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Plastik Modelle

1:32 DeHavilland Mosquito FB Mk.VI

Art.-Nr.: 300160326

1:35 Ger.Machin.Gunn.+Luftw.

Art.-Nr.: 300089641

1:350 WWII Japanisch.Zerstörer Yukikaze

Art.-Nr.: 300078020

Art.Nr.: 300078020
Art.bezeichnung: 1:350 WWII Japanisch.Zerstörer Yukikaze

January 20 1940 saw the completion of construction of the Japanese Kagero class destroyer. Along with her sister ships Hatsukaze, Amatukaze, and Tokitukaze, she became part of the 16th destroyer division under the command of the light cruiser Jintsu. At the beginning of WWII, the 16th destroyer division was part of the force which captured the Philippines, and on December 5 1941, she took part in the fierce fighting with American forces near Palau and supported the invading forces at Legazpi. After wards, she saw action throughout the Pacific Ocean at the Dutch East Indies, Midway, Guadalcanal, and the Solomon Islands. The Yukikaze also participated in the withdrawal of Guadalcanal,also participated in sea battles at the Marianas and the Leyte Gulf. Throughout WWII, the Yukikaze took part in numerous naval battles, escort duties, and supply runs, and always returned safely from each sortie. She was among the few Japanese warships and the onl yone of her class still operational at the end of the war, and can be called the "lucky destroyer." As part of the post-war reparation agreement, the Yukikaze was transferred to the Republic of China, and in 1966 she became a reserve training ship.

This is a 1/350 full display model.
Model depicts the Yukikaze as she appeared during the 1945 Ten Ichi Go operation (Battle for Okinawa).
Parts included to build a waterline model or a display model with full hull.
It is possible to rotate the guns and torpedoes after assembling thanks to polycaps.
ABS has been used for the masts to ensure strength.
Photo-etched parts are prepared for the ladders, radio antennas etc.
Metal chains.
Display stand included.
Assembled model can be displayed in the package.

 

Achtung! Nicht für Kinder unter 14 Jahren geeignet.

1:350 Jp. U-Boot i-400

Art.-Nr.: 300078019

1:48 Grumman F-14A Tomcat

Art.-Nr.: 300061114

Art.Nr.: 300061114
Artikelbezeichnung: 1:48 Grumman F-14A Tomcat

Die Grumman F-14A Tomcat der amerikanischen Marine genießt seit der Außerdienststellung 2006 immer noch großes Interesse in der Öffentlichkeit. Der Erstflug der F-14 war im Dezember 1970 und die Produktion startete 1974 und endete 1992. Angetrieben von zwei TF30 Triebwerken erreichte diese mit dem Nachbrennerschub eine Höchstgeschwindigkeit von ca. Mach 2,3. Die komplexe Bedienung erforderte einen zweiten Mann, den RIO (Radar Intercept Officer) im Cockpit, daher die Auslegung als Zweisitzer. Das vielleicht auffälligste Detail sind die Schwenkflügel, welche von 20° bis 75° geschwenkt werden können (20° für Start- und Landungen, 55° für den jeweiligen Einsatz, 68° Überschallflug, 75° Parkposition (Hangar/Flugzeugträgerdeck)). Die Schwenkflügel erlaubten situationsbedingte Geschwindigkeiten von Lande – bis Höchstgeschwindigkeit. Die Aufnahme und der Einsatz der verschiedenen Waffensysteme machten die F-14 zu einen vielseitigen Trägersystem und erfolgreichen Abfangjäger.

Benötigte Farben:
- 300085017 TS-17 Aluminium Silber glänzend 100ml
- 300085027 TS-27 Weiss matt 100ml
- 300085029 TS-29 Schwarz seidenmatt 100ml
- 300085042 TS-42 Hell Gun Metall seidenmatt 100ml
- 300085047 TS-47 Chromgelb glänzend 100ml
- 300086510 AS-10 Ozeangrau matt (RAF) 100ml
- 300086514 AS-14 Olivegrün matt (USAF) 100ml
- 300086516 AS-16 Hellgrau matt (USAF) 100ml
- 300081001 X -1 SCHWARZ glänzend 23 ml
- 300081002 X -2 WEIß glänzend 23 ml
- 300081003 X- 3 KÖNIGSBLAU glänzend 23 ml
- 300081007 X-7 ROT glänzend 23 ml
- 300081008 X -8 ZITRONEN-GELB glänzend 23 ml
- 300081010 X-10 GUN METALL glänzend 23 ml
- 300081011 X-11 CHROM SILBER glänzend 23 ml
- 300081018 X-18 Schwarz seidenmatt 23ml
- 300081023 X-23 Klar-Blau glänzend 23ml
- 300081025 X-25 Klar-Grün glänzend 23ml
- 300081026 X-26 K

