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Wukong Impulse Gundam & Sanzang Strike - BANDAI 5065698 (93187) NEW
SKU BAND-5065698
Brand BANDAI
Scale: Without scale
Period: Modern
Type: Serie TV/Anime
Category Kit

Kit SDW Heroes Revival of the Heroes! Wukong Impulse Gundam (Childhood Ver.) & Sanzang Strike Freedom - Gundam Set.

 
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North American B-25C/D Mitchell 1/72 - AIRFIX A06015A NEW
SKU AX06015A
Brand AIRFIX
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

Kit aereo bombardiere statunitense North American B-25C/D Mitchell in scala 1/72 - Modello Airfix.Il North American B-25C/D Mitchell era una variante del bombardiere medio statunitense North American B-25 Mitchell utilizzato durante la Seconda Guerra Mondiale. Questo aereo era una versione migliorata del modello B-25B e presentava alcune differenze significative rispetto alle varianti precedenti.Ecco alcune caratteristiche principali del North American B-25C/D Mitchell:Design: Il B-25C/D era un bombardiere medio bimotore con ala media e fusoliera di dimensioni relativamente grandi. Era caratterizzato da una struttura robusta e una configurazione a cabina a due posti con doppi comandi per il pilota e il copilota.Armamento: Il carico bellico del B-25C/D variava a seconda delle missioni, ma solitamente comprendeva una combinazione di bombe incendiarie, bombe esplosive e munizioni contraeree. Era dotato di torrette difensive superiori e ventrali, nonché di mitragliatrici fisse nel muso dell'aereo.Motori: Questa variante era equipaggiata con due motori radiali Wright R-2600 Cyclone a 14 cilindri, che fornivano una potenza significativamente maggiore rispetto ai motori delle varianti precedenti. Questo miglioramento consentiva una maggiore capacità di carico e un migliore rendimento in volo.Utilizzo: Il B-25C/D Mitchell fu ampiamente utilizzato durante la Seconda Guerra Mondiale dalla United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) e da altre forze aeree alleate. Svolse un ruolo significativo in varie operazioni di bombardamento strategico, supporto tattico e ricognizione in diversi teatri di guerra.Eredità: Il B-25C/D Mitchell è stato uno degli aerei da bombardamento più importanti e versatili della Seconda Guerra Mondiale. La sua combinazione di potenza, manovrabilità e capacità di carico lo ha reso uno strumento prezioso per la conduzione di missioni tattiche e strategiche.Complessivamente, il North American B-25C/D Mitchell era una variante significativa del famoso bombardiere medio, contribuendo in modo significativo agli sforzi bellici alleati durante la Seconda Guerra Mondiale e lasciando un'impronta indelebile nella storia dell'aviazione militare. 

 
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Muramasa Seishuusengo - GOOD SMILE COMPANY NEW
SKU GSC-90267
Brand GOOD SMILE COMPANY
Scale: Without scale
Nation: Spazio
Period: Modern
Type: Serie TV/Anime
Category Kit

Demone Full Metal: Muramasa Seishuusengo Uemon-no-jou Muramasa di terza generazione.Figura da assemblare, misura circa 16 cm con accessori. Non necessita di verniciatura ma può essere personalizzato a piacimento!

 
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Gloster Meteor F 8 - 1/48 - AIRFIX A09182A NEW
SKU AX09182A
Brand AIRFIX
Scale: 1/48
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: Dopoguerra
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

Kit aereo da caccia britannico Gloster Meteor F.8 in scala 1/48 - Modello Airfix.Il Gloster Meteor F.8 era un aereo da caccia britannico prodotto dalla Gloster Aircraft Company durante gli anni '50. Era una delle varianti del Gloster Meteor, il primo aereo da caccia a reazione operativo della Royal Air Force (RAF) britannica durante la Seconda Guerra Mondiale.Ecco alcune caratteristiche principali del Gloster Meteor F.8:Design: Il Meteor F.8 era un aereo da caccia a reazione monoposto con ali a freccia e una fusoliera relativamente snella. Era dotato di un'ala di tipo "a freccia", che forniva una buona manovrabilità e stabilità in volo.Armamento: Era equipaggiato con quattro cannoni Hispano Mk V da 20 mm montati nel muso dell'aereo. Questo armamento gli conferiva una potente capacità di fuoco contro i velivoli nemici.Motore: Il Meteor F.8 era spinto da due motori a reazione Rolls-Royce Derwent 8, che gli conferivano una velocità massima di circa Mach 0.85 e un'autonomia di volo di circa 1.500 chilometri.Utilizzo: Il Gloster Meteor F.8 è stato utilizzato principalmente dalla Royal Air Force britannica come aereo da caccia di prima linea durante gli anni '50. Ha partecipato a varie operazioni militari e missioni di difesa aerea durante quel periodo.Eredità: Il Gloster Meteor F.8 ha rappresentato un importante passo avanti nell'aviazione militare britannica, contribuendo allo sviluppo e all'adozione degli aerei da caccia a reazione. Pur essendo stato superato in prestazioni da aerei successivi, ha svolto un ruolo significativo nella storia dell'aviazione come uno dei primi aerei da caccia a reazione operativi al mondo.Complessivamente, il Gloster Meteor F.8 è stato un aereo da caccia a reazione britannico di successo degli anni '50, che ha contribuito all'avanzamento della tecnologia aeronautica e alla difesa aerea del Regno Unito durante quel periodo. 

