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1:72 A-6E Tram Intruder

Article number: 510001392 Product: 1:72 A-6E Tram Intruder Length of the model 230 mm The A-6 Intruder entered service in the mid-60s as ground attack carrier based aircraft to replace the outdated planes as the propeller-driven A-1 Skyraider and the A-3 Skywarrior. The Grumman Corporation developed and designed the A-6A, based on U.S. Navy specifications, a twin jet-engine all-weather medium attack aircraft able to operate from the American aircraft carriers. The so called "Intruder" was characterized by a sturdy and robust fuselage and for the two seats side by side cabin configuration for the pilot and the weapons officer. The A-6E was the definitive attack version of the "Intruder" improved in avionics and attack systems, in particular in the version named TRAM, from the acronym of the laser target designation system, that allowed to be more effective to perform "all weather" missions and to be more lethal in detection and suppression of enemy targets. Thanks to its hardpoints under the wing the A-6E Intruder was able to load an impressive offensive armament as conventional bombs, Paveway laser-guided bombs, Harpoon anti-ship missiles, HARM anti-radar missiles. It actively participated either from ground bases or from the carriers of the U.S. Navy, to Desert Storm campaign combat missions.
€19.49
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1:72 JU-86 E-1/E-2

Article number: 510001391 Product: 1:72 JU-86 E-1/E-2 Length of the model 248 mm SUPER DECAL SHEET FOR 7 VERSION During the ‘30s, the German aviation industry developed passenger or postal transport airplanes that could be easily declined and converted into military versions. Officially set up to be a civilian airplane to perform commercial duties, the Junkers Ju 86 was a monoplane twin-engine aircraft that, in the bomber version, equipped the squadrons of the nascent Luftwaffe. The Junkers Ju-86 was used, similarly to the Heinkel He 111 and the Dornier Do-17, as a medium-range bomber during the Spanish Civil War in 1936 under the Condor Legion insignia. Thanks to its two Junkers Jumo 205 engines, the Ju-86 was able to reach the maximum speed of 300 km / h and to carry up to 1,000 kg of offensive load. The Junkers Ju-86 participated to the early stages of the Poland Campaign but it was soon replaced by more modern and effective aircrafts. In addition to the Luftwaffe, it was used by Swedish and Hungarian air forces.
€24.99
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1:144 ATR 42 / 500

The model ATR 42 / 500 in 1/144 has al length of about 268 mm. 100% NEW MOULDS STAND BASE INCLUDED DECALS FOR TWO VERSIONS The ATR 42 was developed by the Italian-French manufacturer "Aeromobili da Trasporto Regionale" and making its first flight in the middle of ‘80s. The goal of the project was to create a twin-turboprop passenger aircraft that could be used as short-haul regional airliner. The low operating costs and the possibility to take off and to land on short runways were the main features of the small aircraft and were the base for the commercial success of the project. The ATR-500, introduced in the mid ‘90s, was the improved version and it adopts new engines and six-bladed propellers. Furthermore a dedicated military version, the ATR 42 MP "Surveyor" has been developed to perform maritime patrol duties. It is used by Italian Coast Guard, Capitanerie di Porto and Guardia di Finanza.
€24.99
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1:72 A-10 GULF WAR

Length of the model: 226 mm SUPER DECALS SHEET FOR 4 VERSIONS The A-10 Thunderbolt II was developed by Fairchild Republic in the seventies with the purpose to create, accordingly the needs of USAF, a powerful aircraft capable to perform close air support missions including attacking tanks and armoured vehicles. The Thunderbolt II is heavily armoured and exceptionally tough. It is characterised by the two General Electric turbofan engines and the adoption of one of the most powerful aircraft gun ever flown : the 30 mm. GAU-8/A Avenger Gatling. Thanks to its eleven underwing and under fuselage pillars, the A-10 can carry an impressive offensive pay-load. The A-10 was used in combat for the first time during the Gulf War in 1991 and it has showed its operational effectiveness destroying more than 900 enemy tanks.
€18.49
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1:72 A-7E Corsair II

Article number: 510001411 Product: 1:72 A-7E Corsair II Length of the model 195 mm SUPER DECAL SHEET The LTV A-7 Corsair II was designed and implemented in the first half of the 1960s to satisfy the specific United States Navy request to have a new carrier-capable light attack aircraft able to replace the Douglas A-4 Skyhawk and the piston-powered Douglas A-1 Skyraider. It was directly developed by the fighter Vought F-8 Crusade airframe. The A-7 was characterised by the large frontal air intake under the cabin, by the 35° foldable swept wing to optimize the use and the storage on the aircraft carriers flight decks and by the adoption of a modern Head-up-Display to enhance the operational effectiveness. Thanks to its underwing hardpoints the A-7 was able to carry an impressive offensive load based on conventional bombs, guided bombs as the Paveway and air-to-surface missiles. The A-7E was the last version produced for the U.S Navy with an improved operational capabilities and the possibility to use the Harpoon anti-ship missiles and the AGM-88 HARM anti-radiation Missiles.
€16.99
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1:72 AC-130H SPECTRE

The model AC-130H SPECTRE in1/72 scale has a length of about 413 mm. Decals for 3 versions. The Lockheed AC-130 Spectre is an armed tactical support version of the C-130 Hercules. The AC-130 initially replaced AC-47 and AC-119 in the supporting role during the war in Vietnam. USAF used the AC-130 for close support, area interdiction and force protection. Close air support roles include supporting ground troops, escorting convoys, and flying urban operations. Air interdiction missions are conducted against planned targets and targets of opportunity, whereas force protection missions include defending air bases and other facilities. The AC-130 Gunship arrived in South Vietnam on 21 September 1967 and began combat operations that same year. After the conflict in Vietnam, the U.S. Air Force designed a new range of these aircrafts basing on the C-130 H version, equipped with far more powerful engines, with four-blade propellers and upgraded versions of the navigation and night vision. The AC-130H called "Spectre" were used in all the conflicts involving the U.S. Force of the last decade and, after further upgrades, they are still used in the conflict in Afghanistan.
€49.99
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1:72 Antonov An-2

