The Dallas-built version of the P-51D, designated the P-51K, was equipped with an Aeroproducts propeller in place of the Hamilton Standard prop, as well as a larger differently configured canopy and other minor differences.
Historically, the Gloster Meteor was Britain’s first jet fighter and the only Allied jet aircraft to see service during the Second World War. The F.8 variant of the Meteor was perhaps the definitive incarnation of this famous aircraft and was the main RAF fighter throughout the 1950’s
Arguably the ultimate version of the Spitfire, the unarmed Rolls-Royce Griffon powered PR.XIX reconnaissance aircraft relied on speed and stealth to survive in the combat area. This version of the Spitfire still holds the world altitude record for a single piston engined aircraft, set at 51,500 ft. in February 1952 by Flight Lieutenant Ted Powles.
This set includes an undecorated diorama base to use with model kits of a Sherman Tank, Tiger Tank, and Forward Command Post. To complete the model are British Paratroops and German Infantry figures. Be as creative as you wish to put all these models together to build a battle scene typical of WWII
Mat Irvine: This is a reissue of the vehicle that appeared in Batman Returns of 1992. At one point in the movie, the Batmobile morphs into this Bat-Missile version, basically by throwing off outer panels and twisting the double wheels, to become an slender eight-wheeler.
• 1/25 Scale, skill 3
• Molded in white
• Super-detailed Kenworth drag truck with custom body and spoiler wing
• All-new “Bandag” front & rear semi truck tires with pad-printed lettering
• Authentic expanded decal sheet with 1:1 version options
• Bonus mini display box
• Vintage Retro Deluxe™ packaging
• Not available for over 35 years!
• 1/25 scale, skill 2
• Paint and cement required
• Molded in white with chrome and clear parts
• Beautiful expanded decals with improved authentic graphics
• Realistic front tire size and pad-printed drag slicks
• Retro Deluxe™ vintage packaging
• Bonus mini display box
The first Skyline GT-R, known by the internal Nissan designation PGC10, was released on 4 February 1969, and was exclusive to Japanese Nissan dealership network called Nissan Prince Store when the Prince company was integrated into Nissan operations in 1966. It was available originally as a four-door sedan after a public debut at the October 1968 Tokyo Motor Show. It was advertised alongside the Nissan R380 racecar to showcase the Skyline’s racing heraldry. It was equipped with the 2.0 L DOHC S20 I6 producing 160 hp (120 kW) at 7000 rpm and 177 N·m (131 ft·lbf) of torque at 5600 rpm. Power was delivered to the rear wheels by a 5-speed manual transmission. The first Skyline GT-R rode on a semi-trailing arm strut suspension. It was available as a coupe in March 1971 with the chassis code KPGC10.
Aoshima 1/24 Mine's R34 Skyline GT-R Kit
Mine's is a tuning firm who makes software upgrades for hundreds of Japanese cars, but only makes hardware upgrades for a few select cars. Its performance upgrades include exhaust systems, engine computers, camshafts, suspension parts, brake systems, and carbon fiber body parts. Mine's is well known for its work on the Nissan Skyline GT-R.
The GTR is yet another huge step for Nissan, this high quality model including engine is really something special. This superb quality plastic model is a must for all JDM enthusiasts.
Official Aoshima part number; 04284
From Aoshima comes this highly-detailed kit of the 1982 Nissan KS110 Silvia Super Silhouette! The body is molded in white, with the interior and chassis molded in black. Features matte chrome wheels with black rubber tires, plus clear parts, chrome parts, and decals. A curbside kit, with no engine parts.
Fujimi: 1/24 Driver Figures – Model Kit
This is a set of gray plastic parts to build the figures as shown here and described in the title–a male driver in a competition suit, another male driver and a female driver in casual clothing, three different helmeted heads, and a race queen!
This item is a set of injection-plastic detail parts for use with car models.
With this highly detailed press together model kit (no glue required). you can build and custom paint this amazing piece of japanese performance car history.
a perfect kit for a new modeller starting out
A nice curbside (no engine detail) kit of the Mazda Savanna GT Late Type, as a racing version. Body is molded in white, with interior molded in black. Matte chrome deep-dish wheels and fat low-profile racing tires. Includes the fender flares and front and rear spoilers for the race version, but it will take some minor surgery to attach these parts to the stock body.