 
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British Army Mobile Chapel 1/35 - ICM 35586 -15% OFFER NEW
SKU ICM-35586
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/35
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

World War II British Army Mobile Chapel Kit 1/35 Scale - ICM Model.MARKINGS:British Army Mobile Chapel, World War IIChevrolet began producing G506 all-wheel-drive trucks in late 1939. These 1.5-ton trucks were equipped with a 3.9-liter six-cylinder gasoline engine that delivered 83 hp. The military designated these truck models as G7107 (without winch) and G7117 (with winch). Most of these trucks were supplied to the Allies under the loan-lease program. They were used for transporting personnel and cargo, as well as platforms for various equipment.An unusual variant was the British Army's G7117 truck, which was converted into a mobile field chapel for conducting field services. The enclosed body housed a small field altar with necessary service equipment, and space for a harmonium. One such vehicle was observed at the site of British units in North Africa in 1943.

 
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Phu Bai 1968 Combat Base - 1/35 - ICM 53053 -15%
SKU ICM-53056
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/35
Nation: United States of America
Period: Vietnam
Type: Elicotteri
Category Kit

Phu Bai 1968 Phu Bai Combat Base Kit 1/35 scale - ICM model.CH-54A heavy helicopters in Vietnam were used primarily for transport and occasionally to carry M-121 high-explosive bombs. These bombs were modified with an extended front fuse to explode about 3 feet above the ground, effectively eliminating forests for helicopter landing sites.One notable operation involved a CH-54A helicopter from Phu Bai Air Base, also known as Camp Hochmuth, in central Vietnam. The U.S. military began operating this base in 1963, initially as a communications radio station. The base later housed U.S. Marines, paratroopers and special operations forces, and an airstrip was built using steel plates for the M8A1 airfield.At one point, the airfield also housed U.S. Marine Corps aircraft and helicopters. Despite frequent attacks by the Viet Cong, the Phu Bai base remained operational by the U.S. military until late 1972.

 
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Hawker Hurricane Mk IIc 1/48 - ARMA HOBBY 40006 NEW
SKU ARMH-40006
Brand ARMA HOBBY
Scale: 1/48
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

British Hawker Hurricane Mk.IIc "Jubilee" fighter plane kit in 1/48 scale - Hobby Weapon Model. The Hawker Hurricane Mk.IIc was a variant of the famous British Hawker Hurricane fighter plane used during World War II. This variant was an improved and updated version of the Mk.II model, with some significant changes from earlier versions. Here are some main features of the Hawker Hurricane Mk.IIc: Armament: The Mk.IIc was equipped with four 20 mm Browning M2 machine guns mounted in the wings, two on each side. This armament offered greater firepower than previous versions of the Hurricane, enabling it to deal effectively with enemy aircraft. Engine: The Mk.IIc was powered by a liquid-cooled Rolls-Royce Merlin XX or Merlin 27 12-cylinder V-engine, which provided significantly improved power over previous models. This engine enabled the Hurricane Mk.IIc to reach a top speed of about 330 mph (531 km/h). Structure: The structure of the Mk.IIc remained essentially the same as previous versions of the Hurricane, with a welded steel tube fuselage and an aluminum alloy wing structure. The inverted gull wing configuration characteristic of the Hurricane remained unchanged. Usage: The Hawker Hurricane Mk.IIc actively participated in World War II, fighting mainly during the Battle of Britain in 1940 and subsequently in various campaigns in Europe, Africa and Asia. Its versatility and reliability made it one of the RAF's most important fighters during the conflict. Legacy: Although often overshadowed by the more famous Supermarine Spitfire, the Hawker Hurricane played a key role in Britain's air defense and combat operations during World War II. The Mk.IIc contributed to the Hurricane's reputation as one of the most effective and robust fighters of its time. In summary, the Hawker Hurricane Mk.IIc was an improved variant of the famous British fighter aircraft, equipped with more powerful armament and a higher-performance engine, making it a significant threat to enemy aircraft during World War II.

 
 
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Freedom Tiger F-5E Tiger II 1/48 - EDUARD 11182 NEW
SKU EDU-11182
Brand EDUARD
Scale: 1/48
Nation: United States of America
Period: Modern
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

US F-5E supersonic light fighter plane kit in 1/48 scale - Eduard limited edition model. plastic parts: AFV Club marking options: 8 decals: Eduard PE parts: pre-painted paint mask: yes resin parts: yes wheels, RWR antennas The Northrop F-5E Tiger II is a light combat aircraft developed by the US company Northrop in the 1970s. It is an advanced version of the earlier F-5A Freedom Fighter. Here are some key features of the F-5E Tiger II: Design: The F-5E Tiger II has a monoplane type configuration, with arrow-shaped wings and a relatively streamlined fuselage. It is designed primarily for air combat and light ground attack missions. Engine: It is equipped with two General Electric J85 turbofan engines, giving it a top speed of over Mach 1.6 and an operational range of about 833 nautical miles (about 1,544 kilometers). Armament: The Tiger II is equipped with a 20-mm M39A2 cannon and can carry a variety of war payloads on four subalar pylons, including AIM-9 Sidewinder air-to-air missiles and unguided rockets. Avionics: It is equipped with an AN/APQ-159 search radar and an advanced targeting system, giving it target acquisition and tracking capabilities in the air and on the ground. Usage: The F-5E Tiger II has been used by numerous air forces around the world, both as a main combat aircraft and as an aggressor aircraft for training. It is known for its maneuverability, reliability, and relatively low cost, which have made it a popular choice for nations with limited budgets. Overall, the F-5E Tiger II was one of the most popular and successful light fighters of the 1970s and 1980s, and it continues to be used in different variants by numerous air forces around the world.

