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RAF Panavia Tornado GR.4/GR.4A
Cod. XTRA310-72 Disponibile
1/72 RAF Panavia Tornado GR.4/GR.4A Special & Retirement Schemes (8) Tornado GR.4 ZD716 ‘DH’ crewed by Flt. Lt. N. Shawyer and Wg. Cdr. M. J. Bressani. 31 Sqn RAF Marham March 2019 Tornado GR.4 ZG752 crewed by Sqn. Ldr. I. Dornan and Sqn. Ldr. S. Beardmore IX(B) & 31 Sqn RAF Marham March 2019 Tornado GR.4 ZG775 ‘AF’ crewed by Wg. Cdr. J. D. Heeps and Sqn. Ldr. C. A. Bostrom IX(B) Sqn RAF Marham March 2019 Tornado GR.4 ZA560 ‘EB.Q’ crewed by Flt. Lt. B. Fusco and Sqn. Ldr. M. J. Hark 100 year anniversary of 41 Squadron, RAF41(R) TES Sqn RAF Coningsby 2017 Tornado GR.4 ZD752 ‘129’ 100 year anniversary of the Royal Air Force, RAF Marham March 2018 Tornado GR.4A ZA369 ‘003’ 40 year anniversary of Panavias’ involvement with the Tornado XIII Sqn RAF Leuchars 2009 Tornado GR.4A ZA401 ‘012’ 30 years of Tornado service, II(AC) Sqn RAF Marham June 2012 F-35B Lightning II ZM148 617 Sqn RAF Marham Janurary 2019
Cod. FCM-72046 Disponibile
1/72 Northrop F-5B/F-5E/F-5F (FAB) Tiger II Brazil Air Force
FOKKER FIGHTERS (7) DR 1
Cod. FCM-72018 Disponibile
1/72 Fokker Fighters (7) Dr 1 (1) Jasta 6 Lt Hans Kirchstein, blacl.white bands on wings and fuselage; DII (1) Kest.4b 1916 black/white rear fuselage; D VII (5) Jasta 40 Carl Degelow Stag on fuslage; Jasta 18 Vzfw.Glatz, Lt Raben, Lt Kustne
de Havilland Rapide in Civilian Service
Cod. XTRA312-72 Disponibile
1/72 de Havilland Rapide in Civilian Service (6) G-ADDD operated by the King’s Flight 1935. G-ADAL operated by Hillman’s Airways December 1934. G-ASKO operated by Mayflower Air Services 1964-65. HB-APA operated by Swissair Dubendorf (LSMD) Switzerland 1948. G-AHLF operated by Westland Aircraft Ltd 1958. OY-DIN operated by Det Danske Luftfartselskab A/S Rønne Denmark 1945.
de Havilland Dominie/Rapide
Cod. XTRA311-72 Disponibile
1/72 de Havilland Dominie/Rapide in Military Service (11) Dominie X7524 of Misr Airwork based in Egypt 1943. Dominie A33-3 of No.1 Air Observers School Royal Australian Air Force based at Cootamundra New South Wales Australia 1943. Dominie C.1 NZ523 of Fiji Communications Flight Royal New Zealand Air Force based in Fiji 1944-45. Dominie X7524 of 27th Air Transport Group Eighth Air Force United States Army Air Corps based at Abbots Ripton UK 1943 Dominie X7394 of 782 Naval Air Squadron Royal Navy based at RNAS Donibristle UK 1946. Dominie ‘D2 of 367e Escadrille 169 Wing Belgian Air Force based at Evere Belgium 1957 Dominie ‘03’ of Israeli Air Force based in Israel 19 48. Dominie ‘V.3’/ ‘Gelderland’ of 1 TranportVliegtuigAfdeling LuchtStrijdKrachten Royal Netherlands Air Force 1949. Dominie ‘2307’ of Portuguese Air Force 1952. Rapide 6311/‘2’ of Escuadron ‘Alas Rojas’ Spanish Republican Air Force Spain August 1936. Rapide ‘1402’ of 61 Squadron South African Air Force 1940.
Blackburn Buccaneer S.2
Cod. XTRA307-72 Disponibile
1/72 Blackburn Buccaneer S.2 Collection Part.1 (10) Buccaneer S.2 XW550/X 16 Sqn RAF Laarbruch West Germany 1977. Buccaneer S.2 XV357 612/LM 803 NAS Royal Navy RAF Lossiemouth 1971. Buccaneer S.2 XT287 237 OCU RAF Honington 1972. Buccaneer S.2 XT277/H 809 NAS Royal Navy HMS Hermes 1960's. Buccaneer S.2 XT270/C 12 Sqn RAF Honington 1972. Buccaneer S.2 XV867 655/LM 736 NAS Royal Navy RAF Lossiemouth 1970. Buccaneer S.2B XV345 XV1/2 XV Squadron RAF Laarbruch West Germany 1979. Buccaneer S.2 XN977/230 801 NAS Royal Navy HMS Victorious 1966. Buccaneer S.2 XT281/281 Unknown Squadron Royal Air Force 1981. Buccaneer S.50 G-2-1 South African Air Force 1970s.
