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Revell Spitfire Mk.II,1/32 Scale KI
Along with the Me 109, the Spitfire the most well known aircraft of World War II. More than 22,500 units have been built in countless variants until long after the end of World War II. With the start of the 2nd World War, the RAF already introduced the Spitfire Mk I into its Fighter Squadrons. The first Spitfire Mk II left the Supermarine factory at Castle Bromwich in August 1940.
She now came with the standard 3-blade propeller and had additional armour fitted to protect the pilot.
Part No: 03986
Item Name: Spitfire Mk.II,1/32 Scale Ki
Revell 1/32 PUMA
The Puma is one of the most successful European helicopter co-productions and is used in over 45 countries. This medium-lift helicopter was developed by Sud-Aviation in the early '60s, and later built by both Aerospatiale and Westland. The SA 330 J model was introduced in 1976 and its compact design offers seating for up to 20 passengers.
It has a thermal de-icing system for the main and tail rotor blades and can be flown in all weather conditions. The first three SA 330 were delivered to the German Border Police (BGS) in 1973, followed by a further sixteen in 1977. The Puma was used for monitoring the Inner German Border as well as for disaster relief. For maritime rescue the Puma could also be fitted with inflatable floatation gear. A reorganization of the German Police Forces in July 2005 resulted in the formation of the Federal German Police, which in addition to the new SA 320 Super Puma continued use the SA 330J. The final curtain fell in August 2008 when the Federal Police said goodbye to their last SA330J.
Part No: 04412
Item Name: 1/32 PUMA
Revell 1/32 Me Bf 109 G-6
The Messerschmitt Bf 109 is one of the most famous aircraft in aviation history. About 33,000 were produced in various models. The "109" was the of the German "Luftwaffe" throughout the Second World War. Their good rate of climb and acceleration in the dive were two of the Bf 109's strengths. In production from the summer of 1942, the Bf 109G model had several significant modifications compared with the previous model, the Bf 109F.
The new DB 605 A engine produced more power, which required a widening of the propeller blades. Two pods housing MG 151/20 cannon located under the wings were frequently fitted. The G-4 was built from October 1942 onwards. Early models of the "Gustav" were followed by the Bf 109G-6 which with over 12000 units was the most prolific version. The two MG17's above the engine were replaced by a pair of MG 131's Two large almost circular bulges are apparent on the engine cowling giving the G-6 its characteristic appearance. These were necessary because there was no longer space for the ammunition feed belts under the cowling.
Part No: 04665
Item Name: 1/32 Me Bf 109 G-6
Revell 1/32 Heinkel He219 A-7 "Uhu"
The Heinkel He 219A was the first German fighter plane to be designed from the outset as a night fighter. No other aircraft throughout the world, is shrouded in as much mystery and accompanied by so many myths as the He 219. The maiden flight of the He 219V1 on 6 November 1942 was followed by a whole series of further prototypes prior to the first production aircraft - an He 219A-0 - being delivered in June 1943.
Further development eventually led to the He 219A-2 series in July 1944. In the meantime the He 219 had long since passed its "Baptism of Fire" with flying colours. During the night of 11th / 12th June 1943 Major Werner Streib in a He 219A-0 of No1 Night Fighter Wing was able to shoot down 5 enemy bombers. During succeeding night missions the He 219A proved to be an excellent, but still far from perfect fighter aircraft. A request to add one additional crew member for aerial observation was followed by a series of prototype He 219A-5's which were tested by No1 NFG. An increasingly long list of complaints led to a fundamental revision based on the A-2. Mass production was planned under the designation He 219A-7. The DB 603G or ultimately the Jumo 222 were envisaged as power units. Since neither of these engines were however available, it was decided to start mass production using the DB 603AA in order to later upgrade to the A-7 standard when the new engines became available.
Part No: 04666
Item Name: 1/32 Heinkel He219 A-7 "UHU"
Revell 1/32 Heinkel 111 P Kit
At the start of the Second World War the Heinkel 111 was the most powerful medium range bomber in the world. With a maximum speed of 410 km/h (255 mph) it was faster than most fighters of the period. After the Ju 88 of which a total 6200 were built, the He 111P was the Luftwaffe's most prolific bomber during the Second World War.
Even though it was inferior when compared to all of the allied bombers, it was still in production until the Autumn of 1944. The concept of the He 111 was based on a fast passenger aircraft for the Lufthansa. It could carry ten passengers and completed its maiden flight in February 1935. The urgent requirement for a medium bomber finally led to the He 111 being modified and introduced as the standard Luftwaffe bomber. The He 111 had its first taste of action during the Spanish Civil War. Out of the initial stepped nose with limited forward visibility now evolved a bomber with a fully glazed asymmetric glass nose section that was later to become the trademark of the He 111. This version received the designation He 111P and went into mass production in 1938 as the P-1. Experience with this model led to the more powerful P-2 which in the summer of 1939 gradually replaced the P-1 within the Luftwaffe. A particular characteristic of the P-Series was the housing for eight ESAC vertical bomb magazines in the bomb-bay. For propulsion, the P-2 received two Daimler-Benz DB 601A engines each developing 110 Bhp. The He 111 bore the brunt of the attacks during the Battle of Britain in 1940.
