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P-61 Black Widow: Revell/Monogram
P-61 Black Widow: 1:48 scale
This huge, black, night fighter airplane is complete with removable nose, radar and engine cowling and has detailed cockpits and rotating top turret. Includes flight crew.
Features: Detailed flight deck and exposable engine detail, waterslide decals.
- Markings for two aircraft.
- 130 parts in Black and Clear with raised panel lines.
- Detailed engines, cowlings with removable panels, landing gear, and wheel wells.
- Cockpit contains floor instrument panels, pilot seats and controls; full rear cockpit with navigator/radio operator’s positions.
- Detailed gun bay with 20mm cannon and flaps may be posed up or down.
- Optional external fuel tanks included for P-61B.
$27.991.000000 in Stock
Lockheed F-80 Shooting Star: Monogram
Lockheed F-80 Shooting Star: 1:48 scale : new
The Lockheed F-80 Shooting Star was the first turbojet fighter accepted to serve in operational strength with the U.S. Air Force. The F-80 was not only elegant, but extremely fast as well, with its Allison J-33 gas turbine engine it was capable of reaching speeds in excess of 550 miles per hour.
- Detailed landing gear
- Removable panel for machine gun bay
- Tail section removes to show turbojet engine
- Open or closed canopy with detailed cockpit and pilot
- Optional pylon mounted wing tanks or bombs
- “Lid-Do-Bee” F-80C-1-LO 49-610 Pilot, Lt. Col. Oliver Cellini 25th Fighter Squadron, 51st Fighter Wing, October, 1950.
- F-80C-1-LO 49-481 Acrojets Demonstration Team, Williams AFB, Arizona,1949.
$21.992.000000 in Stock
Douglas A-4 Skyhawk: Monogram
Douglas A-4 Skyhawk : 1:48 scale
The Douglas A-4 Skyhawk was designed as a small light weight jet attack aircraft capable of operating from aircraft carriers. The Skyhawk was used extensively during the war in Vietnam where it gained a reputation for being rugged and reliable. A-4s were also used by the Blue Angels flight demonstration team. The Blue Angles are well known the world over for their impressive performances of precision aerobatics. Flying in tight formation, these four outstanding U.S. Navy flyers captivate their audiences with breath-taking maneuvers.
- Open or closed canopy with detailed cockpit and pilot.
- Optional two external fuel tanks,
- Center bomb pylon with six bombs and two wing mounted missiles.
- Any one of four aircraft from the Blue Angels team of 1978
- A-4E Skyhawk, BUNO, 149996, pilot LCDR John S. McCain, VA-45 Klansmen, USS Forrestal, June 1967.
$22.952.000000 in Stock
Heinkel He-111: Monogram
Heinkel He-111 : 1:48 scale
Over the skies of burning London, the Luftwaffe He-111 was the German weapon of choice during the nocturnal blitz on the British capital. From its first flight in 1935 until the end of the war, the He 111 went through 17 different versions. This model, the H-4, was the variant that carried external bombs. This model kit includes the bonus special limited edition Batman Comic Book.
- Detailed interior
- External bombs or optional torpedoes
- Two decal versions
- Molded in light gray and clear
$39.991 in Stock
North American P-51D Mustang: Monogram
North American P-51D Mustang: 1:48 scale
This outstanding American air superiority fighter was powered by the legendary British Rolls Royce Merlin engine, and armed with no less than six .50 caliber machine guns. The late war introduction of drop tanks provided the Mustang the ability to escort American heavy bombers all the way to Berlin and back. Swarms of Mustangs overwhelmed and destroyed the cream of the crop of the Luftwaffe fighter Corps. This in turn paved the way for Allied dominance over the European skies. With Luftwaffe mastery of the European Skies all but vanished, the Pivotal D-Day landings went by with no intervention from the Luftwaffe and Hitler’s 1000 year Reich was all but finished. Many Allied nations utilized the Mustang during WWII and it found its way into many post WWII air forces as well. This model kit was originally released in 1977 and has been rereleased in many different decal options since then. Our option is, “Detroit Miss”, a P-51D that saw service with the USAAF 8th Airforce based in England during WWII.
$15.992.000000 in Stock
Vought OS2U-3 Kingfisher: Monogram
Vought OS2U-3 Kingfisher: 1:48 scale
From Reconnaissance to Air-Sea rescue, the OS2U-3 Kingfisher was an Allied WWII workhorse that performed a wide variety of tasks with very little fanfare. The OS2U-3 Kingfisher was a common sight on Battleship catapults during WWII especially the US NAVY Iowa class Battleships. These famous warships included the USS Missouri that the formal Japanese surrender documents that ended the war in the Pacific were signed on. This 1:48 scale model kit is molded in dark blue and includes photo-etch metal parts. It can be built as either a float plane or a conventional land based naval aircraft.
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A6M5 Mitsubishi Zero: Monogram
A6M5 Mitsubishi Zero: 1:48 scale
The Japanese Zero was one of WWII’s most nimble and acrobatic fighter airplanes. During the early part of WWII, its long range and dogfighting capabilities were greatly feared by Allied pilots. During mid to late WWII, the Zeros’ lack of self sealing fuel tanks, insufficient armor plate, and relatively light weaponry put it at a major disadvantage when encountering advanced American fighter aircraft types such as the Hellcat and Corsair. For this reason many Zeros were modified into Kamikaze suicide aircraft that willingly crashed into American ships while carrying a complete fuel load and a 500 lb to 1000 lb bomb. This model kit is still in the original manufacturer shrink wrap and the box is in excellent condition! Truly, an excellent buy.
$15.991 in Stock
Supermarine Spitfire F.Mk.II : Monogram
Supermarine Spitfire F.Mk.II: 1:48 scale
What can be said about the Supermarine Spitfire that hasn’t been said before? Graceful, Streamlined, Fast, yet all these adjectives cannot convey the loyalty students of air power have for this superlative British WWII warplane. Although the Spitfire is loved by many, it is not the only reason the British Royal Air Force achieved air supremacy over their home Islands in the summer of 1940. The Hawker Hurricane, the Gloster Gladiator, the Boulton Paul Defiant and to a lessor degree, Bomber Command, all had a role to play. However, it was the Spitfire that was responsible for fighting the Luftwaffe Bf-109 on anything close to equal footing. The Spitfire soldiered throughout the entirety of WWII and even post WWII as a carrier based naval fighter. This astounding longevity cemented this aircraft a place in aviation history. Even today, Spitfires are still flying in living history aviation museums as a testimony to the original spitfire design. This 1:48 scale Monogram kit is still in the original shrink wrap and depicts a Spitfire F.Mk.II flying missions over South Eastern England during the summer of 1940.
$15.991 in Stock