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Scale: 1/72
 

  • 1/72 1930s de Havilland Dragon Rapide BEA
    The de Havilland Dragon Rapide was introduced in the 1930s as a passenger airliner. Shown here in British European Airways (BEA) livery. A twin engined aircraft with tapered wings and streamlined fairings, it proved to be fast and comfortable, and was a very successful commercial aircraft. The RAF used them for passenger and communications duties at the beginning of WW2 and, along with the Royal Navy, used slightly modified Rapides (known as Dominies) for radio and navigation training later in the war. A great wee model. Rotating props, and comes with a display stand. Approx. 14.5cm x 20cm (5.75" x 8").
    NZ$ 79.00 Each
  • 1/72 1940 Ju-87B Stuka
    The Junkers Ju-87 two seater ground attack aircraft of the Sturzkampfgeschwader 77 (StG 77) Luftwaffe dive bomber wing. Often called a Stuka, the short form of Sturzkampfflugzeug (dive bomber). The Ju-87 saw combat in the Spanish Civil War, with the Luftwaffe's Condor Legion, then served throughout World War II. Distinctive for its inverted gull wings and fixed undercarriage, the Stuka achieved considerable success in close air support and anti-shipping roles. Fixed, non-rotating propeller. No pilot figures. Approx. 15cm x 19cm (6" x 7.5"). Comes with a display stand.
    NZ$ 42.00 Each
  • 1/72 1940's Aichi
    Aichi D3A1 Dive Bomber Model 11 EII-235 (Allied code name "Val"). As flown by Lt. Tamotsu Ema from the carrier Zuikaku during the raid on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. Mostly diecast metal. Rotating prop. No pilot figures. Approx. 14cm x 19cm (5.5" x 7.5"). Comes with display stand.
    NZ$ 115.00 Each
  • 1/72 1942 Bf 110E
    Messerschmitt Bf 110E-2 G9+LN, Oblt. Heinz-Wolfgang Schnaufer, 5./NJG.1, St Trond, Belgium June 1942. A formidable Nightfighter. The most successful Nightfighter ace of WWII Heinz-Wolfgang Schnaufer flew the Bf 110 exclusively and claimed an incredible 121 aerial victories from just 164 combat missions. 21 February 1945 was Schnaufer’s most formidable day, when he shot down nine RAF four-engined bombers in one day. Two in the early hours of the morning and seven more in nineteen frantic minutes that evening. Messerschmitt Bf 110 G9+LN was the aircraft in which this supreme nocturnal predator claimed his first victory in June 1942.
    NZ$ 123.00 Each
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  • 1/72 1942 He 111H-6
    Heinkel He III H-6, 1H+BB, 1./KG26, Bardufoss Airfield, Norway, 5th July 1942, as used in the attack on Arctic convoy PQ 17. Arguably the most effective version of the famous He III series of bombers and the one that was built in most numbers. The He III ‘H’ attempted to address some of the shortcomings of the earlier models and upgrade the performance of this widely used Luftwaffe aircraft. FREE SHIPPING TO NZ ADDRESSES.
    NZ$ 265.00 Each
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  • 1/72 1942 Heinkel He-111H-6
    Heinkel He-111H-6, W. Nr. 4500, A1+FN, Lt. Erich Horn, 5./KG53, Russia January 1942. Arguably the most famous Luftwaffe bomber of the Second World War. The He-111 had greater range than other Luftwaffe strike aircraft, and saw heavy use over the Eastern Front from 1942 onwards. Distinctive fully glazed nose, and detailed crew figures. Moving guns and rotating props. Undercarriage can be shown up or down. Approx. 23cm x 30.5 cm (9" x 12"). Comes with a Collector Card, detailing the history of the aircraft, and a display stand.
