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Revell Avro Shackleton MR.3, 1/72, 04101

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: VG+

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Ex Frog molds. Well detailed model with rotating props, moveable ailerons, rudders, and flaps. Can be built with gear up or down and radome extended or retracted. 20 inch wingspan. Markings for two RAF versions. Never started. Factory sealed bag or inventoried 100% complete with all parts, decals and instructions.

Tamiya Honda F-1 Racer Motorized Bagged, 1/12, 13

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: VG+

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From ex-IMAI. Very highly detailed. Original issue features operating independent suspension on all four wheels, parts molded in ivory, chrome, silver, black and real rubber, fully assembled metal gear box, adjustable front wheel steering, fully detailed engine, and completely detailed cockpit. Requires RE-14 Mabuchi motor (not included). Never started. Missing the following parts: (2) #64 front rim wheel backs, (1) #151(small exhaust union) and decal that says 'Ginther'. Otherwise inventoried complete with all parts, decals, hardware (switches, gearbox, gears, springs, etc) and instructions.

Bandai USS Voyager NCC-74656 (Intrepid Class) Federation Starship, 1/850, 0121434-8500

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: NM

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Discontinued and hard to find. This is an amazing kit, please read carefully. All parts are precision and professionally painted. All hull shading, markings and details are perfectly duplicated. All markings (example: NCC-74656) are all painted also. The paint job is flawless and stunning. There are a few detailed photos of the dozens and dozens of parts . The entire hull, saucer and warp engines are lit internally with the included lighting kit. The amazing part is that the model was designed from the ground up to be lit, so it has the following features: parts are molded in black plastic or have the inside surfaces painted so there is no light bleed through - there are numerous clear plastic light diffusers so the lighting is distributed evenly for a perfect effect. Where special effects are needed with lighting, such as the warp engines or navigational deflector, the pattern is molded into the clear piece and if needed, the clear is tinted blue, etc for the proper effect. The base holds the batteries. All parts are very carefully factory sealed so there are no scratches. The assembled model is 16.2 inches long. Never started. All items in original factory sealed. Complete.

Esoteric Great Lakes BG-1 & XB2G-1, 1/72, NAF35

Vacuform Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed

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During its short existence (1928-1936) the Great Lakes Aircraft Corporation had only one type achieve series production, the BG-1. It was designed as a scout and dive bomber and was very well liked by those who flew it. The range was a bit shorter than desired with a 1000 lb, so Great Lakes designed the XB2G-1, which was a greatly modified BG-1 that carried the bomb internally among other changes. However when it was ready for testing, there were much better performers for the dive bombing task. Very high quality kit with metal parts, full decals and molding that rival or surpass injection molded parts in detail. Includes full interior detail. Still factory sealed.

Italian Wings Saiman 202 Italian Trainer, 1/72

Resin Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed

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Complete kit. High quality resin castings and vac canopy. Recessed detail. Still factory sealed.

Dujin Resins Gourdou-Leseurre GL.832.Hy (GL-832), 1/72, DA 72 74

Resin Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed

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French Navy 1930s shipboard two-man scout. Smaller version of the 810 series scout, intended for smaller naval vessels. 23 built. Still sealed. Very finely cast with recessed detail.

Dujin Resins Fairey Fox Mk. VI / VIII, 1/72, DA26

Resin Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed

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Belgian Air Force 1930s fighter. Superb detail; very well molded. All parts still factory sealed.

Contrail Vickers Vildebeest / Vincent, 1/72

Vacuform Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed

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RAF 1930s torpedo bomber. Features very fine vac molded main parts with injection molded details and full decals. Builds many versions: Vildebeest I, II, III, IV and Vincent. Still sealed.

CMK Renard R-31, 1/72, 177

Resin Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed

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Designed by Alfred Renard, the R-31 was designed to replace the Belgian Air Force Breguet XIX. The aircraft was a success, as it was sturdy but had some poor flight characteristics due to the heavy Rolls Royce Kestrel powerplant. 34 total aircraft were ordered and the remainder flew 40 missions when the German invasion hit. The R-31 was the only Belgian design to see combat in WWII. Still sealed. Very high quality resin castings.

Welsh Avro York C.Mk1, 1/144, PJW52

Vacuform Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed

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Very successful RAF heavy transport and airliner. Famous for it's roll in the Berlin Airlift. Still sealed. Very high quality vac kit with recessed panel lines, cast details and full decals. Quality is equal or higher than injection molding.

