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MiniArt May 2024 News

Mon, 05/13/2024 - 19:47

35400 GERMAN 7.5CM ANTI-TANK GUN PAK 40. MID PROD. WITH FIELD ARTILLERY CREW

35442 GERMAN 3T CARGO TRUCK 3,6-36S. PRITSCHE-NORMAL-TYPE. MILITARY SERVICE

35481 U.S. TANK CHASSIS REPAIR CREW

35660 LATHE MACHINE

35662 GENERATOR PE-95 WITH FUEL TANKS

37062 K-51 RADIO TRUCK WITH TRAILER

48015 P-47D-28RE THUNDERBOLT. FREE FRENCH AIR FORCE

49017 MARSTON MAT. LANDING STRIP

Restock Items:
16007 ROMAN LEGIONARY II CENTURY A.D.
35299 BRITISH SOLDIERS TANK RIDERS. SPECIAL EDITION
48001 P-47D-25RE THUNDERBOLT. ADVANCED KIT

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ICM May 2024 News

Tue, 05/07/2024 - 20:05

1/35 CH-54A Tarhe with Universal Military Pod

1/35 Bergepanther with Pz.Kpfw.IV Turret

1/35 Tank Crew of the Armed Forces of Ukraine

1/48 Bristol Beaufort Mk.I.

1/48 US Aerial Target Drones

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Trumpeter May 2024 News

Sun, 05/05/2024 - 14:50


VBM Freccia
Item No.: 09606 Scale: 1:35

French Navy Helicopter Cruiser Jeanne d’Arc 2008
Item No.: 05635 Scale: 1:350


American LaFrance Eagle Fire Pumper
Item No.: 07445 Scale: 1:72

 

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HobbyBoss May 2024 News

Sun, 05/05/2024 - 13:39

 

 

1:48 Russian MiG-35 ITEM No.: 81787

 

1:48 German Pz.Sfl.Iva Dicker Max ITEM No.: 84835

 

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Italeri Apr 2024 News

Fri, 05/03/2024 - 16:27

1/24 Volvo FH Plat Dak

New Parts

New Fully detailed cabin and interiors – Fully detailed engine and frame – Open or closed driver door – Open or closed radiator grill – Chromed adhesive – Photo etched parts – Rubber tyres – Color Instuction sheet

The Volvo FH III series represents the pinnacle of construction technology from the renowned brand of commercial and industrial vehicles. Its modern and appealing design has been crafted to optimize aerodynamics and minimize fuel consumption to ensure the highest standards of operational efficiency. The cabin, available in various configurations including the “Low Roof” version, has been designed to offer the highest standards of active and passive safety. Additionally, the vehicle is equipped with modern driver assistance systems and risk prevention features. There are numerous customization options available to tailor the vehicle precisely to specific transportation needs. The “tractor” configuration has been designed to be lightweight and rational, ensuring maximum versatility for any application.

1/35 LCM 3

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NEW DECALS SHEET FOR 4 VERSIONS – COLOR INSTRUCTIONS SHEET

The Landing Craft Mechanized (LCM) is arguably the most famous landing craft in history, its profile intimately linked to Allied amphibious operations in World War II, from Anzio to the beaches of Normandy.The LCM-3 variant is certainly one of the most successful and effectively employed. The design was simple and straightforward yet extremely rational. The large front loading ramp allowed for the rapid disembarkation of a fully armed infantry squad as well as a 30-ton medium Sherman tank. The armor was very light, protecting the diesel engine, which enabled the LCM to reach a maximum speed of 8 knots, and the crew required for navigation and close defense, consisting of four men. However, significant was its loading capacity and operational flexibility, which allowed the LCM-3 to carve out an important place in 20th-century military history.

