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Warpaint Series WPS122
No Scale Albatros D.I - D.III By Dave Hooper The Albatros D.III was flown by many top German aces during World War One, including Wilhelm Frankl, Erich Lowenhardt, Manfred von Richthofen, Karl Emil Schafer, Ernst Udet, and Kurt Wolff and was the preeminent fighter during the period of German aerial dominance known as 'Bloody April' 1917. The D.III entered squadron service in December 1916, and was immediately acclaimed by German aircre... Aircraft books Catalogue £15.00 - In Stock
Warpaint Series WPSSP02
None Re-released! Messerschmitt Bf-109. When it comes to famous aircraft of the 20th Century, one that is sure to come to the top of the list is the Messerschmitt Bf109. With a career spanning nearly 20 years and over 30.000 examples of being built the Bf109 is probably the most recognised of all the World War 2 fighters. Ironically this German fighter started and ended its life being powered by British engines. Aircraft books Catalogue £25.00 - In Stock
Warpaint Series WPSSP03
None Re-released! de Havilland Mosquito Mks I to TT.39 Written and Illustrated by Richard J Caruana 84 pages Born during the dark days of World War 2, the Mosquito was the result of revolutionary thinking that started way back in 1936. Although originally designed and built as a bomber, it was even- tually adapted to any role imaginable where speed was of an essence. In fact its only defence was its capability of outpacing en... Aircraft books Catalogue £25.00 - In Stock
Warpaint Series WPSSP05
None NEW! Warpaint Special no 5 North-American P-51 Mustang - Warpaint Special no 5 - A massive 108 pages - Author superb and respected Kev Darling - Artwork by John Fox - Over 200 images some never seen before - 16 pages of Colour Profiles - 2 page scale Plans - 4 pages of detailed Aircraft used by various units Aircraft books Catalogue £22.00 - In Stock
Warpaint Series WPS129
No Scale Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-3 By Nikolay Yakubovich By the time Operation Barbarossa unfolded on 22 June 1941 some 981 MiG-3s were in service with the Soviet Air Forces (VVS), the Soviet Air Defence Forces (PVO) and Soviet Naval Aviation, but the aircraft had undergone a difficult development and was an unforgiving machine to fly in combat. It had been designed for high-altitude but combat over the Eastern Front was generally at l... Aircraft books Catalogue £17.00 - In Stock
Warpaint Series WPS128
No Scale Bristol Scout Aircraft books Catalogue £14.00 - In Stock
Warpaint Series WPS127
No Scale Cessna T-37 A/B/C 'Tweet' and the A-37A/B 'Dragonfly' By Kev Darling When USAF went searching for a new jet trainer in the early 1950's to replace the Lockheed T-33, it came as a great surprise to all when Cessna, best known for producing light aircraft, actually won the competition. Little did anyone realise that the T-37, the new training aircraft's designation, would stay in service for fifty years. Along the way the fle... Aircraft books Catalogue £20.00 - In Stock
Warpaint Series WPS126
No Scale Grumman F-14 Tomcat By Charles Stafrace. The US Navy embarked on the VFX fighter programme when it became obvious that the weight, engine and manoeuvrability issues plaguing F-111B, the naval variant of the Tactical Fighter Experimental (TFX), would not be resolved to the Navy's satisfaction. The Navy requirement was for a fleet air defence fighter whose primary role was intercepting Soviet bombers before they could launch mis... Aircraft books Catalogue £25.00 - In Stock
Warpaint Series WPS125
No Scale Bristol Britannia including the Canadair CP-107 Argus and CC-106 Yukon by Charles Starface. The Britannia and its Canadian derivatives were not built in huge numbers - 39 Yukons and CL-44s, and 33 Argus were built in Canada. These and the 85 Britannias carried out useful work faithfully and reliably, and all over the world, the last civilian Britannia being retired in 1997. All versions of this interesting aircraft are desc... Aircraft books Catalogue £16.00 - In Stock
Warpaint Series WPS31
No Scale RAF/RN McDonnell F-4K/F-4M Phantoms (Hall Park Books Limited) Designed with both the aircraft enthusiast and the modeller in mind, this series offers a comprehensive and accurate account of a single aircraft type within each issue. Drawings provided in both colour side and plan view with 1:72 scale plans, kit decal and accessory lists, squadrons, units and individual aircraft serials in codes, etc. Aircraft books Catalogue £15.50 - In Stock
Warpaint Series WPS124
No Scale Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-17 by Nikolay Yakubovich The Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-17 Fresco followed on from the successful MiG-15 design providing the Soviet air forces with a high-subsonic fighter aircraft that was able to hold its own against many of the NATO aircraft of its day. MiG-17s first saw combat in 1958 in the Second Taiwan Strait Crisis and later proved to be an effective threat against more modern supersonic fighter... Aircraft books Catalogue £16.00 - In Stock
Warpaint Series WPS15
