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Harrier GR.3/AV-8A/AV-8C ‘Special Markings’ MKM144119

Harrier GR.3/AV-8A/AV-8C ‘Special Markings’ MKM144119

One injection-moulded kit is supplied in this box; it contains 48 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, XV738, Grey B, No.4 Sq., RAF, during 'Exercise Match Coat', Gutersloh Air Base, Germany, September 1984
2) Hawker Siddeley Harrier GR Mk.3, XZ129/A2604 (ex-RAF a/c), Black ETS, Engineering Training School (ETS), RN, serving as an instructional airframe, RNAS Yeovilton (HMS Heron), Somerset, U.K., 1992-94
3) AV-8A Harrier (Hawker Siddeley Harrier Mk.50), BuNo 158703, White 703, VMA-513 (Marine Attack Squadron 513) 'Flying Nightmares', US Marine Corps, Sheppard AFB, Texas, U.S.A., April 1980
4) AV-8C Harrier (Hawker Siddeley Harrier Mk.50), BuNo 158387/N719NA, Black 719, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Ames Research Center, NAS Moffett Field, California, U.S.A., 1986-1995

IN STOCK
380,- Kč (15,51 €)
Hawker-Siddeley HS.748 'The Budgie'

Hawker-Siddeley HS.748 'The Budgie'

This injection-moulded kit contains 51 parts. For modeller's convenience a display base, made of pasteboard card, depicting tarmac section of the military airport is added. A comprehensive instruction leaflet and a decal sheet are included.

 

Colour schemes included in the kit:

1) Avro 748 (Srs.1 Model 200) G-ARAY (c/n 1535), (Srs.1 Model 101) G-ARMW (c/n 1537), (Srs.1 Model 101) G-ARMX (c/n 1538), (Srs.1 Model 106) G-ARRW (c/n 1549) or Hawker Siddeley HS.748 (Srs.2 Model 108) G-ASPL (c/n 1560), (Srs.2 Model 232) G-AZSU (c/n 1612), Dan Air Services Ltd. (Dan-Air Skyways), flown between various regional and European airports, U.K., 1972-73


2) Hawker Siddeley HS.748 (Srs.2A Model 334), G-GLAS (c/n 1756) or G-EDIN (c/n 1757), Chieftain Airways PLC, flown between Scotland and European airports, Scotland, U.K., 1987


3) Hawker Siddeley HS.748 (Srs.2 Model 215), YV-05C (c/n 1578), Linea Aeropostal Venezolana S.A. (LAV), Caracas - Simon Bolivar International Airport (Aeropuerto Internacional de Maiquetia "Simon Bolivar"), Venezuela, 1980-82

IN STOCK
490,- Kč (20,- €)
Hawker-Siddeley HS.748 Andover Military 'Asia & Australia' (RAF ME, RAAF, Royal Thai AF)

Hawker-Siddeley HS.748 Andover Military 'Asia & Australia' (RAF ME, RAAF, Royal Thai AF)

This injection-moulded kit contains 51 parts. For modeller's convenience a display base, made of pasteboard card, depicting tarmac section of the military airport is added. A comprehensive instruction leaflet and a decal sheet are included.

 

The HS.748 was a British short/medium-range twin-engined airliner designed during the late 1950s. It was originally developed and initially produced by A.V. Roe & Co., then" after its dissolution" by Hawker Siddeley Aviation and later by its successor, British Aerospace.
The 748 was a remarkably successful aeroplane and an effective DC-3 replacement in many parts of the world. The first prototype (G-APZV) first flew in June 1960. Initially, the Srs.1 version for 44 passengers was built (24 a/c), then production was switched to the 52-seat Avro 748 Srs.2, followed by the Srs.2A and 2B with further increases in power and maximum weight. A total of 350 HS.748s were built which also included 89 aircraft manufactured by Indian Hindustan Aeronautics and this type continued in production until 1988.


The HS.748 was a low-wing monoplane of an all-metal construction, fitted with a nose-wheel type tricycle undercarriage. The flight crew consisted of two members, while the cabin accommodated passengers or could be adjusted to mixed passenger/freight layout.


