1/72 scale. F4F-4 Wildcat Easy Assembly. HobbyBoss. Easy Assembly kit. 17 parts, decal for: VF-3 USS Lexington and VF-41 USS Ranger, Atlantic 1941.
1/72 scale. Messerschmitt Bf 109G-6 (Late) Easy Assembly. HobbyBoss. Easy Assembly kit. 30 parts, decal for:VII./JG 3 Germany 1944 and JG 50 Germany.
1/72 scale. Focke-Wulf Fw 190D-9 Easy Assembly. HobbyBoss. Easy Assembly kit. 26 parts, decal for: JV 44 Germany 1945 and IV./JG 3 1945.
Injection-molded workable link track for Chinese type 99 tank kits.
The first D.III fighters reached front during July of 1917, and soon the order was increased to 370 planes. Pilots reported that the D.III had excellent maneuverability, visibility, good climb, and speed. But the gun placement inside the fuselage was not to the pilots liking and the pilots recommended installing the weapon above the engine (at eye level).
Plastic model kit of the T-80, a third-generation main battle tank (MBT) designed and manufactured in the Soviet Union, entered service in 1976, it was the first MBT in the world to feature a powerful multifuel turbine engine as its main propulsion engine. Kit has 50+ parts, 2 sprues, single piece lower hull, upper hull with exterior detail, detailed turret, hinged turret hatches, single piece main gun barrel, 12.7 mm turret gun with assemblies, cylindrical fuel drums, trench log, fenders with storage boxes, running gear with simplified track. Decals and 5-view painting reference for (4) tanks in camouflage schemes. Length: 280.2mm Width: 107.3mm
Wehrmacht prototype fighting vehicle mounting a modified 10.5 cm gun on a modified Panzer IV open-topped chassis. Kit has detailed hull exterior with crisp surface features, single-piece injection-molded track loops with integral outboard wheels and sprockets (individual inner wheels and sprocket halves), separately molded jack and gun travel lock and well represented fighting compartment interior with full gun breech detail. Decals and 5-view painting guide for a single German vehicle.
Ludewig-built Wehrmacht late Model W.39 transport bus built on an Opel Blitz truck chassis. Kit features chassis frame with separately molded suspension and exhaust, full engine and driveline, detailed dash and driver's seat, full passenger interior (bench seats), segmented hood panels, well represented on-vehicle equipment, Notek lamp, injection-molded wheel/tire assemblies, acetate window glazing and photo-etch parts (roof luggage rack, rear ladder, rearview mirror, windshield wipers and clearance indicators). Decals and painting reference for 2 vehicles: 1st Panzer Division in Ukraine, November 1943 and from a Red Army captured example of the 1st Ukrainian Front during summer 1944 - includes registration plates, tactical symbols and printed paper Soviet propaganda signs.
Chengdu indigenous Chinese multi-role, all-weather, delta-wing/canard, fighter aircraft. Features engraved panel lines, detailed tandem cockpits, multi-part optional position canopy, separately molded flaps and ailerons, boxed-in wheel wells, refueling probe and armament (4 drop tanks and 2 each PL-8, PL-11 and PL-12 air-to-air missiles). Decals and color painting guide for People's Liberation Army Air Force aircraft - includes instrument panel and console markings.
Soviet post-WWII towed field artillery. Kit features detailed gun (longitudinally split barrel and muzzle brake) with multi-part breech, twin recuperators, well represented sight, fine gun laying mechanisms, thin-molded shield with sliding center plate, carriage with pivoting split trails, stabilizing spades, towing eye, vinyl tires and photo-etch details. Completed model is adjustable in azimuth and elevation and may be assembled in firing or transport configuration. 5-view color painting guide depicts a typical field gun.
Boeing Vertol versatile, twin-engine, tandem rotor heavy-lift helicopter kit. Features engraved panel lines, fully detailed cockpit and cargo bay interior, separately molded fuselage doors including optional lowered rear loading ramp and pre-drooped rotors. Decals color painting guide for 3 US Army aircraft - includes stencils
Plastic kit has detailed cockpit and twin-engine, various air-to-surface and air-to-air weapons, decals for (4) variations: AH-64D 07-7029 US Army Camp Humphreys, South Korea 2010; AH-64D 99-5118 US Army Iraq 2003; AH-64D 07-7031 US Army; AH-64D 99-5102 US Army Iraq 2003.
