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    “SPRITEFIRE” Mk.VI 02413

    Model:02413
    The proportional model:1:24
    Browse the number:4221

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    Product introduction:
        Based on the Mk V airframe, the HF Mk VI was the first Spitfire specifically intended for high altitude combat, rather than reconnaissance duties. Fitted with a pressurized cockpit and powered by a Merlin 47 of 1415 hp, it had increased span ‘c’ wings of 40 ft. 2 in. Although intended for use in England, No.124 Spdn receiving its first example in February 1941, five were shipped to the Middle East to replace the Special Performance Flight Mk Vs. In the event, the Mk VI’s performance fell short of expectations and only 97 were completed; it did not prove as good as the modified SPF Mk Vs overseas, being unable to reach Ju 86P-2 flights then operating at 50,000 ft. The most serious drawback was the fact that the canopy had to be locked down to allow pressurization and was not intended to be opened in flight, although it could be jettisoned in an emergency. Relegated to second-line and training duties, the majority of Mk VIs had their pointed wingtips replaced by standard tips and armament removed. Length: 9.12m Wing span: 12.24m Max weight: 3,084kg Max speed (at 8535m): 586km/h Service ceiling: 12,190m Range: 764km Armament: 7.7mm gun×4 20mm cannon×2 
    Item No    02413
    Item Name    “SPRITEFIRE” Mk.VI
    Bar Code    n/a
    Scale    1:24
    Item Type    Static Aircraft
    Model Brief    Length: 384.8m Wingspan: 511.2m
    Total Parts    231pcs
    Photo Etched Parts    1pcs
    Film Parts    Instrument part
    Total Sprues    10pcs
    Paint Schemes    Spritefire MkVi BR5/H-NO.124 Sqdn july 1942.Spritefire MkVi AB534.“EAGLE” Sqdn.
    Released Date    
    More Features     Full detail Engine, Workable flaps