Powered by two Dart turboprop engines, it possessed a high level of performance, including short takeoff and landing (STOL) capabilities and overall ruggedness. In freight configuration the aircraft was capable of hauling payloads in excess of 10,000 lb (4,540 kg).


Significant users included the RAF, the Royal Australian Air Force and the Indian and Brazilian Air Forces, while the majority of the 748s were flown by various British and overseas airline operators.

IN STOCK
490,- Kč (20,- €)
Hawker-Siddeley HS.748/BAe.748 'In Civilian Skies'

Hawker-Siddeley HS.748/BAe.748 'In Civilian Skies'

This injection-moulded kit contains 51 parts. For modeller's convenience a display base, made of pasteboard card, depicting tarmac section of the civil airport is added. A comprehensive instruction leaflet and a decal sheet are included.

 

Hawker-Siddeley HS.748/BAe.748 'In Civilian Skies' re-release, new decals,
Hawker Siddeley HS.748/British Aerospace BAe.748 'In Civilian Skies'
(British Airways, Emerald Airways, West Air Sweden)

 

Colour schemes included in the kit:

1) Hawker Siddeley HS.748 (Srs.2A Model 245), G-BFLL (c/n 1658), 'Glen Esk/Gleann Uisge', British Airways Ltd., Glasgow Airport, Renfrewshire, Scotland, U.K., 1983-84
2) British Aerospace BAe.748 (Srs.2A Model 372), G-BVOV (c/n 1777), Emerald Airways Ltd., Liverpool/John Lennon Airport, Merseyside, England, U.K., 1994-2006
3) Hawker Siddeley HS.748 (Srs.2A Model 229), SE-LIF (c/n 1596), 'Number 10', West Air Sweden, Lidkoping-Hovby and Sturup/Malmo Airports, Sweden, 1997-2007

IN STOCK
700,- Kč (28,57 €)
Heinkel He-219A-0/LB-79 'Flying Laboratory'

Heinkel He-219A-0/LB-79 'Flying Laboratory'

Description: This injection-moulded kit contains 35 parts, one clear part (the cockpit canopy) and a small fret with 41 photo-etched parts. For modeller's convenience a display base, made of pasteboard card, depicting a section of the Luftwaffe military airfield is added. A comprehensive instruction leaflet and a decal sheet are included.

 

Colour schemes included in the kit:
1) He-219A-0, DV+DL (W.Nr. 190116), Luftwaffe, Werneuchen airfield, Germany, summer 1944
2) He-219A-0, DV+DI, Black 113 (W.Nr. 190113), Luftwaffe, Rechlin-Lärz Air Base, Germany, 1943-44
3) He-219A-0/R6, G9+FK (W.Nr. 190012), 2./NJG 1, Luftwaffe, Venlo-Herongen airfield, the Netherlands, April 1944
4) LB-79 (He-219A-5), Black 32, LVÚ Aviation Research Institute, serving with 2nd Sq., 51st Air Regiment, Czechoslovak Air Force, Plzeň-Bory airfield, Czechoslovakia, early 1952

IN STOCK
350,- Kč (14,29 €)
Heinkel He-219A-2 'Night Hunter'

Heinkel He-219A-2 'Night Hunter'

Heinkel He-219A-2 'Night Hunter' includes a small fret with photo-etched parts (aerials, cockpit seats and other details

IN STOCK
350,- Kč (14,29 €)
Heinkel He-219A-5 'Night Owl'

Heinkel He-219A-5 'Night Owl'

Heinkel He-219A-5 'Night Owl' includes a small fret with photo-etched parts (aerials, cockpit seats and other details

IN STOCK
360,- Kč (14,69 €)
Heinkel He-219A-7 'Night Fighter'

Heinkel He-219A-7 'Night Fighter'

IN STOCK
350,- Kč (14,29 €)
HS.748/BAe.748 ‘Civil Livery’

HS.748/BAe.748 ‘Civil Livery’

Mark I Models 1:144

 

This injection-moulded kit contains 51 parts. For modeller’s convenience a display base, made of pasteboard card, depicting tarmac section of the civil airport is added. A comprehensive instruction leaflet and a decal sheet are included.

