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1:100 Soviet Armored Car BA-10

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1:100 Soviet Armored Car BA-10

€3.99

Article number: 500786149 Product: 1:100 Soviet Armored Car BA-10 Size: 4,5 cm Parts: 25 No glue required Invented during later stages of World War I, the armored cars were used by many armies around the world during the pre- World War II period. They were intended for tasks requiring high mobility, like scouting and raiding enemy rear communications. Soviet armored car BA-10 was armed with 45-mm gun and a machinegun and was a formidable opponent to German troops. However, the factory where these armored cars were produced, had to be evacuated, so, in effect, the production of BA-10 ceased in 1941 and wasn't re-established. Contents: 1 unpainted armored car 1 anti-aircraft gun - 1 unit flag - 1 unit card

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1:100 WWII German 3t CargoTruck

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1:100 WWII German 3t CargoTruck

€3.99

Article number: 50786126 Product: 1:100 WWII German 3t CargoTruck Size: 5,8 cm Parts: 17 No glue required Opel Blitz was the best truck of Wehrmacht. Its mass production began in pre-war period and went on until 1945. Opiel Blitz could be used both to transport troops and ammunition and to tow artillery.

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1:72 U.S. Modern Infantry

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1:72 U.S. Modern Infantry

€3.99

Article number: 500787407 Product: 1/72 U.S. Modern Infantry This kit includes 5 figures in 4 poses. Can be assembled without glue. New tooling! The basic unit of the U.S. Army during the 1990’s was the motorized or mechanized infantry squad, normally composed of nine men split into two teams. These soldiers were trained to perform a variety of tasks when dismounted from their vehicle. This dismounted team includes a squad leader, an anti-armor specialist, a squad automatic weapon (SAW) gunner, and two soldiers equipped with M16A1 assault rifles. Suitable for use with Hot War! This kit includes five unpainted plastic models of U.S. infantry soldiers from the 1990’s, equipped with a variety of weapons. Some assembly required. Models can be mounted on individual bases, or combined on a larger unit base. Includes unit flag and unit card for use with the Hot War game.

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1/100 Sd.Kfz251/1 Ausf.B "Stuka zu Fuss"

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1/100 Sd.Kfz251/1 Ausf.B "Stuka zu Fuss"

€3.99

Article number: 500786243 Product: 1:100 Sd.Kfz251/1 Ausf.B "Stuka zu Fuss" Size: 6,0 cm Parts: 33 No glue required The famous German WWII Rocket Launcher based on Sd.Kfz. 251/1 A rocket launcher (German : Wurfrahmen) was adopted by the Wehrmacht in 1938 for the launch of 280-mm high-explosive devices. In order to improve mobility, since 1940 frames with 6 launching rails were mounted on medium armored personnel carriers Sd.Kfz. 251. Two aiming rods were attached at the front of the engine compartment. Detailed plastic model kit

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1:100 IS-2 Heavy Soviet Tank WWII

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1:100 IS-2 Heavy Soviet Tank WWII

€3.99

Article number: 500786201 Product: 1:100 IS-2 Heavy Soviet Tank WWII Size: 9 cm Parts: 17 No glue required Soviet heavy tanks IS (abbreviation IS means Iosif Stalin) were developed in 1943 as a successor to the outdated KV-series. The IS-1, armed with 85 mm gun was introduced into service in September 1943, but soon it became obvious that this weapon wasn't powerful enough to fight the modern German tanks. In the end of 1943 a new modification with a 122 mm gun and the designation IS-2 was developed. This new was tank introduced into service in the beginning of 1944, and took part in battles of the late World War II. The IS-2 was rightfully considered as the strongest heavy tank of its day. Contents: 1 unpainted tank 1 unit flag Card for wargame can be downloaded from website: www.art-of-tactic.com Detailed Plastic Kit of model IS-2 Heavy Soviet Tank WWII in scale 1:100

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1:100 M-3 Scout Car

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1:100 M-3 Scout Car

€3.99

Article number: 530006245 Product: 1:100 M-3 Scout Car New tooling No glue required Number of parts: 17 Model size: 5,7 cm Light armored intelligence car M-3 Scout became one of the mass machines of this class. Altogether there were built 21000 such cars. Serial production of the modification M3A1 began in 1941 at the Ford Company. M-3 vehicles were used in armies of all anti-Hitler allies. The Red Army also had a lot of them. The vehicle could carry eight people, it had an armour protection from bullets and splinters. The body could contain a large-caliber machine gun. Detailed plastic kit

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1:100 Sd. Kfz. 222 Armored Car

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1:100 Sd. Kfz. 222 Armored Car

€3.99

Article number: 500786157 Product: 1:100 Sd. Kfz. 222 Armored Car Size: 4,6 cm Parts: 18 No glue required The German military built nearly 1000 of the light armored reconnaissance vehicle Sk. Kfz. 222. The vehicle's 80 kilometer per hour road top speed and 40 kilometer per hour cross country top speed made it a valuable compliment for panzer units that needed a reliable recon vehicle. It performed excellently in countries with good roads, like Western Europe, but struggled in the Eastern Front and North Africa because of its poor off-road performance. Based on a typical heavy off-road truck, the Sk. Kfz. 222 was equipped with 5 to 8 mm of armor plate and a turret-mounted 20mm KwK 30 L/55 autocannon and a 7.92 mm machine gun. Though it would eventually be replaced by more rugged half-tracks for the recon role, it did impress the Soviet's enough to inspire their own BA-64 armored car. Contents: 1 unpainted armored car 1 anti-aircraft gun - 1 unit flag - 1 unit card

