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Hawker Nimrod Mk.1 1:32 scale

Hawker Nimrod Mk.1 1:32 scale
Hawker Nimrod Mk.1 1:32 scale
Note: Shipment of the model up to 60 days.
The number of models is limited.
When stocks are exhausted, there will be another batch.
 
The set includes:
- Resin parts: fuselage, top, central and lower wings, horizontal and vertical tail wings.
All rest are 3D printed parts. Wings are reinforced by steel rod.
-3D printed parts (described below). Prints are secured in an additional box.
- Decals (screen printed) two of british painting schemes,
- Mask for Japanese export version, and british side belts.
- Color manual (16 pages)
- Photo-etched parts (over 50 elements)
- Copper rod (130 mm x 1,2 mm) as hook and stand element.
- Laser cutted cabine (mounted in PE frame) x 2
- Self-adhesive sticker cut as an instrument panel x 2
3D parts:
There are several innovations:
- grate-interior in one piece (it will save a lot of time searching for geometry and cleaning)
- main cooler also in 1 piece
- the exhaust pipe collector was originally supposed to be made of photo-etched sheets but in the end I made it 3D - it turned out very well.
- control panel integrated with the compass
When I was preparing 3D prints, I used the minimum number of supports to guarantee a printout, so you can cut all parts efficiently and without any problems.
Overall, there are almost 50 parts of direct components from 3D printing.
All the printed parts are described in detail in the model manual.

Availability: small amount

Dispatched within: To 60 days

Price: €119.97
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Ansaldo Baby

Ansaldo Baby
Ansaldo Baby

The Baby was used as a shipborne reconnaissance and bomber aircraft operating from seaplane carriers and cruisers, as well as naval trawlers and minelayers. Many Babies were attached to RNAS coastal air stations located in England and Scotland and RNAS stations in Egypt, Greece and Italy.

A major role of the Baby was to intercept German Zeppelin raids as far from Britain as possible, along with tracking German naval movements.

Babies also saw service with the navies of the United States, France, Chile, Greece and Norway. In Norway additional Babies were built as replacements, with some seeing service until 1930. Two of the 10 Sopwith Baby floatplanes that were acquired by the Royal Norwegian Navy Air Service were brought to Svalbard in the summer of 1928 to participate in the search for the lost Norwegian polar explorer Roald Amundsen, but were not used for the search.

 

Availability: small amount

Dispatched within: 10 working days

Price: €99.00
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BOEING F2B-1

BOEING F2B-1
BOEING F2B-1

The Navy acquired the prototype as XF2B-1, which was capable of reaching speeds of 154 mph (248 km/h), and was sufficiently impressed to order 32 F2B-1s. Delivery began on January 20, 1928, with some assigned to fighter squadron VF-1B and others to bomber squadron VF-2B, both operating from the carrier Saratoga. Boeing built two more, as Model 69Bs, exporting one to Brazil and the other to Japan.

Availability: sold out

Price: €114.14

BOEING F3B-1

BOEING F3B-1
BOEING F3B-1

It first flew on 3 February 1928, turning in a respectable performance and garnering Boeing a contract for 73 more. F3Bs served as fighter-bombers for some four years with the squadrons VF-2B aboard USS Langley, VB-2B aboard USS Saratoga and VB-1B on USS Lexington. Remained in first-line service to 1932 and were then retained as “hacks” (command and staff transports) for several more years.

Availability: small amount

Dispatched within: 5 working days

Price: €114.14
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BOEING F3B-1 COMMAND AIRCRAFT

BOEING F3B-1 COMMAND AIRCRAFT
BOEING F3B-1 COMMAND AIRCRAFT

It first flew on 3 February 1928, turning in a respectable performance and garnering Boeing a contract for 73 more. F3Bs served as fighter-bombers for some four years with the squadrons VF-2B aboard USS Langley, VB-2B aboard USS Saratoga and VB-1B on USS Lexington. Some of F3B-1 served as command aircrafts. Painted in admiral blue colour.

