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Revell Junkers Ju-87G2 or Ju-87D-5 Stuka, 1/72, H142

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed NM+

$30   

Still factory sealed and in investment-grade 'near mint+' condition. 1975 issue. Nicely molded for that time with very fine raised panel detail. Features parts and decals for both versions, detailed cockpit and engine, removable cowling, rotating wheels and propeller, 37mm Flak 18 Cannons or 500 and 110 lb bombs and complete painting guide.

Revell USS Burton Island Icebreaker - History Makers Issue, 1/292, 8607

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed VG+

$65   

Still factory sealed. 1983 History Maker's issue of the 1950s 'S' Kit USS Eastwind Icebreaker. Large scale and nicely detailed with full hull, helicopter deck, helicopter, moving cranes and deck fittings.

Revell Lockheed 1049 Super G Constellation - TWA, 1/128, H167

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed NM+

$39   

Still factory sealed and in investment-grade 'near mint+' condition. 1974 issue from the original 'S' kit molds. Features optional position landing gear, rotating propeller and wheels and full color TWA markings.

Revell Avro Dam Buster Lancaster with Secret Bomb, 1/72, H202

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed Exc+

$46   

Still factory sealed. Dated 1971, but this is the softbox issue from later in the 1970s. The Dam Busters squadron was famous for its daring raids on three German dams on May 16, 1943. Carrying the special Barns Wallis-designed bombs, the Lancasters flew very low over the water in the face of heavy flak to drop the rotating bombs perfectly. Many did not return. The bombs did perform as promised, first skipping over the water, hitting the dam, then rolling down 30 feet before exploding with tremendous force. In an airburst, these bombs would not have damaged the dams, but since water is incompressible, the dams were breached.

Revell Boeing B-52H Stratofortress - With AGM-86B ALCMs, 1/144, 4584

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed Good

$42   

Still factory sealed but the seal has shrunk and drawn the box top concave. From 1990. Excellent, well molded kit with all recessed panel line detail. Includes wing pylons and numerous Air Launched Cruise Missiles.

Faller Junkers Ju-87 Stuka Motorized - Dive Bomber or Anti-Tank, 1/100, 1087

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: VG

$55   

Rare model kit from the early 1960s and nicely molded for that time. It is designed to be motorized with the Faller No. 1001 Miniature Electric Motor (not included, Faller sold it separately.) Features parts to built either version, cockpit with crew of two and rear machine gun, wing cannon, main centerline bomb load, small wing-mounted bombs and a large decal sheet for multiple aircraft. Molded in a stunning swirl green and butterscotch brown, gray, orange-yellow, red and with clear canopy & display stand. The kit has never been started. The small parts (with motorizing-specific parts) are still in the factory sealed bag. The parts that were never factory sealed have been inventoried complete, including decals and instructions. Even the Faller packing quality inspection slip is still present.

Lincoln Bristol Sycamore Helicopter, 1/64, 110

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed Good++

$52   

Still factory sealed but the seal has shrunk and exposed the box ends. Nicely molded, larger scale model from the late 1950s or early 1960s. Lincoln was based in Hong Kong. Plastic kits were not the primary business, but they established quite a line of them before discontinuing production in the late 1960s/early 1970s. Many molds moved to Kader, also in Hong Kong, who reissued the line. Many molds eventually found their way to the USA either through ATP (who purchased the excess kit stock when Kader sold out) or IM.

LS Mitsubishi A6M5 Type 52 Zeke, 1/72, 6

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Good-

$26   

Very early LS kit dating from the start of the 1960s. Even at this early date, you can see why LS became legendary for quality. Features well molded parts with all fine recessed panel lines, decals for several aircraft, moving rudder, wing flaps and ailerons, choice of drop tank or bomb, sliding canopy, retracting landing gear and decals for a large number of aircraft. The kit has never been started. The parts are still in the internal factory sealed bags and includes decals and instructions. Even the original glue is present. Please note, this box has closed tears and damage to the upper right. Some of the LS molds are still in use by Hasegawa as testament to the their detail and accuracy.

Lincoln Douglas DC-3 - Sabena, 1/96, 111

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Good+

$46   

Nicely made small scale kit with great box arts. Dates from the mid 1950s to the very early 1960s. Never started. The small parts are still in the internal factory sealed bag, and the larger parts that were never sealed have been inventoried complete including decals and instructions. Lincoln was based in Hong Kong. Plastic kits were not the primary business, but they established quite a line of them before discontinuing production in the late 1960s/early 1970s. Many molds moved to Kader, also in Hong Kong, who reissued the line. Many molds eventually found their way to the USA either through ATP (who purchased the excess kit stock when Kader sold out) or IM.

