1/350 scale. French Navy Tiomphant SSBN. HobbyBoss. Modern Marine Nationale nuclear ballistic missile submarine, lead ship of her class. Kit has two-piece full hull with engraved surface features, display stand, photoetch 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
1/72 scale. Mi-8T "Hip C" HobbyBoss. 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'.
1/35 scale. Chinese ZSL-92A Armored Personnel Carrier. HobbyBoss. Chinese 6X6 wheeled armored personnel carrier armed with a shielded 12.7mm machine gun. Kit has detailed suspension, separate access hatches and on-vehicle equipment, open-top shielded fighting compartment interior, vinyl tires, acetate windscreen panels and photoetch parts (brush guards, exhaust shroud and grilles). Decals and color painting reference for 2 typical People's Liberation Army vehicles plus additional numerals 0-9 for alternate designations.
1/72 scale. Mi-2URP Anti-Tank Helicopter. HobbyBoss. 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.
Mitsubishi military 1/2 ton truck and small SUV, Shin variant as adapted for use by Japanese.Kit features curbside chassis frame with separate exhaust and driveline, detailed suspension, fully appointed passenger interior, separate doors and hood, communications radio, jerry can, individual windshield wipers, cloth texture top, vinyl tires and photo-etch detail parts. Decals and color painting guide for (2) vehicles.
1/35 scale. Panzer Kpfw. 38(t) Ausf. G. HobbyBoss. 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), photoetch (grilles, brackets, straps and more accents), clear parts (vision ports and more). Decals and markings for (6) tanks: Command Vehicle; 1st Armored Division, Estergom, Hungary 1942; 9th Company Armored Brigade, Sofia 1944; Slovakia 1944; 21st Panzer Regiment, 20th Panzer Division, Russia 1943 and 25th Panzer Regiment, 7th Panzer Division, Russia 1941.
1/35 scale. Soviet T-38 Amphibious Tank. HobbyBoss. Designed in 1934-36 by N. Astrov's bureau at Factory No. 37 in Moscow, the T-38 was a development of the earlier T-37, based in turn on the French AMR 33 light reconnaissance tank. The light amphibious tank saw service during World War II. `Kit features one-piece lower hull, upper hull with exterior detail, two-piece turret with separate hinged hatch, 7.62mm DT machine gun, detailed running gear with idler and sprocket wheels, individual track links, separate (tools, handholds and fittings), photoetch parts and wire tow cable. Decals and 5-view color painting guide for (2) vehicles.
1/144 scale. Avia B.534 Late Series Quattro Combo Super44. Eduard. The Avia B-534 is a Czechoslovak biplane produced during the Interwar period between the Great War and World War II. Kit contains four (4) complete models, late variants, 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, six underwing bombs and optional canopy. Decals and color markings for eight (8) aircraft: c/n 516, I./JGr Drontheim, Grove Air Base, Denmark, 1941; 4th serie, Gendarme Aviation Patrol, Hradec Králové Air Base, Czechoslovakia, Summer, 1937; 4th serie, Air Regiment 4, 34th Squadron, Hradec Králové Air Base, Czechoslovakia, Summer, 1937; 4th serie, IVth international Aviation Meeting, Zürich, 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 panels.
The 122mm D-74 towed gun is a Soviet built gun. Developed in the late 1950s it provided direct/indirect fire for the Soviet Army. Today it is in reserve units with the Russian Army. Kit features detailed breech, ammo cases with rounds, thin-molded gun shield, elevating gun and pivoting trails, rubber tires, photo etch parts, separately molded weapons and equipment. May be assembled in firing or transport configuration. Decals and color painting guide for (1) standard scheme.
1/35 scale. Panzerkampfwagen IV Ausf.B. HobbyBoss. The Panzerkampfwagen IV (PzKpfw IV), commonly known as the Panzer IV, was a German medium tank developed in the late 1930s and used extensively during the Second World War. Kit features exterior detail, one piece lower hull, multipart upper hull, separate turret and hatches, turret with detailed exterior and interior surface, pistol port/vision port open/closed, cupola armor open/closed, multipiece gun barrel and MG 34 machine gun, separately molded on-vehicle tools and equipment, braided wire tow cable, smoke grenades, detailed suspension (sprockets, boogies, road wheels, idlers) individual track links, clear and photoetch details. Decals and painting reference for (6) tanks: 4/Panzer Regiment 7, 10 Panzer Division, France 1940; 5 Panzer Division, Poland 1940; 5 Panzer Division, France 1939-1940; 1 Panzer Division, France 1940 and (x2) Unknown.
