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Hannants News: 25/05/18

We are starting a new Hot News/emailing list. Please re-subscribe in eMail List....

We have just been told that the original True Detail resin wheels series are all now discontinued. Get them while you can...

Now save more than £130.00 on the 1:48 TU06801 DKM U-Boat Type VIIC U-552! See it in Special Offers!

Now in stock! Trumpeter TU01683 1:72 Convair F-106B Delta Dart; TU05810 1:48 Fairey Firefly Mk.I; TU06708 1:700 USS Enterprise CV-6 “Big E"

New Eduard June and July releases now being listed in Future Releases. Most with 10% Backorder discount!

We are now stocking Blackbird Models decal range.

Big reductions on selected Two Bobs decals now in Special Offers! 

The Hannants Of London shop at Colindale does not open Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday now. Opening times are.... Thursday & Friday from 11.00 to 7.00pm. Saturday 9.30am to 5.00pm. Sunday from 11.00am to 4.00pm.

 

Overseas customers we recommend you select the postage option WITH TRACKING if you want to follow your order thru the postal systems. If it does not have tracking it cannot be tracked and no one can tell you where it is. Tracking cannot be added after you have placed the order.

Set up your own Hot News and never miss a Special Offer or anything else! https://www.hannants.co.uk/help/question.php?question_id=104.

If you have items on Backorder you will now be sent a 'reminder' email once a month to tell you what you have on Backorder.

All ParcelForce & DPD parcels to a mainland UK address* are sent on a 24 hour service.

If you changed your delivery address to Collect From Show please remember to change it back to your normal bricks and mortar delivery address. 

Overseas customers please be sure you type in your first name and/or initial AND your surname/family name. Without both we will not despatch your order. Orders without both are being returned as 'undeliverable' before they even get to your towns and cities.

Enamel paints etc. We can sell to most mainland EU countries that are delivered to by road. (not islands or Greece sorry because they are flown). If you are logged in but cannot enter paints etc in your cart that means we cannot send to your country.

We sell Gift Vouchers online. See the Gift Vouchers' button in the yellow header section at the top of the home page.

You can see the postage cost to anywhere in the world without logging in or registering. Just put items in your cart and select your country in the shopping cart area.

You can put items that are out of stock on Backorder and have them either charged to your saved card details OR we can send you a Paypal invoice to pay within 10 days. Items placed on Backorder are reserved for you so in case there is a shortage you get priority.

You can put items that are out of stock on Watching and be sent an email as soon as they are delivered to us.

If you are visiting the London Hannants in Colindale you can be sure everything you want will be there for you AND get a 10% discount by click and collect ordering at the website. All you have to do is make sure the Country in your Delivery address is Collect from Colindale SHOP AND send the order to us by MIDDAY on the Wednesday for collection Saturday.

* not Scottish Highlands, Northern Ireland, Isle Of Wight or Isle Of Man sorry.

Hannants mailorder is based in Lowestoft, Suffolk, England 01502 517444

The London model shop is at
Unit 2, Hurricane Trading Estate
Grahame Park Way, Colindale,
London, NW9 5QW
Phone 020 8205 6697
Email colindale@hannants.co.uk

Close to the RAF Museum....

