.:Barracuda Studios:. Fw-190A,F and Spitfire Stencils

BC72376 Fw-190A,F D Airframe stencils  
This set consists of two complete sets of stencils for just about any variant of the FW 190 family. These are very thin and beautifully printed by Cartograf, and replace the often thick stencils with hard to hide clear film found in all kits of the Fw-190 in 1/72 scale. A simple upgrade with a big payoff for your latest Wurger project.

.:Xtradecal:. Bristol Blenheim Mk.I/Mk.If #decals

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Mk.1 K7078 38 Sqn RAF Wyton 1937
K7133 44-L 44 Sqn RAF Waddington 1938;
YN-B 601 Sqn RAF Hendon 1939
L1257 ZK-I 25 Sqn RAF North Weald 1941;
K7040 114-V 114 Sqn RAF Wyton 1937;
K7107 VT-B 30 Sqn Ismalia Egypt 1940;
L1381 VA-G 113 Sqn Greece 1941;
Mk.If L1426 RX-M 25 Sqn RAF Northolt 1939;
K7177 VT-N 30 Sqn Meleme Crete 1941;
WQ-P 604 Sqn RAF Hendon 1940;
L6782 ZD-Z 222 Sqn RAF Duxford;
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.:Eduard:. Pre-release Library Edition of MiG-21MF #markings

Pre-release Library Edition of MiG-21MF in 1/72 scale can be ordered NOW!
This special Library edition gives you chance to have your brand new 1/72 MiG-21MF for one month earlier than the premiere ProfiPACK!
Kit covers marking of No. 4127 of the Czech Air Force, wearing the Knight emblem of the Eduard company.
- 1st RUN - 6 – 15 March 2018 (discounted price)
- 2nd RUN - 21 – 31 March 2018 (standard price)
Kits will dispatch after 2nd of April 2018.
- plastic parts: Eduard
- No. of decal options: 1
- decals: Eduard
- PE parts: yes
- painting mask: yes
- resin parts: yes, wing & fuselage pylons, R-3S missiles with adapters.

.:Scaleworx:. Masters for 1/72 Agusta LUH

The AgustaWestland AW109 is a lightweight, twin-engine, eight-seat multi-purpose helicopter built by the Italian manufacturer Leonardo (formerly AgustaWestland, merged into the new Finmeccanica since 2016).[1] The rotorcraft had the distinction of being the first all-Italian helicopter to be mass-produced.[2]

Developed as the A109 by Agusta, it originally entered service in 1976 and has since been used in various roles, including light transport, medevac, search-and-rescue, and military roles. The AW109 has been in continuous production for 40 years. The AgustaWestland AW119 is a derivative of the AW109, the main difference being that it is powered only by a single engine instead.
Military LUH "Light Utility Helicopter" variant based on the A109E Power. Operators include South African Air Force, Swedish Air Force, Royal New Zealand Air Force, Nigerian Air Force, as well as Algeria and Malaysia.

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