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Diecast Model Planes

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1/48 1940 Hurricane Mk. I
1/48 1940 Hurricane Mk. I 1/48
Hobby Master
NZ$ 145.00 Each
Hawker Hurricane Mark I LE-D of Squadron Leader Douglas Bader, No. 242 (Canadian) Squadron Coltishall, Sept 1940. Metal prop, canopy slides open, fully retractable landing gear, pilot can be removed. Comes with display stand. A classic!...
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1/48 1940 Spitfire Mk. 1A QV-K
1/48 1940 Spitfire Mk. 1A QV-K 1/48
Hobby Master
NZ$ 125.00 Each
Supermarine Spitfire P9386, No. 19 Squadron, September 1940. The Spitfire was the only Allied fighter to serve from the beginning of WW II (Sept 1939), through to the end (Aug 1945). Spit's also saw service into the 1950s. The Mk.1A had 8 x 0.303" Browning machine guns, 300 rounds/gun, a bulged canopy, 3-blade prop, armored windscreen, and armor in front of and behind the pilot. A great die-cast metal model of this classic aircraft. Has rotating prop, opening cockpit, removable pilot figure, and comes with a display stand....
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1/48 1940's P-51D Mustang
1/48 1940's P-51D Mustang 1/48
Hobby Master
NZ$ 149.00 Each
413691 "Passion Wagon" 1944. Captain Charles E "Chuck" Weaver, 362nd FS, 357th FG. Die-cast metal with some plastic parts. Cockpit slides open and pilot figure can be removed. Comes with display stand, and landing gear can be shown up or down....
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1/48 1940 Hurricane Mk I
1/48 1940 Hurricane Mk I 1/48
Hobby Master
NZ$ 142.00 Each
Hawker Hurricane Mk. I R4175. Sgt. J. František No.303 (Polish) Squadron RAF Northolt, Sept 1940. František shot down 17 aircraft and was the highest scoring Allied pilot during the Battle of Britain. Seven of his victories were scored flying R4175. Diecast metal with a minimum of plastic. Propeller is metal. Canopy slides open and pilot figure can be removed. Landing gear is fully retractable and can be displayed up or down. Comes with display stand....
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1/48 1940's P-47D Thunderbolt
1/48 1940's P-47D Thunderbolt 1/48
Hobby Master
NZ$ 149.00 Each
Republic P-47D Thunderbolt "Razorback" 42-75510, Lt. Col. Francis "Gabby" Gabreski, 61st FS, Halesworth, January 1944. Gabreski was the top American ace over Europe in World War II with 28 confirmed kills. Cockpit slides open and pilot figure is removable. Comes with display stand, landing gear can be displayed up or down. Approx. 23cm x 26cm (9" x 10.25")....
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1/48 1940's P-51B Mustang
1/48 1940's P-51B Mustang 1/48
Hobby Master
NZ$ 125.00 Each
North American P-51B Mustang 43-6506, 487th FS, 352nd FG, 8th Air Force, 1944. Flown by John “Muscles” Bennett. The 352nd's fearsome reputation saw their German opposition dub them the "Blue Nose Bastards of Bodney". Die-cast metal model with rotating prop, opening cockpit, and removable pilot figure. Comes with a display stand. Landing gear can be displayed up or down. This is a model with teeth!!. Approx. 20cm x 23cm (8" x 9")....
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1/48 1943 P-47D
1/48 1943 P-47D 1/48
Hobby Master
NZ$ 145.00 Each
Republic P-47 Thunderbolt Razorback 42-7945 "Miss Plainfield" of Steve Pisanos 334th FS/4th FG, USAAF, England. A heavy-weight of the sky's in both weight (around 8 tons) and armament (8 x .50 calibre machine guns). It could carry half the payload of a B-17 bomber!! Pretty much an airborne tank. Die-cast metal, rotating prop, cockpit opens, and pilot figure can be removed. Landing gear can be displayed up or down. Brilliant model. Approx. 23cm x 26cm (9" x 10.25"). Comes with a display stand....
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1/48 1944 Spitfire IXb VL-F
1/48 1944 Spitfire IXb VL-F 1/48
Hobby Master
NZ$ 145.00 Each
Supermarine Spitfire IXb "VL-F" MK320, RAF No.322 (Dutch) Squadron, 1944. The Mk. IX replaced the Mk. V in June 1942 and continued in service until the end of WWII. Diecast metal with a minimum of plastic. Metal propeller. Canopy slides open and pilot figure can be removed. Landing gear is fully retractable and can be displayed up or down. Comes with display stand....
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1/48 1944 Spitfire Mk. VIII
1/48 1944 Spitfire Mk. VIII 1/48
Hobby Master
NZ$ 145.00 Each
Supermarine Spitfire Mk. VIII "Fargo Express" HL-K, Lt. Leland P. Molland, 308th FS, Italy 1944. The 308th was one of the 31st FG’s three Spitfire squadrons. On January 22, 1944 the 31st FG participated in the invasion at Anzio and in mid-March was involved in the push to capture Cassino. Diecast metal with a minimum of plastic. Metal propeller. Canopy slides open and pilot figure can be removed. Landing gear is fully retractable and can be displayed up or down. Comes with display stand....