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1:100 Sd.Kfz.182 King Tiger Henschel

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1:100 Sd.Kfz.182 King Tiger Henschel

€3.99

Article number: 500786204 Product: 1/100 Sd.Kfz.182 King Tiger Henschel Parts: 17 No glue required The King Tiger was the heaviest production tank of World War 2. With its powerful long barreled 88mm gun it was capable of destroying a Sherman tank from a 3,500 m distance. The King Tigers were issued to the army in February, 1944, and were first used in combat already in May, in battles near Minsk. Two companies equipped with these formidable machines participated in the Battle of Normandy, during the D-Day. The King Tiger operated by the experienced crew was the most dangerous enemy for any tank. Contents: 1 unpainted tank 1 unit flag Card for wargame can be downloaded from website: www.art-of-tactic.com Detailed Plastic Kit of model Sd.Kfz.182 King Tiger Henschel in scale 1:100

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1:100 Sd.Kfz.186 "Jagdtiger"

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1:100 Sd.Kfz.186 "Jagdtiger"

€3.99

Article number: 500786206 Product: 1:100 Sd.Kfz.186 "Jagdtiger" Size: 10,7 cm Parts: 23 New tooling No glue required The Jagdtiger is the most efficient German tank killer of World War II. Due to German department system of the ordnance inventory, the Jagdtiger had index Sd. Kfz. 186. It was was developed in 1942'1944, based on heavy Kingtiger chassis and became with 71 t the heaviest serial produced armored vehicle of all time. Contents: 1 unpainted self-propelled gun - 1 unit flag Card for wargame can be downloaded from website: www.art-of-tactic.com Detailed Plastic Kit of Model Sd.Kfz.186 "Jagdtiger" German Heavy Tank Destroyer in Scale 1:350

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1:100 Self-propelled Gun SU-152

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1:100 Self-propelled Gun SU-152

€3.99

Article number: 500786182 Product: 1:100 Self-propelled Gun SU-152 Size: 9 cm Parts: 13 No glue required We are glad to announce the release of a new armored vehicle model - Soviet self-propelled howitzer SU-152 in 1:100 scale. The carefully designed details of the model fit together effortlessly and may be assembled without any use of glue. The model is not only easy to build, but also highly historically accurate. You may also use the model to represent a Soviet armored vehicle unit in Art of Tactic game. The powerful self-propelled howitzer will bolster greatly your Soviet army. During the final period of the battle for Stalingrad lack of mobile artillery in Soviet army became evident. Development of an armored vehicle armed with 152-mm gun was launched in January of 1943. The vehicle, named SU-152, was ready by the beginning of February and its serial production was launched during spring. SU-152 self-propelled howitzers took part in the Battle of Kursk in 1943 as well as countless other operations on the Eastern front. Contents: 1 unpainted self-propelled gun - 1 unit flag Card for wargame can be downloaded from website: www.art-of-tactic.com Detailed Plastic Kit of Model Self-propelled Gun SU-152 in Scale 1:100

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1:100 Sturmtiger Heavy Assault Gun

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1:100 Sturmtiger Heavy Assault Gun

€3.99

Article number: 500786205 Product: 1:100 Sturmtiger Heavy Assault Gun Size: 4 cm Parts: 19 No glue required The Sturmtiger was a World War II German heavy assault gun. It was created in 1943 based on chassis of the Tiger tank and was meant for destroying enemy fortifications and for battles in urban areas. During the period from 1943 until 1945, 18 Sturmtigers were refurnished from main tanks, including a prototype. They saw limited use in battles almost until the end of war, but, due to their low quantity, lack of appropriate targets, unreliability , heavy weight and problems with ammunition, Sturmtigers did not play any significant role.

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1:100 US-Medium Tank M-4A2 Sherman

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1:100 US-Medium Tank M-4A2 Sherman

€3.99

Article number: 500786263 Product: 1/100 US-Medium Tank M-4A2 Sherman Size: 12 cm Parts: 26 No glue required Nicknamed for the unstoppable Union general from the American Civil War, the M4 Sherman was the most common tank fielded by the United States during World War II, and many of them were sent to aid Great Britain and the Soviet Union through the Lend-Lease program. Built to be reliable and maneuverable, the Sherman tank was easy and cheap to mass produce, allowing the Americans to outnumber their enemies. This advantage would more than make up for the fact that late German tanks could easily outclass the smaller M4. Ironically, when the M4 first entered service at El Alamein in North Africa, it's 75mm gun and 93mm of armor was superior to the light and medium German tanks used in that battle. This led American planners to conclude that the Sherman would be good enough to win the war, and there was very little tank development after that time. As heavier (and stronger) German tanks entered the battlefield, the M4 lost its advantage, and became dependent on numbers, artillery support, and air superiority to defeat the superior German designs. Contents: 1 unpainted tank 1 unit flag Card for wargame can be downloaded from website: www.art-of-tactic.com Detailed Plastic Kit of Model US-Medium Tank M-4A2 Sherman in Scale 1:100

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1:100 WWII Soviet Cargo Truck ZIS-5

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1:100 WWII Soviet Cargo Truck ZIS-5

