Aircraft - Military, Civilian, Helicopters

While every attempt will be made to keep this list up to date it does not necessarily reflect the current availability of a kit.

Airfix Plastic Kits by Category

Can't visit the shop? Why not mail order?

We Specialise in Mail Order within Australia and throughout the World

For details of costs, insurance, payment see How to Buy or Call 1300 BRUNEL.

Civilian Aircraft

Code Description Image Price A$
58-05171 1:144 Boeing 707

The prototype of the 707 (known as the Dash) led to a revolution in air travel. Although it never entered commercial service, it gave birth to the 707 series. Much larger, faster and smoother than the propeller aeroplanes it was replacing, it quickly changed the face of international travel.

1:144 Boeing 707 $45.50
58-08015A 1:72 Douglas Dakota Mk III RAF Edition 1:72 Douglas Dakota Mk III RAF Edition $67.00

Military Aircraft - 1:24 Scale

Code Description Image Price A$
58-25001A 1:24 Mosquito FBV1 1:24 Mosquito FBV1 $473.50
58-14003A 1:24 North American Mustang P-51K/RF

The Dallas-built version of the P-51D, designated the P-51K, was equipped with an Aeroproducts propeller in place of the Hamilton Standard prop, as well as a larger differently configured canopy and other minor differences. The photo reconnaissance versions of the P-51D abd P-51K were designated F-6D and F-6K respectively. The RAF assigned the name Mustang IV to the D model and Mustang IVA to K models.

1:24 North American Mustang P-51K/RF $142.50
58-19003 1:24 Hawker Typhoon MkIB - Car Door

 

1:24 Hawker Typhoon MkIB - Car Door $259.00

Military Aircraft - 1:48 Scale

Code Description Image Price A$
58-10101A 1:48 English Electric Canberra B2/B20 1:48 English Electric Canberra B2/B20 $88.50
58-05119 1:48 Supermarine Spitfire MKXIX

The PR.XIX was the final Photo Reconnaissance version of the Spitfire to see active RAF service. Produced by mating features of the Mk.XI Spitfire to the powerful Griffon engine of the XIV, the PR.XIX was one of the fastest and some say best looking of all the Spitfire variants.Due to its role as a reconnaissance machine it featured no armament, intead relying upon its speed to evade any potential enemies. after the war the PR.XIX served in the Far East, operating over Hainan Island and performing the RAF's last ever operational sortie by a Spitfire over Malaya on the 10th of June 1957.

1:48 Supermarine Spitfire MKXIX $45.50
58-05120B 1:48 Messerchmidt 109E-4/E-1

Classed as one of the best fighters of the war, the Bf109 served from 1938 to 1945 and beyond. After successful campaigns across Poland, France and the Low countries, this ‘E’ variant was the Spitfire’s main adversary across England in 1940. While hampered by its short range, the Messerschmitt acquitted itself well, as it later did over the whole Western Front.

1:48 Messerchmidt 109E-4/E-1 $45.50
58-05125 1:48 Supermarine Spitfire MkVB

The MkVb was the first Spitfire fitted with drop tanks to increase range and many were equipped with bombs. Until the end of the Battle of Britain in 1940, all Spitfires were used for defence of the UK. In an overseas role it had a dust filter modification to protect the engine. The new Mk V outclassed the Messerschmitt 109E.

1:48 Supermarine Spitfire MkVB $45.50
58-05126 1:48 Supermarine Spitfire MK1 (new mould 2015)

The immortal Spitfire entered service in 1938 and remained the RAF's primary fighter until after the end of the Second World War. Designed by R.J. Mitchell, who gained his experience working on the elegant Supermarine Schneider trophy floatplanes, the Spitfire quickly emerged as a world beater upon its introduction. These early versions played a vital role in defending Great Britain during the Battle of Britain, while later versions took the fight to the Axis powers.

