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Supermarine Sea Otter MKI 'WW2 Service' (Ex AZUR) (Special Hobby SH72429)

Supermarine Sea Otter MKI  'WW2 Service'   (Ex AZUR)  SH72429
Supermarine Sea Otter MKI 'WW2 Service' (Ex AZUR) (Special Hobby SH72429)
€ 19.79
EU: incl. tax € 23.95
Category:Aircraft Scale Modelling
Subcategory:Netherlands Military
Scale:1 : 72
Publisher/Brand:Special Hobby
Availability:only 3 remaining

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Product description

Category Aircraft Scale Modelling, Subcategory Netherlands Military, Scale 1 : 72, ISBN/Box SH72429, Publisher/Brand Special Hobby

Supermarine Sea Otter Mk.I 'WWII Service' The Sea Otter amphibian biplane was put into the service with both the RAF and FAA during the war years. The type was a succesor to the well-known and almost iconic Walrus, it was the last Supermarine-made biplane and was also destined to become the very last biplane type to be introduced to the service of both forces. It mainly flew in the reconnaissance and air-sea rescue roles.

After WW2 the Dutch Navy also operated the Sea Otter on ASR duties 
The kit comes on four styrene sprues joined by one made of clear plastic. The kit also offers resin detail parts and photo etches. The decals cater for three FAA machines, one as flown in the Pacific, two seen in Europe

A model of a British amphibian flying boat
Decals for three WW2 British options
Resin and photo etch included 



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