Monogram TWA Super G Constellation, 1/131, PA19-98

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: VG

$65   

2nd issue. First issues has identical box art but is kit number P19. Well detailed and features two hostesses, two loading ramps, tip tanks, battery truck and extensive TWA decals. Molded in the correct gloss white and silver. Never started. Inventoried with all parts, decals and instructions present.

Monogram Boeing 2707-200 SST United Airlines, 1/400, PA211-100

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed NM

$125   

Still factory sealed. This is the 1968 release of this kit, which may have only been issued twice. The Boeing SST was modeled here in the second (-200) variant which still had the swing-wing design which proved impractical in this aircraft. The damaging effects of sonic booms over population centers ultimately contributed to the cancellation of the project. Nicely molded with all recessed panel lines. Features wings that swing, United Airlines decals and a unique display stand.

Monogram AC-47 Puff The Magic Dragon with Factory Camouflage Paint - Blue Box Issue, 1/90, PA148-150

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed Good

$69   

Still factory sealed but the seal has splits as shown. 1966 issue with rare factory airbrushed camouflage paint and Tom Morgan boxart.

Monogram The Mummy Luminators Glow In The Dark - (ex Aurora), 1/8, 1622

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Sealed Exc

$49   

Still factory sealed. Great builder kit dated 1991 and made from the original Aurora molds. Molded in a really cool glow in the dark plastic and also glows with a black light. In 1977 Monogram purchased the Aurora molds. Monogram only reissued the best and most commercially viable models. this monster and others were issued in 1991, probably after re-negotiating the license agreement with Universal as hinted on the box side.

Airfix Mig-21 Fishbed C - Finnish / Czech / USSR Air Forces, 1/72, 254

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Good

$24   

1960s Type Three logo kit with fantastic box art. Includes markings for all three versions. Never started. Inventoried 100% complete with all parts, decals and instructions.

Airfix Mirage IIIC, 1/72, 292

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Good

$24   

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1960s Yype Three logo issue with great artwork. A very niceice kit for that time, it features a large centerline Matra guided missile, wing mounted rocket pods and French Air Force markings. The kit has never been started. It has been inventoried complete with all parts and includes decals and instructions. Please NOTE there is a closed tear at the upper left if you look closely.

Sanwa Ki-61 Hien Tony TEI-3, 1/89, 1120

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Good+

$45   

Dates from the early 1960s and very hard to find. The kit is dated by the 'Tokyo Plamo' logo, which was used between 1960 and 1964. Inside, the model is factory new - all the parts and decals are still in the factory sealed clear bag. With instructions in 'excellent' condition. Sanwa was one of Japan's earliest post-WWII kit producers, making model kits in the 1950s; some sources say 1955. Kits were marketed under Sanwa and Tokyo Plamo, with the general consensus being the the later logo came out around 1960 or later. Production ended in 1964, making all Sanwa kits rare and collectible. The entire line was extensive. It included very small scale tanks (some that were motorized), battleships in three scales with the larger ones motorized with dual prop drive, slot cars, civil sport boats and an electric outboard, a full line of hand gun models that actually shot plastic bullets, two fighter groups and bomber groups (probably Monogram), several different lines of scale aircraft, missile kits, scale (static) car models of early Japanese automobiles, at least 7 flying model aircraft that had electric and rubber motors, a 'Super Control Stand' P-51 that move with a joystick and had an electric propeller and sound unit, two different lighthouses and a windmill, an air cushion boat, motor cycles, a diving submarine (electric) and a working (rubber band) George Washington Class SSBN and even a garden tractor with an electric motor. Just before going out of business, Sanwa issued some kits in conjunction with the 1964 Tokyo Olympic games - these kits even included a copy of an Olympic medal.

