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Unicraft Moskalev Sigma, 1/72

Resin Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed NM

$44   

Rare and out of production. Still factory tape sealed. Nicely detailed, limited-run resin kit. A.S.Moskalev was an outstanding Soviet aircraft designer who created a lot of unconventional projects, many of which were built and successfully flew. The SAM-7 was an extraordinary tailless all-metal aircraft featuring the delta wing with two fins on its edges and a short fuselage with the separate pilot and gunner cockpits. The plane was powered with the M-34 engine (750 hp) cooled by the vaporing radiator in flight. The retractable conventional radiator housed behind the pilot's cockpit was used on low speeds and on take-off. The wooden propeller had four blades. Airplane's armament consisted of four 7.62mm ShKAS machine guns : two above the engine and two flexible - in the gunner's cockpit. The SAM-7 was built in 1934-1935 and was initially tested on the aircraft plant airfield. Despite good characteristics the whole program was canceled by the VVS in favor of the same delta wing tailless bomber K-12 which entered small series production on the same plant a year later.

Revell Supermarine Spitfire Mk II Plus Bf-109G, 1/48, 85-5239

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Good

$27   

SALE!! The one box includes both factory bag sealed kits and clear parts. Includes all instructions and all two decals sheets in 'excellent' to 'near mint' condition.

Aurora Cessna 337 Skymaster - BAGGED, 1/72, 279-70

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Good

$28   

NOTE: this is a bagged kit; there is no box. The box is shown for reference only. 1968 issue of the famous tandem light aircraft that saw civil and military service. After Aurora purchased the Comet molds, they reissued the Comet civil light aircraft line. It appears that Aurora may have been inspired by the Comet kits or sales of the reissues, and they produced several more new molds to add to the line. This Skymaster is one of those kits. Since the model was designed new, it has significantly more detail than the older Comet kits. Features all recessed panel lines, full interior with front and back bulkheads, four bucket seats and instrument panel, clear windows and rotating propellers. The kit has never been started. Inventoried and NOTE: missing the square nose gear door, which is easily made from flat styrene stock. Otherwise complete with all other pieces, decals and instructions. NOTE: decals are 100% complete and in very good condition, but the sheet has been neatly cut into three sections. No transfers were cut.

AV Models Messerschmitt Lippisch Me-334, 1/72, AV7206

Resin Model Kit,   Box Condition: Exc

$42   

Very finely molded in high definition resin and includes cast metal details and photoetched brass parts. Never started. The parts are still in the internal factory sealed bags and includes decals and instructions. From wickiland.com: Alexander Lippisch was noted for designing tailless aircraft, with a certain amount of success. Along similar lines as the rocket-powered Me 163, Lippisch designed a tailless fighter to be powered by a Heinkel turbojet. The slow pace of development of reliable turbojets forced Lippisch to redesign the aircraft to be powered by a single Daimler-Benz DB 605 inverted V-12 piston engine, mounted in the nose and driving a pusher propeller at the rear of the fuselage pod, via an extension shaft. The mid-mounted wings would have been swept back 23.4 degrees, housing the skinny retractable main landing gear with elevons inboard and ailerons outboard on the trailing edge. Slots in the outboard leading edges would have improved slow speed performance and handling. The intended armament of two 13 mm MG 131 machine guns was to have been housed in the wing roots. Designated Me 334 by the Reichsluftfahrtministerium (RLM), development was abandoned by Lippisch with the advent of the Lippisch P.20.

Airfix Short Skyvan - NASA / Austrian / Olympic Airlines, 1/72, 04018

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: VG

$48   

Nice kit of the popular short-range STOL commuter airliner and military transport. Has decals for all three variants including Austrian Air Force, USA NASA and Greek Olympic Airways. The kit has never been started. Inventoried 100% complete including decals and instructions.

