Eduard 1/72 Spitfire F Mk.IX ProfiPACK
By Matt Bittner
Now that we have the review of the first release of the outstanding Eduard 1/72 Spitfire Mk.IX out of the way we can continue with re-releases and different boxings. And for this article I will refer you to Jim's First Look and just point out the marking options with this release which are:
- BS392, S/Ldr. Bernard Duperier, CO of No. 340 Squadron, Biggin Hill Airbase, Autumn 1942 (typical Ocean Gray/Dark Green scheme)
- EN315, S/Ldr. Stanislav Skalski, Polish Combat Team, Northern Africa, Spring 1943 (typical desert scheme of Middle Stone and Dark Earth)
- EN133, No. 611 Squadron, Biggin Hill, Early 1943 (typical Ocean Gray/Dark Green scheme)
- EN354, 1st Lt. Leonard V. Helton, 52nd FG, 4th FS, La Sebala Airfield, Tunisia, June 1943 (typical desert scheme of Middle Stone and Dark Earth)
Decals are typical Eduard quality and also includes full stenciling.
So now we have another option from Eduard of their superlative 1/72 Spitfire Mk.IX. If any of these markings strike your fancy, or you're just looking to add the best 1/72 injected Spitfire Mk.IX to your stash, then by all means pick up this kit.
Many thanks are sent to Eduard for sending this to review.