Metal bladed Rotol propellers had a distinctive look and gave a useful performance advantage to the Spitfire. First used in relatively small numbers on the Mk I Spitfire they were the major propeller type used on the Mk II. This sheet provides you with a varied mixture of camouflage styles and units operating these types of Spitfires. The choices included are: Two different Spitfire Mk Is from 54 Sqn in March 1940. A presentation Spitfire Mk II 'Armagh' from 19 Sqn, June 1941. This aircraft was paid for with donations raised by the Belfast Telegraph. Two versions of Bill Dunn's 'XR-D' Spitfire MK II from the beginning and end of August 1941. The first in brown/green camouflage, the second in grey/green in which he became an ace. Also included - as a bonus - is the cockpit door presentation marking for a Spitfire Mk II of the 65 (East India) Squadron. These very high quality decals are printed for us by Fantasy Printshop and come with full colour painting and placement instructions. 3D-Kits "Where Detail Takes Shape"
This product was added to our catalog on Friday 12 August, 2011.