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Revell 1/32 Typhoon Photoetched par
Photoetched accessories for REVELL plastic model kit: 04783 (Eurofighter TYPHOON & engine)!!
Part No: 00704
Item Name: 1/32 Typhoon Photoetched parts
Revell 1/32 Ju88A1 Photoetched Part
Photoetched accessories for REVELL plastic model kit: 04728 (Junkers Ju 88 A-1)
Part No: 00705
Item Name: 1/32 Ju88A1 Photoetched Parts
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 Junkers Ju 88A-4 with B
The Ju 88 was the most versatile of all German Second World War Combat Aircraft.It was deployed as a dive bomber, night-fighter, torpedo bomber, mine-layer and reconnaissance aircraft. Mass production of the Ju 88A-1 began in September 1939. The Ju 88 was initially deployed during the occupation of Norway. From the following August it was increasingly deployed on attacks against the British Mainland.
Structural improvements to the A1 led to an improved defensive armament and changes to the wing. The result was the Ju88A-4 which entered mass-production on a large scale and became the Luftwaffe's standard bomber. It was the basis for all further development of the Ju 88 as a bomber, ground-attack and reconnaissance aircraft. The A-4 is one of the most prolific version of the Ju 88. Compared to its predecessors, it was extensively better armoured to protect the crew, had a more powerful engine and an uprated defensive armament. The first major deployment of the new aircraft was with KG 51 (Combat Wing 51) during the invasion of the Soviet Union on 22 June 1942. The Ju88A-4 was used in all theatres of war and was continuously improved. As well as aerodynamic improvements, engine performance was increased and a greater payload became available. Thus, the Ju88A-4 could carry up to 4 SC500 bombs intoaction. The exact number of Ju88's built is difficult to determine. In all thereabout 15,000 were built.
Part No: 03988
Item Name: Revell 1/32 Junkers Ju 88A-4
Revell 1/32 Ls8-T Glider
The LS-8t is a glider equipped with "get-you-home" help in the form of a retractable engine. When required it can be deployed in flight in order to increase the gliders range. With a production run of 500 units the LS8 is currently the most produced single seat glider of the last 15 years and today still guarantees high placings in competition flying.
Many results in national and international Standard Class Competitions as well as the 18m Class confirm the uniqueness of this concept and the superior in-flight performance of the LS8. The gliders harmonic flight characteristics and the excellent co-ordination of the controls reaps praised from all of its pilots.
Part No: 04273
Item Name: 1/32 Ls8-T Glider
Revell 1/32 Bae Hawk T1A
They thunder over the spectators at 300 km/h at an altitude of 100 m; the nine pilots in their striking red Hawk jets fly in close formation with breathtaking ease. The Red Arrows are famed as one of the best aerobatics squadrons in the world; they are the prime advertisement for the Royal Air Force. The team is known throughout the world and acts as an ambassador for Great Britain.
The Red Arrows team is based at RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire and consists of nine Red Arrows display pilots and Red 10, the road manager. Officially formed in March 1965, the team has now carried out more than 4200 exhibition flights in 53 different countries. Each year the Red Arrows do approx. 90 aerobatic performances and over 200 fly-overs. Since 1980 the Red Arrows have used the BAe Hawk, one of the most produced training aircraft. This successful jet trainer is distinguished by its unbelievable manoeuvrability, outstanding flying characteristics and robust construction, top speed 1040 km/h (646 mph).
Part No: 04284
Item Name: 1/32 Bae Hawk T1A
Revell 1/32 Eurocopter M
They are emergency medics body and soul - when they are needed they will be there. The air ambulance rescuers aboard "Medicopter 117 - Every Life Counts" do not fly routine missions. The helicopter teams are called out when every second counts - seconds that mean the difference between life and death. The location for the action series is the fantastic alpine scenery between Munich and Salzburg.
Breath-taking flying manoeuvres, spectacular rescues and a team of doctors working against the clock. The series is centred on two air ambulance crews and a helicopter. Emergency doctors, paramedics and pilots fly their missions risking life and limb - and must therefore demonstrate full emotional and professional competence. The "Medicopter" is a BK-117. This helicopter is made by the German/French firm Eurocopter in Donauwörth and is one of the most popular multi-purpose helicopters in the world.
Part No: 04402
Item Name: 1/32 Eurocopter M
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 Ec145
The EC145 is medium weight twin-engined helicopter that was developed as a joint venture by Eurocopter and the Japanese firm Kawasaki Heavy Industries. Compared with the original BK 117, the EC145 received a new fuselage with a roomier cabin. Advantages of the new rotor blades on the EC145 were a considerable reduction in vibrations and a 25% extension of the range.
The EC145 is licensed for blind flight and can be operated with one or two pilots including at night. It is particularly preferred for use as a search and rescue helicopter due to its considerably wider range than that of other helicopters in its class. All these characteristics are also in great demand in the USA, which makes the EC145 an attractive choice for private air rescue services that are members of non-profit organisations such as MedStar. Since 1978, the Lee County Emergency Medical Services - EMS - in Fort Myers, South West Florida have been responsible for the air rescue and overland transport of patients over an area of 1000 square miles in the Gulf of Mexico. In addition to use for rescue flights the EC145 is used by the German police for surveillance and transport purposes. The three EC145s equipped with the latest technology, which are stationed with the Hessen police helicopter squadron at Egelsbach, specialise in tracing and search, lifesaving and rescue missions.
Part No: 04648
Item Name: 1/32 Ec145
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
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