The De Havilland DH.103 Hornet was a piston-engined fighter that entered service at the end of WWII and retired in 1956, during which time over 380 aircraft were built. The Hornet�s main role was both a land and naval based-fighter aircraft, operated by the RAF and the Royal Navy. Our first introduction is a replica of the land-based Hornet F3 but we will be introducing the F20 Sea Hornet a little later on. Decorated in all over silver, the model features yellow banded markings to the wings and rear fuselage. The red, white and blue RAF markings appear as roundels on the side of the fuselage and upper and lower wings and the colours are repeated on the nose cone and on the vertical tail fin. Internal detail includes matt black instrument panel and seats. In addition, this model is presented with both retracted and extended wheel undercarriage
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