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WASA (Royal Swedish Vessel)

COREL

WASA (Royal Swedish Vessel)

The Wasa, a 64-gun Swedish royal vessel, sank in the Stockholm bay on the same day as her launch (August 10, 1628) due to a violent gust of wind. The hull, never sailed, inclined fearfully and the water poured inside through the open hatches. The vessel slowly descended to a depth of 35m. The ship's construction had begun in 1625, under the direction of the Dutch architect Henrik Hybertsson. Although some guns and a few other objects had already been recovered previously, it was only in 1956 that it was possible to bring the hull back to the surface. In 1958, partially rebuilt and restored, it was placed in the homonymous Wasa museum in Stockholm.
ENDEAVOR Corel: SM41 wooden assembly kit 1:60 SCALE

COREL

ENDEAVOR Corel: SM41 wooden assembly kit 1:60 SCALE

ENDEAVOR Corel assembly SM41 wooden model in 1:50 scale when on August 26, 1768 Endeavor under the command of the famous James Cook from Plymouth, there were 94 people on board including officers, scholars, crew and family. ENDEAVOR before being purchased by The British Admiralty under the name of EARL OF PEMBROKE transported coal from England to Scandinavia. the Admiralty then transformed the ship making it suitable for scientific explorations: the masts were completely replaced, the hull was covered and numerous guns on pivots were placed along the sides. The kit is made by Corel and made with quality wood well finished accessories and small parts. Naval model of medium difficulty; with construction plans in multilingual, excellent assembly kit for the naval model maker.
FLYING FISH 1860 by COREL (SM19)

COREL

FLYING FISH 1860 by COREL (SM19)

Designed by noted shipbuilder Jeremiah Burham, Flying Fish was launched in 1860 at Essex, Massachusetts. For over 20 years it remained the most representative hull of the Market Schooner category and was sampled by many shipbuilders of the time. Thanks to the particular construction characteristics and its vast sail, the Flying Fish was one of the fastest boats in the Gloucester fishing fleet; these qualities of his allowed him to transport, in record time, the catch from the famous Banks to the market ports, with evident greater possibilities of sale and profit. The arrangement of the deck accessories, as well as the coloring which respected a precise tradition, always remained rigorously unchanged
AMATI HUNTER Q-SHIP – WOODEN MODEL – 1450 1:60 SCALE

AMATI

AMATI HUNTER Q-SHIP – WOODEN MODEL – 1450 1:60 SCALE

HUNTER Q-SHIP Amati: AM 1450 wooden assembly kit, 1:60 scale naval model launched in the early 1900s as a cargo ship and used as a coal ship during times of peace. Supplied by the English Merchant Navy purchased by the Royal Navy due to its robustness and excellent nautical qualities suitable for navigating the North Seas. The name Q-ship derives from the Queenstown shipyard where it was modified during the war period with the addition of weapons, the Its structural conformation made it possible to hide the weapons supplied, furthermore the walls of the false case, like those of the false cabin, could be dismantled and placed in the hold through the hatch. The assembly box contains all the well-finished accessories, the wood is of high quality while the construction plans are detailed and in multilingual with many illustrated tables. It is certainly a well-maintained naval model of medium difficulty for the modeler passionate about this type of vessel.

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Plastic aircraft kits various scales


