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Classic Airframes Mitsubishi A5M4 Claude - Pilot 1/C Hideo Owishi Carrier Soryu 1938, 1/48, 427

Multimedia Model Kit,   Box Condition: Good

$38   

This excellent model features all fine recessed panel lines, highly detailed resin cockpit, detailed resin engine and more. Includes color paint guide and decals for two aircraft. The kit has never been started. Internal factory sealed bag including decals and instructions.

Italeri MAN TXG XXL Wolf Transporte, 1/24, 3921

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed VG

$49   

Still factory round tape sealed and dated 2017. Very highly detailed kit that includes a large, beautiful decal sheet for the wolf mural shown.

Pegaso Ryan Navion - (ex Lindberg), 1/48, P5020

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed Exc

$59   

Still factory sealed. From ex-Lindberg 1/48 scale molds. Includes cardstock airport diorama.

Tamiya Reggiane Re-2002 - With Photographic Reference Material - Italian Air Force (4 Different Aircraft) / Free Italian Air Force 1944 / Luftwaffe 1944, 1/48, 89787

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Exc

$52   

Hard-to-find and well detailed model from 2009. Features all fine recessed panel lines, very good cockpit, optional position canopy, pilot figure, enclosed & detailed wheel wells, optional position trailing edge wing flaps, very good engine, bomb and/or drop tank loadout and more. Includes an excellent 46 page photographic reference book and decals for 6 different aircraft. Never started. The parts are still in the internal factory sealed bags and includes decals and instructions.

Czech Master BT-42 and TWO PT-76 Amphibious Tanks - Bagged, 1/72, CK2022

Resin Model Kit,   Box Condition: Exc

$18   

SALE!! Includes all three factory sealed resin armor kits.

Cox Tee Dee .049 Gas Engine - Never Run and In The Original Jewel Case, 170

Metal and Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: NM

$124   

Very rare in this condition. Not a kit, but a factory built engine that is NOS - never run and mint. It has never been removed from the cardboard display The clear Cox 'Jewel Case' is in 'near mint' condition which is rare. It is complete and intact with paperwork and two wrenches.

Alliance Messerschmitt P.1100B - (P1100 B), 1/72, 72020

Resin Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed NM

$80   

Rare and still factory sealed. Beautifully cast in high-definition resin.

Kora Junkers Ju-88 H-4 - Carrier For Anti-Ship Mistel 3B, 1/72, 7220

Resin Model Kit,   Box Condition: Good

$62   

Very rare. This excellent limited edition model features main airframe parts in professional-grade resin castings, numerous photoetched parts, cast metal details, excellent full cockpit, printed instruments and more. The kit has never been started. The parts are still in the internal factory sealed bags and includes decals and instructions.

Kora Junkers Mistel 3C Ju-88 G-10, 1/72, 7219

Resin Model Kit,   Box Condition: Good

$56   

Very rare. This excellent limited edition model features main airframe parts in professional-grade resin castings, numerous photoetched parts, cast metal details and more. The kit has never been started. The parts are still in the internal factory sealed bags and includes decals and instructions.

Testors Kaman H-43B Huskie - (ex Hawk), 1/32, 206

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Good

$68   

This is the 1980 Testors reissue of this high quality 1967 Hawk model. Very nicely detailed, large-scale (1/32) model features full interior, working rear clamshell doors and side entry doors, rotating-phased-intermeshing rotor blades and more. Includes decals for USAF version shown on the box photo and a very colorful civil firefighter. Never started. The parts are still in the internal factory sealed bags and includes decals and instructions.

Williams Brothers Pratt & Whitney Wasp R-1340 Radial Aircraft Engine, 1/8, 307

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Good-

$109   

1970s issue of this very highly detailed kit in large 1/8 scale and with over 200 pieces. Complete engine includes crankcase, cylinders, pushrod housings, propeller hub, accessory section, carburetor and fuel system, vinyl wires for the distributor blocks and dual ignition system and more. A scale engine mount is furnished with the kit. The kit has never been started. All parts are still in the internal factory sealed bags and instructions. Please note there are no decals. This engine was P&Ws first aircraft engine and the original purchaser was the US Navy in 1926. The Wasp went on to find world-wide fame in over 50 aircraft. The Boeing 247, P-12, F4B-4, Curtiss F6C-4 Hawk, F8C-5 Helldiver, Douglas Dolphin, Ford Trimotor (some versions), Gee Bee racers, Lockheed Orion, Sirius, Vega, Sikorsky S-38 are just a few. Some were manufactured under license by other companies including BMW in Germany.

