SPAD X111 C-1

The SPAD XIII was first used in 1917 and was one of the most important fighter aircraft of WW I. Mainly French flying aces gained considerable success. French but also British and American units flew this fighter.

- Structural details on surface
- Pilot figures
- Separate exhaust pipe
- Undercarriage

Decals for one version:
- SPAD XIIIC-1, flown by Capt. William M. Fry, No.23 Squadron, Royal Flying Corps, January 1918

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