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  Monogram Model Kits

Monogram Phantom Mustang F-51D -Monogram Classics Issue ( P-51D), 1/32, 85-0067

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: VG

$129   

Monogram Classics issue from the year 2000. It is made from the original molds of the great 1960s kit, which is widely considered to be one of the best visible airplane action kits ever made. Features a full cut away model with interior detail. Buttons on the base activate two motors that make the prop spin, and the main gear and tail wheel retract and extend and the main and tail wheel doors close automatically. Two other levers on the base drop the wing bombs. The canopy opens and closes to show the super detailed cockpit. It is even molded in the original issue colors; red, zinc chromate interior green, black, silver and clear. The kit has never been started. The parts are still in the internal factory sealed bags including decals, both electric motors and instructions.

Monogram US Navy F-4J Phantom II - VF-92 USS Constellation, 1/72, 5440

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: VG

$32   

1985 issue. Finely molded and features detailed cockpit and wheel wells, optional position canopy, AIM-7 Sparrow and AIM-9 Sidewinder missiles, drop tanks, laser guided bombs, iron bombs and multi-position wing flaps. Includes colorful decals for the box art aircraft. Never started. It has been inventoried and the aircraft itself is complete but NOTE: missing one sitting pilot figure. Otherwise complete with all other parts and includes decals and instructions.

Monogram TWO P-51B Mustang - Blue Box Issue, 1/72, PA143-70

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Good+

$29   

SALE!! Includes two kits. Both are never started and include all plastic parts. However, there is only one set of decals and one instruction sheet. First issue dated 1967. This is one of two 'Blue Box' box art variations that share this part number. Well detailed very finely molded featuring good basic cockpit, pilot figure, optional regular or Malcolm Hood canopy, swiveling tail wheel strut, rotating wheels & propeller, drop tanks and bombs and more. Includes a display stand. With decals for the famous 'OlE-II.'

Monogram Mustang P-51B - Ding Hao - Blue Box Issue, 1/48, 6806-0100

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed Mint

$32   

Still factory sealed and in investment-grade 'Mint' condition. Mattel Logo and SkyStick issue dated 1968; please note this is the last Monogram Blue-Box issue of this model to have a price suffix on the part number. Well molded and detailed model for that time featuring detailed cockpit and gear wells and choice of two canopies. The decals are for Col. Howard, who was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor. He was an AVG pilot and became the first US pilot to become an ace in both the Pacific and European theaters. His aircraft 'Ding Hao' means 'OK!' in Chinese.

Monogram Mustang P-51B Ding Hao - White Box Issue, 1/48, 6806

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed NM

$30   

1973 issue still factory sealed and in investment-grade 'Near Mint' condition. Very finely molded and detailed 1/48 scale model featuring detailed cockpit and gear wells, choice of two canopy styles and more. The decals are for Col. Howard, who was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor. He was an AVG pilot and became the first US pilot to become an ace in both the Pacific and European theaters.

Monogram Speedee-Bilt Long Midget - ex Midget Mustang - Flying Scale Model, G6-100

Wood Model Kit,   Box Condition: VG+

$135   

Formerly released as the Midget Mustang. Scale flying rubber powered wooden model. Before there were plastic models, there were wooden aircraft kits. These usually came in two types - solid and stick and tissue. The solid models were static and usually contained a few blocks of balsa and sometimes a detail part or two. These "Make Wood Look Like Plane" models required a very high level of skill in carving and finishing. The stick and tissue variety were slightly easier to build and provided the ultimate thrill - they could fly when complete with rubber power (and later with free-flight gas and eventually RC). They still required a great deal of skill, so manufacturers sought ways to make model building more accessible to everyone. One idea was pre-carving and/or prefabrication. This raised prices, naturally. Many manufacturers launched lines of 'easy' to build flying models but only Monogram succeeded in making an entire line at an affordable price that would actual fly. The original "Speedee-Bilt" kits were in one-piece two-color boxes. In the early 1950s, shortly before plastic kits were available, Monogram changed to the 'hardbox' with a lithographic slick glued to the top as this kit. Speedee-Bilt kits contained die cut and pre painted wooden parts, completely formed airfoil wings, carved wheels and numerous plastic details like cowlings, pilot, missiles, prop and more. Assembly was by detailed full size plans. Never started. Inventoried 100% complete with all parts, decals and instructions present