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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
Heinkel He-177 A-5 & Fritz X: Revell of Germany
Heinkel He-177 A-5 & Fritz X :1:72 Scale
- Excellent model kit.
- All parts in part bags.
- Box is worn
- good price!
$31.990 in StockRead More
Sukhoi Su-25 Frogfoot: Revell of Germany
Sukhoi Su-25 Frogfoot: 1:72 Scale : Weathered box
This detailed 1/72 scale model kit of the Sukhoi Su-25 (NATO codename “Frogfoot”), is a Soviet Cold War era, single-seat, twin engine, ground attack aircraft developed by the former Soviet Union. Introduced in 1981, the Su-25 was intended to be used in close-air-support with Soviet Ground Forces. Like many Soviet aircraft designs of the era, the Su-25 was a rugged aircraft that can take-off and land on unpaved runways. In addition to this the Su-25 has an impressive weapons load and can carry a wide variety of armaments, making it a versatile ground attack platform. Over 1,000 Su-25’s of all variants have been built, and the type remains in active service with several air forces as of 2014.
- recessed panel lines,
- Detailed cockpit,
- Detailed landing gear,
- Optional position air brakes,
- Two auxiliary fuel tanks,
- Rocket pods,
- Two short-range guided missiles,
- Two air-to-ground missiles,
- Two bomb pylons with bombs.
- Decals for: Soviet and Czech Air Force
$17.991 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.
$79.950 in StockRead More
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
Heinkel He 219 “Uhu”: Revell of Germany
Heinkel He 219 “Uhu” (Owl): 1:72 scale
The Heinkel He 219 was one of the most effective German nocturnal night fighter aircraft. It was used as a night fighter and was the very first aircraft produced in series production with ejection seats. Its capability at the front was tested on the night of 11/12 June 1943 by Squadron Leader Streib of NJG 1 night fighter unit out of Venlo, Holland, who on this sortie was able to shoot down five enemy bombers. The He 219 achieved considerable success in combat against Allied bomber units due to the incorporation of secret Luftwaffe weapon technology such as the upward firing “Schrage Musik” (Mk.108: 30mm cannon) that fired straight up into the relatively undefended under-fuselage of attacking Royal Air Force Avro Lancaster bombers.
- Realistic surface detail
- Movable propellers
- Undercarriage can be extended or retracted
- Authentic Luftwaffe Radar antennae
- Decals for 2 versions
$19.991 in Stock
F-104G Starfighter: Revell of Germany
F-104G Starfigher “Tiger Meet”: 1:48 scale
The introduction of the Starfighter into the Belgian Air force in 1963 was a quantum leap in capability. Even today the Starfighter’s performance would still be considered exceptional. A zoom climb from sea level to 44,600 ft in 4 minutes and 22 seconds and an acceleration from 550 mph to 1305 mph at 35,000 ft in just over 4 minutes. All of these statistics were accomplished while carrying two Sidewinder Missiles on the wings and having a maximum rate of climb of 800 ft/s. The Belgian Air Force deployed the Starfighter as a Fighter-Bomber with the 23rd and 31st Squadrons of the 10th Fighter-Bomber Wing at Kleine Brogel. This Air Wing later became a member of the NATO Tiger Meet Association. F-104G FX-52 received a Tiger camouflage scheme for the 1978 Tiger Meet which was the first time for the Belgian Air Force and the beginning of a splendid series.
$29.991 in Stock
F-16 Mlu Tiger Meet: Revell of Germany
F-16 Mlu Tiger Meet 2009: 1:72 scale
The F-16 is one of the most successful combat aircraft in the world. In the mid 1990s a Mid- Life Update (Mlu) modernisation programme was started for the European F-16 which gave it an improved combat capability. The Belgian air force “31 Tiger Squadron” is one of the most active and outstanding squadrons within NATO. This particular squadron organised the 2009 NATO Tiger Meet at Kleine Brogel. For that event, a special F-16 was painted in a striking Tiger livery. The design and execution of this unique design was created by Johan Wolfs and Peter Verheyen. “31 Squadron” has now arranged the 7th annual Tiger Meet and received a legendary seven “Silver Tiger” awards.
- – Recessed panel lines,
- – Detailed cockpit with instrument panel,
- – Pilot figure,
- – Detailed seat,
- – Detailed front and main landing gear,
- – Two part afterburner,
- – Two AIM-9L Sidewinder missiles,
- – Two AIM-120 guided missiles,
- – Centerline and underwing tanks,
- – Detailed pylons,
- – Super decals with Tiger stripes and Rudder design
$31.991 in Stock