RAM Walkarounds BAC Jet Provost T5A XW433

In the early 1950s the RAF issued a requirement for a new dedicated jet training aircraft. Hunting Percival used their successful Alvis Leonides, radial-engined Piston Provost as a starting point. Utilising a Armstrong Siddeley Viper jet engine, ejection seats and a number of airframe revisions including a retractable tricycle undercarriage. The Jet Provost was born. The RAF retired the Jet Provost from the flying training role in 1993 after a career spanning more than 35 years. Today many examples of the Jet Provost remain airworthy around the world having found a new lease of life in private hands. RAM Models has photographed the T5A variant in great detail. Numbering 375 high quality images this product will allow modellers to make their next scale project as accurate as possible.

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