1/35 Sd. Kfz. 167 SturmGeschutz IV

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The Sturmgeschütz IV was developed on the chassis of the Panzer IV medium tank to provide the German army with an assault gun capable of effectively serving as a tank destroyer in the later stages of World War II. The Stug IV was equipped with a Stuk40 75mm L/48 high-velocity gun installed in a casemate, protected by armored mantlet, capable of penetrating the armor of major enemy armored vehicles. Distributed to units in the early months of 1944, it supplemented and often replaced the Stug III assault gun, which had experienced a sudden decrease in production in 1943 due to increasingly frequent Allied bomber raids on German industrial areas. Widely employed, the Stug IV was used by armored units and anti-tank detachments of the Wehrmacht, where, thanks to its low profile, it proved to be particularly difficult to identify.

1/56 Sherman M4 75mm

WWll TANK COLLECTION – 43 PARTS – HIGHLY DETALIED KIT – DECALS FOR 2 VERSIONS

The M4 Sherman medium tank was undoubtedly the most widespread and utilized armored vehicle during the Second World War. The M4 formed the backbone of the American armored forces and was produced in numerous versions and variants. The first model to enter large-scale production was the Sherman M4A1, characterized by its rounded hull and cast turret. Early Shermans were equipped with a 75mm gun, later replaced by a high-velocity 76mm gun. The Sherman M4A1 entered service in 1942 and equipped the armored units of the United States Army in the early months of the war. However, its true strength lay in its design. The Sherman was economical, reliable, and easy to mass-produce.

1/56 Stug III – Sturmhaubitze 105

WWll TANK COLLECTION – 56 PARTS – HIGHLY DETALIED KIT – DECALS FOR 2 VERSIONS – TURRET AND HULL WITH ZIMMERIT – 2 alternative models : STURMGESCHUTZ III or STURMHAUBITZE 105

Born to provide fire support to the German infantry according to the tactical concepts of Blitzkrieg, the SturmGeschütz III evolved during the war into new and more advanced versions with a different mission profile. On the Eastern Front, encounters with the more powerful and innovative Soviet tanks led to an expansion of its role, transitioning from supporting infantry squads to serving as an effective anti-tank armored vehicle. Simple and cost-effective in construction, it was one of the most produced vehicles by German industries until the end of the war. With the introduction of the “G” version specialized in the anti-tank role, the version armed with a 105 mm howitzer (Sturmhaubitze 42) was also introduced.

1/72 Bf 110 C Zerstorer

NEW DECALS EDITION – SUPER DECALS FOR 5 VERSIONS – COLOR ISTRUCTIONS SHEET

FIGURE NOT INCLUDED – CONTAINS 1 MODEL

Alongside the Messerschmitt Bf 109 fighter and the Junkers Ju-87 Stuka dive bomber, the Messerschmitt Bf 110 Zerstörer is considered one of the symbols of the Luftwaffe during the Second World War. The Messerschmitt’s heavy multi-role twin-engine fighter was extensively employed by the German air force during the war and, in its various versions, used to fulfill several operational roles: interceptor, fighter-bomber, reconnaissance, anti-ship aircraft, and night fighter. Its two Daimler-Benz DB 601 engines, capable of delivering 1200 hp, allowed the heavy fighter to reach a maximum speed of 560 km/h. Versions C and D were widely deployed on all fronts from the early stages of the war. Heavily armed with two 20mm cannons, four 7.92mm machine guns, and a rear machine gun for self-defense, it could carry bombs or additional fuel tanks under the wings to increase its operational range.

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Fri, 05/03/2024 - 15:48


Mi-24P Hind-F
Item No.: 05829 Scale: 1:48


T-72M1 MBT
Item No.: 09604 Scale: 1:35


French Light Cruiser Georges Leygues
Item No.: 05375 Scale: 1:350


Leopard2A6M CAN MBT
Item No.: 07193 Scale: 1:72


US M1240 M-ATV MRAP
Item No.: 07413 Scale: 1:72

 

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Fri, 04/19/2024 - 13:11

1:35 PLA 59 Medium Tank ITEM No.: 84548

1:35 V300 90mm Cockerill Gun ITEM No.: 84573

1:700 Olympic ITEM No.: 83421

 

