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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.

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Price: €125.79

FOCKE WULF 56 STÖSSER

FOCKE WULF 56 STÖSSER
FOCKE WULF 56 STÖSSER

The Focke Wulf Fw 56 Stösser (German: goshawk) was a single-engine, high-wing monoplane advanced trainer, built in the 1930s in Germany. The first prototype flew for the first time in November 1933. About 1,000 aircraft were built, mostly used by Germany, though numbers were used by Austria, Hungary, Bulgaria, Spain, Romania, Netherland and other.

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Price: €114.14

Macchi Ni.29

Macchi Ni.29
Macchi Ni.29

The NiD.29 was an equal-span biplane with ailerons on both upper and lower wings. It had a fixed tailskid landing gear, a nose-mounted engine and a single open cockpit for the pilot. The prototype NiD 29 was evaluated by the French Air Force in July 1918 and a pre-production batch was ordered on 21 August 1918. It was powered by a Hispano-Suiza engine. The Italian Regia Aeronautica bought 175 aircraft including 95 built by Macchi as the Macchi-Nieuport 29 and 80 built by Caproni. Sweden bought nine aircraft and designated them J 2. The Japanese company Kajmakana bought a pattern aircraft and built 608 for the Imperial Japanese Army as the Ko-4.

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Price: €111.82

Nieuport Ni.29 C-1

Nieuport Ni.29 C-1
Nieuport Ni.29 C-1

The NiD.29 was an equal-span biplane with ailerons on both upper and lower wings. It had a fixed tailskid landing gear, a nose-mounted engine and a single open cockpit for the pilot. The prototype NiD 29 was evaluated by the French Air Force in July 1918 and a pre-production batch was ordered on 21 August 1918. It was powered by a Hispano-Suiza engine. The Italian Regia Aeronautica bought 175 aircraft including 95 built by Macchi as the Macchi-Nieuport 29 and 80 built by Caproni. Sweden bought nine aircraft and designated them J 2. The Japanese company Kajmakana bought a pattern aircraft and built 608 for the Imperial Japanese Army as the Ko-4.

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Price: €111.82
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Nakajima KO-4

Nakajima KO-4
Nakajima KO-4

The NiD.29 was an equal-span biplane with ailerons on both upper and lower wings. It had a fixed tailskid landing gear, a nose-mounted engine and a single open cockpit for the pilot. The prototype NiD 29 was evaluated by the French Air Force in July 1918 and a pre-production batch was ordered on 21 August 1918. It was powered by a Hispano-Suiza engine. The Italian Regia Aeronautica bought 175 aircraft including 95 built by Macchi as the Macchi-Nieuport 29 and 80 built by Caproni. Sweden bought nine aircraft and designated them J 2. The Japanese company Kajmakana bought a pattern aircraft and built 608 for the Imperial Japanese Army as the Ko-4.

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Price: €111.82
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Sopwith Baby British Service

Sopwith Baby British Service
Sopwith Baby British Service

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.

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Price: €111.82

RWD 14b-Czapla 1:32

RWD 14b-Czapla 1:32
RWD 14b-Czapla 1:32
We will start shipments of models when the EP and decals reach us (approx. 4-8 weeks).
The photos show almost all the components - the model - some of them are still undergoing corrections (interior elements, compasses, fire extinguishers) - these are elements that will be 3D printed and will be included in the set.
The model will contain a lot of photo-etched plates (approx. 200? I stopped counting at 100). We have replaced the originally printed seat with a folding one made of EP and two cast quilted pillows. Same story with the folding observer seat.
3D prints: the entire engine will be printed, separate cylinders, engine block, exhaust manifold, carburetor and cover as well as the propeller. Additional printed elements are: guns (sheet metal optics) + 3 magazines, fire extinguishers, compasses and dashboard elements, 2 rudders (pilot and observer), pedals, position lights, several struts (the main loadbearing will be wire-reinforced), rear wheel… and the most important flare gun 

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Price: €111.82
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Jeffery Poplavko

Jeffery Poplavko
Jeffery Poplavko

Another model of armoured car built on the Jeffery Quad chassis was built in Russia by Ukrainian officer Volodymyr Poplavko who was the Odessa city commandant (1917–18), and was known as Jeffery-Poplavko.

The armored car proved to have excellent traction and cross-country characteristics. However, it was only partially armored, with the engine hood and radiator, front and side cab being covered. Poplavko decided to improved its recovery capabilities and added a winch with steel cables, and even a light collapsible bridge for crossing trenches.