Planet Models Bolchovitinov S-2 - Soviet Attack Bomber Prototype, 1/72, 126

Resin Model Kit,   Box Condition: Exc

$64   

Hard-to-find limited edition model finely cast in high definition resin. Features all fine recessed surface detail, twin clear vacuform canopies (in mint, never-yellowed condition), 'very good' cockpit detail and more. Never started. The parts are still in the internal factory sealed bags and includes decals and instructions. From William Pearce at oldmachinepress.com: With the intention of creating a high speed light bomber, Viktor Bolkhovitinov designed what is commonly referred to as the Bolkhovitinov S or Sparka. During flight trials the Soviet Air Force (VVS) referred to the aircraft as S-2M-103, for skorostnoy (high speed) with two M-103 engines; however, a number of other designations have been applied over the years. The common “Sparka” designation means twin—because the aircraft had two engines mounted in tandem. Other designations are BBS-1 for blizhniy bombardirovshchik skorostnoy (short range bomber, high-speed), BB for blizhniy bombardovshchik (short range bomber), and LB-S for lyohkiy bombardirovshchik-sparka (light bomber-paired). The Sparka was a low-wing aircraft of all-aluminum construction with stressed skin. The aircraft had a twin fin tail to increase the rear gunner’s field of fire. The undercarriage was fully retractable; the main gear retracted toward the rear, and the wheels rotated 90 degrees to lie flat within the wings. The pilot and navigator/bombardier/gunner sat in tandem under a long canopy. Between the pilot and second crew member was a small bomb bay for 882 lb (400 kg) of bombs. A plexiglass section on the bottom of the aircraft just aft of the bomb bay provided the bombardier a view of the ground. The aircraft was 43 ft 4 in (13.2 m) long and had a relatively short wingspan of 37 ft 4 in (11.38 m). The Sparka weighed 12,460 lb (5,652 kg). Development on the Sparka was abandoned in mid-1941, partially a result of the German invasion. However, further studies were made on the feasibility of the tandem engine arrangement powering a fighter, but these studies did not lead to the production of any aircraft. In addition, the factory where the Sparka was built was needed to produce the Petlyakov Pe-2 attack bomber.

Anigrand Douglas XF6D-1 Missileer, 1/72, AA2075

Resin Model Kit,   Box Condition: VG

$62   

Highly detailed resin kit with fine recessed panel lines, full decals, instructions and paint guide. The kit has never been started. The parts are still in the internal factory sealed bags and includes decals and instructions. In 1957, the U.S. Navy began to plan a new concept for airborne fleet defense. A large subsonic interceptor with a powerful radar was to be equipped with very long range high speed air-to-air missiles to shoot down approaching Soviet strike aircrafts and bombers. In 1958, Bendix and Grumman were selected as contractors for the AAM-N-10 Eagle missile. A year later the Douglas XF6D-1 Missileer design was chosen for the launch platform with an order for two prototypes. The most important feature of the XF6D-1 was its Westinghouse AN/APQ-81 pulse-doppler radar, the first track-while-scan radar developed for a fighter aircraft. In 1960, the Navy development organizations became convinced that the XF6D-1 was too expensive, and changed in favor of exploring the feasibility of using the F-111B. The Eagle missile program faltered as well. The XF6D-1 and Eagle missiles were both put on hold in December of 1960, before any XAAM-N-10 prototypes could be tested. However, the idea of a long-range fleet-defense interceptor was realized later with the F-14 Tomcat and the AAM-N-11/AIM-54 Phoenix missile.

Planet Models Heinkel P.1080 Ramjet Fighter - (P1080), 1/72, 141

Resin Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed Exc

$38   

Still factory sealed. Limited edition high definition cast resin kit. Features fine recessed panel lines, good cockpit detail and full decals.

Planet Models SNCASE Se-100 - French Heavy Fighter Prototype, 1/72, 172

Resin Model Kit,   Box Condition: VG+

$119   

Very rare. Limited edition, beautifully cast high definition resin kit that features a full cockpit and fine recessed panel lines. Never started. The parts are still in the internal factory sealed bags and includes decals and instructions. This history is from military-history.fandom.com: The SNCASE SE 100 was a French two-seat, twin-engined fighter which first flew in 1939. Mass production was planned to begin late in 1940 but the Fall of France prevented this. The origins of the SE.100 predate the creation of the SNCASE (Sud-Est) company in the nationalisations of 1937. It was designed by Pierre Mercier and Jacques Lecarme at Lioré et Olivier, initially designed the LeO 50. Underpowered by two Gnome-Rhône 14M engines, the design was recast to use the more powerful Gnome-Rhône 14N-20 and -21 engines, the same used in the Lioré et Olivier LeO 451 bomber, and renamed the SE.100. The aircraft was of conventional all-metal construction, mid-wing layout. As with most French twin-engined aircraft of the era, the engines were counter-rotating with one propeller rotating clockwise and the other counter-clockwise (to minimize torque). The aircraft had a twin tail. In production models it was planned to redesign the wing to use components from the LeO 451 wing to ease production. The fuselage was short in appearance, with a long nose and a very short tail, the cockpit being connected to the gunner's position aft by a windowed corridor. The undercarriage was of the nosewheel type, rarely used in French aircraft of the 1930s, with the aft wheels were fitted right aft, retracting into the tail rather than the wings or engine nacelles as was conventional. The aircraft was fitted with four Hispano-Suiza HS.404 20 mm cannon in the nose and one in the gunner's post. The first prototype of the SE.100 flew on 29 March 1939 at Argenteuil and a number of necessary changes were identified during the tests. It was destroyed in a crash on 5 April 1940. The aircraft proved to be around 100 km/h faster than the Potez 631, the French Air Force's current twin-engined fighter, and production was authorized. While the tests were proceeding, a second prototype, incorporating the changes, the most obvious of which was the suppression of the windowed corridor in the fuselage and its replacement by additional fuel tanks, was being built. The armament was increased to six cannon in the nose, two in the gunner's post and one additional cannon in the floor of the gunner's post. As the second prototype was being built, the Citroen company was preparing to mass produce the aircraft at their Paris works, deliveries planned to begin late in 1940. At least two paper variants were studied, the SE.101 powered by Pratt & Whitney Twin Wasp engines, and the SE.102 powered by a different version of the Gnome-Rhone 14N. The SE.500 and SE-800were to have been a 12 passenger transport and four-engined transport, respectively, derived from the SE-100.

