Hawker Hurricane Mk.1 - 04102-7


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Hawker Hurricane Mk.1
[04102-7]

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The description below is taken from the Airfix catalogue this kit was first seen in. There may also be extra information underneath the main catalogues description.

Airfix Catalogue description:

The eight-gun Hurricane shared with the Spitfire the air defence of Great Britain in 1940. Renowned for its strength and manoevrability, the Hurricane single-seat fighter first saw action against the Luftwaffe in France with the RAF's Advanced Air Striking Force and gained a reputation second to none in the combat role. This 59-part kit, produced from original material, has both optional propellers and markings for two wartime aircraft.


Airfix Series: 4
First Issued: 1979

This kit appeared in these catalogues:
17th Edition (1980) Ref: 04102-7
1982 Edition Ref: 04102-7
1983 Edition Ref: 9 04102
1984 Edition Ref: 9 04102
1987 Edition Ref: 04102
1988 Edition Ref: 04102
1989 Edition Ref: 04102
1990 Edition Ref: 04102
1992 Edition Ref: 04102
1993 Edition Ref: 04102
1994 Edition Ref: 04102
1995 Edition Ref: 04102
1996 Edition Ref: 04102
1997 Edition Ref: 04102
1998 Edition Ref: 04102
1999 Edition Ref: 04102
2000 Edition Ref: 04102
2001 Edition Ref: 04102
2005 Edition Ref: 04102
2006 Edition Ref: 04102
2007 Edition Ref: 04102
2008 Edition Ref: A04102
2009 Edition Ref: A04102
2010 Edition Ref: A04102
2011 Edition Ref: A04102
2012 Edition Ref: A04102
2013 Edition Ref: A04102
2014 Edition Ref: A04102



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