The modell Antonov An-2 in 1/72 scale has a length of about 177 mm. SUPER DECALS SHEET FOR 6 VERSIONS This Soviet – engine utility aircraft has probably been built in larger numbers than any other plane since WWII. The first Antonov AN-2 flew in 1947 and production terminated in 1978. This plane with the NATO codename "Colt" can carry up to 14 passengers. Floatplane, agricultural and ski – version soft this bi-plane are exiting too. Over 5000 AN-2’ s were built in the Soviet Union, and several thousand more in China and Poland.
€20.99
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1:72 B-25G MITCHELL

Article number: 510001309 Product: 1:72 B-25G MITCHELL The model B-25G MITCHELL in scale 1/72 has a length o about 224 mm. Decals for 4 versions. The North American B-25 Mitchell was probably one of the best medium bombers of World War II. The first flight of the twin-engine North American plane was done in 1939. Powered by two 1750 HP Wright R-2600 Cyclone engines, the B-25 was characterized by an extraordinary operational flexibility. It took its nickname in honor of General Billy Mitchell considered, in effect, the father and the founder of United States Air Force. From the first versions, used for the main task of medium bomber in level flight, were progressively develop and implement further variations. In particular, following the specific need for a ground attack and close support aircraft, was made the B-25G. It was equipped with a closed nose, instead of the transparent one, with two .50 machine-guns and an heavy 75mm cannon inside which made it a real "piece of flying artillery".
€18.49
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1:72 B-52G Stratofortress

Article number: 500771378 Product:1:72 B-52G Stratofortress Length of the model: 674 mm Decal for one version The B-52 Stratofortress is the most famous long range jet-powered strategic bomber in the aviation history. Produced by the American company Boeing since 1955 it has been, for a long time, a symbol of the Cold War. It has been, for several years, the backbone of the United States Air Force Strategic Air Command. The B-52 has been produced in a significant number of versions that has gradually evolved the successful project to better answer to the changing in operational needs. The "G" version is the most produced B-52 variant and it has been delivered to the S.A.C. wings from the early 60s. It has been characterized by a large number of changes implemented as a more strong structure, the adoption of new avionic systems and, important issue for a strategic bomber, the longer operational range thanks to the increased fuel capacity and the possibility to adopt external fuel tanks. The B-52G took also part in Operation Desert Storm in 1991.
€57.99
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1:72 C-130 E/H Hercules

The model C-130 Hercules E/H in 1/72 scale has a length of about 386 mm. Decals for 5 versions The C-130 is by far the most widely used tactical cargo plane of the last forty years. Notwithstanding its age no real replacement has been built so far. Therefore the four-engine Loockheed Aircraft continues to serve in many different functions with more than fifty Air Forces around the world. Continuous up- dating of its electronic equipment and in some cases stuctural changes of the fuselage are extending the life span of this most successful military cargo aircraft. Its characteristic sturdiness ?and reliability have once again been demonstrated during the Gulf War Operations of Desert Shield and Desert Storm.
€48.99
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1:72 C-130 J Hercules PRM Edition

The model C-130 J Hercules PRM Editition in 1/72 scale has a length of about 410 mm. Decals for 3 versions. While it maintains the familiar lines of the Hercules, a common sight in the worlds skies for decades now, the C-130J has been extensively re-designed. The most visible change lies in the use of two 4700 HP Rolls-Royce (Allison) AE2100D3 engines, with six-blade composite-material propellers that ensure silent running and low fuel consumption. High performance features include an excellent rate of climb and an extended range of action thanks to the new engines. An equally important development is the avionics: the cockpit, in fact, is equipped with new digital instruments and a Head-Up Display that provides the pilot with a constant stream of data without him having to look away from the cockpit window. The C-130J is steadily becoming the standard transport aircraft in many NATO countries, Italy included.
€48.99
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1:72 C-27 J Spartan

Article number: 510001402 Product: 1:72 C-27 J Spartan Length of the model 315 mm SUPER DECALS SHEET & COLORED INSTRUCTION SHEET INCLUDED Alenia’s C-27J Spartan is the updated version of the military transportation aircraft Aeritalia G-222. Two new and powerful turboprop Rolls-Royce AE2100-D2 are capable to bring the Spartan to exceed the Speed of 374 mph. It can transport up to 68 solders, 46 paratroopers or more than 11 tons of equipment. In the MEDEVAC configuration, dedicated to medical operations, it can carry 36 litters and the relative medical staff. The setting of this aircraft includes Head Up Display (HUD), digital cockpit and an advanced avionic systems that allow the aircraft to operate in all-weather conditions. Thanks to its aeronautical and structural characteristics, it has an excellent take-off and landing performances on short, narrow and unprepared runways. In addition to the Italian Air Force, the main operators of the Spartan are several Air Forces as the ones of Australia, Greece, Lituania, Romania and some african countries. It is also used by U.S. Coast Guard and Army.
€49.99
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1:72 CANT.Z 506 Airone Historic Upgrade

The model CANT Z 506 AIRONE "Historic Upgrade" in 1/72 scale has ab length of about 268 mm. FULLY UPGRADE MOULDS Decals in 4 versions Produced by the Italian company C.R.D.A. (Cantieri Riuniti dell'Adriatico), the CANT Z 506 Airone (Heron) was a triple-engine, low-wing floatplane characterized by an extraordinary reliability and robustness. It entered in service in the second half of the ‘30s. D espite the fuselage and the wings based on wooden structures, the Airone was able to operate in very bad weather conditions. It was used by Italian Regia Aeronautica as bomber and long range maritime reconnaissance aircraft. It was also used to perform search and rescue duties on the sea. The good flying performance are proved by the extraordinary longevity. Some "506" examples survived in post-war service until 1960 and they have been used as S.A.R. planes by Italian Air Force.
€31.99
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1:72 DAKOTA Mk. III

