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Mark I Models MKA7210
1:72 Supermarine Attacker F.1/FB.2 vacu canopy (2 different types) (designed to be used with AZ Models kits) Aircraft canopies (vacform) Catalogue £3.50 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKA7211
1:72 Westland Wyvern S.4 vacu canopy (2pcs) (designed to be used with Trumpeter kits) Aircraft canopies (vacform) Catalogue £3.50 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKA7212
1:72 de Havilland Vampire FB.5 vacu canopy (2pcs) (designed to be used with Cyber-Hobby, Heller and Special Hobby kits) Aircraft canopies (vacform) Catalogue £2.80 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14483
1:144 de Havilland Mosquito B.IV ‘Wooden Bomber’ (RAF) 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 WonderË. 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 fighter, fighter-bomber,... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £19.99 - 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 WonderË. 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 nig... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £19.99 - 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 WonderË. 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 figh... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £19.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14489
1:144 Supermarine Spitfire Mk.XIV Bubbletop ‘In Europe’ (2in1 = 2 kits in 1 box) (RAF, RAAF, Belgian AF) The Supermarine Type 379 Spitfire Mk.XIV was a British fighter developed during WWII. It was the most important of the Griffon-powered Spitfires, and the only one to see significant wartime service. The Mk.XIV was also the most successful in intercepting V-1 flying bombs. Based on the Mk.VIII fuselage, the first developmen... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £14.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14490
1:144 Supermarine Spitfire Mk.XIV Bubbletop Far East Service’ (2in1 = 2 kits in 1 box) (RAF, Royal Indian AF, Royal Thai AF) The Supermarine Type 379 Spitfire Mk.XIV was a British fighter developed during WWII. It was the most important of the Griffon-powered Spitfires, and the only one to see significant wartime service. Based on the Mk.VIII fuselage, the first development Mk.XIV flew early in 1943. Initially the aircraft were... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £14.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14491
1:144 Supermarine Spitfire Mk.XVIII ‘Mighty Eighteen’ (2in1 = 2 kits in 1 box) (RAF, Indian AF) The Supermarine Type 394 Spitfire Mk.XVIII was a British fighter evolved from the F Mk.XIVE and was conceived as a ‘Super Spitfire’. Unfortunately, it came too late for wartime use. There was no prototype built while the first serial aircraft flew in June 1945. Production ended in early 1946 and totalled 200 Spitfire F Mk.XVIIIs and ... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £14.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14494
1:144 de Havilland Mosquito B.IV/PR.IV ’Special Liveries’ (RAF, BOAC, Luftwaffe) 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 WonderË. 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 nigh... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £19.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14497
1:144 de Havilland Vampire F.3 ‘Jet Fighter’ (2in1 = 2 kits in 1 box) (RAF, RCAF, RNoAF, MexAF) The de Havilland Vampire was a British jet fighter developed during WWII. It was the second jet, after the Gloster Meteor, operated by the RAF. It replaced wartime piston-engine fighters and was in front-line service until 1953. The Vampire Mk.3 fighter which first flew in November 1946 was based on the Vampire Mk.I but possessed ... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £17.30 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14498
1:144 de Havilland Vampire FB.9 ‘Tropical Fighter-Bomber’ (2in1 = 2 kits in 1 box) (RAF, RhAF) The de Havilland Vampire was a British jet fighter developed during WWII. It was the second jet, after the Gloster Meteor, operated by the RAF. It replaced wartime piston-engine fighters and was in front-line service until 1953. The Vampire FB Mk.9 was a tropicalised fighter-bomber variant based on the Vampire Mk.5, which was in prod... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £17.30 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM720-08
1:720 HMA R33/R34 (Armstrong Whitworth R33/Beardmore R34 ‘Transatlantic Flyer’ (Royal Navy, Royal Air Force, National Physical Laboratory) Rigid airships were produced and relatively successfully employed in the period from the early 1900s to the end of the 1930s. The real technology trailblazer in this field was the Zeppelin company, of Imperial Germany, which built nearly one hundred military airships. British rigid airship des... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £24.60 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14423
