WOODEN SHIPS


FLYING FISH 1860 by COREL (SM19)

COREL

FLYING FISH 1860 by COREL (SM19)

Designed by noted shipbuilder Jeremiah Burham, Flying Fish was launched in 1860 at Essex, Massachusetts. For over 20 years it remained the most representative hull of the Market Schooner category and was sampled by many shipbuilders of the time. Thanks to the particular construction characteristics and its vast sail, the Flying Fish was one of the fastest boats in the Gloucester fishing fleet; these qualities of his allowed him to transport, in record time, the catch from the famous Banks to the market ports, with evident greater possibilities of sale and profit. The arrangement of the deck accessories, as well as the coloring which respected a precise tradition, always remained rigorously unchanged
Dutch gunboat N2 Mantua Model: wooden assembly kit art 797 1:43 scale L.760mm

MANTUA MODEL

Dutch gunboat N2 Mantua Model: wooden assembly kit art 797 1:43 scale L.760mm

Dutch gunboat Mantua Model wooden assembly kit art 797 represents a famous gunboat of the Dutch Navy that took part in the bombing of Antwerp against the Belgian insurgents. Since Captain G. Van Speyk did not want to surrender, he blew up his ship with all its crew on 5 February 1831. After that event some similar ships were placed to guard the River Sheldt by the Royal Belgian Navy. The assembly box contains: wooden planking and rods, wooden and brass accessories. All laser cut wooden parts, accessories and small parts of excellent quality while the construction plans are detailed in multilingual with different illustrations.
KEEL CLAMPS MORSA ROTANTE AMATI

AMATI

KEEL CLAMPS MORSA ROTANTE AMATI

This special rotating ladder blocks and supports the models during the assembly, painting and finishing phases. The mobile clamps slide on the aluminum bar and, by rotating, allow the models to be locked in the most varied positions. The bar, also fully rotating and tiltable on all sides, will allow access to all parts of the model. The metal base can be fixed to the work table with two clamps included in the package, or positioned firmly with four screws. Bar length cm. 40. Includes clamps for fixing.
USS Constitution Mantua Model: wooden assembly kit art 779 1:98 scale L.960mm.

MANTUA MODEL

USS Constitution Mantua Model: wooden assembly kit art 779 1:98 scale L.960mm.

USS Constitution Mantua Model, wooden assembly kit art 779 perfect reproduction of the most famous American ship nicknamed Old Iron Sides. She was launched on 21 October 1797 in Boston with a very long launch, which began on 20 September. Currently on display in Boston Harbor, the hull is clad in walnut but can be covered with copper plates. Bow friezes, transom and small gardens cast in metal, anchors, cannons and metal accessories. Assembly box is made with quality wood, well-finished accessories and small parts; furthermore the naval model is of medium difficulty with multilingual construction plans. In conclusion it is an excellent assembly kit for the naval modeller to spend some relaxing hours with.

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Plastic aircraft kits various scales


A-6A Intruder by Hobby Boss 81708

HOBBYBOSS

A-6A Intruder by Hobby Boss 81708

The Grumman A-6 Intruder was an American airborne attack aircraft of the Cold War and modern times. The flight of the aircraft took place in 1960, and the machine entered service in 1963. In total, about 690 aircraft of this type were built. In the A-6E version, traction was provided by two Pratt and Whitney J-52-P8B engines, each with a thrust of 41 kN. The machine did not have permanent armament on board. However, it could carry a load of bombs and rockets with a total weight of up to 8,200 kg.
AIRFIX DE HAVILLAND TIGER MOTH - A04104 SCALA 1:48

