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Witty Wings 1/72 Panavia Tornado F3 RAF 111 Sqdn ZE734/JU 90th Anniversary SGE72-001-06<br />Stunning die-cast model,  Limited Edition 800 Pieces.<br />Includes limited edition certificate.<br />The model features separate undercarriage and armaments.<br />Canopy casting improvements.<br />Metal stand included<br />Just a few remaining!
Witty Wings 1/72 Panavia Tornado F3 RAF 111 Sqdn ZE734/JU 90th Anniversary SGE72-001-06
Stunning die-cast model,  Limited Edition 800 Pieces.
Includes limited edition certificate.
The model features separate undercarriage and armaments.
Canopy casting improvements.
Metal stand included
Just a few remaining!
£40.00
MRP £49.99
Website: 1
(Product Ref #90256)
Witty Wings 1/72 MI-171 China Air Force LH99748 Helicopter Model WTW72-102-01
Witty Wings 1/72 MI-171 China Air Force LH99748 Helicopter Model WTW72-102-01
£59.99
Website: 1
(Product Ref #66866)
Witty Wings 1/72 Messerschmitt BF109G-6 USAAF W NR166 133 WTW72-003-012
Witty Wings 1/72 Messerschmitt BF109G-6 USAAF W NR166 133 WTW72-003-012
£16.99
Available: Gloucester: 1
(Product Ref #66870)
Witty Wings 1/72 F/A18C Hornet VX-31 China Lake WTW72-026-08
Witty Wings 1/72 F/A18C Hornet VX-31 China Lake WTW72-026-08
£40.00
MRP £42.99
Available: Gloucester: 1
(Product Ref #3349)
Easy Model 36310 1/72 Scale Typhoon MK1B - 123 Wing
<p>Ready built and painted model</p>
Easy Model 36310 1/72 Scale Typhoon MK1B - 123 Wing

Ready built and painted model

£11.99
Website: 1
(Product Ref #74635)
Easy Model E36313 1/72 Scale Typhoon MK1B 184 SQN
<p>Pre-painted and assembled plastic model, paint and glue not required.</p>
Easy Model E36313 1/72 Scale Typhoon MK1B 184 SQN

Pre-painted and assembled plastic model, paint and glue not required.

£11.99
Website: 1
(Product Ref #74638)
Easy Model E37211 1/72 Scale Spitfire MkV 121 sqn 1942
<p>Pre-painted and assembled plastic model, paint and glue not required.</p>
Easy Model E37211 1/72 Scale Spitfire MkV 121 sqn 1942

Pre-painted and assembled plastic model, paint and glue not required.

£11.99
Website: 1
(Product Ref #64481)
Easy Model E37217 1/72 Scale Spitfire MkV/Trop. 224 Sqn 1943
<p>Pre-painted and assembled plastic model, paint and glue not required.</p>
Easy Model E37217 1/72 Scale Spitfire MkV/Trop. 224 Sqn 1943

Pre-painted and assembled plastic model, paint and glue not required.

£11.99
Website: 1
(Product Ref #53347)
£19.99
Website: 1
(Product Ref #45630)
Dragon Wings 55722 JASDF Tactical Airlifter C-130H Hercules 401st Squadron
Dragon Wings 55722 JASDF Tactical Airlifter C-130H Hercules 401st Squadron
£17.99
Website: 1
(Product Ref #49668)
<p>The first B-29 superfortress in the Dragon Warbirds range this 1/400 scale diecast model will be supplied complete with a collector tin.Coming Soon<br /> An authentic replica of 'Battlin' Beauty' from the 25th Bomber Squadron's raid on Rangoon in December 1944 complete with accurate early style CBI markings.<br /> Model Size: 3"L x 4.2"W</p>

The first B-29 superfortress in the Dragon Warbirds range this 1/400 scale diecast model will be supplied complete with a collector tin.Coming Soon
An authentic replica of 'Battlin' Beauty' from the 25th Bomber Squadron's raid on Rangoon in December 1944 complete with accurate early style CBI markings.
Model Size: 3"L x 4.2"W