Welsh Short S.23 C Class Empire Flying Boat, 1/144, Y01

Vacuform Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed

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Famous 1930s Imperial Airways airliner with an impressive safety record or worldwide travel. Includes metal details, high quality moldings and full decals for Canopus and Capella. Quality is equal or higher than injection molding.

Execuform Seversky BT-8, 1/72

Vacuform Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed

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Late 1930s Army Air Corps aircraft. Still sealed. Basic vac kit.

Execuform Fairchild AT-21 Gunner, 1/72

Vacuform Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed

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Still factory sealed.

Execuform TIMM Aeromold N2T-1 Tutor, 1/72

Vacuform Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed

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The N2T-1 was a Navy/Marines basic trainer in the 1930s and was the worlds first 'plastic airplane'. The Nuyon patent process utilized cross-grain spruce and birch veneers impregnated with pheno-formalydehyde and vacuum baked to create complete airframe components. This was the 'Aeromold' process. 262 were built. In the south, termites were a problem and acrobatics were prohibited due to possible structural weakness. Still sealed.

Contrail Fairy Gordon Mk.I or Mk.II, 1/72

Vacuform Model Kit,   Box Condition: VG

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The Gordon was a two-man general purpose RAF Day bomber. Developed from the Fairey III series, the Gordon used a more powerful Armstrong Siddeley Panther radial instead of the in-line Napier Lion. Deliveries started in 1931 and production ran through 1934. The design was considered successful and 160 were build. Another 30 Mk. IIIs were converted to Gordons. The Gordon saw extensive use at home and overseas. Two home squadrons took part in the Abyssianian crisis of 1935 and made the flight to the Middle East. Parts for both aircraft are included in the kit, as well as decals. Complete and never started. Includes airfoil shaped strut stock and metal details parts.

Contrail Saunders-Roe S.36 Lerwick, 1/72

Vacuform Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed

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The Lerwick was a all metal flying boat powered by two Hercules engines. Initial versions had twin stabilizers and rudders. Designed for long patrols, she was armed with three powered turrets and a variety of weapons. The Lerwick was found to be aerodynamically unstable, even with the addition of a single large vertical fin. Because of this, it was not used much and only 21 were built. The PBY was found to be a much easier platform to fly, and the last Lerwick patrol was in 1943. Contains vac main parts with injection molded and metal detail parts. Still sealed.

Contrail A.V. Roe Manchester, 1/72

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: VG+

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The Manchester was an RAF bomber which entered service in November of 1940 with 207th Squadron. The design was sound but the Vulture engines were troublesome. Engine failures, fires and unserviceability made it unpopular with crews. AV Roe was quick to solve this problem and wasted no time in replacing the Vulture with the Merlin - creating the Manchester Mk III - the prototype Lancaster. Main vac airframe parts with clear parts and injection molded and metal details. Comes with full decals. Unstarted and complete.

Contrail Fairey Hendon, 1/72

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: VG++

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The Hendon was a RAF night bomber created in response to 1927 Air Ministry specs to replace the Virginia. The Hendon was a large twin engine monoplane of metal construction with fabric covering, making it the first all metal structure monoplane in the RAF. Fairey was no stranger to this type of aircraft, having already made several large monoplanes for record attempts. But the monoplane design was just too new for the minds in the Air Ministry and they opted for twin engine Heyford biplanes instead. 14 Hendons were built for the 38 Squadron. Vac kit with metal detail parts and full decals/instructions. Complete and never started.

Joe Ott Douglas Dauntless SBD 27 inch Wingspan Flying Model, 2705

Wood Model Kit,   Box Condition: Fair

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The 1930s were the classic age of the stick and tissue balsa models, and the Joe Ott kits were one of the most famous. Loaded with deluxe features, the 'Flying Battle Plane' kits had large wingspans and the new 'Ott-O-Formers' to reduce building time and make 'better sturdier planes'. This kit is 100% complete and unstarted. The back of the box shows typical contents and special features of the kits.

Entex K5Y2 Japanese Imperial Navy Trainer Type 93 Willow, 1/48, 8510

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed Mint

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Still factory sealed. Well detailed. Includes metal guy wires.