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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"A step up"
daniel.schlett (2408 NW 52nd St Lawton, Ok 73505)
As stated in the other reviews this a very simple kit to build, but I feel a couple of things should be pointed out. First this would be a great step up from a snap tight and such for any young person getting into model building. And for the older person like myself it gives me the opportunity to learn some techniques I see other builders doing on you tube and such. With that said I think this is a good kit for anyone.

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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.

"Decent First Kit"
rja12 (Viera, Florida)
This was my first kit after a 20 + year absence from the hobby. The kit is basic with raised panel lines. My expectations were low, not because of the kit but because I had very little confidence in my building skills. The instructions are simple and the kit went together well. there was some flash and sink marks I had to take care of. the wing-body join seem required a lot off putty. After priming, I used Testors MM paints. This kit was also the first time I had ever used an airbrush. I did the camouflage free-hand. For my first model in years, I was very pleased with the results. The decals were in register but required Solvaset to get them to settle down over the panel lines. Overall, a decent beginners kit.

"No Frills"
This is a simple model, with very little challenge, no guns, bombs, drop tanks or pilot. It was enjoyable but went together far too quickly, I had it finished in no time. The decals in my set did not match the ones listed in the manual so I had to go by eye, which wasn't difficult as there was very little in the way of decals to start with, most sets have Prop blade stickers, undercarriage decals and smaller decals like no step etc to add that extra level of detail, which this set does not have, overall value for money should be sought in another product.


  • #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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