Brought together here are two of the outstanding fighters of World War II, the immortal British Spitfire and the Me 110D, most successful of the sub-types of this twin-engined fighter. Both of these aircraft were continually developed throughout the war years and were among the few types in action when the war broke out and still operational in 1945. - Taken from the 5th edition catalogue (1967)
7th edition catalogue (1969), listed as Messerschmitt Me.110 - SpitfireIX from Messerschmitt Me.110 & Spitfire IX.
8th edition catalogue (1970), listed as Messerschmitt Me.110 & SpitfireIX from Messerschmitt Me.110 - SpitfireIX.
10th edition catalogue (1973), listed as Messerschmitt Me 110 & Spitfire IX from Messerschmitt Me.110 & SpitfireIX.
1999 edition catalogue, listed as Spitfire MkIX & Messerschmitt Bf110C/D Dogfight Double from Messerschmitt Me 110 & Spitfire IX.