€3.99

Article number: 500786124 Product: 1:100 WWII Soviet Cargo Truck ZIS-5 Size: 5,8 cm Parts: 18 No glue required Sturdy and reliable ZiS-5 trucks were ideally suited for rough conditions of Russian terrain. It was also easy to produce, so these trucks were manufactured by several factories. On the frontline, ZiS-5 transported troops, heavy weapons, ammunition and supplies. Contents: 1 unpainted truck - 1 unit flag - 1 unit card

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1:144 Passenger Aircraft BOEING 767-300

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1:144 Passenger Aircraft BOEING 767-300

€21.99

Article number: 500787005 Product: 1:144 Passenger Aircraft BOEING 767-300 Size: 38,1 cm Parts: 72 The 767-300 commercial airliner first flew on 30 January 1986. It can carry up to 325 passengers - 40 more than the previous 767-200 variant. The fuselage of the 300 series was lengthened by 6,43 m for this purpose. High fuel efficiency and comfort for passengers made this airplane to one of the most popular airliners over the world. Superior flight quality was demonstrated on 23 June 1983 when an Air Canada jet run out of fuel during flight from Ottawa to Edmonton and effected a successful landing after more the 20km of gliding distance. Over 1000 planes of the 767 series have been manufactured. Boeing 767-300 1:144

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1:144 WWII German ME 109BF/F2

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1:144 WWII German ME 109BF/F2

€3.99

Article number: 500786116 Product: 1/144 WWII German ME 109BF/F2 Snap Kit - No glue required!! Size: 6,6 cm Contains 8 parts Aircraft stand included Decals for Luftwaffe Messershmitt BF-109 was designed in the middle of 1930's and had already seen action during the Spanish civil war before participating in WW II. By all accounts it was one of the most successful fighters of WW II.

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1:48 MIL Mi-24V/VP(HIND)Combat Helicopt.

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1:48 MIL Mi-24V/VP(HIND)Combat Helicopt.

€39.99

Article number: 530004823 Product: 1:48 MIL Mi-24V/VP(HIND)Combat Helicopt. The Mi-24 – NATO code HIND – was developed in the late 1960´s. The "V" version is with over 1.500 helicopters the most widely produced. The first combat test for the "Hind" was the Afghanistan conflict. This helicopter has served in most conflicts worldwide, from 1979 until present time. Our kit allows the building of 2 versions: Mi-24V with single 12,7mm 4-barrel YAK-B machine gun Mi-24VP with 23mm twin autocannon turret Kit consists of 318 parts Decals: for 1 Soviet, 2 Russian, 1 Czech Air Force helicopter 2 pilot figures included Model length: 44,7 cm New tooling Detailed plastic model kit

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1:72 British QF 2-pdr Anti Tank Gun,crew

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1:72 British QF 2-pdr Anti Tank Gun,crew

€3.99

Article number: 500786169 Product: 1/72 British QF 2-pdr Anti Tank Gun,crew This kit includes one plastic model British artillery piece with two soldier crewmen. Model supplied unpainted. Assembly required. This "snap fit" model can be assembled without glue. Includes unit flag and unit card for use with the Art of Tactic WWII game. Historical Notes Commonly known simply as the "2 pounder gun", this 40mm cannon was originally designed to serve as the tank gun for the Vickers Cruiser Tank Mk. I. For economic and standardization reasons, the British government decided to use it as the standard anti-tank gun as well. Thus, in 1936, the "Ordnance QF 2 pounder Mark IX on Carriage Mark II" was born. The gun carriage, designed by Woolwich Arsenal, could be used to tow the gun or converted into a firing platform with 360 degree traverse by removing the wheels. The 2 pounder gun was more powerful than other anti-tank guns of the time (which were typically 20mm to 37mm). But, this added power came at the price of a much greater weight and a high profile that made it easier for the enemy to locate and target the gun. As tank armor improved over the course of the war, however, it quickly became clear that the 2 pounder was not strong enough, and after 1941 it was gradually replaced by more powerful 6 pounder guns. The 2 pounder was never issued high explosive ammunition, which further reduced its effectiveness against unarmored targets.

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1:72 Hist.Fig.-Set Fren.Cuirassiers 1812

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1:72 Hist.Fig.-Set Fren.Cuirassiers 1812

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Article number: 530008037 Product: 1:72 Hist.Fig.-Set Franz. Kürassier 1812 Parts: 19 Size: 2,4 cm The cuirassiers were always the elite force of Napoleon's army. Their crushing close-formation attacks were deservedly hailed as the decisive factor in Napoleon's success. The Napoleonic Wars represented the heyday of the cuirassier, and they would continue to be fielded until the opening battles of World War I. These cavalry soldiers took their name from the heavy metal breastplate (cuirass) that they wore. While the armor was not enough to protect against the flintlock muskets of the era, they were able to deflect shots from long range and they were very effective in close quarter melee fighting. As close fighting became the primary purpose of the cuirassier, they fought primarily with swords. Many did carry a pistol as a secondary weapon.