 

Colour schemes included in the kit:

1) Hawker Siddeley HS.748 (Srs.2 Model 225), G-ATMJ (c/n 1593), Autair International Airways Ltd., Luton airport, Bedfordshire, U.K., 1966-69

2) British Aerospace BAe.748 (Srs.2A Model 334), G-BPDA (c/n 1756), Scottish European Airways Ltd., Glasgow airport, Renfrewshire, Scotland, U.K., 1988-93

3) British Aerospace BAe.748 (Srs.2B Model 378), D-AHSA (c/n 1784), ‘Red Baron’, Deutsche Lufttransport GmbH (DLT), flown between various regional airports, Germany, 1981-82

IN STOCK
599,- Kč (24,45 €)
HS.748/HAL-748 'VIP Service'

HS.748/HAL-748 'VIP Service'

This injection-moulded kit contains 51 parts. For modeller's convenience a display base, made of pasteboard card, depicting tarmac section of the military airport is added. A comprehensive instruction leaflet and a decal sheet are included.


Colour schemes included in the kit:
1) Hawker Siddeley HS.748 (Srs.2 Model 206) Andover CC Mk.2, XS790 (c/n 1562), The Queen's Flight, Royal Air Force, Benson Air Base, Oxfordshire, U.K., 1975-77


2) Hindustan Aeronautics HAL-748 (Srs.2 Model 218), Black H-1178/F (c/n HAL/K/534), Air Headquarters Communication Squadron (AHQCS, also known as Pegasus Sq.), Indian Air Force (Bharatiya Vayu Sena), Palam Air Force Station, India, 2003


3) C-91/Avro 748 (Srs.2 Model 205) "Avrinho", 2501 (c/n 1551), Black 2501, 1st Sq., 2nd Transport Group (1º/2º Grupo de Transporte, GT), Brazilian Air Force (Forca Aerea Brasileira, FAB), Galeao Air Force Base (Base Aerea do Galeao), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1969-78

 

 

IN STOCK
490,- Kč (20,- €)
L-13 Blaník 'Aeroclub Workhorse' (2in1)

L-13 Blaník 'Aeroclub Workhorse' (2in1)

Description: Two injection-moulded kits are supplied in this box and each kit contains 13 parts and one clear part (the cockpit canopy). Two large decal sheets are included.

 

Let L-13/L-13A Blanik 'Aeroclub Workhorse' (2 kits in 1)
(Czechoslovakia/Czech Republic, U.S.A., U.K., Austria, Hungary)

Colour schemes included in the kit:
1) Let L-13A Blanik, OK-3702 (c/n 025806; original L-13 reconstructed to L-13A standard), Aeroclub Beroun, Bubovice airfield, Czech Republic, 2008-17
2) Let L-13 Blanik, N8789 (c/n 174534), Post Mills Soaring Club, Post Mills Airport, Vermont, U.S.A., 2010
3) Let L-13 Blanik, G-ATRB (c/n 173305), Bidford Gliding & Flying Club, Bidford airfield, Bidford-on-Avon, Warwickshire, U.K., 2009-10
4) Let L-13 Blanik, OE-0935 (c/n 175117), Flugsportclub Ferlach, Ferlach-Glainach airfield, Austria, 2007-10
5) Let L-13 Blanik, HA-5193 (c/n 026804), Opitz Nandor Repulklub, Dunakeszi airfield, Hungary, the 2000s
6) General schemes showing typical L-13 Blanik markings of Czechoslovak aeroclubs during the period 1960-80

IN STOCK
290,- Kč (11,84 €)
L-13 Blaník 'Military Service' (2in1)

L-13 Blaník 'Military Service' (2in1)

Description: Two injection-moulded kits are supplied in this box and each kit contains 13 parts and one clear part (the cockpit canopy). A comprehensive decal sheet is included.