Lieferumfang: Bausatz, Anleitung, Deko

1:48 WWII Jp.Mitsub.A6M5/5a Zero Fighter

Art.-Nr.: 300061103

Art.Nr.: 300061103 Art.bezeichnung: 1:48 WWII Jp.Mitsub.A6M5/5a Zero Fighter

The Mitsubishi A6M Zero was the Japanese Navy’s main fighter throughout the course of WWII. In the latter half of the war, the Model 22 was refined to create the Model 52 to counter new U.S. aircraft such as the P-38 Lightning and F4U Corsair. It featured 50cm shorter wings with rounded wingtips, individual exhaust pipes and top speed of 565km/h. A6M5a was produced with a larger capacity (125 rounds) belt-type cannon ammunition system in February 1944. The Model 52 first saw action during the closing stages of the Solomons campaign in the autumn of 1943 and went on to fight in the skies above the Marianas, Iwo Jima, Okinawa, as well as Japan itself, until the end of the war.

This is a 1/48 scale assembly plastic model of the Mitsubishi A6M5/5a Zero Fighter.
★Length=190mm, Width=229mm
★Zero fighter’s elongated proportions from nose to tail and the exquisite engine cowling are all accurately reproduced thanks to a complete measurement of the actual plane.
★Highly detailed cockpit and main landing gear well parts.
★Choice of an up or down flaps, as well as open or closed cowl flap.
★A6M5a with belt-type cannon ammunition system can be recreated. Differences from the A6M5 such as wing panels, spinner and wooden drop tank are highly detailed.
★3 types of markings are included.
★In addition to a sitting pilot figure, 4 different types of standing pilot figures are included.

 

Achtung! Nicht für Kinder unter 14 Jahren geeignet.

1:48 Lockheed Martin F-16C Block 25/32

Art.-Nr.: 300061101

Art.Nr.: 300061101 Artikelbezeichnung: 1:48 Lockheed Martin F-16C Block 25/32

About the F-16C Block 25/32

The F-16 has become one of the most widely-used jet fighters in the world, and has therefore undergone a series of upgrades throughout its service life with various air forces. The Block 25entered service in 1984 and featured upgraded radar and cockpit avionics. The Block 32 was the first upgrade affected by a program to use different engines in the F-16, and continued to use Pratt & Whitney engines, while the Block 30 used engines made by General Electric. The Block 32 has been upgraded to carry a wide range of weapons, including the LITENING II laser targeting pod, which enables precision attack capability with laser-guided bombs.

About the Model

- Model represents the F-16C [Block 25/32]. New parts accurately reproduce the correct engine nozzle and smaller air intake that correspond to Pratt & Whitney powered F-16s.
- Main landing gear and gear well covers also depicted with new parts.
- Wing reinforcement plates for Block 32 recreated with phot etch parts (sold seperatley).
- Extensive weapons set features AIM-9L/M and AIM-9X sidewinders, AIM-120 AMRAAM, wing and centerline fuel tanks, and LITENING II targeting pod.
- New parts for GBU-12 laser-guided bombs feature clear parts to depict the laser guidance package for a more realistic finish.
- New ordinance racks on the wings accurately match their respective weapons.
- 1 pilot figure included and 3 sets of U.S. Air National Guard markings included.
- Add ITEM 12621 F-16 Fighting Falcon Detail Up Parts Set for the ultimate finish.

 

Achtung! Nicht für Kinder unter 14 Jahren geeignet.

