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DH Mosquito NF/F/PR.II ‘Intruder’

DH Mosquito NF/F/PR.II ‘Intruder’

Mark I Models 1:144

 

Colour schemes included in the kit:

1) de Havilland DH.98 Mosquito NF Mk.II, W4087, Red RS-B, No.157 Sq., Royal Air Force, Castle Camps airfield, Cambridgeshire, U.K., April 1942

2) de Havilland DH.98 Mosquito PR Mk.II, DD744, No.60 Sq., South African Air Force, Castel Benito airfield, Libya, North Africa, summer 1943

3) de Havilland DH.98 Mosquito F Mk.II, DZ228, Red YP-D, No.23 Sq., Royal Air Force, Luqa airfield, Malta, December 1942

4) de Havilland DH.98 Mosquito F Mk.II, DZ757, Red RA-Q, No.410 ‘Cougarʼ Sq., Royal Canadian Air Force, Coleby Grange airfield, Lincolnshire, U.K., September 1943

 

IN STOCK
499,- Kč (20,37 €)
DH Sea Venom FAW.21/22/ECM.21 ‘Home Fleet‘ 2in1

DH Sea Venom FAW.21/22/ECM.21 ‘Home Fleet‘ 2in1

Two injection-moulded kits are supplied in this box and each kit contains 40 parts and a clear part (the cockpit canopy). A comprehensive decal sheet is included.

 

Colour schemes included in the kit:
1) de Havilland DH.112 Sea Venom FAW Mk.21, WW223, No.890 NAS, RNAS Yeovilton (HMS Heron), Somerset, March 1956
2) de Havilland DH.112 Sea Venom FAW Mk.21, WW146/438-O, No.891 NAS, HMS Ark Royal, June 1955
3) de Havilland DH.112 Sea Venom FAW Mk.22, XG737/737-VL, Air Direction Training Unit (ADTU), Airwork Services Ltd., RNAS Yeovilton (HMS Heron), Somerset, 1966-68
4) de Havilland DH.112 Sea Venom ECM Mk.21, XG606/813, No.751 NAS, Watton Air Base, Norfolk, during FAA exercise in Malta, August 1957

IN STOCK
390,- Kč (15,92 €)
DHC-6 'Twotter'

DHC-6 'Twotter'

Colour schemes included in the kit:


1) Boeing Canada DHC-6 (Series 300) Twin Otter, VP-FBL (MSN 839), 839, British Antarctic Survey (BAS, Cambridge, U.K.), Port Stanley Airport, the Falkland Islands, and research stations, the British Antarctic Territory (BAT), Antarctica, 2013-17

 

2) de Havilland Canada DHC-6 (Series 300) Twin Otter, VH-KZQ (MSN 759), Aeropelican Air Services Pty., Ltd., Newcastle Airport, New South Wales, Australia, mid-1990s

 

3) de Havilland Canada DHC-6 (Series 300) Twin Otter, CF-OPI (MSN 243), Government of Ontario, Department of Lands & Forests, Sault Ste. Marie Water Aerodrome, Ontario, Canada, 1969-71

IN STOCK
560,- Kč (22,86 €)
DHC-6 Twin Otter 'Holiday Season'

DHC-6 Twin Otter 'Holiday Season'

Colour schemes included in the kit:


1) de Havilland Canada DHC-6 (Series 300) Twin Otter, 9N-AET (MSN 619), Tara Air, ‘Great Himalaya Trails’, Tribhuvan International Airport, Nepal, 2010-22

 

2) de Havilland Canada DHC-6 (Series 300) Twin Otter, F-OIQP (MSN 715), ‘Aimeho’, Air Moorea – Tahiti Moorea Airline, Faa’a International Airport, Tahiti, French Polynesia, 2008-10

 

3) de Havilland Canada DHC-6 (Series 300) Twin Otter, 8Q-MAD (MSN 273), Maldivian Air Taxi, Velana International Airport, the Maldives, 2008

IN STOCK
560,- Kč (22,86 €)
DHC-6 Twin Otter 'In America'

DHC-6 Twin Otter 'In America'

