The Sea Vixen was the aircraft of British naval aviators for 20 years and the first in the world to have its Arrow wings were foldable for use on aircraft carriers. In 1964, the Fleet Air Arm introduced FAW 2, a much-improved version of the Sea Vixen equipped with modern air-to-air missiles. equipped with modern air-to-air missiles.
Highly detailed kit
Cockpit with many details
Extensive external loads
2021 40th anniversary of first flight
Authentic representation of the following versions:
DeHavilland Sea Vixen FAW2, 890NAS, RNAS Yeovilton, England, July 1971
DeHavilland Sea Vixen FAW2, 899NAS, HMS Eagle, November 1970
Scope of delivery:
Plastic model kit (not assembled), Illustrated multilingual assembly instructions, Decals.