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Diecast Model Propeller Planes
 

Aviation classics
  • 1/36 Little Nellie Gyrocopter
    50th Anniversary special edition James Bond autogyro as featured in the 1967 movie "You Only Live Twice". "Little Nellie" was heavily armed, with two forward-firing machine guns in the nose, two sets of rear-facing twin flamethrowers, small-cluster rocket launchers each side of the cockpit, twin heat-seeking air-to-air missiles fixed under the body, and a payload of aerial mines for ground targets. That's a whole lot of Nellie!! She also had a top speed of 100 mph and a range of 130 miles. This lethal little package could be disassembled to fit into four suitcases, and shipped far and wide. An iconic model from a Bond classic. Rotor span 208mm (8.25"), body approx. 110mm x 55mm x 65mm (4.25" x 2.25" x 2.5").
    NZ$ 59.00 Each
  • 1/48 1942 Hawker Hurricane Mk IIc
    JX-E 'Night Reaper' BE581, No. 1 Squadron RAF. As flown by Czech pilot Karel Kuttelwascher during night intruder missions. On May 4, 1942, Kuttelwascher shot down three He-111's. This fighter ace ended the war with 18 confirmed victories and two DFC's. Die-cast metal with some plastic parts. Metal propeller, opening canopy, and removable pilot figure. Landing gear can be displayed up or down. Approx. 20cm x 25cm (8" x 9.75"). Comes with plastic display stand.
    NZ$ 165.00 Each
  • 1/48 1915 E.II Eindecker
    Fokker E.II Eindecker 69/15. Flown by Kurt von Crailsheim, FFA 53, Monthois, France, October 1915. The Eindecker was the first plane designed to shoot down other aircraft, and was also the first to feature a synchronised machine gun (which fired through the arc of the moving propeller). A brilliant looking model, that comes with a pilot figure, has a rotating prop, and fine rigging detail. Also comes with a display stand, and numbered Collector Card. Model approx. 15cm x 21cm x 5cm (6" x 8.25" x 2").
    NZ$ 118.00 Each
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  • 1/48 1918 Sopwith Camel F.1
    Sopwith Camel F.1 D3326 of RAF No. 209 Squadron. Flown by Lieutenant Wilfred May when being chased by the famous Red Baron, Manfred von Richthofen, on 21st April 1918. This event ultimately ended in the death of the Red Baron, who died from a single .303 bullet fired from the ground. Part of the Death of the Red Baron Special Edition. Finely detailed model, with wood-grain effect rotating prop, pilot figure, and fine wire rigging. Comes with a fixed undercarriage, display stand, and collector card. Approx. 12cm x 17cm (4.75" x 6.75").
    NZ$ 115.00 Each
  • 1/48 1918 Fokker DR.1 Triplane
    Fokker DR.1 Triplane, flown by Wolfram von Richthofen on 21st April 1918. Wolfram unwittingly played a part in the death on this day of his famous cousin Manfred von Richthofen, the Red Baron. Finely detailed model, with wood-grain effect rotating prop, pilot figure, and fine wire rigging. Part of the Death of the Red Baron Special Edition. Comes with a fixed undercarriage, display stand, and collector card. Approx. 12cm x 15cm (4.75" x 6").
    NZ$ 119.00 Each
  • 1/48 1940 Bf 109E-4 White 14
    Messerschmitt Bf 109E-4, 'White 14'. One of the most successful fighter aircraft of all time, as flown by the "Star of Africa" Fahnrich Hans Joachim Marseille (one of the most successful fighter pilots of all time). This model features a canopy that slides open, removable pilot figure, rotating metal propeller. Landing gear can be shown up or down. Comes with display stand.
    NZ$ 160.00 Each
  • 1/48 1940's P-47D Thunderbolt
    Republic Aviation P-47D Razorback 42-76179 "Little Chief". Flown by Lieutenant Frank Klibbe, USAAF 56th FG, 61st FS, Halesworth, UK, March 1944. One of the largest and heaviest fighters in history to be powered by a single engine. The Thunderbolt could take a ton of punishment and was a mainstay of the USAAF during World War 2. Die-cast metal, rotating prop, cockpit opens, and pilot figure can be removed. Landing gear can be displayed up or down. Awesome, authentic, looking model. Approx. 23cm x 26cm (9" x 10.25"). Comes with a display stand.
    NOTE: The box is a bit munted in one corner, but, the model is fine.
    NZ$ 155.00 Each
  • 1/48 1944 Spitfire IXc
    Spitfire Mk IXc MJ586 LO-D, 602 Squadron, RAF. As flown in France June/July 1944 by French fighter pilot Pierre Clostermann DFC. Sliding canopy, removable pilot figure, and display stand. Landing gear can be displayed up or down.
    NZ$ 169.00 Each
    Out Of Stock
  • 1/48 1945 FW190 F-9
    Focke-Wulf FW190 F-9 "Butcherbird", as flown by a Technical Officer for II/SG1, Munchen-Neubiberg, Germany, 1945. Regarded as one of the best fighter planes of World War II, it provided greater firepower than the Bf 109 and superior low to medium altitude manoeuvrability. The FW190 was superior to Allied fighters until the arrival of the Spitfire Mk. IX. Highly detailed model, with sliding cockpit and removable pilot figure. Comes with a display stand, and landing gear can be shown up or down. Approx. 18cm x 21.5cm (7" x 8.5")
    NZ$ 169.00 Each
  • 1/72 Bristol Fighter F2B RFC
    Royal Flying Corps World War One fighter. The "Brisfit" or "Biff" was originally designed as a reconnaissance aircraft, but, went on to become the most successful and deadly British two-seater fighter of the first world war. Its agility and solid design saw it remain in military service into the 1930s. Realistic panel lines and surface details. Display stand. Fixed, non-spinning propeller. No pilot figures.