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Hasegawa Apr 2024 News

Fri, 04/12/2024 - 18:57

1/48 F-104 STARFIGHTER (C Version) “VIETNAM WAR 479th Tactical Fighter Wing”
Scale … 1:48
Item no … 07533(07533)
Estimated No. of parts … 143
Category … Modern U.S. Jet Fighter
Size length …367mm width …160mm

Markings
1) U.S.A.F. 479th Tactical Fighter Wing Code: 70928
2) U.S.A.F. 479th Tactical Fighter Wing Code: [70925:Smoke II]

1/72 F-15J EAGLE™ “304SQ NAHA SPECIAL MARKING 2023”
Scale … 1:72
Item no … 02469(02469)
Estimated No. of parts … 140
Category … Modern U.S. Jet Fighter
Size length …267mm width …179mm

Markings
J.A.S.D.F. 9AW 304SQ “304SQ NAHA SPECIAL MARKING 2023” Code: 945 (42-8945) Naha A.B. Dec.,2023

1/200 E-767™ AWACS “Airborne Warning & Control Wing 40th ANNIVERSARY”
Scale … 1:200
Item no … 10860(10860)
Estimated No. of parts … 50
Category … Japanese Airbone Early Warning and Control
Size length …242.5mm width …239mm

Markings
J.A.S.D.F. “Airborne Warning & Control Wing 602SQ 40th anniv.” special marking Code: 501(64-3501) Dec., 2023

1/72 Kawasaki T-4 BLUE IMPULSE “Acro View”
Scale … 1:72
Item no … SP593(52753)
Estimated No. of parts … 67
Category … Japanese Jet Trainer
Size length …181mm width …138mm
*Bonus: A postcard is included.

Markings
J.A.S.D.F. aerobatic team “BLUE IMPULSE” 2023

1/72 Kyushu J7W2 INTERCEPTOR FIGHTER SHINDENKAI “352nd Flying Group”
Scale … 1:72
Item no … 02468(02468)
Estimated No. of parts … 42
Category … WWII Japanese Interceptor
Size length …131mm width …154mm

Markings
1) I.J.N. 352nd N.F.G. Code: 352-90 1947 (Imaginable marking)
2) I.J.N. 352nd N.F.G. Code: 352-97 1947 (Imaginable marking)
3) Luftwaffe Yellow-14 1947 (Imaginable marking)

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Wed, 04/10/2024 - 12:39

1/12 Fiat 500 F Upgraded Edition

IMPROVED DOOR HINGES – UPDATED STEERING SYSTEM

Upgraded moulds – Opening hood and trunk – Opened or closed top – Opening doors – Steering wheels – Working suspensions – Rubber tires – Photoetched and chromed parts

The “Nuova 500” was produced by Fiat from 1957 to 1975. It is a real icon on four wheels and one of the symbols of “made in Italy”. Its unique and recognizable design is famous all over the World. When the small car was set up by the Italian car manufacturer, its goal was simple: to introduce on the market at a very affordable price a new compact car able to enlarge the number of potential customers. Furthermore the new car should be easy to drive, even in the city traffic, and provide very low running costs. The “Fiat 500” was released on the market in July 1957 and it was immediately a success. In 1965 was introduced the 500F, the version with the largest number of units produced. Easily recognizable for the front-hinged doors, in line with the new laws, the Fiat 500F adopted several technical and aesthetic improved solutions as the new frame and the wider windscreen. The Fiat 500F is, still today, the most “classic” version of the whole 500 production and it remains in the heart of a huge number of car fans.

1/24 DAF 95 Master Truck
The ‘Concept 95/380’ has been, for some time, the flagship product in the renowned DAF manufacturer’s lineup, representing a further development of the Space Cab series. It was recognized by the market as a significant evolution compared to its predecessors. Indeed, numerous technical and aesthetic improvements were developed and adopted, greatly appreciated by users of road industrial vehicles, especially for long-haul journeys. The soundproof cabin and advanced shock absorbers for the time provided top-of-the-market onboard comfort, and the powerful 6-cylinder ATI (Advanced Turbo Intercooling) engine ensured good performance with a particular focus on operating costs.

