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  1. MKM144101: Dassault Mirage IIIE/EE/RS/5BA 'In Europe' (French, Spanish, Swiss & Belgian AF) The Mirage III jet fighter was developed by the French Avions Marcel Dassault company and its prototype flew in 1956. The first major production model was the Mirage IIIC, while the IIIE was an upgraded variant flying in April 1961. The Mirage IIIE was a single-seat, all-metal monoplane featuring a tailless delta configuration utilised as a multirole/strike aircraft. Compared to the previous IIIC, it had an extended fuselage for avionics and additional fuel and straight tailfin leading edge. It was powered by a SNECMA Atar 09C turbojet. It carried two DEFA cannons in the lower fuselage under the air intakes and was fitted with five external stores pylons (one under the fuselage and two under each wing). The first production Mirage IIIEs went to the French Air Force in 1964, with a total of 183 aircraft eventually delivered to that air arm. Licence production was also undertaken in Australia, where 98 a/c were built between 1963-68 by GAF as the Mirage IIIO. A number of Mirage IIIEs were built for export, being purchased by Argentina (IIIEA), Brazil (IIIEBR), Lebanon (IIIEL), Pakistan (IIIEP), South Africa (IIIEZ), Spain (IIIEE) and Venezuela (IIIEV). Mirage IIIR was a reconnaissance aircraft, with radar replaced by a camera nose. It was based on the IIIE but with simpler avionics. These aeroplanes we supplied to the French Air Force (IIIR/RD) and others were exported to Switzerland (one Mirage IIIRS delivered + 17 licence-built by F+W in 1968-69), Pakistan (IIIRP) and South Africa (IIIRZ/R2Z). Production of the Mirage IIIE/R (incl. exports) was substantially greater than that of the IIIC, totalling more than 530 aircraft. The Mirage 5 was the next major variant, first flying in May 1967, destined for clear-weather attack role. It was equipped with less sophisticated avionics, more fuel storage and featured a longer nose. In Belgium, 63 a/c were licence-built in the period 1970-73 by SABCA as the 5BA. A total of 531 Mirage 5s (all variants, incl. exports) were built, of which a number were exported to Abu Dhabi, Colombia, Egypt, Gabon, Libya, Pakistan, Peru, Venezuela and Zaire. Colour schemes included in the kit: 1) AMD Mirage IIIE, No.568, Black 4-BI, Escadron de Chasse 2/4 ‘La Fayette’, French Air Force (Armée de l’Air), Air Base (BA) 116 Luxeuil-Saint Sauveur, France, early 1970s 2) AMD Mirage IIIEE, No.631/C.11-23, Black 111-12/C11-23, Escuadron 111 ‘Dólares’, Ala de Caza 11 (Fighter Wing), Spanish Air Force (Ejército del Aire), Manises Air Base, Spain, 1973 3) AMD Mirage IIIRS, No.5, Black R-2101, Überwachungsgeschwader (Surveillance Sq.), Swiss Air Force (Schweizer Luftwaffe), Dübendorf Air Base, Switzerland, late 1965 4) SABCA Mirage 5BA, No.021, White BA 21, 2e Esc. ‘La Comète’, 2e Wing Tactique, Belgian Air Force (Force aérienne belge), Florennes Air Base, Belgium, late 1985 This injection-moulded kit contains 53 parts and two clear parts (the cockpit canopy,
  2. MKM14493: Dassault Mirage IIICJ/CZ 'Mach 2 Warrior' (Israeli, Argentinian & South African AF) The Mirage III jet fighter was developed by the French Avions Marcel Dassault company and its prototype flew in 1956. Regarded as a versatile second-generation fighter, it was the first Western European aircraft to exceed Mach 2 in level flight. The first major production model, the Mirage IIIC, took off in 1960 and nearly 100 were built for the French Air Force. A single aeroplane of this variant was also exported to Switzerland, where licence construction was undertaken as the Mirage IIIS. The Mirage IIIC was a single-seat, all-metal monoplane featuring a tailless delta configuration. It was powered by a SNECMA Atar 09B turbojet and designed for all-weather interception, close air support, ground attacks and also fighter-bomber role. It was armed with two DEFA cannons in the lower fuselage under the air intakes. Early Mirage IIIC’s had three