Hawk 2 Speed Specials Of The 1930s Supermarine S6B and Mister Mulligan, 1/48, 521-100

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Good++

$68   

Early hardbox issue dated 1960. Bill Campbell artwork. Unusual gift set containing both kits. Never started. Both kits have been inventoried complete with all parts, decals and instructions. In 1960, Hawk released a series of 'New 2 Pack Kits', including 'Specials of the 1930s' (S6B and Mister Mulligan), 'Great Crates' (Spad and Nieuport), 'Freedom Fighters' (F-86F and Swift), 'Flying Leathernecks' (Marines AU-1 Corsair and F4D Skyray), 'Battling Bluejackets' (Corsair and SBD) and 'Terror Attackers' (Oka and V-1).

Tamiya Fiat CR-42 Night Attacker Luftwaffe, 1/48, 89722

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Exc

$44   

Rare and includes 50kg bombs, pilot figure, fuel drums, jerry cans, optional wheel pants and special decals for for different Luftwaffe aircraft. Never started. The parts are still in the internal factory sealed bags and includes decals and instructions.

Alliance Focke-Achgelis FA-269, 1/72, 72021

Resin Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed NM

$44   

Rare and still factory sealed. Beautifully cast in high-definition resin. Conceived as a single-seat VTOL point-defense fighter, the Fa 269 project resulted from a design study order issued by the Reich Air Ministry to Focke-Achgelis in 1941. The order called for a local defense fighter which would combine the VTOL capabilities of a helicopter with the speed and economy of a conventional fixed-wing aircraft. A large amount of wind tunnel testing was undertaken, along with work on gearboxes, drives and power-pivoting mechanisms, and a full-scale mock-up of the aircraft was built to demonstrate the VTOL concept, but much of this was destroyed by Allied bombing raids and all work was shelved in 1944 when Focke-Achgelis estimated that there was little likelihood of a practical prototype being available before 1947. Design: A mid-wing monoplane, the Fa 269 was to have been powered by a single BMW 801 air-cooled radial engine buried in the fuselage behind the cockpit, which was to have driven transverse drive shafts in the leading edges of the fixed wing, the shafts turning three-bladed rotors via synchronised gearboxes. The plane of rotation of the rotors would have been capable of being swivelled through 80° using angled extension shafts. It was proposed that the Fa 269 would adopt a high angle of attack when at rest using extremely long undercarriage units. For vertical take-off, the rotors would be lowered till their plane of rotation was parallel with the ground. For translation to conventional flight following take-off, the extension shafts were to pivot to the rear, the rotors then behaving as pusher propellers.

Hasegawa ASF-X Shinden II - Creator Works Ace Combat, 1/72, CW03

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: NM

$46   

Beautifully molded and detailed. Features fine all-recessed panel lines, very good cockpit and detailed gear wells. The kit has never been started. The parts are still in the internal factory sealed bags and includes decals and instructions.

Pantera PZL-37B Los, 1/72, 003

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed NM

$22   

Still factory sealed.

Tamiya Ilyushin Il-2 Shturmovik - (Stormavik), 1/48, 61113

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Exc

$42   

Very highly detailed kit inside and out. Includes 2 figures and markings for 3 kinds of aircraft. Never started. The parts are still in the internal factory sealed bags and includes decals and instructions.

Revell Eurofighter Typhoon Bronze Tiger - EF-2000, 1/48, 03949

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Good

$52   

Very finely molded with all recessed panel lines, very good cockpit and gear wells, optional position canopy, optional parts, optional position speed brake with detailed well, choice of weapons load with two types of air-to-air missiles and drop tanks, extended or retracted in-flight refueling probe and more. Never started. The parts are still in the internal factory sealed bags and includes decals and instructions.

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.

Unicraft Cheranovsky BICh-17, 1/72

Resin Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed NM

$34   

Still factory tape sealed. Rare. Nicely detailed, limited-run resin kit. Boris I. Cheranovsky was an outstanding Soviet aircraft designer whose highly unconventional airplanes and gliders were always very advanced and often came ahead of time. Most of his designs utilized the parabolic wing and the tailless layout. The BICh-17 fighter design was started in 1935 and was to utilize the unique Kurchevsky APK recoilless cannon. Conceived as an all-wooden airplane it was to be powered with the M-22 (480hp) engine and use the well proven and previously designed parabolic wing. Two APK cannon were installed within the wing. Main landing gear was to be retractable towards the fuselage. The prototype was 60% ready when all programs were canceled in 1936 due to yet another of Stalin's "purges".