Mil Polish-built light multi-purpose helicopter, 'Salamander' gunship and anti-tank variant. Kit has fine engraved panel lines and rivet detail, fully represented cockpit and cargo bay (with optional 6-seat passenger accommodation insert), rear cabin bulkhead and roof, external fuel tanks, optional position cargo bay door, detailed rotorhead and undercarriage, filigree handrail and boarding steps, cabin-mounted PK machine guns (x2), fixed 23mm NS-23 cannon and external racks with AT-3 Sagger missiles (x4) and S-5 rockets (x4). Decals and color painting guide for (2) Polish Air Force aircraft: No 6924 and No 7333 - includes instrument panel markings and tail rotor tip stripes.
The Focke-Wulf Fw 190 Wurger is a German single-seat, single-engine fighter aircraft designed by Kurt Tank in the late 1930s and widely used during World War II. Kit features engraved panel lines, detailed (cockpit and interior, radial engine), separate cowling panels, wing roots 20mm MG 151/20 cannon and cowling 13mm MG 131 machine guns, centerline drop tank and bombs with racks, single piece propellers with separate spinners, separate trailing edge flaps, detailed wheel wells and optional undercarriage, optional canopy, mask, photoetch (instrument panel, consoles, seatbelts and other interior, undercarriage, armament and other exterior). Decals and color painting guide for (5) aircraft: 5./SG 77, Cottbus, Germany, early 1945; SG 2, Hungary, late 1944/early 1945; 1./SG 4, Piacenza Air Base, Italy, 1944; W.Nr. 584592, D SG 2 or SG 10, Neubiberg, Germany, May 1945 and SG E 10, Ceske Budejovice, Czechoslovakia, May 1945 - includes stencil data and markings, optional instrument panel and canopy accents. Click here to download instructions.
The Albatros D.III was a biplane fighter aircraft used by the Imperial German Army Air Service (Luftstreitkrafte) and the Austro-Hungarian Air Service (Luftfahrtruppen) during World War I. Kit features surface detail with subtle fabric-over-frame effect, detailed cockpit and forward fuselage interior, separately molded control surfaces, single piece propeller with separate spinner, detailed engine and exhaust system, 7.92mm machine guns and detailed undercarriage. Decals and color painting reference for (2) aircraft: Jasta 2, Leutnant Werner Voss, Proville, France, May 1917 and Jasta 11, Rittmeister Manfred Freiherr von Richthofen, Harelbeke, Belgium, June 1917 - includes rigging diagram, stencil data, seatbelts and dash panel guages. Click here to download instructions.
Russian-built medium twin-turbine transport helicopter. Kit features fine recessed panel lines, detailed cockpit, cargo bay interior and rotorhead, separately molded forward cabin door and boarding steps. Decals and color painting guide for 2 aircraft: German Army Rescue Group No93-09 and VVS 'Yellow 09'.
Modern Marine Nationale nuclear ballistic missile submarine, lead ship of her class. Kit has 2-piece full hull with engraved surface features, display stand, photo-etch parts (screw blades and nameplate), M51 ballistic missiles (x2) with optional position launch tube doors, pump-jet nozzle, separate planes and sail with full array of periscopes, comms masts and snorkel. Completed model is approximately 15.5" long. Color painting reference displaying port and starboard profiles
The Cessna 172 Skyhawk is a four-seat, single-engine, high wing, fixed-wing aircraft made by the Cessna Aircraft Company. First flown in 1955, more Cessna 172s have been built than any other aircraft. Kit features recessed and engraved panel lines, wing struts, detailed (4-seat cockpit and cabin interior), engine with removable cowling, nose gear, tricycle undercarriage, single piece propeller with spinner, transparent accents (windscreen, windows and lights). Decals and markings (registration numbers) for American and European.
