Plastic and metal toy soldiers


MiniArt 35387 British Armoured Car Crew Special Edition SCALA 1/35

MINIART

MiniArt 35387 British Armoured Car Crew Special Edition SCALA 1/35

MiniArt 35387 British Armored Car Crew Special Edition 1/35 SCALE. THE BOX CONTAINS MODELS OF FIVE FIGURES WITH WEAPONS AND EQUIPMENT. During World War II, several dozen divisions were formed as part of the British Army, and by the end of the war, approximately 2.9 million people served in its ranks. In this one of the most important armies of the Second World War, an important role was played by widely known internal combustion vehicles, including armored cars (armored vehicles). In the British Army, they were mainly light and medium vehicles intended for reconnaissance and reconnaissance. They were used by numerous infantry units and armored divisions, especially reconnaissance battalions. In the case of infantry units, they were subordinated to the Reconnaissance Corps (Recce Corps for short), formed in 1941. They dominated wheeled vehicles weighing from 3 to 10 tons and their armament was usually the Bren light machine gun or the BESA heavy machine gun . Over time, the use of 2-pounder and 6-pounder guns was also introduced. Examples of British Army armored and reconnaissance cars from 1939 to 1945 were: AEC armored car, Humber armored car or Dingo reconnaissance car.

WOODEN SHIPS


ENDEAVOR Corel: SM41 wooden assembly kit 1:60 SCALE

COREL

ENDEAVOR Corel: SM41 wooden assembly kit 1:60 SCALE

ENDEAVOR Corel assembly SM41 wooden model in 1:50 scale when on August 26, 1768 Endeavor under the command of the famous James Cook from Plymouth, there were 94 people on board including officers, scholars, crew and family. ENDEAVOR before being purchased by The British Admiralty under the name of EARL OF PEMBROKE transported coal from England to Scandinavia. the Admiralty then transformed the ship making it suitable for scientific explorations: the masts were completely replaced, the hull was covered and numerous guns on pivots were placed along the sides. The kit is made by Corel and made with quality wood well finished accessories and small parts. Naval model of medium difficulty; with construction plans in multilingual, excellent assembly kit for the naval model maker.
AMATI HUNTER Q-SHIP – WOODEN MODEL – 1450 1:60 SCALE

AMATI

AMATI HUNTER Q-SHIP – WOODEN MODEL – 1450 1:60 SCALE

HUNTER Q-SHIP Amati: AM 1450 wooden assembly kit, 1:60 scale naval model launched in the early 1900s as a cargo ship and used as a coal ship during times of peace. Supplied by the English Merchant Navy purchased by the Royal Navy due to its robustness and excellent nautical qualities suitable for navigating the North Seas. The name Q-ship derives from the Queenstown shipyard where it was modified during the war period with the addition of weapons, the Its structural conformation made it possible to hide the weapons supplied, furthermore the walls of the false case, like those of the false cabin, could be dismantled and placed in the hold through the hatch. The assembly box contains all the well-finished accessories, the wood is of high quality while the construction plans are detailed and in multilingual with many illustrated tables. It is certainly a well-maintained naval model of medium difficulty for the modeler passionate about this type of vessel.

Accessories and modeling material


Plastic aircraft kits various scales


USAAF P-40N "Battle of Imphal" - Academy 12341

ACADEMY

USAAF P-40N "Battle of Imphal" - Academy 12341

The Curtiss P-40 Warhawk is an American, single-engine, all-metal fighter aircraft in a low-wing configuration with a classic tail. The flight of the prototype took place in 1938, and serial production was carried out in 1938-1944. The last of the Hawk family of aircraft - the Curtiss P-40 Warhawk was, apart from the Republic P-47 and the North American P-51 Mustang, the most built American fighter. By the end of production in December 1944, the number of machines exceeded 15,000. Project development began in 1937, when the prototype version 75 airframe was adapted to fit the 1167 hp Allison V-1710-11 in-line engine installation. The aircraft became the first American construction capable of flying at speeds exceeding 300 mph (483 km / h). The RAF version was called the Tomahawk Mk IIA. The aircraft had self-sealing fuel tanks and two wing-mounted 7.7 mm machine guns. Tomahawk MkIIBs were equipped with American radio hardware and armed with six 7.7mm machine guns. Some American P-40s were modernized in 1941 for reconnaissance duties. They received the designation RP-40. Meanwhile, work on Hawk 81-A was underway at the Curtiss facility. The modifications included the installation of the Allison V-1710-39 engine with a capacity of 1167 KM, providing constant power up to a height of 3563 meters, adaptation for installation in the wing of four 12.7 mm and the installation of a fuselage node that could carry a bomb weighing 227 kg or throw back an additional fuel tank. The US Army ordered these machines in September 1940, assigning them the designation P-40D. Over the next three years, Curtiss made every effort to expand the possibilities of the P-40, creating several new versions of the aircraft. Despite these efforts, Warhawk's performance fell short of contemporary Allied and Axis fighters. Technical data (P-40E version): length: 9.66 m, wingspan: 11.38 m, height: 3.76 m, maximum speed: 580 km/h, rate of climb: 11 m/s, maximum range : 1100 km, practical ceiling: 8800 m, armament : fixed - 6 machine guns M2, caliber 12,7 mm, suspended - up to 900 kg load.
Italeri 2813 Hawk T Mk. I scala 1/48

