RESTORATION SCENE: Homecoming ‘Tiffie’

Darren Harbar reports on a low-key but fascinating Typhoon venture

The front canopy frame and cowlings being fashioned in the Jet Age Museum, ready for mating with the fuselage section 

A rather special Hawker Typhoon project is quietly growing at Gloucester’s Jet Age Museum. Examples of this capable fighter and ground attack aircraft were built at the nearby Brockworth factory, so it’s fitting that the type is represented in the area once again. 

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