external stores pylons (one under the fuselage and one under each wing), but another two outboard pylons were later added to each wing. The outboard pylons were intended to carry Sidewinder missiles, while the centre pylon could carry Matra AAM. Mirage IIICs were widely exported overseas and used in active combat roles in multiple conflicts. The prominent operators included Israel (72 a/c delivered between 1961 and 1964 as the Mirage IIICJ), South Africa (16 supplied in the period 1962-64, designated the Mirage IIICZ) and Argentina using re-exported Israeli aircraft. Colour schemes included in the kit: 1) AMD Mirage IIICJ “Shahakˮ (Skyblazer), No.84, Black 784, No.119 ‘Bat’ Sq. (119 Tayeset), Israeli Air Force (Kheil HaAvir), Tel Nof Air Base, Israel, 1966-67 2) AMD Mirage IIICJ “Shahakˮ (Skyblazer), No.07, Black 107, No.117 ‘The First Jet’ Sq. (117 Tayeset), Israeli Air Force (Kheil HaAvir), Ramat David Air Base, Israel, autumn 1973 3) AMD Mirage IIICJ, (ex-Israeli No.12), Black C-703, Escuadrón 55 (Sq.), Grupo Aereo 4 de Caza (Air Fighter Group), Argentinian Air Force (Fuerza Aérea Argentina), El Plumerillo Military Air Base (BAM), Argentina, 1987 4) AMD Mirage IIICZ, No.161/ 806, Black 806, No.2 Sq. ‘Flying Cheetahs’, South African Air Force, Air Force Base Waterkloof, South Africa, 1975 This injection-moulded kit contains 49 parts and one clear part (the cockpit canopy). A comprehensive decal sheet is included.
  3. CD48149: McDonnell F-15E Lakenheath Strike Eagles The subjects in our first 1/48 scale sheet for the F-15E Strike Eagle consist of 10 aircraft from the 492nd and 494th Fighter Squadrons based at RAF Lakenheath in the UK. Seven of these Strike Eagles wear unique and attractive nose art with popular culture subjects; applied for the 2018 deployment of the 494th in the Middle East. We also include markings for a 492nd FS jet and for the commanders' jets for both units. Unique and colorful air intake cover markings for both units are also included on the sheet. The options on this decal sheet are: F-15E 91-0311 "Lady Liberty", 494th FS F-15E 91-0324 "White Walrus", 494th FS F-15E 91-0326 "Ravage", 494th FS F-15E 91-0329 "Deadpool", 494th FS F-15E 91-0335 "Megalodon", 494th FS F-15E 00-3003 "Gears of War", 494th FS F-15E 00-3004 "Bullseye", 494th FS F-15E 91-0320 , 494th FS F-15E 97-0221 , 492nd FS F-15E 97-0219 , 492nd FS Accurate stencilling and national insignia to build any one of the options is included. All of the sheets in this set were professionally screen printed by Cartograf in Italy. The F-15E stencilling sheet in this set is also available separately as a Caracal Models Basics item (CDB48006). The recommended kits are Great Wall Hobby (GWH) and Revell F-15E kits in 1/48 scale.
  4. MKM144102: Dassault Mirage IIIO/EP/RZ/5AD 'Worldwide Service' (RAAF, PAF, SAAF, UAEAF) The Mirage III jet fighter was developed by the French Avions Marcel Dassault company and its prototype flew in 1956. The first major production model was the Mirage IIIC, while the IIIE was an upgraded variant flying in April 1961. The Mirage IIIE was a single-seat, all-metal monoplane featuring a tailless delta configuration utilised as a multirole/strike aircraft. Compared to the previous IIIC, it had an extended fuselage for avionics and additional fuel and straight tailfin leading edge. It was powered by a SNECMA Atar 09C turbojet. It carried two DEFA cannons in the lower fuselage under the air intakes and was fitted with five external stores pylons. The first production Mirage IIIEs went to the French Air Force in 1964, with a total of 183 aircraft eventually delivered to that air arm. Licence production was also undertaken in Australia, where 98 a/c were built between 1963-68 by GAF as the Mirage IIIO. A number of Mirage IIIEs were built for export, being purchased by Argentina (IIIEA), Brazil (IIIEBR), Lebanon (IIIEL), Pakistan (IIIEP), South Africa (IIIEZ), Spain (IIIEE) and Venezuela (IIIEV). Mirage IIIR was a reconnaissance aircraft, with radar replaced