 
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Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-5 - 1/48 - EDUARD 84118 NEW
SKU EDU-084118
Brand EDUARD
Scale: 1/48
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

German Fw 190A-5 Light Fighter Aircraft Kit - Weekend Edition in 1/48 scale - Eduard Model. The Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-5 "Light Fighter" was a variant of the famous German Fw 190A-5 fighter aircraft used during World War II. This variant featured a number of changes from previous models, mainly aimed at reducing weight and improving the aircraft's performance. Here are some main features of the Fw 190A-5 "Light Fighter": Armament: The Fw 190A-5 "Light Fighter" retained the standard armament of the earlier models, which included two 20 mm MG 151/20 guns mounted in the wings and four 7.92 mm MG 17 machine guns, two mounted in the wings and two in the engine cowl. Reduced weight: To improve performance and maneuverability, the Fw 190A-5 "Light Fighter" was being lightened compared to previous models. This could be achieved by the removal of some non-essential equipment, such as radios or protective panels. Motorization: The Fw 190A-5 "Light Fighter" was powered by a 14-cylinder BMW 801 radial engine, which provided considerable power and excellent performance in terms of speed and climb capability. Usage: This variant of the Fw 190A-5 was primarily employed as a light fighter and air superiority aircraft, capable of dealing effectively with enemy aircraft. Its maneuverability and firepower made it a threat to Allied aircraft. Legacy: The Fw 190A-5 "Light Fighter" contributed to the Focke-Wulf Fw 190's reputation as one of the Luftwaffe's best fighters during World War II. Although the Messerschmitt Bf 109 was Nazi Germany's main fighter, the Fw 190 was prized for its robustness, firepower, and overall performance. In summary, the Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-5 "Light Fighter" was a variant of the famous German fighter, characterized by reduced weight and performance improvements, used mainly for fighter and air superiority tasks during World War II.

 
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Lotus 99T 1/12 - BEEMAX BX12001 NEW
SKU BE12001
Brand BEEMAX
Scale: 1/12
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: Modern
Type: Cars
Category Kit

Lotus 99T '87 Monaco Winner car kit in 1/12 scale - Beemax model.The Lotus 99T is a Formula 1 single-seater built by the Lotus team to compete in the Formula 1 World Championship. The car was used in the 1987 season.Here are some key features of the Lotus 99T:Engine: The 99T was powered by a 1.5-liter Honda RA166E turbo V6 engine. This engine was known for its power and reliability, and it was a key factor in the car's success during the season.Design: The design of the car was influenced by the new technical regulations introduced by the FIA for the 1987 season, which included the elimination of turbocharged engines at the end of the season and the introduction of a ban on in-race refueling. The Lotus 99T incorporated aerodynamic and technological innovations to accommodate these regulations.Drivers: The Lotus 99T was driven by Ayrton Senna and Satoru Nakajima during the 1987 season. Senna achieved several wins and top results with the car.Performance: The Lotus 99T was competitive during the 1987 season, achieving wins and podiums in several races. It was considered one of Lotus' most successful models in Formula 1.Legacy: The Lotus 99T is remembered as one of the most iconic cars in Lotus' Formula 1 history. The car left a mark in the history of the championship, not only for its performance on the track, but also for its importance in the technological evolution of Formula 1.In summary, the Lotus 99T was a successful Formula 1 single-seater, driven by talented drivers such as Ayrton Senna, and contributed to Lotus' history in motorsport.

 
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Grumman FM-1 Wildcat/Martlet Mk V 1/48 - TAMIYA 61126 NEW
SKU TAM-61126
Brand TAMIYA
Scale: 1/48
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

Grumman FM-1 Wildcat/Martlet Mk.V Embarked Fighter Aircraft Kit in 1/48 Scale - Tamiya Model.The Grumman FM-1 Wildcat, also known as the Martlet Mk.V in the British Royal Navy, was a embarked fighter aircraft used mainly by the U.S. Navy during World War II. It was a variant of the Grumman F4F Wildcat and had similar features, but with some modifications and improvements.Here are some key features of the Grumman FM-1 Wildcat / Martlet Mk.V:Motorization: The FM-1 Wildcat was equipped with a Pratt & Whitney R-1830 Twin Wasp radial engine with 1,200 horsepower. This engine provided the machine with good speed and climbing power.Armament: The Wildcat was armed with six Browning M2 12.7 mm machine guns mounted in the wings, three on each side. This armament offered good firepower against enemy aircraft and lightly armored aircraft.Structure: The Wildcat had a strong and durable structure, with a folding wing structure to facilitate stowage and deployment on aircraft carriers. It was able to withstand combat damage and return safely to the carrier.Employment: The Wildcat was widely used during World War II, especially during the early stages of the conflict. It participated in many important naval battles in the Pacific and Atlantic theater.Versions: In addition to the FM-1 version used by the U.S. Navy, the Martlet Mk.V was the equivalent version used by the British Royal Navy. Although similar to the U.S. Wildcat, the Martlet had some minor differences and specific modifications to meet British requirements.Overall, the Grumman FM-1 Wildcat / Martlet Mk.V was a rugged and reliable embarked fighter that played an important role in naval operations during World War II, providing air protection to aircraft carriers and support to amphibious operations.

