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KK Spitfire. 18 inch span flying scale rubber model WWII fighter.
Update 30/11/11: this plan now includes printwood scan.
Update 17/01/2019: Added scan of paint scheme (printed on reverse of kit plan), thanks to NicholasTucker.
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by Albert E Hatfull
from Keil Kraft
Tags: Scale Rubber F/F LowWing Military Fighter
all formers complete :)
Found online 08/07/2011 at:
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User commentsHi Mary/Steve, box art photo for use on the Outerzone [see more pics 003]. Regards.
Anon - 08/03/2016
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