1943 Model with 2 crew
The Avia B-534 is a Czechoslovak biplane produced during the period between the Great War and World War II. Kit contains (4) complete models, late variant's, features engraved panel lines, subtle fabric-on-frame effects, cockpit with (instrument panel, stick, foot peddles and seat), optional propellers, detailed undercarriage with optional spatted tires, 6 underwing bombs and optional canopy. Decals and color markings for (8) aircraft: c/n 516, I./JGr Drontheim, Grove Air Base, Denmark, 1941; 4th serie, Gendarme Aviation Patrol, Hradec Kralove Air Base, Czechoslovakia, Summer, 1937; 4th serie, Air Regiment 4, 34th Squadron, Hradec Kralove Air Base, Czechoslovakia, Summer, 1937; 4th serie, IVth international Aviation Meeting, Zurich, Switzerland, 1937; Air Regiment 4, Prague Kbely Air Base Czechoslovakia, March, 1939; 4th serie, 112th Fighter Squadron, Sofia - Bozhuriste Air Base Bulgaria, early 1941; 4th serie, 7./LLG 1, Eastern front, Winter, 1942 / 1943 and 4th serie, Combined Squadron, Tri Duby airfield Slovakia, September - October 1944 - includes mask, rigging diagram, seat belts and instrument panel's. Click here to download instructions.
The Messerschmitt Bf 109, commonly called the Me 109 (most often by Allied aircrew and even amongst the German aces themselves) is a German World War II fighter aircraft designed by Willy Messerschmitt and Robert Lusser during the early to mid-1930s. From early 1944 a number of G-2s were converted to two seat trainers. Kit features engraved surface detail, detailed cockpit, forward fuselage interior, individual cowling panels, detailed wheel wells and optional undercarriage, single piece 3-blade propeller with separate spinner, optional segmented canopy, centerline drop tank and underwing cannon pods. Decals and 4-view color painting reference for (2) aircraft: 1./JG 54, Lt. Walter Nowotny, 1(W.Nr.10360) and 8./JG 52, Lt. Gunther Rall, 13+ - includes stencil data and instrument panel.
Kit includes (3) figures in different poses (tank commander, driver and orderly sitting on Peuget 1917 motorcycle), also has color painting reference. "Tank Not Included"
The Avia B-534 is a Czechoslovak biplane produced during the period between the Great War and World War II. The III series had aerodynamic refinements which saw the streamlining of the front carburetor air intake. Kit features engraved panel lines, subtle fabric-over-frame effects, detailed cockpit and forward fuselage, 1-piece propeller with separate spinner, detailed undercarriage with optional spatted tires, optional control surfaces, 7.92 mm machine guns, (6) optional underwing bombs, optional windscreen or canopy, photo-etch (instrument panel, seatbelts, control stick, fuselage, windscreen and other interior and exterior accents). Decals and color markings for (4) aircraft: No.4 Air Regiment, 34th Squadron, Hradec Kralove, Czechoslovakia, August, 1937; No.2 Air Regiment, 51st Squadron, Olomouc, Czechoslovakia, May 1937 - March 1939; No. 3 Air Regiment, 37th Squadron, Piestany, Czechoslovakia, summer 1938 and 11th Squadron, Slovak Air Force, Piestany, winter, 1939/1940 - includes mask, rigging diagram, optional instrument panel and stencil data. Click here to download instructions.
Mikoyan MiG-29 Fulcrum is a twin-engine jet fighter aircraft designed in the Soviet Union. Developed by the Mikoyan design bureau as an air superiority fighter during the 1970s. Kit features engraved panel lines, detailed (cockpit, engines and exhaust pipe with turbine and afterburner elements), swept wings, choice of nose cone, nose cone radar antenna, optional (canopy and speed brakes), detailed wheel wells and optional undercarriage, armament (R-73E (x2), R-27R (x2), KH-31P (x2), PTB-1500 (x1), PTB-1150 (x2), R-60 (x2), R-27T (x2), R-77 (x2)). Decals and 4-view color painting reference for (2) Russian Air Force, 4th Center of Combat Application and Conversion, Frontline Aviation, Lipetsk Air Base 2012: (RF-92232 '21 Red' (cn 2960734101) and RF-92233 '20 Red', (cn 2960734100) - includes stencil data, weapons data and markings, instrument panel, consoles and other accents.