 
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Thunderbolt P-47D-30RE 1/48 - MINIART 48023 -15% OFFER NEW
SKU MINA48023
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/48
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

Thunderbolt P-47D-30RE fighter-bomber aircraft kit (basic kit) in 1/48 scale - Miniart model. - HIGHLY DETAILED MODEL - CAN BE LAID OPEN AND CLOSED - 3 TYPES OF WHEELS INCLUDED - TRANSPARENT PARTS INCLUDED - DECAL SHEET FOR 2 VARIANTS The P-47D-30RE Thunderbolt, also known simply as the P-47D, is a variant of the famous U.S. Republic P-47 Thunderbolt fighter plane used during World War II. Here is some information about it: Development: The P-47D-30RE is one of the most popular variants of the P-47 Thunderbolt, which saw service during World War II. It was one of the most productive versions of the Thunderbolt. Design: The P-47D-30RE maintained the general configuration of the P-47 Thunderbolt, with straight wings and a single-seat cockpit. It was known for its structural strength and ability to withstand combat damage. Engine: It was equipped with a Pratt & Whitney R-2800 Double Wasp radial engine, which provided considerable power and made it one of the fastest aircraft of its era. Armament: The P-47D-30RE was armed with eight 12.7 mm Browning M2 machine guns mounted in the wings. It also had the ability to carry war loads under the wings, such as bombs or rockets. Role: The P-47D-30RE was primarily used as an escort fighter for Allied bombers during air raids in Europe during World War II. It was also used for ground attack and tactical support missions. Production and Use: The P-47D-30RE was produced in large quantities and saw use in various theaters of war, including the European and Pacific Fronts. It was actively employed by the U.S. Air Force and other allied nations. Success: The P-47 Thunderbolt, including its variants such as the P-47D-30RE, was considered one of the most effective fighter aircraft of World War II. It was known for its ability to withstand combat damage and for its effectiveness in escort and ground attack missions. In summary, the P-47D-30RE Thunderbolt was one of the most important and productive variants of the P-47 Thunderbolt, a powerful and versatile fighter successfully used by Allied forces during World War II.

 
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StuG III Ausf G 1/72 - MINIART 72101 -15% OFFER
SKU MINA72105
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

StuG III Ausf.G kit March 1943 Alkett Prod. in 1/72 scale - Hasegawa model. - HIGHLY DETAILED MODEL - TRANSPARENT PLASTIC PARTS INCLUDED - PHOTOETCHED PARTS INCLUDED - DECAL SHEET FOR 5 OPTIONS The Sturmgeschütz III (StuG III) Ausf.G was a variant of the StuG III assault combat vehicle, a self-propelled artillery vehicle used by the German Army during World War II. "Ausf.G" is an abbreviation of "Ausführung G," meaning "model G" in German. Here are some characteristics of the StuG III Ausf.G: Role: The StuG III was originally designed as an assault combat vehicle, focused on destroying enemy fortifications and supporting troops during infantry operations. Over the course of the war, modifications and variations were made to the StuG III to adapt it to different roles. Armament: The Ausf.G was armed with a 75 mm StuK 40 L/48 main gun, which was effective against enemy tanks and enemy fortifications. The cannon had a barrel length of 48 calibers. Armor: The armor of the StuG III Ausf.G varied in its thickness, but in general, it was designed to provide protection against the most common enemy weapons of the time. Engine: The StuG III Ausf.G was powered by a Maybach HL 120 TRM gasoline engine that provided the necessary power for the vehicle's mobility. Crew: The crew of the StuG III Ausf.G usually consisted of four members: commander, gunner, pilot and gunner. Production and Use: The StuG III Ausf.G was produced in large numbers and saw use on various fronts during World War II, including the Eastern Front and the Western Front. Its versatility and effectiveness made it one of the German Army's most popular self-propelled vehicles. The StuG III Ausf.G proved its effectiveness in troop support operations and against enemy tanks. Its production was remarkably widespread, and the vehicle continued to be used until the end of the war.

 
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MiG-29SMT Fulcrum-F 1/72 - GREAT WALL HOBBY L7214 NEW
SKU GWHL7214
Brand GREAT WALL HOBBIES
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Russia
Period: Modern
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

MiG-29SMT Fulcrum-F fighter aircraft kit in 1/48 scale - Great Wall Hobby model. The MiG-29SMT (Fulcrum-F) is an improved version of Russia's MiG-29 fighter aircraft. The term "Fulcrum" is the NATO code name for the MiG-29. The designation "SMT" stands for "Modernizirovannyy" in Russian, meaning "modernized." Thus, the MiG-29SMT is essentially a modernized version of the MiG-29. Here are some of the main features and modifications associated with the MiG-29SMT: Advanced Avionics: The MiG-29SMT is equipped with an advanced avionics system that includes new radars, improved targeting and navigation systems. Improved Armament: It has the capability to use a wide range of armaments, including air-to-air and air-to-surface missiles. Modernization could also involve the integration of new types of weapons. Additional Fuel Tanks: To extend flight range, the MiG-29SMT may be equipped with additional fuel tanks. Flight Avionics and Display: It is equipped with new flight avionics systems, multifunction displays and improved communication systems. Multirole Capability: The modernization of the MiG-29SMT aims to give the aircraft a greater multirole capability, enabling it to deal with both air superiority and ground attack missions. NATO Compatibility: In some cases, modernized versions such as the MiG-29SMT can be equipped with systems that enable communication and interoperability with NATO equipment. Structural Refurbishment: Modernization could also involve structural work to extend the operational life of the aircraft. The MiG-29SMT was developed to improve the operational and combat capabilities of the original MiG-29. It is designed to meet the requirements of the Russian Air Force and other international customers who use the MiG-29 and seek to improve the performance and effectiveness of their aircraft fleet.

