Yup I thought it was the Crusader, does it have a wing that can be tilted upwards from the fuselage as on the real thing? I think the idea was that the plane needed to maintain a high angle of attack when coming in to land on deck but the pilots view was consequently terrible. So my understaning is that the wings when tilted up and back they are at a high angle of attack but the fuselage is not so the pilot can see during approach.
Please accept my apologies Felix, Ronan is right, as usual :giggle
Thanks Ken for the link, I am going to try build one "If i remember how to :giggle " or if I find one of them 1:24 planes over here I might just get that, as the pilot in the spitfire sets if off real nice.
:cheers Ken & sorry about that. so its the Union flag on our Austrailan flag :confused is that how I should be saying it. Just always been taught over here the jack part.
The red Mini with white stripes is a Cooper 'S' but not from the Italian Job
Mr Robinson, you surely know that the Union Flag is made up of the crosses of St George (England), St Andrew (Scotland) & St Patrick (Ireland). Yr Ddraig Coch is not represented in the design, as Wales was conquered by the English in the 13th century, the last true Prince of Wales being killed in battle in 1286.