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1/72 Bristol Fighter F2B RFC
1/72 Bristol Fighter F2B RFC 1/72
Oxford Diecast
NZ$ 38.00 Each
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....
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1/72 1917 Airco DH4 Bomber
1/72 1917 Airco DH4 Bomber 1/72
Oxford Diecast
NZ$ 38.00 Each
Two seater World War One day bomber designed by Geoffrey De Havilland, hence the designation DH4. It entered service in 1917 with the RFC and saw action in Northern France and Italy. The DH4 was also flown by the RNAS/RAF on coastal patrols, as represented by this model. Armament consisted of a 0.303" Vickers machine gun for the pilot and a 0.303" Lewis gun on a Scarff ring for the observer. The DH4 could also carry two 230 lb bombs or four 112 lb bombs....
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1/72 1930's Tiger Moth Trainer RAF
1/72 1930's Tiger Moth Trainer RAF 1/72
Aviation 72
NZ$ 45.00 Each
De Havilland DH.82 Tiger Moth Mark II, R4922, of No. 7 Elementary Flying Training School based at Desford, Leicestershire. The Tiger Moth remained in service with the RAF until 1952 when many of the surplus aircraft entered civil operation. In New Zealand, in the late 1940's and early 1950's, many ex-RNZAF Tiger Moths were used for topdressing. Today, Tiger Moths remain a popular recreational aircraft. Metal diecast model with rotating prop. Comes with display stand and thread for strut stays (must be installed). Limited Edition of 1500 pieces. Approx. 10cm x 12cm (4" x 4.75")....
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1/72 1940 Gloster Gladiator MKII
1/72 1940 Gloster Gladiator MKII 1/72
Oxford Diecast
NZ$ 38.00 Each
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")...
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1/72 Fairey Swordfish
1/72 Fairey Swordfish 1/72
Oxford Diecast
NZ$ 39.00 Each
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")...
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1/72 1940 Avro Anson Mk1
1/72 1940 Avro Anson Mk1 1/72
Oxford Diecast
NZ$ 79.00 Each
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....
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1/72 1940's Arado Ar 196 A-3
1/72 1940's Arado Ar 196 A-3 1/72
Oxford Diecast
NZ$ 38.00 Each
German reconnaissance seaplane which became the standard Kriegsmarine aircraft during World War II. The Arado AR 196 enjoyed great success and was loved by its pilots for its easy handling in the air and on the water. Realistic panel lines and surface details. Display stand. Fixed, non-spinning propeller. No pilot figures....
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1/72 1940's Aichi
1/72 1940's Aichi "Val" 1/72
SkyMax
NZ$ 109.00 Each
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....
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1/72 1941 Hawker Hurricane Mk IIC
1/72 1941 Hawker Hurricane Mk IIC 1/72
Oxford Diecast
NZ$ 38.00 Each
British single-seat fighter. The Hurricane was the work-horse of the Battle of Britain, accounting for 60% of RAF air victories during the battle. It served in all the major theatres of the Second World War. Shown here is the Mk IIC flown by Squadron Leader Robert "Butch" Barton, 249 Squadron RAF, Malta. Has realistic panel lines and surface details. Comes with display stand. Fixed, non-spinning propeller. No pilot figure....
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1/72 1941 Wellington Bomber RAF (NZ)
1/72 1941 Wellington Bomber RAF (NZ) 1/72
Corgi Aviation Archive
NZ$ 235.00 Each
Vickers Wellington Mk I twin engined medium bomber, RAF Fetwell, England, 1941. Y for Yorker R1162 of RAF No.75 (New Zealand) Squadron. The New Zealand government gifted 30 Wellingtons and their crews to the RAF, in order to help in the war effort. The Wellington used a Barnes Wallis geodesic lattice construction to provide an incredibly strong, relatively light airframe. This model replicates the lattice and stretched fabric on wings and tail surfaces, and is clearly visible through the windows on the fuselage. Limited Edition of 925 pieces worldwide. Approx. 26cm x 36cm (10.25" x 14.25"). FREE SHIPPING TO NZ ADDRESSES....
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1/72 1942 Curtiss P-40 E Warhawk
1/72 1942 Curtiss P-40 E Warhawk "Flying Tigers" 1/72
Oxford Diecast
NZ$ 38.00 Each
American single-seat fighter and ground-attack aircraft. The Flying Tigers, known officially as the 1st American Volunteer Group (AVG), were a unit of the Chinese Air Force recruited from U.S. aviators. Compared to opposing Japanese fighters, the P-40B's strengths were that it was sturdy, well armed, faster in a dive and possessed an excellent rate of roll. Realistic panel lines and surface details. Display stand. Fixed, non-spinning propeller. No pilot figure....
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1/72 1940's Supermarine Spitfire Mk IXc - USAAF
1/72 1940's Supermarine Spitfire Mk IXc - USAAF 1/72
Gemini Aces
NZ$ 52.00 Each
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")....