 

Let L-13/TZ-13 Blanik 'in Military Service' (2 kits in 1 box) (RAF, DOSAAF, Italian AF, Uruguayan AF, Lithuanian AF, Brazilian AF)

Colour schemes included in the kit:
1) Let L-13 Blanik, Black R11 (c/n 026258), RAF Gliding and Soaring Association (RAFGSA), Aboyne, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, U.K., autumn 1980
2) Let L-13 Blanik, Red 21, DOSAAF Volunteer Society for Co-operation with the Army, Aviation and Navy, Aeroclub Novosibirsk, the Soviet Union, early 1970s
3) Let L-13 Blanik, No.23 outlined in Black, MM100047 (c/n 027009), CVV-14 Gliding Centre (Centro Volo a Vela), Italian Air Force (Aeronautica Militare), Frosinone Air Base, Italy, 1985
4) Let L-13 Blanik, Black 690 (c/n 0717), Military School of Aeronautics (Escuela Militar de Aeronautica), Uruguayan Air Force (Fuerza Aerea Uruguaya, FAU), Gen. Artigas/Pando Air Base, Uruguay, 2014-15
5) Let L-13 Blanik, Blue 08 (c/n 1420), Voluntary Border Defence Service (Krasto Apsaugos Savanriskos Paj£-gos, KASP), Lithuanian Air Force, Silute Air Base, Lithuania, 1998
6) TZ-13 (Let L-13 Blanik), White 13 (8013), Clube de V'o a Vela (Sailing Flight Club), Air Force Academy (Academia da Forca Aerea, AFA), Brazilian Air Force (Forca Aerea Brasileira, FAB), Pirassununga Air Base, Brazil, the 1970-80s

IN STOCK
290,- Kč (11,84 €)
Lavochkin La-7 ‘Berlin Operation’

Lavochkin La-7 ‘Berlin Operation’

Two injection-moulded kits are supplied in this box and each kit contains 29 parts and four clear parts (the cockpit canopy, open and closed, and an armourglass panel). A comprehensive decal sheet is included.


Colour schemes included in the kit:

1)   Lavochkin La-7, White 27 (c/n 45210127), 176th Guards Fighter Regiment (GIAP), flown by Maj. I.N. Kozhedub, Soviet Air Force (VVS KA), Valga airfield (Estonia, then the USSR), autumn 1944

Lavochkin La-7, White 27 (c/n 45210127), 176th Guards Fighter Regiment (GIAP), flown by Maj. I.N. Kozhedub, Soviet Air Force (VVS KA), Schönwalde airfield, Germany, April 1945

2)   Lavochkin La-7, White 14 (c/n unknown), 1st Sq. (АE), 9th Guards Fighter Regiment (GIAP), flown by Maj. A.V. Alelyukhin, Soviet Air Force (VVS KA), Reppen airfield, Germany, April 1945

3)   Lavochkin La-7, White 26 (c/n unknown), 137th Guards Fighter Regiment (GIAP), Soviet Air Force (VVS KA), Eggersdorf airfield, Germany, spring 1945

4)   Lavochkin La-7 (3-cannon), White 23 (c/n unknown), ‘Mongolskiy arat’, 2nd Sq., 2nd Guards Fighter Regiment (GIAP), Soviet Air Force (VVS KA), Großenhain airfield, Germany, April/May 1945


IN STOCK
400,- Kč (16,33 €)
Lavochkin La-7 ‘Post-war Service’

Lavochkin La-7 ‘Post-war Service’

Two injection-moulded kits are supplied in this box and each kit contains 29 parts and four clear parts (the cockpit canopy, open and closed, and an armourglass panel). A comprehensive decal sheet is included.

