Knights of the Air.
This is another lovely, heavy-metal model, one that uses less
plastic than the more recent Corgi offerings. Other than a scuff
on the right side of the cowling and a few lose wires in the rigging,
the model is exceptionally well done, and is very collectable.
Looking at both models as airplanes, you can see why WWI pilots
thought of their mounts as "kites".
The Camel's build quality is superior to Hobby Master's Spitfire,
with no blows in the seams, good fitting tires, no chips in the
paint, and no glue overflows.