1:144 Westland Wessex HC.2/HAR.2 A British licence development of the Sikorsky S-58, the Westland Wessex was a general purpose duties all-metal helicopter produced by Westland Aircraft Ltd The Wessex HC.2 was designed for battlefield tactical support, troop-carrying and casualty evacuation Powered by twin Rolls-Royce Gnome turboshaft engines in a redesigned nose (compared to HAS.1/3), the pre-production prototype first flew in Oct... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £14.99 - 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 £22.70 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14475
1:144 Curtiss H-75A 'Ilmavoimat' Curtiss Hawk 75A ‘Ilmavoimat’ (Finnish AF). The Curtiss H-75 was the export version of the American P-36 Hawk (Curtiss Model 75) fighter of the mid-1930s. Several subtypes were produced and designated the H-75A-1 to A-9, which differed in engine, equipment and armament installations. The first foreign order was received from France which took delivery of more than 400 aircraft of different variants ... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £13.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKA14407
1:144 Grassy Surface A single 1:144 scale sheet depicting an actual military aircraft base or helicopter landing zone, and the terrain surroundings. Dimensions: length 4.53in/115mm, width 3.54in/90mm. Diorama accessories (card and paper) Catalogue £0.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM720-06
1:720 Zeppelin R-class 'Großkampf-Typ' Rigid airships (or dirigibles) were produced and relatively successfully employed in the period from the early 1900s to the end of the 1930s. During WWI the Zeppelin company, of Imperial Germany, built nearly one hundred military airships both for their army and naval corps. The airship type and construction was characterised by particular class (A to X). During The Great War they were used as... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £24.60 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM720-07
1:720 Zeppelin R-class 'Super-Zeppelin' Rigid airships (or dirigibles) were produced and relatively successfully employed in the period from the early 1900s to the end of the 1930s. During WWI the Zeppelin company, of Imperial Germany, built nearly one hundred military airships both for their army and naval corps. The airship type and construction was characterised by particular class (A to X). During The Great War they were used a... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £24.60 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKA14420
1:144 Let L-13/TZ-13 Blanik vacu canopy (2pcs) (designed to be used with Mark I Models kits)[L-13/L-13A] Aircraft canopies (vacform) Catalogue £2.60 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14462
1:144 Dornier Do-17Z-2/3 'Western Front' 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... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £22.70 - 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 seri... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £22.70 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14480
1:144 Hawker Hunter FR.10/71A/FGA.73A ‘Recce’ (2in1 = 2 kits in 1 box) (RAF, Chilean AF, Sultan of Oman AF) ex-Revell sprues (two complete kits included) The Hawker Hunter was a British jet fighter developed during the late 1940s and its prototype, the P.1067, was flown in July 1951. Succeeding first-generation jet fighters such as the Meteor and Venom, the first single-seat Hunters were introduced to RAF service in 1954. During... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £17.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14481
1:144 Hawker Hunter T.7 ‘Two-seat Trainer’ (RAF, RNethAF, Danish AF) one ex-Revell kit and a new frame with different fuselage halves and small parts, also a new injection-moulded canopy is included. One model can be built out of each box. The Hawker Hunter was a British jet fighter developed during the late 1940s and its prototype, the P.1067, was flown in July 1951. Succeeding first-generation jet fighters such as the Meteor a... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £16.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14482
1:144 Hawker Hunter T.8B/T.8C ‘Naval Trainer’ (RN, RAF) one ex-Revell kit and a new frame with different fuselage halves and small parts, also a new injection-moulded canopy is included. One model can be built out of each box. The Hawker Hunter was a British jet fighter developed during the late 1940s and its prototype, the P.1067, was flown in July 1951. Succeeding first-generation jet fighters such as the Meteor and Venom, the... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £16.99 - In Stock
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