The de Havilland Vampire was the second jet fighter to enter RAF service, coming after the Gloster Meteor.Â¶Ã´Ç¨ Featuring a twin boom fuselage, which was to become a common feature of de Havilland designs, the Vampire proved a capable early jet fighter.Â¶Ã´Ç¨ The Vampire T.11 trainer was developed from the fighter versions and served the RAF until 1967.Â¶Ã´Ç¨ 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.Â¶Ã´Ç¨ Medium Starter Sets are a little more challenging to build than the Small Starter Set range, with more parts.Â¶Ã´Ç¨ 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|