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Mark I Models MKM720-12
1:720 Zeppelin S, T & U-class 'Height Climbers' Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £24.58 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14448
1:144 Re-released! Bristol Beaufighter Mk.VIC (ITF) & TF Mk.X Torpedo Fighter (RAF, Israeli AF) The Bristol Beaufighter was a British long-range heavy fighter, developed from the Beaufort torpedo bomber and first flown in July 1939. It became an efficient fighter and also night-fighter, employing the then novel AI radar. The Beaufighter was a two-seat (three seats on later TF Mk.Xs), twin engine, all-metal mid-wing cantilever mon... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £14.75 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKA14427
1:144 de Havilland Venom NF.3 Conversion Set (resin parts) This set contains one resin runner with conversion parts, a vacu canopy and small decal sheet for the Venom NF.3: upper rear fuselage (1x) port wingtip fuel tank (1x) starboard wingtip fuel tank (1x) vacu canopy (1x) Colour schemes included in the set: 1) de Havilland DH.112 Venom NF Mk.3, WX855/N, Red N, No.89 Sq., RAF, Stradishall Air Base, Suffolk, U.K.,... Aircraft detailing sets (resin) Catalogue £6.83 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM144100
1:144 Hawker Tempest Mk.V 'Le grand cirque' (The Big Show) (Royal Air Force-aircraft flown by W/Cdr P.H. Clostermann) The Hawker Tempest Mk.V was the RAF's last piston-engined fighter used in the WWII, attaining great success in destruction of the German V-1 flying bombs. Developed in late 1941 from the troublesome Typhoon interceptor, the prototype flew in September 1942. The first order was for 400 Tempests, produced as the ... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £13.58 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM144109
1:144 Hawker Tempest Mk.V series 1/2 'Doodlebug Chaser' (2in1 + resin V-1) (Royal Air Force) The Hawker Tempest Mk.V was the RAF's last piston-engined fighter used in the WWII, attaining great success in destruction of the German V-1 flying bombs. Developed in late 1941 from the troublesome Typhoon interceptor, the prototype flew in September 1942. The first order was for 400 Tempests, produced as the Mk.V Series 1 (100 a/c by H... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £16.66 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM144110
1:144 Hawker Tempest Mk.V series 2 'Fierce Fighter' (2in1) (Royal Air Force) The Hawker Tempest Mk.V was the RAF's last piston-engined fighter used in the WWII, attaining great success in destruction of the German V-1 flying bombs. Developed in late 1941 from the troublesome Typhoon interceptor, the prototype flew in September 1942. The first order was for 400 Tempests, produced as the Mk.V Series 1 (100 a/c by Hawker) and Serie... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £15.33 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM144111
1:144 Hawker Tempest Mk.V/TT.5 'In final roles' (2in1) Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £15.33 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKA14426
1:144 de Havilland Sea Venom Weapon Set (resin parts & decals) (designed to be used with Mark I Models kits) Aircraft detailing sets (resin) Catalogue £8.50 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM144135
1:144 de Havilland Sea Venom FAW.21/22/ECM.21 'Home Fleet' (2in1) The de Havilland Sea Venom was a British jet all-weather fighter developed for the Royal Navy from the RAF's Venom NF.2 night fighter. First flown in April 1951, the Sea Venoms were produced as the FAW.20 (50 a/c), improved FAW.21 (167 a/c) and uprated FAW.22 (39 new built and other Mk.21s converted). In total, 256 aircraft were taken on FAA's charge, while 39 Sea Ve... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £15.33 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM144137
1:144 de Havilland Sea Venom FAW.21/22 'In Combat Operations' (2in1) The de Havilland Sea Venom was a British jet all-weather fighter developed for the Royal Navy from the RAF's Venom NF.2 night fighter. First flown in April 1951, the Sea Venoms were produced as the FAW.20 (50 a/c), improved FAW.21 (167 a/c) and uprated FAW.22 (39 new built and other Mk.21s converted). In total, 256 aircraft were taken on FAA's charge, while 39 S... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £15.33 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKA7213
1:72 Hawker Tempest Mk.II/Mk.V/Mk.VI Vacu Canopy (2 pcs)(designed to be used with Airfix and Mark I Models kits) Aircraft canopies (vacform) Catalogue £3.08 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM144127
1:144 Fiat G.50 'Initial Series' (2in1 = 2 kits in 1 box) Italian AF, Finnish AF) The Fiat G.50 was an Italian fighter aircraft designed in the mid-1930s, which became the most advanced fighter to be produced in Italy at that time. The prototype flew in February 1937, while the first production aircraft were delivered to the air force two years later. In the autumn of 1940, an improved version with an extended combat range was ... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £15.83 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM144128
1:144 Fiat G.50/50bis 'Italian Arrow' (2in1 = 2 kits in 1 box) (Italian AF, Finnish AF, Luftwaffe) The Fiat G.50 was an Italian fighter aircraft designed in the mid-1930s, which became the most advanced fighter to be produced in Italy at that time. The prototype flew in February 1937, while the first production aircraft were delivered to the air force two years later. In the autumn of 1940, an improved version with an extended ... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £15.83 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM144129