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1:72 JU-87 B-2/U4 Stuka w/Ski

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1:72 JU-87 B-2/U4 Stuka w/Ski

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Article number: 530007323 Product: 1:72 JU-87 B-2/U4 Stuka w/Ski Decals for German StG 77 included Kit contains 89 parts 2 pilot figures included No glue required Partially new tooling The famous German Junkers Stuka dive bomber JU 87 B-2 was in mass production from December 1939. For the quick conversion of the bomber aimed at use under different conditions, factory modification kits were produced, or Umrüstbausätze in German. These were numbered and the fourth set, the U4, represented skis to be installed on the main and tail landing gears instead of wheels. The Stuka 87 B-2 with skis was able to take off and land on snow-covered airfields without slipping into loose snow. Detailed plastic kit

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1:72 Soviet 120-mm Mortar with Crew

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1:72 Soviet 120-mm Mortar with Crew

€3.99

Article number: 500786147 Product: 1:72 Soviet 120-mm Mortar with Crew No glue required Kit includes 4 figures + 1 mortar Parts: 25 New tooling The Soviet 120-mm mortar designed 1938 by Shavyrin was due to its effectivity adopted also by the Germany Army. Firing range - from 450-5700 m, rate of fire - 15 rounds per minute, elevation angle - 45-80 degrees, weight - 282 kg. Used high-explosive fragmentation, smoke, incendiary and illumination shells.

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1:72 Soviet Regular Infantry 1941-42

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1:72 Soviet Regular Infantry 1941-42

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Article number: 500786179 Product: 1/72 Soviet Regular Infantry 1941-42 Size: 2,4 cm Parts: 23 No glue required Infantry is the most ancient troop type. Yet even in the era when warfare is dominated by planes, tanks and heavy artillery infantry remains a necessary element in any army. In 1941, Soviet infantry entered World War II being inexperienced and sometimes ill-equipped, which led to several humiliating defeats. However, Soviet soldiers were fast to learn and eventually proved to be more than a match for their adversaries. Contents: 5 unpainted soldiers - 1 unit base with flag - 1 unit card

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1:72 T-35 Soviet Heavy Tank WWII

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1:72 T-35 Soviet Heavy Tank WWII

€14.99

Article number: 500785061 Product: 1:72 T-35 Soviet Heavy Tank WWII No.of parts: 237 Flexible tracks Decals of one Soviet unit Model size: 13,5 cm New tooling T-35 — the Soviet heavy tank of the interwar period. It was developed during 1931–1932 by the engineers of a specialized design bureau under the general supervision of N.V. Barykov. T-35 was a five-turret heavy tank of classic layout, with gun and machine-gun armaments and bulletproof armoring, and was intended to support infantry formations during breakthrough of the enemy's fortified positions. The T-35 is the world’s only five-turret tank in serial production. It was used during early stages of WWII , but soon obsolete against the modern German tanks.

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1:72 WWII Ger. Fighter Focke Wolf 190 A4

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1:72 WWII Ger. Fighter Focke Wolf 190 A4

€7.99

Article number: 500787304 Product: 1:72 WWII Ger. Fighter Focke Wolf 190 A4 Size: 13,8 Parts: 24 The Fw 190 А-4 appeared in 1942. The first massive use of Fw 190 A-4s in the USSR was on the Kursk arch in July 1943, when these aircrafts were adopted by the JG 51 squadron. No glue required

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1:72 WWII Ger.Fig.Messerschmitt BF-109F2

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1:72 WWII Ger.Fig.Messerschmitt BF-109F2

€7.99

Article number: 500787302 Product: 1:72 WWII Ger.Fig.Messerschmitt BF-109F2 Size: 12,8 cm Parts: 42 Bf 109F was introduced in 1941 and became instantly the best liked variant of this fighter by its pilots for combat performance. Powered by a DB 601H engine (1200 hp), the aircraft reached 537 km / h at the sea level. This speed and its excellent climbing rate at low altitude, "Friedrich", as a the new Messerschmitt modification was called, was superior to most enemy fighters of that period. No glue required

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1:72 WWII German 2cm Flak 38

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1:72 WWII German 2cm Flak 38

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Article number: 500786117 Product: 1:72 WWII German 2cm Flak 38 Size: 3 cm Parts: 20 No glue required 20-mm anti-aircraft gun Flak-38 was produced for a decade - from 1935 to 1945. It saw service during all stages of World War II. The gun was designed chiefly to shoot at low-flying targets. CONTENTS: 2 unpainted soldiers 1 anti-aircraft gun - 1 unit base with flag - 1 unit card

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1/35 BM-21 Grad Rocket Launcher

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1/35 BM-21 Grad Rocket Launcher

€29.99

Article number: 500783655 Product: 1:35 BM-21 Grad Rocket Launcher Mounted on the 3-axle Ural 4320 truck, this Russian MLRS system with 40 barrels of 122mm rockets, has seen combat in many conflicts. Number of parts: 429 Flexible tires Decals for 4 Russian vehicles Model length: 21,6 cm 50% new tooling Detailed plastic Kit of model BM-21 Grad Rocket Launcher in scale 1:35

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1/35 Elefant Sd.Kfz. 184

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1/35 Elefant Sd.Kfz. 184

€27.99

Article number: 500783659 Product: 1/35 Elefant Sd.Kfz. 184 Equipped with the famous 88mm PaK 43/2, this vehicle was based on the "Porsche" Tiger. 48 Ferdinand Tiger were converted to "Elefants", which saw combat on the Eastern and Italian Front. Number of parts: 300 Tracks in segments Decals for 2 German units Model length: 23,3 cm Partially new tooling Detailed plastic model kit

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1/35 GAZ Tiger w/Arbalet

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1/35 GAZ Tiger w/Arbalet

€23.99

Article number: 500783683 Product: 1/35 GAZ Tiger w/Arbalet This Russian 4x4 multi-purpose vehicle is equipped with the "Arbalet" remote control weapon station with 12,7mm and 7,6mm MG´s. It has been supplied in big numbers to the Russian Army. Number of parts: 340 Flexible tires Decals for 2 Russian vehicles Model length: 16,3 cm Partially new tooling Detailed plastic model kit