 
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Breuer IV 1/35 - AK INTERACTIVE 35008
SKU AK-35008
Brand AK INTERACTIVE
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Trains
Category Kit

Breuer locomotive kit IV Railway diverter in 1/35 scale - AK INTERACTIVE model.

 
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Custer - The Last Hunt 1/72 - LUCKY TOYS TL0003 NEW
SKU TL0003
Brand LUCKY TOYS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United States of America
Period: XIX Secolo
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

Custer - The Last Hunt in 1/72 scale - Lucky Toys figurine set.

 
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SM 79 SPARROWHAWK 1/48 - EDUARD 11179
SKU EDU-11179
Brand EDUARD
Scale: 1/48
Nation: Italy
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

Italian SM.79 Sparviero medium tri-engine bomber aircraft kit in 1/48 scale - Eduard limited edition Heavy Retro model.plastic parts: Hobby specialmarking options: 6decals: EduardPE parts: pre-paintedpictorial mask: yesresin parts: yes cockpit, wheels, spinner, propeller, engines, exhausts, etc.The SM.79 Sparviero was an Italian three-engine bomber developed by SIAI-Marchetti during the 1930s. The SM.79 was one of the most well-known and successful airplanes used by the Italian Air Force during World War II. Here are some key features of the SM.79 Sparrowhawk:Development and Production:Development of the SM.79 began in the early 1930s, and its first flight occurred in 1934. It was produced by the SIAI-Marchetti company, and the aircraft became known by the name Sparviero, which means "sparrowhawk" in Italian.Configuration:The SM.79 was a three-engine monoplane with a low-wing configuration. Its fuselage shape was rather slender, and the plane had an enclosed cockpit.Operational Roles:Initially designed as a bomber, the SM.79 also became known for its versatility. It was used in various versions, including bomber, torpedo bomber and troop carrier.Propulsion:The initial version of the SM.79 was equipped with three Alfa Romeo 125 RC.35 radial engines of 650 horsepower each.Armament:The SM.79's defensive armament varied depending on the version, but usually included machine guns mounted in defensive emplacements on the fuselage and in the tail of the aircraft.Operations during World War II:The SM.79 saw extensive use during World War II and participated in numerous campaigns, including North Africa, the Balkans and the Eastern Front. It was employed by both the Italian Regia Aeronautica and the air forces of other Axis allies.Aerosilurants:One of the most famous versions of the SM.79 was the aerosilurant version, which was successfully used against enemy naval forces, especially during the Battle of the Mediterranean.Nickname "Hunchback Cursed":The SM.79 earned the nickname "Cursed Hunchback" because of its characteristic dorsal hump, caused by the shape of the fuselage to accommodate the bomb load or aerosilurant.Despite some limitations and the passage of time, the SM.79 Sparrowhawk was one of Italy's most successful warplanes during World War II, contributing in various roles and theaters of operation.

 
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1000 SHOTS OF WAR NEW
SKU NVE-1000
Brand NICOLA VIRGILIO EDITORE
Nation: Italy
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Books

Book 1000 SHOTS OF WAR Sciaccia 1940-1943 - The Ghost AirportBy Nicola Virgilio

 
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Messerschmitt Me-109K-4 - 1/48 - EDUARD 84197
SKU EDU-084197
Brand EDUARD
Scale: 1/48
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

World War II German Bf 109K-4 fighter aircraft kit in 1/48 scale - Eduard Weekend Edition model.plastic parts: Eduardmarking options: 4decals: EduardPE parts: nopaint mask: noresin parts: noThe Messerschmitt Bf 109K-4 was one of the last variants of the famous German Messerschmitt Bf 109 fighter aircraft used during World War II. The designation "K-4" indicates that it was an advanced version of the Bf 109 series, developed to improve the aircraft's performance.Here are some key features of the Bf 109K-4:Engine:The Bf 109K-4 was powered by a Daimler-Benz DB 605DCM engine, which provided significant power. This engine was an improved version of the DB 605, and was optimized for high altitudes.Armament:The standard armament of the Bf 109K-4 included two 13-mm MG 131 machine guns mounted above the engine cowl and a 30-mm MK 108 cannon fired through the propeller. This configuration provided considerable firepower.Performance:The Bf 109K-4 was characterized by remarkable performance, with improved top speed and climb capability over previous versions. This made it more competitive with other fighters of the time.Aerodynamic Design:The aircraft's aerodynamic design had been revised to improve flight characteristics at high speeds. This included a redesigned fuselage and a different layout of the tail surfaces.Operational Use:The Bf 109K-4 entered service in the latter stages of World War II and was primarily employed on the Eastern Front and in the Mediterranean theater. However, production began to be challenging due to German logistical difficulties during the final days of the war.The Bf 109K-4 represented an effort to further improve the design of the Bf 109, making it more competitive despite the Allies' increasing air superiority. Although it was an advanced and capable aircraft, it arrived too late in the conflict to make a significant impact. After World War II, the Bf 109K-4 ceased to be used operationally, but some examples have been preserved and are displayed in museums today.