Fujimi: 1/24 Garage & Tools – Model Set
This complete and very detailed set allows you to build a garage (two walls and a floor) plus all the tools that go within, which you can arrange to your liking. There are a lot of tools, including small hand tools (screwdrivers, pliers, hammers, nippers, wrenches, and more). Clear plates are included for the third and fourth “walls” so you can secure your garage for display; clear parts are also included for the windows. “Flooring” is included for the tiled look; and a sheet of water-slide decals for mimicking the product stickers generally found in a garage, is included as well. Well worth the money and time that it'll take to put it all together!
A highly-detailed kit of the Nissan Skyline Japan 4Dr. (C210 Late Ver.). Body molded in white, interior and chassis molded in black. Features chrome wheels and black rubber tires, plus decals for the exterior and interior. A curbside kit, with no engine parts.
Manufactured by Fujimi in 1/12 scale with reference FJ141435.
Sponsored by Pepsi.
Driven by Kevin Schwantz with number 34
Raced at the Motorcycle World Championship in 1988.
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Package measures 210 mm x 325 mm x 70 mm (width x depth x height), weighting 360 g.
This is a great model and now it comes with smooth saucer top and bottom no good lines whatsoever although you can draw your own if you wish but this is a great saucer and paneling for this is great if you follow the TV series star ship on Blu-ray it really shows beautiful paneling on this ship
#14004 Yamaha RZ350 Motorcycle No.004 - Tamiya 1/12 The full size RZ350 was released in February 1981 in the Japanese market. The engine was attached to the frame by two orthogonal mounts, which resulted in a lighter frame design with a dry weight of just 143kg. Due to its high performance, which allowed it to take on larger 750cc displacement bikes, the bike was given the Japanese nickname "750-killer." The Tamiya 1/12 model faithfully replicates the full size bike in every detail.
About the model
1/12 Scale Model
Double cradle frame and monocross suspension are accurately reproduced.
Vinyl tubing included to depict brake and meter cables, etc.
Synthetic rubber tires with realistic tread pattern.
Steerable front wheel.
The model can be depicted either with or without front cowling.
High-quality Cartograf decals included.
A water-cooled 4 cylinder petrol engine producing 25hp powered the bus through a 3-speed and reverse gearbox with a shaft to the rear wheels. The chassis was made of ash faced with steel and the cast steel wheels had solid rubber tyres. Civilian versions were fitted with fenders on each side between the wheels to prevent people from falling under the rear wheels.
Perhaps not the most famous RAF aircraft of WWII, the Whitley was one of three British medium bombers in service at the outbreak of the Second World War and although it was withdrawn from front line bombing duties following the introduction of heavier, four-engined bombers, it was to see service right through to the end of the war.
While the Lancaster saw the vast majority of its service as a high altitude night bomber attacking strategic targets deep within Germany, notably its involvement in the battles of the Ruhr, Hamburg and Berlin, it was a daring low-level raid that gave the Lancaster arguably its finest hour.
The Bedford MW series was the smallest of the wartime Bedford trucks and many thousands were produced throughout the Second World War. Early models earned the nickname the ‘Pneumonia Wagon’ due to their small windscreens and open cabs.
Ordered straight from the drawing board in 1935 the Bristol Type 142, later called the Blenheim was, for its time, a very advanced aircraft but by the outbreak of the Second World War it had been overtaken by fighter development.
The Willys Jeep, officially designated Truck, 1/2 ton, 4x4, is the best known of all the American vehicles of the Second World War. Originally intended to be a command and reconnaissance car, it became the most versatile of all vehicles. Able to be armed with machine guns and to tow small artillery pieces, the Jeep was essential to the Allied war effort.
The Crusader Tank was one of the primary weapons of the British Army during its early engagements with the Germans during the Second World War. While early variants fought in the campaigns in France and then Greece, the Mk.III Crusader proved itself to be invaluable during the desert in North Africa where, in the vast expanses of the desert speed was a vital factor in tank engagements.
During the early stages of WWII, the American built Curtiss P-40B proved to be one of the most important fighter aircraft available to Allied Air Forces. Flying with the RAF in North Africa and the American Volunteer Group in China, the Allison V-1710-33 powered P-40B was to became one of the most distinctive fighters of the entire war, wearing their fearsome shark-mouth artwork.
The second World War had seriously affected Great Britain’s abilities to proceed with airliner development, and it was realised that the USA would have virtual domination in this field unless steps were taken to catch up. The Brabazon Committee was formed in 1943 to look into Britain’s post war aviation prospects, and a series of recommendations was issued in 1944; one of these was to produce an advanced turbojet powered airliner for BOAC.