Plastic model kit of the Bumerang APC, an amphibious wheeled armored personnel carrier being developed for the Russian Army. The Bumerang was first seen in public (initially with its turret and cannon shrouded) during rehearsals for the 2015 Moscow Victory Day Parade.
Republic's supersonic, fighter-bomber, 2-seat Suppression of Enemy Air Defenses (SEAD) variant. Kit. The features recessed panel lines/rivets, detailed cockpits, gun bay detail, separately molded ailerons and flaps, 2-piece canopies, optional position speed brakes and refueling probe plus external stores (AGM-45 missiles (x4), AGM-78 missiles (x2), ALQ-87 pods (x2), wing tanks and centerline drop tank). Decals and color painting guide for 3 USAF aircraft: s/n 62-4440, 17th WWS, 388th TFW; s/n 63-8321, 516th TFS, 388th TFW and s/n 62-4444, 128th TFS - includes stencils, instrument panels and consoles.
British single-seat, straight wing, carrier capable, jet fighter serving with the Royal Navy's Fleet Air Arm. Kit features engraved panel lines, detailed cockpit and wheel wells, turbine face detail, optional position flaps, tail pipe, optional ventral fuel tank fairing, 2-piece canopy and photo-etch parts. Decals and color painting guide for 2 Royal Navy aircraft: WP493 and WP496 - includes instrument panel markings.
1/700 scale. USS Momsen DDG-82. HobbyBoss. 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 photoetch 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.
USS Forrest Sherman (DDG-98) is an Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer in the United States Navy. She is named for Admiral Forrest Percival Sherman, and is the second US Navy ship to bear the name. She is part of Destroyer Squadron 28. August 7, 2003 the keel was laid at the Ingalls shipyard in Mississippi, Pascagoula, was launched on 2 October 2004, in service on 28 January 2006. Kit has five sprues, upper hull, lower hull, superstructure, decks and waterline plate, upper hull made from multi-directional slide moulds, separate sonar due to her sphere, full hull version or waterline version can be selected, SH-60B included, display stand and name plate and photoetch parts.Completed model is approximately 8.72 long.
1/35 scale. Soviet BA-20 Armored Car Mod. 1937. HobbyBoss. The BA-20 was an armored car developed in the Soviet Union in 1934. It was intended to replace the FAI and its field trials were completed in 1935. The BA-20 was then used in the early stages of World War II. Kit features interior with (seats, drive control and gauges), detailed exterior with separate tools, one-piece upper hull with separate (doors, turret and hatches), optional hatches and engine doors, separate on-vehicle tools and equipment including tool box, multi-part driveline and suspension assemblies, exhaust system, radiator and positionable louvers, rubber tires with spare and rack, 7.62mm DT machine gun, detailed GAZ-M1 engine, clear parts for headlights and photoetch accents (engine, exhaust). Decals and five-view color reference for five (5) vehicles in overall camouflage Green - includes dash gauges.
1/35 scale. Soviet BA-20 Armored Car Mod. 1939. HobbyBoss. The BA-20 was an armored car developed in the Soviet Union in 1934 and was then used in the early stages of World War II. Kit features detailed exterior, interior with (seats, drive control, dashboard and gauges), one-piece upper hull, separate turret, optional (vision ports, hatches and doors), separate on-vehicle tools and equipment including tool boxes, multi-part driveline and suspension assemblies, exhaust system, radiator, rubber tires with spare and cover, 7.62mm DT machine gun, detailed GAZ-M1 engine, clear accents (headlights) and photoetch accents (engine and exhaust pipes). Decals and five-view color reference for vehicles in two (2) camouflage schemes - includes dash gauges.
The Fairchild C-119 Flying Boxcar (Navy and Marine Corps designation R4Q) was an American military transport aircraft developed from the World War II-era Fairchild C-82 Packet, designed to carry cargo, personnel, litter patients, and mechanized equipment, and to drop cargo and troops by parachute. Kit features engraved surface detail, separately molded propeller blades and spinners, well rendered nacelles, radial engine faces, detailed landing gear, filigree antennae and injection-molded transparent parts. Decals and color painting guide for 1 aircraft: USAF, 63rd TCS, 403rd TCG, Kimpo Air Base, Korea, 1952.
1/35 scale. Soviet T-37 Amphibious Light Tank - Early. HobbyBoss. The T-37 was a Soviet amphibious light tank, it was first created in 1932 based on the British Vickers tankette and other operational amphibious tanks. The T-37 was the first series of mass-produced fully amphibious tanks in the world. Kit has one-piece lower hull, separately molded hatches and on-vehicle equipment, hatches can be open or closed, turret with movable MG, photoetch parts, detailed running gear and individual tracks links. Five-view color painting guide for one (1) vehicle.