    NZ$ 279.00 Each
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  • 1/72 1942 Mosquito B.IV
    De Havilland Mosquito B.IV DK296 / GB-G Flt. Lt. D A G ‘George’ Parry, RAF No.105 Squadron, Horsham St. Faith, June 1942. Iconic British multi-role WW II combat aircraft. Originally intended as a fast bomber, the Mossie performed many roles, including: fighter, night fighter, pathfinder, bomber, night bomber, and fighter bomber. Rotating props, crew figures, display stand, and collectors card. Landing gear can be displayed up or down. Approx. 17cm x 23cm (6.75" x 9").
    NZ$ 172.00 Each
  • 1/72 1944 Beaufighter NE829
    Bristol Beaufighter TF.X NE829/PL-J, RAF No.144 Squadron, Banff Strike Wing, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, October 1944. The Beaufighter was one of the most capable, and arguably one of the best, twin engine aircraft of WWII. It served in almost all theatres of the war. Originally developed as a long range heavy fighter, the "Beau" could carry a great array of attack weaponry and it became a very successful multi-role aircraft. Including night fighter, fighter bomber, and torpedo bomber. Diecast metal model. Rotating props, and a variety of ordnance options. Approx. 18cm x 25cm (7" x 10"). Comes with a display stand. Landing gear can be shown up or down.
    NZ$ 179.00 Each
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  • 1/72 1944 Typhoon Mk 1B
    Hawker Typhoon MK1B MP126 of Squadron Leader Gerald Stapleton. RAF Squadron 247, Eindhoven, Holland, 1944. The MK1B excelled as a low-level ground attack aircraft. Its 4 x 20mm cannons and optional under-wing rockets proved very effective against ground targets and enemy shipping. Must be displayed on the included stand. Fixed/non-spinning propeller. No pilot figure. Approx. 13cm x 18cm (5" x 7")
    NZ$ 42.00 Each
  • 1/72 1945 Me 262B-1A
    Messerschmitt Me 262B-1a/U1 – W.Nr 110635 ‘Red 10’, Nachtjagdgeschwader 11 (NJG 11) Luftwaffe night fighter-wing. As flown by Oberleutnant Kurt Welter, the ‘Mosquito Hunter’. Diecast metal model, with pilot figures. Limited Edition of 1000 pieces. Approx. 14.5cm x 18cm (5.75" x 7"). Comes with display stand. Landing gear can be displayed up or down.
    NZ$ 99.00 Each
  • 1/72 1950's Sea Hawk FGA.6 WV908
    The Hawker Sea Hawk FGA.6 single-seat jet fighter of the Royal Navy's Fleet Air Arm. WV908 "Ace of Diamonds" was built in 1954 as an FGA.4 variant, then converted to an FGA.6 in 1957-58. The Sea Hawk features a tricycle undercarriage making it easier to land on aircraft carriers. Reproduced with the permission of the Royal Navy Historic Flight, this model is limited to 1008 pieces worldwide. No pilot figure, permanently extended landing gear, and comes with a display stand. Just like the real thing, this is a very sturdy (and weighty) model. Approx. 17cm x 16.5cm (6.75" x 6.5")
    NZ$ 69.00 Each
  • 1/72 1952 F-84E Thunderjet
    Cold War classic! F-84E Thunderjet of Colonel Robert Lee Scott, Jr. Commanding Officer of the USAF 36th Fighter Bomber Wing, Bitburg Air Base Germany 1952. Awesome little model. Metal with some plastic parts. Fully assembled and painted, undercarriage can be displayed up or down. Comes with display stand. Approx. 16cm x 16.5cm x 5cm (6.25" x 6.5" x 2").
    NZ$ 79.00 Each
  • 1/72 1953 F-84G
    F-84E Thunderjet. The turbojet F-84 became the USAF's primary strike aircraft in the Korean War. This model shows s/n 51-16720 in the USAF Thunderbirds flying aerobatic team scheme. Diecast metal, with great detail in such a small package. Landing gear can be displayed up or down. Display stand included. Model is approx. 16cm x 16.5cm x 5cm (6.25" x 6.5" x 2").
