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22-11-2009 |P-51D with USAAF Pilots and Ground Personnel
P-51D with USAAF Pilots and Ground PersonnelP-51D with USAAF Pilots and Ground Personnel
The set includes kit of P-51D “Ridge Runner III” of Maj. Pierce McKennon, ace of 4th FG (ETO) and 5 figures of USAAF pilots and mechanics.
22-11-2009 |P-51B with USAAF Pilots and Ground Personnel
P-51B with USAAF Pilots and Ground PersonnelP-51B with USAAF Pilots and Ground Personnel
The set includes kit of P-51B “Tommy’s Dad” of Maj. John Herbst, ace of 23th FG (China) and 5 figures of USAAF pilots and mechanics.
22-11-2009 |Mustang P-51D-15
Mustang P-51D-15 WWII American Fighter
The modification Р-51D was produced since 1944. It differed in the installation of the bubble canopy and more potent armament. Mustangs were widely used as escort fighters and fighter-bombers on all theatres of war up to the end of the WWII.
22-11-2009 |Mustang Mk.III
Mustang Mk.IIIWWII RAF Fighter
The legendary Р-51 Mustang was one of the best fighter aircraft of the WWII period. This airplane has designed by North American Corporation by the order of the British RAF. The prototype NA-73X made the maiden flight at October 26, 1940. In Great Britain the airplane received the name Mustang. USAAF also were interested of the new fighter and marked it P-51.
22-11-2009 |Mustang P-51C
Mustang P-51CWWII American Fighter
The legendary Р-51 Mustang was one of the best fighter aircraft of the WWII period. This airplane has designed by North American Corporation by the order of the British RAF. The prototype NA-73X made the maiden flight at October 26, 1940. In Great Britain the airplane received the name Mustang. USAAF also were interested of the new fighter and marked it P-51.
22-11-2009 |Mustang P-51A
Mustang P-51AWWII American Fighter
The legendary Р-51 Mustang was one of the best fighter aircraft of the WWII period. This airplane has designed by North American Corporation by the order of the British RAF. The prototype NA-73X made the maiden flight at October 26, 1940. In Great Britain the airplane received the name Mustang. USAAF also were interested of the new fighter and marked it P-51.
22-11-2009 |Spitfire LF. IXE
Spitfire LF. IXEWWII Soviet Air Force Fighter
In 1943 began production of the Spitfire Mk.VIII modification with retractable tailwheel and increased range. These fighters served in the Mediterranean and Far East in USAAF and RAAF units.
22-11-2009 |Spitfire Mk.VIII
Spitfire Mk.VIII WWII USAAF Fighter
In 1943 began production of the Spitfire Mk.VIII modification with retractable tailwheel and increased range. These fighters served in the Mediterranean and Far East in USAAF and RAAF units.
22-11-2009 |Spitfire Mk.XVI
Spitfire Mk.XVIWWII British Fighter
The British fighter Spitfire – one of the “flying legends” of World War II. The Spitfire Mk.IX modification has raised on base of the Mk.V in 1942 with the installation of the more potent engine.
22-11-2009 |Spitfire Mk.VII
Spitfire Mk.VIIWWII British Fighter
The British fighter Spitfire – one of the “flying legends” of World War II. The Spitfire Mk.IX modification has raised on base of the Mk.V in 1942 with the installation of the more potent engine.




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Afghan Motorcade (1979-1989) (URAL-375D, URAL-375A, ATZ-5-375, BTR-60PB)Art.: DS7201
 Scale: 1:72
U-2/Po-2VS with Soviet Pilots & GP (1943-1945)Art.: 48254
 Scale: 1:48
US Drivers (1917-1918) (2 figures) (100% new molds)Art.: 35706
 Scale: 1:35
Leichttraktor Rheinmetall 1930, German Tank (100% new molds)Art.: 35330
 Scale: 1:35
Model T 1917 Touring, WWI Australian Army Staff CarArt.: 35667
 Scale: 1:35
Ki-86a/K9W1 “Cypress”, WWII Japan Training AircraftArt.: 32032
 Scale: 1:32
Standard B \Art.: 35651
 Scale: 1:35

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