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AIRFIX

Supermarine Walrus Mk I

Scale: 1/48

Kit No: 09183

Type: Injection Moulded Plastic www.airfix.co.uk

Fresh from Airfix is their new tool 1/48 Supermarine Walrus Mk I.

It is quite befitting that Airfix should produce something as esoteric as the Walrus from that quintessential British company Supermarine. Simply stunning digital artwork adorns the box top, and this will find a home on the workshop wall once the kit is built. Gone from the box is the Union Jack claiming to be made in the UK and this sees a return to the contents being made in India, as printed elsewhere on the box.

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