The British Supermarine Spitfire was facing several challenges by mid-1942. The debut of the formidable Focke-Wulf Fw 190 in late 1941 had caused problems for RAF fighter squadrons flying the latest Spitfire Mk Vb.
- Engraved panel lines,
- Detailed cockpit and fuselage area
- Optional open/closed canopy and door
- Semi-elliptical or clipped wingtips
- Separate ailerons
- 2-piece engine cover
- Single piece propeller with separate spinner
- Detailed wheel wells and optional undercarriage
- Wing machine guns
- Centerline drop tank and rockets (x2)
- Decals and color painting guide for (2) aircraft: s/n MH819, No. 310 Squadron, RAF Appledram Air Base, mid-June 1944 and s/n MK984, No. 308 Squadron, B-61 Sint Denijs Western Airfield, Belgium, end 1944 - includes stencil data, instrument panel and seatbelts.