1/48 scale. Messerschmitt Bf 109G-2. Easy Assembly kit. HobbyBoss. 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 three-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. Günther Rall, 13+ - includes stencil data and instrument panel.
1/35 scale. LAV-150 APC with 90mm MECAR Gun. HobbyBoss. Cadillac Gage/Textron-built rugged 4x4 amphibious APC multi-purpose vehicle armed with 90mm turret mounted gun. Kit has fully detailed exterior with suspension and differential/axles housings plus interior detail (driver's compartment and engine housing). Also includes vinyl tires, turret bustle, smoke grenade dispensers, M60 MGs (x2), separately molded hatches and on-vehicle equipment plus brass chain. Color painting guide for a single typical vehicle.
1/35 scale. Soviet GAZ-A Cargo Truck. HobbyBoss. Ford licensed the manufacture of the Model A and AA to a variety of nations, notably the Soviet Union. This truck was the first mass produced truck in the Soviet Union and the standard workhorse of the Red Army during WWII. Kit features interior with textured seat, multi-piece cab with separate doors, two-piece hood optional open/closed, engine and engine bay, detailed radiator face, multi-part frame and suspension, rubber tires, wood textured bed and side rails, clear parts (windshield, windows and lights) and photo etch parts. Decals and five-view color painting guide for a single vehicle.
1/35 scale. Leichter Panzerspähwagen Pz.Sp.Wg. (Sd.Kfy.221). HobbzBoss. The Leichter Panzerspähwagen was a series of light four-wheel drive armored cars produced by Nazi Germany from 1935 to 1944. Sd.Kfz.221 base model and first production series of light armored car built on a standardized chassis for military use. Kit features complete chassis frame, engine with driveline, transmission, radiator and fan, rubber tires, cloth textured spare tire cover, excellent driver's and fighting compartment interiors, separately molded on-vehicle equipment, jerry cans, clear parts for lights, separate turret and hatches, Maschinengewehr 34 guns and photoetch detail (interior, mounts, brackets and more). Decals and five-view color painting guide for one (1) German Army -includes dash panel and plates.
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.
1/72 scale. Fiat G.91R NATO Air Forces. Meng. The Fiat G.91 was an Italian jet fighter aircraft designed and built by Fiat Aviazione, which later merged into Aeritalia. G.91 has its origins in the NATO-organized NBMR-1 competition in 1953, which sought a light fighter-bomber 'Light Weight Strike Fighter' to be adopted as standard equipment across the air forces of the various NATO nations. Kit features engraved panel lines, detailed cockpit, detailed wheel wells and optional undercarriage, optional (canopy and speed brakes), armament (12.7 mm M2 Browning machine guns, under-wing pylons, drop tanks, M64 Bombs, LAU-51 rocket launchers, LAU-32 rocket launchers and LAU-3 rocket launchers). Decals and markings for (3) aircraft: Italian Air Force, Treviso Air Force Base, 1985; Portuguese Air Force, Mozambique, 1970 and Waffenschule 50 (Weapon School 50), 'NATO' 'Black Sky', exercise, 1970 - includes stencil data and markings, weapons markings.
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.
Canadian light 'Armoured Vehicle General Purpose' based on the 6-wheeled MOWAG Piranha, tank trainer and fire support variant. Kit features lower hull with detailed driveline and suspension, separate hatches and on-vehicle equipment, smoke grenade launchers, clear-molded periscope lenses and windscreen glazing, turned metal gun barrel, vinyl tires and photo-etch parts (small brackets and covers). Decals and color painting guide for 2 Canadian Armed Forces vehicles: green and black camouflage and overall white UN scheme.
1/35 scale. Befehlsfahrzeug auf Fgst. Pz.Kpfw.35 R 731(f). HobbyBoss. The Renault R35 was a French light infantry tank of the Second World War. Designed from 1933 and produced from 1936, the type was intended as a light infantry support tank, equipping autonomous tank battalions, that would be allocated to individual infantry divisions to assist them in executing offensive operations. To this end it was relatively well-armoured but slow and lacking a good antitank-capacity, fitted with a short 37mm gun. At the outbreak of the war, the antitank-role was more emphasized leading to the development and eventual production from April 1940 of a subtype with a more powerful, longer gun, the Renault R40. It was planned to shift new production capacity to the manufacture of other, faster types, but due to the defeat of France the R35/40 remained the most numerous French tank of the war, about 1685 vehicles having been produced in June 1940. At that moment it had also been exported to Poland, Romania, Turkey, and Yugoslavia. For the remainder of the war Germany and its allies would use captured vehicles, some of them rebuilt into tank destroyers. This kit contains parts molded in brown and beige plastic and includes photoetched parts. Completed kit measures about 120mm long and 55.3mm wide.
