Airfix A02058A De Havilland Vampire T.11/J-28C.
First entering RAF service in 1952, the De Havilland Vampire T.11 trainer was the final UK variant of Britains second operational jet fighter and the first advanced jet trainer to adopt a side-by-side seating configuration. Unusually, the forward section of the fuselage was constructed of plywood, adopting manufacturing techniques perfected on the famous wartime Mosquito.
Included are decals for either the XK624 CFS Little Rissington September 1972 variant or the Vampire J-28C Swedish Historic Flight variant.
This model has 55 pieces and, when complete, measures 146mm (length) by 161mm (width) by 37.3mm (height).
Paints and glue are required.