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Collect-Aire Lockheed F-90 Penetration Fighter, 1/48, 4851

Resin Model Kit,   Box Condition: NM

$239   

Very, very rare, out of production and #42 of a limited edition produced. Features high quality resin and metal parts with a detailed cockpit, very fine recessed surface detail, full color decals for different versions and instructions. The kit has never been started. Inside the kit is still exactly as it came from the factory - all the small parts are still in factory sealed bags, and the larger parts are wrapped in the original white tissue. With decals and instructions.

Collect-Aire Lockheed F-94C Starfire with Reheat RH057 PE Detail Set, 1/48, 4840

Resin Model Kit,   Box Condition: NM

$95   

Includes Reheat PE super detail set with instructions- never used and complete. This set is for the A/B variants but almost all of it can be used with this model. Rare and out of production kit, #89 of a limited edition produced. Features high quality resin and metal parts with a detailed cockpit, very fine recessed surface detail, full color decals for different versions and instructions. The kit has never been started. Inside the kit is still exactly as it came from the factory - all the small parts are still in factory sealed bags, and the larger parts are wrapped in the original white tissue. With decals and instructions.

Collect-Aire McDonnell XP-67 Moonbat, 1/48, 4863

Resin Model Kit,   Box Condition: Exc++

$245   

Very, very rare, out of production and #103 of a limited edition produced. Features high quality resin and metal parts with a detailed cockpit, very fine recessed surface detail, full color decals for different versions and instructions. The kit has never been started. Inside the kit is still exactly as it came from the factory - all the small parts are still in factory sealed bags, and the larger parts are wrapped in the original white tissue. With decals and instructions.

Rogers Motor Company Studebaker M-29 C Weasel - Army Personnel and Cargo Carrier, 1/12, 29C

Multimedia Model Kit,   Box Condition: Good-

$90   

Rare, large 1/12 scale highly pre-fabricated kit from 1945. Very high quality wood and metal scale Weasel measuring 10.5 inches long when assembled. Features pre-cut and precarved hardwood parts for the main body and deck fittings, completely formed bogie wheels, die-cut fibre bogie chassis, numerous other very thick fibre parts, metal screen and metal stock as needed, complete interior, numerous other die cut parts, completely formed tread links, clear windshield, full decals and much more. Rogers spent a significant amount of time on the 'Photo-Plan' instructions, providing photos for each step and detailed text, full size plans and parts list. The kit has never been started. Inventoried as good as possible and appears complete with all parts, decals and full instructions with plans. There are no part numbers and assembly is by the plans; so inventory is very difficult at best. All the major parts are there but a small (easily made) wood part or two may have been overlooked. Rogers was an early producer of miniature gas engines for free-flight and early radio control model kits and often had large adds for these engines in hobby magazines. The full company name on the box is listed as 'Rogers Motor Company Detroit Michigan' and the 'Scale Model Division' is listed as Tawas City, Michigan. Right at the end of WWII, Rogers made a very short journey into kit manufacturing. As you would expect from an engine manufacture, the kits were all true scale, highly prefabricated, had excellent detail and were fairly complicated. Rogers produced at least four kits - the 40MM AA Gun and Carriage (1/16 scale), Army Weasel, LST and an amazing, huge scale Sherman M4 tank with over 780 parts. These kits were likely produced in that order, with the LST being released around late 1945/early 1946. I have seen several of these kits built and they make excellent displays. And thanks to kit builder and collector Fran Fierko for some new and important kit history! Fran was able to track down the son of the designer of the five Rogers kits. Mr. John Hoenle Jr. was a master model builder who received a deferment from the draft in WWI to build recognition models for the military- some of which may still be on display at Wright-patterson AFB in Ohio. Mr. Hoenle is believed to have designed one other early kit, a civilian Chris Craft cabin cruiser. It is unknown if this kit was issued or not. Mr. Hoenle left Rogers to design promo models for Jo-Han, which is famous for their 1950s line of car kits.