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B-52H Stratofortress : Minicraft
B-52H Stratofortress “current version” : 1:144 scale
First flown in the 1950’s and updated versions continue to serve the modern USAF. This 1/144 Minicraft B-52H represents the most current B-52 with added antennas, electronic counter-measure systems, and low light vision enhancements typically found on modernized B-52’s. This kit features poseable flaps, poseable landing gear and decals for two B-52’s currently in operation.
USAF B-52H 60-0059, 96th BS, 2nd BW, Barksdale AFB, 2001.
USAF B-52H 61-0022, 93rd BS, 40th Air Expeditionary Wing, 2001.
Decals printed by Cartograf.
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USAF B-52H “Cold War” Stratofortress: Minicraft
USAF B-52H “Cold War” Stratofortress: 1:144 scale
The B-52 Stratofortress is an eight-engine strategic jet bomber designed to replace the ten engine piston/ jet powered B-36 Peacemaker. The B-36 was powered by six huge piston engines and four additional jet engines. The B-36 Peacemaker had several design limitations that the B-52 did not have. One: the B-36 was not air refuelable, but the B-52 Stratofortress was air refuelable. And two: the B-36 was relatively slow when compared to the all jet powered B-52. The original specification of the B-52 was for intercontinental nuclear deterrence but it was adapted to the conventional bombing mission during the Vietnam conflict.
- B-52H, 60-0021, 449 BW, Kincheloe AFB, early 1960s
- B-52H, 60-0049, 19 BW, Wurtsmith AFB, 1962
$38.991 in Stock
Focke Wulf Ta 152 C-1/R14: Dragon/ DML
Focke Wulf Ta 152 C-1/R14 : 1:48 scale : Master series
Focke Wulf aircraft of WWII were usually prefixed with the initials “Fw”, with one of the best-known fighters from the German company being the FW 190. However, in the case of the Ta 152, the prefix was changed to recognize the pivotal role played by chief designer Kurt Tank. Basically, the TA 152 was a high-altitude fighter-interceptor derived from the Fw 190. The first production Ta-152H entered service in January 1945, although only 43 fighters were delivered to combat units before the war ended. The Ta152C variant designed for slightly lower-altitude combat and for the ground attack role was armed with a 30mm MK 108 cannon and four 20mm MG 151/20 weapons.
Dragon’s newest 1/48 scale model depicts the proposed Ta 152C-1/R14 variant, which had the armaments previously mentioned as well as a torpedo stowed under the belly for attacking enemy shipping. However, Focke-Wulf assembly plants were overrun before the Ta-152 C-1 began rolling off assembly lines so it never actually saw combat in the hands of the Luftwaffe. This plastic kit builds upon the success of the previously released Ta 152C-0, but it adds the formidable-looking torpedo. The cowling for the aircraft’s Daimler-Benz 12-cylinder DB 603LA has also been modified to provide the correct details. After enjoying Dragon’s famous build quality and engineering excellence, modelers can finish off their fighter with some high-quality decals from Cartograf. Equipped with its torpedo, this Focke-Wulf is ready to go “fishing”!
- Detailed Ta152C fuselage
- Wings accurately represented
- Crystal-clear cockpit canopy can be assembled open/closed
- Propeller can be rotated
- Photo-etched parts
- Detailed radiator cowling w/optional flaps
- Realistic air intake
- Torpedo authentically reproduced w/fine detail
- Detailed landing gear
$39.991 in Stock
F-84G Thunderjet: Revell of USA
F-84G Thunderjet: 1:48 scale
Although it proved to be the most effective and successful fighter-bomber in the Korean Conflict, the contributions of the F-84G Thunderjet go well beyond even those accomplishments. The Thunderjet was the first production fighter-bomber to be fitted with in-flight refueling capability and it was the first fighter-bomber to have the ability to deliver a nuclear weapon. Features weighted tires, recessed panel lines and standing pilot figure. Optional armament, nuclear bomb, 250 lb. bombs or 5″ HVAR rockets. Authentic markings included for F-84G, 51-0896, 77th Fighter Bomber Squadron, 20th Fighter Bomber Wing, 1952 and F-84G, 51-10651 9th Fighter Bomber Squadron, Tregu, Korea, 1953. Molded in light gray and clear.
$19.993.000000 in Stock
Bell X-1: Revell of USA
Bell X-1: 1:32 scale
Test pilot Chuck Yeager broke the sound barrier on October 14, 1947. This remarkable feat was made possible by the Bell X-1, an experimental supersonic aircraft which was introduced the previous year. Spanning only 28 feet (8.5 m) and measuring 31 feet (9.4 m) in length, the X-1’s impact on the future of air and space travel proved immeasurable. Kit features a fully detailed cockpit with an optional pilot figure, an optional rocket engine, an opening cockpit door and decals with authentic markings for four versions.