    NZ$ 39.00 Each
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  • 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 Fairey Swordfish
    Fairey Swordfish Mk1 U3M, s/n L2810, 818 NAS, Royal Navy, Deployed aboard HMS Furious, Narvik, Norway 1940. Torpedo bomber biplane with a fabric covered metal airframe, affectionately nicknamed "Stringbag". Composite resin model, with 457mm torpedo, and realistic surface details. Fixed, non-spinning propeller. Comes with display stand. No pilot figures. Approx. 15cm x 19.5cm (6" x 7.75")
    NZ$ 39.00 Each
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  • 1/72 1940 Avro Anson Mk1
    British twin-engined aircraft as flown by Pilot Officer Peters, 500 Squadron, RAF Detling. Ansons served with the RAF, Fleet Air Arm and some Commonwealth Air Forces before, during and after WWII. Originally meant for maritime reconnaissance, but, was found to be more suitable as an aircrew trainer. It was used to train pilots for flying multi-engined bombers and also to train navigators, wireless operators, bomb aimers and air gunners. It entered service in 1936 and was finally retired from the RAF as late as 1968.
    NZ$ 95.00 Each
    Out Of Stock
  • 1/72 1940 Bf 109E-4 W.Nr. 3579
    Messerschmitt Bf 109E-4, W.Nr. 3579 'White 14'. One of the most successful fighter aircraft of all time, the Bf 109 saw service throughout WWII and was the mount of more air aces than any other aircraft in history. Nr. 3579 was flown by one of the most celebrated fighter pilots of all time, Fahnrich Hans Joachim Marseille (the "Star of Africa"). Landing gear can be displayed up or down. Comes with display stand and Collectors Card. Approx. 13cm x 12cm (5" x 4.75").
    NZ$ 99.00 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 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 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 1940's Supermarine Spitfire Mk IXc - USAAF
    The Mark IX Spitfire was developed in response to the Focke Wulf FW190, and a number were diverted for USAAF use. Shown here is the Mk IXc of USAAF Lieutenant Fred Ohr in Mediterranean ops colour scheme. Metal diecast, spinning propeller, movable control surfaces, numbered certificate, optional landing gear up/down, metal display stand. Very very nice model. Approx. 13cm x 15cm (5" x 6").
    NZ$ 59.00 Each
  • 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 1941 Dornier 17Z
    Dornier Do17Z-2 U5-BH, 1./KG.2 ‘Holzhammer’ Tatoi, Greece, May 1941 ‘Operation Marita’. A fast attack aircraft, or Schnellbomber, intended to carry out lightning bombing attacks at high speed. Due to its sleek tapering fuselage, the Do17 was nicknamed ‘The Flying Pencil’. Its design prevented it from carrying large bomb loads, but, its profile made it a difficult target in dogfights.
    NZ$ 179.00 Each
    Out Of Stock
  • 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
  • 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
    Out Of Stock
  • 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$ 75.00 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$ 75.00 Each
  • 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 1944 Heinkel He219
    Heinkel He219 A0/R6, G9+FK, Uhu Ernst-Wilhelm Modrow. Top scoring He219 night fighter ace while posted with 2/Nachjagdgeschwader (2/NJG1) in the Netherlands, 1944. The Uhu ("Eagle-Owl") was a Luftwaffe night fighter that served in the later stages of WW II. Relatively sophisticated and innovative, it was the first operational military aircraft to have ejection seats and the first operational German WW II aircraft with tricycle landing gear. Limited Edition of 2000 pieces.
    NZ$ 99.00 Each
    Out Of Stock
  • 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 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$ 82.00 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 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
  • 1/200 Spain AF Orion
    Lockheed P-3M Orion. Serial 22-35 of 221 Sqn Spanish Air Force, based at Morón AB, Seville (2018). First flown in 1959, and based on the Electra turboprop airliner, the Orion is a four engined anti submarine maritime patrol aircraft. It's distinctive “stinger” tail boom houses a sensitive Magnetic Anomaly Detector. An internal bomb bay can house a variety of torpedoes and weapons, while underwing pylons can be used to carry anti-shipping missiles or bombs. The P-3’s original mission was to track Soviet submarines during the cold war. Only 168 Pieces worldwide. No display stand. Approx. 18cm x 15cm (7" x 6").
    NZ$ 149.00 Each
  • 1/200 1965 Hercules RNZAF
    Lockheed Hercules C-130H (L-382), Royal New Zealand Air Force, NZ7003. Providing strategic and tactical airlift capability, and supporting humanitarian relief operations. In 1965 the RNZAF took delivery of the first C-130H production models off the Lockheed production line (NZ7001, NZ7002, & NZ7003). Metal diecast model with rotating props. Comes with a metal display stand. Approx. 15cm x 20.5cm (6" x 8").
    NZ$ 190.00 Each
    Out Of Stock



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