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Price: €109.49
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PZInż 10TP Czołg pościgowy

PZInż 10TP Czołg pościgowy
PZInż 10TP Czołg pościgowy
Lukgraph Tank 10TP - 1:35 scale
Resin + photo-etched parts
 
A bit of history (wikipedia)
In 1936, at the Armored Weapons Technical Research Bureau, the project of the 10TP wheeled-tracked tank was developed, based on the tank structures of the American Eng. Walter Christie. One 10TP tank made at BBT underwent the first factory tests in 1937. This tank uses a Bofors turret and an American LaFrance engine with a catalog power of 240 HP (in fact, during tests on the BBT dynamometer it only achieved about 210 HP). Further intensive tests of the 10TP tank carried out at the turn of 1938/1939 showed a number of defects. The tank's complex, interchangeable wheel-track traction failed most often. Therefore, after some experience, the project was canceled in favor of the 14TP. The tank was destroyed in September 1939, probably as a result of fighting with the Germans.

 

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Price: €109.49

Nash-Quad Artillery truck

Nash-Quad Artillery truck
Nash-Quad Artillery truck

The Jeffery Quad, also known as the Nash Quad or Quad is a four-wheel drive truck that was developed and built by the Thomas B. Jeffery Company from 1913 in Kenosha, Wisconsin and after 1916 by Nash Motors, which acquired the Jeffery Company. Production of the Quad continued unchanged through 1928.

Approximately 11,500 Jeffery and Nash Quads were built between 1913 and 1919. “Four-wheel drive trucks had been built before … but aside from the Jeffery Quad (Nash Quad, per subsequent purchase) earlier designs were inefficient, crude, and flimsy.”

 

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Price: €90.85

Jeffery-Quad Ammunition truck

Jeffery-Quad Ammunition truck
Jeffery-Quad Ammunition truck

The Jeffery Quad, also known as the Nash Quad or Quad is a four-wheel drive truck that was developed and built by the Thomas B. Jeffery Company from 1913 in Kenosha, Wisconsin and after 1916 by Nash Motors, which acquired the Jeffery Company. Production of the Quad continued unchanged through 1928.

Approximately 11,500 Jeffery and Nash Quads were built between 1913 and 1919. “Four-wheel drive trucks had been built before … but aside from the Jeffery Quad (Nash Quad, per subsequent purchase) earlier designs were inefficient, crude, and flimsy.”

 

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Price: €90.85

Jeffery-Quad Truck

Jeffery-Quad Truck
Jeffery-Quad Truck

The Jeffery Quad, also known as the Nash Quad or Quad is a four-wheel drive truck that was developed and built by the Thomas B. Jeffery Company from 1913 in Kenosha, Wisconsin and after 1916 by Nash Motors, which acquired the Jeffery Company. Production of the Quad continued unchanged through 1928.

Approximately 11,500 Jeffery and Nash Quads were built between 1913 and 1919. “Four-wheel drive trucks had been built before … but aside from the Jeffery Quad (Nash Quad, per subsequent purchase) earlier designs were inefficient, crude, and flimsy.”

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Price: €90.85

Hawker Nimrod Mk.1 1:48 scale

Hawker Nimrod Mk.1 1:48 scale
Hawker Nimrod Mk.1 1:48 scale
Note: Shipment of the model up to 20 days.
 
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 (100 mm x 0,8 mm) as hook and stand element.
- Laser cutted cabine (mounted in PE frame) x 2
- Decals to 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
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.

 

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Price: €89.69
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De Havilland DH.90 Dragonfly 1:48

De Havilland DH.90 Dragonfly 1:48
De Havilland DH.90 Dragonfly 1:48

De Havilland DH.90 Dragonfly 1:48 scale.

 

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Price: €89.69
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RWD 14b-Czapla 1:48

RWD 14b-Czapla 1:48
RWD 14b-Czapla 1:48

RWD 14b Czapla 1:48

Model dostępny w przedsprzedaży - czas wysyłki do 8 tygodni.

Seria modeli limitowana - ok 90 sztuk.

Zestaw zawiera elementy żywicy oraz wydruki 3D, blaszki, kalkomanię i maski.

Availability: small amount

Dispatched within: 10 working days

Price: €64.99
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Whirlwind J-5 Engine

Whirlwind J-5 Engine
Whirlwind J-5 Engine

Whirlwind J-5 Engine

Engine printed in 3D technology.

Additional 3mm steel wire for cylinder puchers.

3D Lukgraph product

Popular engine of World War I and the interwar period.

A perfect replacement for models in 1:32 scale

Availability: small amount

Dispatched within: 5 working days

Price: €19.80
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Benz Bz.III Engine 1:32 scale

Benz Bz.III Engine 1:32 scale
Benz Bz.III Engine 1:32 scale

Benz Bz.III Engine 1:32 scale

3D printed accessories

Engine + exhaust pipe

Availability: small amount

Dispatched within: 5 working days

Price: €19.80
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Gipsy Six engine 1:32 scale

Gipsy Six engine 1:32 scale
Gipsy Six engine 1:32 scale

Gipsy Six engine 1:32 scale

3D printed accessories

Engine + exhaust pipe

Availability: small amount

Dispatched within: 5 working days

Price: €19.80
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