Our glass fibre replicas
are produced from mould-tools that were taken from real
aircraft, this ensures
that all dimensions and
detail are correct. The aircraft are made with an internal
steel support system, the main wings, blade assembly and
undercarriage are detachable for ease of transportation and
the replicas are easily assembled on site by our trained
personnel if required. All replicas are suitable for display
using any one of the following three methods:
We will fit certificated suspension
eyes as requested. This method is very popular in museums, freeing up valuable
The design and installation of the pole is the customers responsibility, however
we will work with the customer to incorporate the necessary fixing points into
In this version the replicas come
complete with glass fibre undercarriage legs and wheels, it is possible to move
the replicas short distances on soft surfaces. Also it is possible for us to
source and fit real wheels and legs at additional costs.
All replicas are complete with a quality paint finish to customerís own choice
of scheme and markings but the VI replica is also fully sign-written. If the replicas are to be
displayed outdoors, we will fit the appropriate restraining eyes, but the
customer will be responsible for the construction of anchorage points. The
weights of the replica aircraft are approximately 850kgs.
With the VI weighing 300kg.
As we only build to order it is recommended that you contact us early with your
requirements to be included in our schedule.
SpitfireSpares.com can also offer up grades to these static aircraft in the form of
full detail cockpits.
years we have developed one of these static aircraft with a complete cockpit and
Merlin/Meteor V12 . You may have seen this aircraft in the film Film Pear Harbour
serial nos RF-M.
Spitfire Spares Mk IX Spitfire replica here
A replica at Trenton Canada
The SpitfireSpares.com replica on the set of Pearl Harbour
A replica under construction
A replica hanging in the Royal Army Museum (Brussels)
Mk 1 or Mk 11 supplied to the Battle of Britain Flight