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Description: To make things easier we are now allowing lay-a-way on your modeling purchases. A 25% deposit will be due to start. Then every 30 days an additional 25% will be due. Products will not be shipped until lay-a-way is paid in full. If you start a lay-a-way and don't pay it off in the time due, you loose your deposits.
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Designed by Oliver Sutton in 1917, this was the "Jack-of-all-trades" harness used on all British-made / RAF aircraft from 1918 until the beginning of WW2 (and even after). Suitable for all interwar British aircraft, especially biplanes. These harnesses saw action at the end of WW1 - if you come across a mention of a "Sutton Harness" used on a WW1 aircraft, this was it. For example, this type of seat harness was used on the RAF SE5a, Sopwith Camel and Sopwith Pup at the end of the war. These are suitable for the new British Wingnut Wings kits when built as late-war and interwar British biplanes. This type of seat harness is still in use today on the Tiger Moth and is still in production.<br> Regarded as extremely efficient yet simple, this type of seat harness was sold under license all over the world. <br> This type of seat harness also widely used on Soviet aircraft of WW2 such as MiG-3, Yak-1, Yak-7, Yak-9 and Yak-3 as well as many others. This was also used on a variety of Polish aircraft such as PZL P-11 and PZL 23 Karas.
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