As its name suggests, the Fairey Swordfish MK1 chased its prey in the oceans, not the skies.
The Swordfish was a British torpedo bomber, and by the time World War II broke out most people dismissed the plane as obsolete. Like an aging boxer, though, the Swordfish went out swinging and won over many of its critics. In 1941, it earned fame for sinking the notorious Bismarck battleship off the coast of France.
This model of the Swordfish is diecast in metal to a 1/72 scale. Buy one and turn your desktop into a World War II aircraft carrier.