$21.991 in Stock
A-6E Navy Attack bomber: Revell of USA
A-6E Navy Attack Bomber: 1:48 scale
The A-6 Intruder served the U.S. Navy and the U.S. Marine Corps from 1963 and 1997. The definitive A-6E was equipped with a Target Recognition and Attack Multi-Sensor (TRAM) system, which provided pinpoint accuracy in aerial attacks. Kit features a detailed cockpit with two crew figures, external armament (including Mark 20 “Rockeye” cluster bombs, Mark 82 “Snakeye” high-drag bombs, “Harpoon” anti-ship missiles and optional external fuel tanks), detailed landing gear and two decal marking options: 1. VA 85 Black Falcons, U.S.S. Forrestal, 1978 and 2. VA 35 Panthers, U.S.S. Nimitz.
$32.991 in Stock
Heinkel He-111P : Revell Pro Modeler
Heinkel He-111P : 1:32 scale: (on sale)
The Heinkel He-111P has a top speed of 225 mph (262 kg/h) and could easily outgun and outrun most early WWII fighters. During the “Battle of Britain” the shortcomings of medium bombers against a first line defensive network became apparent. However, during the nocturnal Blitz while attacking the United Kingdom at night, the He-111P found it could function with a degree of success over England. Only when effective RAF radar guided night fighters operated in strength did the He-111 start to endure prohibitive losses over England again.
- Fully glazed, asymmetric nose;
- Complete detailed interior;
- three MG 15 machine guns;
- Optional opening bomb bay with eight 250 kg bombs,
- Heinkel He 111P-1, 111.KG 27 “Geschwader Boelcke,” Delmenhorst, Germany, 1940;
- Heinkel He 111P-1, 5./KG 54 “Totenkopf-Geschwader,” Coulommiers, France, 1940
- Heinkel He 111P, ST.G.3, North Africa.
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P-47N Thunderbolt: Revell of Germany
Republic P-47N Thunderbolt: 1:48 scale
This is a 1/48 scale plastic model kit of the P-47N. The P-47N is the final production variant of the venerable WWII era Republic P-47 Thunderbolt fighter. This kit features excellent surface detail, authentic cockpit, detailed undercarriage and a realistic18-cylinder engine plus scale missiles, bombs and crisp decals for two USAAF planes.
$22.962.000000 in Stock
F-4F Phantom II: Revell of Germany
F-4F Phantom II: 1:72 scale
The Phantom F-4E/F is regarded as a workhorse of the Western air forces. In addition to use as a fighter, the German air force utilizes the Phantom in a second role as a tactical combat aircraft. Currently, the Phantom only flies with the first German squadron to equip with the type, Fighter Wing 71 “Richthofen”. In 2009 the anniversary was celebrated with a specially designed paint scheme on an F-4F “50 Jahre JG71”.
$32.002.000000 in Stock
Fw 200 C-5/C-8 Condor: Revell of Germany
Focke Wulf Fw-200 C-5/C-8 Condor: 1:72 scale (on sale)
The German Focke-Wulf Fw 200 “Condor” was one of the world’s first modern long range aircraft. Winston Churchill, the British wartime prime minister of England, gave the German Condor the nick name “the Scourge of the Atlantic”. In 1939 the imperial japanese navy ordered a reconnaissance version of the civil Fw 200, but this was never delivered. Instead, these machines formed the basis for the newly formed Luftwaffe Kampfgeschwader 40 (KG 40). From 1942 onward, the Fw 200C-4, was the Condor variant built in the largest numbers. This aircraft was used for long range reconnaissance and anti-shipping missions. One of the most important uses of the Fw 200 was to search for allied convoys and radio the location of the convoy to patrolling German U-boats for a mass attack. This strategy was called “a wolf pack”. Most Fw 200 were equipped with the FuG 200 “Hohentwiel” shipping radar, which was characterized by the antler like antenna array on the nose of the aircraft. During WWII, the Heinkel corporation developed a special remote controlled guided bomb that was widely used by the Condor. This weapon was designated the Hs-293. The Condor variant that carried this weapon was the Fw-200C-5/FK. The last version of the Condor was the C-8 series of which just a few were built in the fall of 1943 to the beginning of 1944. In total, 275 Condors were built.
$38.991 in Stock