Blackburn Buccaneer S.2
Cod. XTRA308-72 Disponibile
1/72 Blackburn Buccaneer S.2 Collection Part.2 (11) Buccaneer S.2B XX895 208 Sqn RAF Lossiemouth 1993 Buccaneer S.2 XN981 981 208 Sqn RAF Lossiemouth late 1983. Buccaneer S.2 XT275 235/H 801 NAS Royal Navy HMS Hermes 1970. Buccaneer S.2 XX901 901 216 Sqn RAF Honington 1980. Buccaneer S.2 XV344 809 NAS Royal Navy RAF Lossiemouth 1969. Buccaneer S.2B XX892 I/Glen Lossie based at RAF Lossiemouth but detached to Dhahran Saudi Arabia during Operation Granby 1990 Buccaneer S.2 XX901 208 Sqn based at RAF Lossiemouth but participated in Red Flag meet Nevada USA 1977 Buccaneer S.2 XV869 869/4 208 Sqn RAF Honington 1981. Buccaneer S.2 XV333 234 801 NAS Royal Navy RAF Lossiemouth 1967. Buccaneer S.2B XW986 of Aeroplane and Armament Experimental Establishment (A&AEE) RAF Boscombe Down 1974. Buccaneer S.2 XW529 of Royal Aircraft Establishment RAF Boscombe Down 1980
REGIA AERONAUTICA NATIONAL INSIGNA
Cod. TAURO-722106 Disponibile
1/72 REGIA AERONAUTICA NATIONAL INSIGNA FROM 28/07/1943 TO 21/09/1943 REGIA AERONAUTICA - INSEGNE NAZIONALI FRA IL 28/07/1943 AL 21/09/1943
Cod. BT7267 Disponibile
1/72 Sukhoi Su-34 Decal with opportunity make all known at now days Su-34s - prototypes and all Su-34s from the Russian Air Force, include aircraft from RuAF group in Syria with mission markings. Full stencil set for one aircraft and fill complect of external armament. Including two big size decals sheet, two small size decal sheet, 8-pages big size instruction and 1 pages small size instruction.
FAM Lockheed T-33 Mexico
Cod. AZT-D7261 Disponibile
1/72 FAM Lockheed T-33 Mexico
Vought F4U Corsair
Cod. PS-72351 Disponibile
1/72 Chance Vought F4U Corsair Salvador 1. FG-1D. Unit: Escuadrilla 2, Escuadron Caza Bombardeo, Fuerza Aerea Salvadorena. Serial: FAS-205. Circa 1965. The second batch of FG-1D's supplied to El Salvador wore a camouflage in dark blue. It remains unclear if this was the same 'mid-nite' as used on FAH Corsairs, or some other shade. The example depicted here, serialled '205', also had the FAS insignia applied behind the engine cowling. Despite intensive efforts on the part of FAS technicians, the FG-1D '205; did not become operational during the 1969 War. 2. Goodyear FG-1D. Unit: Escuadrilla 2, Escuadron Caza Bombardeo, Fuerza Aerea Salvadorena. Serial: FAS-220 El Salvador, middle of 1960's. 3. FG-1D. Unit: Escuadrilla 2, Escuadron Caza Bombardeo, Fuerza Aerea Salvadorena. Serial: FAS-201 (BuNo.67087) Circa 1965. Earlier in the 1960s, the FAS FG-1 Corsairs were painted in Gull Gray overall, and had the large service title applied on the sides of the rear fuselage, as well as national colours on the rudder and wingtips. This aircraft was not operational in 1969. 4. Goodyear FG-1D. Unit: Escuadrilla 2, Escuadron Caza Bombardeo, Fuerza Aerea Salvadorena. Serial: FAS-220. 5. Goodyear FG-1D. Unit: Escuadron de Caza, Fuerza Aerea Salvadorena. Serial: FAS-215 (BuNo.92629). Circa 1968. 6. FG-1D. Unit: Escuadrilla 2, Escuadron Caza Bombardeo, Fuerza Aerea Salvadorena. Serial: FAS-207 (BuNo.92460) Ilopango AB, 1969. The markings painted crudely over American. 7. Goodyear FG-1D. Unit: Escuadrilla 2, Escuadron Caza Bombardeo, Fuerza Aerea Salvadorena. Serial: FAS-219 FAS FG-1 was this example that has got an even heavier camouflage. The aircraft was most likely originally painted Gull-Gray overall: this colour was left only on the undersides, while the upper sides have got a heavy disruptive pattern in Light and Forrest Green. Note the yellow identification stripes were retained. The FAS-219 was shot down by Honduran AAA, on 17 July 1969. 8. Goodyear FG-1D. Unit: Escuadron de Caza, Fuerza Aerea Salvadorena. Serial: FAS-215 (BuNo.92629) Ilopango IAP, 1966.
