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#HA8601 - RAF Hawker Hurricane Mk. I Fighter - Sgt. J. Frantisek, 303 (Polish) Squadron, RAF Northolt, England, September 1940 (1:48 Scale)

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RAF Hawker Hurricane Mk. I Fighter - Sgt. J. Frantisek, 303 (Polish) Squadron, RAF Northolt, England, September 1940
RAF Hawker Hurricane Mk. I Fighter - Sgt. J. Frantisek, 303 (Polish) Squadron, RAF Northolt, England, September 1940 (1:48 Scale)
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The Hawker Hurricane was the first monoplane to join the Royal Air Force as a fighter aircraft, capable of reaching speeds in excess of 300-mph in level flight. Often compared with the sleek-looking Supermarine Spitfire, the Hurricane, in actuality, shouldered the brunt of the fighting during the "Battle of Britain", equipping more than three-fifths of the RAF's Fighter Command squadrons.
RAF Hawker Hurricane Mk. I Fighter - Flying Officer W.L. McKnight, 242 (Canadian) Squadron, RAF Coltishall, England, December 1940
RAF Hawker Hurricane Mk. I Fighter - Flying Officer W. L. McKnight, 242 (Canadian) Squadron, RAF Coltishall, England, December 1940 (1:48 Scale)
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List Price: $84.99
Our Price: $79.99 Pre-order! Ship Date: April 2015
You save $5.00!
You'll earn: 80 points

The Hawker Hurricane was the first monoplane to join the Royal Air Force as a fighter aircraft, capable of reaching speeds in excess of 300-mph in level flight. Often compared with the sleek-looking Supermarine Spitfire, the Hurricane, in actuality, shouldered the brunt of the fighting during the "Battle of Britain", equipping more than three-fifths of the RAF's Fighter Command squadrons.
   
 
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