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Hannants News: 17/08/18

A large Wingnut Wings delivered has just arrived! All Backorders are now being despatched!

You can see the postage cost for your order to anywhere in the world without logging in or registering. Just put the items in your cart and select your country from the drop-down country menu and click on enter.

ALL Xtracrylix now back in stock!

New Fromm-Azur FR0039 Renard R-31 Belgian observation plane now in stock!

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

IN STOCK: Tamiya TA61118 1:48 Grumman F-14D Tomcat

IN STOCK: Takom TAK02101 & TAK02102 Bergepanthers.

New Special Hobby SH72297 McDonnell FH-1 Phantom NOW IN STOCK!!!

We have started a new emailing list for the weekly Hot News. To continue to receive it please re-subscribe in 'eMail List' above....

We have just had delivered all the remaining stock of discontinued Azur and MPM kits. Get them while you can! No more after we sell out

The Hannants Of London shop at Colindale does not open Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday. Opening times are.... Thursday and 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.

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

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.

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 Hannants London model shop is at
Unit 2, Hurricane Trading Estate
Grahame Park Way, Colindale,
London, NW9 5QW
Phone 020 8205 6697

See below for opening hours....

Top Selling New Items for Last 7 Days

  1. BRP72031: North-American Mustang I
  2. X48192: Hawker Hunter F.6 Pt 3 (9) XF383 R Day Fighter Combat School RAF Stradishall 1961; XF418/16 Tactical Weapons Unit RAF Brawdy 1979; XF506/ 111 Sqn Black Arrows display scheme RAF Wattisham 1958; XG185/74 4 FTS RAF Valley 1974; XG223/27 TWU RAF Brawdy 1979; XG225/M 92 Sqn Blue Diamonds 1962; XG226/B 92 Sqn RAF Middleton St George 1960; XJ712/B 14 Sqn Co S/Ldr E. H. Williams RAF Gutersloh 1963; XK142/H 74 Sqn RAF Coltishall 1959;
  3. IBG72060: 917t Japanese Truck (Yokohama cab)
  4. VWP5777354: AM-12 The Supermarine Spitfire Part 1 (Merlin-powered) - A Complete Guide To The Famous Fighter by Richard A. Franks. It will contain: •40+ pages of technical information •20+ pages of walk-around images and technical diagrams •5+ pages of camouflage and markings •25+ pages of model builds and modelling information •200+ photographs including wartime images •Colour side views and four-views by Richard J. Caruana •3D isometric views of all variants by Jacek Jackiewicz •Specially commissioned extensive full kit builds by Libor Jekl, Steve A. Evans & Dani Zamarbide •Specially commissioned front cover artwork by Jerry Boucher •A bonus set of 1/48 scale plans by Jacek Jackiewicz
  5. ACE72433: FV-603B Saracen armoured personnel carrier.
  6. IBG72061: 917t German Truck
  7. X48194: Panavia Tornado F.3 Part 1 (9) ZE734/JU 111 Sqn RAF Leuchars 2011; ZE785 F.3 OEU RAF Waddington 2003; ZE763/DG 11 Sqn RAF Leuchars 2006; ZE962/XC Dennis the Menace/Deere 29 and ZE731/YP Desperate Dan/Bishop 72 Both Leuchars Fighter Wing, Operation Telic, Saudia Arabia 2003; ZG757 43 Sqn RAF Leuchars 2006 overall black; ZG780 25 Sqn RAF Leeming 2006 black fin; ZH554 41 Sqn RAF Coningsby 2006; 3457 29 Sqn R. Saudi AF Dhahran, Saudi Arabia 1991.
  8. BRL72146: Lockheed C-130 flaps (designed to be used with Italeri kits)
  9. SAMPUB31: MDF31 The A-4 Skyhawk. US Navy, US Marine Corps & Foreign Versions. 200 pages The Douglas A-4D/A-4 Skyhawk is without doubt one of the more successful military aircraft of the post-War era. It entered service with the US Navy in late 1956 and served with distinction for many years, bearing much of the early action in carrier-based strikes against North Vietnam during the 1960s. The Skyhawk was in continuous production for over twenty-seven years, and although the A-4 is no longer serving with the US Navy and US Marine Corps, a few examples are still operational in foreign hands, and private defence contractors. Douglas built 2,960 Skyhawks between 1954 and 1979, and this small yet effective aircraft packed a mighty punch and these lightweight, high-speed bombers was affectionately nicknamed ‘Heinemann's Hot Rod’, the ‘Bantam Bomber’ and ‘Scooter’. Upgraded models had improved engines and a drogue parachute, new avionics displays, larger cockpit canopies and more ammunition for the two cannons, and the two-seat trainer versions included the TA-4F and TA-4J series. As noted, its combat career began with the first American carrier-launched raids on North Vietnam, August 4, 1964, and during Israel's Yom Kippur war in 1973, Israeli Air Force Skyhawks provided much of the short-range striking power on the Sinai and Golan Heights fronts. Skyhawks were also in action