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Revell 1/54 Honest John Missile
During the "60's" the safe and fast transport of heavy and highly sensitive loads took on a new meaning for the US Army. Suitable transport systems had to be procured for the new short and medium range missile systems. The powerful1 80bhp Kenworth Tractor was mated to a Fruehauf trailer. Special transportation cushions provided a secure hold for individual components.
Honest John was a short range Free Flight Rocket with a range of 48 Kilometre's. In all, a total of 7089 Honest John MGR-1B' were produced. The weapons system was deployed until 1982. The German Armed Forces (Bundeswehr) were also equipped with 11 Honest John Batteries.
Using the highly unusual scale of 1/54, Revell has revisited a classic kit of theirs; the potent and unguided artillery rocket nicknamed "Honest John". Boasting nuclear capabilities, it was the first surface launch rocket of its type. The missile on its own would not be so impressive were it not for the fact the Mobile Carrier (Truck) is included to help transport the rocket. A very pleasing set to build and own.
x1 Driver x1 Passenger
Part No: 00027
Item Name: Revell 1/54 Honest John Missile
Revell Gemini Space Capsule
From 1965 until the end of 1966 the U.S. Space Agency NASA tested the technology and processes required in Space for a manned Lunar landing and return to Earth. During this period they launched ten manned and two unmanned missions using the "Gemini" space craft. In addition to controlled re-entry, the first changes in position and orbit, long-duration flights, docking manoeuvres and "Space Walk" missions were undertaken.
A modified two-stage Titan II launch vehicle from the U.S. Air Force was used to launch of the 3.5-ton spacecraft. In the case of an aborted launch or an accident during landing, the astronauts were able to catapult themselves out of the capsule using their ejection seats. The Astronaut's protective suit consisted of 23 layers of fabric and weighed 13 kilograms. Out of a pool of 30 NASA astronauts, the experienced aviator Virgil I"Gus" Grissom was chosen to be "Mission Commander" and John W. Young to be the pilot of the first manned flight of the "Gemini" program. After a four-hour flight on 23 March 1965 the capsule "Molly Brown" from "Gemini 3" landed safely in the Atlantic Ocean.
Part No: 00028
Item Name: Gemini Space Capsule
Revell Photoetched Parts for 04696
Photoetched accessories for REVELL plastic model kit: 04696 (Heinkel He 111P-1)!!
A REVELL plastic model kit is visually enhanced by photoetched parts, as parts made by the customary injection moulding process cannot be made with such fine filigree detail. The metal parts are easy to use following clearly explained assembly instructions.
This set contains the most important components for refining the finish of a Revell plastic model kit:
- The photoetched parts are almost coloured
- Parts for the cockpit and instruments panel
- Panels for the radio operator board
- Seat belts for several seats
Part No: 00715
Item Name: Photoetched Parts for 04696
Revell 1/78 Express Loco Br 01
The 01 class was first built in 1925 as a completely new generation of locomotives for the then Deutsche Reichsbahn. Its elegant lines were an attractive change from many locos that had so far been built and marked the beginning of a new era of German locomotive design. The locomotive had a two-cylinder power unit which gave it 2,240 psi and a top speed of 120 km/h.
Coupled to a tender of the 2'2' T32 type it could carry 10 tonnes of coal and 32m³ of water. The first German standard locomotive to be designed in 1925 was the 02 Class. Built for express trains, this locomotive reached a top speed of 120 kph. The locomotive had a four-cylinder compound engine and generated 2,300 psi. Coupled with a tender the type 2'2 T30 could carry 10 tonnes of coal and 30 m3 of water. All Class 02 locomotives were later converted to 01 class locomotives. The 02 class is unforgettable as the first German compound engine to be built.
Part No: 02158
Item Name: 1/78 Express Loco Br 01
Revell 1/87 Br130/230
The 230 class (formerly BR 130) incorporates a Russian original on German tracks. It was bought from 1970 onwards by the East German State Railways. From then on these Soviet diesel locomotives (over 1000 examples) formed the back bone of diesel traction. With an engine output of 3000 and even 4000 hp these are among the most powerful diesel locos in the world.
Lok 230 077 was totally modernized. It is now in service with the RTS (Rail Transport Service GmbH). Even today it is impossible to manage without the robust engineering of this former star export from the Soviet locomotive industry. The 231 class (formerly BR 131) of goods locomotives known as the Russian "Ludmillas", incorporated the concept of a robust and powerful goods diesel locomotive. Based on the BR 130 locomotives previously purchased by the East German State Railways, this sub-class was now specially designed to haul heavy goods trains. Rock solid, simple and ordinary, some examples of this old faithful Soviet export product are still in service on German railway tracks. There is a worthy representative of this BR 131/231 class in the possession of the Railway Museum of Saxony (SEM) at Chemnitz.
Part No: 02159
Item Name: 1/87 Br130/230
Revell 1/87 Big Boy Locomotive
The American Big Boys are some of the longest and largest steam locomotives ever built anywhere in the world. During the late thirties Union Pacific often used auxiliary engines to haul trains from Ogden, Utah up a steep pass to Wasatch. U.P. wished to simplify this system and instructed their own development department to design a new locomotive capable of hauling a 3,600 ton train (max 4,200 tons) up the steep pass.
The 25 Big Boy locomotives were built in 2 groups. The first group, called the Class 1, was built from 1941. The second, Class 2, was built in 1944. The last goods train was hauled by a Big Boy loco in July 1959. Most Big Boys were retired from service in 1961.
Part No: 02165
Item Name: 1/87 Big Boy Locomotive
Revell 1/72 German Ground Crew
German pilots showed their aptitude for air combat in many missions during WorldWar II. The kit contains Luftwaffe fighter and bomber crews from the years 1935-1945. There are mechanics in addition to seated pilots to place in the cockpit and standing pilots to place outside the aircraft. The figures are compatible with 1:72 scale models of aircraft.
The sizes are varied to enable the figures fit in different cockpits.
Part No: 02400
Item Name: 1/72 German Ground Crew
Revell 1/72 Raf Ground Crew
The RAF pilots have shown their valour in all air fights during WWII. The kit contains Royal Air Force fighter and combat aircraft pilots of the 1939-1945 period. Besides sitting figures to install in the cockpit, and standing figures to stay outside the aircraft, the kit contains also ground personal figures. In order to facilitate positioning in the different forms of cockpit, arms and legsare separate and have to be glued in position.
These figures fit 1:72 scale model aircraft.
Part No: 02401
Item Name: 1/72 Raf Ground Crew
Revell 1/72 NATO Pilots
Combat pilots are specially trained for the severe conditions when flying powerful military aircraft, as they are subject to much higher G forces than in civil aircraft. To protection them against the loss of blood to the head caused by the heavy stresses of banking incurred at up to nine times acceleration due to gravity, the pilots wear special pressure suits, also called G suits.
This set contains various figures representing modern NATO pilots (e.g.
German Air Force, Royal Air Force and US Air Force). Some of their limbs are jointed so that they can fit more easily into the cockpit. This enables them to be positioned in different poses in and around the aircraft. The figures are compatible with air craft models to scale 1:72.
Part No: 02402
Item Name: 1/72 NATO Pilots
Revell 1/72 Us Infantry Ardens Ww I
When the USA entered World War II in 1941, it gave the Allies superiority in man power and equipment over the Axis powers. Endless columns of well equipped and trained GI's, supported by guns, tanks and aircraft, were a major factor in the defeat of Germany and Japan.
Part No: 02503
Item Name: 1/72 Us Infantry Ardens Ww Ii
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