de Havilland DH82 Tiger Moth floatplane and Royal Navy trainer
The Tiger Moth was a 1930's designed primary trainer and it's long service record is a testament to its effectiveness and the esteem with which it was held. Ultimately replaced by the Chipmunk in the 50's, it was put to diverse uses including maritime surveillance. Sold to many military services around the world, the Tiger Moth is still widely used privately. These are collectors aircraft and beautifully detailed down to the bracing wires.
XL717 currently resides in the Fleet Air Arm Museum at Yeovilton.