Airfix's Little Trainer: 1/72 Jet Provost T.4 FULL BUILD


Young modeller Ethan Williams builds the 2019 release of Airfix’s 1/72 Jet Provost with a lovely kit-supplied camouflage scheme.

Airfix 1/72 Hunting Percival Jet Provost T.4

Hunting Percival’s Jet Provost was a training aircraft used primarily by the Royal Air Force from 1955-93. It was developed from the piston-engined Percival Provost tail-dragger type, and was produced by Hunting Percival for two years until the company merged with many others to form the British Aircraft Corporation (BAC). This new firm continued building ‘JPs’ for a further seven years until ceasing production of the jet trainer in 1967.

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