No Image Available $45.50
58-09179 1:48 English Electric Lightning F1/F1A/F2

Entering RAF squadron service in 1960, the Lightning represented a quantum leap in capability and performance over the RAF's previous interceptor jets, offering Mach 2+ performance as well as a phenomenal rate of climb. Until its retirement in the 1980s, the Lightning had few rivals for outright speed and climbing ability, however it did have some shortcomings, most notably its lack of range as well as its limited armament of just two air to air missiles.The F3 Lightning introduced an enlarged ventral tank with later versions also being equipped with overwing tanks, improving the range of the Lightning. These versions deleted the nose guns of the earlier variants, thus reducing the ability of the Lightning pilots to get in close to their opponents. They also did nothing to overcome its missile definciency, with the Lightning still having to rely on two missles.The Lightning was eventually replaced in 1988, as it was superseded by the more capable and heavily armed Tornado. A number of these planes have survived and can be found in museums across the country, a reminder of one of the RAF's fastest fighter jets of all time.

1:48 English Electric Lightning F1/F1A/F2 $80.00
58-09182 1:48 Gloster Meteor F8 1:48 Gloster Meteor F8 $80.00
58-05128 1:48 Boulton Paul Defiant Mk1 New

 

1:48 Boulton Paul Defiant Mk1 New $45.50
58-05129 1:48 Hawker Hurricane Mk1 - Tropical New

 

1:48 Hawker Hurricane Mk1 - Tropical New $45.50
58-05130 1:48 Curtiss P40B New

 

1:48 Curtiss P40B New $45.50
58-07114 1:48 Junkers JU87B1


No Image Available $61.00
58-09184 1:48 Gloster Meteor F8 - Korea No Image Available $80.00
58-05131 1:48 North American P-51D Mustang

 

1:48 North American P-51D Mustang $45.50
58-05132 1:48 Boulton Paul Defiant

 

1:48 Boulton Paul Defiant $45.50
58-05133 1:48 Curtiss Tomahawk Mk IIB

 

1:48 Curtiss Tomahawk Mk IIB $45.50
58-05134 1:48 Hawker Sea Hurricane Mk1B

 

1:48 Hawker Sea Hurricane Mk1B $45.50
58-07115 1:48 Junkers JU87B -2/R - New Livery


1:48 Junkers JU87B -2/R - New Livery $61.00
58-09183 1:48 Supermarine Walrus Mk 1 1:48 Supermarine Walrus Mk 1 $80.00
58-06105 1:48 Hawker Sea Fury FB

Considered by many to be the ultimate Spitfire/Seafire variant, the FR.46/47 differed dramatically from R.J Mitchells' orginal design, featuring a chin mounted radiator, contra-rotating propellers, folding wings and short barrelled cannons.It was the Seafire FR.47 that carried out the last combat raids of the Spitfire family's long and illustriuos career, performing ground attack missions against North Korean targets during the Korean War.Once again it proved itself to be an effective and popular aircraft, but it's time had come and the Seafire was to be replaced, firstly by the more powerful Piston Aircraft and then by Jets.

1:48 Hawker Sea Fury FB $54.00
58-05136 1:48 North American F51D Mustang

 

No Image Available $45.50
58-05137 1:48 North American Mustang Mk IV

 

No Image Available $45.50
58-06101A 1:48 Supermarine Spitfire Mk22/24

Considered by many to be the ultimate Spitfire/Seafire variant, the FR.46/47 differed dramatically from R.J Mitchells' orginal design, featuring a chin mounted radiator, contra-rotating propellers, folding wings and short barrelled cannons.It was the Seafire FR.47 that carried out the last combat raids of the Spitfire family's long and illustriuos career, performing ground attack missions against North Korean targets during the Korean War.Once again it proved itself to be an effective and popular aircraft, but it's time had come and the Seafire was to be replaced, firstly by the more powerful Piston Aircraft and then by Jets.

No Image Available $54.00
58-06106 1:48 Hawker Sea Fury FB II Export Edition

Considered by many to be the ultimate Spitfire/Seafire variant, the FR.46/47 differed dramatically from R.J Mitchells' orginal design, featuring a chin mounted radiator, contra-rotating propellers, folding wings and short barrelled cannons.It was the Seafire FR.47 that carried out the last combat raids of the Spitfire family's long and illustriuos career, performing ground attack missions against North Korean targets during the Korean War.Once again it proved itself to be an effective and popular aircraft, but it's time had come and the Seafire was to be replaced, firstly by the more powerful Piston Aircraft and then by Jets.