ITALERI AMX-T – PLASTIC PLANE TO BE BUILT 1471 1:72 SCALE

ITALERI

ITALERI AMX-T – PLASTIC PLANE TO BE BUILT 1471 1:72 SCALE

NEW PARTS - SUPER DECALS FOR 4 VERSIONS - PHOTO-ETCHED - COLOR INSTRUCTION SHEET FIGURES NOT INCLUDED The AMX “Ghibli” single-engine ground attack aircraft is the result of collaboration between the Italian and Brazilian aeronautical industries. The project was set up during the 1980s to replace the dated Fiat G-91Y fighter-bombers in the flight departments of the Italian Air Force. Added to this need was that of the Brazilian Air Force for the replacement of the MB-326s. The AMX has an aerodynamic layout characterized by the high swept wing configuration and, thanks to its Rolls-Royce Spey 807 engine, it can reach a maximum speed of 1,000 km/h. It is armed, in the Italian version, with a 20 mm M61 Vulcan cannon and can carry an offensive load of 3,800 kg. The two-seater AMX-T version was set up and developed as an advanced training aircraft capable, however, of carrying out combat missions. ground attack and close support. It was purchased by the Italian Air Force in 26 examples.
AIRFIX COMMONWEALTH CA-13 BOOMERANG – A02099V SCALA 1:72

AIRFIX

AIRFIX COMMONWEALTH CA-13 BOOMERANG – A02099V SCALA 1:72

Glue-on airplane model. Size: 1:72; 10.7cm. The package contains: 31 parts to glue. c Original and model information: The Boomerang was an Australian aircraft, often referred to as the "Australian panic fighter". In the latter stages of World War II, it was often used to mark ground targets for attacking privateers, earning this small aircraft the nickname "Smoky Joe". The Australians' decision to build their own Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation Boomerang, commonly referred to as the "Australian Panic Fighter", was made as a result of continued Japanese aggression in the Pacific and the need to ensure a constant supply of new fighters to the RAAF in the future. Using many parts and components from existing aircraft types produced in Australia, the first Boomerang was built just sixteen weeks after its final shape had been decided. The Australians eventually produced 250 of these tiny fighters. The Boomerang excelled above all at low altitude, and in the latter stages of the Second World War it was therefore often used to mark targets for ground attacks by the Corsairs, which earned this small aircraft the nickname "Smoky Joe".
IL-2m3 'OPERATION BERLIN'

MISTER CRAFT

IL-2m3 'OPERATION BERLIN'

IL-2m3 'OPERATION BERLIN' The Ilyushin Il-2 is a Soviet, single-engine low-wing, mixed-frame attack aircraft with a classic tail, designed by WWII Sergei Ilyushin. The flight of the prototype took place on October 2, 1939, and serial production began in 1940 and lasted until 1945. In total, as many as 36,183 copies of this large aircraft were created. The power unit was a 12-cylinder Mikulin AM-38 piston engine with a power of up to 1600 hp. The concept of the Il-2 aircraft was based on the desire to create a heavily armed and heavily armored attack aircraft designed to destroy the enemy's ground targets and its armored vehicles. Mass-produced aircraft had 4 to 6mm armor around the engine and cockpit. The Il-2 was therefore resistant to small arms fire and single shots from 20mm cannons. After improving the quality of crew training and applying new tactics, the Il-2 has become an aircraft capable of wreaking havoc on the German Panzewaffe. It is no coincidence that the Germans gave him the nickname "flying death", and the designer nicknamed him "flying tank". During the war, a dozen versions of Ił-2 were created, the most important of which is Ił2m3. Its crew consisted of two people - a pilot and a rear gunner, the Mikulin AM-38F (1700 KM) unit was used as the engine, and a self-sealing fuel tank was introduced. The aerodynamic properties have also been improved. In total, 7377 machines of this version were built in 1944. Il-2 took part in all major battles on the Eastern Front - from Moscow (1941) through Stalingrad and Kursk (1942/1943), up to the Berlin operation in 1945. Technical data (Ił-2 mod.1942 version) : length: 11.65 m, wingspan: 14.6 m, maximum speed: 426 km/h, practical range: 740 km, practical ceiling 6200 m, armament: permanent - 2 WJ cannon cal. 23 mm, 2 x 7.62 mm SzKAS machine guns, RS-82 / RS-132 underslung-8 unguided missiles, up to 400 kg of bombs.

