P-51C Mustang™ Mk III Model Kit!
Set includes Plastic parts Decals with two markings options from RAF squadrons. Colours and Markings options: North American P-51C-1-NT Mustang™ III, 42-103532, FB382/PK-G, 315 Squadron PAF, pilot: S/Ldr Eugeniusz Horbaczewski, Coolham, June 1944 r. North American P-51C-1-NT Mustang™ III, 42-103258, FB328/GA-S, 112 Squadron RAF, airport Iesi, July-November 1944.
P-51 B/C Mustang™ Expert
Kit contents: Kit features parts needed to build 1/72 scale miniature of following variants: P-51 B/C, Mustang Mk III and F6C. plastic parts photo etched parts decal with 6 marking options (4x USAAF 2x RAF) masks for canopy and wheels Markings options included in the kit: P-51B-5-NA Mustang, 43-6315/AJ-A, "Ding Hao", pilot: Maj. James H. Howard MH, 356th Fighter Squadron, 354th Fighter Group, Boxted UK, April 1944. P-51C-11-NT Mustang, 44-10816/278, "Evalina", pilot: 1st Lt. Oliver E. Strawbridge, 26th Fighter Squadron, 51st Fighter Group, China, January 1945. Kit also includes Japanese markings of the captured aeroplane in 1945 (pilot Maj. Yasuhiko Kuroe). Mustang III, KH516/WC-F, pilot: Kpt. Jerzy Mencel DFC, 309 Squadron Polish Air Force, shot down Me-262 jet fighter on 9 April 1945. F-6C-1-NT Mustang, 42-03213/IX-H, "Azel"/"Boomerang", 162nd Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 10th Photographic Reconnaissance Group, Chalgrove UK. Aeroplane flown by 2nd Lt. Stanley F.H. Newman during D-Day preparations in Spring 1944. Mustang III, FB244/CV-V, 3 Squadron RAAF, Fano in Italy, April 1944. Aeroplane flown by several pilots mainly in ground support role. P-51C-10-NT Mustang, 43-25045/C3-W, "Snookie", pilot: Lt. Edward T. Pawlak, 382nd Fighter Squadron, 363rd Fighter Group, France, July 1944.
Hurricane Mk IIc trop 1/48.
Hurricane Mk II c trop in 1/48 scale. Hurricane Mk IIc quarter scale kit. New Tool 2023 Kit includes: Plastic parts (3 grey sprues and 1 clear sprue) Decals (3 marking variants) Canopy and wheel masks Marking options: Hurricane Mk. IIc trop “Hurribomber”, LB792/C, No. 34 Squadron RAF/SEAC, Dergaon (Assam) i Imphal (Manipur), spring 1944, pilot S/Ldr C.P.N. Newman. Hurricane Mk IIc trop, HL885/AX-Z, No. 1 Squadron SAAF, Lt. Stewart “Bomb” Finney, LG142, Egypt, September 1942. Hurricane Mk.IIc Trop, HL851/GO-P “The MacRobert Fighter-Sir Iain”, No. 94 Squadron RAF, El Gamil airfield, Egypt 1942-43.
Hurricane Mk IIc 1/48!
Hurricane Mk II c in 1/48 scale. Hurricane Mk IIc quarter scale kit. New Tool 2023 Plastic parts (3 grey sprues and 1 clear sprue) Decals (3 marking variants) Canopy and wheel masks Markings options: Hurricane Mk. IIC “Night Intruder”, BE581/JX-E, 1 Squadron RAF, Tangmere, May 1942, pilot F/L Karel Kuttelwascher Hurricane Mk.IIC Z3152/FM-A. 257 Squadron RAF. Pilot S/Ldr Robert Stanford Tuck DSO, DFC & Two Bars, AFC. RAF Coltishall airfield, May 1941 Hurricane Mk.IIC LF644/WC-D. 309 Squadron PAF. RAF Drem airfield, May-July 1944
Hurricane Mk I Expert Set!
Hawker Hurricane Mk I Expert Set Arma Hobby 1/72 Legendary fighter aeroplane Hawker Hurricane Mk I in "Battle of Britain" version - with metal wings, extensive cockpit and wheel bay interior, two types of propeller and three types of spinner and with tropical filter option. Model of the Hurricane for intemediate/advanced modelers, with accessories included Set contains Plastic parts Photoetched parts Canopy and wheel masks Techmod decals with four markings options Markings Hurricane MkI , serial P3059, fuselage code SD-N from 501 Squadron RAF, August 1940. Aeroplane piloted, among others by Polish fighter pilot Sgt Antoni Glowacki Hurricane MkI , serial V7234, SD-A from 501 Squadron RAF, August 1940. The most successful aeroplane of Sgt Antoni Glowacki. Credited with six shoots down and one damaged aircraft of the Luftwaffe. Glowacki has achieved five kills in one day (24 August 1940) and became the only „one day ace” in Battle of Britain Hurricane MkI , serial R4175, fuselage code RF-R From 303 Polish/RAF Squadron, pilot Sgt Josef Frantisek has shot down seven of his seventeen kills during the Battle of Britain. Unfortunately, he was killed when accidentally crashed this aeroplane on the ground during patrol flight on 8th October 1940. Hurricane MkI trop, serial 284, fuselage code „yellow J”, 3 Squadron SAAF, Kenia 1941. Pilot Lt. Robert Kershaw has rescued his shot down commander, Cpt. John Frost, after Diredawa (Ethiopia) air raid on 15 March 1941.
