1/32 Revell Hawker Hurricane Mk. IIb 4968 (NEW TOOL!)

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The model kit Hawker Hurricane Mk IIb in 1:32 scale is a great kit for all model enthusiasts from 13 years. With 118 parts and a length of 305 mm and wingspan of 380 mm, it offers many possibilities for detail design.

The kit is based on a completely new tooling and is one of the most famous versions of the Hawker Hurricane, an aircraft that is often overshadowed by the famous Spitfire, but still played an important role in the “Battle of Britain”.

The armament consists of 12 MG .303 British and the possibility of carrying 2 bombs 113 or 227 and / or 8 rockets. The kit includes a plastic model that is not assembled, illustrated multilingual instructions and decals. A great kit for anyone interested in World War II history and improving their model building skills.

  • Completely new tool
  • One of the most popular versions of the Hawker Hurricane


  • 12 × MG .303 British
  • 2 × bomb 113 or 227 and/or 8 rockets

Plastic model kit (not assembled, Illustrated multilingual assembly instructions, Decals

About the original:
The Hawker Hurricane Mk IIb was a British single-seat fighter used in World War II. It was built by Hawker Aircraft and was a further development of the Hurricane Mk I. The Hurricane Mk IIb was produced from 1941 and was equipped with a Rolls-Royce Merlin engine, which gave it a speed of up to 607 km/h.

The aircraft was equipped with various weapons, including machine guns and cannons. It was mainly used as a fighter, but could also be used as a bomber. The Hurricane Mk IIb was produced in large quantities and was one of the main aircraft used by the Royal Air Force (RAF) during World War II. It also played an important role in the defense of Britain during the Battle of Britain.

In total, more than 14,000 Hurricane Mk IIb were produced. It was also used by other air forces, including the Soviet Union Air Force. After the war, the Hurricane Mk IIb was used by many air forces around the world for some time before being replaced by more modern aircraft.

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