    NZ$ 79.00 Each
  • 1/72 1955 de Havilland Sea Hornet F20
    Sea Hornet F20 TT193 Royal Navy. High specification model, including 4 x 60lb under-wing rockets and 2 x fuel tanks. Has rotating props, and landing gear can be displayed up or down. Approx. 16cm x 19cm (6.25" x 7.5"). Comes with display stand.
    NZ$ 95.00 Each
  • 1/72 1970's F-100D
    North American F-100 Super Sabre supersonic jet fighter. The successor to the F-86 Sabre, and the first US fighter capable of supersonic speed in level flight. F-100's served with the USAF from 1954 to 1971 and were used extensively as close-air-support in Vietnam. F-100's also served with the Air National Guard (ANG) until 1979. Comes with display stand. Landing gear can be posed up or down. Optional armaments provided. Pilot figure and sliding canopy. Approx. 20cm x 15cm (8" x 6")
    NZ$ 148.00 Each
  • 1/72 1971 Buccaneer
    Blackburn Buccaneer S.Mk 2B, RAF No. 237 OCU. XW533 was delivered to the RAF in 1971 then, after a 20 year career, prepared for Operation "Granby" in the Persian Gulf. This included a Desert 'ARTF' (Alkali Removable Temporary Finish) livery change and assignment of code 'A'. The "Miss Jolly Roger" Nose Art was added during the campaign. This low-level subsonic attack aircraft built for carrier-based operations, was rushed into the Gulf War to improve precision bombing through its laser target marking capability. Gulf War 25th Anniversary diecast metal model. Limited to 1000 pieces world wide. Approx. 26.5cm x 18.5cm (10.5" x 7.25").
    NZ$ 139.00 Each
  • 1/72 1977 Buccaneer S.2
    Blackburn Buccaneer S.2 XW538/S, RAF No.16 Squadron, Laarbruch November 1977. Originally serving with the Royal Navy, the Buccaneer proved to be one of the most capable low-level strike aircraft of the Cold War. It's mix of conventional and nuclear weapons, and extremely high speeds at low level, made the Buccaneer ideal to keep Warsaw Pact countries on their toes. At its peak strength in the early 1970s, the Buccaneer equipped six RAF Squadrons. Approx. 26.5cm x 18.5cm (10.5" x 7.25"). Comes with metal display stand and numbered Collector's Card. Limited Edition of 1000 pieces.
    NZ$ 145.00 Each
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  • 1/72 1986 Su-25 Frogfoot
    Sukhoi Su-25 Grach Red 59, 378. OShAP, VVS, USSR 40th Army, Bagram AB, Afghanistan 1986. A ground attack aircraft specifically designed to provide Close Air Support (CAS) for Soviet troops. Known to NATO forces as "Frogfoot", the Su-25 is pretty-much an airborne tank! Fittingly, the model includes an array of armaments. Comes with a pilot figure, and the canopy can be displayed open or closed. The display stand can be used to show the landing gear up or down. Approx. (7.75" x 8.5").
    NZ$ 169.00 Each
  • 1/72 2000's Saab Gripen Czech AF
    Saab Gripen JAS-39C of the Czech Air Force 211th Tactical Squadron (Takticka Letka). Registration 9237, MSN 39237. Swedish made single-engine multi-role fighter aircraft, with canard delta wing configuration . 9237 is one of the 12 single-seat Gripens that have been in operation with the Air Force wing of the Czech Army since 2005. Limited Edition diecast model. Approx. 21.5cm x 13cm 8.5" x 5"). Comes with a display stand.
    NZ$ 99.00 Each
  • 1/72 2015 MiG-29UB Fulcrum-B
    Mikoyan MiG-29UB Fulcrum-B number 4105. Polish Air Force 41st Aviation Squadron. Paint scheme features portraits honouring WW2 Polish fighter ace Stanislaw Skalski, and a large emblem of the 22nd Tactical Aviation Base Malbork. Sleek diecast metal model with hinged canopy, deployable speed breaks, and movable rudders. Highly detailed all over. NO DISPLAY STAND. Limited Edition. Approx 23cm x 15cm (9" x 6").
