Spad VII - 129

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The description below is taken from the Airfix catalogue this kit was first seen in. There is also extra information underneath the main catalogues description including any changes to the name of this kit in the catalogues.

Airfix Catalogue description:

The diminutive Spad was used by Franch, British and American units in World War I. This model is in the markings of one of the greatest French aces. - Taken from the 5th edition catalogue (1967)

1988 edition catalogue, recorded as a new kit.

1988 edition catalogue, listed as part of the Vintage Aircraft Special Editions range.

1988 edition catalogue, listed as Spad SVII from Spad VII.

1992 edition catalogue, listed as part of the WWI Aircraft of the Aces series.

1993 edition catalogue, listed as Spad S.VII 1917 from Spad SVII.

1994 edition catalogue, listed as Spad S VII 1917 from Spad S.VII 1917.

Airfix Series (first appearance): 1
First Issued: 1967

Box art Artists
Information taken from: Airfix Collectors Club, Artist and Kit list - 6th Ed. Compiled by Jeremy Brook.
Artist on Box Type 3: Roy Cross
Artist on Box Type 6: Ken McDonough
Artist on Box Type 10: Paul Monteagle

This kit appeared in these catalogues:
5th Edition (1967) Ref: 129
6th Edition (1968) Ref: 129
7th Edition (1969) Ref: 129
8th Edition (1970) Ref: 129
9th Edition (1971) Ref: 129
10th Edition (1973) Ref: 01049-8
11th Edition (1974) Ref: 01049-8
12th Edition (1975) Ref: 01049-8
13th Edition (1976) Ref: 01049-8
14th Edition (1977) Ref: 01049-8
15th Edition (1978) Ref: 01049-8
16th Edition (1979) Ref: 01049-8
1988 Edition Ref: 01081
1989 Edition Ref: 01081
1990 Edition Ref: 01081
1992 Edition Ref: 01081
1993 Edition Ref: 01081
1994 Edition Ref: 01081
1995 Edition Ref: 01081
1996 Edition Ref: 01081

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