1/35 Pz.Kpfw. VI Tiger I Ausf. E late production

LINK-AND-LENGTH TRACKS OR GLUABLE RUBBER TRUCKS – DECALS SHEET FOR 4 VERSIONS – COLOR INSTRUCTION SHEET

The Panzerkampfwagen VI Ausf. Tiger I is undoubtedly one of the most famous tanks of World War II. It was developed to provide the armored divisions of the Wehrmacht with a heavily armored and heavily armed tank to complement the more common medium tanks, Panzer III and Panzer IV, which were no longer effectively countering enemy tanks. Its primary armament consisted of the renowned and lethal long-barreled 88mm KwK 36 L/56 anti-tank gun. Installed in the turret and protected by a heavy 120mm shielding, it could penetrate the armor of any contemporary enemy vehicle even at long distances. Deployed on all major theatres of operation, it played an active role in German military operations in Normandy and the Western Front. Despite facing issues of reliability and deployment, the heavy tank, when operated by skilled crews, was always greatly feared by the Allied forces.

1/56 Panther Sd.Kfz.171 Ausf. A

WWll TANK COLLECTION – 40 PARTS – HIGHLY DETALIED KIT – DECALS FOR 2 VERSIONS – TURRET AND HULL WITH ZIMMERIT – FIGURE INCLUDED

The Panzerkampfwagen V “Panther” is widely recognised as one of the best tanks that was produced during World War 2. It was deployed as a direct response to the Soviet T-34 and KV-1 tanks on the Eastern Front, which were superior to both the Panzer III and Panzer IV in terms of performance and armaments. Powered by a 700 horsepower V-12 Mayback engine, it was armed with the 75 mm KwK 42 high speed gun which was a very effective anti-tank weapon. The Panther was designed with optimal armor protection, including inclined front armor. Its overall mobility, speed and armaments made the Panther one of the leading tanks of the period, and ensured its deployment on all of the main operational fronts, from the East through Italy and France.

1/56 M8/M20

WWll TANK COLLECTION – 74 PARTS – HIGHLY DETALIED KIT – DECALS FOR 2 VERSIONS – 2 ALTERNATIVE MODELS: M8 – M20 – FIGURE INCLUDED

At the beginning of World War II, the U.S. Army had lightweight and lightly armed vehicles, called “scout cars,” for advanced reconnaissance activities. Developed during the war, the M-8 Greyhound armored car, characterized by increased protection and heavier armament, represented a turning point for the American army. The vehicle provided greater operational flexibility and could be more effectively used to support ground troops thanks to the 37mm cannon installed in the turret. First used on the Italian front, from Monte Cassino to Anzio, it later participated in the D-Day operations in June 1944. Although the terrain in Normandy proved challenging and demanding during the initial phases of the operation, later on the M-8 was particularly appreciated for its speed of movement and versatility in deployment. The M-20 version was developed from the M8 version for Military Police duties and command vehicle roles.

1/72 FW 190 D-9

NEW DECALS EDITION: SUPER DECALS SHEET FOR 6 VERSIONS – COLOR INSTRUCTION SHEET

FIGURIE INCLUDED – CONTAINS 1 MODEL

The Focke-Wulf Fw 190 was one of the best aircraft produced during World War II. Manufactured in more than 20,000 units starting from 1941, it was, alongside the Messerschmitt Bf 109, the most renowned fighter aircraft of the Luftwaffe. In its early versions, such as the Focke-Wulf Fw 190 A-8, the fighter was equipped with a BMW 801 D-2 double-row radial engine with 14 cylinders, delivering 1,700 horsepower, enabling it to reach a top speed of 653 km/h. Over time, designers capitalized on the successful aerodynamic structure of the aircraft, achieving what can be considered its ultimate evolution. The adoption of the powerful liquid-cooled Junkers Jumo 213 12-cylinder engine necessitated a revision of the aircraft’s design, resulting in an elongated nose. The D version was aptly nicknamed by Luftwaffe pilots as “Langnasen-Dora” (Long-nose Dora), but once in flight, they immediately appreciated its characteristics and capabilities. The FW-190D was indeed capable of competing on equal terms with the most modern Allied fighters, such as the renowned P-51D Mustang.