ITALERI

Italeri 2813 Hawk T Mk. I scala 1/48

Italeri 2813 Hawk T Mk. I scale 1/48. Plastic kit for assembly, The British Aerospace (now BAE) Hawk is a modern British trainer jet and light fighter in a low-wing configuration. Drive is provided by a single Rolls-Royce Adour Mk 951 engine. The prototype flight took place in 1974. Over the course of serial production, which began in 1974 and continues to this day, more than 900 copies of this aircraft were produced. The T1A version is armed with a single 30 mm ADEN cannon, four AIM-9 or AIM-132 missiles and up to 680 kg of bombs. The BAE Hawk was created as a successor to the Folland Gnat as the RAF's entry-level machine for advanced training for fighter pilots. The machine turned out to be a great success: it was characterized by good performance, high reliability, but also great maneuverability. It also became one of the base aircraft of the RAF Red Arrows aerobatic team. In the course of serial production for the needs of the RAF, two basic versions of this aircraft were created. The first, which was also the first mass-produced, was designated Hawk T1. Subsequently, a version of the Hawk T1A was created, which replaced the long-standing Hawker Hunter as a light fighter. This machine was adapted to carry air weapons and an ADEN cannon was mounted on it. The BAE Hawk production license was also sold to the United States, where it entered service as the T-45 Goshawk. This version differed quite significantly from the original, for example by using different engines, different avionics and changing the dimensions of the fuselage. BAE Hawk has also found its way to many other foreign recipients, including Australia, Finland, India and Canada.
F/A-18E Super Hornet Manufactured by Revell | No. 04994 | 1:32

REVELL

F/A-18E Super Hornet Manufactured by Revell | No. 04994 | 1:32

F/A-18E Super Hornet Manufactured by Revell | No. 04994 | 1:32 The McDonnell-Douglas / Northrop F / A-18 Hornet is an airborne combat and attack aircraft capable of operating in all weather conditions. The roots of the F/A-18 go back to 1974 and the F-17 prototype, which was of interest to the US Navy command this year. The contract for the serial construction of the aircraft was concluded in 1976. In order to speed up the work, the Northrop company entered into cooperation with the McDonnell-Douglas company. As a result, on November 18, 1978, the test flight of the prototype took place, and a year later - successful landings on the aircraft carrier. Since 1982, the aircraft have been delivered to linear units with General Electric F404-GE-402 engines as propulsion units. The aircraft is produced in several versions. The first were the F-18A (fighter) and the F-18B (trainer). Foreign orders from Spain, Canada and Australia appeared rapidly. In 1987, a version of the F-18C was created, adapted for use with AMRAAM missiles. A year later, the F/A-18D two-seat version of the F-18 entered service, adapted for operation in all weather conditions, which could serve as an attack aircraft. On its basis, the reconnaissance version of the R / F-18D was created. The newer versions (the so-called Super Hornet) -F / A-18E and F / A-18F are heavily modified versions of the F / A-18D. They are characterized by an increased length of the fuselage, wingspan and their surface area. They also have new General Electric F414 engines and greatly expanded and modernized avionics. They were first presented in 1995. The EA-18G Growler electronic warfare aircraft was also created on the basis of the F-18. All versions of the F / A-18 have met the favor of pilots, are characterized by a low failure rate, ease of use and very good flight parameters. Hornets took part in the operation against Libya in 1986 and in the operation Desert Storm in 1991. Technical data (F/A-18 C version): Maximum speed: 1915 km/h, rate of climb: 254 m/s, practical ceiling 15 240 m, maximum range: 3340 km, operational range: 280-740 km, armament : fixed- Single six-barreled 20 mm M61A-1 cannon, underslung - up to 7700 kg load.

