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1/35 AH-64A ANG "South Carolina"

$40.99ITEM: ACY12129

1/35 AH-64A ANG "South Carolina"

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Overview: The Apache began as the Model 77 developed by Hughes Helicopters for the United States Army's Advanced Attack Helicopter program to replace the AH-1 Cobra. The prototype YAH-64 was first flown on 30 September 1975. The U.S. Army selected the YAH-64 over the Bell YAH-63 in 1976, and later approved full production in 1982. After purchasing Hughes Helicopters in 1984, McDonnell Douglas continued AH-64 production and development. The helicopter was introduced to U.S. Army service in April 1986. Features: - Highly detailed cockpit with pilot and co-pilot seats - Fully engraved panel lines and embossed rivets - M261 rocket pods - AGM-114 ATGMs - 30mm chain gun included

1/35 AH-60L BLACKHAWK DAP

$69.99ITEM: ACYS2217

1/35 AH-60L BLACKHAWK DAP

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1/35 AH-60L BLACKHAWK DAP

1/35 M530G Gunship

$52.99/ EA

1/35 M530G Gunship

$52.99ITEM: DMLS3526

1/35 M530G Gunship

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1/35 M530G Gunship

1/32 B25H MITCHELL GUNSHIP

$209.99ITEM: HKM-01E03

1/32 B25H MITCHELL GUNSHIP

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Description: HK Model presents their beautiful model kit of the B-25H "Gun Nose". As if the armament on the original B-25 is not sufficient, a 75mm Howitzer is packed in the nose along with Four .50 cal Browning Machine Gun, giving it a Grand Total of Fourteen .50 cal Browning Machine Guns. It was reported that the B-25H will pause briefly when the Howitzer is being fired in flight! •Wing Span - 543mm •Length - 498mm •Fully Detailed Interior •Positional Gun Bay Cover •Detailed Gun Bay •Detailed Bomb Bay •Photo Etched Detailing Sheet •Over 560 Parts

1/32 Sopwith Camel

$29.99/ EA

1/32 Sopwith Camel

$29.99ITEM: ITAS2507

1/32 Sopwith Camel

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1/32 Sopwith Camel

1/32 OV10A/C BRONCO 2-SEATER

$101.99ITEM: KTY-32004

1/32 OV10A/C BRONCO 2-SEATER

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North American Rockwell OV-10 Bronco is a turboprop light attack and observation aircraft developed in the 1960s as a special aircraft for counter-insurgency (COIN) combat, and one of its primary missions was as a forward air control (FAC) aircraft. It can carry up to three tons of external munitions, internal loads such as paratroops or stretchers, and can loiter for three or more hours. •Detailed front and rear cockpits, ejection seats, positionable crew entry doors, rear compartment and positionable door with avionics rack, nose 'hood' is positionable to reveal FLIR pedestal, Sponson access doors with gun bays that have two M60 machine guns in each bay plus ammo feeds, two detailed Garrett T76 engines, positionable nacelle access doors, detailed landing gear, weighted landing gear wheels, positionable flaps, flaperons, spoilers and elevator. •External stores: 2 x AIM-9 Sidewinder (choice of AIM-9B or AIM-9L seeker heads), 2 x 68 gallon external fuel tanks, 2 x 34 gallon external fuel tanks, 2 x four-shot Zuni rocket pods, 2 x seven-shot rocket pods, 2 x Mk.82 500lb slicks and 2 x Mk.82 500lb Snakeye. •One fret of photo-etch details and ballast weight of white metal •Markings and painting guide for 6 aircraft: OV-10A, 155484, VMO-5, UV/28, USMC; OV-10A, 67-14605, 549 TASG, USAF; OV-10A, 67-14679, 20 TASS, USAF; OV-10A, 155397, VMO-2, UU/15, USMC; OV-10C, 158496, 4111, RTAF and OV-10A, 67-14679, Philippine AF.

