Assembly plastic kit of a German Messerschmitt Bf109G-6. Two paint schemes included.
Assembly plastic kit of a De Havilland Mosquito MkII/VI/XVIII.
These city steps enable a huge scope of modelling opportunities to be created, and these steps can be found right across Europe. Great to be used in wargaming scenarios too, 1:76, 1:72 and larger scale figures can be used with these.
Discover how a combustion engine works by building your very own working model. Using the simplified instructions, piece together over 100 parts to build an engine with movement and lights.
Discover how a jet engine works by building your very own working model, with spinning turbo fans and a variable speed control. Built as though hanging beneath a wing the Jet Engine's speed can be controlled by the handle built into the base.
Trying to make the army more mobile during the Great War, the Royal Horse Artillery in this set have two field guns, a full team of horses, gun limber and full crew.
Assembly plastic kit of a Hawker Hurricane MkI.
Assembly plastic kit of a Britsh fighter Hawker Typhoon.
The personnel included in this set are performing various maintenance and re-arming roles, including handling machine guns, ammunition and even a camera. Completing the range of poses are a WAAF officer, a male officer and two airmen, one of whom is
Depicted here with an assortment of weapons, including the Bren Light Machine Gun and the Projector Infantry Anti-Tank (PIAT), these British Army Troops are as they would have appeared across occupied Europe, fighting to liberate France, Holland and
Paratroops were used decisively in the invasion of Norway and the Netherlands, racing a peak in the conquering of Crete in 1941 where casualties were deemed to be unacceptably high.