Availability: small amount

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Price: €114.14
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BOULTON&PAUL P-12 BODMI

BOULTON&PAUL P-12 BODMI
BOULTON&PAUL P-12 BODMI

The Boulton & Paul P.12 Bodmin was an experimental British twin-engined biplane bomber with its engines mounted in a fuselage engine room and with tandem pairs of tractor and pusher airscrews mounted between the wings. The two Bodmins built flew successfully in 1924, proving the concept, but the layout was not developed to production.

Availability: small amount

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Price: €83.86
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Curtiss 01-C

Curtiss 01-C
Curtiss 01-C

The Curtiss Falcon was a family of military biplane aircraft built by the United States aircraft manufacturer Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Company during the 1920s. Four of these became 0-1Cs, official VIP transports. All had the armament omitted and back cocpit upholstered in leather. There was also a roomy baggage. Scarf ring was replaced with a conventional opening and a headrest. It had a yellow wings.

Availability: small amount

Dispatched within: 10 working days

Price: €114.14
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CURTISS A-3 FALCON

CURTISS A-3 FALCON
CURTISS A-3 FALCON

The Curtiss Falcon was a family of military biplane aircraft built by the United States aircraft manufacturer Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Company during the 1920s. The A-3 Attack Falcon saw considerable use, in frontline service with the 8th, 13th and 19th Attack Squadrons of the 3rd Attack Group, Barksdale Field, Louisiana, and the 26th Attack Squadron in Hawaii from 1928 to 1934 and with reserve units until 1937.

Availability: small amount

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Price: €114.14
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Curtiss AT5 / AT5A

Curtiss AT5 / AT5A
Curtiss AT5 / AT5A

The Curtiss F6C Hawk was a late 1920s American naval biplane fighter aircraft. It was part of the long line of Curtiss Hawk airplanes built by the Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Company for the American military.

Originally designed for land-based use, the Model 34C was virtually identical to the P-1 Hawk in United States Army Air Corps service. The United States Navy ordered nine, but starting with the sixth example, they were strengthened for carrier-borne operations and redesignated Model 34D. Flown from the carriers Langley and Lexington from 1927–30, most of the later variants passed to Marine fighter-bomber units, while a few were flown for a time as twin-float seaplanes.

Availability: small amount

Dispatched within: 5 working days

Price: €114.14
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Curtiss F6C-1

Curtiss F6C-1
Curtiss F6C-1

The Curtiss F6C Hawk was a late 1920s American naval biplane fighter aircraft. It was part of the long line of Curtiss Hawk airplanes built by the Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Company for the American military.

Originally designed for land-based use, the Model 34C was virtually identical to the P-1 Hawk in United States Army Air Corps service. The United States Navy ordered nine, but starting with the sixth example, they were strengthened for carrier-borne operations and redesignated Model 34D. Flown from the carriers Langley and Lexington from 1927–30, most of the later variants passed to Marine fighter-bomber units, while a few were flown for a time as twin-float seaplanes.

Availability: sold out

Price: €114.14

Curtiss F6C-1 Float

Curtiss F6C-1 Float
Curtiss F6C-1 Float

The Curtiss F6C Hawk was a late 1920s American naval biplane fighter aircraft. It was part of the long line of Curtiss Hawk airplanes built by the Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Company for the American military.

Originally designed for land-based use, the Model 34C was virtually identical to the P-1 Hawk in United States Army Air Corps service. The United States Navy ordered nine, but starting with the sixth example, they were strengthened for carrier-borne operations and redesignated Model 34D. Flown from the carriers Langley and Lexington from 1927–30, most of the later variants passed to Marine fighter-bomber units, while a few were flown for a time as twin-float seaplanes.

Availability: small amount

Dispatched within: 5 working days

Price: €129.75
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Curtiss F6C-3 Float

Curtiss F6C-3 Float
Curtiss F6C-3 Float

The Curtiss F6C Hawk was a late 1920s American naval biplane fighter aircraft. It was part of the long line of Curtiss Hawk airplanes built by the Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Company for the American military.

Originally designed for land-based use, the Model 34C was virtually identical to the P-1 Hawk in United States Army Air Corps service. The United States Navy ordered nine, but starting with the sixth example, they were strengthened for carrier-borne operations and redesignated Model 34D. Flown from the carriers Langley and Lexington from 1927–30, most of the later variants passed to Marine fighter-bomber units, while a few were flown for a time as twin-float seaplanes.