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USS Theodore Roosevelt CVN-71 2006 - Trumpeter 05754

TRUMPETER

USS Theodore Roosevelt CVN-71 2006 - Trumpeter 05754

USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-71) is a modern American nuclear-powered aircraft carrier. The keel of this unit was laid in 1981, the launch took place in March 1984 and the commissioning to the US Navy took place in 1986. The total length of the ship is 332.8 meters, the overall beam is 76 8 meters and the total displacement is approximately 92,000 tons. The maximum speed does not exceed 32-33 knots. The onboard armament is currently composed of: two Sea Sparrow missile launchers, two RIM-116 launchers and three 20 mm Vulcan Phalanx CIWS sets. The aircraft carrier can embark up to 90 aircraft of types such as, for example: F / A-18 Super Hornet, EA-18 Growler, E-2A Hawkeye or Sikorsky MH / SH-60. USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-71) is one of the Nimitz-class aircraft carriers. Ships of this type - until the introduction of the Gerald Ford class units - were the largest ships in history. They were also the first nuclear-powered aircraft carrier class in the history of the United States Navy. From the outset, they were designed as the backbone of the US Navy's strike force and were expected to work closely with other shielding vessels, such as destroyers, frigates and submarines. They are almost a symbol of US Navy dominance in world seas and ratings. One of the carriers of this class is USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-71), built at Newport News Shipbuilding in Newport News, Virginia. It is worth adding that, compared to previous units of its class, it has better protection of vital parts of the ship and was built - as before the Nimitz class - in modular technology. Before being accepted for service, the unit underwent very difficult and demanding sea trials, including the detonation of an explosive near the ship. USS T. Roosevelt took an active and significant part in the first Gulf War in 1990-1991. After the end of the conflict, the vessel remained in the area and its aircraft on board monitored the Iraqi side's compliance with the ban on flying over the designated areas. During 1992-1995, the unit periodically served in the Mediterranean Sea and its aircraft participated in Deny Flight and Deliberate Force operations. The individual is currently on active duty.
WWII S.S Jeremiah O Brien (type Liberty) BY Trumpeter 05301

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WWII S.S Jeremiah O Brien (type Liberty) BY Trumpeter 05301

The SS Jeremiah O'Brien was an American merchant ship of World War II. The keel of this unit was laid down in May 1943 and the launching took place in June of the same year and in July 1943 the ship entered service. The total length of the vessel at the time of launch was 134.57 meters and a beam of 17 meters. Full displacement reached 14,450 tons, and maximum speed - 11 knots. The deck armament at the time of the launch consisted of a single 127mm gun, three 76mm guns and eight 20mm Oerlikon guns. SS Jeremiah O'Brien was one of the Liberty ships. Ships of this type were mass-built by shipyards located in the USA and Canada during World War II. Units of this type were cheap and easy to produce, they had a very simple structure, but also very spacious holds. It is worth adding that the first units of this type were built in about 240-250 days, but together with the improvement of production techniques, this time has decreased to about 40 days! Over 2,700 Liberty Ships were built during the war, with approximately 200 lost in hostilities. SS Jeremiah O'Brien was built at New England Shipbuilding Corporation in South Portland, Maine. She began her Atlantic service, where she made a total of four convoy voyages. She was also used as a transport ship during the invasion of Normandy on 6 June 1944. She then sailed to the South Pacific and Indian Oceans, where she served until the end of World War II. In 1946, SS Jeremiah O'Brien was transferred to reserve. She is currently one of only two Liberty Ships operating as a museum ship.

