Glue and paints are required to assemble and complete the model (not included)
Ready to assemble model, highly detailed complete with full assembly and finishing instructions.
Requires polystyrene cement and paint to complete the model
Glue and paints are required
Sweet SWE000211 1/144 Scale Westland Seaking S61D Argentine Navy Jan 1982
Rhodesian Air Force Light Attack Aircraft built under licence in France
ICM 72303 1/72 Scale Dornier Do-17 Z-10 Night Fighter
This newly tooled kit has nicely moulded components and includes some clear styrene items.Decals and fully illustrated instructions are included
Glue and paints are required to assemble and complete the model (not included).
Fashioned after the Swiss FFA P-16 jet fighter, that was cancelled by the Swiss government in the late fifties, the sleek airframe had caught the eye of inventor and entrepreneur William (Bill) Lear, who saw it's potential for use as a twin engine business jet. After preliminary design work by his company in Switzerland, which was then called SAAC (Swiss American Aviation Corp.), Lear moved his company to Witchita, Kansas in 1962, to begin manufacturing, also changing its name to the Lear Jet Corp. The 1st prototype flew on October 7, 1963. The second generation was first flown on February 24, 1966. In 1967, the Gates Rubber Company acquired Bill's holdings in the company and renamed it the Gates Learjet Company. The Learjet's speed, range and economy of operation have made it the most popular of all business planes. Plastic unassembled model with gluing and painting required. Intermediate to advanced skill level.
The well moulded components have loads of fine detail. Some photo etched parts are included together with some clear styrene components. Decals are supplied together with comprehensive assembly instructions.
The all new kit of the two seat trainer version of the iconic Lightning interceptor
Heinkel He-111H-3 WWII German Bomber
The all-weather Vautour IIN jet fighters were operated in France not only by AF units, they were used also as a kind of test-beds long time after being withdrawn from military service. Development work for radars to be used in various and more advanced Mirage III, F.1 and even Mirage 2000 fighters were carried out using these Vautour aircraft. In the French Centre d´Essais en Vol (CEV, or Flight Test Centre) several IIN Vautours of various serial numbers were flown, amongst them also the very first IIN Vautour to be produced, this one was handed over to the CEV on Feb 7, 1957 and was equipped with a Cyrano radar connected with Mirage fighters development. This machine was also used for trials with fixed armament, rockets and missiles.
Adhesive and paints are required to assemble and complete the model (not included).
Hobbyboss 80366 1/48th F-14A Tomcat US Navy Fighter Jet Plastic KitLength: 397.2mm Wingspan: 233.2mm
Kawasaki Ki-61 II Kai prototype In 1944 the Kawasaki Ki-61-II was being built, but was only trickling off the production lines, and was suffering from the unreliability of its engine. Moreover the engine was not being produced in sufficient numbers. The initial version of the -II had a larger wing and a new canopy, but it was soon replaced by the -IIa with the older and proven wing. Only 374 of all variants of the -II were built. In early 1945 one of 275 engineless airframes was fitted with the Ha-112 radial engine. Although a sudden lash-up conversion this produced a staggeringly fine fighter, by far the best ever produced in Japan. This aircraft, designated the Ki-100, was put into production with desperate haste.
This offering from AMT presents a historic replica of the Lockheed Vega owned by the Shell Oil Company. It represents one of the four Vegas acquired by company vice-president and WWII hero, Jimmy Doolittle. The colourful decals supplied in the kit present a representation of the full Shell livery.Lockheed Vegas are iconic and were flown by such historic aviators as Doolittle, Amelia Earhart and Wiley Post who flew his aircraft around the world on two occasions.
The Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II is a family of single-seat, single-engine, fifth generation multirole fighters under development to perform ground attack, reconnaissance, and air defense missions with stealth capability. The F-35 has three main models; the F-35A is a conventional takeoff and landing variant, the F-35B is a short take off and vertical-landing variant, and the F-35C is a carrier-based variant. The F-35 is descended from the X-35, the product of the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) program. JSF development is being principally funded by the United States, with the United Kingdom and other partner governments providing additional funding. The partner nations are either NATO members or close U.S. allies. It is being designed and built by an aerospace industry team led by Lockheed Martin. The F-35 carried out its first flight on 15 December 2006. The United States plans to buy a total of 2,443 aircraft to provide the bulk of its tactical airpower for the U.S. Air Force, Marine Corps and Navy over the coming decades. The United Kingdom, Australia, Italy, Canada, Netherlands, Norway, Denmark, Turkey, Israel and Japan are part of the development program and may equip their air services with the
Merit International Models 64803 a 1/48th scale plastic kit of a Gloster Gladiator Mk1 British Fighter Aircraft.
ICM 72306 1/72 Scale German Dornier Do 215B-5 Night Fighter
This kit will produce an accurate copy of the original aircraft. Parts are finely moulded. Features include a highly detailed engine and cockpit interior. Decals are supplied for two variants. Full instructions included.
Number of Parts 70
Glue and paints are required
The Kawasaki Ki-48, ?????????(shiki-souhatu-keibaku,) shortened to 'Sokei', Army Type 99 Twin-engined Light Bomber, was a Japanese twin-engine light bomber that was used during World War II. Its Allied reporting name was "Lily". The development of the aircraft began at the end of 1937 at the request of the Japanese military high command. Kawasaki received an order to develop a "high-speed bomber" capable of 480 km/h (300 mph) at 3,000 m (9,840 ft), and able to reach 5,000 m (16,400 ft) within 10 minutes. It was inspired by the Soviet Tupolev SB.
GWH L1003 of the Royal Airforces TSR 2 Jet Fighter Bomber Kit
Mikoyan Mig-29 9-12 Late Type Luftwaffe JG.73 Operation Sniper 2003 "FAREWELL USA 2003"
North-American F-86K Sabre 'NATO ALL Weather Fighter' There are three main sprues of grey plastic in this model plus a frame of clear parts, resin parts and a set of photo-etched parts. The decal sheet contains markings for three natural-metal machines, the Italian and Dutch ones have squadron badges on their tails. Most colourful is the Norwegian plane, adorned with a shark mouth and a sketch of a dog named Laika. There is also a plenty of stencils, theye are various for all of the three machines
Junkers Ju 88C-4 “Night Fighter”. In the years before the outbreak of WW2, the German Luftwaffe introduced into service two categories of fighter planes. Besides the single-engined fighter types such as the Messerschmitt Bf 109s, there were also twin-engined, heavily armed fighters of the Zerstörer (destroyer in English) category put into the service. The most well known Zerstörer type of the pre-war era was the Messerschmitt Bf 110. During 1940, it became clear that the type could not cope successfully with some of its assigned tasks due a lack of speed. At that time, the Luftwaffe´s main high-speed bomber (schnellbomber) was the Junkers Ju 88, and its performance was such that it was clear that it could be easily converted into a heavy fighter too.