iniBuilds’ Bf 108 Taifun review

The forerunner of the legendary Messerschmitt Bf 109

If anyone mentions the Typhoon, I think of the World War Two aircraft built by British company Hawker, which, after a ‘stalled’ beginning, became one of the most successful ground-attack aircraft of the war. The name Typhoon might also conjure up memories of the modern RAF Typhoon FGR4 which I saw beating up the beach at last year’s Bournemouth Air Show in the UK. 

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