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KK Vampire

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24" (609mm)

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The de Havilland Vampire 100 was an early twin-boomed jet that entered service with the RAF in 1946 just after WWII.

The Vampire was retired in 1966 after serving as a popular replacement for piston-engined fighter aircraft and was particularly noted fr being the first jet-engined aircraft to cross the Atlantic.

The original KK kit was designed for use with Jetex motors (sadly no longer available).

This is a laser cut replica kit with a copy of the original plan and incomplete instructions.

Suitable for experienced and expert modellers only!


Plotted plan
6 sheets of laser cut balsa wood parts
Balsa strip wood and sheet
20swg piano wire
Generic jet vacuum-formed canopy
Tissue covering

1 Review

  • Was good

    Posted by Yeet on 22nd Oct 2019

    veri nice, would do again but with a edf fan to make it rc :)

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