22mm gun M1938 was a Soviet field gun developed in late 1930s by combining the barrel of the 122mm gun M1931 (A-19) and the carriage of the 152mm howitzer-gun M1937 (ML-20). Post World War II the M-30 saw combat in numerous conflicts of the mid- to late twentieth century in service of other countries' armies, notably in the Middle East. Kit features detailed gun and carriage, thin-molded gun shield, metal gun barrel, vinyl tires, wood textured ammo cases with rounds, elevating gun and pivoting trails, photo etch parts, separately molded weapons and equipment. May be assembled in firing or transport configuration. Decals and 5-view color painting guide for (1) standard scheme.
1/35 scale. Sturmpanzer VI Mid-Production Sd.Kfz.166. HobbyBoss. The Sturmpanzer (Sturmpanzer 43 or Sd.Kfz. 166) was a German armored infantry support gun based on the Panzer IV chassis used in the Second World War. It was used at the Battles of Kursk, Anzio, Normandy, and was deployed in the Warsaw Uprising. Kit features one-piece lower and multipart upper hull, detailed suspension (sprockets, road wheels, idlers and individual track links), separate hatches, pistol port/vision port open/closed, detailed engine deck, 2-piece gun barrel, detailed gun mechanism, MG 34 machine gun, tow cable and other filigree parts, clear parts (vision port and periscope), photoetch (side skirts and other accents). Decals and markings for (x3) Abt.216, Italy, 1944.
1/48 scale. Albatros D.III Weekend Edition. Eduard. 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 two (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.
1/35 scale. Dingo Mk.II Scout Car with Crew Pz.Kmpf. Mk.I 202. Miniart. The World War II Daimler Scout Car, known in service as the Daimler 'Dingo' (after the Australian wild dog), was a British light fast four-wheel drive reconnaissance vehicle also used in the liaison role during the Second World War. Kit features crisp raised and recessed surface textures, weld seams, posable front and rear wheels, fully appointed drivers and crew interior, optional folding roof, detailed suspension, injection-molded tires, separate hatches and on-vehicle tools and equipment including storage boxes, Bren light machine gun, Enfield rifle, two crew figures and photoetch accents (interior and exterior fine details). Decals and color reference for (3) vehicles: 'B' Squadron, 2nd Derbyshire Yeomanry, Tunisia, North Africa, 1943; sPz.Abt.503, France, Summer 1944 and Regimental HQ, Royal Canadian Dragoons, 1st Canadian Corps, UK, Spring 1943 - includes markings for figures.
1/72 scale. Lightning T.Mk.4. Sword. The English Electric Lightning was a supersonic jet fighter aircraft of the Cold War era. T. 4 - two-seat side-by-side training version, based on the F.1A. Features engraved panel lines, well appointed cockpit with (photoetch) and (resin) ejection seats, resin engine nozzles, intake trunking, wheel wells and optional undercarriage, separately molded flaps, optional position canopy and external stores. Decals and painting guide for two aircraft: XM 989/X 56sq RAF GB 1963 and XM 995/T 92sq RAF Gutersloh Germany 1976 - includes stencil data.
1/35 scale. PLA PLL05 120mm Self-Propelled Mortar-Howitzer. HobbyBoss. The PLL05 120-mm self-propelled mortar system is a recent Chinese development, however it resembles Russian mortar systems. Kit has single-piece upper and lower hull with crisp exterior features, well represented suspension elements, six (6) vinyl tires, separately molded pioneer tools and on-vehicle equipment, one-piece turret with separately molded hatches, rear basket, smoke dischargers, anti-aircraft machine gun, clear-molded vision blocks and windscreen panels and photoetch parts (headlight grilles, grilles and fine accents). Decals and 5-view color painting guide for two (2) vehicles.
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.
1/35 scale. Soviet GAZ-AAA Cargo Truck. HobbyBoss. Ford licensed the manufacture of the Model A and AA to a variety of nations, notably the Soviet Union. This truck was the first mass produced truck in the Soviet Union and the standard workhorse of the Red Army during WWII. GAZ-AAA 6x4 truck (1934-1943) - three axle version. Kit features interior with textured seat, multi-piece cab with separate doors, two-piece hood optional open/closed, engine and engine bay, detailed radiator face, multi-part frame and suspension, rubber tires, wood textured bed and side rails, clear parts (windshield, windows and lights) and photo etch parts. Decals and five-view color painting reference for two (2) vehicles.
1/48 scale. Grumman FM-1 Wildcat. HobbyBoss. 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.