1:144 Fiat G.50 'In Africa' (2in1 = 2 kits in 1 box) (Italian AF, South African AF) The Fiat G.50 was an Italian fighter aircraft designed in the mid-1930s, which became the most advanced fighter to be produced in Italy at that time. The prototype flew in February 1937, while the first production aircraft were delivered to the air force two years later. In the autumn of 1940, an improved version with an extended combat range wa... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £15.83 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM144130
1:144 Hawker-Siddeley HS.748/HAL-748/C-91 'VIP Service' (RAF, Indian AF, Brazilian AF) The HS.748 was a British short/medium-range twin-engined airliner designed during the late 1950s. It was originally developed and initially produced by A.V. Roe & Co., then" after its dissolution" by Hawker Siddeley Aviation and later by its successor, British Aerospace. The 748 was a remarkably successful aeroplane and an effective DC-3 re... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £24.16 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM144131
1:144 Hawker-Siddeley HS.748 'The Budgie' (Dan-Air Skyways, Chieftain Airways, Aeropostal Venezuela) The HS.748 was a British short/medium-range twin-engined airliner designed during the late 1950s. It was originally developed and initially produced by A.V. Roe & Co., then" after its dissolution" by Hawker Siddeley Aviation and later by its successor, British Aerospace. The 748 was a remarkably successful aeroplane and an e... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £24.16 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14485
1:144 de Havilland Mosquito B.VII/B.XX/F-8 'Canadian Mossie' (RCAF, USAAF) The de Havilland DH.98 Mosquito was a British multi-role combat aircraft developed in 1939. The Mosquito was constructed almost entirely of wood and, as such, it was dubbed "The Wooden Wonder". Originally conceived as an unarmed high-speed bomber, it was later adapted to many other roles, including day-time tactical bomber, night bomber, day or night fig... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £17.67 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14484
1:144 de Havilland Mosquito B.IV/PR.IV 'Swift Warrior' (RAF, Swiss AF, Soviet AF) The de Havilland DH.98 Mosquito was a British multi-role combat aircraft developed in 1939. The Mosquito was constructed almost entirely of wood and, as such, it was dubbed "The Wooden Wonder". Originally conceived as an unarmed high-speed bomber, it was later adapted to many other roles, including day-time tactical bomber, night bomber, day or ni... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £17.67 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14492
1:144 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 F... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £15.83 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14464
1:144 Dornier Do-17Z-2 'Balkan Operations' The Do 17 was a German light bomber, designed in the early 1930s. It was originally intended as a fast six-passenger mail plane and its V1 prototype flew in November 1934. Following tests and design improvements in-line and radial engine powered aircraft were evolved, represented by the Do 17E/F and Do 17K/M/P, respectively. The most recognised and mass-produced variant was the Do 17Z serie... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £19.83 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14487
1:144 BAe Harrier GR.1/VA.1 Matador The Hawker Siddeley Harrier "Jump Jet" is a British V/STOL aeroplane developed in the 1960s. The initial version, the Harrier GR.1, was based on the P.1127 (RAF) fighter and the first aircraft of a total of sixty for the RAF were delivered in the spring of 1969. The GR.1A was an upgraded version of the GR.1 having an uprated powerplant. 58 a/c of this model existed, of which 17 were new built and ... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £15.25 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14471
1:144 Dornier Do-17Z-2/3 'In Finland' The Do-17 was a German light bomber, designed in the early 1930s. It was originally intended as a fast six-passenger mail plane and its V1 prototype flew in November 1934. Following tests and design improvements in-line and radial engine powered aircraft were evolved, represented by the Do-17E/F and Do-17K/M/P, respectively. The most recognised and mass-produced variant was the Do 17Z series, wi... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £19.83 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKA14424
1:144 Civil airport base - 1pc (rectangular concrete panels) A single 1:144 scale display base depicting tarmac section of the civil airport. Dimensions: length 7.20in/183mm, width 5.87in/149mm. Diorama accessories (card and paper) Catalogue £1.08 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM144120
1:144 Hawker-Siddeley HS.748 Andover Military 'Europe' (RAF, RAE, Belgian AF) The HS.748 was a British short/medium-range twin-engined airliner designed during the late 1950s. It was originally developed and initially produced by A.V. Roe & Co., then" after its dissolution" by Hawker Siddeley Aviation and later by its successor, British Aerospace. The 748 was a remarkably successful aeroplane and an effective DC-3 replacement... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £24.16 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM144121
1:144 Hawker-Siddeley HS.748 Andover Military 'Asia & Australia' (RAF ME, RAAF, Royal Thai AF) The HS.748 was a British short/medium-range twin-engined airliner designed during the late 1950s. It was originally developed and initially produced by A.V. Roe & Co., then a" after its dissolution a" by Hawker Siddeley Aviation and later by its successor, British Aerospace. The 748 was a remarkably successful aeroplane and an effecti... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £24.16 - In Stock
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