Chris U Did I say last Spitfire! Famous last words. Saw this on ebay and espcecially due to the fact that the Nightfighter Spit has my brothers initials on it and I'm a bit of a Spitfire fan (see stash) this one was a must have!
24. June 2015 at 18:13:48
D. Ninetalis Lucky Bastard! I'd love to have this kit but I'm not part of the Airfix club... I'd really love to build that Night fighter Spitfire man...
1. October 2015 at 03:38:43
Chris U Keep your eyes on ebay Ninetails, I'm not part of the Airfix club either! I got it from said online shop. Wasn't too bad a price I don't think (though I can't remember exactly!!). There's always someone out there who wants to cash in
1. October 2015 at 11:04:36
D. Ninetalis I don't really buy from eBay so that might be troublesome for me. My local seller got hold of those Isreali/egyptian Spitfires and Japanese/British Bf109's once, so I hope he'll get his hands on these too I'd love to build that all black Spitfire and if it one of those new tool Spitfires in there like their PR.XIX kit, it's gonna be a blast to build man!
1. October 2015 at 16:44:32
Chris U Yeh, that's the one with my brother's initials on - JU - and even the H fits in with the second part of the surname! Though the Spitfires like their Bf109 counterparts were not a success at nightfighting that was down mostly to the technology at that point in WWII as well as both aircraft were not the most stable fighters on take off even during the day let alone at night! But yeh, what a great look. Hope you get your hands on one
1. October 2015 at 21:20:00
D. Ninetalis I just noticed that Eduard released a new Spitfire kit today (with a bubble canopy) and it has a night fighter in there. It's not as cool as this one but still...
1. October 2015 at 22:43:07
Chris U I think that is one of the kits that come in their recent Spitfire Mk.XVI Dual Combo release. Don't know whether a Nightfighter is one of the options in that kit though.
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