1:48 Hawker Sea Fury FB II Export Edition $54.00
58-09185 1:48 Hawker Hunter F6 No Image Available $80.00
58-09186 1:48 Bristol Blenheim Mk 1F No Image Available $80.00
58-09187 1:48 Supermarine Walrus Silver Wings No Image Available $80.00
58-09188 1:48 Gloster Meteor FR9 No Image Available $80.00

Military Aircraft - 1:72 Scale

Code Description Image Price A$
58-03019 1:72 de Havilland Mosquito

The Mosquito earned the reputation of being one of the most outstanding aircraft of World War II.  Constant success in its various fighter-bomber, maritime and ground attack roles made it is a very respected foe by its opponents.  Its wooden construction provided resistance to punishing damage and afforded quick repair.

1:72 de Havilland Mosquito $28.00
58-01071B 1:72 Supermarine Spitfire Mk1A

The Spitfire gained immortality during the Battle of Britain in the summer of 1940. Its main role was to intercept and destroy the Luftwaffe's fighters whilst the Hurricanes of the RAF attacked the incoming bombers.

1:72 Supermarine Spitfire Mk1A $15.00
58-04052A 1:72 Sea Harrier FA2

The Sea Harrier FA2 carries the AIM-120 AMRAAM missile and was the first UK aircraft to be provided with this capability. The first operational deployment was in April 1994 as part of the UN force in Bosnia when it was often called in by troops on the ground for air support.

1:72 Sea Harrier FA2 $41.00
58-01008 1:72 Messerschmitt BF 109E

The prototype Bf109a first flew in 1935. The later E model was more powerful and better armed and by the summer of 1940, over 500 were in service for the offensive against Great Britain.  By this time, the 109E had already proved to be a competent, if not the world's best, fighter aircraft in the skies above Poland, France and the low countries.  It met its match over England where it was shown to be inferior to the RAF's Spitfire.

1:72 Messerschmitt BF 109E $15.00
58-02005C 1:72 BAE Red Arrows Hawk 2016 Scheme

The dual control BAe Hawk T1 is the RAF's advanced trainer, and has been used by the Red Arrows since 1979. The aircraft is essentially the same as those flown by RAF Advanced Training Students, with the exception of smoke generators and a slightly up rated engine giving a faster response time.

1:72 BAE Red Arrows Hawk 2016 Scheme $21.50
58-02041 1:72 Hawker Typhoon

Initially designed to replace the Hawker Hurricane as the complimentary high-altitude fighter to the Supermarine Spitfire, the Typhoon instead found its fame as a low altitude ground-attack aircraft, spearheading the airbourne assault through occupied Europe after D-Day. Designed around the enormous 24 cylinder Napier Sabre engine, the Typhoon has a tough gestation before maturing as a capable, low level fighter bomber, devistating German armour in Normandy and beyond.

1:72 Hawker Typhoon $21.60
58-02067 1:72 Hawker Hurricane Mk I

Developed as a replacement to the bi-plane fighters of the RAF, such as the Hawker Fury and Gloster Gauntlet, the Hawker Hurricane was revolutionary.The maiden flight of the first production aircraft, powered by a Merlin II engine, took place in 12th October 1937. The first four aircraft to enter service with the RAF joined No.111 Squadron RAF at RAF Northolt the following December. By the outbreak of the Second World War, nearly 500 Hurricanes had been produced. Although they fought valiantly, these very early Hurricanes, with their fabric wings and two-blade propellers, had fallen behind the best of the Luftwaffe's fighters.The newly tooled model features:Authentic fabric effect on wings and fuselageOptional two and three blade propellersOptional exhaust stacks, cockpit armour and radio mastsEarly small rudder or later large rudder and tailfin extension optionsDetailed cockpit and undercarriage bay