1/32 F86D SABRE DOG USAF FIGHTER

$119.99ITEM: KTY-32007

1/32 F86D SABRE DOG USAF FIGHTER

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During the late 1940s, North American Aviation developed what would become the best dogfighter of the day with the F-86 Sabre. Initially the XP-86 had straight wings which would have doomed the design, but North American was provided captured Messerschmitt Me 262 data which gave the engineering team a jump-start on successful swept-wing technology. A highly modified F-86 design would serve aboard aircraft carriers as the FJ Fury and would evolve into the first operational supersonic fighter as the F-100.As the F-86 was evolving, North American was tasked with another derivative which would house an early intercept radar in the nose and replace the .50 caliber guns with a tray of Mighty Mouse rockets. The resulting YF-95 was an enlarged F-86 airframe that would also introduce an augmented thrust J47 engine to compensate for the heavier aircraft. Redesignated as F-86D in production, the Dog Sabre would become the first single-seat interceptor with afterburner. Over 2,500 F-86D/K/Ls were produced and served not only in the U.S. Air Force, but also in Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Honduras, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway, Philippines, South Korea, Taiwan, Turkey, Thailand, Venezuela, and Yugoslavia. Nicely detailed ejection seat w/photo-etched restraints Detailed cockpit Positionable canopy Choice of two types of main wheels Positionable ventral rocket tray Full length intake duct ends at engine compressor face Very nicely detailed J47 engine that won't be seen after assembly Positionable radome with APG-36 radar dish inside Leading edge slats are extended (can be retracted by removing tracks) Positionable trailing edge flaps Positionable ailerons Positionable rudder Positionable speed brakes

1/32 F39Q/N AIRACOBRA FIGHTER

$101.99ITEM: KTY-32013

1/32 F39Q/N AIRACOBRA FIGHTER

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The Bell P-39 Airacobra was one of the principal American fighter aircraft in service when the United States entered World War II. The P-39 was used with great success by the Soviet Air Force, which scored the highest number of individual kills attributed to any U.S. fighter type. P-39Q was the final production variant, last one built in August 1944. P-39N Bell Model 26N, originally part of the P-39G order. •Fine engraved panel lines, optional position doors with transparent windows, full engine, well-detailed cockpit, optional machine gun mounted in the nose and wing machine guns, separately molded propeller blades with optional spinners, detailed wheel wells and optional undercarriage, choice of drop tank or centerline bomb, extensive photo-etch (exterior and interior). • Decals and color reference for (5) aircraft: Snooks 2nd, Unit 71st TRS, 82nd TRGm 5th AF, USAAF; III/6 travail, Armee de l'Air, La France Combattante; 1st AE, 213th GvIAP, CO of 1st AE assistant 1st Lt.M.I.Orlov, Germany, Summer 1945 and 1st AE, 30th GvIAP, 6th IAK, CO of 1st AE 1st Lt.A.P.Filatov, 1945 - includes stencil data and full interior gauges (instrument panel and consoles).

1/32 F-4G Phantom II Wild

$44.99ITEM: RMXS5994

1/32 F-4G Phantom II Wild

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The F-4 Phantom II was developed as a long range, supersonic, jet interceptor, fighter-bomber aircraft. The original order in the early 1950s came from the U.S. Navy, but it was later modified for the U.S. Marines and the U.S. Air Force. The F-4G Wild Weasel V was one of the last variations, and it was equipped with the capability to suppress enemy air defenses. In its last years of service, the F-4G played a key role in Operation Desert Storm. The first test flight of the F-4 Phantom II was in May of 1958. It saw service in Vietnam as both a ground-attack fighter and in air-to-air combat. The F-4 could reach a maximum speed of over Mach 2.2 and could carry 18,000 pounds of weapons. However, the F-4 did not have an internal mounted gun. Instead, it used a cannon, mounted on a wing hardpoint. The F-4 is the last U.S. fighter to attain Ace status in air-to-air combat -Skill Level 3 -Length: 23-9/10″ -Height: 6-1/8″ -Wingspan: 14-1/2″ -Parts: 328 -Product Number: 85-5994 -Recessed panel lines -Access ladder and choice of 2 windscreen styles -AGM-78 Standard and AGM-45 Shrike -ALQ-119 -AIM-9L Sidewinder -AIM-7E Sparrow -External Fuel Tanks MARKING OPTIONS: One decal sheet with markings for 2 versions: -1) F-4G Boise Idaho ANG 190th FS F-4G 69-0298/WW Frameless Windscreen Option -2) F-4G 561st FS, Nellis AFB, NV F-4G AF69-7295