PLASTIC SHIPS KIT


TAMIYA MOGAMI JAPANESE AIRCRAFT CARRYING CRUISER – PLASTIC MODEL TO BUILD – 78021 1:350 SCALE

TAMIYA

TAMIYA MOGAMI JAPANESE AIRCRAFT CARRYING CRUISER – PLASTIC MODEL TO BUILD – 78021 1:350 SCALE

Mogami was a Japanese heavy cruiser whose keel was laid in 1931, launched in March 1934 and commissioned into the Imperial Japanese Navy in July 1935. The length of the ship was 201 m, the width 18 m and the effective displacement, after modifications, it was 13,400 tons. The maximum speed of the Mogami cruiser was about 34-35 knots. At the outbreak of World War II, the main armament was 10 203 mm guns in five twin turrets and additional armament included: 8 127 mm guns and 12 610 mm torpedo tubes. The Mogami was the first cruiser of the type to bear the same name, namely the Mogami. Cruisers of this type were originally built lightweight to meet the requirements of the Washington Disarmament Treaty of 1922. Furthermore, at the time of launch, they displaced only 9,500 tons, rather than the 10,000 tons required by this treaty for cruisers. At the same time, they had powerful artillery in the form of as many as 15 155 mm guns in five three-gun turrets! The Japanese designers, however, assumed a subsequent adaptation of this type of unit with 203 mm guns already at the design stage, which actually happened later. Being one of the first Japanese ships, welding techniques were used in their construction, but due to the lack of experience of shipyards in this field, it led to operational problems, as well as the wrong center of gravity. In the course of modernization, these defects were removed on all units of this type. The battle route of the cruiser Mogami in World War II began in December 1941 with the support of Japanese actions in the French Indochina area. At the turn of 1941/1942, Mogami continued to support and cover the Japanese landings, but already in present-day Indonesia. In February 1942, the cruiser fought in the Sunda Strait. She also took part in the Battle of Midway (June 1942), where she hit the side of the cruiser "Mikuma" while making a turn. Due to severe damage, it was headed to Japan, where the aft artillery towers were removed and the number of seaplanes carried was increased. The cruiser Mogami sank on October 25, 1944 during the Battle of Leyte Bay.
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”.
GERMAN BATTLESHIP TIRPITZ 1/350 TAMIYA

TAMIYA

GERMAN BATTLESHIP TIRPITZ 1/350 TAMIYA

GERMAN BATTLESHIP TIRPITZ 1/350 TAMIYA 717MM X 103MM The Tirpitz was a battleship of the German Kriegsmarine, second and last unit of the Bismarck Class. It was conceived, together with its twin Bismarck, to be the spearhead of the German navy. Entering service long after the outbreak of the Second World War, the ship participated in very few war actions, spending most of its life hiding in the Norwegian fjords from Allied attacks; in fact it had the function of "fleet in being", that is, that of keeping a large quantity of enemy forces occupied due to its potential danger. After the sinking of her sister ship Bismarck, she was nicknamed "The Lonely Queen of the North" (Den ensomme Nordens Dronning) by the Norwegians[2]

