OXFORD 72TM006 DH Tiger Moth Classic Wings
With a bright yellow colour scheme and black lettering and RAF roundels, our latest model of the DH Tiger Moth DH82 with identity number DF112, is a replica of the aircraft owned by the company Classic Wings, who run pleasure flights out of the IWM, Duxford. The Tiger Moth was designed by Geoffrey De Havilland, launched in 1931 and produced until 1944, yet it lasted in service well into the 1950s, being of particular use as an RAF training aircraft. Added detail includes brown wood effect wing struts, a sage green interior, black propeller blades, wheel hubs, cockpit trim, exhaust pipes, tailskid and tyres, and silver wheel rims and propeller spinner. The lower wing walkways are also finished in black.