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Frrom-Azur FR0005
1:72 Savoia-Marchetti SM.79JRS B1 (Rumanian WWII (with two Junkers Jumo 211 D inline engines and glass nose instead of the 3rd engine) History: The Savoia Marchetti SM 79 was one of the most outstanding successes of the italian aircraft manufacturing industry in the thirties and forties. Winner of the Istres-Damascus-Paris air race on August 1937, this smart three-engined plane was used by the Regia Aeronautica as a bomber and to... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £33.80 - In Stock
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Frrom-Azur FR0032
1:72 Northrop Delta 1A/1B/1C Civilian Version "Swedish, TWA and Mexican Service" Decals for c/n 3, TWA, c/n 4 Aerovias Mexico and c/n 7 AB Aerotransport Sweden - first Deltas with sliding canopy, one pilot and bipale propeller Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £23.99 - In Stock
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Frrom-Azur FR0038
1:72 Potez 25 A2/B2 Hispano. Decals for four planes: Sigma 3, Greek Air Force, Athenes-Tatoï airfield, end of April or May 1941 - White 20, Rumanian Air Force, Little Entente and Poland competition, Prague, August 1928 - White 12, in monoplane configuration, first Hispano aircraft delivered to Rumania, Prague, August 1928 - Nr 36, White 1, Yugoslav Army, Prague, August 1928. Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £29.99 - In Stock
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Frrom-Azur FR0041
1:72 SNCASE SE-535 Mistral (ex-Special Hobby) French modification of the Vampire, mainly done in fitting a Rolls-Royce Nene in place of the original Goblin, 257 units built by SNCASE between 1951 and 1953. Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £18.99 - In Stock
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Frrom-Azur FR0039
1:72 Renard R-31 Belgian observation plane used in WWII. Decals for 3 planes : N12 9 ème escadrille "Blue Sioux", Jan to May 1940, N9 personnal aircraft of Cne Paul Henry de la Lindi, commanding the 11 éme escadrille "Red Sioux", January to May 1940, N18, with dual controls, Wewelghem Flying School, 1936. Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £21.99 - In Stock
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Frrom-Azur FR0035
1:72 Dassault Super Mystere B.2 - n°110, 10-SB, blue lightning, EC 01/10 "Valois", Creil, 24/04/59 to 20/11/64, involved in SEATO cruise to Bangkok - SM B2 Nr 18, 12-ZH from 02/07/68 to 04/03/70, EC 02/12 "Cornouaille", Cambrai" - n° 60, 5-NJ, red lightning, EC 01/05 "Vendée", Orange-Caritat, 03/05/61 to 04/05/64. Aircraft kits (injection) Limited Availability £21.99 - In Stock
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Frrom-Azur FR0036
1:72 Dassault Super Mystere B.2 Late - Nr 83, 12-ZT, EC 02/12 "Cornouaille", Cambrai, 10/07/74 to 14/03/75. Standard camouflage (Dog and Scorpion) with LeKG 42 badge (Germany) in August 74, Nr 95, 10-SK, EC 01/10 "Valois", Creil, 22/12/69 to 5/04/73, Dassault camouflage (Vietnam style), small roundels, Nr 85, 12-YF, EC 01/12 "Cambrésis", Cambrai, 16/02/71 to 09/12/711, standard camouflage with Tiger and Wasp badges Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £21.99 - In Stock
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Frrom-Azur FROX02
1:72 Belgian Roundels, for Aéronautique Militaire. Same thing, no blue circle (introduced after WWII). Things are a bit more complicated as two kinds of roundels were used (proportions 1-2-3 or 1-3-5). We have provided, for 1, 2, 3, roundels for 120, 80, 60 and 50 cm, for 1,3,5. roundels for 140, 80, 60, 50 and 40 cm. Aircraft decals (military) Catalogue £8.99 - In Stock
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Frrom-Azur FR0021
1:72 Dassault Mystere IVA (Israel), 3 decals: 33, 10 and 44 History: The Ouragan (Hurricane) was the first of a long line of French jet fighters built by the Société des Avions Marcel Dassault. Design work commenced just after the end of WW2 in 1946, whilst its entry into service was a short time later in 1952. The next design, the Mystère II, was an evolution of the straight winged Ouragan. It had a 30° swept wing as well as mo... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £19.99 - In Stock
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Frrom-Azur FR0008