AIRFIX

AIRFIX DE HAVILLAND TIGER MOTH - A04104 SCALA 1:48

Classic Plane Kit A04104 - de Havilland DH82a Tiger Moth (1:48) Glue-on airplane model. Size: 1:48; 15.2 centimetres. The package contains: 91 pieces to glue. About the model: Although the classic Havilland Tiger Moth must be considered one of the most important aircraft in British aviation history, it rarely receives the public recognition it deserves, and usually remains in the shadow of more dazzling models such as the Supermarine Spitfire or the Mosquito by de Anche Havilland. Yet without thousands of Tiger Moths to prepare endless hordes of pilots for military and civilian service, Britain and its Commonwealth would be in real trouble during World War II. Most pilots who switched to different types of Allied aircraft during the war learned their trade on this classic training machine. The DH.82 Tiger Moth, which followed a successful line of biplanes, first took off in October 1931. It was the result of the company founder's desire to create an aircraft that surpassed its predecessors and at the same time was quite attractive to attract different aviation sectors. Proof of the success of this plan was the immediate order from the RAF, which saw the new machine as an ideal candidate for the primary training platform for novice pilots preparing to fly the latest front-line aircraft. This first order was relatively modest, but was followed by many others, so when Europe entered the war in 1939, the British Royal Air Force already had 500 Tiger Moths. Many other machines were then owned by aeronautical clubs throughout the country, many of which were also forced into military service because it was necessary to train as many pilots as possible. As their reputation grew, so did numerous orders from overseas, requiring de Havilland's production lines to be completely rotated to deliver this amazing aircraft. From the novice pilot's perspective, the Tiger Moth was a relatively stable aircraft to fly, which was forgiving of occasional errors, but also had some control deficiencies. It has been commonly described as an "aircraft that is easy to fly but difficult to fly well", making it an ideal primary/basic tool for training large numbers of pilots preparing to go to war. As Britain prepared for the impending invasion in the early summer of 1940, it was expected that even the moderate Tiger Moth might show its more aggressive face and support the Spitfire and Hurricane pilots it had previously trained. 'Operation Banquet' involved the summoning of all available aircraft to defend the British coast, which would attack potential intruders with all available means. This would mean providing offensive capabilities to even the least likely aircraft and equipping them with bomb bays. If the Germans had indeed attempted an invasion at that time, there was a good chance that enemy troops on the ground would have buried swarms of bomb-laden Tiger Moths, as Britain was prepared to use all its forces to prevent an invasion. such a bold incursion from the mainland across the strait. Fortunately, with the great help of this excellent pilot teacher and the determination of the British Royal Air Force, the Germans' plan was postponed indefinitely because the Luftwaffe failed to achieve the desired victory in the air battle for Britain. Many Tiger Moths have survived to this day in flying condition and it is admirable that this famous basic training aircraft still performs the same mission as it did in the 1930s when it was first put into service. The great Tiger Moth thus offers aspiring pilots of historic aircraft the opportunity to gain valuable flying experience in a rammed-engine machine before eventually moving on to Spitfires and Mustangs, with which they enthrall crowds of spectators at air shows around the world. world. Model details: Scale: 1:48 Number of parts: 91 Length: 152 mm Width: 184 mm Difficulty: 3 Body flight hours: 2 Recommended for children from 8 years. Warning: Choking Hazard! The product contains small parts. NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN UNDER 3 YEARS!
AIRFIX AVRO LANCASTER B.III - PLASTIC MODEL TO BUILD - A08013A - 1:72 SCALE

AIRFIX

AIRFIX AVRO LANCASTER B.III - PLASTIC MODEL TO BUILD - A08013A - 1:72 SCALE

Classic Plane Kit A08013A - Avro Lancaster B.III (1:72) Glue-on aircraft model. Size: 1:72; 29.4 cm. The package contains: 236 pieces to glue. About the original: The Avro Lancaster, the third British heavy four-engined aircraft, which entered service with the RAF during the Second World War, proved to be a truly exceptional aircraft. It had, among other things, a very spacious air raid shelter, thanks to which it transported even the largest bombs that existed at the time. At least thirty-five Lancasters managed to complete a staggering 100 or more missions. For this reason, historians and aircraft enthusiasts like to nickname them "Lancaster Centurions" and thus designate an exclusive group of extremely persistent and meritorious bombers. Model details: Scale: 1:72 Number of parts: 236 Length: 294 mm Wingspan: 432 mm Difficulty: 3 Point flight times: 3 Recommended for children from 8 years. Warning: Choking Hazard! The product contains small parts. NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN UNDER 3 YEARS!
ITALERI MACCHI C.200 PLASTIC PLANE TO BE BUILT – 2767 1:48 SCALE

ITALERI

ITALERI MACCHI C.200 PLASTIC PLANE TO BE BUILT – 2767 1:48 SCALE

The Macchi MC 200, designed by the famous engineer Mario Castoldi, represented a significant evolution in the production of Italian fighter aircraft. Compared to the Fiat CR 32 and Fiat CR 42 biplanes which still constituted the backbone of the Italian fighter units at the beginning of the Second World War, the Macchi MC 200 was characterized, together with its contemporary Fiat G50, by a monoplane configuration and for the entirely metal structure. The Fiat A.74 RC 38 double star 14-cylinder radial engine could deliver a power of 840 horsepower and make the Macchi Mc 200 reach 500 km/h. However, compared to the corresponding Allied fighters, the Macchi Mc 200 was not very powerful and, above all, poorly armed. The armament consisted of only two 12.7 mm Breda-SAFAT machine guns mounted above the characteristic ashlar cowling of the engine. In the latest versions, two 7.7 mm Breda-SAFAT machine guns were added in the wings. It was used by the Regia Aeronautica on the main fronts of the Second World War in Africa, the Mediterranean, the Balkans and Russia.

