1949 Hawker Sea Fury FB.MK II F-AZXL (S/N 37514) has hit the market.

The machine, which is described as a “great opportunity,” wears the colors of a Sea Fury FB10 of the Royal Australian Navy and is located in France. Pricing is available upon request.

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(Photo: Alan Wilson via Wikimedia Commons)

Hawker Hurricane Mk IIa F-AZXR (S/N P3351) has hit the market.

The machine was reportedly built at the Hawker factory at Brooklands in early 1940 and assigned to No 73 Squadron. It was later modified to a Mk II configuration and transferred to OTU 55 before moving on to Russia under Lend-Lease.

The listing contains scant details, noting that the machine is new to market and located in France. Pricing is available upon request.

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(Photo: Alan Wilson via Wikimedia Commons Additional Information via Flying Legends)

A “superb” example of a Me 109 fuselage assembly jig, which was reportedly used to construct three airworthy examples of the type, has hit the market. The listing states (in part):

Made of steel, aluminum, and wood, this is an AMAZING example! Built in 2017, it was made to EXACT factory specs, and can be used to assemble/build an Me109 Fighter Aircraft Fuselage, from firewall to tail! To-date, this jig has been used to complete a total of THREE airworthy fuselages, for both private and museum projects throughout the world. It was also constructed to be easily disassembled and transported. One of the airworthy fuselages built using this jig is shown in the photos. Please note that the fuselage shown in the auction photos are NOT part of the auction! You are bidding on the assembly jig only… HIGHLY difficult to construct, this jig would be a PERFECT addition to any project needing to assemble their Me109!

The listing also notes that “one complete and airworthy fuselage” built in the jig is also available. The jig is located in Canada and is currently being offered for US $18,999.99, although offers are also being accepted. Click here to check out the complete listing.

This summer, Flyzone released a new Fokker D.VII ultra-micro RTF RC model.

The model is described as “fully factory-assembled with everything you need to fly right in the box,” while offering “flight performance that’s ideal for indoor areas like a gymnasium.”

The offering reportedly boasts lightweight construction; an optimized design with outstanding control using three channels and an installed ultra-micro power system which delivers “a wide speed range and impressive flight times.” It also includes a compact transmitter with glitch-free 2.4GHz technology and a convenient, built-in 1S LiPo flight battery charger.

The Flyzone D.VII wears the livery of Ernst Udet’s famous “Du doch nicht!!” machine and includes transmitter, 1S LiPo battery and (4) AA transmitter batteries.

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A hand-constructed, full-scale Spitfire fuselage reproduction “from engine bay back” has hit the market. The listing states (in part):

Serious boys toy project. Full sized spitfire fuselage; hand made & metal not fibre glass. Top quality.. But took over the makers life so offered as an ongoing project. Got lots of notes & spitfire books on the project to help next person along. Not built to fly. Would make excellent belly land display project & durable outdoors as metal & internal wooden framework.

The project is located in Suffolk, UK and is currently available for bidding. Click here to check out the complete listing.

A 77 x 40″ fabric section touted as original Hawker Hurricane covering material has been spotted for sale. The listing states (in part):

RAF museum and veteran documents. 77” x 40” starboard section. If you collect you know large sections of fabric extremely rare. Very fragile with paint loss. Front lightly treated to prevent additional paint loss. Should be shipped flat. Clear fabric reinforcement tape applied on weak seams on rear. Can be removed if necessary. Copies of all documentation pictured and more will be provided.

The section is located in San Clemente, California and is currently being offered for $7,495, although offers are also being accepted. Click here to check out the complete listing.

A Hunting Jet Provost T3A is available for sale. The listing states:

Ex. RAF Basic Jet Trainer. No longer airworthy but ideal for museum restoration project, gate guardian etc. Includes the Rolls Royce Viper 102 Turbojet engine & both Martin Baker Mk.4 ejection seats. Currently dismantled for road transport. This item is for UK sale only, delivery can be arranged at buyers expense.

The aircraft is located in Ipswich, UK and is currently being offered for £8,995. Click here to check out the complete listing.

Pre-production examples of Tamiya’s upcoming, new tool P-38 F/G Lightning model kit have been spotted for sale.

As previously reported, The kit is currently slated for release on November 20, although 300 “preview kits” in sample, pre-production boxes were raffled off at the recent IPMS USA event in Tennessee.

The offering is described as “the best fitting and most accurate P-38 Lightning F/G model assembly kit to date.” It is touted as accurately depicting early P-38 features such as slimline engine cowlings, intercoolers in leading edges and the curved canopy front. Additional features include a detailed cockpit with wheel-type controls, radio, throttle box and more; parts to recreate two each of 150- and 300-gallon drop tanks and weights to ensure correct balance of the model when displayed. Two livery options are also included representing “White 147,” a P-38G which took part in the interception of Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto in April 1943, and P-38F “White 33.

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A BAE Hawk fuselage project which reportedly includes parts from XX286 and Red Arrow XX304 has hit the market. The listing states (in part):

Here we have a unique opportunity to own your own Hawk project. Basically on offer: 1 main fuselage on 4 wheel stand. 2 new front Cockpit cone 3. Boxed complete front windscreen assembly and glass + spare glass. 4. Cockpit canopy. 5. Panel 6 . 3 Red Arrow top panels from XX 304, crashed and pilot ejected in 1988. 7. Ram 8 . Assorted cockpit parts. Possibility to be delivered in uk. Non of the parts are sold as airworthy. In dry store.

The project is located in Shrewsbury, Shropshire UK and is currently being offered for £8,999, although offers are also being accepted. Click here to check out the complete listing.

Eduard released its new tool, limited edition “Chattanooga Choo Choo” P-51D model kit.

As previously reported, the offering (11134) is described as the first item based on the new 1/48 P-51D Mustang kit and is focused on the D-5 production block with additionally mounted dorsal fin fillet assembly. It includes decals by Cartograf for six markings of 8th and 15th USAAF Mustangs.

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