1:72 Nieuport-Delage NiD.29: Decals 2 x France and 1 x Belgium. More than 700 built in France History: The Nieuport NiD-29 C1 is a fighter designed br by Gustave Delage in 1918. WWI ended before it was produced. In 1920 it was selected as new fighter by the French Aéronautique Militaire and the delivery to the units started in 1922. 700 of this aircraft were produced. They were also produced under license in Belgium, Japan, Ital... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £13.99 - In Stock
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Frrom-Azur FR0026
1:72 Stampe & Vertongen S.V.4b United Kingdom Decals for three planes: In RAF camouflage, aircraft borrowed by Donnet and Divoy to escape to England, fitted with the modified exhaust (box art) Same aircraft shortly after arrival in England, still partly registered OO-ATD, with RAF roundels G-ATKC, used by Tiger Club History: The Stampe et Vertongen S.V.4 is probably one of the Belgian aeronautical industry‘s most outsta... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £14.99 - In Stock
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Frrom-Azur FR0033
1:72 Northrop Delta 1C US Passenger and Transport Plane "Over Spain" Decals for c/n 7 registered EC-AGC, LAPE (Spanish Republic service) and 45-18 (Ejercito del Aire) The Gamma was developed as a mail plane whose production began in the winter of 1933-1934, whilst the 2E version served as bomber in China. The design was modified with a wider fuselage to become a transport capable of carrying eight passengers as the Northrop Delta.... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £22.99 - In Stock
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Frrom-Azur FR0007
1:72 Nieuport-Delage NiD.29 Export: Decals Sweden, Italy and Spain. History: The Nieuport NiD-29 C1 is a fighter designed by Gustave Delage in 1918. WWI ended before it was produced. In 1920 it was selected as new fighter by the French Aéronautique Militaire and the delivery to the units started in 1922. 700 of this aircraft were produced. They were also produced under license in Belgium, Japan, Italy and Siam. They were used by ... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £13.99 - In Stock
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Frrom-Azur FR0009
1:72 Focke-Wulf Fw-58B Weihe Export: Decals Hungary x 2, Rumania x 2 History: The Focke-Wulf Fw-190D-9 58 "Weihe" is a twin-engined monoplane powered by two 240 hp (179 kW) Argus 10C (eight-cylinder inverted-vee air-cooled engines). The Fw 58 had a welded steel-tube fuselage with mixed covering and a metal wing with fabric covering aft of the spar. The first prototype, Fw 58 V1, D-ABEM, made its first flight in 1935 as a six-seat... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £24.30 - In Stock
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Frrom-Azur FR0010
1:72 Focke-Wulf Fw-58B Weihe The Focke-Wulf Fw-190D-9 58 "Weihe" is a twin-engined monoplane powered by two 240 hp (179 kW) Argus 10C (eight-cylinder inverted-vee air-cooled engines). The Fw 58 had a welded steel-tube fuselage with mixed covering and a metal wing with fabric covering aft of the spar. The first prototype, Fw 58 V1, D-ABEM, made its first flight in 1935 as a six-seat light transport and evolved then into the Fw 58C,... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £24.30 - In Stock
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Frrom-Azur FR0013
1:72 Rogozarski IK-3 'Belgrade Defence' History: In 1941, the IK-3 is the most advanced locally built Yugoslav fighter. Designed by engineers Ilic and Sivcev, the IK-3 prototype make her maiden flight on April 14th, 1938. An initial order of 12 planes follows the very satisfying trials. First batch of 6 IK-3 is delivered during March 1939 (Nr 2 to 7, big wheel doors), second batch in July 1940 (clipped wheel doors). All are used ... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £13.99 - In Stock
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Frrom-Azur FR0001
1:72 IAR IAR-39 biplane Decals Rumania x 3. With etched and resin parts. Vacform and injection canopy. History: During the thirties, the IAR society (Industria Aeronautica Romania) built planes under Polish or French licences (PZL P.11, later P.24, Potez 25). In 1936 the IAR-Brasov project team designed a reconnoissance and light bomber plane (IAR 37), improved from the Potez 25. A first batch of 50 planes was built in 1937. Expe... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £21.99 - In Stock
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Frrom-Azur FR0006
