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Do-17K Early Short Engine Nacelle - 1/72 - RS92030

Luftwaffe twin-engine light bomber and multi-role aircraft - radial engine variant, sometimes referred to as the Fliegender Bleistift or 'Flying Pencil'. Kit features recessed panel lines, detailed cockpit and engine with resin and photo-etch parts, multi-part canopy, detailed undercarriage and armaments.

Decals and color painting guide for 3 aircraft:
3362 of 210.E Kapino Polje, April 1941
3362, 1 Centro Sperimentale (Regia Aeronautica), Guidonia Italy, June 1941
ex-VVKJ 3341 of 1./5. Bombardirovicen Orlijak, Graf Ignatievo Airfield, 1941

Shipping Location Scale Price CAD
CANADA US 1/72 $44.99
INTERNATIONAL 1/72 $44.99





AMBROSINI SAI 207 - 1/72 - RS9203

The Ambrosini SAI.207 was a lightweight fighter aircraft developed in Italy during World War II. Kit feature's recessed panel lines, detailed cockpit with photo-etch parts, 1-piece canopy, boxed-in wheel wells, optional position landing gear.

Decals and color painting guide for 3 aircraft:
MM 8431, seventh production machine, Italy;
MM 8436, Cervateri, Summer, 1943
MM 8433 northern Italy with German insignia

Shipping Location Scale Price CAD
CANADA US 1/72 $24.99
INTERNATIONAL 1/72 $24.99





Reggiane 2006 - 1/72 - RS92086

Together with both the Fiat G.56 and the Macchi C.206, the RE.2006 was a highly secret project. They were all modified versions of the Type 5 fighters, designed to be fitted with the DB.603 engine. Although the Macchi never got past the design stage, both the G.56 and RE.2006 did get built. With cramped working conditions and covert construction to keep the Germans unaware of its whereabouts, it was a miracle the plane got built at all. Porjected speed was 750 kph or 466 mph, woudl have made it the fastest and one of the heavesit armed of the period.

Decals and color painting guide for 4 aircraft.

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Philippe Martin


Shipping Location Scale Price CAD
CANADA US 1/72 $24.99
INTERNATIONAL 1/72 $24.99





 
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