by a camera nose. It was based on the IIIE but with simpler avionics. These aeroplanes we supplied to the French Air Force (IIIR/RD) and others were exported to Switzerland (one Mirage IIIRS delivered + 17 licence-built by F+W in 1968-69), Pakistan (IIIRP) and South Africa (IIIRZ/R2Z). Production of the Mirage IIIE/R (incl. exports) was substantially greater than that of the IIIC, totalling more than 530 aircraft. The Mirage 5 was the next major variant, first flying in May 1967, destined for clear-weather attack role. It was equipped with less sophisticated avionics, more fuel storage and featured a longer nose. In Belgium, 63 a/c were licence-built in the period 1970-73 by SABCA as the 5BA. A total of 531 Mirage 5s (all variants, incl. exports) were built, of which a number were exported to Abu Dhabi, Colombia, Egypt, Gabon, Libya, Pakistan, Peru, Venezuela and Zaire. Colour schemes included in the kit: 1) GAF CA-29 Mirage IIIO(F), s/n A3-3, Black A3-3, No.76 Sq., Royal Australian Air Force, Williamtown Base, New South Wales, Australia, early 1970s 2) AMD Mirage IIIEP, No.67-112, Black 112, No.5 ‘Falcons’ Sq., Pakistan Air Force (Pakistan Fiza’ya), Sargodha Air Base, Pakistan, late 1971 3) AMD Mirage IIIRZ, No. 4F4A, Black 838, No.2 Sq. ‘Flying Cheetahs’, South African Air Force, Air Force Base Hoedspruit, South Africa, 1990 4) AMD Mirage 5AD, No.402, Black 402, 2nd ‘Shaheen’ (Falcon) Sq., Fighter Wing, United Arab Emirates Air Force (Al Imarat al Arabiyah al Muttahidah), Al Dhafra Air Base, United Arab Emirates, early 1990s This injection-moulded kit contains 53 parts and two clear parts (the cockpit canopy, taxiing lamp). A comprehensive decal sheet is included.
  5. MKM14492: Dassault Mirage IIIC 'Delta-wing Fighter' (French & Swiss AF) The Mirage III jet fighter was developed by the French Avions Marcel Dassault company and its prototype flew in 1956. Regarded as a versatile second-generation fighter, it was the first Western European aircraft to exceed Mach 2 in level flight. The first major production model, the Mirage IIIC, took off in October 1960. A total of 95 were built for the French Air Force, with which it remained in service until 1988. A single aeroplane of this variant was also sold to Switzerland, while a total of 36 modified a/c, known as the Mirage IIIS, were constructed under licence by Federal Aircraft Works F+W. The Mirage IIIC was a single-seat, all-metal monoplane featuring a tailless delta configuration. It was powered by a SNECMA Atar 09B turbojet and designed for all-weather interception, close air support, ground attacks and also fighter-bomber role. It was armed with two DEFA cannons in the lower fuselage under the air intakes. Early Mirage IIIC’s had three external stores pylons (one under the fuselage and one under each wing), but another two outboard pylons were later added to each wing. The outboard pylons were intended to carry Sidewinder missiles, while the centre pylon could carry Matra AAM. Mirage IIICs were widely exported overseas and used in active combat roles in multiple conflicts. The prominent operators included Israel (IIICJ), South Africa (IIICZ) and Argentina using re-exported Israeli aircraft. A total of 184 Mirage IIIC were produced. Colour schemes included in the kit: 1) AMD Mirage IIIC, No.24, Black 5-OG/24, Escadron de Chasse 2/5 ‘Île-de-France’, French Air Force (Armée de l’Air), Air Base (BA) 115 Orange-Caritat, France, 1967 2) AMD Mirage IIIC, No.30, Black 110-RE/30, Escadron de Chasse 2/10 ‘Seine’, French Air Force (Armée de l’Air), Air Base (BA) 110 Creil, France, 1979 3) AMD Mirage IIIC, No.27, Black 3-10-LE/27, Escadron de Chasse 3/10 ‘Vexin’, French Air Force (Armée de l’Air), Air Base (BA) 188 Djibouti, 1980 4) AMD Mirage IIIC, Black J-2201, “Blümliˮ (Blossom), test a/c, Gruppe für Rüstungsdienste (GRD Armament Services Group), Swiss Air Force, Emmen Air Base, 1973 This injection-moulded kit contains 49 parts and one clear part (the cockpit canopy). A comprehensive decal sheet is included.