Article number: 510001338 Product: 1/72 DAKOTA Mk. III The model 1/72 DAKOTA Mk. III in 1/35 scale has a length of about 272 mm. SUPER DECALS SHEET - COLOURED INSTRUCTION SHEET Decals for 4 versions The twin-engine Douglas DC-3 was definitely one of the most famous transport aircraft of aviation history thanks to its reliability, flexibility and service life. During the Second World War it was developed a version dedicated to military duties: the Douglas C-47 Skytrain. Produced in large numbers by American production plants, was used extensively by the Allies on all fronts. In particular, the C-47s received by British Royal Air Force and Commonwealth Air Forces took the name "Dakota" and they were used for logistic, tactical transports, launch of paratroopers and medical evacuation. Thanks to its two Pratt & Whitney 1,200 HP engines the "Dakota" was able to reach a top speed of 360 Km/h. It had a pay-load of 2,500 Kg or a capacity of 28 troops.
€22.49
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1:72 DOUGLAS C-47 SKYTRAIN

Article number: 510000127 Product: 1/72 Douglas C-47 Skytrain The model Douglas C-47 Skytrain in scale 1/72 has a length of about 270 mm. Decals for 2 versions. The DC-3, the most famous of all transport aeroplanes has become known in nearly every part of the world as DAKOTA. It has been used by pratically every nation from America to the Soviet Union, by both China and all of the allies during World War II. After World War II it was used in the Berlin airlift, in Korea, during the Israeli-Arab conflicts, and finally became famous in its offensive role in Vietnam as the AC-47 GUNSHIP. The principal military version of the DC-3 was the C-47 SKYTRAIN. The C-47 could be fitted either as a trooper, with folding benches or as a heavy freighter.
€18.99
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1:72 DOUGLAS RB 66B "Destroyer"

Article number: 510001375 Product: 1:72 DOUGLAS RB 66B "Destroyer" SUPER DECALS SHEET The twin-engine high swept wing Douglas RB-66 Destroyer entered in service in the mid-50s to equip the USAF photo-reconnaissance squadrons. Derived, as the Douglas B-66 bomber version, from the A-3 Skywarrior, it had adopted a lot of changes compared to the US Navy aircraft. Thanks to the two J71 turbojet engines, the Destroyer was able to reach a max speed of 940 Km/h and guarantee an operative range of 1,800 miles. The equipment for the reconnaissance were installed in the loading bombs bay. A lot of RB-66s had been used by the USAF Squadrons located in Great Britain, Germany and Japan during the escalation of the Cold Wars proving their effectiveness in the intelligence and recon duties. Length of the model: 318 mm
€17.99
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1:72 EF-2000 100th Anniv."Gruppi Caccia"

Article number: 510001406 Product: 1:72 EF-2000 100th Anniv."Gruppi Caccia" Length of the model 222 m The box includes 2 kits and decals for 4 different versions SUPER DECALS SHEET The Eurofighter project, developed from the second half of the 80s by a consortium of European companies, had the aim of realizing an advanced multi-role combat aircraft strongly specialized in interception. The result of the project is the "Typhoon" that is one of the best air superiority fighter in the world. Its aerodynamic design is characterized by canard-delta wings. Thanks to its two Eurojet EJ200 turbofan engines, the Typhoon is able to reach a maximum speed of Mach 2. The on board technology, enhanced by fly-by-wire control system, allows to obtain a great maneuverability in air combat duties. To celebrate the 100 years from the establishment of Italian Air Force fighter Squadrons in First World War, the "Gruppi di Volo" have realised on the modern Typhoons four captivating commemorative liveries.
€28.99
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1:72 F-100F Super Sabre

Article number: 510001398 Product: 1:72 F-100F Super Sabre SUPER DECALS SHEET COLORED INSTRUCTION SHEET Length of the model 199mm The Super Sabre was one of the first supersonic airplanes to enter service with the U.S. Air Force during the fifties. Together with the single-seat version a double-seat version was developed to facilitate the transition and training of pilots of this new aircraft. The F-version was characterized for its extended fuselage to accommodate the second cockpit but had the same basic features as the single seater. During its life span the plane was extensively used in the Vietnam war during the sixties. The twin-seater was used as attack fighter against the North Vietnamese anti-aircraft missiles positions.
€16.99
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1:72 F-104 A/C Starfighter

The model F-104 A/C STARFIGHTER in 1/72 scale has a length of about 231 mm. SUPER DECALS SHEET Decals for 3 versions The supersonic interceptor aircraft F-104 Starfighter was, without doubts, one of the most famous, and longlasting, aircraft in History. The F-104 entered in service in the late ‘50s and served with USAF for a long time. Later on, it has formed the fighter squadrons of several NATO air forces for more than 40 years. F- 104A was the first version and it was used by USAF as supersonic interceptor in opposition to long-range soviet bombers. It entered in service in the late ‘50s. To the improved version, F-104C, was assigned the role of fighter-bombers and it was used during the early stage of Vietnam War. The "Starfighter" was based and developed on an original and unique concept for its time : innovative shape of the plane extremely thin, small, straight mid-mounted, trapezoidal wings, the stabiliator mounted atop the fin, a powerful and reliable General Electric J-79 turbojet engine able to guarantee outstanding supersonic performances.
€16.99
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1:72 F-104 G "Recce"

The model F-104 G Recce in 1/72 scale has a length of about 231 mm. Decals for 3 versions. The Lockheed F-104 Starfighter is one of the most famous fighters in the history of aviation and also one with the longest operational life: its history began at the end of the 50s and ended, for some air forces, in mid 2000s. Its unique airframe, with slender fuselage and very little wing surface, made this aircraft ideal as an interceptor. Thanks to the thrust of its General Electric J79-GE-11A afterburning turbojet engine, it could exceed Mach 2,2 with an excellent rate of climb. But it wasn't very maneuverable and difficult to pilot.The F-104G Starfighter was produced on license by several European aviation industries. From the mid 60s, it became the standard interceptor for many NATO countries including Italy, Germany, Holland, Greece, and Turkey. The armament was basically the same found on previous versions, with a 20mm Vulcan cannon and the option to fit under the wings air-to-air missiles, bombs, or additional fuel tanks to increase the airplane's range.With time, reconnaissance duties were added to the traditional interceptor service. The F-104G was therefore fitted with a dedicated "Orpheus" reconnaissance external pod that gave excellent operational results.
€14.79
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1:72 F-117A STEALTH NIGHTHAWK