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1/35 T-28 Heavy Tank

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1/35 T-28 Heavy Tank

€29.99

Article number: 500783694 Product: 1/35 T-28 Heavy Tank The T-28 is a Soviet three-turret medium tank designed and launched into production prior to World War II. These tanks took an active part in a number of local conflicts immediately before the outbreak of the Great Patriotic War and in a number of early battles against the Germans. The T-28 was adopted by the Red Army in August 1933 and was manufactured by the Kirov factory in Leningrad until 1940. The distinctive feature of the T-28 were three rotating turrets, a large one with a 76mm gun and two smaller ones with machine guns. Despite its relatively heavy weight the T-28 was a capable all-terrain vehicle. The Finnish Army captured some T-28s during the Winter War and used them until 1951.

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1/72 Persian Cavalry (RR)

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1/72 Persian Cavalry (RR)

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Article number: 500788008 Product: 1/72 Persian Cavalry (RR) This set includes both Persian cavalry and a war chariot equipped with curved blades on the wheel hubs. The chariot was in use from the 1st century BC to the Roman wars with Mitrydat – King of Pontus. Kit contains: One chariot with 4 horses and 2 figures 8 cavalry men with 5 different poses Re-release Detailed plastic model kit

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1/72 Sukhoi SU-30 SM

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1/72 Sukhoi SU-30 SM

€21.99

Article number: 500787314 Product: 1:72 Sukhoi SU-30 SM The SU-30 SM is a multipurpose fighter and fighter bomber of the 4 th generation. The maiden flight took place in 2012. It can carry a weapon load of 8000 kg and a avariety of missiles. - Kit consists of 385 parts - Decals for: 3 Russian Air Force units 1 Russian Naval Air Force 1 Kazakhstan Air Force - 2 pilots included Detailed plastic model kit

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1:100 "Maus" German WWII SuperHeavyTank

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1:100 "Maus" German WWII SuperHeavyTank

€3.99

Article number: 500786213 Product: 1:100 "Maus" German WWII SuperHeavyTank Size: 10,6 cm Parts: 15 No glue required The development of super-heavy tank Maus was started by Ferdinand Porsche in 1942. As a result, two prototypes of that tank were built. They were passing the tests in 1944 ' early1945. Production of the Maus was never started. In April 1945, due to the Red Army approaching to testing range, both prototypes were blown up. Nevertheless, one captured Maus was rebuilt. After that, it was transported to the testing range in Kubinka near Moscow for storage, where it is now on display. Contents: 1 unpainted tank 1 unit flag Card for wargame can be downloaded from website: www.art-of-tactic.com Detailed Plastic Kit of model "Maus" German WWII Super Heavy Tank in scale 1:100

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1:100 Assault gun III layout B

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1:100 Assault gun III layout B

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Article number: 500786155 Product: 1:100 Assault gun III layout B Size: 5,3 cm Parts: 11 No glue required Designed to destroy fortifications and support infantry attacks, the Sturmgesch'tz III (or StuG III for short)'meaning assault gun would actually be the most-produced armored vehicle in the German army during World War II (with more than 10,000 constructed). Based on the proven Panzer III chassis, this vehicle had no turret, allowing it to mount a more powerful gun and more armor than a traditional tank, as well as reducing the costs to build. As the German military struggled against the well-armored Soviet tanks, the purpose of the StuG III was expanded into the role of tank destroyer. The Ausf. B model was completed by June of 1940. Compared to the earlier model, it featured wider tracks and a simplified transmission. It was protected by 50mm of armor in the front and its 75 mm StuK 37 L/24 gun gave it a more powerful offensive punch than the Panzer IIs, IIIs, and IVs. However, the fact that it did not have a turret made it vulnerable to more mobile attackers, while its lack of a machine gun made it vulnerable to infantry attack. Contents: 1 unpainted assault gun - 1 unit flag - 1 unit card

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1:100 Brummbär

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1:100 Brummbär

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Article number: 500786244 Product: 1:100 Brummbär No glue required Number of parts: 11 Model size: 6,0 cm New tooling The Sturmpanzer IV nicknamed "Brummbär" is a German assault infantry gun based on the Panzer IV medium tank. Used on the Eastern and Western fronts namely in the in the battles of Kursk, Anzio, Normandy. Serially produced from April 1943, a total of 306 vehicles were made. They were distributed over four separate Sturmpanzer battalions.

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1:100 English Brigantine

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1:100 English Brigantine

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Article number: 500789011 Product: 1/100 English Brigantine Size: 45 cm Parts: 305 Sails: vacuformed plastic, thread and stand included The word Brigantine comes form brigand which means a pirate or a robber, and in the XVI century it was the name for light pirate ships. Later when piracy spread to the Atlantic Ocean the type of the vessel changed but the name was kept. In the XVII – XVIII centuries the brigantine carried square sails on the both masts. In the XVIII century the brigantine was introduced to the military fleet as a messenger and reconnaissance ship. By the middle of the XIX century the brigantine finally became a type of the sailing vessel: it is a small two-mast ship with a square sail on the foremost and a fore-and-aft sail on the mainmast, with appx. 350 tons of displacement. Detailed plastic model kit

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1:100 Hist.Segelsch."Pourquoi Pas"3-mast

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1:100 Hist.Segelsch."Pourquoi Pas"3-mast

