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Academy 1/32 Nieuport 17 2190 ACA-12110 Academy 1/32 Nieuport 17 2190 ACA-12110
$21.99
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Academy 1/32 Nieuport 17 2190
Academy 1/32 Sopwith Camel F-1 RAAF Decals ACA-12109 Academy 1/32 Sopwith Camel F-1 RAAF Decals ACA-12109
$24.99
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Academy 1/32 Sopwith Camel F-1 RAAF Decals
Academy 1/48 Merssershmitt BF109T-2 ACA-12225 Academy 1/48 Merssershmitt BF109T-2 ACA-12225
$37.99
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Academy 1/48 Merssershmitt BF109T-2
Academy 1/48 Mig-21 MF Soviet Air Force & Export LE Academy 1/48 Mig-21 MF Soviet Air Force & Export LE
$42.99
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Academy 1/48 Mig-21 MF Soviet Air Force & Export LE
Academy 1/48 TBM-3 Avenger USS Bunker Hill ACA-12285 Academy 1/48 TBM-3 Avenger USS Bunker Hill ACA-12285
$63.99
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Academy 1/48 TBM-3 Avenger USS Bunker Hill
Academy 1/72 Sopwith Camel WWI Fighter Academy 1/72 Sopwith Camel WWI Fighter
$6.99
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Description

1/72 Plastic Sopwith Camel WWI Fighter from Academy Plastics.
Suitable for ages 10+

The Sopwith Camel is considered by many to be the best British fighter used in WWI. The Camel was fast and extremely nimble. Armed with two Vickers 7.7mm machine guns it made a formidable opponent. The name Camel came from the hump in the fuselage which covered the two machine guns.

Academy 1/72 Spad XIII WWI Fighter 1623 ACA-12446 Academy 1/72 Spad XIII WWI Fighter 1623 ACA-12446
$6.99
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Description

The French-built SPAD XIII was one of the most famous fighters of World War I. While most of the fighters in use during the War used a rotating radial engine(Rotary), the SPAD was one of the first to use the more powerful and efficient liquid-cooled inline type which later became the standard power unit for fighter aircraft for many years.

So effective was the SPAD that

Airfix 1/48 Hawker Fury 1 AIR-04103 Airfix 1/48 Hawker Fury 1 AIR-04103
$34.99
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Description

Bearing the distinction of being the first RAF fighter to exceed 200mph in level flight, the Hawker Fury was one of the most capable fighters of the era until surpassed, first by the Gloster Gladiator and then by the monoplane Hawker Hurricane and Supermarine Spitfire.

While beautiful and fast, the Fury was also much

Airfix 1/48 Supermarine Walrus Mk.1 Airfix 1/48 Supermarine Walrus Mk.1
$67.99
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Description

It would be difficult to think of an aircraft design so markedly different to the sleek and elegant Spitfire, but the Supermarine Walrus amphibious biplane was from the hand of the same designer. Despite its somewhat ungainly appearance, the Walrus proved to be an incredibly effective aircraft and flexible enough to take on a number of roles in some of the most demanding operating

Airfix 1/72 BE2c Night Fighter Royal Aircraft Facility Airfix 1/72 BE2c Night Fighter Royal Aircraft Facility
$18.99
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Description

The stable flight characteristics of the government designed Royal Aircraft Factory BE2c made it an ideal choice for use as a home defence night fighter aircraft.  It famously claimed the destruction of the first German Airship over Britain on 3rd September 1916, earning pilot Lt. William Leefe Robinson a Victoria Cross.

At a time when obtaining the

Airfix 1/72 Fokker E.II Eindecker Airfix 1/72 Fokker E.II Eindecker
$12.99
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Description

 

Significant in the history of aerial warfare, the Fokker Eindecker was the first purpose built German WWI fighter aircraft and the first to be fitted with gun synchronisation gear, which allowed the pilot to shoot through the arc of the propeller and in his line of sight. 

Airfix 1/72 Fokker EII/BE2C Dog Fight Double Starter Set Airfix 1/72 Fokker EII/BE2C Dog Fight Double Starter Set
$36.99
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Description

Set includes:

  • 8 Acrylic paints
  • 2 Brushes
  • 1 Poly Cement

 

The Fokker ‘Eindecker’ (meaning single wing) monoplane fighters were the first purpose designed Fokker E.II Eindecker Specification: German fighter aircraft of the First World War. Fitted for the first time with reliable ‘interrupter gear’ which enabled the single machine gun

Airfix 1/72 Royal Aircraft Factory BE2C Scout Airfix 1/72 Royal Aircraft Factory BE2C Scout
$18.99
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Description

Designed specifically to allow aircrews to effectively secure vital reconnaissance imagery from above the battlefields of the Western Front, the Royal Aircraft Factory BE2c Scout was an aircraft with very few vices. Easy to fly and extremely stable in the air, the aircraft allowed Allied military planners to obtain clear and detailed photographs of enemy positions and troop concentrations.

