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Mark I Models MKM720-11
1:720 K-type Blimp (K-19/43/125) 'Special Markings' Non-rigid airships (or blimps) were the first types of lighter-than-air craft. Since the turn of the 20th century, they have been employed on a large scale by armed forces and also engaged commercially. The Goodyear Aircraft Company, the foremost producer of airships in the United States, produced a series of K-class airships which became the backbone of the US Navy’s airship flee... Aircraft kits (injection) New Arrivals £18.80 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM720-10
1:720 K-type Blimp (K-74/112/134) 'Fleet Defender' Non-rigid airships (or blimps) were the first types of lighter-than-air craft. Since the turn of the 20th century, they have been employed on a large scale by armed forces and also engaged commercially. The Goodyear Aircraft Company, the foremost producer of airships in the United States, produced a series of K-class airships which became the backbone of the US Navy’s airship fle... Aircraft kits (injection) New Arrivals £18.80 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM720-09
1:720 K-type Blimp (K-3/6/28) 'Early Production' Non-rigid airships (or blimps) were the first types of lighter-than-air craft. Since the turn of the 20th century, they have been employed on a large scale by armed forces and also engaged commercially. The Goodyear Aircraft Company, the foremost producer of airships in the United States, produced a series of K-class airships which became the backbone of the US Navy’s airship fleet... Aircraft kits (injection) New Arrivals £18.80 - 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 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 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 MKM720-05
1:720 Zeppelin LZ127 "Graf Zeppelin (DELAG, DZR) Rigid airships were produced and employed in the period from the early 1900s to the end of the 1930s. During WWI the Zeppelin company built nearly one hundred military airships both for army and naval service. Certainly the most successful zeppelin ever built was the civilian LZ127, christened "Graf Zeppelin". Its construction began in 1926 and it was launched in September 1928. ... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £28.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM720-04
1:720 Zeppelin P & Q-class 'Night Intruders' (2in1). This box contains two kits, additional parts, new decals and instructions. Two short (P-class), or two long (Q-class) airship kits or one each of the airship type can be built out of this box. Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £29.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM720-03
1:720 Zeppelin P-class LZ45/LZ58 'Naval Raiders' (Imperial German Navy) 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 uniquely designed military airships both for army and naval service. Their type and construction was characterised by particular class (A t... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £18.80 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM720-02
1:720 Zeppelin P-class LZ47 'Spotted Cow' (Imperial German Flying Corps) 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 uniquely designed military airships both for army and naval service. Their type and construction was characterised by particular class (A ... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £18.80 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM720-01
1:720 Zeppelin P-class LZ38/LZ40 'First Attackers' (Imperial German Flying Corps, Imperial German Navy) 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 uniquely designed military airships both for army and naval service. Their type and construction was ch... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £18.80 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14499
1:144 BAe Harrier GR.3 'Operation Corporate' The Hawker-Siddeley Harrier “Jump JetË is a British V/STOL aeroplane developed in the 1960s. The initial version was the Harrier GR.1 fighter and its upgraded variant was the GR.1A. Another upgrade implementing more powerful and reliable engine resulted in the GR.3 model, at first externally similar to previous GR.1/1As. Beginning from the spring of 1976 upgraded avionics were fitted to G... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £17.99
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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 p... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £17.30 - 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 MKM14496
1:144 Let L-13/L-13A Blanik 'Aeroclub Workhorse' (2 kits in 1) (Czechoslovakia/Czech Republic, U.S.A., U.K., Austria, Hungary) The L-13 Blanik is a two-seater glider produced by the Czechoslovak company Let Kunovice. Designed at the VZLU Aeronautical Research and Test Establishment in Prague in 1954-56, its prototype first flew in March 1956. It is an all-metal monoplane, with the fuselage of a semi-monocoque construction and... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £13.20 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14495
1:144 Let L-13/TZ-13 Blanik 'in Military Service' (2 kits in 1 box) (RAF, DOSAAF, Italian AF, Uruguayan AF, Lithuanian AF, Brazilian AF) The L-13 Blanik is a two-seater glider produced by the Czechoslovak company Let Kunovice. Designed at the VZLU Aeronautical Research and Test Establishment in Prague in 1954-56, its prototype first flew in March 1956. It is an all-metal monoplane, with the fuselage of a semi-monocoque construct... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £13.20 - 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 MKM14493