€46.99

Article number: 530009012 Product: 1:100 Hist.Segelsch."Pourquoi Pas"3-mast The "Pourquoi Pas" was a French explorer vessel, built in 1907 and participated in various Arctic expeditions. Kit consists of 284 parts Model length: 51 cm Includes thread for rigging, vacuformed sails and stand. Detailed plastic kit

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1:100 Panther Ausf.A German Tank WWII

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1:100 Panther Ausf.A German Tank WWII

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Article number: 500786196 Product: 1:100 Panther Ausf.A German Tank WWII Size: 8 cm Parts: 25 No glue required Development of Panzerkampfwagen V Panther was started in the end of 1941. Several different prototypes took part in tests in which the MAN design was chosen. In January 1943, serial production of Panther began and continued until the end of war. In the period from 1943 to 1945, about 6000 Panthers were built, which fought on Eastern and Western fronts. Contents: 1 unpainted tank 1 unit flag Card for wargame can be downloaded from website: www.art-of-tactic.com Detailed Plastic Kit of model Panther Ausf.A German Tank WWII in scale 1:100

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1:100 Panzer IV Ausf. H Add-On

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1:100 Panzer IV Ausf. H Add-On

€3.99

Article number: 500786251 Product: 1:100 Panzer IV Ausf. H Add-On Size: 7 cm Parts: 9 No glue required By the 1941 it became clear that Pz.Kpfw. IV's gun was inefficient against well-armored tanks. A modification of the tank with more powerful gun was being developed since the beginning of 1941. The requirements for the tank's gun were changed several times. The final version was a 75-mm gun based on the Pak 40 anti-tank gun. The new modification of the tank was named Pz.Kpfw. IV Ausf.F2. Its mass production began in March of 1942. Contents: 1 unpainted tank 1 unit flag Card for wargame can be downloaded from website: www.art-of-tactic.com Detailed Plastic Kit of Model Panzer IV long gun in Scale 1:100

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1:100 Panzer IV Ausf.H German tank WWII

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1:100 Panzer IV Ausf.H German tank WWII

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Article number: 500786240 Product: 1:100 Panzer IV Ausf.H German tank WWII Size: 5 cm Parts: 14 No glue required The German medium tank Pz.Kpfw.IV was the standard tank of the Wehrmacht during Second World War. It was produced from 1937 until 1945 in several modifications. The Ausf. H modification was the mostly produced. The first tanks under this designation differed from the Ausf. G only by thickening the front armor plate and a stronger drive with cast wheels. Production of the Ausf. H continued until July 1944. The number of manufactured tanks of this version, according to various sources, differs from 3935 chassis, of which 3774 were completed as tanks, up to 3960 chassis and 3839 tanks.

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1:100 Sd.Kfz.173 Jagdpanther

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1:100 Sd.Kfz.173 Jagdpanther

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Article number: 500786183 Product: 1:100 Sd.Kfz.173 Jagdpanther Size: 10 cm Parts: 20 No glue required The German self-propelled gun Jagdpanther was developed in 1943 based on the chassis of the medium tank Panzerkampfwagen V Panther. The Jagdpanther was armed with 88 mm antitank gun Pak 43. Series production of Jagdpanther began in spring 1944 and continued until the end of war. In total about 400 Jagdpanthers were built. They took part in battles of 1944'1945 against Red Army and English and American troops. Contents: 1 unpainted self-propelled gun - 1 unit flag Card for wargame can be downloaded from website: www.art-of-tactic.com Detailed Plastic Kit of model Sd.Kfz.173 Jagdpanther in scale 1:100

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1:100 Self-propelled Gun SU-100

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1:100 Self-propelled Gun SU-100

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Article number: 500786211 Product: 1/100 Self-propelled Gun SU-100 Size: 9,5 cm Parts: 15 No glue required The SU-100 is a World War II Soviet tank destroyer armed with the 100mm D-10S gun. It was developed from the T-34/85 medium tank by the Uralmashzavod design bureau in late 1943/early 1944 as a modified version of the earlier SU-85, which did not have sufficient fire power to fight German heavy tanks. In 1951, licensed production of the SU-100 started in Czechoslovakia. A total of 4,967 units of the SU-100 were produced across both countries. The first combat use of the SU-100 took place in January 1944. Afterwards, the SU-100 played an important role on all Soviet fronts in late WWII. In later years many Soviet allies used the SU-100 for their armies. Contents: 1 unpainted tank 1 unit flag Card for wargame can be downloaded from website: www.art-of-tactic.com Detailed Plastic Kit of Model Self-propelled Gun SU-100 in Scale 1:100

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1:100 Sov.Self Propelled 122-mm GVOZDIKA

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1:100 Sov.Self Propelled 122-mm GVOZDIKA

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Article number: 500787421 Product: 1/100 Soviet Self Propelled 122 mm Howitzer GVOZDIKA Size: 7,4 cm Parts: 19 No glue required Gvozdika self-propelled 122-mm howitzer was designed in 1969. It is designed to support infantry on battlefield. The vehicle is capable of moving through many types of terrain including swamps and riverbanks. It took part in many post-World War II conflicts and is still used by Russian army. Contents: 1 unpainted self-propelled howitzer - 1 unit flag Card for wargame can be downloaded from website: www.art-of-tactic.com Detailed Plastic Kit of Model 122-mm Gvozdika in Scale 1:100

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1:100 Soviet Anti Aircraft Weapon SHILKA

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1:100 Soviet Anti Aircraft Weapon SHILKA