Cod. PS-72367 Disponibile
1/72 Douglas A4 Skyhawk. Part 1 1. A-4B (A4D-2) Unit: VMA-121, USMC Serial: 802/VK (BuNo.142938). CVA-43 USS Coral Sea, circa 1961. 2. A-4B (A4D-2). Unit: VA-34, US Navy. Serial: 311/AC (BuNo.144889) CVA-60 USS Saratoga, circa 1960. 3. A-4B (A4D-2) Unit: VA-72, US Navy Serial: 505/AB (BuNo.142745) CVA-42 USS Franklin D.Roosevelt, circa 1967. 4. A-4B (A4D-2) Unit: VA-12, US Navy. Serial: 501/AK (BuNo.142711) CVA-38 USS Shangri-La, 1960. 5. A-4B (A4D-2) Unit: VA-72, US Navy. Serial: 300/AG (BuNo.144952) CVA-62 USS Independence, circa 1960.
Cod. PS-72354 Disponibile
1/72 Bell P-63 Kingcobra 1. P-63C-5-BE "Delma X" Serial: 43-11344 'Delma X' inscription painted by American mechanic. 2. P-63C-5-BE 'Bell Booby Trap' Serial: A (43-11076) Circa 1945. 'BELL Booby TRAP' inscription painted by American mechanic. 3. P-63C-5-BE Unit: 16th GvIAP (probably). Serial: 41 (43-11387). The airplane wore Olive Drab camouflage at the top and lateral surfaces and probably British Ocean Grey from the bottom. 4. P-63C-5-BE Unit: GC 2/5 "Ile de France", Armee de l'Air. Serial: 5T-B (43-11691). French Indochina, year 1949-1950. 5. P-63C-5-BE. Unit: 5 Escadre de Chasse, Armee de l'Air. Serial: S (43-11666). La Reghaia, Algeria, circa 1946. 6. RP-63A-11-BE "Pinball Do Not Tilt". Serial: 42-69654. 2126th Base Unit Laredo Texas. 7. P-63C-5-BE Code: E; (43-11697). Unit: 2 Escadrille, GC I/5 'Vendee'; Tan Son Nhut, Indochina, circa 1949. 8. P-63C-5-BE. Unit: GC 2/9 "Auvergne", Armee de l'Air. Serial: 44-4037 Le Vallon, France, 1946. 9. P-63C-5-BE. Unit: 1 Escadrille, GC 1/9 "Limousin", Armee de l'Air. Serial: 43-11683. Cat-Bi, French Indochina, 1951. 10. P-63C-5-BE. Unit: GC I/5 "Travail", Armee de l'Air. Serial: 5T (43-11599) Sidi-Ahmed, Tunisia, 1947.
Cod. PS-72346 Disponibile
1/72 Supermarine Attaker Part-2 1. Supermarine Attacker FB.2 WP275/D-197, No 890 Naval Air Squadron RNVR, Lossiemouth, 1956. Standard colour scheme and marking. 2. Supermarine Attacker F.1. WA 473/102, No 800 Naval Air Squadron FAA, August 1951. Standard colour scheme and markings. 3. Supermarine Attacker F.1. WA 498/103, No 800 Naval Air Squadron FAA, Ford, September 1951. Standard colour scheme and markings. 4. Supermarine Attacker FB.2. WZ 294/ST-176, No 1831 Naval Air Squadron, Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve (RNVR). Stretton. 1955. Standard colour scheme and markings. Unit crest on fin, unit badge on nose. 5. Supermarine Attacker F.1. WA 516/J- 112, No 803 Naval Air Squadron FAA, HMS Eagle, 1952. Standard colour scheme and marking. 6. Supermarine Attacker F.1. WA 513/BY- 016,Fleet Requirments Unit, Brawdy. Standard colour scheme and marking. 7. Supermarine Attacker FB.2. WP 292/J- 143,No 803,Naval Air Squadron FAA, HMS Eagle, January 1953. Standard colour scheme and marking.
