The trainer, reconnaissance and ground attack aircraft developed indigenously in Australia from the US-produced Texan was given the name Wirraway and proved very worthy military machine. Wirraways were also flown for advanced training and in combat areas they flew recon, ground attack and target spotting and marking missions. They were produced in several batches differing mainly in equipment and a few minor details.
The model come on two styrene sprues joined by a clear one and a decal sheet with markings for two machines. The first option was operated in the north of Australia painted yellow overall with highly visible fuselage number. The other machine is from New Guinea, green overall and with white empennage