Hawker Hurricane Mk.I Papercraft
Hawker Hurricane MK.I is a fighter plane in WW2. This plane designed by Hawker’s Chief Designer Sydney Camm, originally as a private venture, but later under Air Ministry specification F36/34.
The prototype Hurricane first flew on the 6th of November 1935 at Hawker Aircraft Ltd’s Brooklands establishment at Weybridge in Surrey, and retained the overall visual lines of Hawker’s existing Fury and Nimrod biplane fighters.
Requires 5 sheets of paper and comes with assembling instruction.