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Supermarine Spitfire LF Mk.XVI by TeddyMix (Eduard 1:48)

Supermarine Spitfire LF Mk.XVI by TeddyMix (Eduard 1:48)

2seat Spitfire MK.IX

Elite Force MH-60 Black Hawk Helicopter (1/18 Scale)

Rear view of a rather beaten-up Spitfire seat. Shows connection point for Sutton harness

Rear view of a rather beaten-up Spitfire seat. Shows connection point for Sutton harness

Supermarine Spitfire Blueprints one of the amazing airplanes of the Second World War.

Supermarine Spitfire Blueprints

The beautiful Supermarine Spitfire blueprints you see here are made using the old fashioned method - ammonia activated paper on a traditional Diazit blueprint machine.

The Birmingham Mail reports: In an exclusive interview with the Mail, the 62-year-old farmer, who is now back in the UK, revealed plans to return to the Far East and start digging again for the iconic aircraft. Hopes of finding a haul of Castle Bromwich-built Spitfires buried in Burma have …

Spitfire hunter planning dig on Far East return

The Birmingham Mail reports: In an exclusive interview with the Mail, the 62-year-old farmer, who is now back in the UK, revealed plans to return to the Far East and start digging again for the iconic aircraft. Hopes of finding a haul of Castle Bromwich-built Spitfires buried in Burma have …

spitfire cockpit - Google Search

Barracuda Studios has released two sets of aftermarket replacement cockpits for the Spitfire in scale.

From top to bottom: (1) short Spitfire Mk. V cowling which was the starting point for the Mk. IX. (2) Initial Mk. IX cowling produced by Rolls-Royce through straightforward extension of the Mk. V nose. (3) Early production Mk. IX cowling. (4) Enlarged late production Mk. XVI and Mk. IX cowling.

From top to bottom: (1) short Spitfire Mk. V cowling which was the starting point for the Mk. IX. (2) Initial Mk. IX cowling produced by Rolls-Royce through straightforward extension of the Mk. V nose. (3) Early production Mk. IX cowling. (4) Enlarged late production Mk. XVI and Mk. IX cowling.

Anatomy of the Spitfire Cockpit

The throttle lever and quadrant seen from above. The little black lever visible in this view was the friction handle to adjust how easily the throttle and pitch levers moved.

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