70020 Hurricane Mk I - 303 Squadron PAF - Model Kit!
- Manufacturer: Arma Hobby
- Type: Aeroplane model kit
- Medium: plastic
- Scale: 1/72
Hurricane Mk I model kit with markings of the 303 Squadron RAF - the most successful unit of Battle of Britain
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303 Polish Squadron RAF - Hawker Hurricane Mk I model kit
- Plastic parts
- Techmod decals - 2 markings options
Masks – template for making them yourself from masking tape
Hurricane Mk I P3901/RF-E, 303 Squadron Polish Air Force, Northolt, September-December 1940. The aeroplane was flown among others by P/O Jan „Donald” Zumbach i F/O Witold „Cobra” Urbanowicz. W. Urbanowicz shot down 9 of his Battle of Britain victories including four kills a day claimed twice when flying this Hurricane.
On this aeroplane (or V6757/RF-E) J. Zumbach’s famous personal insignia, "Donald Duck”, was painted for the first time in late 1940.
Hurricane Mk I V6605/YO-N, 1 Squadron RCAF, Northolt, September 1940. Aeroplane from a Canadian squadron borrowed to 303 Squadron. F/O Zdzisław Henenberg has claimed Me-109 probably destroyed on 7th September 1940.