1:72 Hawker Hurricane Mk I $18.95
58-09007 1:72 Avro Lancaster Dambuster

While the Lancaster saw the vast majority of its service as a high altitude night bomber attacking strategic targets deep within Germany, notably its involvement in the battles of the Ruhr, Hamburg and Berlin, it was a daring low-level raid that gave the Lancaster arguably its finest hour.The Dambusters raid, as it has since become known, was one the most famous operations of the war.  Led by Wing Commander Guy Gibson, the 19 specially modified Lancaster bombers attacked the Mohne, Eder, Sorpe and Ennepe dams, with the Mohne and Eder dams being breached.  This caused widespread destruction to both the German war effort and to food production.The dams were breached using a special type of bomb, the Upkeep mine, or ‘bouncing bomb’. This was rotated before being dropped so that it skipped along the surface before impacting against the dam, sinking and exploding, thus rupturing the dam.  This avoided the need for a high altitude raid and avoided the torpedo nets. The attack was a partial success but greatly improved the morale of the Allies and the British public.

1:72 Avro Lancaster Dambuster $80.00
58-01010 1:72 Hawker Hurricane MK1

The Hurricane was developed as a replacement for the RAFs pre-war bi-plane fighters, such as the Hawker Fury and Gloster Gauntlet. Considered revolutionary when it was unveiled in 1935, by the start of WWII the earliest versions with fabric covered wings and two bladed propellers had fallen behind the performance of the best Gerrman fighters. Nevertheless, once fitted with 3-blade propellers these early Hurricanes were very successful during the Battle of Britain in 1940.

1:72 Hawker Hurricane MK1 $15.00
58-02029A 1:72 Messerchmitt BF 109G-6

The "G" version of the Luftwaffe’s formidable fighter had an engine with increased power to improve its performance. This was required due to the new aircraft the allies were introducing on all fronts.

1:72 Messerchmitt BF 109G-6 $21.60
58-04003 1:72 Supermarine Swift FR MK5

The Swift still holds the honour of being the first swept-wing jet fighter in RAF service. The F.R.5 proved itself in the reconnaissance role. In 1957 and 1959 Swifts actually won the NATO ‘Royal Flush’ reconnaissance competition, conclusively beating off the best types other nations could offer.

1:72 Supermarine Swift FR MK5 $41.00
58-05042A 1:72 English Electric Lightning F6

The F6 was a single-seat fighter. It featured new wings with better efficiency and subsonic performance. It came with overwing fuel tanks and a larger ventral fuel tank, reintroduction of 30mm cannons and use of the Red Top missile.

1:72 English Electric Lightning F6 $45.50
58-06008A 1:72 Handley Page Halifax B MkIII

The BIII was the main production variant, fitted with Bristol Hercules engines. They were fitted with a transparent nose dome with a single machine gun, a Boulton Paul dorsal turret with four guns and a tail turret with four guns.

1:72 Handley Page Halifax B MkIII $54.00
58-08013 1:72 Avro Lancaster BI (F.E) BIII

Of all the RAF bombers involved in operations over Germany during the Second World War, the Avro Lancaster must rank as the most famous of them all. As the strategic bombing offensive gathered momentum, it was the Lancaster that came to the fore after entering service with the RAF in 1942, overshadowing its other four engine contemporaries, such as the Handley-Page Halifax and the Short Stirling. The Lancaster flew 156,000 sorties and dropped 608,612 long tons (618,378 tonnes) of bombs between 1942 and 1945. Just 35 completed more than 100 successful operations and 3,249 were lost in action. It was the Lancaster that spearheaded the battles for Berlin and Hamburg, as well as playing a vital role in the devastating raid upon Dresden. The Lancaster has become the symbol of the Bomber Command and as such, a symbol of the British air power during the Second World War.

1:72 Avro Lancaster BI (F.E) BIII $67.00
58-08014 1:72 Douglas C-47 A/D Skytrain

The C-47 is a military version of the DC-3 airliner. Recognising the DC-3’s great potential as a military transport, the United States Army Air Command specified a number of changes to make the aircraft suitable for military use, including more powerful engines, utility seats along the walls, a stronger load-bearing floor and the addition of large loading doors.