 
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Fairey Gannet AS1/AS4 - 1/48 - AIRFIX A11007 -10%
SKU AX11007
Brand AIRFIX
Scale: 1/48
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: Modern
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

Fairey Gannet AS.1/AS.4 1/48 Scale Fairey Gannet Aircraft Kit - Airfix Model.What's inside:Plastic model kit, instruction sheet, paint layout sheet, and decals.The Fairey Gannet was a maritime patrol and anti-submarine aircraft designed and built by the British company Fairey Aviation during the 1950s. The designation "AS" stands for "Anti-Submarine," indicating its ability to carry out anti-submarine missions.Here is a brief description of the main variants:Fairey Gannet AS.1:This was the first variant of the aircraft, developed primarily as an anti-submarine aircraft to operate from the aircraft carrier.It was equipped with search radar and a series of sonars to detect and attack submarines.The Gannet AS.1 first flew in 1949.Fairey Gannet AS.4:This variant was an improved version of the AS.1, with improvements in performance and systems.One of the distinguishing features of the AS.4 version was its ability to be employed as an airborne early warning (AEW) radar aircraft, contributing to airborne surveillance and maritime traffic control.The Gannet served in the Fleet Air Arm of the British Royal Navy and other naval air forces. One of the Gannet's most unique features was its "dual contra-rotating propeller" layout, where two propellers were mounted on concentric shafts that turned in opposite directions. This design allowed for better efficiency and control during landing and takeoff from the carrier.The Gannet was retired from service in the 1970s, but it left a significant mark on the history of naval antisubmarine aviation.

 
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M13/40 Command Tank - 1/72 - IBG 72129
SKU IBG-72129
Brand IBG
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Italy
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

M13/40 Command Tank Kit with 8 mm machine guns1/72 scale - IBG Model.The M13/40 Command Tank with 8 mm machine guns was a variant of the Italian M13/40 tank. The designation "Carro Comando" indicates that it was a version used for command and control of troops on the battlefield, while the specification "8 mm machine guns" indicates the type of armament mounted on the variant.Here are some specific characteristics of this variant:Command Role:The Carro Comando version was designed to play a command and control role within a tank formation. Typically, a command wagon would have additional crews on board, including officers and communications operators, to facilitate the management of battlefield operations.8 mm machine guns:The specific armament consisted of 8 mm machine guns. These machine guns, usually placed in defensive positions on the vehicle, could be used for close defense against light enemy troops, to provide fire support, or for self-defense purposes.Armor and Mobility:The armor configuration and mobility were similar to those of the basic M13/40 tank. The armor provided some protection against small-caliber bullets and shrapnel, while mobility depended on the gasoline engine.Participation in World War II:This variant, like the M13/40 tank, was employed primarily during World War II. It was used in various theaters of operation, including fighting in North Africa.Limitations and Successors:Like other Italian armored vehicles of the time, the M13/40 had some limitations in terms of armor and firepower compared to the more advanced tanks of the Allied forces. Later developments, such as the M14/41 and M15/42, attempted to improve some of the M13/40's shortcomings.The M13/40 Command Tank with 8 mm machine guns represents a specialized variant of the Italian tank, suited to battlefield command requirements.

 
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Italian Tankers of World War II 1/72 - MIRAGE HOBBY 720005
SKU MIR-720005
Brand MIRAGE
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Italy
Period: WWII
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

World War II Italian tank crews in 1/72 scale - Mirage Hobby Figurine Set.The set contains 5 characters of World War II Italian tank crews- Italian armored officer in tropical uniform; Italian tank commander; Italian tank loader; Italian tank driver; Italian tank gunner.The set also includes additional accessories:- Water/gasoline canister (RE Regio Esercito); 12 Italian Mk.35 hand grenades (Breda mod. 35 hand grenades); Wooden grenade box; Breda 38 - Italian 8 mm machine gun with magazines; Ammunition for Italian 47 mm guns.The model was fully developed using high-quality 3D printing technology.

 
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Italian Truck 3Ro 1/35 - IBG 35065
SKU IBG-35065
Brand IBG
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Italy
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

Italian 3Ro truck kit with 100 mm howitzer and crew in 1/35 scale - IBG Model. The Italian 3Ro truck is a military vehicle produced during World War II, employed by the Italian army. It was one of the standard trucks of the Italian army during that period. Here are some key features: Role: The 3Ro truck was a military vehicle used to transport troops, materials and equipment. It was used in logistical and support operations on the battlefield. Produced by Fiat: The 3Ro was produced by Fiat, one of Italy's leading automakers. The designation "3Ro" was part of the nomenclature used to identify the military vehicles produced by Fiat during World War II. Cargo Capacity: The vehicle had a considerable cargo capacity, which made it suitable for transporting troops or military materials over variable terrain. Traction: The 3Ro had a 6x4 traction, meaning it had six total wheels with four of them being used for traction. This contributed to its ability to move over difficult terrain. Rugged Design: Like many military vehicles of the time, the 3Ro had a rugged and durable design to cope with the harsh conditions of the battlefield. Use during World War II: The 3Ro truck was used extensively by the Italian armed forces during World War II. It was involved in various theaters of operation, including those in North Africa and the Balkans. Post-War: After the end of the war, the 3Ro truck continued to be used in the following decades, both in Italy and in other countries. The Italian 3Ro truck represents an example of a military vehicle used during a crucial period in Italian history. Its production and use played a significant role in Italian army operations during World War II.