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Article number: 500787419 Product: 1/100 Soviet Anti Aircraft Weapon SHILKA Size: 6,7 cm Parts: 29 No glue required The "Shilka" anti-aircraft weapon system was adopted for Soviet army service in 1965. At the time it was an innovative vehicle. It possessed considerable firepower and was able to fire at both ground and air targets either remaining stationary or while moving. Shilka is still used by Russian army, although by now it is somewhat obsolete. Contents: 1 unpainted anti-aircraft weaponsystem - 1 unit flag Card for wargame can be downloaded from website: www.art-of-tactic.com Detailed Plastic Kit of Model Soviet Anti Aircraft Weapon System SHILKA in Scale 1:100

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1:100 Soviet Medium Tank T-34/76

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1:100 Soviet Medium Tank T-34/76

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Article number: 500786159 Product: 1/100 Soviet Medium Tank T-34/76 Parts: 8 Size: 6 cm No glue required The T-34/76 was the most famous tank of World War II. Unlike the 1942 model, this modification, which appeared in 1943, had a changed turret and two round hatches. That allowed placing a radio station in the turret and an increased weapon load. Vehicles of this type took part in Battle of Kursk and many other great battles. Contents: 1 unpainted tank - 1 unit flag Card for wargame can be downloaded from website: www.art-of-tactic.com Detailed Plastic Kit of model Soviet Medium Tank T-34/76 in scale 1:100

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1:100 T-72 Russian Tank

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1:100 T-72 Russian Tank

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Article number: 500787400 Product: 1:100 T-72 Russian Tank Parts: 15 Size: 10,1 cm No glue required Suitable for use with Hot War Produced from 1988 until the present, the T-72B is one of the most successful tank designs in the modern world, and the most widely fielded tank of the Soviet Bloc. Weighing more than 44 metric tons, the T-72B has a top road speed of 60 km/h, is protected by reactive armor, and sports a 125mm smoothbore cannon capable of firing conventional munitions as well as guided anti-tank missiles. The chassis of this excellent tank proved so reliable and functional, it was used as the basis for numerous Soviet armored vehicle designs. The T-72B forms a potent backbone to the Soviet army to this day. Contents: 1 tank - 1 unit flag - 1 unit card Detailed Plastic Kit

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1:100 Tiger I - German Heavy Tank

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1:100 Tiger I - German Heavy Tank

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Article number: 500786256 Product: 1:100 Tiger I - German Heavy Tank Size: 8,2 cm Parts: 13 In 1941, after initial fights against Soviet tanks, German command came to conclusion that existing tanks employed by Wehrmacht did not suffice and they needed a tank both better armed and armored. Next year, two prototype heavy tanks were ready. The tank created by Henshel company won and its mass production was immediately launched. The tank was named Tiger. Tigers were first used in combat in the end of 1942, but only in limited quantities. The full-scale use of the tank started the next year. Having a thick armor plating and impressive armament, Tiger became the best-known German tank of World War II era. Contents: 1 unpainted tank 1 unit flag Card for wargame can be downloaded from website: www.art-of-tactic.com No glue required Detailed Plastic Kit of model Tiger I - German Heavy Tank in scale 1:100

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1:100 Ural Truck

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1:100 Ural Truck

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Article number: 500787417 Product: 1:100 Ural Truck Size: 7,5 cm Parts: 29 No glue required Soviet truck Ural was designed in Miass factory. The factory was founded during World War II when many Soviet factories were evacuated eastward and re-established there. Sturdy and reliable Ural truck has a mighty diesel engine and armor plating and is capable of moving through most types of terrain. Contents: 1 truck - 1 unit flag Card for wargame can be downloaded from website: www.art-of-tactic.com Detailed Plastic Kit of Model Ural Truck in Scale 1:100

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1:100 WWII German Tank II

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1:100 WWII German Tank II

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Article number: 500786102 Product: 1:100 WWII German Tank II Size: 4,2 cm Parts: 5 No glue required In the first years of World War II Pz.II was one of the most common German tanks. Its automatic gun, adequate armor and maneuverability proved their usefulness once and again. Contents: 1 unpainted tank - 1 unit flag - 1 unit card

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1:100 WWII Pz. Kpfw.IV Ausf.D

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1:100 WWII Pz. Kpfw.IV Ausf.D

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Article number: 500786151 Product: 1:100 WWII Pz. Kpfw.IV Ausf.D Size: 5,7 cm Parts: 8 No glue required Developed in the late 1930s, the Panzerkampfwagen IV'more commonly called the Panzer IV'would see service throughout World War II on every major front. Designed under the guidance of the famous tank General Heinz Guderian, this tank would eventually become the main tank of the German army. The Panzer IV was the only German tank that remained in production during the entire war, and more than 8800 were completed by war's end. Originally envisioned as an infantry tank that would be deployed to support infantry formations, the Panzer IV was not designed to fight enemy tanks directly. However, when the German army was confronted by superior Soviet tanks, this robust and reliable was quickly upgraded and converted to the role of tank fighter. The Ausf'hrung D (version D) model of the Panzer IV entered production in 1939 featured improved armor protection compared to earlier models and a machine gun for use against infantry. It's 75mm short-barreled howitzer could fire both high explosive rounds, or Panzergranate armor-piercing shells that could penetrate up to 43mm of armor at ranges up to 700 meters. Contents: 1 unpainted tank - 1 unit flag - 1 unit card

