.:Arma Hobby:. Hurricane Mk I "Battle of Britain"

Set includes two sets of national markings, stencils, instrument panel and seat belts and markings for four Battle of Britain heroes:
Hurricane Mk I, V6864/DT-A, 257 Squadron RAF, S/Ldr Robert Stanford Tuck DSO, DFC & Two Bars, AFC , December 1940
Hurricane Mk I V6665/RF-J, 303 Squadron PAF, F/Lt John Alexander Kent DFC & Bar, AFC, VM, September 1940
Hurricane Mk I P2798/LK-A, 87 Squadron RAF, F/Lt Ian Richard Gleed DFC, August/September 1940
Hurricane Mk I P3576/GN-A, 249 Squadron RAF, F/Lt James Brindley Nicolson VC, DFC, 16 August1940


.:Italeri:. T-33A SHOOTING STAR - reissue 2020


The subsonic two-seater jet trainer Lockheed T-33 Shooting Star played an important role in the operational training of many military pilots during the ‘50s. It was developed on the airframe of the single-seat fighter P-80, from which it differed by a longer fuselage. The design was simple and practical with the famous "T" shape characterizes by its straight and low wing. The United States Air Force used the T-33 to perform advanced pilot training tasks until the early 1960s when it was progressively replaced by the most advanced Northrop T-38 Talon. Compared to P-80, the T-33 adopted a lighter armament formed by only 2 0.50 (12.7 mm.) machine guns). Its reliability has allowed the T-33 to obtain rapid diffusion in numerous air forces that employed the plane not only for training activities but also in operational missions. The last T-33s in service flew until the 2000s.








.:IBG Models:. Scammell Pioneer Tank Transporter with TRMU30 Trailer

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IBG Models 1/72 Scammell Pioneer Tank Transporter with TRCU30 trailer will come out in around a week, check out the renderings below!