1:72 Douglas C-47 A/D Skytrain $67.00
58-09008 1:72 Douglas Dakota MKIII with Willys Jeep

Under the lend lease programme large scale deliveries of C-47s were made to the UK, with nearly 2,000 Dakotas being delivered, the first entering service with the RAF in India in 1942. The delivery of large numbers of Dakota IIIs revitalised the RAF’s transport capacity, which until then had been based around a number of obsolete bombers and general purpose aircraft, which were poorly adapted for the role. Dakotas served in every theatre of the war, most notably in Burma and also during the D-Day landings and the airborne assault on Arnhem in 1944.

1:72 Douglas Dakota MKIII with Willys Jeep $80.00
58-A01001 1:72 Spitfire - James May

 

No Image Available $10.00
58-02070 1:72 Grumman F4F-4 Wildcat (new tooling)

The F4F Wildcat was the US Navy's primary carrier borne fighter aircraft at the start of the Second World War. Characterised by its stubby appearance the Wildcat had been developed from Gruman's successful range of pre-war biplanes and had entered service with the US Navy a year prior to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. By the time of the crucial battles from Midway and Guadalcanal the F4F-4 model had become the most numerous varient and new tactics enabled American naval and marine pilots to gain the upper hand on the previously all-conquering Mitsubishi Zero

1:72 Grumman F4F-4 Wildcat (new tooling) $21.50
58-02069 1:72 Boulton Paul Defiant Mk.1 (new tooling)

 

1:72 Boulton Paul Defiant Mk.1 (new tooling) $21.60
58-03087 1:72 Junkers Ju87 B-1 Stuka (new tooling)

 

1:72 Junkers Ju87 B-1 Stuka (new tooling) $28.00
58-04019 1:72 Bristol Beaufighter Mk.X 1:72 Bristol Beaufighter Mk.X $41.00
58-06014 1:72 * Heinkel He.III P2 (new tooling)

* Available while stock lasts

1:72 * Heinkel He.III P2 (new tooling) $54.00
58-04058 1:72 Nakajima B5N2 Kate (new tooling) 1:72 Nakajima B5N2 Kate (new tooling) $41.00
58-08016 1:72 Armstrong Whitworth Whitley Mk.V

 

1:72 Armstrong Whitworth Whitley Mk.V $67.00
58-04057 1:72 Hawker Siddeley Harrier AV-8A (new tooling) 1:72 Hawker Siddeley Harrier AV-8A (new tooling) $41.00
58-11004 1:72 Avro Shackleton MR2

 

1:72 Avro Shackleton MR2 $97.00
58-02074 1:72 Grumman Martlet MkIV (new tooling)

At a time when the Royal Navy were desperately in need of an effective single engine fighter, the new American F4F Wildcat was seen as the ideal solution and was immediately pressed into service.  Known as the Martlet in Fleet Air Arm service, this diminutive aircraft was used operationally right through to the end of the war in Europe. The Fleet Air Arm introduced the American produced F-4F Martlet (Wildcat) to combat in WWII a full year before the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor.

1:72 Grumman Martlet MkIV (new tooling) $21.50
58-12008 1:72 Handley Page Victor B.2

Arguably the most capable of Britain’s Cold War V-Bombers, the Handley Page Victor is certainly one of the most distinctive jet bombers to ever see service.  With its high mounted T-tail and impressive crescent wing, the Victor saw service as a conventional bomber, nuclear bomber and finally as an airborne tanker aircraft, before its eventual retirement in 1993.

