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Aeroclub Watts Wooden 2 Blade Propeller - 8' Diameter Left Hand, 1/72, P012

Metal Model Kit,   Box Condition: Bagged

$3   

Precision cast all-metal propeller. An ideal upgrade for your kit and superior in detail to plastic props. Never used and complete.

Aeroclub Airscrew Company Wood 2 Blade Propellers (3) - 12' Right Hand, 1/72, P076

Metal Model Kit,   Box Condition: Bagged

$5   

Three precision cast all-metal propellers. An ideal upgrade for your kit and superior in detail to plastic props. Never used and complete.

Lead Sled RAF Torpedo Handling Trolley and Torpedo - Bagged, 1/72

Metal Model Kit,   Box Condition: Bagged

$8   

Highly detailed precision cast metal parts. Includes full trolley and torpedo. Appears to be complete; did not come with instructions. Comes in a plastic bag; does not include paper header card.

Aurora MG TD Sports Car, 1/32, 511-49

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Good+

$78   

From 1958. Hard-to-find second issue with classic artwork. From ex-Advanced molds. Kit features good outline, very good interior with seats, dash board, steering wheel and column and floor with carpet texture, convertible top cover, gas tank and filler cap, front and rear bumpers and real rubber tires. Molded in a bright gloss red. The kit has never been started. It has been inventoried complete with all parts and includes instructions.

Aurora Avro CF-105 Arrow, 1/80, 124-129

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Good++

$95   

1958 hardbox issue with fantastic Jo Kotula artwork. For the time, this was a very nice kit with good detail. Molded in white and clear with the Aurora 'Triangle World' transparent base. The kit has never been started. Inventoried 100% complete with all parts, decals and instructions.

Aurora DeHavilland DH-4 (DH4) With Aurora Glue, 1/48, 112-98

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: VG

$55   

First issue dated 1957 with classic Jo Kotula artwork. Contains a small, unopened tube of Aurora cement. Part of the famous WWI 1/48 scale series of aircraft that Aurora issued starting in 1956. Molded in the correct gloss olive drab and black with the ground base. The kit has never been started. Inventoried 100% complete including decals and instructions.

Testors 1934 Rolls-Royce Phantom II Cabriolet, 1/24, 833

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Good+

$42   

Over 150 parts featuring special high-lift camshaft engine, full drive train, chassis and suspension detail, complete interior and optional tops and windows rolled up or down. The kit has never been started. NOTE: missing two gear shift levers, #67 & #68. Can be easily made. Inventoried with all other parts and instructions present.

Dubena Douglas DC-7 Sabena, 1/230, 3298

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: VG

$24   

Very nicely detailed small-scale kit. Features recessed and raised detail, full landing gear and Sabena decals. The kit has never been started. The parts are still in the internal factory sealed bags and includes decals and instructions.

KVZ MI-6 Hook Aeroflot Helicopter, 1/75

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: VG+

$44   

Older box art version from about 1972. Rare and very large close-to-1/72 Aeroflot 'Hook.' For KVZ this is a very well done kit with recessed and raised detail, full glass for all windows and a large and colorful decal sheet including the side window outlines and striping. Could be made Russian Army but you must furnish your own red stars and numbers. Molded in gloss white, black and clear. Includes two original KVZ metal cement tube (never opened) and KVZ inspection tag. The internal cardboard packing material is present also. The kit has never been started. It has been inventoried complete with all parts and includes decals and instructions.

Lindberg Japanese Fighter-Mitsubishi A5M2 Zero, 1/45, 514-79

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Good+

$59   

From 1955 and purchased on 2/27/56. First issue hardbox with script logo and Ray Gaedke illustration. Box originally had the lower price extension on the part number, but has been factory blacked-out and changed to '79.' The kit has never been started. NOTE: missing stand base. Otherwise inventoried with all other parts, decals and instructions. Lindberg is a company with a fascinating history The original 'Lindberg Line' stretches back to the 1930s when Paul Lindberg drew plans for famous modeling magazines and marketed his balsa wood 'stick and tissue' by urging dealers to carry the '...Complete Lindberg Line'. After the war, Lindberg and Olsen had a strong hand in early United States injection molded kit development. Please see the article located on this website about early USA plastic kit manufactures.

Revell Chance Vought F8U-1 Crusader 'S' Kit - (F8U1), 1/67, H250-89

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Exc++

$98   

The first issue of this classic kit, from 1956 in the 'S' box. The box has like-new color and gloss on the top and all four sides. All four corners are solid and original, there are no price tags or marks and the only tape is the factory sealing tape on the long sides and bottom. Light general wear as shown is the only flaw. The kit features optional position folded wings, pilot, rotating wheels and two piece canopy. Molded in the correct light gloss gray and clear with the famous 'Swivel Base Display Stand.' The kit has never been started. It has been inventoried complete with all parts and includes excellent decals and instructions.