PLASTIC SHIPS KIT


TAMIYA US AIRCRAFT CARRIER CVN-65 ENTERPRISE – PLASTIC MODEL TO BUILD 78007 SCALE 1:350

TAMIYA

TAMIYA US AIRCRAFT CARRIER CVN-65 ENTERPRISE – PLASTIC MODEL TO BUILD 78007 SCALE 1:350

USS Enterprise (CVN-65) was an American nuclear-powered aircraft carrier. The keel of this unit was laid in 1958, the launching took place in September 1960 and the commissioning to the US Navy took place in 1961. The total length of the ship was 342 meters, the overall width was 78.4 meters and the her total displacement was approximately 93,000 tons. The maximum speed was up to 33 knots. The on-board armament included, among others: three Sea Sparrow rocket launchers and three 20 mm Vulcan Phalanx CIWS sets. Two launchers for the RIM-116 missile were also later added. The aircraft carrier could carry up to 90 aircraft on board, but normally operated 60-70 planes and helicopters. USS Enterprise (CVN-65, commonly known as Big "E") was the first and only ship of her type. Very high construction costs, well above the original assumption, led to the cancellation of five planned units of this type. The USS Enterprise, however, was unique not only because of this, but also because it was the first nuclear-powered aircraft carrier in history to have up to eight nuclear reactors on board! The unit received very modern electronic equipment for those times in the form of SCANFAR radar. USS Enterprise (CVN-65), shortly after its entry into service, took part in the maritime blockade of Cuba in 1962. Two years later, it operated in the Mediterranean. The unit also took an active part in the Vietnam War (1964/1965-1975), fighting in it from the beginning. In 1969, a tragic accident occurred on the aircraft carrier, the self-ignition of one of the missiles, killing 28 people and injuring 334. In 1986, USS Enterprise became the first nuclear aircraft carrier to pass through the Suez Canal. Shortly thereafter, aircraft aboard the carrier bombed targets in Libya. The unit was decommissioned in 2012.
Italeri 5623 M.T.M. Barchino with crew SCALA 1:35

ITALERI

Italeri 5623 M.T.M. Barchino with crew SCALA 1:35

Italeri 5623 MTM Barchino with crew 1:35 SCALE. The Royal Italian Navy, thanks to the successes achieved during the First World War, developed various underwater and surface assault vehicles. The Modified Touring Motorboat (MTM) was designed to ensure a rapid approach to the target to be struck and not easily identifiable by enemy forces. Once the approach was completed and the target was close, the pilot blocked the rudder to stay on course and launched the small boat at high speed against it. The pilot, positioned at the stern, ejected from the punt at a safe distance, before the collision. The high explosive charge positioned at the bow of the Barchino detonated upon impact with the target. We can remember the sinking, by the assault group commanded by Luigi Faggioni, of the British Royal Navy heavy cruiser HMS York at Suda in March 1941, as the most successful action of the Italian Royal Navy in the use of the “Punt”.
YAMATO JAPANESE BATTLESHIP TAMIYA 1:350

TAMIYA

YAMATO JAPANESE BATTLESHIP TAMIYA 1:350

YAMATO JAPANESE BATTLESHIP TAMIYA 1:350The Yamato (大和) was a battleship of the Imperial Japanese Navy. Together with her equal Musashi class she was the largest battleship ever built, with a displacement of 72,810 tons and main armament consisting of 9 460 mm guns. Yamato took part in the Battle of Midway and the Battle of the Philippine Sea without directly taking part in the fighting. In 1945 she was sent on a suicide mission (Operation Ten-Go) against the American fleet in a desperate attempt to defend Okinawa. She was sunk before reaching the island by an American air attack on April 7, 1945.

