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Hannants News: 16/11/19

11 new Xtradecals now in New Arrivals!!!

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In Stock: Wingnut Wings WNW32079 Hannover CL.II (Early)

The new ICM kits now here. The 1:32nd Gladiator is arriving early December! This years best selling 1:32nd kit!

4 more limited production kits just announced from Wingnut Wings.

In Stock Tamiya TA61120 1:48 Lockheed P-38F/G Lightning

5 new Wingnut Wings Albatos D.V just announced for November release!

December new release Eduard items just announced! See them in Future Releases!

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Top Selling New Items for Last 7 Days

  1. X72317: RAF Lockheed C-130J Hercules C.5 Special Schemes Pt2 (1) Lockheed C-130J Hercules C.5 'ZH880' of 47 Squadron, Royal Air Force based at RAF Brize Norton, UK, 2016 Includes Bonus 617 Squadron F-35B Decal Option!
  2. X72315: Lockheed F-104 Starfighter Collection Pt2 (13)RF-104G Starfighter '9054/FX90' of 10th Tactical Wing, Force aérienne belge, (Belgian Air Force) based at Kleine-Brogel, Belgium, 1980. CF-104 Starfighter, '104761', of the 4th Wing, Canadian Armed Forces, based at CFB Baden- Solellingen, West Germany, 1983. F-104G Starfighter, 'R-345' of Esk.723 Flyvevåbnet, (Royal Danish Air Force), based at Aalborg, Denmark, 1980s. CF-104G Starfighter, '4870' of 331 Skvadron, Luftforsvaret, (Royal Danish Air Force), based at Bodø, Norway, late-1970s. F-104G Starfighter, '12623/FG-623', of Türk Hava Kuvvetleri (Turkish Air Force), based in Turkey, 1965. F-104G Starfighter, 'JA+124', of Jadgeshwader 'Richthofen' (JG 71), Luftwaffe, (German Air Force), based at Wittmund, West Germany, 1965. F-104G Starfighter, '6-19' of 154 Gruppo/6 Stormo, Aeronautica Militare, (Italian Air Force), based at Ghedi, Italy, Summer, 1965. F-104J Starfighter, '56-8672', of 201st Hikotai, 2nd Kokudan, Kōkū Jieitai, (Japan Air Self Defence Force), based at Chitose Air Base, Japan, 1970's. F-104G Starfighter 'C8-1/104-01' of Escadron 104, Ala 6/16, Ejercito del Aire, (Spanish Air Force) based at Torrejon, Spain, 1965-72. RF-104G Starfighter, 'D-8107' of of OCU/306 Squadron, Commando Luchtverdedinging, Koninkijke Luchtmacht, (Royal Netherlands Air Force), based at Volkel, Netherlands, 1970's. F-104S Starfighter, '5-30' of 23 Gruppo/5 Stormo, Aeronautica Militare, (Italian Air Force), based at Rimini, Italy, 1986. F-104G Starfighter '802' of NASA, based at Dryden Flight Research Facility, California, USA, 1980's. F-104G Starfighter, '6_093' of Türk Hava Kuvvetleri (Turkish Air Force), based in Turkey, 1970's.
  3. X72313: Mikoyan MiG-17F, PZL-Mielec Lim-5 & Shenyang J-5 Collection (12) • Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-17F (Fresco C), ‘Red 15’, of Voennovezdusni sili (Bulgarian Air Force), Bulgaria, 1960s. • Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-17F (Fresco C), ‘1411’, of Ye Ithopya Ayer Hayl, (Ethiopian Air Force), flown by Cuban Air Force pilots during the Ogaden War, Eithiopia, 1977-78. • Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-17F (Fresco C), ‘Red 630’, of Jagdfliegergeschwader 2 Luftstreitkrafte der Nationalen Volksarmee, (East German Air Force), East Germany, 1964. • Shenyang J-5, ‘Red 4-10’, of 1875th Regiment Forca Ajrore e Republikes se Shqiperise, (Albanian Air Force), based at Kuçove Air Base, Albania, 1991. • Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-17F (Fresco C), ‘Red 46', of the Kubinka Display Team, Voyenno-Vozdushnye Sily, (Soviet Air Force), 1960s. • Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-17F (Fresco C), ‘Red 767', of Fortele Aeriene Romane, (Romanian Air Force), 1960s. • PZL-Mielec Lim-5, ‘Red 1023’, 61 Lotniczy Pulk Szkolno-Bojowy, Sily Powietrzne, (Polish Air Force), based at Biala Podlaska Air Base, Poland, 1985. • Shenyang J-5 ‘Red 63243’, of the Korean People's Army Air and Anti-Air Force, (North Korean Air Force) 2018. • Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-17F (Fresco C), ‘2975’, of El Quwat El Gawiya El Masriya, (Egyptian Air Force), 1973. • Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-17F (Fresco C), ‘Black 106’, Force Aerienne Congolaise, (Congolese Air Force), based at Pointe Noire Air Base, Congo, Mid-1980s. • Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-17F (Fresco C), ‘Yellow U602’, of the Uganda People's Defence Force, (Ugandan Air Force) 1976. • Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-17F (Fresco C), ‘Red 242’, of Tafika Anabakabaka Malagasy, (Malagasy Air Force), 1990.
  4. X72314: Lockheed F-104 Starfighter Collection Pt1 (12)F-104G Starfighter '32733', '161-25' of Escadron 61, Ala 6, Ejercito del Aire, (Spanish Air Force) based at Torrejon, Spain, 1965-66. RF-104G Starfighter '12235/W-FN' of 331 Skvadron, Luftforsvaret, (Norweigan Air Force) based at Bode, Norway, 1964. F-104G Starfighter, 'D-8288' of 322 Squadron, Commando Luchtverdedinging, Koninkijke Luchtmacht, (Royal Netherlands Air Force), based at Leeuwarden, Netherlands, 1970's. F-104G Starfighter, '26+65', of Marinefliegergeschwader 1 (MFG 1), Deutsche Marine, (German Navy), based at Schleswig-Jagel, West Germany, 1983. F-104S Starfighter, '37-11/MM6795’ of 18 Gruppo/37 Stormo, Aeronautica Militare, (Italian Air Force), based at Trapani/Birgi, Italy, 1996. F-104G Starfighter '62-12347/4414' of 8 Squadron, 427th Wing, Zhōnghuá Mínguó Kōngjūn (Republic of China Air Force) based at Ching Chuan Kang Air Base, Taiwan, 1970's. F-104G Starfighter, '6_164' of Türk Hava Kuvvetleri (Turkish Air Force), based in Turkey, 1980's. F-104G Starfighter, 'FX-1', of Belgische Luchtmacht, (Belgian Air Force), based in Belgium, 14 February, 1963. CF-104 Starfighter, ‘104779', of 421 Squadron, Canadian Armed Forces, based at Zweibrücken, West Germany, 1972. F-104G Starfighter, 'R-346' of Esk.723 Flyvevåbnet, (Royal Danish Air Force), based at Aalborg, Denmark, 14 February, 1966. RF-104G Starfighter, 'FG-6693', of 116 Pterix, Hellenic Air Force (Greek Air Force), based at Araxos, Greece, 1992. F-104G Starfighter, '4-27' of 9 Gruppo/4 Stormo, Aeronautica Militare, (Italian Air Force), based at Grosseto, Italy, September, 1989.
  5. X72316: RAF Lockheed C-130J Hercules C.5 Special Schemes Pt1 (1) Lockheed C-130J Hercules C.5 'ZH883' of 47 Squadron, Royal Air Force based at RAF Brize Norton, UK, 2016 Includes Bonus IX Squadron Typhoon FGR.4 Decal Option!