1:144 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 th... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £17.99 - 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 £17.99 - 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 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 ... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £14.99 - 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 MKM14488
1:144 BAe Harrier GR.3 'Laser Nose' The Hawker Siddeley Harrier “Jump JetË is a British V/STOL aeroplane developed in the 1960s. The initial version was the Harrier GR.1, based on the P.1127 (RAF) fighter, and its upgraded variant was the GR.1A. Another upgrade implementing more powerful and reliable engine resulted in the GR.3 model, at first externally similar to previous GR.1/1As. Beginning from the spring of 1976 upgraded avioni... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £17.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14487
1:144 BAe Harrier GR.1/VA.1 Matador The Hawker Siddeley Harrier “Jump JetË 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 £11.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14486
1:144 BAe Harrier GR.1A/AV-8A/C 'First Generation' The Hawker Siddeley Harrier “Jump JetË is a British V/STOL aeroplane developed in the 1960s. The initial version, the Harrier GR.1, was based on the pre-production P.1127 (RAF) fighter, of which a batch of 60 was ordered for the RAF in 1967. A similar model-designated Mk.50, with simplified navigational/attack system, was exported to the United States as the AV-8A, for use by the... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £17.99 - 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 fig... 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 ni... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £19.99 - 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 MKM14482
1:144 NEARLY GOOD AS NEW!!! Hawker Hunter T.8B/T.8C ‘Naval Trainer’ (Royal Navy, 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 suc... Aircraft kits (injection) Second Hand £16.98 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14475
1:144 Curtiss H-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 (H-75A-1, A-2, A-3 and A-4/H-75... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £13.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14474
1:144 Messerschmitt Bf-109K-4 ‘Kurfürst’ (2in1 = 2 kits in 1 box) (Luftwaffe, National Republican AF) The Messerschmitt Bf-109 was a German fighter aircraft designed in the mid-1930s and it represented the first modern fighter of the era. Originally conceived as an interceptor, later models were developed to fulfil various roles, such as bomber escort, fighter-bomber, day and night fighter, ground-attack or reconnaissance. Vario... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £14.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14473
1:144 Messerschmitt Bf-109G-10/Avia C-10 ‘Vigorous Fighter’ (2in1 = 2 kits in 1 box) (Luftwaffe, Czechoslovak AF) The Messerschmitt Bf-109 was a German fighter aircraft designed in the mid-1930s and it represented the first modern fighter of the era. Originally conceived as an interceptor, later models were developed to fulfil various roles, such as bomber escort, fighter-bomber, day and night fighter, ground-attack or reconna... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £14.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14472
1:144 Messerschmitt Bf-109G-10 ‘Late Gustav’ (2in1 = 2 kits in 1 box) (Luftwaffe, ROA, RHuAF) The Messerschmitt Bf-109 was a German fighter aircraft designed in the mid-1930s and it represented the first modern fighter of the era. Originally conceived as an interceptor, later models were developed to fulfil various roles, such as bomber escort, fighter-bomber, day and night fighter, ground-attack or reconnaissance. Various armam... 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 MKM14470
1:144 de Havilland Vampire FB.5/FB.52/J 28B "In the North" (2in1 = 2 kits in 1 box) (RAuxAF, Swedish AF, Finnish AF, Norwegian AF) 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. The Vampire Mk.5, which flew in June 1948, was a fighter-bomber modified from a Vampire F.3 fighter. It was a single-seat monoplane aircraft, of a combine... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £17.30 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14469
1:144 de Havilland Vampire FB.5/FB.51/FB.52A/Mk.6 "In Europe & North Africa" (2in1 = 2 kits in 1 box) (RAF, French Navy, Italian AF, Swiss AF) 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. The Vampire Mk.5, which flew in June 1948, was a fighter-bomber modified from a Vampire F.3 fighter. It was a single-seat monoplane aircraft, ... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £17.30 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14468
1:144 de Havilland Vampire FB.5/FB.52 "Commonwealth Service" (2in1 = 2 kits in 1 box) (RAF, RAuxAF, RCAF, SAAF) 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. The Vampire Mk.5, which flew in June 1948, was a fighter-bomber modified from a Vampire F.3 fighter. It was a single-seat monoplane aircraft, of a combined wood-and-metal co... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £17.30 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14467
