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1/32 Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IXc

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TAM60319
1/32 Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IXc
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FEATURES
  • Two types of stabilizers (straight, horn)
  • Two types of rudder (round, pointed)
  • Two types of wing bulge (twin/single cannon)
  • Two types of wingtips (round, clipped)
  • Two types of cowlings (early / late model)
  • Two types of exhausts (early / late model)
  • Two types of filters (early / late model)
  • Two types of fuel tanks (normal, flying stand)

Two decal sheets with markings for three aircraft:
1) Wing Commander J.E. "Johnnie" Johnson, Kenley Wing, RAF
Kenley, July 1943
2) Polish Fighting Team, No. 145 Squadron, Tunisia, 1943
3) GC 1/4 "Dauphine", French Air Force, Nha-Trang, Indochina, 1948

The Supermarine Spitfire is one of the most widely recognized fighters of WWII. Designed by R.J Mitchell, the Spitfire is known for its exploits during the Battle of Britain. Throughout the war, the Spitfire"s engine technology evolved to compete with the newer Axis aircrafts. As a result, there are numerous variants of the Spitfire, which served with distinction in the RAF as well as in the air forces of other countries. The Spitfire Mk. IX was produced as a result of the German Fw190A fighter, which were superior to the earlier production Spitfire Mk. V. The new Spitfire Mk. IX was equipped with a Merlin Series 60/70 engine and two-stage supercharger. This improved the performance of the aircraft and allowed it to match the Fw190A in battle. The production of the Spitfire Mk. IX continued until the end of WWII.

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