The Typhoon IB, known as the Tiffy distinguished itself in the Battle of Normandy destroying 137 tanks and opening the way for the liberation of France and Belgium. Nos. 56 and 609 squadrons based at Duxford received their first Typhoons in 1941. In 1942 No. 609 squadron moved to Manston in surpassed Spitfires at intercepting Fw 190s. Typhoons destroyed the first two Me 210s over the British Isles. Maximum speed of 417 MPH at 20,000 feet was obtained in 7.6 minutes. Its true element was with eight rockets and four 20mm cannon.
Hawker Mk IB Typhoon
The Series 900 are sleek rubber powered models for indoor or outdoor flying. Built light, they are great flyers with ample wing areas and effective rubber motor/propeller combinations. Kits contain top quality balsa, plastic nose cowls, canopies and insignia. For ages 10 and up.
Balsa wood kit.
Scale 1/28, WingSpan 18"