1:72 Nakajima KO-4: 3 x Japanese and 1 Siamese decal. History: The Nieuport NiD-29 C1 is a fighter designed by Gustave Delage in 1918. WWI ended before it was produced. In 1920 it was selected as new fighter by the French Aéronautique Militaire and the delivery to the units started in 1922. 700 of this aircraft were produced. They were also produced under license in Belgium, Japan, Italy and Siam. They were used by the air force... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £13.99 - In Stock
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Frrom-Azur FR0018
1:72 Vickers-Casa Type 245 "Spanish Vildebeest" Decals for 5 planes: T-5, T-23, T-9, T-1, BR-60" History: The maiden flight of the Vickers Vildebeest torpedo-bomber occurred in April 1928. Spain ordered 27 aircraft but specified the installation of an in-line Hispano-Suiza V-12 in place of the original Bristol radial engine. C.A.S.A. obtained a production licence and started assembly at Getafe in 1932, but only began deliveries o... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £28.99 - In Stock
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Frrom-Azur FR0019
1:72 Vickers Vincent - K4712, HV-L, 8 Sqn RAF, Aden 1940 - K6363, H, 244 Sqn RAF, Sarjah, Persian Gulf, 1942 - NZ344, PA-H, 30 Sqn RZNAF, Gisborne (NZ), 1943 - NZ322, 2 SFTS, RNZAF, Woodbourne, NZ, 1941 History: The Vickers Vincent replaced the Westland Wapitis and Fairey IIIF in the General Purpose (GP) role; a role that was very involved with policing the British Empire. Vickers developed the Vincent from their Vildebee... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £28.99 - In Stock
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Frrom-Azur FR0022
1:72 Dassault Mystere IVA (India), 3 decals: IA 936, IA 1006, IA 1017 History: The Ouragan (Hurricane) was the first of a long line of French jet fighters built by the Société des Avions Marcel Dassault. Design work commenced just after the end of WW2 in 1946, whilst its entry into service was a short time later in 1952. The next design, the Mystère II, was an evolution of the straight winged Ouragan. It had a 30° swept wing as w... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £19.99 - In Stock
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Frrom-Azur FR0025
1:72 Stampe & Vertongen S.V.4c France Decals for three planes A"ronavale, aircraft 23 in escadrille 50.S (S.V.4c n"45), please have a look at the boxart, above ALAT, S.V.4c n"360 code L-Q, overall green F-BDEE, S.V.4c n"586 of SFA (Service de la Formation A"ronautique) overall aluminium with orange dayglo panels History: The Stampe et Vertongen S.V.4 is probably one of the Belgian aeronautical industry‘s most outstanding... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £14.99 - In Stock
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Frrom-Azur FR0002
1:72 Fleet F-10G Decals 3 x Rumanian History: The Consolidated Trainers were widely used in United States by the U.S. Army (PT-1, PT-3, PT11), the U.S. Navy (NY-1, NY-2, NY-3, N4Y), the National Guards (O-17). Fleet, a Consolidated subsidiary, built some of these models for export. They were sold to Canada, where they where known as Fleet Fawn and Finch, to Portugal, to Rumania. China did use some planes, probably US models. ... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £13.99 - In Stock
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Frrom-Azur FR0012
1:72 Rogozarski IK-3 'April Fights' History: In 1941, the IK-3 is the most advanced locally built Yugoslav fighter. Designed by engineers Liubomir Ilic and Kosta Sivcev, with support of engineer Slobodan Zrnic, the IK-3 prototype make her maiden flight on April 14th, 1938. An initial order of 12 planes follows the very satisfying trials. First batch of 6 IK-3 is delivered during March 1939 (Nr 2 to 7, big wheel doors), second bat... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £13.99 - In Stock
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Frrom-Azur FR0014
1:72 Rogozarski IK-3 'Fighting Prototypes In 1941, the IK-3 is the most advanced locally built Yugoslav fighter. Designed by engineers Ilic and Sivcev, the IK-3 prototype make her maiden flight on April 14th, 1938. After the crash of the prototype on 19th january, 1939, the n°2 is used as prototype. The planes are delivered in March 1939 (n°2 to n°7) and Juiy 1940 (n°8 to 13), all being used by Grupa 51 in Zemun airfield, Belgrade.... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £13.99 - In Stock
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