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1:100 WWII Sd.Kfz.251/1B

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1:100 WWII Sd.Kfz.251/1B

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1:100 WWII T34/76 tank

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1:100 WWII T34/76 tank

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Article number: 500786101 Product: 1:100 WWII T34/76 Panzer Size: 5,9 cm Parts: 5 No glue required "Soviet tank T-34 was designed in late 1940. By July of 1941 Red army had about a thousand of these tanks. When German troops met these tanks in combat for the first time, they were often shocked, because they didn’t expect Soviets to have such powerful tanks. Fast, well-armed, sturdy and reliable, T-34 was also easy to produce and relatively cheap. It allowed Soviets to produce an astonishing total of 87000 such tanks. T-34 became the most famous Soviet tank of World War II era. It is also considered one of the finest tanks of the period. Contents: 1 unpainted tank, 1unit flag, 1 unit card"

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1:144 Airbus A-320

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1:144 Airbus A-320

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Article number: 500787003 Product: 1:144 Airbus A-320 Size: 25,9 cm Parts: 140 The A-320 was designed by the European Airbus Industries at the end of the 1980-es and became the first civil aircraft equipped with the digital fly-by-wire flight control systems. Such aircraft are operated not manually but with the side-sticks located on the side console of the pilot. There are no pointer-type indicators on a flight deck: all the information is shown on color displays. A320 is relatively small but provides more space for passengers and carry-on baggage than many similar aircraft. The A-320 family is by far the most successful plane of the European Airbus Industries with over 5.232 units built up to 2012. "Ultimative Kit" series Decal for 3 Aeroflot planes

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1:144 Airbus A-321

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1:144 Airbus A-321

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Article number: 500787017 Product: 1:144 Airbus A-321 Size: 30,9 cm Parts: 145 This medium-range airliner is a development of the A-320 with an increased fuselage length of 7 meters for larger seating capacities. The A320 is the A-320 Family's largest member.

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1:144 Airbus A350-1000

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1:144 Airbus A350-1000

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Article number: 530007020 Product: 1:144 Airbus A350-1000 Kit consists of 132 parts Decals for Airbus prototype (as picture) Stand included Model length: 51,3 cm 100% new tooling The A350-1000 is the largest version of the A350 aircraft family developed by Airbus. The maiden flight of Airbus A350-1000 was made in November 2016. The plane features a longer fuselage than the -900 model, wider wings, increased capacity and more powerful engines. The A350-1000 can carry up to 369 passengers, 40 more than the -900 model. This aircraft meets all the modern requirements for cabin comfort, safety and flight performance and fuel economy. Qatar Airways was the launch customer of the A-350-1000 introducing it in its fleet early 2018. Detailed Plastic Kit

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1:144 Beriev A-50 "Mainstay"

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1:144 Beriev A-50 "Mainstay"

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Article number: 500787024 Product: 1:144 Beriev A-50 "Mainstay" Partially new tooling Introduced in 1984, the A-50 is still in service with the Russian and Indian air forces. It was upgraded several times and is actually involved in the Syrian conflict. Ultimate kit quality with - Rear cargo door open or closed - Wing flaps in 2 positions (flight/landing) - Some cabin and cargo bay interior details Decals for 2 Russian units No.of parts: 195 Detailed Plastic Kit of Model Beriev A-50 "Mainstay" in Scale 1:144

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1:144 Boeing 737-700 / C-40

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1:144 Boeing 737-700 / C-40

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Article number: 500787027 Product: 1:144 Boeing 737-700 / C-40 Kit consists of 109 parts. Decals for 2 US Air Force planes. Airplane stand included. Model length: 233 mm Partially new tooling The 737-700 is one of the most common variants of the Boeing 737, over 1.100 planes are in service with many airlines. In addition the 737-700 is also used for military and government transports. Detailed Plastic Kit

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1:144 Boeing 737-8 MAX

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1:144 Boeing 737-8 MAX

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Detailed Plastic Kit of Model Boeing 737-8 MAX in Scale 1:144

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1:144 Boeing 747-8 Airliner

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1:144 Boeing 747-8 Airliner

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Article number: 500787010 Product: 1:144 Boeing 747-8 Airliner Size: 53 cm Parts: 154 Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental first flew on February 8, 2010. Fuselage length of 747-8 is 76.3 meters, so it can be generally regarded as the longest of the existing commercial airliners. In addition, it is the most quiet and economical of all aircraft family. Up to 467 passengers can board this newest wide-body aircraft.

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1:144 Boeing 777-300ER

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1:144 Boeing 777-300ER

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Article number: 500787012 Product: 1:144 Boeing 777-300ER Size: 51,3 cm Parts: 147 A long-range wide-body jet-airliner. This is the world's largest twinjet: its wings have a longer span than the distance of the first Wright brothers' flight, and the diameter of its General Electric engine is just 30 cm shorter than the width of the Boeing 737's cabin. Boeing 777 holds the record for the longest distance flown by a commercial aircraft - 21601 km. Detailed Plastic Kit of model Boeing 777-300ER in scale 1:144

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1:144 Boeing 787-9

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1:144 Boeing 787-9

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Article number: 500787021 Product: 1:144 Boeing 787-9 Size: 43,6 Parts: 83 This is a version of the famous 787-8 Dreamliner (Zvezda 7008) with elongated fuselage. The first deliveries started in 2014 and it is currently in service with many airlines. The 787-9 can seat up to 420 passengers and has a max. range of 14.000 km. Detailed Plastic Kit of Model Boeing 787-9 in Scale 1:144

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