against British forces during the 1982 Falkland’s conflict, where they paid a heavy price against the Sea Harrier. The Navy's ‘Blue Angels’ flight demonstration team flew the Skyhawk from 1974 to 1986, and Skyhawks were also used by the armed forces of Australia, Kuwait, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia and New Zealand. An additional role undertaken by the Skyhawk was that of ‘aggressor aircraft’. During the Vietnam War, it was found that the air-to-air kill ratio against North Vietnamese fighter aircraft was too low. In an attempt to improve this, the Navy Fighter Weapons School - better known as ‘Top Gun’ - designed to train pilots against Soviet-bloc aircraft, adopted the Skyhawk and when its avionics and weapons systems were stripped out it proved to be an extremely agile aircraft, and one which could simulate the performance characteristics of the MiG-17. The A-4 Skyhawk remains one the iconic designs of the Cold War era, and its history and operations are celebrated in these pages of this new Datafile from SAM Publications.
  10. BRL72147: Lockheed C-130 wheel set (with disc brakes) (designed to be used with Italeri kits)
  11. NF107: Sikorsky HR2S-1/CH-37C Deuce H-37A/CH-37B Mojave Heavy-Lift Helicopter. 137-pages, 138 color photos, 145 B&W photos and 48 drawings. The USMC Deuce was originally designed as a heavy-lift assault helicopter capable of delivering 36 combat troops or equipment (up to two jeeps or field artillery) from ship to shore. It was quickly adapted by the Army which purchased almost twice as many as the Marines. During its early testing it set both speed and weight lifting records for helicopters. Once in service, it was also used to recover small aircraft and other helicopters by both the Army and Marines in Vietnam. Many of its features including its 72 foot main rotor blades were used as the successful basis of its replacement, the CH-53 which is still in use today.
  12. FDR72122: Back in stock! EE/BAC Canberra corrected tip tanks set. A pair of correctly sized and shaped tip tanks for British built Canberra bombers. Designed to replace the undersized parts in the S & M/AMP kits, they are also applicable to other British Canberra kits including the vintage Airfix B(I).6 and later B(I).8 kit tanks which are the wrong shape. Two sided tanks are included. (designed to be used with Airfix, AMP and S & M kits)
  13. WW2V20029: 20mm Sexton self propelled gun 3 Sexton Mk.2 models on the box. Each sprue contains options to be build early or late variants and crew figures
  14. AX05136: North-American F-51D Mustang Scheme 1: ‘Rotation Blues’ 67th FBS Korea Scheme 2: F51D 77 Squadron RAAF Korea 1951 Scheme 3: J26 Mustang, Swedish Air Force As arguably the finest fighter aircraft of WWII, the Mustang went on to be selected as the USAF primary piston engined fighter after the war, with all other types relegated to secondary roles, or withdrawn from service. The re-designation of USAF aircraft in 1948 saw the P for Pursuit change to F for Fighter, resulting in the P-51D Mustang becoming a North-American F-51D
  15. RS72-0087: North-American B-25B/B-25C/B-25J Mitchell wheels set (designed to be used with Airfix, AZ Model, FROG, Hasegawa, Heller and Italeri kits)
  16. KPM7299: de Havilland DH-88 Comet 'Racer' new mould (short-run) kit Decals for G-ACSR MacRobertson Air Race 1934; G-ACSP 'Black Magic' MacRobertson Air Race 1934; G-ACSS 'Grosvenor House' MacRobertson Air Race 1934
  17. BRL72150: USAF bomber re-supply set (designed to be used with Airfix kits)
  18. SW72115: Grumman TBM-3W ‘Guppy’ The AEW version of the Avenger. 2 markings for France Aéronavale (Suez crisis), The Netherlands Kon.Marine
  19. FBD72008: “F-35 Anthology Part III” covers options for seven USMC Lockheed-Martin F-35B Lightning IIs and one F-35B of the Italian Navy. USMC’s F-35B. Finally, the F-35 gets some color! . Enough stencil and data is provided to build two complete models. The decal sheet itself measures 8.5” x 7.5”. Here are the aircraft covered: -VMFA-121, F-35B 169164, (VK-01), MCAS IWAKUNI, 2018 -VMX-1, F-35B 168312, (MV-52), USS AMERICA, 2016 -VMFA-122, F-35B 168732, (DC-01), MCAS CHERRY POINT, 2018 -VMFA-122, F-35B 168309, (DC-05), MCAS CHERRY POINT, 2018 -VMFA-211, F-35B 168732, (CF-01), USS AMERICA, 2016 -VMFA-211, F-35B 169024, (CF-06), USS AMERICA, 2016 -VMFAT-501, F-35B 168060, (VM-51), MCAS CHERRY POINT, 2018 -GRUPPO AEREI IMBARCATI, F-35B M.M. 7451, (4-01), NAS PATUXENT RIVER, 2018
  20. FBD48017: Reprinted! Vought A-7D/A-7E Corsair II. Covers the yellow/tan canopy seals that were so prominent on A-7D/E jets. Enough framing is provided to complete two sets of canopies. This decal set is a real time saver and allows the canopy seals to be replicated cleanly without the need for complicated masking.