The model F-117A STEALTH NIGHTHAWK in 1/72 scale has a length of about 280 mm. Decal for one version. The Lockheed F-117A Nighthawk is the result of a long and very secret development program dating back to the early 1970s. Numerous attempts and tests were conducted to see if an aircraft could be designed to hide from radar observation. The Lockheed U-2 had radar absorging paint.
€14.79
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1:72 F-15C Eagle

Article number: 510001415 Product: 1:72 F-15C Eagle SUPER DECALS SHEET COLORED INSTRUCTION SHEET Length of the model 270 mm The Mc Donnel Douglas F-15 is an all-weather single seat American fighter, developed with the specific goal to gain and maintain air superiority. The F-15 Eagle has been designed during the ‘70s to provide to U.S. Air Force a modern and extremely high performance advanced fighter. The F-15C is representing the more modern version and it is nowadays largely used by U.S. Air Force, U.S. National Guard, and by the Air Forces of several Countries as Japan, Israel, and Saudi Arabia. The F-15 took part to the Gulf War in 1991 and it was able to guarantee the air superiority to Coalition Forces. It has been the most effective fighters with an impressive high number of enemy planes shot down. Armed with a 20mm. M61 gun it can use a wide variety of air-to-air missiles. Thanks to the two powerful Pratt & Whitney F-100 after-burring turbofans engines, the "Eagle" is able to reach the maximum speed of Mach 2.5.
€16.99
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1:72 F-16 C/D Night Falcon

Article number: 510000188 Product: 1/72 F-16 C/D Night Falcon The model F-16 C/D Night Falcon in 1/72 has a length of about 210 mm. This multi-role fighter is produced in the United States and in a European multination programme which includes about 500 planes for Denmark, Norway Holland and Belgium. Egypt, Greece, Israel, Turkey, South Korea, Singapore and several other countries are using this best-selling fighter plane. Our version features a special Nightversion. Decals for 3 versions.
€14.79
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1:72 F-22 Raptor

The model F-22 Raptor in 1/72 scale has a length of about 240 mm. Decal for one version. The F-22 Raptor represents the new air superiority fighter presently under construction for the U.S. Air Force. It will eventually substitute the F-15 Eagles which have been in service since the late seventies. The Raptor design uses the most recent engine technologies to reach super-sonic speed without afterburners. Furthermore it will be equipped with highly sophisticated electronic equipment for its weapons control. The weapons are carried inside the fuselage to avoid radar detection and to improve the planes aerodynamic features.
€18.79
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1:72 F-4 C/D/J Phantom Aces

Article number: 510001371 Product: 1:72 F-4 C/D/J Phantom Aces Length of the model 267 mm The four liveries refer to the following pilots : · Lieutenant-Colonel Jeffrey S.Feinstein · Colonel Charles Barbin « Chuck » DeBellevue · Brigadier General Richard Stephen « Steve » Ritchie · General Officer Robin Olds
€20.99
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1:72 F-5 F Twin Seater

Length of the model: 200 mm SUPER DECALS SHEET FOR 6 VERSIONS Developed in the early seventies from the American company Northrop, as direct evolution of its predecessor, the F-5E Tiger II was characterized by an increased power, a better maneuverability and better air-to-air performance. Its real strength, however, was represented by the low production and maintenance costs compared to a good combat effectiveness. Thanks to its cost / performance ratio the F-5E was chosen to equip the fighter squadrons of several air forces. Among these countries, the Swiss Air Force considered the F-5E suitable to meet the real unique features of which the Alpine Country needed. It was also produced under license by the Helvetic country. From the single-seat F-5E, the two-seat trainer F5-F has been directly derived. Armed with a single M39 gun, it keeps all the main operating features of the single-seat version.
€16.49
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1:72 F-5Tiger"Patrouille Suisse"50thAnni

Article number: 510001395 Product: 1:72 F-5Tiger"Patrouille Suisse"50thAnni Length of the model 201 mm The Northrop F-5 was born in the '60s to meet the needs of many Countries belonging to NATO that required a multi-role fighter simple, low cost and easy to maintain. In the early 70s the improved version, called F-5E Tiger II, has been developed. It was characterized by the adoption of the new General Electric J85 turbo-jet engines able to provide much higher thrust and a better performance. The F-5 Tiger II has a lengthened and enlarged fuselage, more fuel on board able to guarantee a better operating range and an improved avionic system suitable to fulfil the main role of air defence fighter. The main armament is composed by two 20mm. guns, installed in the nose under the cabin, and several hard points, able to carry combinations of air-to-air missiles. The F-5E was a great commercial success. It was also produced under license in South Korea, Taiwan and Switzerland were in 1995 was adopted from the national acrobatic team "Patrouille Suisse".
€15.99
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1:72 FW-189 A-1

Article number: 510001404 Product: 1:72 FW-189 A-1 SUPER DECALS SHEET FOR 4 VERSIONS - COLOR INSTRUCTION SHEET Length of the model 165 mm This unusual twin-engined aircraft - with its double tailfin, extensive wingspan and bubble-like glass Cockpit, ideal for reconnaissance missions and optimum use of on-board photographic equipment - was built by Germany as a tactical reconnaissance aircraft to replace the old Hs-126, built in the 30s. Thanks to robust cell construction the FW-189 was difficult to shoot down: numerous cases of the aircraft making it back to base despite extensive damage were recorded.
€13.99
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1:72 Harrier GR.3 Falklands War

Article number: 510001401 Product: 1:72 Harrier GR.3 Falklands War Length of the model 195 mm The Harrier is probably the most famous aircraft with vertical/short takeoff and landing capabilities of military History. Designed and developed by the British manufacturer Hawker Siddeley in the sixties, it actively participated to the military operations during the Falklands / Malvinas War in 1982. More in detail the Harrier Gr. 3, characterized by the adoption of new features as the nosemounted laser tracker and the integrated electronic countermeasure systems, it was very effective in close support and ground attack missions performed by British Royal Air Force. Armed with two 30 mm guns installed under the fuselage, it was able to carry a significant load of offensive weapons composed by rockets, conventional bombs and laser-guided bombs. Thanks to the possibility to adopt two drop tanks under the wings, the operative range could be increased.
€17.99
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1:72 Hawk T.Mk 1