Colour schemes included in the kit:


1) de Havilland Canada UV-18B (Series 300) Twin Otter, 77-0465 (MSN 554), AF 77465/98 (wearing WWII heritage D-Day scheme), Wings of Blue Parachute Demonstration Team, 98th Flying Training Squadron (FTS), 306th Flying Training Group (FTG), USAF Academy (USAFA), U.S. Air Force, Peterson AFB, Colorado, U.S.A., 2020-22

 

2) de Havilland Canada CC-138 (DHC-6 Series 300) Twin Otter, 13802 (MSN 304), 802, No.440 Transport Squadron, Canadian Armed Forces (CAF), Yellowknife Airport, Northwest Territories, Canada, 2006-15

 

3) Viking DHC-6 (Series 400) Twin Otter, 1730 (MSN 972), STOL Medium Transport Squadron (Escuadron de Transporte Medio), Guatemalan Air Force (Fuerza Aérea Guatemalteca, FAG), La Aurora Airport, Guatemala, 2019-23

IN STOCK
560,- Kč (22,86 €)
DHC-6 Twin Otter 'In Civilian Skies'

DHC-6 Twin Otter 'In Civilian Skies'

Colour schemes included in the kit:


1) de Havilland Canada DHC-6 (Series 300) Twin Otter, OY-POF (MSN 235), Greenlandair Charter Air Service, Nuuk Airport, Greenland, leased to Norwegian Antarctic Expedition, Antarctica, 1986/87

 

2) de Havilland Canada DHC-6 (Series 300) Twin Otter, F-GBDB (MSN 574), Air Alpes, Chambéry Airport, France, 1978-81

 

3) de Havilland Canada DHC-6 (Series 300) Twin Otter, D-IDHB (MSN 336), ‘Helgoland’, General Air, Hamburg Airport, Germany, 1971-73

IN STOCK
560,- Kč (22,86 €)
DHC-6 Twin Otter 'Worldwide Military Service'

DHC-6 Twin Otter 'Worldwide Military Service'

Colour schemes included in the kit:


1) de Havilland Canada DHC-6 (Series 200) Twin Otter, 73-184 (MSN 184), 184, No.719 Squadron (skvadron), Royal Norwegian Air Force (Luftforsvaret), Bodø Air Station, Norway, the 1990s

 

2) de Havilland Canada DHC-6 (Series 300) Twin Otter, FAP-313 (MSN 323), 313, Transport Squadron No.421 (Escuadron de Transporte), Air Group No.42 (Grupo Aéreo), Peruvian Air Force (Fuerza Aérea del Perú, FAP), Iquitos Air Base, Peru, 1971-73

 

3) de Havilland Canada DHC-6 (Series 300) Twin Otter, FAF-730/F-RALF (MSN 730), 52-LF, Overseas Transport Squadron 52 (Escadron de Transport d’Outre-Mer 52, ETOM), French Air Force (Armée de l’Air), Air Base (BA) 186 Nouméa (La Tontouta), New Caledonia, early 1980s

IN STOCK
560,- Kč (22,86 €)
Dornier Do 17Z ‘Battle of Britain’

Dornier Do 17Z ‘Battle of Britain’

Mark I Models 1:144

 

This injection-moulded kit contains 64 parts and eleven clear parts (the cockpit canopies, rear ventral gunner’s window etc.).

A comprehensive decal sheet is included.


Colour schemes included in the kit:

1) Dornier Do 17Z-2, 3Z+GS, Red G (W.Nr. 2642), 8./KG 77, Luftwaffe, Cormeilles-en Vexin airfield, France, July 1940

 

2) Dornier Do 17Z-2, F1+DT, Yellow D, 9./KG 76, Luftwaffe, Cormeilles-en-Vexin airfield, France, August 1940

 

3) Dornier Do 17Z-1, F1+HH, White H, 1./KG 76, Luftwaffe, Beauvais-Tille airfield, France, September 1940

 

4) Dornier Do 17Z-2, F1+FS, Red F (W.Nr. 2555), 8./KG 76, Luftwaffe, Cormeilles-enVexin airfield, France, September 1940


IN STOCK
399,- Kč (16,29 €)
Dornier Do-17Z-2 'Balkan Operations'

Dornier Do-17Z-2 'Balkan Operations'

Description: This injection-moulded kit contains 63 parts and eleven clear parts (the cockpit canopies, rear ventral gunner's window etc.). A comprehensive decal sheet is included.

