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Fast and Furious

Hawker Sea Fury in Scale
The High Planes kit is inished as an 802 machine in immediate postwar inish

The Hawker Fury was the last of Hawker’s great line of piston engine ighters and was conceived as a lightweight Tempest Mk II. It first lew in 1944 and entered service after the war ended, as did the Tempest II. Powered by the Bristol Centaurus engine the Fury was one of the most powerful piston powered fighters to fly. The RAF considered the Fury, but in the end persevered with the heavier Tempest II. It was the Navy that adopted the type and took it to war over Korea in the 1950s.

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