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ITC USS Oregon BB3 Battleship Motorized - (Indiana Class), 1/225, 3680-369

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: VG+

$149   

Rare motorized version from the late 1950s. Features geared, dual-prop electric drive for operation in water. A big 1/225 scale kit that was well detailed for that time. Molded in ivory, medium gray and off-white. The kit has never been started. The two bags of motorizing parts are still factory sealed. The other parts were never factory sealed but have been inventoried 100% complete including decals, signal flags, and both sets of instructions - one for the standard ship and one for motorizing. The USS Oregon was this country's third battleship and had a famous career in the Spanish American War.

ITC Grumman J2F Duck, 1/50, 3727-98

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Good+

$34   

Well detailed kit for its time. Never started. Inventoried 100% complete with all parts, decals, transparent ice blue display stand and instructions. NOTE: the decals have micro-cracking and light bug damage. The box displays well but has a small area of missing litho on the left side corner.

ITC Mercer Raceabout Motorized Cam-a-Matic with Working Lights, 1/8, 36376-895

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: VG

$325   

The largest injection molded kit ever made of this famous car. From the very early 1960s; features good detail for that time and operates realistically with Cam-a-Matic action. Car moves forward with real motor sound, then begins one of several pre-set steering patterns via one of four cams, stops at selected intervals, then flashes the headlights on then reverses at selected intervals! Measures about 17 inches long when built. Molded in red, black, clear and with plated plastic. Inside the kit is near mint. All internal packing material is present and 'excellent.' All the parts that were factory sealed are still in factory sealed bags. That includes the motor and all metal parts, plated parts, wheels/tires and two bags of red/black parts. The few very large parts and three metal rods what were never factory sealed have been inventoried complete, with an 'excellent' pin-stripe and instrument sticker sheet and 'excellent' instructions. The box displays better than the 'very good' grade but is graded as such due to a closed split on one box bottom corner and one box top corner (right upper side).

ITC Gertrude L. Thebaud Grand Banks Fishing Schooner, 3763-40

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: VG

$14   

NOTE: includes only the Thebaud kit. Normally it also came with a tugboat. The scale is not given but she measures about 4 inches long when built. Nicely detailed for such a small size featuring full hull, molded and separate deck fittings, masts with separate crosstrees, separately molded lifeboats and rolled sails. The kit has never been started. The parts are still in the internal factory sealed 'crinkle' bag and includes instructions.

ITC Martin MB-2 Bomber, 1/78, 3725-98

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Exc

$34   

From the late 1950s/very early 1960s. It is an excellent kit for that time and is still popular today. Molded in dark green and clear. The kit has never been started. It has been inventoried complete with all parts and includes decals and instructions. The famous first bomber to sink a battleship under any circumstances. Billy Mitchell arranged to have the ex-WWI German Battleship Ostfriesland used as target practice for for 6 MB2s, and the ship sank in 25 minutes.

ITC Curtiss Condor - Eastern Air Service or Antarctic Expedition II, 1/84, 3724

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Good++

$39   

ITC was the model manufacturing arm of the giant Ideal Toy Company. Ideal only made plastic models for a very short time in the late 1950s and early 1960s before all production was discontinued. Luckily, they made some great subjects. This Condor is molded in the correct bright orange with blue-tinted clear windows and base. Includes decals for both variants. Never started. Inventoried 100% complete with all parts, decals and instructions.

ITC SS France Ocean Liner - (Norway), 1/450, 3600-4-500

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: VG++

$250   

Very rare. First and only issue from 1963; very shortly after this kit was issued, ITC discontinued all plastic kit production. This is a large 1/450 scale kit of the SS France, one of the most beautiful ocean liners of all time. Very good detail for the time. Features full hull that is 24.75 inches long, 124 parts, 2 winged funnels, 3 anchors, 4 propellers, 2 launches, 20 lifeboats, 2 whaleboats, detailed mast, kingposts and superstructure. Inside, the kit is like new. The kit is molded in black (hull), red (funnels and fittings) and ivory (promenade and superstructure) to minimize painting like in the ITC United States. Kit also includes a beautiful letter (with a color painting of the France on the letterhead) from Georges Croisile, the Commandant of the French Line, introducing the kit and welcoming you onboard the real France one day. The kit has never been started. Almost all parts are still sealed in the factory bags. The red parts are not sealed but have been inventoried complete. Decals, flag sheets and instructions are included.

