The Hawker Hurricane was the RAF’s most vital fighter in the early years of WWII. These tough, partly fabric covered monoplane fighters put in a valiant defence against the numerically superior Luftwaffe during the Blitzkrieg. Although slower than the Messerschmitt Bf109, and with a less destructive armament, the Hurricane was able to turn tighter, and absorb considerable punishment.
|Number of Parts||127|
|Dimensions (mm)||L204 x W253|