Cod. PS-72345 Disponibile
Standard post-war national markings in bright colours in six positions. All lettering in black, with serial repeated below wigs. Red nose flash with unit crest superimposed. 2. Supermarine Attacker F.1, WA484/107, No 800 Naval Air Squadron FAA, performed catapult trails aboard HMS Perseus with No 703 NAS in July 1951. Standard colour scheme and markings. Note early-style top camouflage demarcation. 3. Supermarine Attacker FB.1, WA529, RCAF’s Cenral Experimental & Proving Establishment, Namao, 1952. Standard colour scheme and markings. ‘Bear’ marking on nose. Used for cold weather trials, returned to UK on HMCS Magnificent in 1953. 4. Supermarine Attacker FB.2, WZ 283/ST-810, No 1831 Naval Air Squadron, RNVR, Stretton, 1956. 5. Supermarine Attacker FB.2, R4003, one of 36 de-navalised examples delivered to the Pakistsni Air Force between June 1951 and May 1953. High Speed Silver (Aluminium) overall wit roundels in six positions; serial in black. 6. Supermarine Attacker FB.2, R4001, Playbills Aerobatic Team, No 11 Squadron, Pakistani Air Force, 1952. High Speed Silver (Aluminium) overall with roundels in six positions; serial in black. Red flash on nose. 7. Supermarine Attacker FB.2, WZ300/161, No 718 Naval Air Squadron FAA. Standard colour scheme and markings. Unit badge on nose; note variation of other example illustrated above with ‘7-8’ in place of ‘V-R’. 8. Supermarine Attacker FB.2, WZ302/ST-163, No 718 Naval Air. Squadron FAA, May /June 1955. Standard colour scheme and markings. Unit badge on nose.
Royal Navy Hawker Hunter
Cod. PS-72348 Disponibile
1/72 Royal Navy Hawker Hunter 1. Hawker hunter T.Mk 8 XL 580:719 VL of the Air Direction Training Unit, FAA., Yeovilton, September 1970. 2. Hawker hunter T.Mk 8 XF 289:738 VL , of Heron Station Flight, Yeovilton, September 1972. 3. Hawker hunter T.Mk 8 C XF 985:811 BY , of 759 Squadron FAA, Brawdy, in the late 1960s. 4. Hawker hunter T.Mk 8 XF 357:634 LM , of 738 Squadron FAA, Lossiemouth, September 1962. 5. Hawker hunter T.Mk 8 XL 584. Flag Office Flying Training, 1967 Also known as the Admiral’s Barge’ XL 584 was painted in a Roundel Blue over White scheme. Note Rear Admiral’s pennant on nose in red and white. 6. Hawker hunter T.Mk 8 WT 772, FRADU, 1975 Light Aircraft Grey overall with areas of Fluorescent Orange-Red (DayGlo). Note Harley light ins.
Cod. PS-72353 Disponibile
1/72 P-38J Lighting Aces over Europe 1944-1945 1. P-38J-15-LO 42-104425 "Boomerang" flown by Capt. Arthur. F. Jeffrey of the 434th FS, 479th FG, 8th AF, Wattisham, UK, August 1944. 2. P-38J-10 42-68024/SNOOKIE II of Lt Jack Lenox, 49th FS/14th FG, Triolo, Italy, June 1944. 3. P-38J-15 43-28258/Pat III of Col Oliver B Taylor, CO of the 14th FG, Triolo, Italy, July 1944. 4. P-38J-15 43-28650/”Sweet Sue/Nellie Ann” of Lt. Phillip E. Tovrea, 27th FS/1st FG, Salsola, Italy, Summer 1944. 5. P-38J-25 44-23590/SCRAPIRON IV of Capt Lawrence E Blumer, CO of the 393rd FS/367th FG, Juvincourt, France, November 1944. 6. P-38J-10 42-67926/Susie of Capt Lindol F Graham, 79th FS/20th FG, Kingscliffe, March 1944. 7. P-38J-10 42-68017/Connie & Butch Inc., piloted by Capt George Ceuleers of the 383rd FS/364th FG, Honington, May 1944. 8. P-38J-15-LO 43-28796/Judy Ann, piloted by Lt. Charles E. Adams of the 95th FS, 82nd FG, Vincenzo, Italy, June 1944.
Cod. PS-72355 Disponibile
1/72 Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-23 1. MiG-23 MLD No. 40, 1st Squadron 120 IAP, the period of basing in Afghanistan, 1988. 2. MiG-23 MLD No. 29 after the repair. Aernrome Domna. March 1993. 3. MiG-23 MLD. No.70. In Afghanistan, there was no. 07. December 2001. In the Afghan period on the nose marks (stars) on combat sorties. After repairing and getting the b / n 70 these asterisks were not restored. 4. MiG-23 MLD No. 64 from the 120th IAP. Bagram Airfield, January 1989. 5. MiG-23 MLD. No.58 from the 120th IAP. 6. MiG-23 MLD, 120 IAP, 2 AEs. No.57 Domna, ZabVO, September 1989. 7. MiG-23 MLD No. 55. Bagram, Afghanistan, 1988-89. 8. MiG-23 MLD No. 10, 1st Squadron 120 IAP, period of basing in Afghanistan, 1988. 9. MiG-23 MLD No. 50. 120 IAP, 2 Aes.