 

Colour schemes included in the kit:
1) Dornier Do 17Z-2, U5+DT, Yellow D, III./KG 2 'Holzhammer', Luftwaffe, Thessaloniki-Sedes airfield, Greece, April 1941
2) Dornier Do 17Z-2, U5+EH, White E, 1./KG 2 'Holzhammer', Luftwaffe, Athens-Tatoi airfield, Greece, May 1941
3) Dornier Do 17Z-2, A1+KZ, Yellow K, 15.(kroat.)/KG 53, Luftwaffe, Zagreb (Agram) airfield, Croatia, July 1942
4) Dornier Do 17Z-2, 3. Zrakoplovno Jato, ZNDH '402', Croatian Air Force (Zrakoplovstvo Nezavisne Drzave Hrvatske), Zagreb-Borongaj airfield, spring 1945

IN STOCK
390,- Kč (15,92 €)
Dornier Do-17Z-2/3 'Eastern Front'

Dornier Do-17Z-2/3 'Eastern Front'

Description: This injection-moulded kit contains 63 parts and eleven clear parts (the cockpit canopies, rear ventral gunner's window etc.). A comprehensive decal sheet is included.

 

Colour schemes included in the kit:
1) Dornier Do 17Z-2, U5+GT, Yellow G, 9./KG 2 'Holzhammer', Luftwaffe, Demidov airfield, Russia, July 1941
2) Dornier Do 17Z-3, 5K+CR (W.Nr. 2818), Yellow C, 7./KG 3 'Blitz', Luftwaffe, Tampere airfield, Finland, February 1942
3) Dornier Do 17Z-2, A1+EZ, Yellow E, 15.(kroat.)/KG 53, Luftwaffe, Russia, summer 1942
4) Dornier Do 17Z-3, White DN-63 (W.Nr. 2873), 1/LeLv 46, Finnish Air Force (Ilmavoimat), Linnunlahti airfield, March 1942

IN STOCK
390,- Kč (15,92 €)
Dornier Do-17Z-2/3 'In Finland'

Dornier Do-17Z-2/3 'In Finland'

Description: This injection-moulded kit contains 63 parts and eleven clear parts (the cockpit canopies, rear ventral gunner's window etc.). A comprehensive decal sheet is included.

 

Colour schemes included in the kit:
1) Dornier Do 17Z-2, CQ+HG (W.Nr. 4187), Luftwaffe, Tampere airfield, Finland, February 1942
2) Dornier Do 17Z-3, White DN-60 (W.Nr. 2818), 1/LeLv 46 (Squadron), Finnish Air Force (Ilmavoimat), Pyhaselka airfield, summer 1942
3) Dornier Do 17Z-3, White DN-64 'Ace of Spades' (W.Nr. 2822), LeLv 46 (Squadron), Finnish Air Force (Ilmavoimat), Helsinki-Malmi airport, April 1943
4) Dornier Do 17Z-3, White DN-52 (W.Nr. 2608), PLeLv 43 (Bomber Sq.), LeR 4 (Flying Regt.), Finnish Air Force (Ilmavoimat), Luonetjarvi airfield, summer 1947

IN STOCK
390,- Kč (15,92 €)
Dornier Do-17Z-2/3 'Western Front'

Dornier Do-17Z-2/3 'Western Front'

Description: This injection-moulded kit contains 64 parts and eleven clear parts (the cockpit canopies, rear ventral gunner's window etc.). A comprehensive decal sheet is included.