RMS Titanic was a British passenger liner that sank in the North Atlantic Ocean in the early morning of 15 April 1912, after colliding with an iceberg during her maiden voyage from Southampton to New York City. Kit features 2-piece full hull with exterior detail, reinforcing bulkheads, deck with engraved surface detail and raised features, multi-level superstructure, individual deck fittings, masts with injection-molded ratlines, ships boats and display stand. Molded in black, white and brown. Completed model is approximately 15.12" long. Decals and markings representing hull, flag and pennant.
Wings can be folded or locked, standard and framed semi-bubble canopy, markings for VF-84 and VMF-112
British WWI era twin-engine, biplane heavy bomber, 400 series variant with 360 hp powerplants. Vintage kit has raised surface features, full fuselage interior (basic cockpit with 3/4 pilot figure, nose and dorsal gunner's stations with crewmen, bomb bay with 8 bombs, dual fuel tanks), optional external 1650lb bomb, detailed Rolls-Royce engine nacelles, single-piece 4-blade propellers, intricate undercarriage strut assemblies, tail skid handling trolley and rigging notes. Decals and color painting guide for (2) Royal Air Force aircraft assigned to 207 Squadron: D5429 'A Little Hell(p) from the RAF' during 1918 and C3491during the immediate post-war period - includes instrument markings and wing root walk ways.
The Messerschmitt Me 262 Schwalbe 'Swallow' of Nazi Germany was the world's first operational jet-powered fighter aircraft. A-2a 'Sturmvogel' definitive bomber version. Kit has engraved panel lines and rivets, well detailed cockpit and central wheel bay, nose bay interior parts with Mk.108 cannons (x6), multi-part canopy, optional white metal nose gear well, separate bay doors, nacelles with full intake and exhaust details, interior stringer detail, aft radio equipment with separate access panel, detailed undercarriage and (missiles (x4). 4-view color painting guide and decals for (2) aircraft: Wk.Nr.500200, of II/.KG51, 1945 and I./KG51, 1944-1945 - includes stencil data, instrument panel and consoles.
GM-built version of Grumman's F4F-4 carrier-capable fighter - 4-gun, folding wing variant. Kit has fine recessed surface detail (including wingfold engravings), highly detailed cockpit and forward fuselage interior (including engine mount, accessory section, supercharger, oil tank and main landing gear mechanism), twin-row radial engine, separately molded rudder, 2 drop tanks and 2-piece canopy. Decals for 2 US Navy aircraft: VC-33, USS Nassau (CVE-16) in tri-color scheme and VC-12, USS Core (CVE-13) in gray over white scheme.
China's first ballistic missile-carrying, nuclear-powered submarine. Kit features 2-piece full hull with engraved detail, sail with full array of masts, snorkel and periscopes, JL-1A SLBMs (x6), optional open or closed missile tubes, display stand, and photo-etch parts (sail hand rails, nameplate and optional screw blades). Completed model is approximately 13.5" long. Includes color painting guide and decals representing draft marks and jacks/ensigns for the Chinese People's Liberation Army Navy."
Cold War era US-built carrier-capable subsonic jet attack aircraft - refurbished version for export to Portugal. Kit features recessed panel lines, intake trunking and detailed cockpit, avionics bays and wheel wells, 2-piece canopy and external stores (AIM-9B (x2), FLIR pod (x2), Mk82 bombs (x18) and drop tanks (x2)). Decals for 2 Portuguese Air Force aircraft: s/n 15509, May 1998 and s/n 15521, Attack Squadron 304, special retirement scheme, July 1999 - includes instruments and cockpit consoles.
Cold War era US-built carrier-capable subsonic jet attack aircraft, 2-seat trainer version. Features recessed panel lines, intake trunking and detailed cockpit and wheel wells, 2-piece canopy and external stores (AIM-9B (x2), FLIR pod (x2), Mk82 bombs (x18) and drop tanks (x2)). Decals for 2 US Navy aircraft: BuNo 156767, VA-174 and BuNo 156757, VA-174.