MIG 23 Technical stencils
Cod. PS-72349 Disponibile
1/72 MIG 23 Technical stencils
Cod. PS-72358 Disponibile
1/72 Loire 130 1. Loire 130 Unit: 5 Escadrille d'Indochine, Armee de l'Air. Serial: 2 (N2). Cat Lai, French Indochina. 2. Loire 130. Serial: 12. Ferry flight from Saint-Nazaire to Macon, 1942. 3. Loire 130. Serial: BI+XA (B1+XA ?, N75). Lanveoc-Poulmic, 1941. 4. Loire 130 Captured in 1940 at Lanveoc-Poulmic. 5. Loire 130. Serial: 4 (N16). Algeria, 1940. 6. Loire 130. Serial: HS36 (N53) Cruiser La Galissoniere, 1939. 7. Loire 130 Unit: Escadrille HS.2. Serial: HS.27 (N?). This aircraft based at Lorraine cruiser, 1939. 8. Loire 130 Flotilla F1H (N 21) Lieutenant Commander Killian Karouda (Tunisia) May 1940.
Cod. PS-72223 Disponibile
1/72 Lockheed F-117 Nighthawk
Italian Aces of WWI
Cod. PS-72360 Non disponibile
1/72 Italian Aces of WWI. Part 3. SPAD. 1. SPAD Vll S4702(?) of Capitano Francesco Baracca 91 Squadriglia, Spring 1917. 2. SPAD Vll serial unknown of Sottotenente Luigi Olivari 91 Squadriglia, Spring 1917. 3. SPAD Vll S1544 and 4707 of Tenente Giuliano Parvis 91 Squadriglia, Autumn 1917. 4. SPAD Vll serial unknown of Sottotenente Carlo ‘Francis’ Lombardi 77 Squadriglia, Autumn 1917. 5. SPAD Xlll S2445(?) of Maggiore Francesco Baracca, 91 Squadriglia, Spring 1918. 6. SPAD Vll S6367(?) of Tenente Ferruccio Ranza 91 Squadriglia, Spring 1918. 7. SPAD Vll S1420 of Tenente Ernesto Cabruna 77 Squadriglia, Summer 1918. 8. SPAD Xlll S2438 of Capitano Fulco Ruffo di Calabria, 91 Squadriglia, Summer 1918. 9. SPAD Xlll serial unknown of Capitano Bartolomeo Costantini, 91 Squadriglia, Autumn 1918. 10. Hanriot HD 1 French serial 523/Italian serial 11411 of Tenente Flaminio Avet, 70 Squadriglia, Spring/Autumn 1918. 11. Hanriot HD 1 number unknown of Sergente Romolo Ticconi, 78 Squadriglia, Spring 1918. 12. Hanriot HD 1 number unknown of Capitano Antonio Riva, 78 Squadriglia, Spring 1918. 13. Hanriot HD 1 HD 812 of Sergente Antonio Chiri, 78 Squadriglia, Autumn 1918. 14. Hanriot HD 1 serial unknown of Tenente Mario Fucini, 78 Squadriglia, Autumn 1918. 15. Hanriot HD 1 serial unknown of Capitano Giulio Lega, 76 Squadriglia, Summer 1918.
Cod. PS-72124 Disponibile
1/72 Henschel Hs 129
Cod. PS-72352 Disponibile
1/72 Silver F-105D Thunderchiefs in the Vietnam War 1. F-105D-25-RE, Serial 61-0217, of the 12th TFS/18th TFW, Korat RTAFB, Thailand, March 1968. 2. F-105D-31-RE, Serial 62-4408 of the 561st TFS/23rd TFW (6235th TFW), Takhli RTAFB, Thailand, May 1965. 3. F-105D-30-RE, Serial 62-4252 of the 44th TFS/388th TFW Korat RTAFB, Thailand, July 1965. 4. F-105D-25-RE, Serial 61-0143 of the 354th TFS/355th TFW Takhli RTAFB, Thailand, April 1965. 5. F-105D-25-RE, Serial 61-0163 of the 352nd TFS/23rd TFW Takhli RTAFB, Thailand, June 1965. 6. F-105D-20-RE, Serial 61-0116 of the 562nd TFS/23rd TFW (6235th TFW), Takhli RTAFB, Thailand, September 1965. 7. F-105D-31-RE, Serial 62-4347 of the 334th TFS/355th TFW, Takhli RTAFB, Thailand, November 1965.