    NZ$ 169.00 Each
  • 1/72 2015 MiG-29UB with stand
    Mikoyan MiG-29UB Fulcrum-B number 4105. Polish Air Force 41st Aviation Squadron. Paint scheme features portraits honouring WW2 Polish fighter ace Stanislaw Skalski, and a large emblem of the 22nd Tactical Aviation Base Malbork. Sleek diecast metal model with hinged canopy, deployable speed breaks, and movable rudders. Highly detailed all over. Comes with a metal dispaly stand. Limited Edition. Approx 23cm x 15cm (9" x 6").
    NZ$ 179.00 Set
  • 1/72 A6M3 Zero Rabaul Flying Group
    Mitsubishi A6M3 Zero, the primary Japanese Naval fighter in World War II. This carrier-based fighter was highly manoeuvrable and armed with a formidable array of two 20mm cannons and two 7.7mm machine guns. Zeros were used in the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941 and became infamous for their Kamikaze attacks on allied shipping later in the war. Iconic model. Rotating prop, drop tank, pilot figure, and comes with a display stand. Approx 12.5cm x 15cm (5" x 6").
    NZ$ 69.00 Each
    Out Of Stock
  • 1/72 F-16D USAF Edwards Test Center
    General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon of the Edwards Test Center 412th Test Wing. The 412th plans, conducts, analyzes, and reports on all flight and ground testing of aircraft, weapon systems, software and components as well as modeling and simulation for the Air Force. This nimble multi-role aircraft is used at "Eddie" as a chase plane during the test flights of other aircraft. Approx. 19cm x 14cm (7.5" x 5.5").
    NZ$ 95.00 Each
  • 1/72 Javelin FAW 9R XH892
    The Gloster Javelin is a twin-engine T-tailed delta-wing subsonic aircraft that served with Britain's Royal Air Force from the mid-1950s until the late 1960s. The Javelin was the last aircraft design to bear the Gloster name, and was the RAF's first purpose-built all-weather interceptor. FAW 9R's (R standing for "Range") were fitted to carry under-wing fuel tanks. Javelin FAW9R XH892 served with 23 and 64 Squadrons and is now on permanent display at the Norfolk and Suffolk Aviation Museum Flixton, Suffolk, England. Approx. 24.5cm x 22cm (9.5" x 8.5"). Comes with a metal display stand.
    NZ$ 145.00 Each
  • 1/72 P-51D Mustang Detroit Miss
    North American Aviation P-51D Mustang flown by Captain Urban "Ben" Drew, 375th Fighter Squadron, 361st Fighter Group of the 8th USAAF. Reportedly shot down the first two Messerschmitt Me-262 jet fighters of WW2. The Mustang was a superb long range fighter and fighter-bomber used during WW2, the Korean War, and other conflicts. Metal diecast model with some plastic parts. Rotating prop, pilot figure, and comes with a display stand. Great looking model. Approx 13cm x 16cm (5.25" x 6.25").
    NZ$ 89.00 Each
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  • 1/72 P-51D Mustang Shark of Zambales
    North American P-51D Mustang. Shark of Zambales was a famous P-51 flown by Lt. Col. Benito Ebuen of the Philippine Air Force (PAF). Renowned for speed and agility, the Mustang was highly durable and armed with six .50 calibre/12.7 mm M2 Browning machine guns. Metal diecast model with some plastic parts. Rotating prop, pilot figure, and comes with a display stand. Great looking model. Approx 13cm x 16cm (5.25" x 6.25").
    NZ$ 85.00 Each
  • 1/72 Typhoon Mk IV
    Hawker Typhoon IV, RB389, 440 Sqn, RCAF "City Of Ottawa". Flown by Canadian pilot Flt. Lt. Harry Hardy, and dubbed ‘Pulverizer IV’. Pilot figure, spinning prop, interchangeable landing gear. Limited Edition. Comes with display stand.