  6. X48209: Lockheed F-104 Starfighter Collection Pt2 (7) RF-104G Starfighter '9054/FX90' of 10th Tactical Wing, Force aérienne belge, (Belgian Air Force) based at Kleine-Brogel, Belgium, 1980. CF-104 Starfighter, '104761', of the 4th Wing, Canadian Armed Forces, based at CFB Baden- Solellingen, West Germany, 1983. F-104G Starfighter, 'R-345' of Esk.723 Flyvevåbnet, (Royal Danish Air Force), based at Aalborg, Denmark, 1980s. F-104G Starfighter, 'JA+124', of Jadgeshwader 'Richthofen' (JG 71), Luftwaffe, (German Air Force), based at Wittmund,West Germany, 1965. F-104G Starfighter, '6-19' of 154 Gruppo/6 Stormo, Aeronautica Militare, (Italian Air Force), based at Ghedi, Italy, Summer, 1965. F-104J Starfighter, '56-8672', of 201st Hikotai, 2nd Kokudan, Kōkū Jieitai, (Japan Air Self Defence Force), based at Chitose Air Base, Japan, 1970's. F-104G Starfighter '802' of NASA, based at Dryden Flight Research Facility, California, USA, 1980's.
  7. X48208: Lockheed F-104 Starfighter Collection Pt1 (7) F-104G Starfighter '32733', '161-25' of Escadron 61, Ala 6, Ejercito del Aire, (Spanish Air Force) based at Torrejon, Spain, 1965-66. RF-104G Starfighter '12235/W-FN' of 331 Skvadron, Luftforsvaret, (Norweigan Air Force) based at Bode, Norway, 1964. F-104G Starfighter, 'D-8288' of 322 Squadron, Commando Luchtverdedinging, Koninkijke Luchtmacht, (Royal Netherlands Air Force), based at Leeuwarden, Netherlands, 1970's. F-104G Starfighter, '26+65', of Marinefliegergeschwader 1 (MFG 1), Deutsche Marine, (German Navy), based at Schleswig-Jagel, West Germany,1983. F-104G Starfighter '62-12347/4414' of 8 Squadron, 427th Wing, Zhōnghuá Mínguó Kōngjūn (Republic of China Air Force) based at Ching Chuan Kang Air Base, Taiwan, 1970's. F-104G Starfighter, '6_164' of Türk Hava Kuvvetleri (Turkish Air Force), based in Turkey, 1980's. F-104S Starfighter, '37-11/MM6795’ of 18 Gruppo/37 Stormo, Aeronautica Militare, (Italian Air Force), based at Trapani/Birgi, Italy, 1996
  8. ED648516: Lockheed P-38F/G Lightning gun barrels 1/48 (designed to be used with Tamiya kits) [P-38G]
  9. X48212: RAF Harrier GR.3s (11) Hawker-Siddeley Harrier GR.3, XZ967, ‘D’, ‘Donatello’ of 1473 Flight, RAF, RAF Belize, Belize, 1993. Hawker-Siddeley Harrier GR.3, ZD668, ‘3E’ of 20(R) Squadron/233 OCU, RAF, RAF Laarbruch, West Germany, 30 March 1993. Hawker-Siddeley Harrier GR.3, XZ972, ‘Red 33’ flown by Flight Lieutenant Jeff Glover of 1(F) Squadron, RAF aboard HMS Hermes, during ‘Operation Corporate, South Atlantic, 21 May 1982 Hawker-Siddeley Harrier GR.3, XZ971, ‘G’, ‘Hod Carrier’ of 1473 Flight, RAF, RAF Belize, Belize, 1993. Hawker-Siddeley Harrier GR.3, XV760, ‘K’of 3 Squadron, RAF, RAF Gutersloh, West Germany, April 1989. Hawker-Siddeley Harrier GR.3, XV738, ‘B’ of No.IV (AC) Squadron, during ‘Operation Matchcoat’, RAF Gutersloh, West Germany, 1984. Hawker-Siddeley Harrier GR.3, XV758, ‘V’of 3 Squadron, RAF, RAF Gutersloh, West Germany, April, 1989. Hawker-Siddeley Harrier GR.3, XV809, ‘AF’ of 3 Squadron, RAF, during Exercise ‘Match-Coat’ 1984 Hawker-Siddeley Harrier GR.3, XV778, ‘16’ of 1(F) Squadron, RAF, during Exercise ‘Cold Winter’ deployed to Tromso, Norway, 1979. Hawker-Siddeley Harrier GR.3, XV787, ‘V’ of 1453 Flight, RAF, RAF Port Stanley, Falkland Islands, 1983. Hawker-Siddeley Harrier GR.3, XW916, ‘CW’ of IV Squadron, RAF, RAF Gutersloh, Germany 1981.
  10. PMAL7033: Curtiss C-46 Commando propeller (designed to be used with Williams Bros and S & M kits)
  11. RV5688: Supermarine Spitfire Mk.V 'Iron Maiden' Gift Set It’s 35 years since Iron Maiden released their seminal ‘Aces High’ single, taken from their 1984 ‘Powerslave’ album, and Revell have recreated the single cover’s Mk.II Spitfire to commemorate this historic event. Including both seated and standing Eddie figures in typical Battle of Britain era flying gear, this is the model kit that every discerning Iron Maiden fan will want to have! The kit itself is finely detailed and features full cockpit and undercarriage. Additionally, flaps can be positioned up or down and decals are included for the album cover version and alternate display model as used during live stage shows to promote the record. This Limited Edition Gift Set version also includes; Contacta Professional glue, a paintbrush and selected Aqua Colour acrylic paints.
