The carbuerator and muffler is fixed on the Spitfire but just when you thought things couldn't get any worse for our heroes, Maj. Woody and Pvt. Parts, the horrible tune of "Chez Real Fine Mein Vun Oh Nein" is heard approaching from the East. It's none other than our heroes arch nemesis, Col. Heimen Von Lichtenbusch of Jasta 69. He screams over his PA system, "Come up und play vit me you lousy limeys". And with that, the stage is set for an epic dog fight.
As we last saw, Maj. Woody and Pvt. Parts were ready for their Spitfires maiden flight.
While Pvt. Parts kept a firm grip on his extremely large and powerful starter, Maj. Woody moved his throttle back and forth rapidly but just couldn't get any pop out of his piston. The problem it seemed was that although their carbuerator was of the proper size, there was no way to properly choke it. And, to make matters worse, it seemed that the nuts on his muffler were stripped and must be repaired and re-attached.
Just as Pvt. Parts gets to working on the carb and muffler, Keptein Jack Schmidt (who thinks he knows everything but really knows nothing) flys by in his BF-109 (adorned by the St. Pauli girl on the nose) and cackles all the way off into the sunset.
Tune in next time as Maj. Woody and Pvt. Part again attempt to get it up!
As the Battle Of Britain is heating up, Maj. Woody with the help of his crack mechanic Pvt. Parts, has erected his new Spitfire and is waiting to take to the air.
Maj. Woody certainly will meet some stiff opponents flying Heninkels and 109's but with his outstanding weapon in hand, he will arise to the occasion and be victorious!