1:48 WWII Dt. Fieseler FIL156C Storch

Art.-Nr.: 300061100

1:48 Dt. Messerschmitt Me262 A-1A

Art.-Nr.: 300061087

Art.Nr.: 300061087 Artikelbezeichnung: 1:48 Dt. Messerschmitt Me262 A-1A

About the Messerschmitt Me262 A-1a

The revolutionary Messerschmitt Me262 was the first jet powered plane to see service. The construction of pre-production aircraft designated Me262 A-0 started in April 1944 but the fighter production version that should have been the first version to be mass-produced was delayed because of Hitler's strict contrary orders prioritizing the deployment of fighter/bomber A-2a version. Then, in November 1944, the Me262 A-1a fighter version was finally put into production. It was equipped with four 30mm cannons in the nose to counter Allied bombers and escorting fighters. Late production planes were equipped with hooks under the nose to mount rocket launchers and with 24 R4M air-to-air rocket under the wings making the Me262 the most feared German fighter by Allied pilots.

About the model

- Tamiya presents the plastic assembly kit of the Messerschmitt Me262 that was used by the Luftwaffe during the closing days of WWII.
- 1/48 Scale, Overall Length: 221mm, Overall Width: 264mm. The unique form of the Me262 with its engine nacelles under each wing has been accurately replicated.
- The 4 X 30mm cannon mounted in the nose and cockpit have been reproduced down to the finest details. Canopy and gun bay access panels can be mounted in either open or closed position.
- R4M air-to-air rockets with launchers to be mounted under the wings and W.Gr 21 air-to-air rocket-launchers to be assembled under the nose are part of the kit.
- Nose wheel well comes as a die-cast weight.
- A pilot figure and decals for 4 different markings are included in the kit.

 

Achtung! Nicht für Kinder unter 14 Jahren geeignet.

1:48 USN Douglas A1-H Skyraider

Art.-Nr.: 300061058

Art.Nr.: 300061058
Artikelbezeichnung: 1:48 USN Douglas A1-H Skyraider

About Douglas A-1H Skyraider U.S. Navy

During 1943 the U.S. Bureau of Aeronautics considered to combine the tasks of torpedo bomber and dive-bomber into one. Several aircraft manufacturers, such as Douglas and Martin, were requested to develop a large, single-seat attack aircraft. According to the requirement, Douglas Skyraider, was developed by Douglas Aircraft Company, Inc.

The development was started in early July 1944, and all night efforts of engineers made the first prototype's first flight possible already on March 18, 1945. Despite the short period of the development, flight trials proved the airframe's flight characteristics satisfactory and the aircraft was rated very highly. In May 1945 a letter of intent for 598 production was signed. The name "Skyraider" was officially approved for the aircraft in February of the following year, and the distribution to units was started at the end of the same year. The Skyraider was powered by Wright R3350 radial engine yielding 2,800 horse power and equipped with three large dive brakes on the fuselage.

The Skyraider had a number of types, from the AD-1 to AD-7, recording grand total number of production of more than 3,000. Among them, AD-6 was the most produced variant. The AD designation for the Skyraider was changed in 1962, and the AD-6 became the A-1H. Noted for its durability and a large capacity for external stores, the Skyraider was well liked by its pilots and crewmen.

 

Achtung! Nicht für Kinder unter 14 Jahren geeignet.

1:48 Dt. Messerschmitt Bf109 E3

Art.-Nr.: 300061050

Art.Nr.: 300061050
Artikelbezeichnung: 1:48 Dt. Messerschmitt Bf109 E3

About the Messerschmitt Bf109 E-3

Without a doubt, the Messerschmitt Bf109 can be claimed as the most famous and successful German aircraft from the WW2. It was the world's most advanced fighter at the time of its debut in 1936, and remained as the standard fighter for the Luftwaffe throughout the conflict.

Created by the brilliant designer Willi Messerschmitt, it had the smallest possible airframe built around the most powerful engine available. It also boasted many of the then innovative features such as an all metal stressed skin construction, retractable main landing gear, automatic Handley-Page leading edge slats, etc. The Bf109 saw first combat during the Spanish Civil War and fully demonstrated its exceptional maneuverability, inherited from its precedent Bf108 Taifun (Typhoon) multi-purpose sports plane. The Bf109 underwent numerous improvement throughout its career, and mass production of the E variant started late in 1939.

