JUST IN! We are pleased to share with our visitors the first pictures of the upcoming Tamiya 1/32 Vought F4U-D Corsair. We don't know if this are test or production shots of the sprues, but either way, the detail is exquisite. Tamiya 1/32 Vought F4U-D Corsair
Star wars or commercial airliners fans are gonna love this new set of decals for the line of Boeing in 1/144 by Pas Decals from Russia. Intended for the Zvezda models, but may work to the Revell version too, you can make a fantastic representation of the 2015 repainted Boeing 787 Dreamliners from the ANA Airlines from Japan. Take a look to this fantastic Decal Sheet!
Along we are pleased to show some of the latest products released by our friends at GreenStrawberry. Not too long ago this company started offering a set of photo etch grille set for the then new 1/44 Millenium Falcon from Bandai. A more comprehensive set for the Falcon (01616-1/144) was added to their catalog and the rest is history. Since then, Green Strawberry has been growing exponentially offering more high quality photo etch and transkits
The Lamborghini Countach is a mid-engined, V12 sports car produced by Italian car manufacturer Lamborghini from 1974 to 1990. Its design pioneered and popularized the wedge-shaped, sharply angled look popular in many high-performance sports cars. It also popularized the "cab forward" design concept, which pushes the passenger compartment forward to accommodate a larger rear-mounted engine. The Countach was styled by Marcello Gandini of the Bertone design studio, the same designer and studio that designed the
ICM lines of Military Sentinels figures continue to grow, this time with a US Marine. The figure is dresses with the famous "Blue Dress" that is very well recognized for ceremonies, recruitment, and in other activities were formality is necessary like Honor Guard. This dress is equivalent in composition and use to civilian black tie. The Honor guard from the Marine Corps use a M1 Garand rifle, Army, Navy and Air Force use a M-16.
The Pro Street Beretta has almost nothing in common with the cars you find on the street. The original is a sweet ride, but the Pro Street version is all muscle. It's equipped with a 700 horsepower supercharged V-8 engine that delivers more muscle per mile than anything the original can dish out. Plus, with its tube frame and rear-wheel drive, there is simply no comparison. Drop in a nitrous oxide system in, and it's
Magach 6/7 is a series of Israeli tanks, based on the American M60 Patton Tanks. From the 1970s, the M60s were upgraded in a number of areas including the addition of an Israeli-developed thermal sleeve for the 105 mm gun, the addition of Israeli-developed explosive reactive armour, installation of a new Urdan commander’s cupola (also adopted by the US Army for its M48A5 tanks), two roof-mounted 7.62 mm machine guns and the Israel Military Industries
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
The Honda N360 is a small front-engine, front-wheel drive, two-passenger two-box automobile manufactured and marketed by Honda from March 1967 through 1970 in compliance with Japan's kei car regulations. After a January 1970 facelift, the N360 became the NIII360 and continued in production until June 1972. A larger-engined variant, the N600, was marketed through 1973. All models complied with Japanese kei car dimensional regulations, though vehicles with the 401 cc and 598 cc engines exceeded
The Mitsubishi J2M series Raiden became Japan's first dedicated interceptor of World War 2 when introduced in 1942. The J2M was designed by Jiro Horikoshi, creator of the A6M Zero, to meet the 14-Shi (14th year of the Showa reign, or 1939) official specification. It was to be a strictly local-defense interceptor, intended to counter the threat of high-altitude bomber raids, and thus relied on speed, climb performance, and armament at the expense of manoeuvrability. The
99 parts in grey injection moulded plastic; 14 parts in clear plastic; markings for two aircraft. An interesting subject, as it became obsolete just as it came in to service. The Boulton Paul Defiant was a British interceptor aircraft that served with the Royal Air Force (RAF) during the Second World War. The Defiant was designed and built by Boulton Paul Aircraft as a "turret fighter", without any forward-firing guns. It was a contemporary of
Academy releases updated 1/35 M4A3 (76)W “Battle of the Bulge” U.S. Main Battle tank (13500). Newly tooled parts include engine deck, late version VVSS (Vertical Volute Spring Suspension) and accessories. Produced with Academy’s typical attention to detail, the kit features accurately reproduced 76mm main gun and 12.7mm machine gun; T48 track with Duckbill extenders, photo etched parts and a choice of six markings. Other features include rotatable turret, adjustable main gun elevation, hatches can be assembled