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Testors M7 Priest - US Army / British Army / 1960 West German Army, 1/35, 801

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Good-

$39   

Well molded and detailed with over 250 parts. Features moving suspension, elevating main gun, elevating and rotating machine gun, commander figure and decals for the three countries listed. Never started. The parts are still in the internal factory sealed bags and includes decals and instructions. The box is stained but the decals are not stained and are in 'excellent++' condition.

Azur Farman SNCAC NC-223.4 - Jules Verne The First Bomber To Hit Berlin / Le Verrier / Camille Flammarion - (NC223 4), 1/32, AIR006

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Exc+

$155   

Rare. Beautifully molded with all fine recessed surface detail, very good cockpit and crew station and more. Includes paint guide and decals for well-known aircraft. Le Verrier is in the colors of Air France from 1942, Camille Flammarion also from Air France 1942 and Jules Verne as converted into a bomber by French Naval Aviation for a night mission over Berlin June 6/7 1940. Never started. The parts are still in the internal factory sealed bags and includes decals and instructions. From website weasponsandwarfair.com: The 223.4s were stationed at the Lenvéoc-Poulmic airfield, which became their operational base during the German offensive starting on May 10, 1940. The first mission took place on the night of May 13-14, in which the “Jules Verne” bombed the railway junctions of Aachen and Maastricht. Other missions followed to bombard Middelburg and other cities. The idea of an attack over Berlin was a retaliation for operation “Paula”: A German bombing operation against military target aside and in Paris. But bombing Paris as the Germans was way easier than bombing Berlin as the French; German lines were now just a few tens of kilometers from the capital, and while German Bombers were able to benefit from fighter escort, the French bombers couldn’t. However, Corvette Captain Henri Laurent Daillière was not a man to cancel such an operation because of his fear. The Jules Verne took off in the afternoon of the 7th of June, in order to arrive over Berlin in the middle of the night. It carried not only eight 250kg bombs, but also eighty 10kg incendiary bombs, stored in the fuselage. Going all the way through the North Sea, Denmark, and the Baltic sea, and using the city of Stettin (nowadays Szczecin, Poland) to find its way and turn to the right direction, the Farman managed to reach Berlin. In order to not be detected, it performed a fake landing preparation for Tempelhof airfield, making the Germans believe it was one of their aircraft. Flying at just 350 Km/h and at an altitude of just 100 meters, the Jules Verne finally found its target; it did not perform a terror raid, but an attack against a valid target: The Siemens factory of Berlin’s suburbs. As the aircraft dropped its payload (a long process; the eighty incendiary bombs had to be hand-dropped by two men), German anti-air artillery started to open fire; but the Jules Verne, after dropping all of its bombs (and the shoe of the bombardier, Corneillet, perhaps as a last “**** you” to Hitler) managed to escape, and safely landed at Orly airfield, near Paris, without having suffered significant damages. It safely landed at Orly airfield, near Paris, on the 8th of June morning, after eleven hour and forty minutes of flight; French newspapers did all relate the events, which ended up being an important propaganda success in the dark hours of June 1940. This was the first bombing of Berlin during the Second World War, months before the British made their first attempts (which would end more tragically) Following this action, Daillière and his crew were condemned to Death by Nazi Germany, and treated as pirates; to this they responded, in the pure tradition of Surcouf or Duguay-Trouin, that they were in fact corsairs.

RPM PzKpfw 734(r), 1/35, 35039

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed NM

$22   

Still factory sealed. This is an injection molded kit that includes PE details.

Eastern Express Swimming Tank PT-76B, 1/35, 35171

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed VG

$24   

Still factory sealed but the seal has split.

Italeri Magirus RSO/03 Towing Pak 40, 1/35, 361

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed NM

$29   

Still factory sealed. Very nicely detailed and includes the tractor and field gun.