 
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P-47D-25RE THUNDERBOLT 1/48 - MINIART 48001 -15% OFFER
SKU MINA48001
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/48
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

P-47D-25RE THUNDERBOLT fighter-bomber aircraft kit in 1/48 scale (ADVANCED KIT) - Model Miniart. - HIGHLY DETAILED PLASTIC MODEL KIT - PHOTOETCHED PARTS INCLUDED - TRANSPARENT PARTS INCLUDED - HATCHES CAN BE MOUNTED IN OPEN OR CLOSED POSITION - 3 TYPES OF WHEELS INCLUDED - ENGINE AND COMBAT COMPARTMENT COMPARTMENT ACCURATELY REPRESENTED IN MODEL - DECAL SHEET FOR 3 VARIANTS The P-47D-25RE Thunderbolt was a U.S. fighter plane employed during World War II. Here is some key information about this aircraft: Fighter Aircraft: The P-47D-25RE Thunderbolt was a straight-wing fighter aircraft produced by the Republic Aviation Corporation. It was also known by the nickname "Jug" or "Juggernaut" and was known for its ruggedness and firepower. Technical Specifications: This specific model of the P-47 was equipped with a 2,300-horsepower Pratt & Whitney R-2800-59 Double Wasp piston engine and a four-blade propeller. It could reach a top speed of about 426 mph (about 686 km/h) and had a flight range of about 800 miles (about 1,287 kilometers). Armament: The P-47D-25RE was well armed and could carry heavy Browning M2 .50-caliber machine guns and air-to-ground rockets. It was also capable of carrying bombs. Role: This aircraft was mainly used for bomber escort missions, air combat and ground attack. Its ability to fly at high altitudes and its firepower made it a fearsome opponent in aerial combat. Large Scale Production: The P-47 Thunderbolt was produced in large quantities during World War II and was primarily used by the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) in various theaters of war, including Europe and the Pacific. Ruggedness: The P-47 was known for its ruggedness and its ability to withstand considerable damage and return to base even when hit. This characteristic contributed to its reputation as one of the most durable fighter aircraft of the war. The P-47D-25RE Thunderbolt represents an important chapter in the history of military aviation during World War II and was a key aircraft for Allied air operations during that period.

 
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F-104S/F-104G Starfighter 1/72 - HASEGAWA D17
SKU HAS-D17
Brand HASEGAWA
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United States of America
Period: Modern
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

F-104S/F-104G Starfighter [Italian Air Force/Fighter Bomber of the Luftwaffe] aircraft kit in 1/72 scale - Hasegawa model.

 
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MINIART 48009 P-47D-25RE THUNDERBOLT -15% OFFER
SKU MINA48009
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/48
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/48 P-47D-25RE THUNDERBOLT HIGHLY DETAILED MODEL THE COVER CAN BE PLACED OPEN AND CLOSED 3 TYPES OF WHEELS INCLUDED TRANSPARENT PARTS INCLUDED DECAL SHEET FOR 2 VARIANTS The P-47D-25RE Thunderbolt was a U.S. fighter plane employed during World War II. Here is some key information about this plane: Fighter Aircraft: The P-47D-25RE Thunderbolt was a straight-wing fighter aircraft produced by the Republic Aviation Corporation. It was also known by the nickname "Jug" or "Juggernaut" and was known for its ruggedness and firepower. Technical Specifications: This specific model of the P-47 was equipped with a 2,300-horsepower Pratt & Whitney R-2800-59 Double Wasp piston engine and a four-bladed propeller. It could reach a top speed of about 426 mph (about 686 km/h) and had a flight range of about 800 miles (about 1,287 kilometers). Armament: The P-47D-25RE was well armed and could carry heavy Browning M2 .50-caliber machine guns and air-to-ground rockets. It was also capable of carrying bombs. Role: This aircraft was mainly used for bomber escort missions, air combat and ground attack. Its ability to fly at high altitude and its firepower made it a fearsome opponent in aerial combat. Large-Scale Production: The P-47 Thunderbolt was produced in large quantities during World War II and was primarily used by the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) in various theaters of war, including Europe and the Pacific. Ruggedness: The P-47 was known for its ruggedness and its ability to withstand considerable damage and return to base even when hit. This characteristic contributed to its reputation as one of the most durable fighter planes of the war. The P-47D-25RE Thunderbolt represents an important chapter in military aviation history during World War II and was a key aircraft for Allied air operations during that period.

 
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K-Verbände Midget Submarines 1/72 - ICM S020 -15% OFFER NEW
SKU ICM-S020
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Submarine
Category Kit

Midget K-Verbände submarine kit in 1/72 scale - ICM model. During World War II, the German Navy created a special K-Verbände (K-Verbände, full name Kleinkampfverbände der Kriegsmarine). Its tasks were to conduct sabotage and assault operations on rivers, at sea and in the coastal zone. The unit consisted of subversive boat units, manned torpedoes, combat swimmers, and various types of mini-submarines. One of these submarines was the single-seat "Molch," designed for operations in the coastal zone. They were equipped with a single electric motor for surface and underwater propulsion, a submersible depth of up to 60 meters, and a maximum speed of 5 knots in the underwater position. The Molch was built at the Deschhimag shipyard in Bremen, with a total of 393 Kriegsmarine units. These submarines were deployed in the Mediterranean and North Sea as part of Compound K. Another type was the "Seehund," which was larger, had better seaworthiness and a two-man crew. They also had two separate engines for surface and submarine operations. By the end of the war, 285 units were built, considered the best type of German ultra-small submarine. After the war, several Seehunds served in the French Navy.