 

Colour schemes included in the kit:
1) Dornier Do 17Z-2, 3Z+AK, Red A, 2./KG 77, Luftwaffe, Werl airfield, Germany, spring 1940
2) Dornier Do 17Z-2, 5K+EA, Black E, Stab/KG 3 'Blitz', Luftwaffe, Le Culot airfield, Belgium, summer 1940
3) Dornier Do 17Z-2, F1+AL, Yellow A, 3./KG 76, Luftwaffe, France, 1940
4) Dornier Do 17Z-3 (U5+BD, ex-Stab III./KG 3 a/c, W.Nr. 312), Swiss Air Force (Schweizerische Flugwaffe), Dubendorf airfield, April 1940

IN STOCK
390,- Kč (15,92 €)
Fiat G.50 'Initial Series' (2in1)

Fiat G.50 'Initial Series' (2in1)

Description:Fiat G.50 'Initial Series' (2in1 = 2 kits in 1 box) Italian AF, Finnish AF


Two injection-moulded kits are supplied in this box and each kit contains 38 parts and one clear part (the cockpit windshield). A comprehensive decal sheet is included.

 

The Fiat G.50 was an Italian fighter aircraft designed in the mid-1930s, which became the most advanced fighter to be produced in Italy at that time. The prototype flew in February 1937, while the first production aircraft were delivered to the air force two years later.
In the autumn of 1940, an improved version with an extended combat range was introduced and designated the G.50bis. In total, production of the G.50 reached 784 aircraft in seven production series; 426 of which were manufactured by Fiat (Aeritalia) and another 358 were built by CMASA. 58 aircraft were exported: 13 G.50s to Spain, 35 aircraft to Finland and 10 went to Croatia.


It was a single-seat, all-metal low-wing monoplane featuring an open cockpit and a retractable undercarriage. It was powered by a Fiat A.74 two-row radial engine and was fitted with a Hamilton-Fiat propeller. The first versions of the G.50 were fitted with different configurations of armament: either a single or a pair of 12.7mm machine guns in the nose and an additional pair of 7.7mm guns in the wings. The Fiat G.50bis can be distinguished by the redesigned tail, addition of a larger rudder and relocated tail wheel.


The Fiat G.50s were extensively used on various fronts by Italy, including deployment in Belgium, North Africa, in the Balkans, in the Aegean and the Italian mainland. In Finland they served with distinction during the Winter War of 1940 and the Continuation War of 1941a"44 against the Soviet Union.

IN STOCK
390,- Kč (15,92 €)
Fiat G.50/50bis 'Italian Arrow' (2in1)

Fiat G.50/50bis 'Italian Arrow' (2in1)

Two injection-moulded kits are supplied in this box and each kit contains 40 parts and one clear part (the cockpit windshield). A comprehensive decal sheet is included.

 

Description:Fiat G.50/50bis 'Italian Arrow' (2in1 = 2 kits in 1 box) (Italian AF, Finnish AF, Luftwaffe)

The Fiat G.50 was an Italian fighter aircraft designed in the mid-1930s, which became the most advanced fighter to be produced in Italy at that time. The prototype flew in February 1937, while the first production aircraft were delivered to the air force two years later.


In the autumn of 1940, an improved version with an extended combat range was introduced and designated the G.50bis. In total, production of the G.50 reached 784 aircraft in seven production series; 426 of which were manufactured by Fiat (Aeritalia) and another 358 were built by CMASA. 58 aircraft were exported: 13 G.50s to Spain, 35 aircraft to Finland and 10 went to Croatia.


It was a single-seat, all-metal low-wing monoplane featuring an open cockpit and a retractable undercarriage. It was powered by a Fiat A.74 two-row radial engine and was fitted with a Hamilton-Fiat propeller. The first versions of the G.50 were fitted with different configurations of armament: either a single or a pair of 12.7mm machine guns in the nose and an additional pair of 7.7mm guns in the wings. The Fiat G.50bis can be distinguished by the redesigned tail, addition of a larger rudder and relocated tail wheel.


The Fiat G.50s were extensively used on various fronts by Italy, including deployment in Belgium, North Africa, in the Balkans, in the Aegean and the Italian mainland. In Finland they served with distinction during the Winter War of 1940 and the Continuation War of 1941a"44 against the Soviet Union.