1:144 Curtiss H-75 "Foreign Pilots" (2in1 = 2 kits in 1 box) (French AF, Vichy French AF, Finnish AF, Luftwaffe) The Curtiss-Hawk H-75 was the export version of the American P-36 Hawk (Curtiss Model 75) fighter of the mid-1930s. The French took delivery of some 330 aircraft, designated the H-75A-1, A-2 and A-3, with the first planes entering service in the spring of 1939. They were modified for French Air Force usage and fitte... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £16.40 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14466
1:144 Curtiss H-75/Mohawk III 'French & British Fighter' (2in1 = 2 kits in 1 box) (French AF, RAF) The Curtiss-Hawk H-75 was the export version of the American P-36 Hawk (Curtiss Model 75) fighter of the mid-1930s. The French took delivery of some 330 aircraft, designated the H-75A-1, A-2 and A-3, with the first planes entering service in the spring of 1939. They were modified for French Air Force usage and fitted with differe... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £16.40 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14465
1:144 Curtiss P-36 Hawk 'USAAC' (2in1 = 2 kits in 1 box) (USAAC) The Curtiss P-36 Hawk, the firm's Model 75, was an American-designed and built fighter aircraft of the mid-1930s. Two variants, the P-36A and C, were produced in 1938-39 for the U.S. Army Air Corps, with the production totalling 210 aircraft (last 30 a/c were completed as P-36Cs). It was a single-seat, all-metal low-wing monoplane with fabric-covered control surfa... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £16.40 - 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 £22.70 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14463
1:144 Dornier Do-17Z-2/3 'Eastern 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 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 MKM14461
1:144 Arado Ar-96B 'Military Trainer' (2in1) The Arado 96B was a German training aeroplane, which formed the standard equipment of the Luftwaffe training schools throughout WWII. Evolved from the Ar 96A, the first re-engined Ar 96B development aircraft flew during 1939. The Ar 96B was produced in several variants-B-1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 10-and utilised for advanced, night and instrument-flying training. The Ar 96B was a low-win... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £15.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14460
1:144 Avia/Letov C-2/Arado Ar-96B 'Silver Livery' (2in1) The Arado 96B was a German training aeroplane, which formed the standard equipment of the Luftwaffe training schools throughout WWII. Evolved from the Ar 96A, the first re-engined Ar 96B development aircraft flew during 1939. The Ar 96B was produced in several variants-B-1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 10-and utilised for advanced, night and instrument-flying training. The Ar 96B w... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £15.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14459
1:144 Arado Ar-96B 'Ubiquitous Trainer' (2in1) The Arado 96B was a German training aeroplane, which formed the standard equipment of the Luftwaffe training schools throughout WWII. Evolved from the Ar 96A, the first re-engined Ar 96B development aircraft flew during 1939. The Ar 96B was produced in several variants-B-1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 10-and utilised for advanced, night and instrument-flying training. The Ar 96B was a low-w... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £15.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14457
1:144 Gloster Gladiator Mk.II & Bristol Beaufighter Mk.IC/Mk.VIF 'North Africa' (double kits) The North African Campaign of WWII took place from June 1940 to May 1943. It included campaigns fought in the Libyan and Egyptian deserts, in Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia. Both the Gladiator and Beaufighter aeroplanes were engaged in aerial battles over these territories. The Bristol Beaufighter was a British heavy fighter, whose first pr... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £24.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14456
1:144 Gloster Gladiator Mk.II & Brewster B-239 Buffalo 'In Finnish Air Force' (double kits) (Finland) The Buffalo fighter was designed and built in the late 1930s by the American Brewster Aeronautical Corporation. It was a single-seat, all-metal mid-wing monoplane with fabric-covered control surfaces and a retractable undercarriage. Powered by a Wright R-1820 Cyclone radial engine, it was fitted with Hamilton Standard propeller ... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £24.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14455
1:144 Gloster Sea Gladiator 'Malta Defender' (decals RAF, FAA) The Gloster Gladiator was a British-built biplane fighter developed from the Gauntlet and its prototype, designated SS.37, flew in September 1934. The first production model was the Mk.I, which became operational in January 1937. An improved Mk.II version followed in 1938 and eventually 270 aircraft of this Mark were built. A modified Mk.II, the Sea Gladiator, was dev... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £16.40 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14454