SPACE KIT - TV SERIES


BANDAI ATM-09-ST SCOOPEDOG – 5065700 HG

BANDAI

BANDAI ATM-09-ST SCOOPEDOG – 5065700 HG

From "Armored Trooper Votoms", which celebrated its 40th anniversary since the anime began airing on television, the long-awaited HG version of Scope Dog comes with a wide range of moving gimmicks! "Roller dash" can be played thanks to the range of movements of the main body and the articulation mechanism of various leg parts. Equipped with movable legs to reproduce the landing mechanism in HG format. You can enjoy the display with Scope Dog's unique signature poses. For some parts we adopt wall thickness molding. The mold on the back side is reproduced with only one part, and by reducing the number of parts, it is easy to assemble and has a solid appearance. The turret lens can slide left and right and rotate. Combined with the moving head, it produces a variety of expressions. The lens color uses a 3D metal seal. The soles of the feet feature details such as scroll wheels and rotation lock picks. The "arm punch" can be reproduced thanks to the extension gimmick mounted inside the forearm. A heavy machine gun and various hand parts are included.
Galaxy Express 999 Another Story Ultimate Journey' Space Pirate Battleship Arcadia Third Ship - Hasegawa 64802

HASEGAWA

Galaxy Express 999 Another Story Ultimate Journey' Space Pirate Battleship Arcadia Third Ship - Hasegawa 64802

Length: 226.5mm Width: 100mm Maetel's acrylic stand is included! 1/2500 scale Arcadia of Ultimate Journey version package appeared. Maetel's acrylic stands uses the cover illustration of Volume 3 of the comic. No glue is required to assemble Arcadia. The four parts colors of green, brown, white, and black make it easy for beginners to assemble. Bow skull parts set "6 teeth". The triple pulsar cannon can rotate the turret and move the barrel up and down, and the space buster (rapid gun) can move up and down. Knife-shaped ram parts (replaceable) on the bow and a stand for display are included. The package uses the original illustration. Arcadia is a fictional spaceship (space warship) developed by engineer Tochiro Oyama shortly before his death and given to Captain Harlock. It is also assumed that the ship's creator managed to convert his consciousness into the ship's main computer before his death, making Arcadia a part of a cyborg of gigantic proportions. The length of the ship is about 400m, 290m wide and about 160m high! Furthermore, the unit has very modern electronic equipment and has - inevitably - a lot of autonomy. Only about 40 crew are needed for this huge ship. Arcadia is also assumed to have powerful armor and weapons consisting of pulsars, vibrations, gravity guns and torpedo launchers. Battleship Arcadia is part of the "Captain Harlock" comic and manga universe created by Japanese cartoonist Leiji Matsumoto.

Electric and petrol radio-controlled cars


Kyosho Inferno NEO 3.0 Burst READYSET ORANGE – K.33012T3

KYOSHO

Kyosho Inferno NEO 3.0 Burst READYSET ORANGE – K.33012T3

Kyosho Inferno NEO 3.0 READYSET New Livery 2020 Orange - K.33012T3 Ready to race straight away, just add the mixture and the batteries and let this buggy take you! With 8 world titles won, the '"Kyosho Inferno" is proud to be KYOSHO's flagship model. Engineered with 'Inferno' DNA the NEO 3.0 is ready to race right out of the box, bringing the glorious performance potential of the Inferno within everyone's reach. Whilst excelling on racing circuits, the NEO 3.0 also takes on rough terrain, with the user-friendly KE21SP engine with pull start and Big Bore Shocks along with the almighty KC Cross tyres, offering an optimal balance of performance and ride stability on any surface. Based on the competition chassis, the NEO 3.0 promises exceptional reliability and durability as well as a wide range of adjustments and customized performance upgrades through the wide range of optional parts available for the MP7.5 series. Experiencing the thrill of off-road motorized off-road racing made easy with Inferno NEO 3.0! Features: ● Ready to use, just add the mixture and the batteries ● Equipped with wishbone suspension on all four wheels. ● Universal joint drive shafts are standard on the front of the transmission and minimize drive loss and improve crashworthiness. ● The 3 differentials ensure that optimum drive force is distributed to all four wheels. ● Dual disc brakes provide the stopping power needed for a big race machine. ● The sealed box protects the battery and receiver from shocks, sand and dust. Specifications : ■ Length 469mm ■ Width 307mm ■ Height 189mm ■ Wheelbase 325.5mm ■ Tread (F / R) 258mm / 261mm ■ Tire (F / R) φ116 × 44mm / φ116 × 44mm ■ Gear Ratio 11.56 : 1 ■ Weight 3,400 g (approx.) ■ KE21SP motor ■ 2.4GHz Syncro KT-231P transmitter + Package contents : ● Factory assembled chassis complete with control wiring ● Finished body complete with printed color scheme ● Syncro KT-231P transmitter + 2.4GHz ● 1.5,2.0,2.5,3.0mm L-shaped hex wrenches ● Cross wrench ● 17mm wheel wrench Required for operation : ● Suitable blend ● 8 batteries size AA alkaline for transmitter and receiver ● Engine starting tools ( spark plug lighter )
Super Storm Dragon 2WD 1:10 Kit Tamiya 47438