Curtiss SOC Seagull
Cod. PS-72356 Disponibile
1/72 Curtiss SOC Seagull Part 1 1. SOC-3 Unit: VCS-9, US Navy. Serial: 9-CS-9 (BuNo.1134). Light cruiser CL-46 USS Phoenix, circa 1939. 2. SON-1. Unit: VO-5, US Navy. Serial: 5-O-8 (BuNo.1183). The battleship BB-34 USS New York, circa 1940. 3. SOC-3. Unit: VO-4, US Navy. Serial: BuNo.1110. BB-48 USS West Virginia, circa 1937. 4. SON-1 Unit: VCS-5, US Navy. Serial: 13 (BuNo.1141). Based at heavy cruiser CA-25 USS Salt Lake City, circa 1943. 5. SOC-2. Unit: VCS-7, US Navy. Serial: 18. Based at heavy cruiser CA-31 USS Augusta, circa 1942. 6. SOC-3 Unit: VCS-7, US Navy. Serial: 7-CS-10. Heavy cruiser CA-37 USS. Tuscaloosa, circa 1942. 7. SOC-1 Unit: US Navy. Serial: 9-S-7 (BuNo.38?5). Aleutian operations, June 1942. 8. SOC-1 Unit: VS-12S, US Navy. Serial: 12-S-5 (BuNo.9927) Based at heavy cruiser CA-36 USS Minneapolis, circa 1936. 9. SOC-1 Unit: VS-9S, US Navy. Serial: 9-S-7 (BuNo.9836). Based at heavy cruiser CA-25 USS Salt Lake City, circa 1935. 10. SOC-3 Unit: US Fleet. Serial: BuNo.1079 BB-38 USS Pennsylvania, circa 1939. 11. SOC-1 Unit: VCS-7, US Navy. Serial: 7-CS-6 Heavy cruiser CA-37 USS Tuscaloosa, circa 1943.
Curtiss SOC Seagull
Cod. PS-72357 Disponibile
1/72 Curtiss SOC Seagull Part 2 1. SOC-3A Unit: VS-201, US Navy. Serial: 201-S-2. Scouting Squadron Two Hundred and One (VS-201) flew this Curtiss SOC-3A Seagull (201-S-2) for armed scouting missions from AVG-1 USS Long Island in early 1942. The SOC was usually equipped with floats for operating from cruisers. 2.SOC-3A Unit: VGS-1, US Navy. Serial: 1-GS-12. CVE-1E USS Long Island, circa 1942. 3. SOC-3 Unit: VO-4, US Navy. Serial: 4-O-4 (BuNo.1103) BB-45 USS Colorado, circa 1938. 4. SOC-2 Unit: VCS-7, US Navy. Serial: 7-CS-13 (BuNo.0387) Heavy cruiser CA-37 USS Tuscaloosa, circa 1939. 5. SOC-3 Unit: VMS-2, USMC. Serial: 2-MS-6 (BuNo.1126) NAS San Diego, circa 1939. 6. SOC-3 Unit: VMS-2, USMC Serial: 2-MS-7 (BuNo.1127) NAS San Diego, circa 1939. 7. SOC-1 Unit: VCS-5, US Navy. Serial: 5-CS-13 (BuNo.9866) Based at heavy cruiser CA-28 USS Louisville, circa 1938. 8. SOC-1 Unit: VCS-6, US Navy. Serial: 6-CS-8 Based at heavy cruiser CA-34 USS Astoria, circa 1941. 9. SOC-3 Unit: VO-2, US Navy. Serial: 2-O-4 (BuNo.1065). The battleship BB-44 California, circa 1938.
Bucker Bu.131 Jungmann
Cod. PS-72350 Disponibile
1/72 Bucker Bu.131 Jungmann 1. Bu.131. Unit: FFS(A)43. Serial: CW+BG (50, W.Nr.483). Backer Bu.131. CW+BC. Werk Nummer 483. was flown by a pupil from FFS(A)43 at Crailsheim (Germany), who landed at Basle, Switzerland, on 14 June 1944, having mistaken the city for Strassburg. Finished in overall RLM 71 Dunkelgrun with RLM 65 undersides, the machine is a classic example of a late-war trainer. It is exceptionally fully marked by virtue of its unit emblem, school number (50) and white outlined Stammkenzeichen fuselage codes and fuselage crosses. The German pilot expressed a preference for internment and the aircraft was consequently flown back to Freiburg by a Swiss pilot. 2. Bu.131B. Unit: LKS7 (Luftkriegsschule-Airwarschool). Serial: CC+NZ (W.Nr.4262). Tulln (near Vienna), Austria 1944. 3. Hauptmann Hans Philippe. Krasnogvardeiskoe, March 1942. 4. Bu.131. Unit: 1/3 Koz Asz (Ace of Hearts). Serial: G-154 Overall Light Grey painting. 5. Bu.131. Unit: III.Kozelfelderito szdzad. Serial: I-333. This overall RLM 02 Grungrau machine served as a trainer, courier and Liaison machine with the Hungarian III.Kozelfelderito szdzad - III Tactical Reconnaissance squadron - whose falcon emblem can he seen on the fuselage. Sole the chevron-style national markings used only until 1st March 1942. The original picture on which this illustration is based does not show the code absolutely clearly, but notes that the serial number is I-333, as shown. This is of interest as it is outside the range of numbers officially allocated to the type. This could mean therefore that the serial is actually I-233. Photographic evidence exists, however, for other out-of- sequence numbers for the type in Hungarian service, possibly indicating that those machines were impressed civilian aircraft. 6. Bu.131. Serial: I-421. The national colours were also painted on the upper and lower surfaces of the elevator. 7. Bu.131. Unit: Comando Aeronautico dell'Albania. Serial: No.947. Tirana, Albania, Autumn 1941. 8. Bu.131. Unit: 1st Pilot School. Serial: 7 4th Air Base Borovo. Late 1943. It has blue outlined Swallow emblem of Pilot School, and School`s internal number '7'. 9. Bu.131. Unit: 1st air base Zagreb, 1943. Light Grey overall painting scheme. Note insignia of the Castle is badge of the 1st air base. 10. Bu.131. Unit: Schweizer Fliegertruppe (Swiss Air Force). Serial: A-4 The aircraft in wartime WWII colours with the flashy colors for German productions airplanes flew in borderland controls. 11. Bu.131. Serial: GD+EU (W.Nr.4497) Aircraft belonged to Luftdienst. On 29th April 1941 it was stolen in Caen by two former French Arme de l'Air pilots and flown to Somerford, England. In use with RAF as DR626.