  12. X48210: Lockheed F-104G Starfighter Part 3 (7) F-104G Starfighter '62-12250/4301' of 7 Squadron, 421st Tactical Combined Wing, Zhōnghuá Mínguó Kōngjūn (Republic of China Air Force) based at Ching Chuan Kang Air Base, Taiwan, early 1990's. F-104G Starfighter, 'D-8331' of 312 Squadron, Commando Luchtverdedinging, Koninkijke Luchtmacht, (Royal Netherlands Air Force), based at Volkel, Netherlands, 1983. F-104J Starfighter, '46-8648', of 204th Hikotai, 5th Kokudan, Kōkū Jieitai, (Japan Air Self Defence Force), based at Tsuiki Air Base, Japan, late-1970's. F-104S Starfighter, '4-21' of 9 Gruppo/4 Stormo, Aeronautica Militare, (Italian Air Force), based at Grosetto, Italy, 1989. F-104G Starfighter '24+54' of Wehrtechnische Dienststelle f¸r Luftfahrzeuge der Bundeswehr (WTD 1) Luftwaffe (German Air Force) based in West Germany, 1985. CF-104 Starfighter, '104733', of 1 Canada Air Group, Canadian Armed Forces, based at CFB Baden- Solellingen, West Germany, 1964. RF-104G Starfighter, 'EA+235', of Aufklarungsgeschwader 51 (AG 51), Luftwaffe, (German Air Force), based at Marville, France, 1966.
  13. X48213: Hawker Hunter F.4 (12) WV255, ‘X’ flown by Flight Officer Nigel Walpole of 26 Squadron, Royal Air Force, based at RAF Oldenburg, West Germany, 1956. XF313, ‘G’ of 76 Squadron, Royal Air Force, based at RAF Bruggen, West Germany, December, 1956. WV269, ‘H’ of 74 Squadron, Royal Air Force, based at RAF Horsham St Faith during ‘Exercise Valiant’, May 1957. WV314, ‘B’ of 92 Squadron, Royal Air Force, based at RAF Linton–on-Ouse, 1956. XE667, ‘Z’ of IV (AC) Squadron, Royal Air Force, based at RAF Geilenkirchen, West Germany, 3 April 1956. WW663, ‘H’ flown by the C.O of 14 Squadron, Royal Air Force, based at RAF Alhorn, West Germany, 18 March 1957. WV973, ‘B’ of 20 Squadron, Royal Air Force, based at RAF Oldenburg, West Germany, 1957. XF317, ‘U’ flown by Flying Officer Mike McEvoy of ‘B Flight’, 67 Squadron, Royal Air Force, based at RAF Bruggen, West Germany, April 1957. WV267, ‘R’ of 93 Squadron, Royal Air Force, based at RAF Jever, West Germany,1957. WT802, ‘P’ of 98 Squadron, Royal Air Force, based at RAF Jever, West Germany, 1957. XE713, ‘E’ of 66 Squadron, Royal Air Force, based at RAF Acklington, 1959. Hunter FR.71A, J-734, (Previously ex-RAF XF317) of 8 Grupo, Chilean Air Force, based in Chile, 1976.
  14. ED648515: Lockheed P-38F/G Lightning wheels 1/48 (designed to be used with Tamiya kits) [P-38G]
  15. X48211: Early RAF Harrier GR.1/3s (8) Hawker-Siddeley Harrier GR.1, XV753, ‘53’ of the Harrier Operational Conversion Unit, RAF, RAF Wittering, 1970. Hawker-Siddeley Harrier GR.1A, XW745, ‘Blue 27’ of 233 Operational Conversion Unit, RAF, RAF Wittering, seen at RAF Woodford, 17 August, 1974. Hawker-Siddeley Harrier GR.3, XV762, ‘Blue 44’ of 233 Operational Conversion Unit, RAF, RAF Wittering, 25 Feburary, 1975. Hawker-Siddeley Harrier GR.1, XV787, ‘Red Alpha’ of 1 (F) Squadron, RAF, RAF Wittering, early 1970s. Hawker-Siddeley Harrier GR.3, XV793, ‘Yellow Romeo’ of 3 (F) Squadron, RAF, RAF Gutersloh, West Germany, 1970s Hawker-Siddeley Harrier GR.3, XV786, ‘Black Echo’ of IV (AC) Squadron, RAF, RAF Gutersloh, West Germany, March, 1975. Hawker-Siddeley Harrier GR.3, XV802, ‘Black X-Ray X-Ray’ of 20 (R) Squadron, RAF, RAF Wildenrath, West Germany, June, 1971. Hawker-Siddeley Harrier GR.3, XV787, ‘Red 02’, ‘Hot to Trot’ of 1 (F) Squadron, RAF, RAF Belize,Belize, 1975.