IN STOCK
390,- Kč (15,92 €)
Fiat G.50bis 'In Africa' (2in1)

Fiat G.50bis 'In Africa' (2in1)

Two injection-moulded kits are supplied in this box and each kit contains 36 parts and one clear part (the cockpit windshield). A comprehensive decal sheet is included.

 

Fiat G.50 'In Africa' (2in1 = 2 kits in 1 box) (Italian AF, South African AF)

The Fiat G.50 was an Italian fighter aircraft designed in the mid-1930s, which became the most advanced fighter to be produced in Italy at that time. The prototype flew in February 1937, while the first production aircraft were delivered to the air force two years later.


In the autumn of 1940, an improved version with an extended combat range was introduced and designated the G.50bis. In total, production of the G.50 reached 784 aircraft in seven production series; 426 of which were manufactured by Fiat (Aeritalia) and another 358 were built by CMASA. 58 aircraft were exported: 13 G.50s to Spain, 35 aircraft to Finland and 10 went to Croatia.


It was a single-seat, all-metal low-wing monoplane featuring an open cockpit and a retractable undercarriage. It was powered by a Fiat A.74 two-row radial engine and was fitted with a Hamilton-Fiat propeller. The first versions of the G.50 were fitted with different configurations of armament: either a single or a pair of 12.7mm machine guns in the nose and an additional pair of 7.7mm guns in the wings. The Fiat G.50bis can be distinguished by the redesigned tail, addition of a larger rudder and relocated tail wheel.


The Fiat G.50s were extensively used on various fronts by Italy, including deployment in Belgium, North Africa, in the Balkans, in the Aegean and the Italian mainland. In Finland they served with distinction during the Winter War of 1940 and the Continuation War of 1941a"44 against the Soviet Union.

IN STOCK
390,- Kč (15,92 €)
Focke-Wulf Ta-152H 'Special Schemes'

Focke-Wulf Ta-152H 'Special Schemes'

Description: One injection-moulded kit is supplied in this box, which contains 26 parts and one clear part (the cockpit canopy). A comprehensive decal sheet is included.

 

Colour schemes included in the kit:
1) Fw Ta 190V30/U1 prototype/development a/c, Black SH+KT/0055 (W.Nr. 0055), Focke-Wulf Flugzeugbau GmbH, Adelheide airfield, Germany, August 1944
2) Fw Ta-152H-0, Stab/JG 301, Luftwaffe, Stendal airfield, Germany, April 1945
3) Fw Ta-152H-0 (a/c reportedly bought from Germany for evaluation), Imperial Japanese Army Air Force, Japan, summer 1945
4) Fw Ta-152H-0, Green 4/FE112 (W.Nr. 150020), Wright Field Air Base, U.S.A., late 1945

IN STOCK
300,- Kč (12,24 €)
Harrier GR.1/VA.1 Matador

Harrier GR.1/VA.1 Matador

Description: One injection-moulded kit is supplied in this box; it contains 54 parts and one clear part (the cockpit canopy). A comprehensive decal sheet is included.

 

Colour schemes included in the kit:
1) Hawker Siddeley Harrier GR Mk.1, XV782, Black D, No.4 Sq., RAF, Wildenrath Air Base, Germany, 1972-73
2) Hawker Siddeley Harrier GR Mk.1A, XV755, Red 20, No.1(F) Sq., RAF, Wittering Air Base, Cambridgeshire, U.K., during Exercise 'Sky Mist', Scotland, winter 1972/73
3) VA.1 Matador (Hawker Siddeley Harrier Mk.53/AV-8S), VA.1-3, 01-804, Black 4, 008 Esc. (Sq.), Spanish Navy (Arma Aerea de la Armada Espanola), Naval Station Rota, Spain, early 1990s
4) AV-8A Harrier (British Aerospace Harrier Mk.55), ex-VA.1 Matador, 161176 (ex-VA.1-8), Black 3108/8, No. 301 Sq., Royal Thai Navy (Kong Thap Ruea Thai), alternating between Royal Thai Naval Base U-Tapao and HTMS Chakri Naruebet (CVH-911), 1997

IN STOCK
390,- Kč (15,92 €)
Harrier GR.1A/AV-8A/C 'First Generation'

Harrier GR.1A/AV-8A/C 'First Generation'

Description: One injection-moulded kit is supplied in this box; it contains 54 parts and one clear part (the cockpit canopy). A comprehensive decal sheet is included.