Airfix DHC-2 Beaver - USAF or RAF Floats/ Skis/ Wheels, 1/72, 03017-7

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Good-

$36   

1970s Type Four logo issue. Has decals for RAF or USAF versions. Has optional parts for wheels, floats or skis. Very nicely molded with full interior and excellent details. The kit has never been started. NOTE: missing one float version 'V' strut. All 'land based' parts are present It has been inventoried with all other parts present and includes decals and instructions. The instructions have a little bit of paint on them but it will not interfere with assembly.

Hobby Craft Vampire FB9 Desert Fighter - Iraqi or Zimbabwe Markings, 1/48, HC1550

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: VG+

$32   

Nicely molded with recessed panel lines, good cockpit, twin underwing external tanks, detailed landing gear and a full paint guide and decals for both countries. The kit has never been started. It has been inventoried complete with all parts and includes decals and instructions.

Hawk Laird Solution Racer - with Racing Pylon Stand, 1/48, 628-60

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Good

$26   

Softbox issue dated 1962 with great Bill Campbell box artwork. Very nicely molded kit for that time with excellent fit, fine recessed panel lines and raised rib lines. Includes Pylon Racing Stand that is ideal for a 1930 racing diorama. Never started. Inventoried with all parts, decals and instructions present. The Laird Solution won the first official Thompson Trophy Race in 1930 at the Curtiss-Wright Reynolds Airport in Chicago. The Laird was the only Biplane to win the Thompson and it beat all the military aircraft. Charles 'Speed' Holman was the pilot and was the first civilian to attain a speed over 200 mph in a closed course event nationally. E. M. Laird Airplane Company built the aircraft for BF Goodrich. Construction began only 3 weeks before the race. There was only one 10 minute trial flight before the aircraft won the race.

Lindberg Navy R4Y Samaritan (Navy C-131 Convair 340), 1/165, 458-49

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed NM

$69   

Still factory sealed and in investment-grade 'near mint' condition. Late 1950s Cellovision issue with Ray Gaedke box artwork. The box is as fresh as if it were just unpacked from the factory shipping container. The the color and gloss are as new, there are no price tags or tape or any marks from either. Most importantly, there is no crushing and no creases. The Military version of the famous Convair Airliners. Features decals for Navy R4Y. Can be built as civil Convair 340 but modeler will have to provide his own decals.

Matchbox Curtiss SB2C-1 Helldiver - VB-4 (Hornet) or VB-17 (Bunker Hill) - (SB2C1), 1/72, PK104

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed VG++

$26   

Still factory sealed. From 1986. includes color paint guide and markings for either Navy aircraft from 1943.

Matchbox Heinkel He-115 - Finnish or Luftwaffe, 1/72, PK401

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Good+

$39   

Includes markings for Finnish LeLv 46 1942, Luftwaffe 1/Kustenfliegergruppe 706 Denmark 1940 and 1/Kustenfliegergruppe 406 Tromso Norway 1942. The last group took part in the attacks on Convoy PQ17 in June/July of 1942 in which 23 of 36 vessels were sunk by air attack and U-boats. The kit has never been started. Inventoried 100% complete including decals and instructions.

Orange Crush-Revell 1915 Ford Model T Sedan - Bagged, 1/32

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Bagged

$29   

Very rare kit with a fascinating history. Around 1958/59, Orange Crush of Mexico offered a promotion. They offered free, colorful, plastic model cars if you collected correctly-marked Orange Crush bottle caps. The models are 1/32 scale Revell Highway Pioneer series - although there is no mention of Revell or Lodela anywhere on the box. Orange Crush had the boxes and even the instructions specially made for them with no mention of a manufacture. They were never given part numbers. The kit has never been started. It has been inventoried complete with all parts and includes the correct instructions. You could redeem your caps two ways - at the Orange Crush truck and at a Modelandia Hobby House. Orange Crush also released two full-color booklets and a complete paint set for the cars. A colorful cardboard box held 7 colors of paint in glass bottles, complete with 'Orange Crush' screw-on caps! The entire promotion was done in coordination with Modelandia Hobby House which had up to 19 stores. Modelandia's name appears on each of the boxes and the paint as well. Robina S.A. was the bottler or distributor of Orange Crush in Mexico at that time. The box side lists the other 18 kits with small color pictures of each and shows three sizes of OC - Family Size (Familiar), Grand (Grande) and Normal. You could also obtain models with Titan bottle caps. Titan was also bottled by Robina and came in large (Titan) and smaller (Titancito) sizes and apparently more than one flavor. We do not know how Orange Crush had access to the plastic kits or who sealed the internal bags with the Crush instructions inside them. We can assume that it may have been Lodela, since they would have had access to the Revell molds. It is not know for how long the promotion lasted, but Orange Crush was one of the most dominant soft drinks in Mexico at that time. Here is one clue: some boxes claim that Modelandia had 13 locations; other boxes, which obviously came later on, claim 19 locations. This may indicate that this promotion went on for a significant amount of time.