Article number: 510001396 Product: 1:72 Hawk T.Mk 1 Length of the model 173 mm The Hawk T Mk 1 was developed by Hawker Siddeley, today part of BAE Systems, to equip the Royal Air Force training units in the second half of the 1970’s. The Royal Air Force specific requirement was to have a new updated jet trainer to replace the old Folland Gnat. The advanced-trainer Hawk was characterized by a great maneuverability and thanks to its Rolls-Royce Adour turbofan engine was able to reach the max speed of Mach 0.84. The Hawk T1A, developed on the original Hawk T1 project, intended to replace the Hawker Hunter in the Royal Air Force’s Tactical Weapons Units. In fact the original aircraft has been modified with the adoption of a centerline Aden 30 mm. gun pod and with the possibility to carry AIM-9L Sidewinder air-to-air missiles. Thanks to its good performance and its running cost the Hawk has been used by several air forces all over the World.
€16.99
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1:72 HSS-1 Seabeat

Article number: 510001417 Product: 1:72 HSS-1 Seabeat The helicopter HSS-1 "Seabat" was produced by the American company Sikorsky from the mid-1950s. The Seabat entered in service with the United States Navy to perform anti-submarine mission. The HSS-1 and the utility transport configuration HUS-1 were also used by the United States Marine Corps and Unites States Coast Guard. The HSS-1 is considered the first helicopter A.S.W. (Anti Submarine Warefare), specifically developed for this mission profile, and it adopted modern, for its time, antisom research equipments, depth charges and torpedoes. Thanks to its Wright R-1820 Cyclone piston engine the Seabat was able to reach the max speed of 200 Km / h. It achieved a good commercial success around the World. The "Seabat" was used in many countries and even produced under license.
€12.79
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1:72 IAF-KFIR C2/F-21 Lion

Article number: 510001397 Product: 1:72 IAF-KFIR C2/F-21 Lion Length of the model 217 mm The Kfir is an all-weather multirole combat aircraft produced by the Israel Aircraft Industries. It was mainly based on the French Dassault Mirage III / 5 airframe, but it adopted several improvements as the Israeli-built version of the powerful and reliable General Electric J79 Turbojet engine or a complete new set of avionic equipment. Kfir programme has been originated to develop a more effective version of the IAI Nesher. The Kfir entered in service in 1975 and was assigned to fighter squadrons. However, with the introduction of the new F-15, the reliable and robust Kfir changed its main role and it was used to perform strike missions. It is armed with two 30 mm. guns and it can load several types of missiles, bombs and rocket launchers. During the ‘80s, the United States Navy and the United States Marine Corps leased some examples of Kfir, designed F-21A Lion, to be used in the air combat training activities.
€15.99
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1:72 JAS 39 GRIPEN

Article number: 510001306 Product: 1/72 JAS 39 GRIPEN The model JAS 39 GRIPEN in scale 1/72 has a length of about 200 mm. Decals for 4 versions. The JAS-39 is the new Swedish multi-role fighter presently being delivered to the Air Force. It is under serious consideration by former East-bloc countries, South American countries and others. The Gripen is one of the most recent European fighters. It is competing against the Rafale, the Eurofighter Typhoon and the American F-16s and F-18s of the most recent design. This quite elegant and extremely manoeuvrable aircraft is able to use a vast air-to-air missile arsenal as well as air-to-ground missiles in different roles: interceptor, attack fighter and navy interceptor.
€14.99
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1:72 JU 52/3 m Floatplane

The model Ju 52/3 m ''See''in 1/72 scale has a length of about 262 mm. Decals for 4 versions The JU 52, nicknamend «Aunt Ju» or«iron Anne» because of its sturdy qualities, had a long and glorious career in Germany and many other countries. It was the Lufwaffe’s trasport aircraft during the entire course of World War it, was widedu employed in its seaplane version and played a paramount role in the campaigns in Norway and the Mediterranean. The most important chapter of its wartime career, however, was without doubt the landing on the island of Crete.
€23.49
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1:72 JUNKERS JU-52 3/m "TANTE JU" LH

Article number: 510000150 Product: 1/72 JUNKERS JU-52 3/m TANTE JU LH The model JUNKERS JU-52 3/m TANTE JU LH in 1/72 has a length of about 262 mm. SUPER DECALS SHEET The JU 52, nicknamend «Aunt Ju» or«iron Anne» because of its sturdy qualities, had a long and glorious career in Germany and many other countries. It was the Lufwaffe’s trasport aircraft during the entire course of World War it, was widedu employed in its seaplane version and played a paramount role in the campaigns in Norway and the Mediterranean. The most important chapter of its wartime career, however, was without doubt the landing on the island of Crete. Decals for 4 versions.
€24.99
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1:72 Martin B-57B

Article number: 510001387 Product: 1:72 Martin B-57B Length of the model 277 mm SUPER DECALS SHEET Created to replace the obsolete piston-engined Douglas B-26 Invader, the twin-jet engine tactical bomber B-57 Canberra was produced by US aircrafts company Martin in the 50s. Derived from the British "English Electric Canberra", it was produced in several versions to perform bombing, reconnaissance and electronic warfare duties. In particular, the B-57B, developed for bombing missions, was the main version produced. It was characterized by the adoption of a new cockpit with two crew members arranged in tandem and the under-wing hardpoints able to be armed with a wide range of weapons. The first units produced were armed with eight 12.7 mm machine guns installed within the wings substituted, later on, by four 20 mm cannons. Thanks to its two Wright J65 Jet-engines the Canberra was able to reach the top speed of 520 Knots.
€21.99
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1:72 MB 326

Article number: 510001308 Product: 1/72 MB 326 The model MB 326 in scale 1/72 has a length of about 150 mm. Decals for 5 versions. This small, manageable trainer, used by pilots to make the switch from propeller aircraft to jets, was built for the Italian air force in the late 50s/early 60s. Simple and tough, extremely manageable and easy to fly, it soon became one of the Italian aeronautical industry’s "best sellers", enjoying considerable export success. Several versions of the MB 326 saw service with the Australian and South African air forces. There, as in Italy, it has only recently been replaced by more modern aircraft.
€14.29
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1:72 MB 339A P.A.N 2018 Livery A.M.I.