Fokker E.V Expert Set!
Fokker E.V 1/72 scale model kit. Expert Set features: Plastic parts Photoetched parts Double sheet Techmod decals: 2 Polish and 2 German colours
FM-2 Wildcat ™ Expert Set!
Plastic model kit of the FM-2 Wildcat™ aircraft, new tools, expert set with accessories. plastic parts photo etched decal with 6+2 marking options (5x USN 1x FAA + 2 bonus) masks for canopy and wheels Markings options FM-2 Wildcat, BuNo unknown/B6, Composite Squadron VC-10, CVE-73 USS Gambier Bay, pilot Ens. Joseph Dennis McGraw, Battle off Samar, 25 October 1944. FM-2 Wildcat, BuNo 16262/B19, Composite Squadron VC-10, CVE-73 USS Gambier Bay, pilot Ltn. Herman J. Hardess, Marianas 15 czerwca 1944 FM-2 Wildcat, BuNo 16130/3, Composite Squadron VC-8, CVE-60 USS Guadalcanal, pilot Ltn. (j.g.). F.H. Behlen III, North Atlantic, 30 May 1944. FM-2 Wildcat, BuNo unknown/1, Composite Squadron VC-69, CVE-60 USS Guadalcanal, North Atlantic, Autumn 1944. Aeroplane with rocket stubs fitted. FM-2 Wildcat, BuNo unknown/2, Composite Squadron VC-96, CVE-81 USS Rudyard Bay, Okinawa, April 1945. Aeroplane with rocket stubs fitted. Wildcat Mk VI, JV768/S-X, 882 Squadron FAA, HMS Searcher, pilot S.Lt. Ronald F. Moore, RNVR, claimed ½ Bf-109G, „Operation Prefix”, Trondheim, Norway, 26 March 1945, Bonus – serials and code letters for two other aeroplanes from this fight.
F4F-4 Wildcat® Expert Set!
Grumman F4F-4 Wildcat® Expert Set, Arma Hobby 1/72 Plastic model kit of the F4F-4 Wildcat® aircraft, new sprues, expert set with accessories. Contents parts to build F4F-4 or Martlet II models: plastic parts photo etched parts decal with six marking options (5x USN/USMC 1x Martlet II) + four bonus markings (2x USN i 2X USMC) masks for canopy and wheels Markings options: Grumman F4F-4 Wildcat, white 84, squadron VMF-121, Cpt. Joe Foss (26 aerial victories), Guadalcanal, October / November 1942. Grumman F4F-4 Wildcat, black 8-26, squadron VGF-27, ex-Operation Torch aeroplane, Guadalcanal, April 8, 1943. Grumman F4F-4 Wildcat, black 6-F-8, squadron VF-6, USS Enterprise, April 10, 1942, a week before Doolitttle Raid on Tokyo. Grumman F4F-4 Wildcat, 5093 / white 23, squadron VF-3, USS Yorktown, Lt.Cdr. John S. Thach (3 aerial victories in first mission), Battle of Midway, morning June 4, 1942. Grumman F4F-4 Wildcat, 3512/29-GF-10, squadron VGF-29, USS Santee, crash landed by Ens Joseph M. Gallano during Operation Torch, French Marocco, November 8, 1942. Grumman Martlet II, AJ148 / Ø-7A, 888 FAA Squadron from carrier HMS Formidable, Oran, Algeria, December 14, 1942. Bonus Markings: Grumman F4F-4 Wildcat, black 53, squadron VMF-121, Cpt. Joe Foss, Guadalcanal, October/November 1942 and January 1943. The first Foss’s aeroplane, who flew it to Guadalcanal with black 13 number. The number was changed to 53 to avoid confusion with Cpt. Marion Carl’s aeroplane. Grumman F4F-4 Wildcat, white 50, squadron VMF-121, Cpt. Joe Foss, Guadalcanal, October/November 1942. Grumman F4F-4 Wildcat, 5171/ white 1, squadron VF-3, USS Yorktown. Aeroplane flown by Lt.Cdr. John S. Thach when he shot down Cpt. Tomonaga from IJN Hiryu, Battle of Midway, afternoon June 4, 1942. Grumman F4F-4 Wildcat, 03511/29-GF-1, squadron VGF-29, USS Santee, Lt. Cmdr. John T. Blackbourn, Operation Torch; November 8, 1942.
F-6C Mustang™ Expert Set!
Kit contents: Kit features parts needed to build 1/72 scale model of the F-6C Mustang photo-reconnaissance aeroplane. plastic parts photo-etched parts decal with 4 marking options (3 USAAF and 1 French) Kabuki masks for canopy and wheels Markings Options: F-6C-10-NT Mustang, 44-10889/R7-N, GR II.33 Savoie, French Air Forces, April-May 1945. F-6C-1-NA Mustang, 43-12400/ZM-O, pilot: Cpt. E.B. ‘’Blackie’’ Travis, 12th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 67th Tactical Reconnaissance Group, Middle Wallop, England, spring 1944. F-6C-1-NA Mustang, 43-12404/266, 26th Fighter Squadron, 51st Fighter Group, China 1944-45. F-6C-5-NT Mustang, 42-103604/600, pilot: Maj. E.O. McComas, 118th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 23rd Fighter Group, Chengkung China, October 1944.