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1/72 Haunebu II – German Flying Saucer

Squadron Models 1/72 Haunebu II - German Flying Saucer  - SQM0001 MMd Squadron offers us a very interesting subject of a futuristic Luftwaffe aircraft, the Haunebu II German Flying saucer.This comes in a very big box full of parts, 125 parts in total. The Kit finished will measure around 14 inches across, a big kit having in mind its only 1/72 in scale. The instruction pages are in color and in a very easy to follow

New Airfix Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress 1:72

Airfix just announced a 1/72 scale Boeing B-17 G in new tooling, I must say Its was about time for a new tool version of this Iconic World War Two Aircraft, so we need to compare it with the latest version of Academy and see how much have improved this new kit, in the meantime check the fantastic pictures and the description brought from the Airfix website:   "The definitive version of this classic USAAF heavy bomber,

Academy B-17E ‘Pacific Theater’

The B-17E (299-O) was an extensive redesign of that used in previous models up to the B-17D. The most obvious change was a redesigned vertical stabilizer, originally developed for the Boeing 307 by George S. Schairer. The new fin had a distinctive shape for the time, with the other end of the fuselage retaining the well-framed, ten panel bombardier's nose glazing from the B-series design. Because experience had shown that the plane would be vulnerable to

Typhoon Mk.Ib mid prod./ four blade prop.

The Hawker Typhoon (Tiffy in RAF slang), was a British single-seat fighter-bomber, produced by Hawker Aircraft. It was intended to be a medium–high altitude interceptor, as a replacement for the Hawker Hurricane but several design problems were encountered and it never completely satisfied this requirement. The Typhoon was designed to mount 12 machine guns and be powered by the latest 2000 hp engines. Its service introduction in mid-1941 was plagued with problems and for several months

1/72 German Haunebu I

The SS E-IV (Entwicklungsstelle 4), a development unit of the SS occult “Order of the Black Sun” was tasked with researching alternative energies to make the Third Reich independent of scarce fuel oil for war production. Their work included developing alternative energies and fuel sources through coal gasification, research into grain alcohol fuels, less complicated coal burning engines for vehicles and generators, as well as highly advanced liquid oxygen turbines, total reaction turbines, AIP (Air

Revell Arado Ar (E) 555

In 1944, the Imperial Air Ministry requested a long-range, high-speed bomber that could carry 8,819 lb (4,000 kg) payloads. The stealthy Ar555 was Arado's preferred prototype. By year's end, however, the expensive project was scrapped. This model kit features detailed surfaces with recessed panel joints, a detailed cockpit with instrument panel and seats, the choice of a "lowered" or "retracted" undercarriage, movable MG 151/20 machine guns with two optional positions, a detailed bomb bay, three SC 1000

Revell 1/72 Fairey Gannet Model Kit

History: The Gannet was built in response to the 1945 Admiralty requirement GR.17/45, for which prototypes by Fairey (Type Q or Fairey 17, after the requirement) and Blackburn Aircraft (the Blackburn B-54 / B-88) were built. After considering and discounting the Rolls-Royce Tweed turboprop, Fairey selected an engine based on the Armstrong Siddeley Mamba: the Double Mamba (or "Twin Mamba"), basically two Mambas mounted side-by-side and coupled through a common gearbox to coaxial contra-rotating propellers. Revell 1/72

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