Alongside the Javelin I built it’s near-contemporary the Swift. Ordered in the 1950s as ‘insurance’ against the Hawker Hunter failing (yes, that is a comical thought, but only with the benefit of hindsight), the Swift turned out to be a rather lacklustre fighter. For much of it’s RAF service it was used in the reconnaissance role. This is quite a new (2014 or thereabouts I think) kit but happily the parts count wasn’t terrifying. Being a newish tooling it went together well.