SPACE KIT - TV SERIES


Revell 06054 X-Wing Fighter + TIE Fighter Collector Set Level 3

REVELL

Revell 06054 X-Wing Fighter + TIE Fighter Collector Set Level 3

Revell 06054 X-Wing Fighter + TIE Fighter Collector Set Level 3. X-Wing Fighter 1/57 Scale + TIE Fighter 1/65 Scale. TIE fighter (TIE stands for Twin Ion Engine) is a space fighter from the Star Wars universe that first appeared on the cinema screen in the 1977 film "Star Wars" (Episode IV) and was subsequently appeared in many other parts of the space saga. The basic version of the TIE fighter is assumed to have been approximately 6.3 meters long, approximately 6.4 meters wide and approximately 7.6 meters high. Of course, these are only indicative data. Drive was provided by a Sienar P-s4 dual ion engine and its armament consisted of two Sienar L-s1 laser cannons. The TIE Fighter has served as the Galactic Empire's primary fighter at many times, with Sienar Fleet Systems as its primary manufacturer. At the time of entry into service, machines of this type were characterized by low construction costs and a very simple structure. For example, they had no force shields and their pilots had to carry special oxygen containers with them. At the same time, however, the TIE Fighter had a clear advantage in maneuverability and speed over enemy fighters, especially the Y-Wing or Z-95. However, it did not match the performance of the machine popularly known as the X-Wing, the Incom T-65 machine. It was also much less durable, which caused significant casualties among the pilots who flew it. The X-wing (also known as Incom T-65) is a space fighter in the Star Wars universe, which fights in the ranks of the Rebellion. He first appeared on the screen in the film "Star Wars: A New Hope" (part I or IV of the saga). Standard armament consists of four laser cannons on the wingtips and two proton torpedo launchers. The length of the vehicle is 12.5 meters. Drive is provided by four ion engines. The X-Wing also has maneuvering and stabilization engines. The X-wing was designed and largely produced at Incom as a far-reaching development of the Z-95 fighters. It is worth noting that pilots of this type of fighter could almost always count on the help of astromech droids R2 and R4 in combat missions. Fighters of this type formed the backbone of the Rebel forces during the Battle of Yavin (year O BBY), and it was this type of fighter that was piloted by Luke Skywalker during the attack on the Death Star during that battle. The X-Wing fighters also performed very well during the Battle of Endor (Year 4 ABY).

Electric and petrol radio-controlled cars


TAMIYA 58606 TT02 ALFA ROMEO 155 V6 TI Martini SCALA 1/10

TAMIYA

TAMIYA 58606 TT02 ALFA ROMEO 155 V6 TI Martini SCALA 1/10

TAMIYA 58606 TT02 ALFA ROMEO 155 V6 TI Martini 1/10 SCALE. This R/C model build kit recreates the sleek Martini-sponsored Alfa Romeo 155 V6 TI, which featured a 2.5-liter V6 engine producing over 450 horsepower mounted at the front and mated to a 6-speed semi-automatic gearbox. A hi-tech flavor was added by electronically controlled front, center and rear differentials, traction control and ABS. It remained in contention for the prestigious 1996 international touring car title until the final race. The model cleverly captures the shape of the car, with the large front bumper spoiler and protruding front/rear fenders. Stickers are included in the kit to recreate the unmistakable livery of the car. TT-02: 4WD with central shaft drive The TT-02 4WD shaft-driven chassis uses a longitudinal layout with the battery on the left and the motor on the right, to give excellent stability. Additionally, it features identical left and right suspension arms and struts for easy assembly, as well as easy-to-service gearboxes. It is a highly adaptable chassis, as it offers 2 different wheelbases, 2 ride height settings and 2 tread settings as well as a range of 10 possible gear ratios. It's not short on looks either, with brake disc-shaped wheel hubs and stylish front bumper supports. TECHNICAL FEATURES: • 1/10 scale R/C model assembly kit. Length: 444mm, Width: 185mm, Height: 125mm. Wheelbase: 257 mm. • Features a 1.0mm thick polycarbonate body. • Disc wheels are molded from white ABS plastic and paired with treaded tires. • Window paint masking stickers and stickers for use in the painting process included. The TT-02 chassis is a highly versatile shaft-driven 4WD unit, based on a durable tub. • 4-wheel independent double wishbone suspension has the same arm and strut parts for easy maintenance. • A wide range of optional Hop-Up parts are available to customize your frame. • Includes a brushed 540 type motor. • Requires: 2-channel radio, ESC, steering servo, 7.2-7.4 volt battery and compatible charger, and Tamiya PS polycarbonate paint
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.

GUNPLA


BANDAI 5063056 STRIKE FREEDOM GUNDAM PERFECT GRADE SCALA 1:60

BANDAI

BANDAI 5063056 STRIKE FREEDOM GUNDAM PERFECT GRADE SCALA 1:60

BANDAI 5063056 STRIKE FREEDOM GUNDAM PERFECT GRADE 1:60 SCALE. Perfect Grade version of the Strike Freedom Gundam, one of the mobile suits protagonists of the Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny animated series. The package includes various accessories, including an LED unit. This is a self-assembly model. No glue needed. The components are pre-colored. We recommend using modeling cutters to properly detach the pieces from the frames.
BANDAI SDW HEROES ZHAO YUN 00 GUNDAM COMMAND PACKAGE - 5063708 SD

