The de Havilland Vampire was the second jet fighter to enter RAF service, coming after the Gloster Meteor. Featuring a twin boom fuselage, which was to become a common feature of de Havilland designs, the Vampire proved a capable early jet fighter. The Vampire T.11 trainer was developed from the fighter versions and served the RAF until 1967. It was an excellent trainer and examples continue to fly today both in the UK and further afield.
Paint Scheme - de Havilland Vampire T.11, No.14 Squadron, Royal New Zealand Air Force
Airfix Starter Sets are ideal for beginners. Medium Starter Sets are a little more challenging to build than the Small Starter Set range, with more parts. Each Medium Starter Set includes glue, two brushes and six acrylic paints.
Technical Specification & Detail
|Dimensions||4.6 x 25 x 23|
|Number of Parts||55|
|Dimensions (mm)||L146 x W161|