No Scale Short Stirling Mk.I/Mk.II/Mk.III Aircraft books Catalogue £12.50 - In Stock
Warpaint Series WPS27
No Scale de Havilland Vampire Aircraft books Catalogue £18.50 - In Stock
Warpaint Series WPAV01
No Scale Warpaint Aviation #1 - Fall of Iron Edited by Gary Hatcher & Chris Meddings. Fall of Iron is the first in a series of compendium volumes covering military aircraft with a focus on some of the less well-covered subjects. The series is designed to offer a brief one-stop historical reference combined with colour artwork and is aimed primarily scale modellers but offers plenty for the general aviation enthusiast too. This first ... Aircraft books Catalogue £18.00 - In Stock
Warpaint Series WPS21
No Scale Armstrong-Whitworth Whitley [Mk.I Mk.II Mk.III Mk.V Mk.VII Mk.X] Aircraft books Catalogue £13.00 - In Stock
Warpaint Series WPS123
No Scale 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 t... Aircraft books Catalogue £14.00 - In Stock
Warpaint Series WPS119
No Scale Grumman F9F Panther When the US Navy decided to enter the jet age it was no surprise that it turned to Grumman for its first carrier borne jet fighter bomber with a recon option. The first design produced by the company was a mighty beast, more akin to a bomber than a fighter. Unfortunately American jet engine development was concentrating mainly on the turbojet, a slow process as little was really known about manufacturing s... Aircraft books Catalogue £15.00 - In Stock
Warpaint Series WPP01
No Scale Warpaint Profile & Line Drawings no 1 - American Aircraft of WWII. 100 pages Perfect bound New from Guideline Licensed Publications is this innovative collection of artworks and scale drawings culled from the famous Warpaint series and collected in a single volume presenting eight iconic US military aircraft types from the Second World War Warpaint has grown into one of the most authoritative and comprehensive encyclopaed... Aircraft books Catalogue £18.00 - In Stock
Warpaint Series WPS121
No Scale Douglas A-4 Skyhawk 144 pages. Perfect bound Born out of a United States Navy (USN) requirement for a carrier-based, tactical, nuclear strike aircraft and designed under the supervision of the Douglas Aircraft Company's Edward H.Heinemann, the Skyhawk went on to become one of the USN and United States Marine Corps (USMC) iconic aircraft of the Vietnam War. Based around Heinemann's concept of 'keep it light, keep it simple' ... Aircraft books Catalogue £25.00 - In Stock
Warpaint Series WPS120
No Scale Mikoyan-Gurevich MIG-15. Long overdue in the Warpaint range, the MiG-15 is one of the most important and influential aircraft to come out of the early years of the Cold War and was to see active service in a wide range of theatres and with a great many Soviet client states. The MiG-15 was a jet fighter aircraft developed by Mikoyan-Gurevich for the Soviet Union and was one of the first successful jet fighters to incorporate s... Aircraft books Catalogue £16.00 - In Stock
Warpaint Series WPS118
No Scale North-American B-45 Tornado. Like most nations America likes to celebrate its first's. Strangely enough this didn't seem to apply to the first jet bomber in USAF service, the North-American B-45 Tornado. Although the airframe layout bore some resemblance to WW2 aircraft this new boy on the block had many aerodynamic refinements commensurate with the newly emerging jet engines. In common with many new designs the B-45 underwe... Aircraft books Catalogue £15.00 - In Stock
Warpaint Series WPS117
No Scale Douglas F4D/F-6 Skyray and F5D Skylancer by Tony Butler. The Douglas F4D Skyray (always known as the 'Ford' because of its designation) was intended to be the US Navy's first supersonic fighter, though in fact it was really a transonic aircraft. A very handsome machine it had a relatively short career but equipped quite a number of units both with the Navy and the US Marines. It was flawed and fell short of being a true all... Aircraft books Catalogue £14.00 - In Stock
Warpaint Series WPT116
No Scale Cessna Bird Dog Warpaint Special No 4 Author: Des Brennan. Cessna's Bird Dog was designed and built to serve in what some might regard as the unglamorous field of Army co-operation at a time when attention was more often focused on a growing array of gleaming silver, nuclear-capable jet fighters and bombers deemed essential for a seemingly inevitable Third World War. Nonetheless the Bird Dog was flown sometimes by multiple ser... Aircraft books Catalogue £11.99 - In Stock
Warpaint Series WPS116
No Scale Hawker Fury and Nimrod Author: William Harrison The first RAF front line fighter to achieve more than 200 mph was the Hawker Fury, and its naval counterpart the Hawker Nimrod. These two attractive fighters came from the design office of the late Sydney Camm, Hawker's chief designer. The Fury started life as a private venture known as the Hornet but when this machine exceeded expectations the name was changed to Fury. Although ... Aircraft books Catalogue £16.00 - In Stock
Warpaint Series WPS55
No Scale Hawker Tempest Mk.II thru to Mk.VI (Hall Park Books Limited)[Mk.III Mk.IV Mk.V] Aircraft books Catalogue £13.00 - In Stock