Soviet light tank derived from the T-40S. From September 1941, a number of T-30 tanks equipped with ShVAK 20mm automatic cannon (Beitan 750 rounds), this is the last kind of development model. Kit has detailed exterior, one piece lower hull, separately molded hatch and on-vehicle equipment, hatch can be open or closed, metal gun barrel, copper wire, detailed running gear and individual tracks links, photo-etch parts. Decals and color painting guide for 2 vehicles.
1/35 scale. Soviet T-37A Light Tank (Podolsk). HobbyBoss. The T-37A was a Soviet amphibious light tank created in 1932 based on the British Vickers tankette and other operational amphibious tanks. It was the first series of mass-produced fully amphibious tanks in the world. 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 injection molded tow cable. Decals and five-view color painting guide for four (4) vehicles.
The Shenyang J-15 (Chinese), also known as Flying Shark, is a carrier-based fighter aircraft in development by the Shenyang Aircraft Corporation and the 601 Institute for the Chinese People's Liberation Army Navy's aircraft carriers. Kit features engraved panel lines, well appointed cockpit and ejection seat, compressor turbine faces, afterburners, detailed intakes, well rendered landing gear and wheel bays, optional control surfaces and flaps, optional position speed brake, optional 2-piece canopy, photo-etch (exterior accents, speed brake, intake and other accents), external stores (KG LGB (x2), YJ-12 (x2), PL-8 (x2), PL-12 (x4), KD-88 (x2). Decals and color painting reference for (2) aircraft - includes instrument panel and consoles, stencil data and markings, weapons markings and data.
Special Edition 2'n1, 70th Anniversary of Normandy Invasion 1944-2014. P-47D features engraved panel lines, basic cockpit, double Wasp engine, one piece cowling, choice of 2 propellers, 2-piece canopy, wheel wells with positionable landing gear and armament (M64 500lb bomb, 108 gal drop tank and 75 gal drop tank). FW109A-8 features engraved panel lines, basic cockpit, radial engine, 3-piece canopy, wheel wells with positionable landing gear and armament (ETC 501 bomb rack, SC 500 bomb and 300 lb drop tank). Decals and painting reference for (3) P-47-22: 42-26057 and 42-26056, 63rd FS 56th FG England June 1944; 42-26316 63rd FS 56th FG England June 1944 "Sprit of Crawford Missouri" and (1) for FW 109A-8: Oberstleutnant Josef Priller's mount on D-Day 1944.
Detailed replica with Multi-Colored Parts - no painting needed, Assembles without glue, May be finished with stickers or decals included, Accurate, finely engraved panel lines and rivet details.
Like the earlier BRDM-1, the BRDM-2 is a fully armored, four-wheel drive, amphibious reconnaissance vehicle with two pairs of belly wheels and a centralized tire pressure regulation system for increased cross-country capability and a single water jet for propulsion through water. Kit consists of over 270 parts, multi-slide molded lower hull, upper hull, Rubber tires w/fine detail, Photo-etched parts, copper cable. Decals and markings for 2 vehicles - includes instrument panel.
Plastic model kit of the Kliment Voroshilov (KV) tanks, a series of Soviet heavy tanks named after the Soviet defense commissar and politician Kliment Voroshilov and used by the Red Army during World War II. The KV series were known for their heavy armor protection during the early part of the war, especially during the first year of the German invasion of the Soviet Union. Kit consists of over 320 parts, single piece lower hull, upper hull with separate fenders, separate turret, hinged hatches, brass wire tow cable, single piece gun barrel, drivers ball mounted machine gun, separate on-vehicle storage boxes with latch detail, detailed suspension with (sprockets, road wheels, idlers, length and individual track links), photoetch (engine grilles and other exterior accents). Decals and 5-view color painting reference for a single tank in overall green camouflage. Length: 276.7mm Width: 95mm
1st Grumman-built jet fighter/bomber originally powered by Allison J33, kit features recessed panel lines, detailed cockpit, wheel bays, photo-etch instrument panel, film instruments, separately molded speed brakes, trailing-edge flaps and optional folded wings. Also features external stores (x2) 500 lb bombs, (x6) 10opy. Decals for 3 US Navy aircraft in overall Sea Blue: F9F-3 BuNo 122581, VF-51 (x2) and BuNo 123031, VF-24.