1:72 Handley Page Victor B.2 $129.50
58-01086 1:72 Fokker EII Eindecker 1:72 Fokker EII Eindecker $15.00
58-02101 1:72 Royal Aircraft Facility BE2C New

 

1:72 Royal Aircraft Facility BE2C New $21.50
58-02102 1:72 Supermarine Spitfire VA New

 

1:72 Supermarine Spitfire VA New $21.50
58-02103 1:72 BAC Jet Provost T3 New

 

1:72 BAC Jet Provost T3 New $21.50
58-04059 1:72 Bristol Blenheim Mk1F New 1:72 Bristol Blenheim Mk1F New $41.00
58-04060 1:72 Nakijima B5N1 Kate New 1:72 Nakijima B5N1 Kate New $41.00
58-05043 1:72 Bristol Beaufighter MkX (Late) New

 

1:72 Bristol Beaufighter MkX (Late) New $45.50
58-07007 1:72 Heinkel HE111 H6 New

 

1:72 Heinkel HE111 H6 New $61.00
58-08017 1:72 Boeing B17G

 

No Image Available $67.00
58-09009 1:72 Armstrong Whitworth Whitely Mk VII

 

1:72 Armstrong Whitworth Whitely Mk VII $80.00
58-01004A 1:72 North American P-51D Mustang

The North American P51 Mustang is viewed as one of the iconic American fighters of the Second World War.  Designed to an RAF specification, the Mustang was transformed once the Rolls Royce Merlin engine was installed. Its long range and excellent firepower made it a superb escort fighter, able to protect the bombers all the way to Berlin and back.  After the war the P51 saw service in Korea and was used by some air arms up until the early 1980s.

1:72 North American P-51D Mustang $15.00
58-01005A 1:72 Mitsubishi A6M2B Zero - New Livery


1:72 Mitsubishi A6M2B Zero - New Livery $15.00
58-02104 1:72 Royal Aircraft Factory BEc2 Scout

 

1:72 Royal Aircraft Factory BEc2 Scout $21.50
58-03080A 1:72 Messerschmitt BF 110C/D - New Livery

The Bf110C was the first version of the Bf110 to be equipped with the Daimler Benz engines.  At the altitudes it had to operate at in order to protect the bombers it would prove to be increasingly vulnerable to British and later American fighter aircraft due to its lack of manoeuvrability.

1:72 Messerschmitt BF 110C/D - New Livery $28.00
58-03088 1:72 Messerschmitt ME262A-1A - New Livery

 

1:72 Messerschmitt ME262A-1A - New Livery $28.00
58-03089 1:72 Junkers JU87B-2/R-2 Stuka - New Livery

 

No Image Available $28.00
58-04053A 1:72 Fairey Swordfish Mk I

The Royal Navy's primary torpedo bomber of the Second World War, the Swordfish, despite its obsolescence, proved to be an effective anti-submarine and torpedo bomber right up until he end of hastilities in 1945, going on in fact to outlive its intended replacement, the Albacore, in Royal Navy service. Involved in such famous actions as the Taranto raid, the Bismarck operation and the Channel Dash, the vulnerable but effective Swordfish firmly cemented its place in aviation folklore.

1:72 Fairey Swordfish Mk I $41.00
58-04061 1:72 Bristol Blenheim MkIV Bomber 1:72 Bristol Blenheim MkIV Bomber $36.00
58-06015 1:72 North American B25C/D Mitchell 1:72 North American B25C/D Mitchell $54.00
58-06016 1:72 McDonnell Douglas FGG.1 Phantom 1:72 McDonnell Douglas FGG.1 Phantom $54.00
58-08018 1:72 Boeing Fortress Mk III - New Livery

 

1:72 Boeing Fortress Mk III - New Livery $67.00
58-11005 1:72 Avro Shackleton AEW.2

 

1:72 Avro Shackleton AEW.2 $97.00
58-01003A 1:72 Curtis Tomahawk MKIIB


1:72 Curtis Tomahawk MKIIB $15.00
.UJG2033 1:72 * Spitfire Mk22

Considered by many to be the ultimate Spitfire, the F Mk.22 shared only a very passing resemblance to its early Spitfire ancestors. Equipped with a more powerful Griffon engine as well as a larger tail unit and cut-down rear fuselage, the F Mk.22 was the most powerful Spitfire to see service, as well as the most capable. Serving in only small numbers and too late for the Second World War, the F Mk.22 was the penultimate land based variant of the classic Spitfire design.