Within one year, about 2,000 "E" aircraft were rolled out. Its excellent performance greatly contributed in the active service of German pilots at the Western Front and during the "Battle of Britain". The E-3 version used an improved Daimler-Benz DB601Aa engine capable of 1,100 h.p. output. This engine had provision for mounting a 20mm MG FF cannon on the crankcase and firing through the propeller hub. The Messerschmitt Bf109E was one of the best fighters of the early WW2 period, on a par with the British Spitfire.

 

Achtung! Nicht für Kinder unter 14 Jahren geeignet.

1:48 Dt.Focke Wulf Fw190 D-9

Art.-Nr.: 300061041

1:72 Kawanashi Shiden Type 11

Art.-Nr.: 300060768

Art.Nr.: 300060768
Artikelbezeichnung: 1:72 Kawanashi Shiden Type 11

Evolving from the Kawanishi N1K1 "Kyofu" floatplane, the Imperial Japanese Navy's N1K1-J Shiden had a unique pedigree amoung WW2 landplane fighters of the world. In January 1942, the Kawanishi Aircraft firm began adaptation of the Kyofu into a land based fighter, strictly as a private venture. This project was soon officially authorized under the designation N1K1-J, with the first prototype flying in December 1942. The airframe was basically the same as its predecessor, with main landing gear and tall wheel replacing the floats. In place of Kyofu's Mitsubihi Kasei engine, a more compact and powerful Nakajima Homare engine was installed. Excellent performance and superb maneuverability was achieved using this engine, however it brought about serious problems. In order to use all of the available power in the engine, a large diameter propeller was required. This required unusually long main landing gear legs, because of the midwing configuration. This caused difficulties in the landing gear retraction system. Kawansihi engineers managed to solve the problem by introducing telescopic main landing gear legs. The complex gear system and unreliability of the engine, plagued the N1K1-J throughout its career, until the introduction of the improved, low-wing N1K2-J Shiden-Kai. About 1,000 N1K1-J fighters were produced and were active around the Phillipine islands, Formosa, Okinawa and over the Japanese Island of Honshu.

Detailierter Plastikmodellbausatz des Modells
Kawanashi Shiden Type 11
im Maßstab 1:72

1:72 Focke Wulf Fw 190 A-3

Art.-Nr.: 300060766

Art.Nr.: 300060766
Artikelbezeichnung: 1:72 Focke Wulf Fw 190 A-3

Development of the FW190 series began in the Autumn of 1937, under a contract issued by the Reichsluftfahrtministerium (Air Ministry) for a single seat fighter to supplement the Messerschmitt Bf109. Two proposals were submitted by Kurt Tank, the technical director of the Focke-Wulf Flugzeugbau (aircraft factory). The proposal using the then new BMW 801 aircooled radial engine was chosen. This tough and powerful engine was placed in a robust airframe and provided superb handling, well balanced control, and brisk acceleration. It entered service in 1941, flying alongside the Bf 109 and it soon took control of air superiority over the English Channel. Establishing itself as a mainstay fighter of the Luftwaffe, it outperformed the contemporary Spitfire Mk.V's in almost every respect and maintained this advantage until the arrival of the Spitfire IX in July 1942. The Fw190 fighter underwent constant improvement throughout its life. The A-3 version used the improved BMW 801Dg engine that produced 1,700hp. Armament was increased from four to six guns, consisting of two rapid firing MG151's in the wing roots; two MG FF's outboard of the landing gear and two fuselage mounted MG 17 machine guns. Throughout WW2, many Luftwaffe squadrons allowed personal pilot markings and distinctive squadron insignia to be used, plus lower cowl, wing tip and rudder color additions to the original paint schemes.

Detailierter Plastikmodellbausatz des Modells
Focke Wulf Fw 190 A-3
im Maßstab 1:72