1:144 Gloster Gladiator Mk.I/Mk.II/J8 "Foreign Service" (Swedish AF, Latvian AF, Soviet AF, Luftwaffe) The Gloster Gladiator was a British-built biplane fighter developed from the Gauntlet and its prototype, designated the SS.37, flew in September 1934. The first production model was the Mk.I, which became operational in January 1937. An improved Mk.II version followed in 1938 and eventually 270 aircraft of this Mark were built. ... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £17.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14453
1:144 Gloster Gladiator Mk.II "Gallant Warrior" (decals RAF, Portuguese AF, Swedish AF) The Gloster Gladiator was a British-built biplane fighter developed from the Gauntlet and its prototype, designated SS.37, flew in September 1934. The first production model was the Mk.I, which became operational in January 1937. An improved Mk.II version followed in 1938 and eventually 270 aircraft of this Mark were built. The Gladiator Mk.... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £16.40 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14452
1:144 Gloster Gladiator Mk.I "Last Biplane Fighter" (decals for RAF, Belgian AF, Chinese Nationalist AF) The Gloster Gladiator was a British-built biplane fighter developed from the Gauntlet and its prototype, designated SS.37, flew in September 1934. Following testing and minor modifications the first production model, the Mk.I, was delivered from July 1936 and became operational in January 1937. The Gladiator Mk.I was a singl... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £16.40 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14451
1:144 Bristol Beaufighter Mk.X/Mk.XI/Mk.21 'RAAF Service' 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 in later TF Mk.Xs), twin engine, all-metal mid-wing cantilever monoplane, fitted with a retractable u... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £19.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14450
1:144 Bristol Beaufighter Mk.IF/VIF 'No.68 Sq. RAF' The Bristol Beaufighter was a British heavy fighter, whose first prototype flew in July 1939. The Mk.IF was a high performance fighter and efficient night-fighter employing the then novel AI radar. It was a two-seat, twin engine, all-metal mid-wing cantilever monoplane, fitted with a retractable undercarriage. It was powered by two Hercules radial engines and the armament consi... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £19.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14449
1:144 Heinkel He-219A-0/LB-79 'Flying Laboratory' (Luftwaffe, Czechoslovak AF) The He-219 Uhu was a German heavy night fighter, employing a number of the then novel radar and antennae equipment, and was the first operational HYPERLINK "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Military_aircraft" \o "Military aircraft" military aircraft to be fitted with HYPERLINK "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ejection_seat" \o "Ejection seat" ejection seats... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £16.60 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14447
1:144 Bristol Beaufighter Mk.VI Late 'Dihedral Tailplane' (RAF, RAAF, USAAF) The Bristol Beaufighter was a British heavy fighter, whose first prototype flew in July 1939. The first Beaufighter variants - the Mk.IF and Cs - were high performance fighters and long-range fighters, respectively, while the former Mark also became an efficient night-fighter, employing the then novel AI radar. The Beaufighter was a two-seat, twin engi... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £19.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14446
1:144 Brewster Buffalo Mk.I/B-339D 'Far East Service' (2in1) (RAF, RAAF, RNeth East Indies AF, Japanese AF) The stubby Buffalo fighter was designed and built in the late 1930s by the American Brewster Aeronautical Corporation and was destined for the U.S. Navy operations from aircraft carriers. It was a single-seat, all-metal mid-wing monoplane with fabric-covered control surfaces, powered by a Wright R-1820 Cyclone radial engin... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £14.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14445
1:144 Brewster F2A-2 Buffalo/B-339B/D 'U.S. & Belgian Colours' (2in1) (U.S. Navy, U.S. Army AF, Belgium) The stubby Buffalo fighter, designed and built in the late 1930s by the American Brewster Aeronautical Corporation, was one of the first U.S. Navy's monoplane aircraft destined for carrier-borne operations. It was a single-seat, all-metal mid-wing monoplane with fabric-covered control surfaces, powered by a Wright R-1820 Cycl... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £14.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14444
1:144 Re-released! Brewster F2A-1 Buffalo/B-239 'Early Versions' (2in1) (U.S. Navy, Finland) The stubby Buffalo fighter, designed and built in the late 1930s by the American Brewster Aeronautical Corporation, was one of the first U.S. Navy"s monoplane aircraft destined for carrier-borne operations. It was a single-seat, all-metal mid-wing monoplane with fabric-covered control surfaces, powered by a Wright R-1820 Cyclone radial e... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £14.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14443
1:144 Focke-Wulf Ta-152H 'Special Schemes' The Ta-152H was one of the ultimate and finest German fighters of WWII, primarily designed for high-altitude operations. Its development began in the summer of 1943 with an aim to supersede the Fw-190D-9. It was a single-seat monoplane of an all-metal structure, featuring an enclosed pressurised canopy and a retractable landing gear. It was powered by a Jumo 213E in-line piston engine and i... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £13.20 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14441