Availability: small amount

Dispatched within: 5 working days

Price: €129.75
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Curtiss F6C-4

Curtiss F6C-4
Curtiss F6C-4

The Curtiss F6C Hawk was an interwar Navy and Marine Corps single engine, single seat fighter based on the Army’s Curtiss P-6 Hawk. Like the P-6 the early versions of the F6C were powered by a Curtiss V-12 liquid cooled engine. The aircraft was armed with two .30 caliber machine guns and could carry a small bomb load. Due to the aircraft’s sturdy design and construction, the F6C became one of the Navy’s first aircraft capable of dive bombing at a steep angle. A prototype of an updated version of the Hawk, designated F6C-4, was delivered to the Navy in 1927. The Navy had decided that air cooled radials were easier to maintain than liquid cooled inline engines while at sea, so the F6C-4 was designed and built with a Pratt & Whitney R-1340. The Navy ordered thirty-one F6C-4s and assigned them to Fighter Squadron 2 (VF-2B) aboard the USS Lexington. The Navy retired them from front line service in 1930, though the Marine Corps continued to use them until late 1932. Most of the Marine F6C-4s were assigned to Marine Fighter Squadron 10 (VF-10M) at Naval Air Station San Diego.

Availability: small amount

Dispatched within: 5 working days

Price: €114.14
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Curtiss F7C-1

Curtiss F7C-1
Curtiss F7C-1

The Curtiss F7C Seahawk was a carrier-capable biplane fighter aircraft of the United States Navy Marine Corps in the late 1920s and early 1930s. Entirely fabric-covered, the top wing was framed with spruce, while the fuselage was built from a combination of aluminum and steel tubing, sufficiently strong to serve as a dive bomber as well as a fighter. 16 production aircraft F7C-1 Seahawks were built.

Availability: small amount

Dispatched within: 5 working days

Price: €114.14
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Curtiss P-1A Hawk

Curtiss P-1A Hawk
Curtiss P-1A Hawk

The Curtiss F6C Hawk was a late 1920s American naval biplane fighter aircraft. It was part of the long line of Curtiss Hawk airplanes built by the Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Company for the American military.

Originally designed for land-based use, the Model 34C was virtually identical to the P-1 Hawk in United States Army Air Corps service. The United States Navy ordered nine, but starting with the sixth example, they were strengthened for carrier-borne operations and redesignated Model 34D. Flown from the carriers Langley and Lexington from 1927–30, most of the later variants passed to Marine fighter-bomber units, while a few were flown for a time as twin-float seaplanes.

Availability: sold out

Price: €114.14

DH 89 Dragon Rapide

DH 89 Dragon Rapide
DH 89 Dragon Rapide

Shipping due Coronovirus pandemic.
There may be delays in the delivery of the model.

 

 

 

 


Shipping due Coronovirus pandemic.
To the Australia - an economic package, New Zealand still blocked. You can already send priority to most European countries. If in doubt, you can ask for shipping. Remember that money can be returned until shipment.
There may be delays in the delivery of the model - there is always contact with us.
There will be plenty of models - we will do them where there is demand, it may be delayed in time, but they will be.

Availability: small amount

Dispatched within: 10 working days

Price: €139.07
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DH 89 Dragon Rapide Scottish Airways

DH 89 Dragon Rapide Scottish Airways
DH 89 Dragon Rapide Scottish Airways

Shipping due Coronovirus pandemic.
There may be delays in the delivery of the model.




Availability: small amount

Dispatched within: 10 working days

Price: €139.07
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English Electric Cork Mk. III

English Electric Cork Mk. III
English Electric Cork Mk. III

The last significant large flying-boat to appear before the Armistice was the Phoenix P.5 Cork which first flew on August 4, 1918. Designed to Specification N.3, the Cork used a Linton Hope designed hull built by May, Harden&May. Hulls were then delivered to the Phoenix Dynamo Manufacturing Company where flying surfaces were attached and a pair of Eagle VIII engines were fitted.

 

Availability: sold out

Price: €83.86
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