Article number: 510001418 Product: 1:72 MB 339A P.A.N 2018 Livery A.M.I. SUPER DECALS SHEET COLORED INSTRUCTION SHEET Length of the model 153 mm The 313th Gruppo Addestramento Acrobatico of the Italian Air Force, better known as Pattuglia Acrobatica Nazionale "Frecce Tricolori", is based at the airport of Rivolto, in the northern part of Italy. The "313th" was officially born in 1961 as a very professional and highly specialized aerobatic unit with the purpose to represent, all over the World, the Italian Air Force. At the beginning the team has been equipped with the Canadair CL-13 "Sabre" and, after few years it has been replaced by the glorious Fiat G-91 PAN. Today the "Frecce Tricolori" flies the two-seat fighter-trainer Aermacchi MB 339A/PAN and it is the biggest aerobatic display team in the World, using 10 airplanes. The MB 339 is an advanced single-engine trainer characterized by the low unswept wing, the two small side air intakes and the tandem two-seats cabin. In the PAN configuration, it is equipped with the characteristic smoke generators to perform aerobatic shows.
€15.99
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1:72 MC. 205 Veltro

Article number: 510001227 Product: 1:72 MC. 205 Veltro The model MC. 205 Veltro in scale 1/72 has a length of about 150 mm. Decals for one version. The Macchi MC.205 is a development of the previous MC.202 Folgore, undoubtedly the best fighter plane used by the Italian Air Force during the 2nd World War. This aircraft, with a more powerful engine, offered excellent handling and good speed, although it had limited armament which, however, was increased during production with the addition of two 20 MM cannons. But the limits of Italian industry prevented production from reaching the necessary level for the war action requirements of these aeroplanes, and the quantity of machines delivered to the squadrons was insufficient to influence the overwhelming air-power of the Allies.
€10.79
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1:72 ME 410 "HORNISSE"

The model ME 410 „HORNISSE"in scale 1/72 has a length of about 174 mm. Decals for 3 versions This sleak twin-engine plane is an evolution of the ME-210 which was supposed to substitute the M-110 as a heavy fighter plane. This plan did not materialize due to serious problems with the aircraft’s engines. All of this resulted in a series of modifications which ended with the realization of the Model 410. Yet, despite all the improvements, the airplane inherited some technical problems which made sufficient distribution to all the various Luftwaffe units impossible. Various Hornisse versions were made: reconnaissance, night fighter, attack plane - all of which were not very successful.
€14.29
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1:72 MIG 29A “Fulcrum”

Length of the model: 236 mm SUPER DECALS SHEET Decals for 2 versions The Mikoyan MiG-29 Fulcrum is a twin-engine supersonic air-superiority fighter designed during the’70s to counter new American planes, such as McDonnell Douglas F-15. It entered in service in the Soviet Union Air Force in the early 80s. Thanks to its two Klimov RD-33 afterburning turbofan engines, the Fulcrum is able to reach the maximum speed of Mach 2,2. It is characterized by a very elegant and harmonious aerodynamic profile with a flat and wide fuselage and two vertical tail fins. The Mig 29 is armed with a 30 mm. gun in the port wing root and it can adopt a wide variety of air-to-air missiles ad the AA-8 "Aphid", the AA-10 "Alamo" and the AA-11 "Archer". It is widely used by the Russian Air Force and by the most part of Easter European Countries Air Forces. Among the others it has been adopted by the Indian Air Force
€17.49
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1:72 MIRAGE 2000C

SUPER DECALS SHEET Length of the model: 196 mm The Dassault Mirage 2000C is a single-seat air superiority fighter and it has been a reference point for the French aircraft production. Entered in service in the first part of 80’s, it maintained the typical "delta wing" aerodynamic design but, compared to the previous generation French fighters, the Mirage 2000 has adopted significant technical improvements. Thanks to its SNECMA afterburning turbofan engine, it is able to reach the speed of Mach 2.2. It has a great maneuverability and it can carry a various set of offensive weapons. The Mirage 2000C is often considered the first new generation fighter, produced in Europe, to be entered in operational service. The main user has been the French Armée de l’Air that used the Mirage 2000C during Gulf War on 1991.
€14.99
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1:72 NATO Pilots and Ground Crew

Article number: 510001246 Product: 1/72 NATO Pilots and Ground Crew Content 48 unpainted figure.
€10.49
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1:72 S. 79 Sparviero

Article number: 510001290 Product: 1:72 S. 79 Sparviero The model S.79 Sparviero in scale 1/72 has a length of about225 mm. Decals for one version. This elegant 3-engined aircraft was originally developed by the Italian aeronautical industry in the mid-30s to provide fast postal links with African colonies. Versions of record-breaking speed were soon developed. Its high velocity performance brought it to the World’s attention when it was used in a purely military role as a bomber and when, during World War Two, it was extensively used as a torpedo bomber in the Mediterranean: despite poor defensive weaponry and crew protection, its successes against allied shipping were numerous.
€19.49
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1:72 SR-71 Blackbird

Article number: 510000145 Product: 1/72 SR-71 Blackbird The model SR-71 Blackbird in 1/72 scale has a length of about 450 mm. The SR-71, with its impressive and unorthodox appearance, is the younger sister of the U-2 with the Important difference that it is built to perform its duties at MACH 3.5. U.S. STRATEGIC AIR COMMAND has stated that the BLACKBIRD is still holding the world's speed record. It can cross the United States in less than an.hour. The SR-71s have been used in all the countries of the world, flying over Cuba, China, Vietnam, Middle East etc in times of international tension or of local conflicts, even operating in Okinawa, Thailand and the Philippines. It is today's most sophisticated spy aircraft. Decals for one version.
€34.99
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1:72 Stirling Mk. I

The model STIRLING Mk.I in 1/72 scale has a length of about 369 mm. Decals for 2 versions UPGRADE MOULDS The Short Stirling was the first four-engined British heavy bomber of the Second World War. The design had high wing, four engines and the cabin elevated over the fuselage. The airframe was fully made in metal. Another features that characterised the bomber was the impressive size of the landing gears. The first bombers went to equip the Royal Air Force Bomber Command Squadrons from the end of 1940. The Operational status was reached on January 1941 and the first war mission was dated February 1941 against logistic installation in Rotterdam. Stirling Mk. I was able to carry a significant offensive load of over 6,000 Kg of bombs and was armed with eight 7.7 mm machine guns for defence. However the performance and the reliability of the Stirling was not so impressive and it was replaced, in just two years, by more modern and efficient bombers such as the Halifax and the Lancaster.
€42.99
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1:72 SUKHOI SU-34 "Fullback"