  6. RB72131: Napoleonic Russian Line Infantry (Musketeers) 1805-1808
  7. ED32938: Avro Lancaster B Mk.I cockpit (designed to be used with Hong Kong Models kits)
  8. RB72129: Napoleonic Russian Guard Infantry
  9. IT1142: Convair B-58 Hustler (re-release) SUPER DECALS SHEET FOR 6 VERSIONS This 4-engined delta wing bomber came into service with the US Strategic Air Force at the beginning of the 60s and was, at that time, the pinnacle of technology. The B-58 could reach supersonic speeds even at full load and was specifically designed to carry nuclear weapons so as to provide a fast response to a Soviet attack, which, back in the Cold War of the 50s, was considered a constant threat.
  10. BRP72034: Yokosuka MXY-7 Ohka model 22 plastic injection kit
  11. IT1388: Savoia-Marchetti SM.81 Pipistrello SUPER DECALS SHEET FOR 5 VERSIONS - COLOR INSTRUCTION SHEET The Savoia Marchetti SM 81 began service in the bombing units of the Regia Aeronautica (Italian Royal Air Force) around the middle of the 1930’s. It operated in the campaign in Ethiopia, in the Spanish Civil War and during World War II. It had three engines with low wings and a fixed undercarriage. It was propelled by 3 Alfa Romeo 125 RC 35 engines with 650 Hp each, or, successively, by more powerful Piaggio P. X RC.35 700 Hp engines which brought it to a maximum speed of 340 Km/h. Armed with 6 7.7 mm Breda-Safat machine guns, it had an offensive payload of 2,000 kg in bombs. At the time of its entrance in service, it was one of the most modern bombers in the world, but at the start of World War II, by then surpassed, it was predominantly used for night time missions. For this reason it was nicknamed “bat”. Nevertheless over 300 SM 81’s equipped the Regia Aeronautica squadrons on various fronts, from the Aegean Sea to North Africa.
  12. AMG72402: Bell P-63C Kingcobra
  13. AX06017: McDonnell-Douglas FGR.2 Phantom Schemes: 1) XV466 D, No1435 FLT, RAF Mount Pleasant November 1991 2) FGR.2 XV469 H 2 Squadron June 1976 3) FGR.2 Phantom XV408 92 Squadron RAF Germany As the Royal Air Force were looking to update their strike and close air support capabilities in the 1950s and 60s, they were initially expecting indigenous British designs to fulfil both of these roles, but spiralling development costs and government intervention saw them forced to look overseas for their new aircraft. As one of the world’s most successful multi-role jet aircraft, the McDonnell-Douglas Phantom was selected for both the Royal Navy and the RAF and even though it was procured at a time of great uncertainty for the British aviation industry, it proved to be both a capable and popular aircraft in UK service.
  14. IBG72056: Type 2 Ho-I Japanese Infantry Support Tank (expected early March)
  15. RB72130: Napoleonic Russian Grenadiers. 1804-1808
  16. MR72141: Northrop T-38 Talon / F-5B / RF-5A, F-5E, F-5S - Pitot Tube and 20mm gun barrels
  17. AMG72406: Messerschmitt Bf-109D-1
  18. AS32GER: Luftwaffe/German WWII generic instruments 120+
  19. CD48140: Lockheed-Martin F-35A Joint Strike Fighter The options on this decal sheet are: F-35A "A35-001", Royal Australian Air Force F-35A "A35-003", Royal Australian Air Force F-35A "902", Israeli Air Force F-35A "32-01", Italian Air Force F-35A "32-05", Italian Air Force F-35A "79-8704", Japanese Air Self Defense Force F-35A "18-001", Republic of Korea Air Force F-35A "F-001", Royal Netherlands Air Force F-35A "F-002", Royal Netherlands Air Force F-35A "5148", Royal Norwegian Air Force F-35A "5205", Royal Norwegian Air Force F-35A "18-0001", Turkish Air Force F-35A 11-5023, USAF F-35A 12-5049, USAF F-35A 14-5100, USAF F-35A 12-5050, USAF F-35A 13-5072, USAF F-35A 10-5011, USAF The F-35A/B stencilling sheet in this set is also available separately as a Caracal Models Basics item (CDB48005). The recommended kit is the Meng and Kitty Hawk F-35A kits in 1/48 scale.
  20. FDR72121: Back in stock! Gloster Meteor NF.14 corrected nose set Replacement resin nose of correct length, for the Xtrakit/Matchbox Night Fighter Meteor kit. The original kit parts supplied for the NF.14 option are too long, the nose should be the same length as the NF.12. Our master includes panel lines and intakes applicable to the NF.14. This set also includes a pair of tropical intakes as fitted to NF.14 aircraft operated by 60 Sqn in Singapore (intakes not shown). (designed to be used with Matchbox, Revell and Xtrakit kits)