Military

Airfix 1/72 Swordfish Airfix 1/72 Swordfish
$39.99
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The Royal Navy's primary torpedo bomber of the Second World War, the Swordfish, despite its obsolescence, proved to be an effective anti-submarine and torpedo bomber right up until the end of hostilities in 1945, going on in fact to outlive its intended replacement, the Albacore, in Royal Navy Service. Involved in such famous actions as the Taranto raid, the Bismark operation and the Channel Dash,
Azur 1/48 Loire Nieuport LN 411 AZ021 Azur 1/48 Loire Nieuport LN 411 AZ021
$68.95
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Azur 1/48 Loire Nieuport LN 411

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Academy 1/32 Nieuport 17 2190
Academy 1/32 Sopwith Camel F-1 RAAF Decals
Academy 1/48 Merssershmitt BF109T-2
Academy 1/48 Mig-21 MF Soviet Air Force & Export LE
Academy 1/48 TBM-3 Avenger USS Bunker Hill

Description

1/72 Plastic Sopwith Camel WWI Fighter from Academy Plastics.
Suitable for ages 10+

The Sopwith Camel is considered by many to be the best British fighter used in WWI. The Camel was fast and extremely nimble. Armed with two Vickers 7.7mm machine guns it made a formidable opponent. The name Camel came from the hump in the fuselage which covered the two machine guns.

Description

The French-built SPAD XIII was one of the most famous fighters of World War I. While most of the fighters in use during the War used a rotating radial engine(Rotary), the SPAD was one of the first to use the more powerful and efficient liquid-cooled inline type which later became the standard power unit for fighter aircraft for many years.

So effective was the SPAD that

Description

Bearing the distinction of being the first RAF fighter to exceed 200mph in level flight, the Hawker Fury was one of the most capable fighters of the era until surpassed, first by the Gloster Gladiator and then by the monoplane Hawker Hurricane and Supermarine Spitfire.

While beautiful and fast, the Fury was also much

Description

It would be difficult to think of an aircraft design so markedly different to the sleek and elegant Spitfire, but the Supermarine Walrus amphibious biplane was from the hand of the same designer. Despite its somewhat ungainly appearance, the Walrus proved to be an incredibly effective aircraft and flexible enough to take on a number of roles in some of the most demanding operating

Description

The stable flight characteristics of the government designed Royal Aircraft Factory BE2c made it an ideal choice for use as a home defence night fighter aircraft.  It famously claimed the destruction of the first German Airship over Britain on 3rd September 1916, earning pilot Lt. William Leefe Robinson a Victoria Cross.

At a time when obtaining the

Description

 

Significant in the history of aerial warfare, the Fokker Eindecker was the first purpose built German WWI fighter aircraft and the first to be fitted with gun synchronisation gear, which allowed the pilot to shoot through the arc of the propeller and in his line of sight. 

Description

Set includes:

  • 8 Acrylic paints
  • 2 Brushes
  • 1 Poly Cement

 

The Fokker ‘Eindecker’ (meaning single wing) monoplane fighters were the first purpose designed Fokker E.II Eindecker Specification: German fighter aircraft of the First World War. Fitted for the first time with reliable ‘interrupter gear’ which enabled the single machine gun

Description

Designed specifically to allow aircrews to effectively secure vital reconnaissance imagery from above the battlefields of the Western Front, the Royal Aircraft Factory BE2c Scout was an aircraft with very few vices. Easy to fly and extremely stable in the air, the aircraft allowed Allied military planners to obtain clear and detailed photographs of enemy positions and troop concentrations.

Military

The Royal Navy's primary torpedo bomber of the Second World War, the Swordfish, despite its obsolescence, proved to be an effective anti-submarine and torpedo bomber right up until the end of hostilities in 1945, going on in fact to outlive its intended replacement, the Albacore, in Royal Navy Service. Involved in such famous actions as the Taranto raid, the Bismark operation and the Channel Dash,
Azur 1/48 Loire Nieuport LN 411