As far as classic British jet aircraft are concerned, few would argue that the beautiful Hawker hunter should be placed at the head of this Group, entering RAF service in 1954 and still providing training support Almost 40 years later. The definitive interceptor version of the Hunter was the mk.6 and by the end of 1958, All of the raft day fighter squadrons in Britain and Germany were equipped with these aircraft
- Being a slightly larger scale, 1: 48 allows Modelers to add those intricate details that is absent from smaller scales.
- Skill level: 2 Dimensions of completed kit: length 291mm x width 214mm Number of parts: 116
- Scheme 1: Hawker Hunter F6, no 63 Squadron, RAF water beach, England September 1958 (commander’s aircraft specially marked for 1958 battle of Britain display) scheme 2: Hawker Hunter F6, flying training School, RAF valley, Anglesey, Wales September 1968
- Painting required: yes, paints need to be purchased separately.
- Humbrol paints needed are listed on the outside of the box.