SPACE KIT - TV SERIES


Galaxy Express 999 Another Story Ultimate Journey' Space Pirate Battleship Arcadia Third Ship - Hasegawa 64802

HASEGAWA

Galaxy Express 999 Another Story Ultimate Journey' Space Pirate Battleship Arcadia Third Ship - Hasegawa 64802

Length: 226.5mm Width: 100mm Maetel's acrylic stand is included! 1/2500 scale Arcadia of Ultimate Journey version package appeared. Maetel's acrylic stands uses the cover illustration of Volume 3 of the comic. No glue is required to assemble Arcadia. The four parts colors of green, brown, white, and black make it easy for beginners to assemble. Bow skull parts set "6 teeth". The triple pulsar cannon can rotate the turret and move the barrel up and down, and the space buster (rapid gun) can move up and down. Knife-shaped ram parts (replaceable) on the bow and a stand for display are included. The package uses the original illustration. Arcadia is a fictional spaceship (space warship) developed by engineer Tochiro Oyama shortly before his death and given to Captain Harlock. It is also assumed that the ship's creator managed to convert his consciousness into the ship's main computer before his death, making Arcadia a part of a cyborg of gigantic proportions. The length of the ship is about 400m, 290m wide and about 160m high! Furthermore, the unit has very modern electronic equipment and has - inevitably - a lot of autonomy. Only about 40 crew are needed for this huge ship. Arcadia is also assumed to have powerful armor and weapons consisting of pulsars, vibrations, gravity guns and torpedo launchers. Battleship Arcadia is part of the "Captain Harlock" comic and manga universe created by Japanese cartoonist Leiji Matsumoto.

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FUJIMI VOLKSWAGEN GOLF GTI V – 123158 SCALA 1:24

FUJIMI

FUJIMI VOLKSWAGEN GOLF GTI V – 123158 SCALA 1:24

Volkswagen Golf (other names: VW Rabbit or VW Caribe) is a German compact car, first presented to the public in 1974. Its production began the same year and is still ongoing. It has taken place or is still taking place in several cities around the world, including: Wolfsburg, Germany or Puebla, Mexico. The Golf model was developed and put into production by the Volkswagen AG company to replace the legendary Beetle in the commercial offer. Despite the considerable popularity that this model gained, the company's authorities in the late 1960s began to realize the need to create a successor with a newer and, above all, more technically advanced style, dedicated mainly to the markets of Europe Western and North America. The new model, from its predecessor, differed in many elements. Ital Design, led by Giorgietto Giugiaro, was responsible for developing the style of the first generation. The car also received new power units, richer equipment, also ensured greater travel comfort and - above all - a higher level of passenger safety. The car turned out to be a great success: in the period 1974-1978, as many as 3 million copies of this car were produced! This resulted in the continuation of production and building development. To date, seven generations of the basic model have been created, the last of which was presented in 2012 (VW Golf VII) at the Paris Motor Show. The production of this generation takes place in several cities around the world (including Zwickau in Germany or Foshan in the People's Republic of China). The design is also based on a new floor plate, and engines with a capacity of 1.0 to 1.8 liters are used as a drive.
HASEGAWA SUBARU IMPREZA “1994 HONG KONG RALLY WINNER” – 20589 SCALA 1:24

HASEGAWA

HASEGAWA SUBARU IMPREZA “1994 HONG KONG RALLY WINNER” – 20589 SCALA 1:24

Subaru Impreza is a Japanese passenger car first presented to the public in 1992. Its series production began a year later and is still ongoing. Production mainly takes place in factories in the city of Ota, Japan. Subaru Impreza was developed and put into production to replace the Leone models in the company's offer. Compared to its predecessor, it offered passengers much greater travel comfort, it was also characterized by a much changed, less "edgy" style and a wider range of engines, which included units with a capacity of 1.5 to 2, 5 litres. Subaru Impreza was offered in different body versions, such as: 2-door and 4-door sedan, 5-door station wagon or 5-door hatchback. The car quickly achieved considerable market success, due to its successful drive units, reliability and the ability to transfer traction to all wheels, which significantly improves the traction properties of this model. It is worth adding that the Event models offered on the European, Japanese and American markets differ significantly, especially when comparing engines. Five generations of this model have been created so far, the last of which was presented in 2016. Subaru Impreza successfully competed and is still taking part in car rallies, achieving many successes in them.