1:144 Aero L-39MS/L-59 'Super Albatros' Contrary to our previous Aero L-39 kits, this model includes resin fuselage parts (plus some other small ones) to reflect this variant"s differences (new fuselage shape and new horizontal surfaces). The cockpit canopy is made using vacu-formed technology (made for us by Rob Taurus). The L-39 Albatros, a high-performance second-generation jet trainer, was developed by the Aero Vodochody aircra... Aircraft kits (injection and resin) Catalogue £16.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14439
1:144 Aero L-39ZA/L-139 Albatros 2000 The L-39 Albatros, a high-performance second-generation jet trainer, was developed by the Aero Vodochody aircraft company in Czechoslovakia during the 1960s. It is a two-seat, all-metal monoplane powered by an Ivchenko AI-25 turbofan engine. Becoming the most widely used jet trainer, until today about 2,800 L-39s have served with more than thirty air forces around the world. The L-39ZA is an up... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £14.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14438
1:144 Focke-Wulf Ta-152H-1 'High-altitude Fighter'. Two injection-moulded kits are supplied in this box and each kit contains 26 parts and one clear part (the cockpit canopy). A comprehensive decal sheet is included.. The Ta-152H was one of the ultimate and finest German fighters of WWII, primarily designed for high-altitude operations. Its development began in the summer of 1943 with an aim to supersede the Fw-190D-9. It was a sin... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £14.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14437
1:144 Focke-Wulf Ta-152H-0 'Reich Defender'. Two injection-moulded kits are supplied in this box and each kit contains 26 parts and one clear part (the cockpit canopy). A comprehensive decal sheet is included. The Ta-152H was one of the ultimate and finest German fighters of WWII, primarily designed for high-altitude operations. Its development began in the summer of 1943 with an aim to supersede the Fw-190D-9. It was a single-sea... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £14.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14434
1:144 Re-released! Bristol Beaufighter Mk.IF 'Night Fighter' The Bristol Beaufighter was a British long-range heavy fighter, developed early in 1939 from the Beaufort torpedo bomber. It became an efficient night-fighter, employing the then novel AI radar. Following short-term development the first prototype flew in July 1939 and the first aeroplanes reached the squadrons in the summer of the next year. The Beaufighter was a two-sea... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £17.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14433
1:144 Mikoyan MiG-19S Farmer C (Czechoslovakia) The MiG-19 was the first Soviet supersonic fighter developed in the early 1950s. Its definitive clear-weather variant, the MiG-19S, meant a true leap forward in comparison to any other jet fighter of the time. It was a single-seat, all-metal monoplane powered by two Mikulin RD-9B turbojets and designed for interception, close air support and limited fighter-bomber roles. The MiG-19S... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £11.20 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14432
1:144 Aero L-29A Akrobat and Special schemes. The L-29 'Delfin' (NATO code Maya) was a basic, intermediate and weapons training jet aircraft developed by the Aero Vodochody company in Czechoslovakia early in the 1960s. It was a two-seat, all-metal monoplane powered by a Motorlet M-701 turbojet engine. The sturdy L-29 became the standard military training type of the Eastern Bloc air forces (except Poland) and it was also exported ... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £11.20 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14431
1:144 Aero L-29R/RS Oko 'Recce Delfin'. The L-29 'Delfin' (NATO code Maya) was a basic, intermediate and weapons training jet aircraft developed by the Aero Vodochody company in Czechoslovakia early in the 1960s. It was a two-seat, all-metal monoplane powered by a Motorlet M-701 turbojet engine. More than 3,600 'Delfin' trainers had been built by 1974, testifying to the type's timeless design. A small batch of a dedicated reconnai... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £11.20 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14430
1:144 Aero L-29 'Delfin' 'Foreign Users' (2in1). The elegant L-29 'Delfin' (NATO code Maya) was a basic, intermediate and weapons training jet aircraft developed by the Aero Vodochody company in Czechoslovakia early in the 1960s. It was a two-seat, all-metal monoplane powered by a Motorlet M-701 turbojet engine. The sturdy L-29 became the standard military training type of the Eastern Bloc air forces (except Poland) and it was als... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £13.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14429
1:144 Aero L-29 'Delfin' 'WarPac Trainer' (2in1). The elegant L-29 'Delfin' (NATO code Maya) was a basic, intermediate and weapons training jet aircraft developed by the Aero Vodochody company in Czechoslovakia early in the 1960s. It was a two-seat, all-metal monoplane powered by a Motorlet M-701 turbojet engine. The sturdy L-29 became the standard military training type of the Eastern Bloc air forces (except Poland) and it was al... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £13.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14428