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Eduard Apr 2024 News

Mon, 04/08/2024 - 19:27

MiG-21PFM 1/48
Cat.No.: 8237

The ProfiPACK edition kit of Soviet Cold War jet aircraft MiG-21PFM in 1/48 scale.

plastic parts: Eduard
marking options: 5
decals: Eduard
PE parts: pre-painted
painting mask: yes
resin parts: no

F4F-4 Wildcat late 1/48
Cat.No.: 82203

The ProfiPACK edition kit of the US carrier based WWII fighter plane F4F-4 Wildcat late in 1/48 scale.
From the kit it is possible to build Wildcats of the US Navy operating in the Atlantic and Pacific and also a fighter from the US Marine Corps.

plastic parts: Eduard
marking options: 6
decals: Eduard
PE parts: pre-painted
painting mask: yes
resin parts: no

F6F-5 1/72
Cat.No.: 7077
The ProfiPACK edition kit of US carrier based WWII fighter plane F6F-5 Hellcat in 1/72 scale.
plastic parts: Eduard
marking options: 4
decals: Eduard
PE parts: pre-painted
painting mask: yes
resin parts: no

GUSTAV pt. 2 DUAL COMBO 1/72
Cat.No.: 2145

The Limited edition of the kit of the famous German WWII fighter aircraft Bf 109G in 1/72 scale.
The kit offers aircraft of G-6 late and G-14 versions.
Marking selection covers all fronts of WWII where these “Gustavs” were fighting including airplanes from the Ilmavoimat (Finish Air Force), Italian Aeronautica Nazionale Repubblicana and Hungarian Air Force (Magyar Királyi Honvéd Légierő).

plastic parts: Eduard
marking options: 10
decals: Eduard
PE parts: pre-painted
painting mask: yes
resin parts: no

Fokker E. III 1/48
Cat.No.: 8419

The Weekend edition kit of German WWI fighter aircraft Fokker E.III in 1/48 scale.

plastic parts: Eduard
marking options: 4
decals: Eduard
PE parts: no
painting mask: no
resin parts: no

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ICM Apr 2024 News

Sat, 04/06/2024 - 16:41

1/24 Model A Standard Phaeton Soft Top (1930s)
American Passenger Car

In the 1920s, American entrepreneur and car designer Henry Ford began developing a new car model to replace the famous Ford Model T, which had been produced for 18 years. According to legend, the first drawing of the future car was made by Henry Ford’s son, Edsel. At least, it was he who made sketches of the design options for the radiator and the car dashboard. The first copy of the new car, designated as the Ford Model A, was produced on October 20, 1927, and mass production began in December of the same year. During the production run, Ford made changes to the design of the car, the main of which were associated with the installation of a body with more space and improving its appearance. Cars produced after 1930 had a modified outside radiator, a new shape of the front wheel wings, and reduced wheels. Buyers were offered a large number of different options, among which it was possible to choose different types of body: coupe, convertible, sedan, phaeton, roadster, pickup, and others. Production of the Ford Model A ceased in 1931. A total of 4,849,340 Ford Model A models were produced in all variants.