• New Mould
• Detailed Surfaces with engraved Panel Joints
• Detailed Cockpit and Instrument Panel
• Control Column and Bomb-aiming Unit
• Pilots Seat with extensive control mechanisms on the Cockpit Floor
• Structured side walls
• Nose Machine-Gun and detailed Bomb-aimers compartment
• Bomb-bay with vertical Magazines
• 8 SC 250 Bombs
• Navigators Station with Equipment Table
• MG15 in a Ventral Bay
• Tail-wheel with detailed linkage
• Detailed Cowling's
• Separate Radiators and Inlets
• Moveable Propellers
• Detailed Undercarriage Bays
• Separate Ailerons and Landing Flaps
• Detailed Tailplane with separate Rudder Surfaces
• Detailed Undercarriage
• Upper Machine-Gun Position
Decal Sets for three Luftwaffe versions:
• Heinkel He 11P-1 of 5./KG 54 "Totenkopf-Geschwader", Coulommiers, France 1940
• Heinkel He 11P-1 of III./KG 27 "Geschwader Boelcke", Delmenhorst, Germany 1940
• Heinkel He 11P-1 of II./KG 5 "General Wever", preserved at the norwegian Aviation Museum Gardemoen, Norway
Part No: 04696
Item Name: Revell 1/32 Heinkel 111 P Kit
Revell 1/32 Do27 Grzime
Part No: 04745
Item Name: 1/32 Do27 Grzime
1/28 Sopwith Camel WW1 Fighter
Part No: 04747
Item Name: 1/28 Sopwith Camel WW1 Fighter
Revell 1/32 Westland Lynx Mk.3 Roya
The Naval version of the Lynx was originally designed to operate from the Frigattes and Destroyers of the "Royal Navy". Built by Westland Helicopters the Lynx undertook its maiden flight 1971 and has taken part in all British military conflicts since 1982. Due to its high reliability, performance and versatility, it is in service in 14 countries.
The Lynx HAS Mk.3 is the second multi-purpose helicopter to be developed as an Anti Submarine Warfare helicopter for the Royal Navy. It received two uprated Rolls-Royce Gem 4-1 engines each develloping 1120 Shp and a GEC Marconi "Seaspray Radar". In order to attack surface vessels the Lynx can be fitted with two Sea Skua guided missiles, a highly effective weapons system that proved its value during the Gulf War. Additionally, the Lynx can also deploy two Sting Ray Torpedos when submarine hunting. An especially attractive livery adorned the Royal Navy "Black Cats" display team at RNAS Yeovilton in 2008.
Part No: 04837
Item Name: 1/32 Westland Lynx Mk.3
Revell 1/32 Eurofighter Typhoon
The Eurofighter, the most advanced fourth generation combat aircraft, is a jointprogram of EADS in Germany and Spain, BAE Systems and Alenia. This most ultra-modern Combat Aircraft of its class combines innovative and advanced technologies and boasts impressive versatility. As well as in both long-range and close-in air-to-air combat in the Air Superiority Role, the Eurofighter alsohas extended capabilities in the Air-to-Ground Attack, Reconnaissance and Battlefield Containment Roles as well as Maritime Attack.
The two-seater variantis primarily intended for Operational Type Conversion and Training.
Part No: 04855
Item Name: 1/32 Eurofighter Typhoon
Revell 1/32 Bell P-39D Airacobra
The P-39 Airacobra was designed in 1937 in response to a tender by the U.S. ArmyAir Corps. In many respects the P-39 Airacobra was an unusual aircraft. The basic idea was to install a powerful engine as close as possible to the aircraft's centre of gravity in order to improve manoeuvrability and stability. An Oldsmobile T-9 37 mm cannon fired through an opening in the propeller spinner.
The P-39 was the first American fighter to fitted with a freely rotating nose-wheel. The Airacobra also aroused interest in the British Air Force, the RAF however later rejected the aircraft. The Russian Air Force also expressed strong interest in the aircraft and initially took delivery of 179 units. The U.S. Army Corps also equipped some of its newly formed units with theP-39, including the 8th and 35th Fighter Groups which operated out of New Guinea. Often underrated in the West the P-39 proved to be an exceptional aircraft in the Far East. Its top speed of 580 km/h was sufficient to dominate an A6M Zero in a dogfight.
Part No: 04868
Item Name: 1/32 Bell P-39D Airacobra
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