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1/72 1944 Boeing B-17G
1/72 1944 Boeing B-17G 1/72
Corgi Aviation Archive
NZ$ 289.00 Each
USAAF B-17G-35-VE Flying Fortress Heavy Bomber. 42-97880/DF-F "Little Miss Mischief", 324th Bomb Squadron, 91st Bomb Group "Ragged Irregulars", Bassingbourn, Cambridgeshire, England, 1944. The B-17 epitomised America’s industrial and military might. Operating in massed formations, Flying Fortresses were designed to conduct daylight precision bombing missions with the aim of literally pounding the enemy into submission. This is a big model, with a big heavy metal display stand. Landing gear can be posed up or down. She looks pretty awesome. Approx. 320mm x 435mm. FREE SHIPPING TO NZ ADDRESSES....
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1/72 A6M3 Zero Rabaul Flying Group
1/72 A6M3 Zero Rabaul Flying Group 1/72
Witty Wings Sky Guardians
NZ$ 62.00 Each
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")....
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1/72 P-51D Mustang Detroit Miss
1/72 P-51D Mustang Detroit Miss 1/72
Witty Wings Sky Guardians
NZ$ 69.00 Each
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")....
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1/72 P-51D Mustang Shark of Zambales
1/72 P-51D Mustang Shark of Zambales 1/72
Witty Wings Sky Guardians
NZ$ 69.00 Each
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")....
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1/72 Typhoon Mk IV
1/72 Typhoon Mk IV 1/72
Corgi Aviation Archive
NZ$ 99.00 Each
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....
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1/72 1945 Nakajima Ki-84
1/72 1945 Nakajima Ki-84 "Frank" 1/72
Oxford Diecast
NZ$ 38.00 Each
Nakajima Ki-84 of the Imperial Japanese Army Air Service (IJAAS). Piloted by Captain Tomojiro Ogawa of 1st Chutai, 103rd Sentai at Itami Airfield. Its excellent performance, agility, and powerful armament made the Ki-84 more than a match for Allied fighters. Nicknamed Hayate (Gale) by the Japanese, it was code-named "Frank" by the allies. It stayed in service with some overseas operators beyond the Korean War. INCLUDES PLASTIC STAND (landing gear is permanently retracted). Fixed, non-spinning propeller. No pilot figure. Approx. 13.5cm x 15cm (5.25" x 6")....
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1/72 1945 Kawanishi N1K2 343 Kōkūtai
1/72 1945 Kawanishi N1K2 343 Kōkūtai 1/72
Oxford Diecast
NZ$ 38.00 Each
The N1K2 "Shiden" was considered by its pilots and opponents to be one of the finest Japanese land-based fighters of WWII. The N1K had heavy armament and could absorb considerable battle damage. The N1K-J evenly matched the F6F Hellcat and proved better than the A6M Zero in combat against F4U Corsairs and P-51 Mustangs. INCLUDES PLASTIC STAND (landing gear is permanently retracted). Fixed, non-spinning propeller. No pilot figure....
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1/72 1949 DH Mosquito FB Mk VI
1/72 1949 DH Mosquito FB Mk VI 1/72
Oxford Diecast
NZ$ 43.00 Each
De Havilland Mosquito FB Mk VI, RAF No.204 Advanced Flying School, HR2424, RAF Brize Norton, England, 1949. Like many Mossies that survived World War II, HR2424 continued service in a training role. Decorated in the grey/green camo scheme, with identity number printed in black on the underside of the wings while the upper sides feature the RAF roundel. Fixed (non-rotating) propellors. Landing gear fixed in the raised position. Approx. 17cm x 23cm (6.75" x 9")....
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1/72 Hawker Sea Fury FB Mk. II Royal Navy
1/72 Hawker Sea Fury FB Mk. II Royal Navy 1/72
Witty Wings Sky Guardians
NZ$ 72.00 Each
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....
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1/72 1951 DH Hornet F3
1/72 1951 DH Hornet F3 1/72
Oxford Diecast
NZ$ 79.00 Each
de Havilland Hornet F3 Strike Fighter, WB909 N 80 Squadron, RAF Kai Tak, Hong Kong. One of Oxford's high spec models. Rotating props. Landing gear can be displayed up or extended. Approx. 16cm x 19cm (6.25" x 7.5"). Comes with display stand....
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1/72 1955 de Havilland Sea Hornet F20
1/72 1955 de Havilland Sea Hornet F20 1/72
Oxford Diecast
NZ$ 79.00 Each
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....
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1/72 1970 Fairey Gannet COD.4
1/72 1970 Fairey Gannet COD.4 1/72
Sky Guardians Europe
NZ$ 99.00 Each
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")...
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1/72 Westland Wessex HU5
1/72 Westland Wessex HU5 1/72
Corgi
NZ$ 99.00 Each
30 years Falklands Anniversary. Westland Wessex HU5 XT480, X-Q, 847 Naval Air Squadron, Bluff Cove, Falklands Islands, 8th June 1982. Rotating prop, sliding door, crew figures. Limited Edition of 1200 pieces. Approx. 28cm x 23.5cm (11" x 9.25")...
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