1:72 F-51D Mustang North American

Art.-Nr.: 300060754

Art.Nr.: 300060754
Artikelbezeichnung: 1:72 F-51D Mustang North American

Sketched out in a New York city hotel in April 1940, the North American Aviation Corporation NA73X went on to become one of the best fighters to come out of World War 2. The U.S. Army Air Corps gave it the title of P (for Pursuit) 51, and it was named Mustang by the British. Of the several variations of the Mustang, the P-51D is considered the definitive version and was the first to have the bubble canopy. More "D" models were built than any other variant, with a total of 9,603 being produced. Armed with six .50 caliber machine guns, three in each wing, with 400 rounds for each inboard gun and 270 rounds for the other four, plus underwing pylons for auxiliary fuel tans or 1000lb bombs, the Mustang was a true fighter pilots airplane. At the conclusion of WW2, Mustangs were in operation all over the world, flying in several nations air forces. When the Korean conflict broke out, hundred of F (for fighters) 51's were in Japan awaiting scraping. Because they possessed too slow speed maneuverability that was absent in the new jets then entering service, the F-51 was ideal to work with Forward Air Controllers (FAC's) on the ground in Korea. The major drawback to this was the F-51's liquid cooled engine susceptibility to anti aircraft and small arms fire when attacking ground targets. This caused the Mustang to have the highest loss ratio of any aircraft in Korea. A total of 194 were lost in three years, with only 10 being downed in combat with other aircraft.

Detailierter Plastikmodellbausatz des Modells
F-51D Mustang North American
im Maßstab 1:72

1:72 Vought F4U-1D Corsair

Art.-Nr.: 300060752

Art.Nr.: 300060752
Artikelbezeichnung: 1:72 Vought F4U-1D Corsair

Designed around the new Pratt & Whitney 2,000HP radial engine and tuning the largest propeller ever attached to a fighter plane, the Vought F4U Corsair became a legend in its own time. The F4U-1 was the first production version of the Corsair. It had an inverted gull wing and a production version of the Corsair. It had an inverted gull wing and a framed canopy with a flat top. However may problems were found soon. For example, the port wing stall often gave the Corsair unstable landing. Anther problem was poor visibility because of its long nose and framed canopy. Therefore F4U-1A: the cockpit was raised about seven inches, the framed canopy was replaced with a semi-bubble design canopy, and the taller tail wheel strut was equipped; was introduced. F4U-1D with clear vision canopy on frameless was introduced later for more visibility. Also the F4U-1D had two pylons under the center wing section that could carry the bombs up to 1,000 ponds and the napalm. Furthermore 5 inch rockets could be carried under each wing. Therefore in1944, the F4U-1D was formally deployed as the first carrier based aircraft of Corsair series. Beginning by placing the F4U 1D as Marine squadrons VMF-124 and VMF 213 aboard the ESSEX on the way to the Phillippines, the F4U-1D was used for attacking Japan as the first operation from U.S. Navy in 1945. About 3,700 amounts of F4U-1D were produced, then it held an established position from U.S. Navy because of its ability and reliance.

Detailierter Plastikmodellbausatz des Modells
Vought F4U-1D Corsair
im Maßstab 1:72

1:72 Focke Wulf Fw 190 D-9

Art.-Nr.: 300060751

Art.Nr.: 300060751
Artikelbezeichnung: 1:72 Focke Wulf Fw 190 D-9

Following the successful entry of the Focke-Wulf Fw190 A series of fighter aircraft over the English channel during the autumn of 1941, the German RLM requested a high altitude version to complement the fighter fleet, and three projects were started. The Fw 190B used the B.M.W. 801 turbo-supercharged radial engine and a pressurized cockpit, but very few of these were built. The Fw190C was powered by a 1,750hp Daimler Benz DB603A in-line engine, of which three prototypes were built. The third high altitude project was based on the Focke Wulf Fw190A airframe and powered by a Junkers engine. The fuselage was lengthened to accommodate the V-12 cylinder, liquid cooled, 1,750hp Jumo 213 engine, and made its initial flight during the winter of 1941-42, Five further prototypes were produced, plus a small batch of Fw190 D-0s were completed from standard production Fw 190A-7 airframes. These pre-production aircraft were followed by the Fq-190D-1's which had the increased area vertical fin and rudder. There were no Fq190 D-2 through D-8 designations. The Fw-190D9 began production in June 1944, with early versions having the flat topped canopy, and from W.Nr 210001 onwards having the Galland hood (blown canopy). It went into combat with the III/JG 54 "Grunherz" (Green Hearts) in September 1944, at Achmer, Germany, as top cover for the new Messerschmitt Me262 jet fighters then entering service.

Detailierter Plastikmodellbausatz des Modells
Focke Wulf Fw 190 D-9
im Maßstab 1:72

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