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EDUARD Profipack for 1/72 Spitfire Mk.IXc late version (70121)

SKU : EDK70121

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Spitfire Mk.IXc late version Profipack Edition By Eduard


This is the first release in this scale of an Eduard tooled Spitfire kit and includes a multitude of parts for optional versions of the aircraft, many of which are not used in this release.

These include alternate control panels (one with moulded detail plus one blank panel for decal or photo etch placement); three, four and five spoke wheel hubs; different sized tyres; standard or fluted exhausts; different structural frames for the pilot’s seat; standard and broad chord rudders; alternate tailplanes; main undercarriage doors, tall or short tailwheels; three different cockpit access doors; standard or extended wingtips; and a choice of canopy transparencies.

Photo etch is used extensively in the cockpit which includes the seating, control column, instrumentation, oxygen bottles, gunsight, and rudder pedals.

It is also used for the radiator and carburettor intakes as well as for the nicely detailed undercarriage assemblies.

External stores include underwing 250lb bombs whilst provision is made for either centreline slipper fuel tanks or a conventional rack mounted tank.

The transparencies are thin and clear, and can be portrayed in closed or open positions.


The well printed sheets include extensive stencilling and provide six markings options –

  1. Spitfire LF Mk.IXc, MJ586, flown by Pierre Clostermann, No. 602 Squadron, Longues sur Mer airfield, July 7 1944.

  2. Spitfire HF Mk.IXc, ML296, flown by F/Lt Otto Smik, No. 312 Squadron, North Weald RAF Air Base, Late August 1944.

  3. Spitfire LF Mk.IXc, MH712, flown by W/O Henryk Dygala, No. 302 Squadron, Summer/Autumn 1944.

  4. Spitfire LF Mk.IXC, MJ250, No. 601 Squadron, Italy, Summer 1944.

  5. Spitfire LF Mk.IXc, ML135, flown by Jerry Billing, No. 401 Squadron, Tangmere RAF Air Base, June 7 1944.

  6. Spitfire LF Mk.IXc, ML135, flown by Jerry Billing, No. 401 Squadron, France, July 1 1944.


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