Top Selling New Items for Last 7 Days

  1. HAE46: Lockheed-Martin F-35B Lightning II USMC
  2. TA32594: Churchill Mk.VII Crocodile flame-thrower
  3. MM48-014: Hunting Percival Provost T.1
  4. AX06016: Back in stock! McDonnell-Douglas FG.1 Phantom II. This is already one of the most popular new Airfix kits ever so don't miss out. With regard to aircraft that have operated from the decks of a British aircraft carrier, there can be little doubt that the McDonnell-Douglas Phantom FG.1 was the most spectacular. Purchased to replace the Sea Vixen in the role of all-weather fleet defence, the Phantom was the largest and heaviest aircraft ever operated from a British carrier and required a special breed of airmen to fly them. As one of the most successful jet aircraft of all time, the American McDonnell-Douglas F-4 Phantom was to see service with a number of overseas air arms, with Britain being a significant operator. Originally purchased by the Royal Navy as a modern replacement for their De Havilland Sea Vixens, Fleet Air Arm Phantoms would have the primary role of defending the fleet at all times and in all weather, with a secondary role of strike attack. Designated Phantom FG.1, these Navy jets certainly made for an impressive sight and were some of the most attractive aircraft ever to serve with Britain’s armed forces. Operating this huge aircraft from the relatively diminutive deck of HMS Ark Royal required a number of significant modifications to these Phantoms, as well as to the ship itself – they would also require the very cream of Britain’s fast jet pilots to operate these fighters successfully. The sight of a Royal Navy Phantom preparing to take off from the deck of HMS Ark Royal must have been awe-inspiring. With the two Rolls-Royce Spey engines in full afterburner and the nose wheel oleo extended to its maximum height, these must be considered some of the most iconic images of any British naval aircraft and have enthralled enthusiasts for many years. With the withdrawal of HMS Ark Royal from service in 1978, all remaining Fleet Air Arm Phantoms were transferred to Royal Air Force operation, but still able to display their naval heritage. Markings for these are on Xtradecal X72282. Kit licensed by Boeing.
  5. ZVE8048: Swedish Infantry 17-18th Century
  6. VAL72123: North-American RB-45C Tornado RAF version
  7. WPS115: Armstrong-Whitworth Albemarle By Tony Buttler AMRAeS The Armstrong Whitworth Albemarle is something of an ‘odd man out’ in the list of British World War Two military aircraft. It was manufactured entirely in a special factory as sub-contract work, to save light alloys it was intended to make use of steel tube and wood in its construction, and its service career was undistinguished. As a result the Albemarle is a rather forgotten aircraft and yet it made an important contribution during the latter part of the conflict. This new Warpaint will hopefully make enthusiasts more aware of the background and career of this unusual aeroplane. This book is written by Tony Buttler and is superbly illustrated by Mark Rolfe.
  8. SVM-14001: McDonnell F-4J Phantom II (2 markings)
  9. TU01683: Convair F-106B Delta Dart
  10. DKD48015: Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IXc/Mk.IXe Aces 1. Spitfire Mk.IX, EN398, W/Cdr E.J.Johnson 2. Spitfire Mk.IX, MK392, W/Cdr E.J.Johnson 3. Spitfire Mk.IX, BS240, W/Cdr R.M.Milne 4. Spitfire Mk.IX, BS430, S/L F.H.Boulton 5. Spitfire Mk.IX, EN473, S/L D.E.Kingaby 6. Spitfire Mk.IX, ML214, S/L J. Plagis 7. Spitfire Mk.IX, MK144, S/L A.G.Page 8. Spitfire Mk.IX, MH434, F/O H.P.Lardner-Burke 9. Spitfire Mk.IX, BS538, Sgt P.H.Clostermann 10. Spitfire Mk.IX, MA585, P/O G.Beurling 11. Spitfire Mk.IX, MH883, P/O G.Beurling 12. Spitfire Mk.IX, EN554, S/L E.F.J.Charles 13. Spitfire Mk.IX, BS22, S/L F.A.O.Gaze / S/L C.F. Gray / S/L W.V. Crawford-Compton 14. Spitfire Mk.IX, BS227, F/L D.G. Andrews 15. Spitfire Mk.IX, EN522, S/L J.R. Ratten 16. Spitfire Mk.IX, EN522, W/Cdr. J.R. Ratten 17. Spitfire Mk.IX, BS458, W/Cdr K.Birksted 18. Spitfire Mk.IX EN199, W/C R. Berry 19. Spitfire Mk.IX MH660, F/L W.E. Schrader 20. Spitfire Mk.IX EN286, Lt. M.E.S. Robinson 21. Spitfire Mk.IX EN530, W/C C.F. Gray 22. Spitfire Mk.IXE MH884, G/C W.G.G. Duncan-Smith 23. Spitfire Mk.IX EN500, S/L E.N. Woods