 

Colour schemes included in the kit:
1) Hawker Siddeley Harrier GR Mk.1, XV741, White XV741, Aeroplane and Armament Experimental Establishment (A&AEE), MoD/RAF, Boscombe Down Air Base, Wiltshire, U.K., flown by Flt.Lt. T. Lecky-Thompson during the Daily Mail Transatlantic Air Race, May 1969
2) Hawker Siddeley Harrier GR Mk.1, XV759, No.233 OCU (Operational Conversion Unit), RAF, Wittering Air Base, Cambridgeshire, U.K., 1971
3) AV-8A Harrier (Hawker Siddeley Harrier Mk.50), BuNo 158707/WH12, White 12/Black WH, VMA-542 (Marine Attack Squadron 542) 'Tigers', US Marine Corps, MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina (detachment MCAS Yuma, Arizona), U.S.A., 1974
4) AV-8C Harrier (Hawker Siddeley Harrier Mk.50), BuNo 159374/KD14, White 14/KD, VMAT-203 (Marine Attack Training Squadron 203) 'Hawks', US Marine Corps, MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina, U.S.A., mid-1980s

IN STOCK
390,- Kč (15,92 €)
Harrier GR.3 'Laser Nose'

Harrier GR.3 'Laser Nose'

Description: One injection-moulded kit is supplied in this box; it contains 53 parts and one clear part (the cockpit canopy). A comprehensive decal sheet is included.

 

Colour schemes included in the kit:
1) Hawker Siddeley Harrier GR Mk.3, XZ130, Red 27, No.1(F) Sq., RAF, Wittering Air Base, Cambridgeshire, U.K., during Exercise 'Cold Winter', Bardufoss Air Station, Norway, March 1979
2) Hawker Siddeley Harrier GR Mk.3, ZD667, No.4 Sq., RAF, Gutersloh Air Base, Germany, late 1980s
3) Hawker Siddeley Harrier GR Mk.3, XZ990, Black F, 'Foxy', No.1417 Flt., RAF, Belize Airport, Belize, Central America, 1990
4) Hawker Siddeley Harrier GR Mk.3, XV809, Yellow AF, No.3(F) Sq., RAF, during Exercise 'Match Coat', Gutersloh Air Base, Germany, September 1984

IN STOCK
390,- Kč (15,92 €)
Harrier GR.3 'Operation Corporate'

Harrier GR.3 'Operation Corporate'

Description: One injection-moulded kit is supplied in this box; it contains 53 parts and one clear part (the cockpit canopy). A comprehensive decal sheet is included.

 

Colour schemes included in the kit:
1) Hawker Siddeley Harrier GR Mk.3, XV789, Red 32, No.1(F) Sq., RAF, HMS Hermes, FOB (Forward Operating Base) Port San Carlos and Port Stanley Airport, during 'Operation Corporate', the Falkland Islands, May-June 1982
2) Hawker Siddeley Harrier GR Mk.3, XZ963, Red 14, No.1(F) Sq., RAF, HMS Hermes, FOB (Forward Operating Base) Port San Carlos and Port Stanley Airport, during 'Operation Corporate', the Falkland Islands, May-June 1982
3) Hawker Siddeley Harrier GR Mk.3, XZ972, Red 33, No.1(F) Sq., RAF, HMS Hermes, FOB (Forward Operating Base) Port San Carlos and Port Stanley Airport, during 'Operation Corporate', the Falkland Islands, May-June 1982
4) Hawker Siddeley Harrier GR Mk.3, XZ989, Red 07, No.1(F) Sq., RAF, HMS Hermes, FOB (Forward Operating Base) Port San Carlos and Port Stanley Airport, during 'Operation Corporate', the Falkland Islands, May-June 1982

IN STOCK
370,- Kč (15,10 €)
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