TAMIYA

Super Storm Dragon 2WD 1:10 Kit Tamiya 47438

This R/C model assembly kit creates a buggy inspired by the vehicle featured in a 1980s Japanese R/C comic. The body was sold in 1989 as a spare part set, but this is the first time it has been made available in a kit with a chassis. It is based on the proven rear-wheel drive chassis used by the legendary Hornet. Pre-cut and pre-painted white, the application of stickers is sufficient to finish the bodywork. The driver figure can be painted in any style you like. Sturdy and fun frame The model's light and strong frame is based on a bathtub-type frame. It features front swing axle suspension with friction shock absorbers, while the rear is cushioned by a rigid, rotating axle and oil filled shock absorbers for excellent shock absorption. The differential is enclosed in a sealed gearbox to ensure that dust and dirt stay out, allowing it to continue to deliver smooth cornering. The three-piece wheels give the car an authentic buggy look, with grooved front tires and rear spiked tires providing excellent on- and off-road performance. Specifications ★ Length: 410 mm, Width: 130 mm, Height: 230 mm ★ Wheelbase: 251 mm ★ Ground clearance: 16 mm ★ Tread: 172 mm (front), 185 mm (rear) ★ Tire width / diameter: 21/ 73mm (Front), 49/86mm (Rear) ★ Rear Wheel Drive ★ 3 Bevel Differential ★ 2 Piece Tie Rod ★ Suspension: Front & Rear Rolling Rigid Swing Axle ★ Gear Ratio = 8.2:1 ★ Engine Type 540 ★ Electronic Cruise Control (ESC) is sold separately. Items Required Separately ★ 2-Channel R/C System with ESC ★ R6/AA/UM3 Batteries for Transmitter ★ Battery Pack and Charger
HSP Octane PRO 1/10 2.4 GHz Brushless Monster Truck, Orange

HSP

HSP Octane PRO 1/10 2.4 GHz Brushless Monster Truck, Orange

HSP Octane Monster Truck The HSP Octane is a powerful 1/10 scale RC monster truck designed for high-speed hitting and stunt action. With its sturdy and durable frame, the Octane is built to withstand the toughest challenges. The vehicle is powered by a powerful 3300KV brushless motor and a waterproof 60A ESC, providing the truck with lightning-fast acceleration and tremendous speed. The Octane's rugged suspension system features adjustable oil-filled shock absorbers, giving it superior handling and shock absorption. The truck's wheels and tires are also designed for maximum performance, with aggressive treads and high-grip rubber providing excellent traction on any surface. The Octane's bodywork is finished in an eye-catching paint job that will stand out on the track or in the garden. The RTR version features a 2.4GHz radio system, allowing for precise control and an impressive range of up to 110 meters. Also includes a durable 15kg servo for great steering response. Beginner Mode: Limits maximum acceleration to 50%. Press and hold the CH4 button while turning on the transmitter to turn it on/off. Features Good looking painted PC monster truck body. Splash-proof electronics and 2.4GHz 4-channel G4P FS radio with fail-safe. 3300KV brushless motor, 60A ESC and 15kg servo. Durable frame design with transmission and electronics covers and easy disassembly. Equipped with ball bearings, adjustable front and rear connecting rods and metal gear differentials. 5.8mm aluminum center drive shaft, slipper clutch with dust cover. Double pulley rear anti-wheelie bar. Oil filled adjustable metal shock absorbers with ball end caps. 85mm wheels with 130mm off-road tyres. The RTR set contains: Complete model assembled ready for use 2.4 GHz RC transmitter Equipment required: 4xAA transmitter batteries, 7.4 V LiPo main battery with corresponding charger.
TT-02R Chassis Kit - 1:10 Scale 4WD - Manufactured by Tamiya Item:47326

TAMIYA

TT-02R Chassis Kit - 1:10 Scale 4WD - Manufactured by Tamiya Item:47326

1:10 scale variant of the efficient 4WD TT-02 chassis includes a range of optional parts, allowing you to compete at the front of the race! Including C-pillars, an aluminum engine mount and more! The following are required for completion: - Transmitter - Receiver - Electronic Regulator - Type 540 Motor - Servo - 7.2V Battery - 7.2V Battery Charger Product Specifications: Scale: 1:10 Transmission: 4WD Length: 376mm Width: 182 mm Wheelbase: 257 mm Wheels (Width/Diameter): 24/64 mm.
Thor - Monster (Brushless) 4wd - scala 1:10 by VRX racing (Mega BLX10)