Article number: 510001379 Product: 1:72 SUKHOI SU-34 "Fullback" Length of the model 324 mm NEW DECAL SHEET: Indian and Russian Versions The multirole combat aircraft Sukhoi Su-34, NATO code name "Fullback", is a Russian twin-engine, twinseat able to perform strike, interdiction, ground and naval attack duties. It has been developed, on the reliable design of the fighter Sukhoi Su-27 "Flanker", to replace the swing-wing Sukhoi Su-24 "Fencer". The Su-34 is characterized by the large cabin where the two crew members, the pilot and the navigator/operator of weapons, sit side by side. Thanks to its two powerful Ljul’ka turbofans, the "Fullback" is able to reach the max speed of 2.000 Km/h. It can operate in adverse weather conditions and in very severe environments. It is armed with a 30 mm gun and thanks to its 12 hard points can carry an impressive variety of air-to-surface weapons and air-to-air missiles. The Russian company Sukhoi has also developed a dedicated version for export named Sukhoi Su-32 FN (Fighter Naval). Three specimens were tested by Indian Air Force in 2015.
€17.29
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1:72 SUNDERLAND Mk. I

Article number: 510001302 Product: 1:72 SUNDERLAND Mk. I The model Sunderland Mk.I in scale 1/72 has a length of about 398 mm. 100% NEW MOULDS - PRM & PHOTO-ETCHED FRET INCLUDED - SUPER DECALS FOR 6 VERSIONS The Short Sunderland was one of the most famous seaplanes of World War II. It’s came into service at the end of 1938 to equip the Royal Air Force squadrons of Coastal Command. The Short industrial skills, famous for the production of transport seaplanes during the '30s, allowed to give birth to a robust and reliable aircraft to meet, in a very good way, the maritime reconnaissance and patrol duties. The 1,065 HP four Bristol Pegasus radial engines and the robust hull structure, guarantees good flexibility even for the long range mission even in tough weather conditions. Sunderland, thanks to the offensive load it could carry, consisting of depth charges, was successfully deployed in anti-submarine operations during the "Battle of the Atlantic" revealing, in fact, a good contrast to the "U-boats" of German Kriegsmarine.
€47.99
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1:72 Sunderland Mk.III

Article number: 510001352 Product: 1/72 Sunderland Mk.III The model Sunderland Mk.III in scale 1/72 has a length of about 361 mm. FULLY UPGRADE MOULDS -SUPER DECALS SHEET FOR 6 VERSIONS - COLOR INSTUCTIONS SHEET - CONTAINS PHOTO-ETCHED FRET The Short Sunderland was one of the most famous seaplanes of World War II. It’s came into service at the end of 1938 to equip the Royal Air Force squadrons of Coastal Command. The Sunderland Mark III, introduced on the end of 1941, turned out to be the definitive Sunderland variant, with a huge number of units built. The Mk. III can be considered one of the most effective and successful weapons to counter the German U-Boots threat during the Battle of Atlantic. The flying boat patrol bomber Sunderland Mk III has been decisively improved, compared to the previous versions, with a revised hull configuration and the adoption of new patrol and submarines search equipment. Even the offensive load, which could include bombs, mines and depth charges, has been increased .The reliable 1,065 Hp Bristol Pegasus radial engines guaranteed a top speed of 336 Km/h and a range, essential feature to perform successfully sea patrol and research duties, of 2,800 Km.
€46.99
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1:72 Tornado GR. 1 RAG

Article number: 510001384 Product: 1:72 Tornado GR. 1 RAG The multirole Tornado is a twin-engine combat aircraft with a variable-sweep wing. This kind of aircraft is the result of a joint development project carried out by British, German and Italian companies. Although during its lifetime it has been used for several purposes (ground attack, electronic combat/reconnaissance, interceptor), its main role has always been to perform low-altitude penetrating strike missions. Tornado can load and use a powerful and varied set of offensive weapons. The Tornado baptism of fire took place in 1991 during the Gulf War. The British Royal Air Force Tornado Gr. 1s, deployed on Bahrain and Saudi Arabia air bases, were crucial during "Operation Granby". Length of the model: 232 mm
€13.79
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1:72 XB-70 Valkyrie

The model XB-70 Valkyrie in 1/72 scale has a length of about 790 mm. Decal for one version. In the Cold War era the dream of every strategist was to own a bomber with the load capacity and autonomy of the B-52 able to fly faster than the B-58 and so the B-70 programme came into being. After years on the drawing board, and cutthroat competition between Boeing and North American Aviation, the latter’s design won the heated competition in December 1957, with an order for the first 30 aircraft to be in service by 1965. In 1959, however, it became clear that the still untested B-70 would not survive the new aerial combat scene technology and the programme was cut back to a minimum. Two prototypes were finally constructed, the first of which took to the air in September 1964, and the XB-70 Valkyries showed themselves able to fly at speeds exceeding Mach 3. Today they are considered by many scholars and airplane buffs to be the most beautiful aircraft ever constructed.
€47.99
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1:72 Caproni CA. 311/311M

Article number: 510001390 Product: 1:72 Caproni CA. 311/311M Length of the model 163 mm SUPER DECALS SHEET The Ca.311 was projected as reconnaissance aircraft able to develop also missions as light bombardier and ground attack. The Italian company Officine Caproni realized their Ca. 310, then evolved in the Ca.311; the airplane, with elegant lines, was able to fly at 220 knots and was characterized by an almost entirely clear nose, particularly conceived for the better ground observation. Its armament was constituted from three 7,7 mm machine guns, one in ventral position, one in the Lanciani type revolving turret in dorsal position and one positioned on the left wing. The airplane was also able to transport up to 400 kilograms of bombs in the fuselage. The Ca.311 would have developed his missions from 1940 on all the war fronts: from northern Africa, to the Balkans and to Russia, recording also a certain success among the crews for his manageability and his reliability, despite the limited defensive armament and some problems about the reduced engines power. Several planes would have remained in service for training up to 1945, both with the Regia Aeronautica in the southern Italy and with the Aeronautica Nazionale Repubblicana in the north.
€25.99
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1:72 Douglas A-26 Invader