 

 

Colour schemes included in the kit:

1)   Lavochkin La-7, White 58 (c/n unknown), 2nd Sq. (AE), 6th Fighter Regiment (IAP), Pacific Ocean Fleet (TOF), Soviet Naval Air Force (VVS VMF), Vtoraya Rechka airfield, Vladivostok, Soviet Union, August 1945

2)   Lavochkin La-7, White 06 (c/n 45210806), ‘Gorkovskiy rabochiy’, 2nd Czechoslovak Fighter Regiment, Soviet Air Force (VVS KA), Kraków-Balice airfield, Poland, May 1945

Lavochkin La-7, White 06 (c/n 45210806), ‘Gorkovskiy rabochiy’, 2nd Air Regiment (LP 2), Czechoslovak Air Force, Piešťany airfield, Czechoslovakia, spring 1946

3)   S-97 (Lavochkin La-7), s/n S 97-860, White SU-60 (c/n 45210860), 3rd Sq., 44th Air Regiment (LP 44), Czechoslovak Air Force, Vajnory airfield, Czechoslovakia, spring 1948

4)   Lavochkin La-7 (3-cannon), White 63 (c/n unknown), 63rd Guards Fighter Regiment (GIAP), flown by A. Maresyev, Group of Soviet Occupation Forces in Germany (GSOFG), Soviet Air Force (VVS USSR), Eggersdorf airfield, Germany, winter 1945/46

IN STOCK
400,- Kč (16,33 €)
Lavochkin La-7 ‘Supreme Fighter’

Lavochkin La-7 ‘Supreme Fighter’

Two injection-moulded kits are supplied in this box and each kit contains 29 parts and four clear parts (the cockpit canopy, open and closed, and an armourglass panel). A comprehensive decal sheet is included.

 

 

Colour schemes included in the kit:

1)   Lavochkin La-7, White 10 (c/n unknown), 4th Guards Fighter Regiment (GIAP), Red Banner Baltic Fleet (KBF), Soviet Naval Air Force (VVS VMF), Lipovo airfield, Soviet Union, autumn 1944

2)   Lavochkin La-7, White 63 (c/n unknown), 813th Fighter Regiment (IAP), Soviet Air Force (VVS KA), East Prussia, Germany, winter 1944/45

3)   Lavochkin La-7, White 24 (c/n unknown), 3rd Sq. (АE), 9th Guards Fighter Regiment (GIAP), flown by Maj. A-Kh. Sultan, Soviet Air Force (VVS KA), East Prussia, Germany, early 1945

4)   Lavochkin La-7 (3-cannon), Black 69 (c/n unknown), unknown Fighter Regiment, Soviet Air Force (VVS USSR), shown on the occasion of the opening of the Park of Culture and Leisure at Leningrad, Soviet Union, 1947

IN STOCK
400,- Kč (16,33 €)
Lavochkin La-7 (S-97) ‘In Czechoslovak Service’

Lavochkin La-7 (S-97) ‘In Czechoslovak Service’

Bagged Edition


This injection-moulded kit (one model is included) contains 29 parts and four clear parts (the cockpit canopy, open and closed, and an armourglass panel). A comprehensive decal sheet is included.

 

 

Colour schemes included in the kit:

1)   Lavochkin La-7, White 11/4 (c/n 45212611), 2nd Air Regiment (LP 2), Czechoslovak Air Force, Piešťany airfield, Czechoslovakia, spring 1946

2)   S-97 (Lavochkin La-7), White JV-8 (c/n 45210813), 2nd Sq., 1st Air Regiment (LP 1), Czechoslovak Air Force, Zvolen (Tri Duby) airfield, Czechoslovakia, autumn 1947

3)   S-97 (Lavochkin La-7), Red B-4717 (c/n 45210721), Police Air Patrol Unit (LH) Piešťany, Czechoslovak Police Air Force (Bezpečnostní letectvo), Piešťany airfield, Czechoslovakia, summer 1950

4)   Lavochkin La-7 (3-cannon), Grey 09 (c/n 38100965), 2nd Air Regiment (LP 2), Czechoslovak Air Force, seen at Zvolen (Tri Duby) airfield, Czechoslovakia, summer 1946

5)   S-97 (Lavochkin La-7, 3-cannon), s/n S 97-465, White PL-02 (c/n 38101465), ground instructional airframe, Anti-aircraft Artillery Training Establishment (PLU), Olomouc, Czechoslovakia, late 1950s

IN STOCK
300,- Kč (12,24 €)
Messerschmitt Me-262B 'Night Fighter' (2in1)

Messerschmitt Me-262B 'Night Fighter' (2in1)

Two ex-Eduard injection-moulded kits are supplied in this box and each kit contains 38 parts and one clear part (the cockpit canopy). One small fret with photo-etched parts and a comprehensive decal sheet are included.

