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2MM NOZZLE FOR AIRBRUSH 2MM NOZZLE FOR AIRBRUSH
$12.00
1 in stock
0.2MM NOZZLE AND CAP SUIT MOST AIRBRUSHES
3MM NOZZLE FOR AIRBRUSH 3MM NOZZLE FOR AIRBRUSH
$12.00
2 in stock
0.3 NOZZLE AND CAP SUIT MOST AIRBRUSHES
1/24 LB WORKS KENMARY 2DR 1/24 LB WORKS KENMARY 2DR
$47.00
1 in stock
1/24 LB WORKS KENMARY 2DR
1/24 LB WORKS KENMARY 4 DOOR 1/24 LB WORKS KENMARY 4 DOOR
$47.00
1 in stock
AOSHIMA LB WORKS KENMARY 4DR 1/24
1/24 S12 SILVIA RS-X 1/24 S12 SILVIA RS-X
$33.00
1 in stock
AOSHIMA 1/24 S12 SILVIA RS-X
1/24 SKYLINE DR30 2000 TURBO RS-X 1/24 SKYLINE DR30 2000 TURBO RS-X
$33.00
1 in stock
1/24 SKYLINE DR30 2000 TURBO RS-X
1/24 SKYLINE YONMERI 2000GT 72 1/24 SKYLINE YONMERI 2000GT 72
$33.00
1 in stock
1/24 SKYLINE YONMERI 2000GT 72
15359 SPAZ STIK CANDY APPLE GREEN HARD ANODIZED CANDY AEROSOL PAINT 3.5OZ 15359 SPAZ STIK CANDY APPLE GREEN HARD ANODIZED CANDY AEROSOL PAINT 3.5OZ
$12.50
1 in stock
Spaz Stix 15359 Candy Apple Green Hard Anodized Candy Aerosol Paint 3.5oz please note **ROAD TRANSPORT ONLY **
19MMX5M INSULATION TAPE 19MMX5M INSULATION TAPE
$3.50
6 in stock
19MMX5M INSULATION TAPE
1:64 FREIGHT ROAD TRAIN - TNT REFRIGERATION DIVISION 1:64 FREIGHT ROAD TRAIN - TNT REFRIGERATION DIVISION
$179.00
5 in stock
The Road Train is a legend of the Australian outback. Its legendary status is backed by recording the longest and heaviest road-legal road trains in the world, with some weighing 200 tonnes. Travelling across the outback, Freight Road Trains provide an important link between the marketplace and the farm. Delivering perishable goods would not be possible without the fast and adaptable Road Train. F…
1:64 FREIGHT TRAILER & DOLLY - TNT FREIGHT 1:64 FREIGHT TRAILER & DOLLY - TNT FREIGHT
$85.00
8 in stock
Part of the Freight Collection. Includes a Trailer and Dolly, painted in the same scheme as 12008, allowing you to add to your Road Train.
35309 TAMIYA RUSSIAN TANK BT-7 MODEL 1935 35309 TAMIYA RUSSIAN TANK BT-7 MODEL 1935
$70.00
1 in stock
Tamiya Military Model 1/35 Russian Tank BT-7 Model 1935
58-01010 AIRFIX HAWKER HURRICANE MK1 BM0804 58-01010 AIRFIX HAWKER HURRICANE MK1 BM0804
$15.00
1 in stock
The Hurricane was developed as a replacement for the RAFs pre-war bi-plane fighters, such as the Hawker Fury and Gloster Gauntlet. Considered revolutionary when it was unveiled in 1935, by the start of WWII the earliest versions with fabric covered wings and two bladed propellers had fallen behind the performance of the best Gerrman fighters.
58-01303 AIRFIX SHERMAN M4 TANK 58-01303 AIRFIX SHERMAN M4 TANK
$15.00
2 in stock
The best known of all American tanks, the Sherman M4A2 was designed in 1941 as an improvement on the earlier Lee and Grant medium tanks. The Sherman embodied the results of careful study of tank warfare in the first years of World War II.
58-03029 AIRFIX DOUGLAS A-4 SKYHAWK 58-03029 AIRFIX DOUGLAS A-4 SKYHAWK
$28.00
1 in stock
The A4B was the second variant of the Skyhawk and one of the first to see combat in the skies over Vietnam, where it was involved in the early stages of the conflict, with later versions serving throughout the campaign. Due to its small size, the A4 was able to operate off the smaller World War Two era, Essex Class carriers, but could still carry a useful payload to its target.
58-05007 AIRFIX CONSOLIDATED PBY 58-05007 AIRFIX CONSOLIDATED PBY
$49.00
1 in stock
The superb amphibious Catalina entered service in 1939 and was immediately successful in its various roles. The type from 209 Squadron spotted the Bismarck during the famous action and 196 U-Boats were destroyed during the Second World War. The US Navy flew 'Black Cats' to harass Japanese naval vessels at night.