  16. EDFE1043: Lockheed P-38F/G Lightning seatbelts STEEL 1/48 (designed to be used with Tamiya kits)
  17. RV7047: Land Rover Series III LWB NEW TOOL!!! The comprehensive Skill Level 3 Kit will include a number of alternate parts and it will be possible to complete as a left or right-hand drive version. Additionally, there is a dedicated German-version seating option and a choice of wing mirrors. The kit as standard includes a roof-mounted spare wheel/tyre and roof rack begging to be filled with aftermarket accessories.
  18. PMAL7034: Wheels for Curtiss C-46 Commando (designed to be used with Williams Bros and S & M kits)
  19. WPS123: de Havilland (Canada) DHC-1 CHIPMUNK - by Adrian M Balch The Chipmunk is probably the most famous and well-known post-war piston-engined basic training aircraft after the Tiger Moth, for which it was designed as a replacement by de Havilland in Canada. It first flew on 22 May 1946 and entered operational service that same year. During the late 1940s and 1950s, the Chipmunk was procured in large numbers for air arms around the world, primarily the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) and the, Royal Air Force (RAF), who utilised it as their standard primary trainer aircraft. The type was also produced under licence by de Havilland in the United Kingdom, who would build the vast majority of Chipmunks, as well as by OGMA (Oficinas Gerais de Material Aeronáutico) in Portugal.The type served with the RAF right up until 1996 in the ab initial training role and many still fly today in civilian guise. This is another quality publication in the Warpaint series by author Adrian Balch, who relates the history of the Chipmunk together with colour scheme details for the modeller, supported by no less than 90 top quality photographs from his archives, the majority of which are in colour. Many colourful profiles are provided by Jan Polc, making this 48-page publication a 'must have' for the aviation historian and modeller alike. [DHC Chipmunk T.10 T.20 T.30]
  20. IT1434: McDonnell FG.1 Phantom (Ex Fujimi?) (F-4M) SUPER DECALS FOR 3 VERSIONS - COLOR INSTRUCTIONS SHEET Developed by the American aircraft company McDonnell Douglas, the F-4 Phantom II is a tandem two-seat, all-weather, supersonic fighter-bomber. It entered service during the 1960’s and is one of the most notable aircraft in military aviation history. Beginning in the ‘60s and continuing into the 80’s, it was widely used in the United Kingdom by both the Royal Navy and the Royal Air Force. It was deployed in many role specific versions including air defense, close support, ground attack and also reconnaissance tasks. The Royal Navy first used the Phantom in 1964 to replace the obsolete Sea Vixen. Its primary role was to ensure the UK fleet’s air defense from aerial threats, with the added capability of operating from the decks of the British carriers. Very similar to those versions produced in the USA, the UK Phantom FG.1’s and FGR.2’s were characterized by the adoption of Rolls-Royce turbojet engines instead of the American GE J-79 engine.