 
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Junkers Ju 88P-1 - 1/48 - ICM 48228 -15% OFFER NEW
SKU ICM-48228
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/48
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

Junkers Ju 88P-1 "Tank Buster" Aircraft Kit, 1/48 Scale - ICM Model.MARKINGS:Ju 88P-1, Rechlin Test Site (Erprobungsstelle Rechlin), 1943Ju 88P-1, Eastern Front, 1943In early 1942, it became apparent to the Luftwaffe command that it was necessary to create an anti-tank aircraft capable of striking the armor of Soviet medium and heavy tanks. In the summer of 1942, the decision was made to convert a small batch of Ju 88A-4 bombers into anti-tank versions, later receiving the designation Ju 88P-1. In the large ventral nacelle of these aircraft was a 75 mm PaK 40L anti-tank gun (also known as BK 7.5) with an electropneumatic loading system; the nacelle in an extreme situation could be launched using pyrotechnic devices. The aircraft's engines were protected by armor. Initially, the nose of the plane remained glazed, like a normal Ju 88A-4 bomber, but test results showed that the glass could not withstand the action of gases during firing. Therefore, the Ju 88P-1 was later modified with a glassless nose section, borrowed from the Ju 88C fighter, and the muzzle brake was also changed. In September 1943, 18 copies of this plane were produced, some of which fell on the Eastern Front as part of the Versuchskommando für Panzerbekämpfung. Subsequently, six Ju 88P-1s were transferred to the 1st Hindenburg Bomber Squadron. (Kampfgeschwader 1 "Hindenburg").

 
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GERMAN INDUSTRIAL TRACTOR D8511 - 1/24 - MINIART 24005 -15% OFFER NEW
SKU MINA24005
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/24
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Civili
Category Kit

GERMAN INDUSTRIAL TRACTOR D8511 MOD. 1936 kit in 1/24 scale - Miniart model. HIGHLY DETAILED MODEL IN DECAL SHEET IN SCALE 1:24 FOR 3 OPTIONS INCLUDED TRANSPARENT PARTS INCLUDED

 
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P-47D-25RE THUNDERBOLT 1/48 - MINIART 48001 -15% OFFER
SKU MINA48001
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/48
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

P-47D-25RE THUNDERBOLT fighter-bomber aircraft kit in 1/48 scale (ADVANCED KIT) - Model Miniart. - HIGHLY DETAILED PLASTIC MODEL KIT - PHOTOETCHED PARTS INCLUDED - TRANSPARENT PARTS INCLUDED - HATCHES CAN BE MOUNTED IN OPEN OR CLOSED POSITION - 3 TYPES OF WHEELS INCLUDED - ENGINE AND COMBAT COMPARTMENT COMPARTMENT ACCURATELY REPRESENTED IN MODEL - DECAL SHEET FOR 3 VARIANTS The P-47D-25RE Thunderbolt was a U.S. fighter plane employed during World War II. Here is some key information about this aircraft: Fighter Aircraft: The P-47D-25RE Thunderbolt was a straight-wing fighter aircraft produced by the Republic Aviation Corporation. It was also known by the nickname "Jug" or "Juggernaut" and was known for its ruggedness and firepower. Technical Specifications: This specific model of the P-47 was equipped with a 2,300-horsepower Pratt & Whitney R-2800-59 Double Wasp piston engine and a four-blade propeller. It could reach a top speed of about 426 mph (about 686 km/h) and had a flight range of about 800 miles (about 1,287 kilometers). Armament: The P-47D-25RE was well armed and could carry heavy Browning M2 .50-caliber machine guns and air-to-ground rockets. It was also capable of carrying bombs. Role: This aircraft was mainly used for bomber escort missions, air combat and ground attack. Its ability to fly at high altitudes and its firepower made it a fearsome opponent in aerial combat. Large Scale Production: The P-47 Thunderbolt was produced in large quantities during World War II and was primarily used by the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) in various theaters of war, including Europe and the Pacific. Ruggedness: The P-47 was known for its ruggedness and its ability to withstand considerable damage and return to base even when hit. This characteristic contributed to its reputation as one of the most durable fighter aircraft of the war. The P-47D-25RE Thunderbolt represents an important chapter in the history of military aviation during World War II and was a key aircraft for Allied air operations during that period.

 
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T-34/85 -15% OFFER
SKU MINA35379
Brand MINIART
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Russia
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 T-34/85 PLANT 112. SPRING 1944The T-34 was a medium tank that was the backbone of Soviet armored forces during World War II.

 
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MiG-29 -15% OFFER
SKU ICM-72143
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Russia
Period: Modern
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/72 'Radar Hunter' MiG-29 '9-13' Ukrainian Fighter with HARM missiles The Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-29 is a Soviet- and Russian-made 4th generation air superiority fighter, developed and produced by MiG since the 1970s and entered service in the Soviet armed forces in August 1983. Designed to complete intercept, escort, bombing, and maneuvered combat missions, it enjoyed considerable commercial success particularly in the Asian and African regions. A high-performance but short-range twin-engine aircraft, it owes its nickname - swift - to the balance and flight stability conferred by its distinctive fuselage shape. Constantly upgraded throughout its operational life, numerous versions have been created, including the most recent one in service today, the MiG-29SMT, equipped with external tanks conforming to the fuselage. An embarked version called the MiG-29K was also created.

 
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Transparent Medium -50% OFFER
SKU ALC-400
Brand ALCLAD
Category Colors

Transparent Medium - Heat Stains & Lexan Tints 30 ml.

 
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