Revell B-25 Mitchell Bomber (Snap) 1/72 Germany Kit

$11.99ITEM: RVL-3650

Revell B-25 Mitchell Bomber (Snap) 1/72 Germany Kit

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This is the 1/72 Scale Germany B-25 Mitchell Bomber (snap) by Revell.

1/35 US ARMY CORPORAL

$25.49ITEM: RVLS0020

1/35 US ARMY CORPORAL

Overview:

This is a much appreciated reissue of the Revell kit from the 1960s. It may have been an Adams kit as Revell did buy out this company after it went bankrupt. However, Revel also produced a few military kits in 1/40 scale, which was one of two popular armor scales (the other being 1/32) until Tamiya started producing military vehicles in 1/35. As much as I'd like to show the sprues on this one, there are just far too many and Revell USA does not included a parts layout in their instructions. Suffice it to say, there are a lot of parts and the box art shows a build up. The condition of the molds is actually quite good considering their age. I am sure that fit will be less than optimal by today's standards and you will find the usual ejector pin marks and part numbers embossed on many of the larger bits. One has to keep in mind that having things move was very much a priority during the early days of kit production and so authenticity often was subordinated to having functional segments. The missile itself only takes up a small portion of the assemblies with the launcher assembly, that part that allows it to stand on its own in readiness for firing, taking up another larger percentage and finally the tractor and trailer assembly taking up the majority of the parts. There is a crew included and while there is no clear styrene for windows an acetate sheet is included to handle that task. the instructions provided a cutting guide for the various windows. As you can imagine, the trailer has all the missile hold downs articulated and you can build the elevation mechanism so that it can raise and lower with the missile. The rather odd looking low pressure tires are in plastic and are designed to roll with the front wheels steerable. If you have ever built the Revell 1/69 V-2 kit, you'll find many of the assemblies to be familiar, though of a different scale and shape. A set of vinyl tires is included to be used with the launcher assembly. Thanks to all the functional parts, this can be displayed ready to fire or in transport mode. The 16 page instruction booklet is nothing like what was produced in the 60s with modern and well done construction drawings. All the parts are named and colors provided. Decals look to be well done and are in register. They seem a tad thick compared to some, but should be quite viable. Markings are for one missile as shown on the box art and I have a suspicion that it is for a test missile as images found on the net are not quite so flamboyant.

Revell Germany 1/32 Focke Wulf Fw 190 A-8 Nightfighter

$31.95ITEM: RVLS3926

Revell Germany 1/32 Focke Wulf Fw 190 A-8 Nightfighter

Overview:

This is the 1/32 Scale Focke Wulf Fw190A-8, A-8/R11 Nightfighter Plastic Model Kit from Revell Germany. Suitable for Ages 14 & Older. • Highly detailed plastic pieces • Choice to build the aircraft as a night fighter with antenna array • Super detailed BMW 801 radial engine with exhaust manifold • Can be built with open engine cowling's, machine gun cover or extended flaps • Moveable ailerons and rudder • Rotating propeller • Choice of normal or arched cockpit canopy • Detailed cockpit • Detailed instrument panel • Tailwheel can be mounted extended or retracted • Detailed under-carriage • Two fully detailed 131 machine guns • Large display stand with many flight positions • Waterslide decals • Illustrated instructions MARKING OPTIONS: One decal sheet with markings for 2 versions: 1) Focke Wulf Fw190 A-8/R11, NightFighter no. 500666, II./JG 301, Erfurt-Nord, June 1944 2) Focke Wulf Fw190 A-8 no. 961093 RED 3 JG 301, May 1945

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