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Frantisek’s Hurricane – Gallery – Wojciech Sokołowski

Wojciech Sokołowski from Koszalin’s Modelling Platoon (Koszaliński Pluton Modelarski) has built Hurricane Mk I Expert Set model kit in the Josef Frantisek colours. Built “out of the box kit” with exception of Yahu control panel was painted with camouflage masks cut from template available on our website. See and comment photos of the kit.
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Desert Hurricane Mk I – Gallery – Thibault Choquart

It is second one Hurricane Mk I  built by Thibault Choquart. This one with spectacular French roundes and Lorraine cross insignia. r Model Expert Set was built out of the box with use kit photoetched parts for superdetailing. See photos of built model and read comments on kit built and painting.!
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Hurricane SD-A – Gallery – Willem Dierijck

Diorama Hurricane SD-A
Photos of the first diorama with Hurricane have been posted in our gallery. Willem Dierijck from the Netherlands has built model from  Expert set and placed it on the diorama of Battle of Britain dispersal. Aeroplane is accompanied by vehivles and personnel figurines from various manufacturer. See photos and read notes on assembly and kits used!
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Hurricane P3731/J in defence of Malta

Colour Profile Hurricane P3731/J
Air defence of Malta during the Second World War is popularised by a story of the Sea Gladiator biplanes nicknamed Faith, Hope and Charity. Their fight against odds with Italian bombers in June and July 1940 is one of the most famous episodes of the war. Malta a small island named “Unsinkable Aircraft Carrier” by Sir Winston Churchill was a vital strongpoint to break Axis supplies routes to Africa. It was also the place of...
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Hurricane Mk.I Trop V7476 – the Only One on Australian Soil

kolorowy profil Hurricane Nk I trop V7476 w malowaniu RAAF
Although Royal Australian Air Force used Hawker Hurricane fighters during the Second World War only one aircraft of this type was delivered to Australia. It was Hawker Hurricane Mk.I Trop/V7476 and was shipped there in 1941, when this version was found obsolete and Hawker Hurricane Mk.II with Rolls Royce XX engine was replacing its older brother.
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