Decal sheet covering eight South African Spitfires (3x Spitfire Mk. Vc, 3x Mk. VIII and 2x Mk. IX).
Spitfire Mk. Vc, DB-R, JK 815, No 2 Squadron SAAF, Gioia del Colle, Italy, October 1943. Note the No 7 Wing crest on the fin and red marking on the horizontal tail surfaces.
Spitfire Mk. Vc, WR-O, JK 792, No 40 Squadron SAAF, Italy, 1944.
Spitfire Mk. Vc, KJ-Z, No 4 Squadron SAAF, Sicily, August 1943. Aircraft camouflaged in the scheme of PRU Blue topsides and Light Mediterranean Blue undersides. Type B roundels on the fuselage and below the wings.
Spitfire Mk. VIII, AX-A, JF 406, „Dil-Emma”, No 1 Squadron SAAF, Italy 1944
Spitfire Mk. VIII, AX-F, JF 421, No 1 Squadron SAAF, Italy 1944
Spitfire Mk. VIII, AX-B, JF 322, „Billy Boy II”, No 1 Squadron SAAF, Trigno AB, Italy, March 1944
According to some references this aircraft was camouflaged in the „desert” colours Mid Stone/Dark Earth over Azure Blue.
Spitfire LF Mk. IXe, AX-A, 5502, No 1 Squadron SAAF, Stanford Hill, Durban, 1945.
Aircraft camouflaged in the scheme of Dark Earth over Sky Type S. dark Green field on the nose.
Spitfire LF Mk. IX, WR-RR, PT 672, No 40 Squadron SAAF, Forli, Italy, December 1944. Flown by Lt. Col. R. H. Rogers