    NZ$ 105.00 Each
  • 1/72 1950's F-104S Starfighter
    USAF Starfighter....think Cold War...think Space Race! Classic aircraft of the era. All-weather high-performance supersonic interceptor (Mach 2). Its Exceptional acceleration, small trapezoid wings, and operational characteristics earned it the nickname "Widowmaker". The F-104S was the ultimate production version, and saw service with the Italian Air Force until 2004. This is a great value model. Comes with a metal display stand. Approx 23.5cm x 10.75cm (9.25" x 4.25").
    NZ$ 105.00 Each
  • 1/72 1940 Gloster Gladiator MKII
    British-built biplane fighter that saw action in almost all theatres during World War Two. Served with a large number of air forces, including some Axis countries. The Gladiator was to be the last British biplane fighter and the first fighter with an enclosed cockpit. It had a top speed of 257 miles per hour, and was armed four Browning.303 machine guns. Realistic panel lines and surface details. Display stand. Fixed, non-spinning propeller. No pilot figure. Approx. 10cm x 13.5cm (4.5" x 5.25")
    NZ$ 39.00 Each
    Out Of Stock
  • 1/72 1968 DH 110 Sea Vixen F(AW) Mk.2
    892 Squadron RNAS Yeovilton, XN694/305/VL, as used in Simon's Sircus Aerobatic team 1968. A twin boom, twin-engine, British two-seat jet fighter. The Sea Vixen became the first British aircraft to be solely armed with missiles, rockets and bombs. Great diecast metal model of this unusual aircraft. Approx. 23cm x 21cm x 6.5cm (9" x 8.25" x 2.5").
    NZ$ 139.00 Each
    Out Of Stock
  • 1/72 1988 RAF Tornado F3
    Panavia Tornado F3 ZE734 of 111 Fighter Squadron, RAF Leuchars Scotland. Shown in the RAF 90th Anniversary colours. Highly detailed die cast metal with plastic parts. Movable wings. Limited Edition, with numbered certificate, and a metal display stand. Approx. 25.5cm x 15.2cm x 5cm (10" x 6" x 2").
    NZ$ 105.00 Each
  • 1/72 1988 Panavia Tornado F3 ZE789 RAF
    56 Squadron, RAF Coningsby. Limited Edition with numbered certificate. Highly detailed diecast metal, with movable wings. Includes metal display stand. Approx. 25.5cm x 15.2cm x 5cm (10" x 6" x 2").
    NZ$ 105.00 Each
  • 1/72 F/A-18D Hornet 'Fighting Bengals'
    Marine All Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 224 (VMFA(AW)-224) is a United States Marine Corps F/A-18 Hornet squadron, also known as the "Fighting Bengals". Their mission is to Attack and destroy surface targets, day or night, conduct multi-sensor imagery reconnaissance, provide supporting arms coordination, and intercept and destroy enemy aircraft under all-weather conditions. This is a highly detailed metal diecast model with some plastic parts. Approx 23.5cm x 17.2cm (9.25" x 6.75"). No display stand.
    NZ$ 105.00 Each
  • 1/72 Hawker Sea Fury FB Mk. II Royal Navy
    The Sea Fury was one of the fastest production single piston-engine aircraft ever built, and entered service in 1947. Sea Fury's were used by a number of countries in carrier or land-based roles, and was the last propeller-driven fighter used by the Royal Navy. This diecast metal model sports the black and white invasion stripes used during the Korean War. Approx 14.25cm x 16cm (5.75" x 6.25"). Has rotating prop and includes a plastic display stand.
    NZ$ 85.00 Each
  • 1/72 1970 Fairey Gannet COD.4
    Fleet Air Arm No. 849 Naval Air Squadron COD.4 (Carrier Onboard Delivery) off HMS Hermes. Anti-submarine warfare and airborne early warning aircraft. Features a detailed cockpit, glazed blister canopies, and three crew figures. With contra-rotating propellers, and retractable ASV (Anti-Surface Vessel) radar mounted beneath the fuselage. Optional tricycle landing gear and an arrestor hook. Authentic markings. Comes with a metal display stand. Limited production run of 1500 models only. Approx 185mm x 230mm (7.25" x 9")
    NZ$ 102.00 Each



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