Italeri 1/72 MH-53E Sea Dragon

MH-53E Sea Dragon

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  • Model Length 30cm
  • Scale 1/72

This large mine-sweeping helicopter is in service with various special units of the U.S. Navy and the Japanese self-defense forces.The Sea Dragon is a three-engine version of the twin-engine CH-53 which saw service first during the sixties and was widely used by the Marines and in special rescue versions by the U.S. Air Force.

Thanks to the outstanding power of its engines this helicopter has ample capacity to carry the heavy mine-sweeping systems, which are mounted on a special hydrofoil which is dropped int the sea to detect mines.

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Revell 1/48 F-14A Tomcat

Revell Monogram F-14A Tomcat

  • 1:48 Scale
  • length: 35.5cm

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The Navy’s most powerful fighter has been flying from the decks of the U.S. fleet since 1972

 

Revell 1/32 F-4F Phantom 1/32

F-4F Phantom WTD 61 Flight Test

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Revell Scale 1/32 – Build Time 5 weeks

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Revell USS United States – 18th century Frigate

Revell – USS United States

Scale: 1:150
Length: 408 mm
Height: 284 mm

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The “United States” was one of the three great 44 gun frigates ordered by Congress towards the end of the eighteenth century. She was launched in May 1797.  In the confusion of the American Civil War the “United States” was sunk by Union seamen in Norfolk during the surrender of Norfolk harbour. She was finally broken up in 1866.

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Vintage Revell Thermopylae – Tea Clipper

Revell vintage 1970s kit

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Scale approx 1/120 – Thermopylae – Tea Clipper

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Revell 1/48 F-15E Strike Eagle

F-15E Strike Eagle – With bombs

Revell – Scale 1/48

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Zvezda 1/100 Pourquoi-Pas ?

Pourquoi-Pas ? – Zvezda – scale 1/100

First released in 1969 by Heller – Acquired by Zvezda

Good detail as you would expect from a Heller kit Steam bark – Old Heller kit re-boxed by Zvezda

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Deck Detail

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Heller Passat

Heller Passat

  • Scale 1/150
  • Length : 75.5 cm
  • Height : 40 cm

the Hamburg-based shipping company, Ferdinand Laeisz, has become world-famous under the name « Flying P.Line ». Ordered at the beginning of 1911, the great 4-mast sailing ship “Passat” left Hamburg on 24 December for its first voyage to Chile via Cape-Horn.

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Given to France as a war indemnity, the Laisz company bought it back on 22 December 1921 and after being completely re-fitted it resumed its voyages around Cape Horn. The “Passat” went on its final voyage in 1957

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Deck Detail

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Revell 1/32 Messerschmitt Bf109 G-10

Revell Bf109 G-10

Scale: 1:32 – Length: 284 mm – Wingspan: 310 mm
Designed by Messerschmitt and Lusser in 1934, the Bf 109 was one of the first modern aircraft of the era, powered by a liquid-cooled V-12 engine.

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