The Hurricane was the RAF's first monoplane fighter, and was the most numerous RAF fighter during the Battle of Britain. In 1940, more than half the German planes shot down were destroyed by Hurricanes. This book tells the story of its development and technical evolution, profusely illustrated with period photographs and detailed colour photographs of surviving airframes, plus extracts from official manuals and 1/48th scale plans of all versions, from the Mk.1 of 1936 to the Mk. IV of 1943. This work includes superb colour artwork illustrates the many camouflage schemes and markings found on operational Hurricanes.
Publisher: Mushroom Model Publications
Number of pages: 164
Weight: 1043 g
Dimensions: 297 x 210 x 15 mm
Edition: 2nd Revised edition
"...an excellent one stop reference... Whether you are just interested in the Hurricane as a reading and research subject or need reference for a kit build, this new book comes as a highly recommended addition to your library"--Model Airplane international, Issue 127
"In all, this makes for one of the most comprehensive looks at the Hurricane as you'll find anywhere. It is a book that enthusiasts and modelers alike need to have in their library and one that I can highly recommend."--Modeling Madness