British Royal Navy Corsair
Cod. PS-72359 Disponibile
1/72 British Royal Navy Corsair 1. Corsair F.Mk.I. Unit: 1855 NAS, FAA. Serial: 5F (JT150) October 1943. 2. Corsair F.Mk.I. Unit: 1835 NAS, FAA. Serial: 5P (JT172) Brunswick, Maine, late 1943. The colours are Ocean Grey and Dark Slate Grey, with Sky underside. The FAA was the first arm to operate the Corsair from carriers, well before the US Navy. The British pilots were trained in Maine and then sent back to the UK. 3. Corsair F.Mk.II. Unit: 738 NAS, FAA. Serial: 3BB (JT238) Circa 1943. Extra Dark Sea Grey and Dark State Grey upper surfaces, with Sky undersides. 4. Corsair F.Mk.II. Unit: 759 NAS, FAA. Serial: Y2F (JS636) During 1944-1945. 5. Corsair I JT139 (F4U-1 BuNo.18161) 8M flown by SubLt B. Laren, RN of 1837 Sq, Brunswick NAS, 23 August 1943. 6. Corsair II JT190 (F4U-1 BuNo.17612) 7M flown by LCDR Alfred J. Sewell, RN of 1837 Sq, Brunswick NAS, 3 October 1943. 7. Corsair F.Mk.I. Unit: 1835 NAS, FAA. Serial: 5K (JT168) September 1943. Extra Dark Sea Grey and Dark State Grey upper surfaces, with Sky undersides. 8. Corsair F.Mk.I. Unit: 1831 NAS, FAA. Serial: 112/A (BuNo.14875) HMS Vengeance. 1945. 9. Corsair F.Mk.II. Unit: 1830 NAS, FAA. Serial: 7X (JT441) HMS Illustrious, East Indies Fleet, 1944. 10. Corsair II JT 410 (F4U-1 BuNo.56283) T8-H flown by Sub Lt Donald J Sheppard, RCNVR of No. 1836 Sqn, HMS Victorious, January 1945.5 Kills. 11. Corsair II JT 427 (F4U-1 BuNo.50082) TR-H flown by Maj Ronald H Hay, RM of No.47 Wg, HMS Victorious, January 1945. 3 Kills.
Cod. PS-72282 Disponibile
1/72 AH-64 Apache
A-10 Thunderbolt II
Cod. PS-72347 Disponibile
1/72 A-10 Thunderbolt II Desert Storm 1. A-10A 80-0208 Annabelle II 511th TFS/10th TFW "Vultures", tail code "AR", RAF Alconbury, UK - King Fahd Airport, Saudi Arabia. 2. A-10A 81-0947 Thunderbolt II «Desert Belle». 3. A-10A 80-0157 Thunderbolt II «Fightin?Irish». Pilot Col. Mike O?Connor. 4. A-10A 79-0220 Thunderbolt II «Yankee Express». 5. A-10A 79-0220 Thunderbolt II «Yankee Express». 6. A-10A 77-0205 Thunderbolt II «Chopper Popper». 7. A-10A 76-0544 Thunderbolt II Desert Storm Heroes- Robert, Francine, David 8. A-10A 76-0540 Thunderbolt II Fist, Carmelitte. 9. A-10A 77-0240 Thunderbolt II Randi Lauren Brenda Beth Anna. 10. A-10A 78-0677 Thunderbolt II I Kiss of Death. 11. A-10A 78-0681 Thunderbolt II.