ITC Stinson Model T Tri-Motor - Eastern Air Service, 1/61, 3722

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: VG

$149   

Rare. This famous early 1930s transport was the primary competition of the Ford Tri-Motor and saw widespread use. It was the idea of E.L. Cord, the money behind the aircraft and the owner of the Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg automobile company. Cord also owned Lycoming, the engines that ended up on the final product. Another of Cord's companies was Century Airlines, which naturally used the aircraft. Century later became part of American Airlines. The Model T was used by many other airlines including Eastern, Delta, Braniff, TWA, United and American when they rolled up Century. The Tri-Motor carried 10 passengers, baggage and of course the mail, which was critical to early airline revenue. The aircraft proved successful and economical to operate. Includes clear windows, interior with passengers and pilots, Eastern Air Service decals and clear blue-tinted display stand. Never started. Inventoried 100% complete with all parts, decals and instructions. The clear parts and decals are still in the factory sealed bag.

ITC Martin MB-2 Bomber, 1/78, 3725-98

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: VG++

$28   

From the late 1950s/very early 1960s. It is an excellent kit for that time and is still popular today. Molded in dark green and clear. The kit has never been started. It has been inventoried complete with all parts and includes decals and instructions. The famous first bomber to sink a battleship under any circumstances. Billy Mitchell arranged to have the ex-WWI German Battleship Ostfriesland used as target practice for for 6 MB2s, and the ship sank in 25 minutes.

ITC Stinson Model T Tri-Motor - Eastern Air Service, 1/61, 3722

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: VG++

$165   

Rare. This famous early 1930s transport was the primary competition of the Ford Tri-Motor and saw widespread use. It was the idea of E.L. Cord, the money behind the aircraft and the owner of the Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg automobile company. Cord also owned Lycoming, the engines that ended up on the final product. Another of Cord's companies was Century Airlines, which naturally used the aircraft. Century later became part of American Airlines. The Model T was used by many other airlines including Eastern, Delta, Braniff, TWA, United and American when they rolled up Century. The Tri-Motor carried 10 passengers, baggage and of course the mail, which was critical to early airline revenue. The aircraft proved successful and economical to operate. Includes clear windows, interior with passengers and pilots, Eastern Air Service decals and clear blue-tinted display stand. Never started. Inventoried 100% complete with all parts, decals and instructions.

ITC Piasecki VZ-8P or 59L Airgeep Aerial Jeep, 1/35, 3674-98

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: VG+

$65   

Well detailed kit from about 1960. The Airgeep was made for the US Army to increase mobility by combining the best of a jeep and helicopter. It traveled at up to 150 miles per hour and could carry several fully equipped troops. Includes three crew members. Has decals for the US Army prototype. Never started. NOTE: missing three ground troops, ground base and #9, very small foot pedals. The pedals can be easily made from strip plastic. Includes decals and instructions.

ITC McDonnell XV-1 Convertiplane, 1/32, 3729-149

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Good-

$29   

Builder kit only, please read carefully. ITC first issue in hardbox. Large 1/32 scale kit. Never started and inventoried with all parts present with decals and instruction. NOTE: right window frame is broken; it is a clean break and an easy fix. However, there is a chip of plastic approximately 1cm x .5cm missing off the fuselage. This unique aircraft was a joint development by the Army and Air Force as a rescue and recon plane. It took off vertically as a helicopter and flew at 200 mph. Jets drive the rotors and a piston engine drives the pusher prop. The jets for the rotors are pressure types located in the blade tip.

