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Spitfire Key-Ring
Quantity:  3.25

The Spitfire is the most famous British fighter aircraft of all time, designed by R.J. Mitchell, and based on his very fast, pre-war seaplane, the S6. The Spitfire MK1 was powered by a 1,030-hp Rolls Royce Merlin engine and had a top speed of 365 mph. It was armed with 8 x .303 Browning machine guns mounted in the wings, which proved very effective against both fighters and bombers.

This highly detailed Spitfire model, measuring 5cm wide, is made from lead-free pewter and is supplied on a quality key-chain.

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