Article number: 510001358 Product: 1:72 Douglas A-26 Invader The model A-26B Invader in scale 1/72 has a length of about 216 mm. Decals for 2 versions The twin-engine attack aircraft A-26 Invader, designed and manufactured by the American company Douglas, has had an extraordinary long operational life. The first units reached the war front during the Second World War, in 1943, and the latest versions have taken part in all the major conflicts of the '50s and '60s, such as Korea and Indochina, until the Vietnam War. The most produced version was the A-26B characterized by the adoption of heavy weaponry in a "solid" nose equipped with 8 .50 caliber Browning M2 machine guns. Thanks to its reliability and solidity, was possible to install in the nose a wide range of weapons such as 20 mm. guns, 37 mm guns, and a 75mm pack howitzer. The two reliable Pratt & Whitney R-2800 "Double Wasp" 2,000 hp radial engines permitted to A-26 to reach a max speed of 570 Km/h even "fully loaded".
€30.49
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1:72 F-5E Swiss Air Force

Article number: 510001420 Product: 1:72 F-5E Swiss Air Force Length of the model 200 mm EXTRA CATALOGUE Special colors Swiss Air Force (2 version) Developed in the early seventies from the American company Northrop, as direct evolution of its predecessor, the F-5E Tiger II was characterized by an increased power, a better maneuverability and better air-to-air performance. Its real strength, however, was represented by the low production and maintenance costs compared to a good combat effectiveness. Thanks to its cost / performance ratio the F-5E was chosen to equip the fighter squadrons of several air forces. Among these countries, the Swiss Air Force considered the F-5E suitable to meet the real unique features of which the Alpine Country needed. It was also produced under license by the Helvetic country. The F-5 Tiger II is armed with two 20 mm. guns installed in the nose and it can use a wide variety of offensive load on its hardpoints.
€16.99
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1:72 JU-87 B2 STUKA

The model JU-87 B2 STUKA in 1/72 scale has a length of about 154 mm. Decals for 4 versions. The JU-87 Stuka was the standard ground attack plane and dive bomber of the German Air Force at the beginning of WWII. In spite of its mediocre characteristics it achieved considerable fame through the psychological impact it had on the population and on the enemy forces. Never before has such massive employment of aircraft been experienced. The success of the Stukas during the first phase of the war was due to total air supremacy guaranteed by the Luftwaffe fighters which permitted the Stukas to operate without being disturbed by enemy aircraft. During the battle of Britain the myth of the JU-87 was re-dimensioned due to the supremacy of British fighter aircraft. Nevertheless the Stukas operated until the end of the war from the African theater to Russia.
€14.79
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1:72 KA-6D Intruder

Article number: 510001405 Product: 1:72 KA-6D Intruder COLORS INSTRUCTIONS SHEET - SUPER DECALS SHEET FOR 4 VERSIONS Length of the model 230 mm The A-6 Intruder entered service in the mid-60s as ground attack carrier based aircraft to replace the outdated planes as the propeller-driven A-1 Skyraider and the A-3 Skywarrior. The Grumman Corporation developed and designed the A-6A, based on U.S. Navy specifications, a twin jet-engine all-weather medium attack aircraft able to operate from the American aircraft carriers. The "Intruder" was characterized by a sturdy and robust fuselage and for the two seats side by side cabin configuration for the pilot and the weapons officer. To satisfy the U.S. Navy operative Needs to have a tanker aircraft providing aerial refueling support to strike aircrafts, from 1970 the K-A6D version was born. Directly derived from the A-6A airframe, the K-A6D was fitted with an internal hose and reel refueling package and with the adoption of extra underwing pylon tanks.
€19.99
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1:72 MB 339 A

Article number: 510001354 Product: 1:72 MB 339 A The model MB 339 A in scale 1/72 has a length of about 153 mm. SUPER DECALS SHEET FOR 4 VERSIONS Decals for 4 versions The Aermacchi MB-339 was developed as a direct evolution of MB-326. The MB-339 project was in fact based on the main aerodynamic characteristics of its predecessor, enhancing the role of advanced military trainer through the redesign of the forward fuselage to raise the instruction’s seat and to increase visibility. Thanks to its maneuverability, the good operational flexibility, and the possibility to load a wide range of weapons in its hard points under the wings, the MB 339 has also been developed to perform light attack and close support duties. The Italian Air Force is the main user of the MB-339 as advance trainer plane. Furhter more the MB-339 has been used by Argentine Naval Aviation, as light attack fighter, during the Falkland / Malvinas Was in 1982.
€15.29
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1:72 Pierced Steel Planking+accessories

Article number: 510001327 Product: 1/72 Pierced Steel Planking+accessories 100% NEW MOULDS - AIRCRAFT NOT INCLUDED Needed accessories: F Wood 510004673 MF Gun Metal 510004681 F Field Drab 510004708 F Sand 510004720 F Dark Green 510004726 F Olive Drab US Army 510004728
€25.49
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1:72 S.E.5a and Albatros D.III (WWI)

The combo box contains 2 models in 1/72 scale with a length of about 86/102 mm. COMBO BOX Decals for 3 versions The most famous dogfights between biplane fighters on the Western Front, especially during the 1917, were conducted by the German Albatros D III and the British SE 5a. The German Albatros D III was flown by many top German Aces including the "Red Baron" Manfred von Richthofen and Ernst Udet. It was able to reach the top speed of 175 Km/h and was armed with two Spandau machine guns firing through the propeller disc. The rival of Albatros was the Allied fighter S.E. 5a. Although it wasn’t so famous as the Sopwith Camel, it formed the backbone of the British Royal Flying Corp fighter squadrons showing great efficiency. The S.E. 5a was flown by Allied Aces such as Billy Bishop and Edward Mannock. Faster than the Albatros, it was armed with a 7.7 mm Vickers and with the characteristic 7.7 mm Lewis mounted on the upper wing.
€11.99
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