Italeri Self-Propelled M109A2 Howitzer - 2/41st Field Artillery US 3rd Infantry Division Germany 1977 or US National Guard 1983, 1/35, 239

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Good-

$69   

Very well molded and detailed kit that features over 200 parts, flexible treads, hinged recoil spades, hinged barrel travel lock, rotating turret, optional position hatches, decals and paint guide for two versions and more. The kit has never been started. Inventoried 100% complete including decals and instructions.

Dragon Sd.Kfz.2/2 Kleines Kettenkrad With Sch. Feldkable, 1/35, 6128

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed NM

$25   

Still factory sealed. Well detailed armor model with 379 pieces, cable laying apparatus and three figures.

Maquette Valentine IV - British Infantry Tank MkIII, 1/35, MQ3550

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed Exc

$24   

Still factory sealed.

Dragon 3cm Flak 38/103 Jaboschreck With Trailer, 1/35, 6353

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed NM

$27   

Still factory sealed. Very highly detailed and features over 190 pieces, bonus photo-etched gunners shield, bonus preformed photoetched gun shields, three brass sheets of PE details, optional fenders for trailer, elevating cannon, realistic hand wheels, ammo boxes and more. Includes decals.

Trumpeter Chinese Main Battle Tank 85-II AP - Motorized, 1/35, MM-00302

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: VG

$34   

Well detailed model that has realistic motorized track drive through the rear sprocket. The motorizing hardware consisting of the battery box, contacts, wiring, switch, motor and gear box are factory-installed into the lower hull. The model features rotating turret, elevating gun, realistic engine cooling screen material, two figures and more. Never started. The parts are still in the internal factory sealed bags and includes decals and instructions.

Trumpeter Chinese WZ551 Amphibian Armoured Vehicle, 1/35, LT-02003

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed VG

$24   

Still factory sealed.

Trumpeter Chinese WZ901 Wheeled Security Vehicle, 1/35, 00329

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed VG

$22   

Still factory tape sealed.

Trumpeter Chinese 152mm Type 83 Self-Propelled Howitzer, 1/35, 00305

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed VG

$26   

Still factory sealed. Features 353 pieces. This is a 'special edition' with engine detail.

Revell Marder III - 75mm Tank Cracker - 23rd Panzer Division / 90th Panzer Division / 71st Infantry Division, 1/35, H2101

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Good

$24   

1976 issue. Very highly detailed with many moving and working features. Contains decals for three different tanks. The kit has never been started. It has been inventoried complete with all parts and includes decals and instructions.

Monogram Sherman M4A1 Tank Screamin Mimi - With T34 Rocket Launcher, 1/32, 4200

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Good-

$69   

1975 first issue. Very well molded kit that is highly detailed. Can be built as a standard Sherman or with the rocket launcher. Features revolving turret, elevating 75mm cannon, T34 Calliope rocket launcher that moves in unison with the cannon. Includes driver, two crew and full decals. The kit has never been started. The parts that were factory sealed are still in the sealed bags. The parts that were not factory sealed have been inventoried complete including decals and instructions.

Otaki German Army 75mm Assault Gun III - Motorized, 1/35, OT4-18

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Good

$54   

Nicely detailed scale model designed for realistic track drive. Includes a RE-26 Mabuchi motor, metal gearbox with nylon gears, all motorizing hardware and flexible tracks (which are still good). Never started. All of the plastic parts and the motor are still in the internal factory sealed bags and includes decals and instructions.

Maquette Aufklarungspanzer German Sd.Kfz. 140/1 Light Tank, 1/35, MQ3543

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed Exc

$27   

Still factory sealed.