BANDAI

BANDAI SDW HEROES ZHAO YUN 00 GUNDAM COMMAND PACKAGE - 5063708 SD

SDW Heroes Zhao Yun 00 Gundam Command Package Gundam is a Japanese animated franchise created by Yoshiyuki Tomino and Hajime Yatate for the Sunrise studio in 1979. The series is set in the near future where humanity has begun to colonize space and is centered on anthropomorphic combat robots with a human pilot, called mobile suits. It is part of the mecha genre of science fiction, in which it introduced a sense of realism in the narrative and in the treatment of mobile suits as combat weapons which gave rise to the subgenre of real robots in Japan. The franchise began in 1979 with the anime television series Mobile Suit Gundam and after a quiet start it experienced unexpected success in the first half of the 1980s, which will accompany it from then on; thus the franchise has expanded to contain around thirty television series, films, OVAs and ONAs, as well as dozens of manga, light novels, novels and video games. Gundam also relies on a vast and lucrative merchandising, which is dominated by plastic models of mobile suits, the so-called Gunpla, and which constitutes the most profitable brand of the manufacturing company Bandai. Gundam is considered a series of fundamental importance in the panorama of Japanese animation. However, its relevance is manifested above all in the social and cultural sphere, through a tangible presence in the daily life and mass culture of Japan, given by advertising campaigns, quotes, exhibitions and influences in the scientific and technological fields.

TRAINS


Marklin 37807 - Diesel locomotive class V 200.0

MARKLIN

Marklin 37807 - Diesel locomotive class V 200.0

Marklin 37807 - Diesel Locomotive Class V 200.0 Prototype: Heavy diesel-hydraulic locomotive class 220 (V 200.0) of the German Federal Railroad (DB) in the color ocean blue/ivory. Service number 220 023-6. Operating condition as of February 1975. With mid-engine. All four axles driven by engine. Cockpit lighting. Machinery compartment lighting. Reproduction of the machinery compartment. Digital mfx+ decoder. Model: With mfx+ Digital Decoder and extensive sound features. Motorization with high performance regulation incorporated centrally. 4 motor-driven axles. Grip hoops. Triple headlight and 2 red tail lights, switched depending on the direction of travel, in conventional operation, digitally switchable. Headlights on locomotive headers 2 and 1 can each be deactivated separately digitally. When the headlight at both ends of the locomotive is deactivated, the double-A headlight functions on both sides. Driver's cab lighting switched depending on the direction of travel, digitally switchable. Illumination with maintenance-free warm white and red light emitting diodes (LEDs). Reproduction of the driving cabs and machinery compartment. Metal handrails applied laterally and frontally. Replaceable hooks with closed front fairings. Figure of the driver in the driver's cab 1. Length over the buffers 21.0 cm. Series that will not be repeated. A suitable package of passenger train carriages is offered under catalog number 43917 exclusively for MHI.

MACHINE KITS


Testors 430020 Dodge Viper RT/10 | Scala: 1:43

TESTORS

Testors 430020 Dodge Viper RT/10 | Scala: 1:43

La Dodge Viper è un'autovettura sportiva americana presentata per la prima volta al pubblico nel 1991. La sua produzione in serie è avvenuta nel 1991-2017. L'auto era alimentata - a seconda della versione - da uno dei tre motori con una cilindrata da 8,0 a 8,4 litri e una potenza massima da 400 a 645 CV. La produzione è avvenuta negli Stati Uniti nell'area metropolitana di Detroit, nel Michigan.

Il modello Viper è stato sviluppato e messo in produzione dalla casa automobilistica Chrysler Corporation, proprietaria del marchio Dodge. L'auto è stata creata come modello completamente nuovo nell'offerta Dodge e non ha avuto il suo successore diretto. Fin dall'inizio, si pensava che sarebbe stata una tipica auto sportiva con motori potenti, che sarebbe considerata una "tipica macchina americana". In totale, sono state create cinque generazioni di questa vettura - vale la pena aggiungere che la prima e la seconda generazione sono state assemblate a mano da operai, il che ha avuto un ottimo effetto sulla qualità della lavorazione e sulla solidità dell'intera struttura. Il modello SRT10 Coupé ha accelerato da 0 a 100 km / h in 3,8 secondi e la sua velocità massima ha superato i 320 km / h. Il motore ha generato una potenza massima di 600 HP. Il consumo medio di carburante per 100 km è stato di circa 19-20 litri.