Spitfire P7350 cufflinks

Win a pair of Spitfire MK IIa P7350 cufflinks

This month, we’re thrilled to be giving away a very special pair of Spitfire cufflinks. The cufflinks are worth over £200 and are made of metal from the BBMF’s own Spitfire MK IIa P7350.

How to enter the ballot

All current members have been automatically entered into this month’s ballot. If you’re not already a member, please join the Club by 1st March 2019.

BBMF Spitfire MK356

BBMF Spitfire Mk LF IXe MK356 is 75 years old

Header image: BBMF Spitfire MK356 in its current desert camouflage scheme. (Photo: Rich Cooper) 

Spitfire MK356 was part of a batch of Mk IX Spitfires built at the Castle Bromwich factory in early 1944. It was fitted with full-span wingtips and a Rolls-Royce Merlin 66 engine with a two-speed, two-stage supercharger optimised for low altitudes, making it a L.F. (Low Flying) Mk IXe. On 4th February 1944 MK356 was delivered to the RAF, being flown from Castle Bromwich to No 9 Maintenance Unit at Cosford, where it was fitted with operational equipment. This remarkable and beautiful Spitfire has, therefore, just passed its 75th birthday.


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