.:Lukgraph:. BOULTON & PAUL P-12 BODMIN #released

The Boulton & Paul P.12 Bodmin was an experimental British twin-engined biplane bomber with its engines mounted in a fuselage engine room and with tandem pairs of tractor and pusher airscrews mounted between the wings. The two Bodmins built flew successfully in 1924, proving the concept, but the layout was not developed to production.

Set contains:
Material: Grey resin
Parts: 162 pcs. (5 transparent)
Etched parts: 31 pcs.
Decals: 18 pcs.
Film: 3 pcs.
Color manual
Model dimensions: (Length) 224 mm x (Span) 292 mm
 photos courtesy of imodeler.com

on offer by Lukgraph also:

NORMAN THOMPSON N.T.2B cat. No. 72-03 

.:Airfix:. RAF Boeing Fortress Mk.III

Although obviously more usually associated with USAAF operations, the B-17 was also an important aircraft for the Royal Air Force and a future 1/72nd scale release will mark a fascinating version of the B-17, which operated on classified missions during the final months of WWII. Around eighty-five B-17Gs were transferred to the RAF, most of which came under the control of 100 Group and were referred to as the Fortress Mk.III in British service. These aircraft would be modified to perform a specific and highly secret role in the skies above Europe, using electronic countermeasures to confuse and demoralise German night defences, making them less effective and helping to protect the aircrews of Bomber Command as they went about their nightly duties.
 Scheme Options with the Fortress Mk.III
Boeing Fortress Mk.III, BU-E (KJ177/G) ‘Take it Easy’, RAF No.214 (Federated Malay States) Squadron, No.100 (Bomber Support) Group, Based at RAF Sculthorpe and Oulton, Norfolk, England 1944


This fascinating aircraft wears the distinctive scheme applied to Bomber Command aircraft, but looks very different on this US manufactured aircraft. Although we have included the serial KJ177/G in our description, there is little evidence to conclusively corroborate this detail, but existing research and a number of reputable sources are confident that this is the case – research is currently ongoing. The aircraft features attractive ‘Take it Easy’ nose artwork and the radome which houses the radar unit is depicted with a semi-opaque finish. It is perhaps one of the most interesting British bombers of the Second World War.

Boeing Fortress Mk.III, B6-G (KJ121), RAF No.223 Squadron, No.100 (Bomber Support) Group, Based at RAF Sculthorpe and Oulton, Norfolk, England 1944.

 Summer 2018
All images ⒸAirfix/Hornby


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.:IBG Models:. PZL 23A "Karaś"72 and PZL 42 #incoming

 The PZL.23 Karaś (crucian carp) was a Polish light bomber and reconnaissance aircraft designed in the mid-1930s by PZL in Warsaw. It was the primary Polish reconnaissance bomber in use during the Invasion of Poland. (courtesy of Wikipedia)
Info by IBG:
We're presenting 2 brand new aircraft model kit in 1/72 from IBG Models! PZL.23A Karaś and PZL.42 will be available in a month! More info coming soon.

.:Platz:. Fuji T-1B trainer #incoming


The Fuji T-1 was Japan's first jet-powered trainer aircraft. The first flight was in January 1958. A total of 66 T-1 planes were built. /Wikipedia/
New tool for 2017 56th Shizuoka Hobby Show
Scheduled for release in July
3D Designed
Decals printed by Cartograf[?]
 Photos researched by superuser Homebee@Britmodeller #respect

.:Eduard:. Grumman Hellcat F6F-3 #boxart

weekend may release (and the weekend editions ~boxarts~ #evolution?]
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.:Special Hobby:. Fairey Fulmar Mk.II/NF Mk.II #boxart

For June we are preparing the model SH72368 Fulmar Mk.II /NF Mk.II in 1/72. The model has detailed and fine engravings and covers the differences between Mk.I and Mk.II/NF Mk.II. The decals will offer the model NF Mk.II and three Mk.II. The kit will contain etchings and resin parts and will be offered for a very special price.*


.:Sword:. Lockheed F-94B Starfire #reissue


  • 1. FA-888 61st. FIS Selfridge 1951
  • 2.FA- 51-54491952: USAF 319th FIS (325th FIG), at Suwon AB, South Korea.30.1.1953 shooting down a North Korean plane (probably a Lavochkin LA-9) during a night interdiction mission north of the bombline.
  • 3. F-94B 50-829 USAF 339th FIS, at Johnson AB, Japan. 1952 USAF 319th FIS (325th FIG), at Suwon AB, South Korea.

Model contains PE parts


.:High Planes Models:. EXPAL BRP-250 Bombs

High Planes EXPAL BRP-250 Bombs x 4 Accessories
We have added 1:72 & 1:48 Expal BRP-250 bombs to our accessories range. These Spanish bombs were widely exported to Latin America and used by the Argentine Air Force in the Falklands/Malvinas War.
The sets include resin cast bomb casings & fuses, 3D polymer print rear housing and fin, plus stencil decals. Four bombs are in each set.