Russian carrier-based, assault-transport, co-axial rotor, twin tail helicopter. Kit has engraved panel and rivet detail, cockpit and cargo bay interior, detailed twin-rotorhead, separate cockpit doors, fine external accents, A242 cannon and stub wings. Also includes ample external stores: PTB-450 fuel tanks (x2), 9M114 Shturm launchers (x8), B-8 rocket pods (x4), UB-32 rocket pods (x2), UPK-23 gun pods (x2), GUV gun pods (x2), KMGU-2 cluster bombs (x2) and bombs FAB-50, 250, 100, 500 (2 each). Decals and color painting reference for 2 Russian aircraft: 'Red 23' of Mistral LHD Helicopter Squadron, 2010 and 'Red 71' of the 830th Helicopter Regiment at Severomorsk, 1994.
The BTR-80 is an 8x8 wheeled amphibious armored personnel carrier (APC) designed in the USSR, it was adopted in 1986 and replaced the previous vehicles, the BTR-60 and BTR-70, in the Soviet Army and was first deployed during the Soviet war in Afghanistan. Kit features 1-piece lower and upper hull with separate turret and hinged hatches, separate tools and equipment, filigree grab bars, detailed driveline with rubber tires, turret machine guns, smoke grenade dischargers. Decals and markings for a single vehicle.
US Navy Flight IIA Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer. Kit features choice full or waterline hull, fully detailed upperworks, Mk 45 deck gun, Phalanx CIWS, VLS missile launchers, torpedo tubes, light weapons, ship's boats, clear-molded SH-60B helicopters (1with extended and 1 with folded rotors), filigree antennae and display stand. Also includes photo-etch parts (deck railings, helipad netting, mast yards and braces, antennae, AN/SPY-1 radar panels and vertical launch array panels). Finished model is approximately 8.7" long. 4-view color painting guide provides placement reference for decals representing jacks, ensigns and aircraft insignia plus markings for hull, superstructure and decks.
The GAZ M1 was a passenger car produced by the Russian automaker GAZ between 1936 and 1943, at their plant in Gorky in the former Soviet Union, present day Nizhny Novgorod (since 1990) in Russia. Kit features fully rendered likeness 8-cylinder engine and driveline, detailed chassis frame, separately molded exhaust and fuel tank, injection molded tires, fully appointed passenger interior (upholstery texture seats), doors and hood can be opened, clear parts for (windshield, windows and headlights) - Includes decals and painting reference.
The GAZ Tiger is a Russian 4x4, multipurpose, all-terrain infantry mobility vehicle manufactured by GAZ, first delivered to the Russian Army in 2006. Primarily used by the Russian Federation's armed forces, it is also used by numerous other countries and organizations. Kit has multi-part frame with exterior detail, separate doors, detailed drivers and cabin interior, optional doors, AGS-17 30mm automatic grenade launcher and Pecheneg 7.62mm MG with roof ring mount with optional hatch, separately molded on-vehicle tools and equipment, detailed driveline with rubber tires and spare with rack, film for side mirrors, clear accents (headlights, windshield and windows). Decals and markings for a single vehicle - includes license plate and dash panel gauges.
Beasts of burden - FAMO heavy German halftrack and 22 ton transporter - tractor kit features highly detailed chassis frame, engine, transmission, cab and bed. Includes individual link or vinyl track lengths, vinyl tires, acetate windshield and removable hood panels. Trailer kit has detailed frame, bed and 2 sets of wheeled bogies (with rear steering cab). Includes winch with thread for cable, metal chain and vinyl tires. Decals and painting guide for a single vehicle set.
The Panzerkampfwagen 38(t) was originally a Czech tank of pre-World War II design. After Czechoslovakia was taken over by Germany, it was adopted by the German Army, seeing service in the invasions of Poland, France and Russia. Kit has multi-part frame, crisp exterior detail with rivet heads, separate hatches, road wheels and suspension, individual link track, separate tools and equipment, 3.7 cm KwK main gun and turret machine gun with detail, vision/pistol port (open/closed), photo-etch (grilles, brackets, straps and more accents), clear parts (vision ports and more), 3/4 figure with alternate headgear. Decals and markings for (6) tanks: (x2) 204 Panzer Regiment, 22 Panzer Division, Crimea 1941-1942; 25 Panzer Regiment, 7 Panzer Division, Russia 1942; 19 Panzer Division, Russia 1942 and 10 Panzer Regiment, 8 panzer Division, Russia 1941.