Cod. SBS-D72033 Disponibile
1/72 Messerschmitt Me-109G-6 Ilmari Juutilainen - Finland's Top Ace WWII
Cod. SBS-D72027 Disponibile
1/72 Messerschmitt Me-109G-2, Me-109G-4 in Hungarian Service WWII
Cod. SBS-D72034 Disponibile
1/72 Messerschmitt Me-109F in Spanish Service
LOCKHEED PV-2 HARPOON
Cod. TAURO-722105 Disponibile
1/72 ITALIAN LOCKHEED PV-2 HARPOON
RAF White Serial Letters and Numbers 4", 6" ,8" and 12"
Cod. XTRA158-72 Non disponibile
1/72 RAF White Serial Letters and Numbers 4", 6" ,8" and 12" and titles for Royal Air Force, Royal Navy, Army, Air Support Command etc. This is also available in black as sheet number X72157. Was Modeldecal MD048B. (RAF codes/RAF code letters/RAF serial numbers)
Fieseler Fi-156C-3 Storch
Cod. XTRA306-72 Disponibile
1/72 Fieseler Fi-156C-3 Storch (12) Trop WNr 5837 DJ+PC SS-Obergruppenfuhrer Paul Hauser RLM79/68; 5K+ZA Stab/KG3 WNr 5253 Smolenska Russia 1942 RLM70/71/65; Green Z Stab II/SchG.1 Russia 1941 RLM70/71/65: Trop SF+RL Wustennotstaffel used by Feldmarschall Erwin Rommel, Nth Africa 1942 RLM70/71/65 with RLM79 squiggles; TI+PK WNr5061 Uffz Blaschke of 2(H)10 Greece 1941 RLM70/71/65; F-1 Fi-156D-1 KR+QZ Norway RLM21 White/65; Fi-156C-3 R. Rumanian AF Eastern Front 1942 RLM70/71/65 + 79; Fi-156C-1 Finnish AF 1941 ST-112 Olive Green/RLM65; Fi-156C-3 Operated by USAF Tunisia 1942 6-3/4; Fi-156C-3 White 67 Swedish AF; 96-1 Spain 1943 Lt Grey/Lt Blue; Morane-Saulnier MS.500 White J French Army Light Aviation.
NH-500 Guardia di Finanza
Cod. DMSC-72048 Disponibile
1/72 NH-500 Guardia di Finanza
Cod. DMSC-72017 Disponibile
1/72 Eurofighter EF-2000 Typhoon ‘500’ 1° Reparto Manutenzione Velivoli Leonardo
Natural Light Wood - Base White
Cod. HGW572013 Disponibile
1/72 Natural Light Wood - Base White
Italian logotypes for propeller Part 1
Cod. KORDEC72202 Disponibile
1/72 Italian logotypes for propeller Part 1
GLUE BUSTER - LIQUIDO PER DISSOLVERE E RIMUOVERE LE MACCHIE E I FUMI DI COLLA CIANO
Cod. DLX-AD48 Disponibile
Glue Buster - Liquido per dissolvere e rimuovere le macchie e i fumi di colla ciano
Mr. Retarder Mild
Cod. GUNZE-T105 Disponibile
Mr. Retarder Mild ( RITARDANTE ) è un liquido per ritardare l'essiccazione delle vernici Mr.COLOR ed eliminare i grumi in superfici . Inoltre, migliora notevolmente l'uniformità del film della vernice Mr.COLOR e quindi aumenta notevolmente la lucentezza
Cod. CMK-F48291 Disponibile
Cod. HE-80617 Disponibile
1/125 Maxi-Catamaran Playstation
U-1064 VII C/41 TURM IV
Cod. MIR-40415 Disponibile
1/400 U-1064 VII C/41 TURM IV - GERMAN SUBMARINE
Cod. ACMM-72003 Disponibile
1/72 AH-64D Longbow Apache - Set di conversione (Academy)
1,5 TON RAILROAD TRUCK AA TYPE
Cod. MINA35265 Disponibile
1/35 1,5 TON RAILROAD TRUCK AA TYPE
MIG-29 Fulcrum Russian Air Force
Cod. AC-12552 Disponibile
1/72 Russian Air Force MIG-29 Fulcrum
American bomber pilot WWII
Cod. TOP72-72003 Disponibile
1/72 American bomber pilot WWII (1° set) x4 Pilota americano di bombardieri x4
American bomber pilot WWII
Cod. TOP72-72004 Disponibile
1/72 American bomber pilot WWII (2° set) x4 Pilota americano di bombardieri x4
The Gloster/A.W. Meteor
Cod. VWP-A&A15 Disponibile
The Gloster/A.W. Meteor A Detailed Guide To Britain’s First Jet Fighter by Richard A. Franks
REGOLATORE RIDUTTORE ARIA
Cod. FDA-AFR2000A Disponibile
REGOLATORE RIDUTTORE ARIA