Planet Models Heinkel P.1079B - German WWII Night Fighter Jet Project - (P1079B), 1/72, 174

Resin Model Kit,   Box Condition: Exc

$58   

Limited edition, beautifully cast high definition resin kit that features a full cockpit and fine recessed panel lines. Never started. The parts are still in the internal factory sealed bags and includes decals and instructions. Heinkel P1079 was a beautiful night fighter design based on two turbojets, 35 degree swept wings and a 'V' tail.

Planet Models Blohm Und Voss P.213 - (P213), 1/72, 176

Resin Model Kit,   Box Condition: VG+

$36   

Limited edition, beautifully cast high definition resin kit that features a full cockpit and fine recessed panel lines. Never started. The parts are still in the internal factory sealed bags and includes decals and instructions. The Blohm und Voss P.213 was a prototype jet fighter powered by a pulse jet submitted by Blohm & Voss to the Miniaturjäger (Miniature Fighter) design competition of the Luftwaffe Emergency Fighter Program towards the end of the Third Reich in the Second World War. The project never saw mass-production for the Miniaturjäger program was scrapped in December 1944.

Planet Models Arado Ar-E583 - Luftwaffe (Ar E 583), 1/72, 032

Resin Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed NM

$49   

Still factory sealed and rare. Very highly detailed resin cast kit with clear canopy. Decals and paint guide are included for the aircraft shown. The kit has never been started. The parts are still in the internal factory sealed bags and includes decals and instructions.

Tamiya US Gun & Mortar Team Set, 1/35, MM186A

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Good

$20   

Contains eight very well detailed soldiers, M1917 .30 caliber machine gun, .50 caliber anti-aircraft machine gun, 81mm trench mortar, SCR 510 wireless telephone and many accessories. Never started. The parts are still in the internal factory sealed bags. Includes instructions and a full color painting guide (located on the back of the box).

Italeri Autoblinda AB 41 - Pz.Sp.Wg.AB 41 201(i) Armored Car, 1/35, 6442

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed Exc

$48   

Still factory 'round tape' sealed. Includes soft rubber tires and a full color painting guide and decals for five versions (German and Italian).

Italeri Sd.Kfz. 10/4 With Flak 30, 1/35, 6395

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed NM

$32   

Still factory sealed. Very finely molded and detailed.

Eastern Express Self-Propelled Gun KV-14 / SU-152, 1/35, 35103

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed Exc

$24   

Still factory sealed.

Zvezda BTR-80 Russian Personal Carrier, 1/35, 3558

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed VG

$24   

Still factory sealed.

Azimut Productions 4.7cm PAK (t) auf G.W. R-35 - Ironsides Series, 1/35, IR002

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed Exc

$38   

Still factory sealed.

Maquette Flakpanzer T-34 747(r) - German Conversion, 1/35, MQ3570

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Exc

$38   

Rare model of the anti-aircraft version of the T-34 as built and used by Pz.Jager Abt. 653 Elefant Battalion. It combined a T-34 Model 1943 hull with a quad 2cm Flakvierling 38 mount with a new armored shield. Ammunition was stored in metal cases on a rack at the rear of the vehicle. This vehicle served with the Gruppe Fuhrer section along with a command Tiger tank and a Bergepanther that had been refitted with a PzKpfw IV turret. This model has main injection molded parts, many cast resin parts and many metal details. Never started. The resin and metal parts are all still in the factory sealed bags; all other parts have been inventoried complete. Includes instructions; please note there there were no decals furnished with this kit because the tank had no known markings.

Maquette T-34 Tank Destroyer - With 57mm ZIS 4 Gun, 1/35, MQ3503

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Exc

$24   

Rare model of the anti-tank version of the T-34. It was armed with the 57mm ZIS-4 gun. The design work for this gun began in Design Bureau No.92 at Kharkov Plant #193 in 1940. The first ZIS-4 gun was mounted to the tank for test firing in April 1941. Production was started for the new tank in September in the Kharkov plant. About 200 vehicles were built total by December 1941. This T-34 Tank destroyer was used during the battle for Moscow. Never started. The parts are still in the internal factory sealed bags and includes decals and instructions.