1:144 Westland Wessex 'Special Schemes' Westland Wessex HC.2/HCC.4/HU.5/Mk.52 "Special schemes" (Royal Air Force, Royal Navy, Iraq, Uruguay) 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... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £14.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14427
1:144 Heinkel He-219A-7 'Night Fighter' includes a small fret with photo-etched parts (aerials, cockpit seats and other details (designed to be used with Mark I Models kits) Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £16.60 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14426
1:144 Westland Wessex Commando Mk.1 (Royal Navy) A British licence development of the Sikorsky S-58, the Westland Wessex was a multi-role all-metal helicopter produced by Westland Aircraft Ltd. The Wessex HAS.1, powered by a Napier Gazelle turboshaft engine, first flew in June 1958 and the type began performing anti-submarine duties three years later, operated by the Royal Navy. In total, 140 HAS.1 helicopters were built, of w... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £14.99
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Mark I Models MKM14425
1:144 Heinkel He-219A-5 'Night Owl' includes a small fret with photo-etched parts (aerials, cockpit seats and other details Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £16.60 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14424
1:144 Re-released! Westland Wessex HU.5/HU.5C 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 HU.5, basically similar to the HC.2, represented the last version for the Royal Navy. It was powered by twin R-R Gnome turboshaft engines, which provided enough power and added safety for carrying troops into action. A... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £14.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14423
1:144 Re-released! 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 firs... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £14.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14419
1:144 Heinkel He-219A-2 'Night Hunter' includes a small fret with photo-etched parts (aerials, cockpit seats and other details Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £16.60 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14418
1:144 Re-released! Shenyang J-6C/F-6C Farmer C (China, Egypt, Pakistan, Cambodia) The MiG-19 was the first Soviet supersonic fighter developed in the early 1950s. Licence production of its clear-weather fighter model was started in China in 1961 under the designation Shenyang J-6 and in total 3,300 aircraft were built. The J-6C had the braking parachute installed at the base of the fin. It was a single-seat, all-metal monoplane pow... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £11.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14414
1:144 Aero L-39V Albatros target-tug + Letov KT-04 drone (CzAF, Slovak AF, E. & W. Germany) Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £13.60 - 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) Future Releases £27.60
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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) Future Releases £27.60
£24.84
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Mark I Models MKM14413
1:144 Shenyang FT-6 'Supersonic Trainer' (Pakistan, Bangladesh, Tanzania, Egypt) Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £11.20 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM144122
1:144 Hawker-Siddeley HS.748 /British Aerospace BAe.748 ‘Civil Livery’ (Autair, Scottish European, DLT) 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 ... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £29.99 - 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-after its dissolution-by Hawker Siddeley Aviation and later by its successor, British Aerospace. The 748 was a remarkably successful aeroplane and an effective... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £29.99 - 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 £29.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14412
1:144 Aero L-39C / L-39ZO Albatros 'In USAF, USN & USMC Colours' Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £11.20 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM144118
1:144 Messerschmitt Me-262B Schwalbe ‘Jet Trainer’ (2in1 = 2 kits in 1 box)(Luftwaffe, CzAF) The Me 262 Schwalbe was a German jet fighter designed by the team led by Willy Messerschmitt. It was one of the most advanced warplanes to see front-line service during WWII. Its protracted development began in 1939, but aerodynamics research work and jet engine development delayed its mass production. The training aircraft based on th... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £17.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM144117
1:144 Messerschmitt Me-262B ‘Night Fighter’ (2in1 = 2 kits in 1 box) (Luftwaffe, RAF, USAAF, Soviet AF) The Me 262 Schwalbe was a German jet fighter designed by the team led by Willy Messerschmitt. It was one of the most advanced warplanes to see front-line service during WWII. Its protracted development began in 1939, but aerodynamics research work and jet engine development delayed its mass production. The two-seat aircraft ... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £17.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM144116