Orange Crush-Revell 1915 Ford Model T Sedan - Bagged, 1/32

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Bagged

$22   

Very rare kit with a fascinating history. Around 1958/59, Orange Crush of Mexico offered a promotion. They offered free, colorful, plastic model cars if you collected correctly-marked Orange Crush bottle caps. The models are 1/32 scale Revell Highway Pioneer series - although there is no mention of Revell or Lodela anywhere on the boxes. Orange Crush had the boxes and even the instructions specially made for them with no mention of a manufacture. They were never given part numbers. NOTE: there is no assembly, but one driving lantern has been painted. There is no other painting. It has been inventoried complete with all parts and includes photocopied instructions. You could redeem your caps two ways - at the Orange Crush truck and at a Modelandia Hobby House. Orange Crush also released two full-color booklets and a complete paint set for the cars. A colorful cardboard box held 7 colors of paint in glass bottles, complete with 'Orange Crush' screw-on caps! The entire promotion was done in coordination with Modelandia Hobby House which had up to 19 stores. Modelandia's name appears on each of the boxes and the paint as well. Robina S.A. was the bottler or distributor of Orange Crush in Mexico at that time. The box side lists the other 18 kits with small color pictures of each and shows three sizes of OC - Family Size (Familiar), Grand (Grande) and Normal. You could also obtain models with Titan bottle caps. Titan was also bottled by Robina and came in large (Titan) and smaller (Titancito) sizes and apparently more than one flavor. We do not know how Orange Crush had access to the plastic kits or who sealed the internal bags with the Crush instructions inside them. We can assume that it may have been Lodela, since they would have had access to the Revell molds. It is not know for how long the promotion lasted, but Orange Crush was one of the most dominant soft drinks in Mexico at that time. Here is one clue: some boxes claim that Modelandia had 13 locations; other boxes, which obviously came later on, claim 19 locations. This may indicate that this promotion went on for a significant amount of time.

Orange Crush-Revell 1910 Studebaker Cupe Electro (Electric Coupe) - Bagged, 1/32

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Bagged

$38   

This kit is still in the factory sealed bag and includes the correct Orange Crush instructions. Very rare kit with a fascinating history. Around 1958/59, Orange Crush of Mexico offered a promotion. They offered free, colorful, plastic model cars if you collected correctly-marked Orange Crush bottle caps. The models are 1/32 scale Revell Highway Pioneer series - although there is no mention of Revell or Lodela anywhere on the boxes. Orange Crush had the boxes and even the instructions specially made for them with no mention of a manufacture. They were never given numbers. You could redeem your caps two ways - at the Orange Crush truck and at a Modelandia Hobby House. The box sides show the 18 cars in the series. Orange Crush also released two full-color booklets and a complete paint set for the cars. A colorful cardboard box held 7 colors of paint in glass bottles, complete with 'Orange Crush' screw-on caps! The entire promotion was done in coordination with Modelandia Hobby House which had up to 19 stores. Modelandia's name appears on each of the boxes and the paint as well. Robina S.A. was the bottler or distributor of Orange Crush in Mexico at that time. The box side lists the other 18 kits with small color pictures of each and shows three sizes of OC - Family Size (Familiar), Grand (Grande) and Normal. You could also obtain models with Titan bottle caps. Titan was also bottled by Robina and came in large (Titan) and smaller (Titancito) sizes and apparently more than one flavor. We do not know how Orange Crush had access to the plastic kits or who sealed the internal bags with the Crush instructions inside them. We can assume that it may have been Lodela, since they would have had access to the Revell molds. It is not know for how long the promotion lasted, but Orange Crush was one of the most dominant soft drinks in Mexico at that time. Here is one clue: some boxes claim that Modelandia had 13 locations; other boxes, which obviously came later on, claim 19 locations. This may indicate that this promotion went on for a significant amount of time.