1/35 ‘Kozak-2’ State Border Guard Service of Ukraine
The ‘Kozak-2’ armored car, belonging to the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine, was developed by the Ukrainian enterprise ‘Scientific and Production Association ‘Praktika” in 2009. Initially, a prototype named the SRM-1 ‘Kozak’ was produced, but mass production was not initiated at that time due to several reasons. Subsequently, in 2014, specialists from Praktika began designing a new armored car based on the Kozak SRM-1, using the Iveco Eurocargo chassis. By spring 2015, the Kozak-2 variant was introduced. This armored vehicle falls into the MRAP class of combat vehicles, designed to protect the crew from mines and ambushes. Its functionalities include patrolling, vehicle escorting, communications, and providing fire support for personnel in battle. The crew is protected by armor from small arms fire with a caliber of 7.62 mm, ammunition fragments, and mines. The vehicle is equipped with anti-traumatic seats fitted with five-point seat belts for the crew and passengers. The armament options for the Kozak-2 include various types of machine guns. Armored vehicles utilized by the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine are equipped with DShKM heavy machine guns as weaponry. These machine guns are highly effective and can successfully engage even armored vehicles.

1/35 Krankenpanzerwagen
Sd.Kfz.251/8 Ausf.A WWII German Ambulance with Military Medical Personnel

The platoons, companies, and battalions of the Wehrmacht included combat doctors who provided direct medical assistance to the wounded. Infantry companies also had individual non-commissioned officers of the medical service, and at the battalion level, a military doctor (Assistenzarzt or Oberarzt) was responsible for centralized medical care. Wehrmacht combat doctors were also responsible for evacuating the wounded to first aid points or collection points. Armored transporters could be used for evacuation, one of which was a special medical armored personnel carrier designated as the Sd.Kfz.251/8 or ‘Krankenpanzerwagen.’ This armored personnel carrier could carry various numbers of wounded, for which it had special stretchers and seats inside. Additionally, semicircular rails were installed on top of the hull for an awning to protect from the weather. Armored medical transporters were part of the headquarters company (Stabskompanie). For visual differentiation from standard vehicles, these transporters had large signs with a red medical cross.

1/48 Japanese pilots and Ground Personnel WWII
The aviation of Imperial Japan during World War II were organizationally part of the ground forces and navy. In 1940, the army’s aviation units numbered 36 fighter, 50 bomber, and 29 reconnaissance squadrons, and their personnel numbered 33,000 officers and lower ranks. The functions of army aviation included providing support for ground units and combating enemy aircraft. Structurally, it consisted of five air armies, each with a specific combat area. For better coordination between the Army and Air Force, at each of the theaters of operations, the air units were subordinated to the respective ground command. The uniform of Japanese Air Force personnel mirrored that of the army, with certain elements of clothing in blue. The special flight uniforms for Japanese pilots were divided into summer and winter attire, with military rank insignias worn on the sleeves or chest.

1/48 M8A1 US Landing Mat
To quickly build temporary runways, US engineering services built various options for the airfield. Aerodrome steel plates were M8A1 used in the Vietnam War in the second half of the 1960s and early 1970s and were installed by engineering units of the US Army. Plates were connected to each other either staggered or in a row and allowed to build either separate small sites or airfields of impressive size. Most often, such coatings were used in army aviation. Various aircraft could be based on the sites created in this way, for example, combat helicopters AN-1Q Cobra, light attack aircraft, and observation aircraft OV-10A Bronco or O-2 Skymaster. Also on such sites were operated well-known B-26K Counter Invader.

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MiniArt Apr 2024 News

Fri, 04/05/2024 - 18:22

35425 M3 STUART LIGHT TANK, INITIAL PROD.

35465 PANZER CREW 1943-1945

37095 IRAQI T-55 AL FAW/ENIGMA. SOVIET MADE BASE.

38066 TEMPO A400 LIEFERWAGEN. BAKERY VAN

49005 SCAFFOLDINGS

72106 STURMGESCHUTZ III AUSF. G. APRIL 1943 ALKETT PROD.

Restock Items:

16006 PREATORIAN GUARDSMAN II CENTURY A.D.
35332 BRITISH TANK CREW. SPECIAL EDITION

Back to stock items:

35253 Panzerfaust 30/60 Set
35221 Pz.Kpfw.3 Ausf.B w/Crew
35195 U.S. Army Bulldezer
35331 Maybach HL 120 Engine for Panzer III/IV Family w/Repair Crew
35584 East European Home Stuff
35261 Soviet Ammo Boxes w/Shells
37017 T-54A Soviet Medium
37007 T-54-3 Mod. 1951 Interior Kit

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Special Hobby Mar 2024 News

Sat, 03/30/2024 - 15:43

Tachikawa Ki-54 Hickory ‘Captured and Post War Service’ 1/72
The Hickory was a Japanese WW2 twin-engined aircraft produced in four versions, for pilots, wireless operators and navigators training, gunnery training, a transport verison and anti-submarine operations type. Our kit comes on four styrene sprues and one with clear injected parts.
This boxing portrays captured machines. One as flown by US pilots bearing a nose art and dubbed Lemon, a French machine operated in French Indochina (Vietnam) and a North Korean machine, recaptured by US troops during the Korea War.
– the Ki-54 has never been kitted in styrene format before.
– decals for machines with interesting history
– paint masks also available

P-40F/L Warhawk ‘Desert Hawks with Merlin’ 1/72
The P-40 Warhawk / Kittyhawk fighter aircraft were an important part of the USAAF and other allied air forces throughout the war. In many various subtypes, the P-40s fought on all WW2 battlefields. And so, they beared national markings of many forces and were finished in many various and interesting colour schemes.
The P-40F and L airframes differ from other P-40 versions by the power plant as they were the only ones fitted with the British RR Merlin. They were deployed in Africa, Italy and the Pacific. The most famous these Fs and Ls became during the Torch Allied landing in Africa.
Our older kit set is now reboxed with a new sheet of decals offering markings for three airframes. Two of them with US markings, the third one as flown by the British.

SIAI-Marchetti SF-260EA/D/EU ‘ Late Bulged Canopy Type’ 1/72

The SF-260 is an Italian training, sports and aerobatic aircraft which can be found all around the globe. In Europe, it served with the Irish Air Corps and is still being used by the air forces of Belgium and Italy. The type was gradually developed and upgraded, so the latest versions differ to some extent from the earlier ones. The main difference is rather obvious, it is the more bulged rear-sliding canopy with different style of its framing. This change is most possibly caused by the ever increasing height of the pilots.
Our model of the later version differs from our earlier release no. SH72418 by having this new clear sprue with the larger canopy. The decal sheet brings markings for an Italian machine with nose art on either side of the fuselage, then a Belgian machine and also two eye-catching machines as flown in Latin America – an aluminium lacquer overall machine from Venezuela and white SF-260 from Uruguay with dayglo orange trim.

Interesting paint schemes
Quality of the model highly exceeds that of models produced by other companies
Spray masks to be available shortly

Humber LRC Mk.2 1/48

The Humber is a British armoured vehicle used during WW2 mainly in reconnaissance missions, which also suggested by the LRC abbreviation – Light Reconnaissance Car. It employed the 4×2 drive chassis and was equipped with the Boys anti-tank rifle and a turret with a machine gun. The car was used by Commonwealth units in Western Europe, Africa, Italy and India. Our finely detailed resin cast model comes with 3D-printed parts, a fret of etches and decals catering for a single British example.

60 cm Flak Scheinwerfer (Flak Sw-36) mit Sd.Ah.51 / Světlomet 60N s vlekem 1/48

The German WW2 60cm-diameter searchlight that was used both by the Luftwaffe and Wehrmacht to illuminate the night skies during air raids and airfield runways to allow for safe landings. This searchlight is already on offer in 1/72 scale (model MV130) and now it has been scaled up to 1/48 and improved with better detail allowed by the larger scale. The complete kit, including the Sd.Ah.51 transport cart is made by direct 3D print. The assembled searchlight can be placed on the cart and put back as the modeller prefers. The full scale searchlight was also used by the Czechoslovak Army after the war, designated Svetlomet 60N.

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