1:144 Messerschmitt Me-262A-1 ‘Jet Fighter/Bomber’ (2in1 = 2 kits in 1 box)(Luftwaffe) The Me 262 Schwalbe was a German jet fighter designed by the team led by Willy Messerschmitt. It was one of the most advanced warplanes to see front-line service during WWII. Its protracted development began in 1939, but aerodynamics research work and jet engine development delayed its mass production. The prototype Me 262V1 flew in April 1941... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £17.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM144115
1:144 Messerschmitt Me-262A-1/Avia S-92 ‘Interceptor’ (2in1 = 2 kits in 1 box)(Luftwaffe, RAF, Czechoslovak AF) The Me 262 Schwalbe was a German jet fighter designed by the team led by Willy Messerschmitt. It was one of the most advanced warplanes to see front-line service during WWII. Its protracted development began in 1939, but aerodynamics research work and jet engine development delayed its mass production. The prototype Me... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £17.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14411
1:144 Shenyang J-6A/Nanchang J-6B Farmer B/D 'Chinese Dragon' The Shenyang J-6A was the Chinese counterpart of the original MiG-19P, a radar-equipped Soviet supersonic fighter developed in the early 1950s, while the Nanchang J-6B was a local designation for the all-weather MiG-19PM interceptor. Both aircraft were single-seat, all-metal monoplanes powered by two WP-6 (a licence-built Mikulin RD-9B) turbojets and were designed for in... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £11.20 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM144108
1:144 Lockheed F-104B/D/F/TF Starfighter 'Mach 2 Trainer' (2in1) The F-104 Starfighter was an American jet fighter, designed by the Lockheed Aircraft Company in early 1950s. Radical in concept, it was the first operational interceptor capable of sustained speeds above Mach 2. Its prototype flew in 1954 and the first series aircraft were delivered four years later. The first two-seat trainer was the F-104B, which was designed for t... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £19.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM144107
1:144 Lockheed F-104G Starfighter 'In Europe' (2in1) The F-104 Starfighter was an American jet fighter, designed by the Lockheed Aircraft Company in early 1950s. Radical in concept, it was the first operational interceptor capable of sustained speeds above Mach 2. Its prototype flew in 1954 and the first series aircraft were delivered four years later. The F-104 was a single-seat, all-metal mid-wing monoplane powered by a GE J79 t... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £19.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM144106
1:144 Lockheed F-104J/DJ Starfighter 'Eiko In Japan' (2in1) The F-104 Starfighter was an American jet fighter, designed by the Lockheed Aircraft Company in early 1950s. Radical in concept, it was the first operational interceptor capable of sustained speeds above Mach 2. Its prototype flew in 1954 and the first series aircraft were delivered four years later. The first single-seater Starfighters were designated F-104A/CF-104, C and... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £19.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM144105
1:144 Lockheed F-104B/C/D/CF 'American Starfighters' (2in1) The F-104 Starfighter was an American jet fighter, designed by the Lockheed Aircraft Company in early 1950s. Radical in concept, it was the first operational interceptor capable of sustained speeds above Mach 2. Its prototype flew in 1954 and the first series aircraft were delivered four years later. The F-104C was the second single-seat version and was configured for tac... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £19.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM144104
1:144 Lockheed F-104A/C/G 'Starfighter At War' (2in1) The F-104 Starfighter was an American jet fighter, designed by the Lockheed Aircraft Company in early 1950s. Radical in concept, it was the first operational interceptor capable of sustained speeds above Mach 2. The F-104 was a single-seat, all-metal mid-wing monoplane powered by a GE J79 turbojet. It had two fuselage-side air intakes, small thin wings with a pronounced anhedral... Aircraft kits (injection) Limited Availability £19.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM144102
1:144 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 multi... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £11.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM144101
1:144 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 mult... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £17.99 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14410
1:144 Mikoyan MiG-17PF / MiG-17PFU Fresco D/E (USSR, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Egypt) Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £11.20 - In Stock
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Mark I Models MKM14406
1:144 Aero L-39ZO/ZA/ART Albatros (Algeria, Thailand, Libya, Afghanistan). The L-39 Albatros, a high-performance second-generation jet trainer, was developed by the Aero Vodochody aircraft company in Czechoslovakia during the 1960s. It is a two-seat, all-metal monoplane powered by an Ivchenko AI-25 turbofan engine. Becoming the most widely used jet trainer, until today about 2,800 L-39s have served with more than thirty air forces a... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £11.20 - In Stock
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