Spitfire Mk-II

This is the 1/48 scale Spitfire Mk-11 plastic model airplane kit by Revell.

Revell-Monogram Spitfire Mk-II Plastic Model Airplane Kit 1/48 Scale #855239
 Revell-Monogram # rmx855239
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Revell-Monogram Item # rmx855239
Specifications :
  • Scale: 1/48
  • Pieces: 34
  • Wingspan: 8 7/8"
  • Length: 7 1/2"
  • Revell-Monogram Product Number: 855239
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"nice kit"
So I’m a beginner and so far this kit has been really easy to build. The downside for me is that it doesn’t have many decals, second is that there is a copy right symbol on the bottom of the plane, and third is that when putting the plane body to the wings it’s a bit difficult to get it right had to sand some plastic to get it to fit. Everything is really minor and can be fixed easily. Overall this is a great kit!

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  • Detailed cockpit.
  • Canopy can be open or closed.
  • Detailed landing gear.
  • Detailed armorment.
  • Waterslide decals for 2 versions.


  • Scale: 1/48
  • Pieces: 34
  • Wingspan: 8 7/8"
  • Length: 7 1/2"
  • Revell-Monogram Product Number: 855239

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"VERY basic, antique kit"
Originally produced in 1962, this kit shows its age, and not too well. It is accurate in outline and the fit is adequate, but the kit suffers from lack of the detail for which Monogram became an industry leader twenty years later, and is representative of a time when models were more toys than miniatures of the real thing. A quick, simple build appropriate for a first model kit, but there are other kits that better represent the famous hero of the Battle of Britain, if at a slightly higher price.

This is a no frills kit if there ever were one. There is no cockpit, no pilot, and the canopy is made up of an uneccessarily tiny three pieces (it should have been two small pieces or one simple piece. In fact, I bought two of these spitfires and for the second one, i used two extra clear canopy pieces from another set). The model contains no weaponary/drop tanks for the undercarriage, nor does it have any guns protruding from the front of the wings. Finally, the decal set does NOT match up with the instructions on the back page of the directions! The letter markings for the plane that appear on the decal set ARE NOT the same letters that appear on the diagram on the instructions. Nor do the numbers next to the decals correspond with the numbers on the instructions. This is a very simplistic, and is the poorest kit that I've purchased and put together so far.

"Another Fine Revell Kit"
My only British entry into my WWII collection as yet, although I have my eye on the pricey Avro Lancaster bomber. I have seen the Spitfire in action and it is a wonder to see. Every chance I get to see actual birds flying I take it. It will make you want to model all the more. I think Revell models are fine representations of these WWII aircraft if you do not want to spend a lot of time on detail, like cockpits. If the actual lines of the bird is what you want then these kits are for you. Most builds go together beautifully and this was one of those.


  • #1: Ser. No. P7966, D o B, Wg. Cmdr. Douglas Bader, November 1940
  • #2: Ser. No. P8088, NK o K, PO ASC Lumsden, No 118(F) Squadron, 1941

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