Spitfire MK IX cLdr. Stanislav Skalsk, Royal Air Force, Polish Combat Team, North Africa, 1943 (1:72 Scale)
Introducing the highly-detailed diecast model of the Spitfire MK IXc Ldr. Stanislav Skalsk, a single-seat fighter aircraft used by the Royal Air Force's Polish Combat Team during World War II. This 1/72 scale replica measures approximately 5.25 inches in length, 6.75 inches in wingspan, and 2 inches in height, making it perfect for collectors and aviation enthusiasts alike. It features a range of realistic details and markings that capture the essence of this iconic fighter aircraft. The Spitfire was one of the most famous British fighter aircraft of World War II and played a pivotal role in the Battle of Britain. The Spitfire MK IXc was an upgraded version of the original Spitfire design, with improved performance and armament. Ldr. Stanislav Skalsk was a Polish fighter pilot who flew with the Royal Air Force's Polish Combat Team during the North African campaign in 1943. This diecast model captures the distinctive look of the Spitfire MK IXc Ldr. Stanislav Skalsk, with a highly-detailed design that includes a range of features. The model is made from high-quality materials and features a sturdy metal construction that ensures durability and longevity. Whether you're a collector, aviation enthusiast, or simply looking for a unique gift, this diecast model of the Spitfire MK IXc Ldr. Stanislav Skalsk, Royal Air Force, Polish Combat Team, North Africa, 1943 is sure to impress. Order yours today and add it to your collection!
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