VRX RACING

Thor - Monster (Brushless) 4wd - scala 1:10 by VRX racing (Mega BLX10)

The THOR Mega Truck is the new and innovative model that gives a twist to the 1/10 electric off-road line. An evolution in terms of robustness and mechanical reliability thanks to its new METAL FRAME. The MEGA TRUCK THOR is an ideal professional model for those who want and/or are curious to try a new and decidedly high-performance car, equipped with a powerful 3300 kV 3650 brushless motor. This is an innovative and practical electric motor, as it allows a considerable reduction in maintenance, with practically zero wear compared to that of a normal brushed motor. The engine is managed by an efficient 50A HOBBYWING ESC (Electronic Speed Control), equipped with a cooling fan and adjustable via program card (not included). The model is supplied in the RTR version, with absolutely superior standard equipment: 2-cell lipo battery (7.4V), 3300 mAh capacity; 2S and 3S lipo battery charger with cell balancer; 2.4 GHz receiving system with integrated Fail Safe, which ensures the immediate shutdown of the model in the event of loss of contact between the radio and the receiver; 2.4 GHz radio (no more interference with other model makers!!!) handwheel with proportional system. The model is entirely mounted with ball bearings, on an innovative tub frame, protected front and rear by bumpers that absorb even the most violent impacts, with four Big Bored type shock absorbers (adjustable with oil), assembled on longer arms, which allow a greater excursion capable of "copying" even the most uneven terrains. The integral transmission, with four driving wheels, is a cardan shaft, while an adjustable flexible coupling is present on the crown, which not only balances the movement of the mechanical parts but completely attenuates the tears, avoiding breakages. The front and rear wheels have non-standard dimensions and are mounted on 12 mm drivers (a size that allows the use of various types of wheels and brands). Last but not least, there is the ability to record toe, camber and ride height at the front, while camber and ride height can be recorded at the rear.

GUNPLA


TRAINS


Trix 24225 Scala H0 Carro cisterna Zacns della Ermewa S.A.S., epoca VI

TRIX

Trix 24225 Scala H0 Carro cisterna Zacns della Ermewa S.A.S., epoca VI

H0 T24225 Carro cisterna Zacns.
Prototipo: Carro cisterna a carrelli di tipo costruttivo Zacns con una capacità di riempimento di 95 m³. Carro privato della società Ermewa S.A.S., registrato in Céchia. Colorazione di base grigio grafite. Condizioni di esercizio a partire dal 2015.
Modello: Carrelli della moderna forma costruttiva Y25Lsd1 con ceppi dei freni doppi. Con piattaforma del frenatore ed accesso dalle testate. Tiranterie dei freni, tubi di svuotamento, coperchio del duomo, barre di protezione e numerose altre maniglie di sollevamento e di appiglio applicate separatamente. Barre di protezione di metallo. Lunghezza ai respingenti circa 19,6 cm.

Asse con ruote per corrente alternata E700150.

Un ulteriore carro cisterna con un diverso numero di servizio potete trovarlo nell'assortimento Märklin H0 sotto il numero di Catalgo 47547 con l'avvertenza sui necessari assi con ruote sostitutivi.

MACHINE KITS


FIAT BARCHETTA FUJIMI 1:24

FUJIMI

FIAT BARCHETTA FUJIMI 1:24

FIAT BARCHETTA FUJIMI 1:24 SCALE The design of the Barchetta (which enthusiasts often write in lower case, as it is written on the glove compartment) was born in 1994 by a Greek designer, Andreas Zapatinas who made his first sketches in 1990 taking inspiration from the Ferrari 166 MM and who remained at the head of the project until 1993; after this assignment, Zapatinas was appointed director of the Alfa Romeo Style Center. The interior was created starting from the first concepts by Peter Davis[2] and Giuseppe Bertolusso. Alessandro Cavazza then replaced Zapatinas as the project's style manager and brought the car into production. The code name of the project is 183. There were two competing projects for the Barchetta. They were indicated with the names of two pizzas: the Marinara from which the definitive shape of the Fiat Barchetta emerged, and the Diavola, a reinterpretation of Chris Bangle's design for the Fiat Coupé.