58-05125 AIRFIX SUPERMARINE SPITFIRE MKVB 58-05125 AIRFIX SUPERMARINE SPITFIRE MKVB
$55.00
1 in stock
|Description The Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vb was the most widely produced variant of the Mk.V series of Spitfires. Entering service with the RAF in early 1941 the Mk.Vb variant incorporated a number of improvements over earlier Spitfires. Most notably it was the first common variant to be fitted with the ‘B’ wing, comprising two 20mm cannons and four .303in Browning machine guns. This gave the Mk.V…
58-09182 AIRFIX GLOSTER METEOR F8 58-09182 AIRFIX GLOSTER METEOR F8
$61.00
1 in stock
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, until superseded by the Hawker Hunter. As the first jet aircraft to see service with the Royal Air Force, the Glo…
58-55100 AIRFIX STARTER SET SPITFIRE MK1A 58-55100 AIRFIX STARTER SET SPITFIRE MK1A
$17.00
1 in stock
The Spitfire gained immortality during the Battle of Britain in the summer of 1940. The main role was to intercept and destroy the Luftwaffe's fighters whilst the Hurricanes of the RAF attacked the incoming bombers. Paint Scheme - No.92 Squadron, RAF Manston, Kent, England, December 1940 Airfix Starter Sets are ideal for beginners. Each Small Starter Set includes glue, brush and four acrylic paint…
58-55111 AIRFIX HAWKER HURRICANE MK1 58-55111 AIRFIX HAWKER HURRICANE MK1
$17.00
2 in stock
The Hurricane was developed as a replacement for the RAFs pre-war bi-plane fighters, such as the Hawker Fury and Gloster Gauntlet. Considered revolutionary when it was unveiled in 1935, by the start of WWII the earliest versions with fabric covered wings and two bladed propellers had fallen behind the performance of the best German fighters. Nevertheless, once fitted with 3-blade propellers these…
58-55203 AIRFIX  DOUGLAS A-4 SKYHAWK 58-55203 AIRFIX DOUGLAS A-4 SKYHAWK
$25.00
2 in stock
The A4-B was the second variant of the Skyhawk and one of the first to see combat in the skies over Vietnam, where it was involved in the early stages of the conflict, with later version serving throughout the campaign. Due to its small size, the A4 was able to operate off the smaller World War Two era Essex Class carriers, but it could still carry a useful payload to its target. Paint Scheme - Do…

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0.2MM NOZZLE AND CAP SUIT MOST AIRBRUSHES
0.3 NOZZLE AND CAP SUIT MOST AIRBRUSHES
1/24 LB WORKS KENMARY 2DR
AOSHIMA LB WORKS KENMARY 4DR 1/24
AOSHIMA 1/24 S12 SILVIA RS-X
1/24 SKYLINE DR30 2000 TURBO RS-X
1/24 SKYLINE YONMERI 2000GT 72
Spaz Stix 15359 Candy Apple Green Hard Anodized Candy Aerosol Paint 3.5oz please note **ROAD TRANSPORT ONLY **
19MMX5M INSULATION TAPE
The Road Train is a legend of the Australian outback. Its legendary status is backed by recording the longest and heaviest road-legal road trains in the world, with some weighing 200 tonnes. Travelling across the outback, Freight Road Trains provide an important link between the marketplace and the farm. Delivering perishable goods would not be possible without the fast and adaptable Road Train. F…
Part of the Freight Collection. Includes a Trailer and Dolly, painted in the same scheme as 12008, allowing you to add to your Road Train.
Tamiya Military Model 1/35 Russian Tank BT-7 Model 1935
The Hurricane was developed as a replacement for the RAFs pre-war bi-plane fighters, such as the Hawker Fury and Gloster Gauntlet. Considered revolutionary when it was unveiled in 1935, by the start of WWII the earliest versions with fabric covered wings and two bladed propellers had fallen behind the performance of the best Gerrman fighters.
The best known of all American tanks, the Sherman M4A2 was designed in 1941 as an improvement on the earlier Lee and Grant medium tanks. The Sherman embodied the results of careful study of tank warfare in the first years of World War II.
The A4B was the second variant of the Skyhawk and one of the first to see combat in the skies over Vietnam, where it was involved in the early stages of the conflict, with later versions serving throughout the campaign. Due to its small size, the A4 was able to operate off the smaller World War Two era, Essex Class carriers, but could still carry a useful payload to its target.
The superb amphibious Catalina entered service in 1939 and was immediately successful in its various roles. The type from 209 Squadron spotted the Bismarck during the famous action and 196 U-Boats were destroyed during the Second World War. The US Navy flew 'Black Cats' to harass Japanese naval vessels at night.
|Description The Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vb was the most widely produced variant of the Mk.V series of Spitfires. Entering service with the RAF in early 1941 the Mk.Vb variant incorporated a number of improvements over earlier Spitfires. Most notably it was the first common variant to be fitted with the ‘B’ wing, comprising two 20mm cannons and four .303in Browning machine guns. This gave the Mk.V…
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, until superseded by the Hawker Hunter. As the first jet aircraft to see service with the Royal Air Force, the Glo…
The Spitfire gained immortality during the Battle of Britain in the summer of 1940. The main role was to intercept and destroy the Luftwaffe's fighters whilst the Hurricanes of the RAF attacked the incoming bombers. Paint Scheme - No.92 Squadron, RAF Manston, Kent, England, December 1940 Airfix Starter Sets are ideal for beginners. Each Small Starter Set includes glue, brush and four acrylic paint…
The Hurricane was developed as a replacement for the RAFs pre-war bi-plane fighters, such as the Hawker Fury and Gloster Gauntlet. Considered revolutionary when it was unveiled in 1935, by the start of WWII the earliest versions with fabric covered wings and two bladed propellers had fallen behind the performance of the best German fighters. Nevertheless, once fitted with 3-blade propellers these…
The A4-B was the second variant of the Skyhawk and one of the first to see combat in the skies over Vietnam, where it was involved in the early stages of the conflict, with later version serving throughout the campaign. Due to its small size, the A4 was able to operate off the smaller World War Two era Essex Class carriers, but it could still carry a useful payload to its target. Paint Scheme - Do…