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RAF017 Spitfire II LE250 by King and Country (RETIRED)

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RAF017Spitfire, P7308, 71 Squadron

On 27 August 1941, Pilot Officer Bill Dunn shot down two Bf.109’s to add to his existing rally of three to become 71 Squadron’s first ace. Both Dunn and his aircraft were badly shot up in the process.

The squadron’s “Eagle” emblem adorned the nose of his Spitfire beneath the exhaust stubs on the port side only.

Bill Dunn later transferred to the USAF and scored 3 more victims after D.Day. He died in 1995.

Special Note: Just 250 of this special “American Eagle” Spitfire have been produced.

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Release Date:
February 2011
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