Unicraft Martin-Baker Tankbuster, 1/72

Resin Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed NM

$38   

Still factory tape sealed. Rare. Nicely detailed, limited-run resin kit. the following history is from www.plane-encyclopedia.com: In early 1942, the Royal Air Force began seeking a new ground-attack aircraft that would replace the 40mm-armed Hawker Hurricane Mk.IID. An order was officially placed on March 7th for a specialized ground attacker that would be used against a multitude of targets including ground units, enemy aircraft, transports/shipping, and a main focus on destroying tanks. To accomplish the destruction of the aforementioned targets, the aircraft was meant to use more heavier guns than the Hurricane Mk.IID. Alternative weapon arrangements included: three 40mm Vickers S cannons, four 20mm Hispano Mk.V cannons, a combination of two 20mm with two 40mm cannons, six unguided rocket (RP) racks with two 20mm cannons or one 47mm Vickers gun with two 20mm cannons. Two 500Ibs bombs could also be added. The expected speed for the design had to reach at least 280mph (450 km/h) at 3,000ft (900 m). Visibility was also a necessity and forward view had to be unobstructed and clear. Full production was to be expected by 1944. The programs would be overseen by the Air Staff. Over 10 different designs by several aircraft companies were subsequently created for this program. A majority of them were of unorthodox design. Armstrong-Whitworth (AW.49) and Boulton-Paul (P.99) both created twin boom designs. Boulton-Paul also submitted a canard design labelled P.100 and a biplane design labelled P.101, the latter being seen as a safe alternative to the radical canard and twin boom designs prevalent through the program. Perhaps the most interesting of the designs was the submission by Martin-Baker. At the time of its submission, Martin Baker had been working steadily on their MB.5 project, which would eventually become one of the best performing piston aircraft built by Britain, but this wouldn’t be completed until 1944. Their design for the ground attacker was submitted several months after the order was given by the Air Staff and was only named the “Tankbuster”. Martin Baker’s concept was for a twin boom design that deviated extensively from the given requirements. The aircraft was armed with a single 6-pounder (57mm) cannon, and the aircraft would be completely encased in 1/2-inch armor. The armor itself weighed 4,900Ibs (2,200kg).The project wasn’t very impressive nor reasonable in the eyes of the Air Staff, especially compared to the other designs in the program. Its single large-caliber gun extremely limited its target range and it would only have been able to attack one of six predicted target types the program requested. The aircraft lacked any other offensive or defensive armament and would rely on its armor alone to protect itself, a gambit that other designs in the program resolved by following the armaments listed by the Air Staff. Attempts to add more ordnance such as additional guns, rockets or bombs to the wings would have added too much stress on the airframe. The main feature of the aircraft was the root of its problems, its gun. The gun itself couldn’t be removed from the airframe and an aircraft going into battle with a single weapon would be inefficient for resources. The Tankbuster didn’t meet the armament expectations and fell under the expected speed by 10mph (16 km a h). On April 15th, 1943, Air Marshall F J Linnell (who was a good friend of James Martin, a founder of the company) advised Martin-Baker to drop development of the Tankbuster in favor of continuing work on the more successful MB.5 project going on at the same time. Near the later days of April 1943, the Air Staff brought the program the Tankbuster was designed for to an end. They concluded that, at the time, developing and producing an entirely new ground attack aircraft would impede the current war programs and that the submissions were too specialized in design compared to modifying aircraft already being produced for ground attack duties.

Revell RSO/03 And 7.5cm Pak 40 - 21 PzDiv Normandie 1944 / Dasburg Feb 1945 / Russland Winter 1945 / Franzosische Armee Winter 1945, 1/35, 03067

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed VG

$34   

Still factory 'round tape' sealed. 2007 issue that has 243 pieces, is well detailed and includes the tractor and field gun. Includes a paint guide and decals for the four vehicles listed.

Revell s.W.S. And 3.7 cm Flak 43 - German Army First Production Vehicle Dec 1943 / Flak Regiment Hermann Goring Div 1943-45 / Eastern Front Germany Spring 1945 / Ammuntion Carrier - (SWS), 1/35, 03066

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed Exc

$34   

Still factory 'round tape' sealed. 2007 issue that is highly detailed with 393 pieces. Includes a paint guide and decals for the four vehicles listed.