The Hawker Fury was an evolutionary successor to the successful Hawker Typhoon and Tempest fighters and fighter-bombers of World War II. The Fury was designed in 1942 by Sydney Camm, the famous Hawker designer, to meet the Royal Air Force’s requirement for a lightweight Tempest Mk.II replacement. Developed as the "Tempest Light Fighter", the semi-elliptical wing of the Tempest was incorporated, shortened in span, at the root, by one frame bay on each side. The fuselage itself was similar to the Tempest, but fully monocoque with a higher cockpit for better visibility.
Full composite kit - split wings - horizontal stabs removable - canopy has a composite frame - formers - fiberglass/herex sandwhich fuselage - composite motor dome