 

The Me 262 Schwalbe was a German jet fighter designed by the team led by Willy Messerschmitt. It was one of the most advanced warplanes to see front-line service during WWII. Its protracted development began in 1939, but aerodynamics research work and jet engine development delayed its mass production.


The two-seat aircraft based on the Me 262A-series was conceived in August 1943, but its prototype, a Blohm und Voss-converted Me 262 S5 was first flown only in July 1944.


Two basic B-models existed: the Me 262B-1a trainer and the Me 262B-1a/U1 night-fighter.
In total, some 29 Me 262Bs were modified, with the conversions shared between B&V and DLH. The Me 262B-1a/U1 night-fighters were all modifications, either from already-adapted B-1a trainer aircraft or directly from Me 262A airframes.


The Me 262B was an all-metal low-wing monoplane, of a streamlined design and with two cockpits in tandem. It was powered by two Jumo 004 turbojets suspended under the wings. It was fitted with a swept-back wing and a tricycle landing gear. It had a long clear-view canopy and was fitted with a non-ejection seats. Carriage of the four MK 108 cannons in the nose was intended for all the night-fighters; however, one of the NJG 11-operated Me 262B-1a/U1 had its lower two MK 108 cannons replaced by a pair of MG 151/20 guns. Due to revised fuel tankage the Me 262B-1a/U1 carried two pylons with external fuel tanks under the front fuselage.


A number of Me 262s fell into Allied hands and some were examined in Britain, the USSR and the USA post-war.

IN STOCK
380,- Kč (15,51 €)
Messerschmitt Me-262B Schwalbe 'Jet Trainer' (2in1)

Messerschmitt Me-262B Schwalbe 'Jet Trainer' (2in1)

Two ex-Eduard injection-moulded kits are supplied in this box and each kit contains 38 parts and one clear part (the cockpit canopy). One small fret with photo-etched parts and a comprehensive decal sheet are included.

 

The Me 262 Schwalbe was a German jet fighter designed by the team led by Willy Messerschmitt. It was one of the most advanced warplanes to see front-line service during WWII. Its protracted development began in 1939, but aerodynamics research work and jet engine development delayed its mass production.


The training aircraft based on the Me 262A-series was conceived in August 1943, but its prototype, a Blohm und Voss-converted Me 262 S5 was first flown only in July 1944.


In total, some 29 Me 262Bs were modified, with the conversions shared between B&V and DLH, and in fact all two-seaters were adapted from existing Me 262A airframes. Of these, nine aircraft were later upgraded to the combat night-fighter variant, the Me 262B-1a/U1.
The Me 262B was an all-metal low-wing monoplane, of a streamlined design and with two cockpits in tandem. It was powered by two Jumo 004 turbojets suspended under the wings. It was fitted with a swept-back wing and a tricycle landing gear. It had a long clear-view canopy and was fitted with a non-ejection seats. The original Me 262A's on-board offensive armament was to be deleted, but some B-model aircraft carried two or even four MK 108 cannons in the fuselage nose.


A number of Me 262s fell into Allied hands and some were examined in Britain, the USSR and the USA post-war. In Czechoslovakia, three two-seater CS-92s were completed and utilised by the Air Force until 1951.

IN STOCK
380,- Kč (15,51 €)
Mil Mi-2 Hoplite ‘Around the World’

Mil Mi-2 Hoplite ‘Around the World’

IN STOCK
400,- Kč (16,33 €)
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