ITC Dornier Do-X Flying Boat - (DoX), 1/156, 3721

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Exc

$85   

Famous German Flying Boat of the 1930s. Dornier dreamed that this huge aircraft would become a trans-oceanic airliner. Passenger traveled in ocean-line like luxury. A tour of South and North American was conducted, but orders never materialized due to excessive fuel consumption and a lack of power. The kit has never been started. It has been inventoried complete with all parts and includes decals and instructions.

ITC The Clermont Robert Fulton 1807, 1/124, 3718-198

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: VG+

$129   

Hard-to-find early 1960s kit from the Ideal Toy Company. Well detailed and large scale full hull kit. 19 inches long when built. Never started. Inventoried with all parts, flag sheet and instructions present.

ITC Santa Maria and Mayflower - Precision Miniatures Historical Ship Models, 3756-40

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Poor

$18   

Very nicely molded, small scale kits. Contains both ships. The Mayflower and the Santa Maria are about 3 inches long when assembled and features full hulls, display stands billowing sails and rigging diagrams. The kits has never been started. Inventoried 100% complete including decals and instructions.

ITC F-108 Rapier with Booster and Launching Platform, 1/89, 3663-149

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Exc++++

$2250   

Very rare kit from 1960 in exceptional condition. The box is superb with factory gloss and color, four solid corners, no price tags, factory tape marks only with no tape tears or any litho tears. It is free of creases and 'dishing.' The only wear is a very small amount of corner and edge wear and light scuffs. The box bottom tray is exceptional as well. Very interesting kit with raised and recessed panel line detail. The kit comes with the proposed operating zero-length launching system and fall-away rocket booster. The booster is detachable from the F-108 (if you wish). The aircraft has moving canards and the launcher elevates to launching position then back to storage position. Molded in the correct ivory plastic with metal parts for the elevation mechanism. The kit includes the correct decals and instructions as well. The decals, spring and two metal shafts are still packed in the ITC factory bag. The instructions are excellent with typical yellowing, factory folds only and no tears or edge wear. Inside, the kit is in factory-new condition. It has not been started. It has been inventoried complete with every plastic part, metal part, decals and instructions and even the Ideal Quality 'Inspection Slip.' The F-108 was a proposed interceptor and escort for the B-70 tri-sonic bomber and ITC was quick to capitalize on this new design. The kit was produced quickly and the rest is history. When the F-108 hit the shelves, it did not look like the design. Photos had been released by the US Air Force of the mock-up that were not available when ITC made the molds. This and the cancellation of the F-108 program lead to a very short release life for the Rapier and ITC quickly pulled it from the shelves. NOTE: shipping insurance is required.

ITC Spirit of St. Louis and Wright Brothers Flyer I, 1/110, C-513-50

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: VG+

$18   

Ringo issue - contains both kits. Very nicely molded for small scale models. These were originally ITC models. Ringo was the name ITC used to clear the warehouse of plastic kits. The kit has never been started. Internal factory sealed bag including instructions. Ringo did not put decals with the vast majority of kits.

ITC Soviet PT-76 Amphibious Tank - Motorized, 1/32, 3810-249

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Good

$75   

One of three such Soviet motorized armor plastic model kits released by ITC at the end of the 1950s/early 1960s. The other two are the Rocket Launcher and Personnel Carrier. Includes heavy duty motor and all hardware needed to motorize the tank. Never started: NOTE: kit is missing (1) quantity part #41, a grab iron. The other three are present to help you build one. It is a small grab handle. One bogey wheel pin, #1, is broken but both parts are present. Complete with all other parts, decals, motorizing parts and instructions.

ITC Curtiss Condor, 1/84, 3724

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: VG+

$55   

Includes decals for Eastern Air Service and Antarctic Expedition II. NOTE: kit has assembly. Wings and floats have been assembled. Quality of assembly is excellent. Inventoried 100% complete with all parts, decals and instructions.

ITC Martin MB-2 Bomber, 1/78, 3761 4-98

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed Mint

$45   

Factory sealed but some seal splitting due to age. The famous first bomber to sink a battleship under any circumstances. Billy Mitchell arranged to have the ex-WWI German Battleship Ostfriesland used as target practice for for 6 MB2s, and the ship sank in 25 minutes.