Sanwa B-26D Invader Bomber - (A-26 / A/B-26), 1/110, 514

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Good+

$49   

Dates from the early 1960s and very hard to find. The scale is approximate. The kit is dated by the 'Tokyo Plamo' logo, which was used between 1960 and 1964. Inside, the model is factory new - all the parts and decals are still in the factory sealed clear bag. With instructions in 'excellent' condition. Sanwa was one of Japan's earliest post-WWII kit producers, making model kits in the 1950s; some sources say 1955. Kits were marketed under Sanwa and Tokyo Plamo, with the general consensus being the the later logo came out around 1960 or later. Production ended in 1964, making all Sanwa kits rare and collectible. The entire line was extensive. It included very small scale tanks (some that were motorized), battleships in three scales with the larger ones motorized with dual prop drive, slot cars, civil sport boats and an electric outboard, a full line of hand gun models that actually shot plastic bullets, two fighter groups and bomber groups (probably Monogram), several different lines of scale aircraft, missile kits, scale (static) car models of early Japanese automobiles, at least 7 flying model aircraft that had electric and rubber motors, a 'Super Control Stand' P-51 that move with a joystick and had an electric propeller and sound unit, two different lighthouses and a windmill, an air cushion boat, motor cycles, a diving submarine (electric) and a working (rubber band) George Washington Class SSBN and even a garden tractor with an electric motor. There was even a cut away 727 in big 1/96 scale and an Airport Set with a Cessna 180 and Bell 47D Helicotoper. Just before going out of business, Sanwa issued some kits in conjunction with the 1964 Tokyo Olympic games - these kits even included a copy of an Olympic medal.

Sanwa Grumman F4F Wildcat - (F4F-5), 1/91, 1115

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: VG

$45   

Dates from the early 1960s and very hard to find. The kit is dated by the 'Tokyo Plamo' logo, which was used between 1960 and 1964. Inside, the model is factory new - all the parts and decals are still in the factory sealed clear bag. With instructions in 'excellent' condition. Sanwa was one of Japan's earliest post-WWII kit producers, making model kits in the 1950s; some sources say 1955. Kits were marketed under Sanwa and Tokyo Plamo, with the general consensus being the the later logo came out around 1960 or later. Production ended in 1964, making all Sanwa kits rare and collectible. The entire line was extensive. It included very small scale tanks (some that were motorized), battleships in three scales with the larger ones motorized with dual prop drive, slot cars, civil sport boats and an electric outboard, a full line of hand gun models that actually shot plastic bullets, two fighter groups and bomber groups (probably Monogram), several different lines of scale aircraft, missile kits, scale (static) car models of early Japanese automobiles, at least 7 flying model aircraft that had electric and rubber motors, a 'Super Control Stand' P-51 that move with a joystick and had an electric propeller and sound unit, two different lighthouses and a windmill, an air cushion boat, motor cycles, a diving submarine (electric) and a working (rubber band) George Washington Class SSBN and even a garden tractor with an electric motor. Just before going out of business, Sanwa issued some kits in conjunction with the 1964 Tokyo Olympic games - these kits even included a copy of an Olympic medal.

Sanwa YS-11 Prop Jet Airliner, 1/150, 501

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: Good++

$65   

Dates from the early 1960s and very hard to find. The kit is dated by the 'Tokyo Plamo' logo, which was used between 1960 and 1964. Inside, the model is factory new - all the parts and decals are still in the factory sealed clear bag. With instructions in 'excellent' condition. Sanwa was one of Japan's earliest post-WWII kit producers, making model kits in the 1950s; some sources say 1955. Kits were marketed under Sanwa and Tokyo Plamo, with the general consensus being the the later logo came out around 1960 or later. Production ended in 1964, making all Sanwa kits rare and collectible. The entire line was extensive. It included very small scale tanks (some that were motorized), battleships in three scales with the larger ones motorized with dual prop drive, slot cars, civil sport boats and an electric outboard, a full line of hand gun models that actually shot plastic bullets, two fighter groups and bomber groups (probably Monogram), several different lines of scale aircraft, missile kits, scale (static) car models of early Japanese automobiles, at least 7 flying model aircraft that had electric and rubber motors, a 'Super Control Stand' P-51 that move with a joystick and had an electric propeller and sound unit, two different lighthouses and a windmill, an air cushion boat, motor cycles, a diving submarine (electric) and a working (rubber band) George Washington Class SSBN and even a garden tractor with an electric motor. Just before going out of business, Sanwa issued some kits in conjunction with the 1964 Tokyo Olympic games - these kits even included a copy of an Olympic medal.

Revell Fokker Triplane DR-1 - "S" Issue, 1/28, H270-198

Plastic Model Kit,   Box Condition: NM++

$155   

1957 first issue 'S' kit in investment-grade 'Near Mint++' investment-grade condition. The box top has like-new color and gloss, four solid corners, no fading, a very neat original "Bargain Town" department store price tag on one short side, no tape or tape marks - not even from the factory sealing tape (!)), no marks from tags, no torn litho, no fading and almost zero edge and corner wear. The only flaws are at the upper left where there is very light corner wear and a slight crease. Large scale, first issue and well detailed "S" kit with movable prop, wheels, control stick, detailed engine, removable cowling, complete cockpit, realistic rigging material, complete rigging instructions and three crew members. Molded in the correct red with the unique silver rigging cord. The kit has never been started. It has been inventoried complete with all parts and includes amazing 'near mint' condition decals and 'excellent++' instructions.