1:72 * Spitfire Mk22 $10.00
58-A12050 1:72 BAe Nimrod - available while stock lasts

 

No Image Available $95.00
58-01008A 1:72 Messerschmitt BF109E-4

The prototype Bf109a first flew in 1935. The later E model was more powerful and better armed and by the summer of 1940, over 500 were in service for the offensive against Great Britain.  By this time, the 109E had already proved to be a competent, if not the world's best, fighter aircraft in the skies above Poland, France and the low countries.  It met its match over England where it was shown to be inferior to the RAF's Spitfire.

1:72 Messerschmitt BF109E-4 $15.00
58-01087 1:72 Fokker EIII Eindecker 1:72 Fokker EIII Eindecker $15.00
58-02105 1:72 Follant Gnat T.1

 

No Image Available $21.50
58-02106 1:72 Dehavilland Tiger Moth

 

No Image Available $21.50
58-03085A 1:72 BAE Hawk T1

 

No Image Available $28.00
58-04015A 1:72 Martin B26 B/C Marauder

Ordered straight from the drawing board in 1935 the Bristol Type 142, later called the Blenheim was, for its time, a very advanced aircraft but by the outbreak of the Second World War it had been overtaken by fighter development.Seeing service across all the major fronts of the Second World War, the Blenheim was used extensively by the RAF as both a light bomber and fighter before being phased out of service in 1943, replaced by more modern types less vulnerable to enemy fighters.

1:72 Martin B26 B/C Marauder $41.00
58-04062 1:72 Messerschmitt ME262-B1A No Image Available $41.00
58-04063 1:72 Westland Sea King HAS.3 No Image Available $41.00
58-06017 1:72 McDonnell Douglas FGR2 Phantom No Image Available $54.00
58-06018 1:72 North American Mitchell Mk II No Image Available $54.00
58-08013A 1:72 Avro Lancaster BI/BIII

Of all the RAF bombers involved in operations over Germany during the Second World War, the Avro Lancaster must rank as the most famous of them all. As the strategic bombing offensive gathered momentum, it was the Lancaster that came to the fore after entering service with the RAF in 1942, overshadowing its other four engine contemporaries, such as the Handley-Page Halifax and the Short Stirling. The Lancaster flew 156,000 sorties and dropped 608,612 long tons (618,378 tonnes) of bombs between 1942 and 1945. Just 35 completed more than 100 successful operations and 3,249 were lost in action. It was the Lancaster that spearheaded the battles for Berlin and Hamburg, as well as playing a vital role in the devastating raid upon Dresden. The Lancaster has become the symbol of the Bomber Command and as such, a symbol of the British air power during the Second World War.

No Image Available $67.00
58-08019 1:72 Vickers Wellington Mk 1C

 

No Image Available $67.00
58-12009 1:72 Handley Page Victor K.2


No Image Available $129.50
58-03050 1:72 Fouga Magister

The Bf110C was the first version of the Bf110 to be equipped with the Daimler Benz engines.  At the altitudes it had to operate at in order to protect the bombers it would prove to be increasingly vulnerable to British and later American fighter aircraft due to its lack of manoeuvrability.

No Image Available $28.00

Military Diorama

Code Description Image Price A$
58-12010 1:72 Eighth Air Force Resupply Set

Arguably the most capable of Britain’s Cold War V-Bombers, the Handley Page Victor is certainly one of the most distinctive jet bombers to ever see service.  With its high mounted T-tail and impressive crescent wing, the Victor saw service as a conventional bomber, nuclear bomber and finally as an airborne tanker aircraft, before its eventual retirement in 1993.

1:72 Eighth Air Force Resupply Set $108.00
58-05330 WWII Bomber Re-Supply set

General Montgomery famously travelled in his Humber Snip 4 X 2 Four-Seat Open Tourer, both in the North African campaigns and also those of Western Europe after the D-Day landings. This kit comes with the famous General dressed in his well known battledress and beret, along with his dedicated driver.

No Image Available $45.30