£18.99
Website: 2
(Product Ref #7963)
Dragon Wings 56214 Space Shuttle Challenger with Opening Bay Doors &amp; Payload Detail
Dragon Wings 56214 Space Shuttle Challenger with Opening Bay Doors & Payload Detail
£35.99
Website: 2
Available: Bristol: 1, Cardiff: 1, Gloucester: 1, Plymouth: 1
(Product Ref #85148)
Dragon Warbirds is releasing its second 1/400 scale model of the SR-71. This time the aircraft it’s modeled on is ‘61-7980’, which bore the nickname “Rosemary’s Baby-San.” Assembly of this particular SR-71A commenced in August 1966, and it rolled out in May the following year. Its first flight occurred on 25 September 1967. In 1990 it had a change of ownership when it was handed over to NASA for use in its high-speed research programs. This SR-71 holds the distinction of being the last SR-71 to fly, an event that took place in 1999. This 1/400 scale model is finely detailed and accurately captures the appearance of this sophisticated American reconnaissance aircraft
Dragon Warbirds is releasing its second 1/400 scale model of the SR-71. This time the aircraft it’s modeled on is ‘61-7980’, which bore the nickname “Rosemary’s Baby-San.” Assembly of this particular SR-71A commenced in August 1966, and it rolled out in May the following year. Its first flight occurred on 25 September 1967. In 1990 it had a change of ownership when it was handed over to NASA for use in its high-speed research programs. This SR-71 holds the distinction of being the last SR-71 to fly, an event that took place in 1999. This 1/400 scale model is finely detailed and accurately captures the appearance of this sophisticated American reconnaissance aircraft
£15.00
MRP £24.99
Website: 1
(Product Ref #62547)
Dragon 56228 NASA Titan  IIIC Rocket on Launch Pad
Dragon 56228 NASA Titan  IIIC Rocket on Launch Pad
£29.99
Website: 2
(Product Ref #87857)
Dragon Wings 56243 USAF Delta II Rocket 'GPS-IIR-16' on launch Pad Deep Impact Comet Collider Mission
Dragon Wings 56243 USAF Delta II Rocket 'GPS-IIR-16' on launch Pad Deep Impact Comet Collider Mission
£29.99
Website: 1
(Product Ref #87858)
Hobby Master HL1311  Douglas DC-3/C-47 Dakota Transport Aircraft
Hobby Master HL1311  Douglas DC-3/C-47 Dakota Transport Aircraft
£47.75
MRP £55.99
Website: 1
Available: Bristol: 1, Cardiff: 1, Gloucester: 1, Plymouth: 1
(Product Ref #84628)
Dragon Wings 56273 1/400 Scale C-5C Galaxy 22nd Airlift Sqdn,
Dragon Wings 56273 1/400 Scale C-5C Galaxy 22nd Airlift Sqdn,
£22.99
Available: Stroud: 3
(Product Ref #58667)
Dragon Wings 1/200 Avro Vulcan B.2 617 Squadron Lincs 1964 52007<br /><br />The Avro Vulcan played an important role as a strategic bomber from 1953-84. For more than 30 years during the height of the Cold War, this aircraft armed with nuclear bombs was ready to deter foreign nations such as the Soviet Union from attacking Great Britain. Operated by the RAF's V-bomber force, the Vulcan was a delta-wing design that flew at subsonic speeds at high altitude. Its cruising speed of Mach 0.86 and small radar cross-section made it ideal for penetrating enemy airspace to deliver its nuclear payload should the need have arisen. A total of 134 Vulcans were manufactured, with the second tranche known as the B.2 being the most common. One of the units to operate the B.2 was No.617 Squadron based at RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire. This was the Vulcan's home airbase throughout the 1950s and 1960s. Commonly called "Dambusters" because of its WWII exploits, No.617 Squadron operated B.2s until it was temporarily disbanded at the end of 1981.
<p>The B.2 featured larger and thinner wings, while a greater fuel capacity offered a cruising range of 7,400km. It also had improved equipment such as electronics and radar. This Dragon Warbirds fully finished model is precisely made to 1/200 scale. The markings depict a Vulcan B.2 from the aforementioned No.617 Squadron operating from RAF Scampton in 1964. This model commemorates the important role the Vulcan played in the Cold War.</p>
Dragon Wings 1/200 Avro Vulcan B.2 617 Squadron Lincs 1964 52007

The Avro Vulcan played an important role as a strategic bomber from 1953-84. For more than 30 years during the height of the Cold War, this aircraft armed with nuclear bombs was ready to deter foreign nations such as the Soviet Union from attacking Great Britain. Operated by the RAF's V-bomber force, the Vulcan was a delta-wing design that flew at subsonic speeds at high altitude. Its cruising speed of Mach 0.86 and small radar cross-section made it ideal for penetrating enemy airspace to deliver its nuclear payload should the need have arisen. A total of 134 Vulcans were manufactured, with the second tranche known as the B.2 being the most common. One of the units to operate the B.2 was No.617 Squadron based at RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire. This was the Vulcan's home airbase throughout the 1950s and 1960s. Commonly called "Dambusters" because of its WWII exploits, No.617 Squadron operated B.2s until it was temporarily disbanded at the end of 1981.

The B.2 featured larger and thinner wings, while a greater fuel capacity offered a cruising range of 7,400km. It also had improved equipment such as electronics and radar. This Dragon Warbirds fully finished model is precisely made to 1/200 scale. The markings depict a Vulcan B.2 from the aforementioned No.617 Squadron operating from RAF Scampton in 1964. This model commemorates the important role the Vulcan played in the Cold War.

£19.95
MRP £34.99
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(Product Ref #61361)
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