KYOSHO Jeep Rubicon nera MINI-Z 4X4  Ready Set  Elettric powered 4wd  Crawler scala 1:24 32526GM

KYOSHO

KYOSHO Jeep Rubicon nera MINI-Z 4X4 Ready Set Elettric powered 4wd Crawler scala 1:24 32526GM

KYOSHO Jeep Rubicon black MINI-Z 4X4 Ready Set Electric powered 4wd Crawler 1:24 scale 32526GM ● Complete chassis with built-in electronics. ●Factory painted body complete with many fine details ●KT-531P 2.4GHz transmitter ●Procket gear set(10T、12T、14T、16T、18T、20T) ●3 types of pinion spacers Required for operation (not included in the package) : ●4 AAA size alkaline batteries per chassis. ●4 AAA alkaline batteries per transmitter.
AK STANDARD REAL COLORS BLUE- RC011 10ML

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AK STANDARD REAL COLORS BLUE- RC011 10ML

AK STANDARD REAL COLORS BLUE- RC011 10ML High quality acrylic paint from the Real Colors series by AK Interactive, Flat Varnish in a 10ml can. Made from an improved chemical formula compared to other brands on the market, it can be sprayed with an airbrush, adheres perfectly to the surface and dries to a soft finish. The Real Colors line is made up of 114 colors that accurately represent all the tones and shades of real colors. It can be diluted with the specific AK-Interactive thinner, the 200ml High Compatibility Thinner, code RC701 or in a 400ml jar, code RC702. Thinners from other manufacturers intended for acrylic (non-vinyl) paints, alcohol or water can also be used. Professional high quality paint *high compatibility and durability *keep paint out of direct sunlight *colors adjusted spectrum graphicality to mirror reality *Keep out of reach of children *Store lightly closed
AK RC066 WWII REAL COLORS ROT (ROTBRAUN) – RED (RED BROWN) RAL 8013

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AK RC066 WWII REAL COLORS ROT (ROTBRAUN) – RED (RED BROWN) RAL 8013

AK RC066 WWII REAL COLORS ROT (ROTBRAUN) – RED (RED BROWN) RAL 8013 High quality acrylic paint from the Real Colors series by AK Interactive, Flat Varnish in 10ml can. Made from an improved chemical formula compared to other brands on the market, it can be sprayed with an airbrush, adheres perfectly to the surface and dries to a soft finish. The Real Colors line is made up of 114 colors that accurately represent all the tones and shades of real colors. It can be diluted with the specific AK-Interactive thinner, the 200ml High Compatibility Thinner, code RC701 or in a 400ml jar, code RC702. Thinners from other manufacturers intended for acrylic (non-vinyl) paints, alcohol or water can also be used. Professional high quality paint *high compatibility and durability *keep paint out of direct sunlight *colors adjusted spectrum graphicality to mirror reality *Keep out of reach of children *Store lightly closed
1812 RUSSIAN INFANTRY (A-TOYS)

A-TOYS

1812 RUSSIAN INFANTRY (A-TOYS)

Reproduction of the Russian Infantry of 1812; proposed by the legendary company A-TOYS, which closed its doors for several years, molds re-proposed later by ITALERI, unobtainable pieces!
STATUETTE R2-D2 & C-3PO CON BB-8 STATUE FIGURE 1/10 STAR WARS

ARTFX

STATUETTE R2-D2 & C-3PO CON BB-8 STATUE FIGURE 1/10 STAR WARS

Kotobukiya dedicates a fantastic set of ARTFX statues to the three droid protagonists of the Star Wars saga: R2-D2, C-3PO and BB-8! The droids are depicted as seen in "The Force Awakens". the statues have fantastic details and have magnets under the feet, for greater stability
ITALIAN HEAVY CRUISER (RIVER) BY TRUMPETER 05348

TRUMPETER

ITALIAN HEAVY CRUISER (RIVER) BY TRUMPETER 05348

The heavy cruiser Fiume departed on April 29, 1929 from the technological company of Trieste, launched on April 27, 1930 and will be completed by November 23, 1931. From then until 1940 Italy entered the war, river cruiser in squadron. From 1936 to 1937 during the civil war in Spain, cruiser was in Spanish waters. In April 1939 Fiume was involved in the invasion of Albania.
GERMAN BATTLESHIP TIRPITZ 1/350 TAMIYA

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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]
 BISMARCK  GERMAN BATTLESHIP TAMIYA

TAMIYA

BISMARCK GERMAN BATTLESHIP TAMIYA

BISMARCK GERMAN BATTLESHIP The Bismarck was a German battleship of World War II, named in honor of the 19th century chancellor Otto von Bismarck (1815-1898). She is famous for the sinking of the battlecruiser Hood and the subsequent chase which was given to her which led to her sinking. Eponymous of the Bismarck class, the only other unit of the same class was the Tirpitz. TAMIYA 1:350
Ijn aircraft carrier akagi battle of midway limited edition Hasegawa

HASEGAWA

Ijn aircraft carrier akagi battle of midway limited edition Hasegawa

Ijn aircraft carrier akagi battle of midway limited edition Hasegawa 1:350. Akagi was a Japanese aircraft carrier keeled in 1920, launched in November 1925, and commissioned into the Imperial Japanese Navy in March 1927. The ship was 260.7 m long, 31.3 m wide, and her total displacement was 41,300 tons. The maximum speed of the aircraft carrier Akagi was around 30-31 knots and her main armament consisted of 91 aircraft on board. Originally, Akagi, like another Japanese aircraft carrier, Kaga, was built as a liner under the "8+8" fleet expansion program, but due to international commitments by the Tokyo government, the work was interrupted and the hull had to be scrapped. Ultimately, however, it was decided to build an aircraft carrier on the largely finished hull, which actually happened. At the time of entry into service, Akagi had as many as three flight decks, but with the development of aircraft technology it was decided to completely rebuild her, which took place in 1935-1938. As a result, the hull shape was radically changed and only one flight deck was preserved. During World War II, Akagi took part in the attack on Pearl Harbor in December 1941 and fought in the Bismarck Archipelago in early 1942 supporting the Rabaul landings. In April of this year, she also took part in the famous gathering of the Japanese fleet in the Indian Ocean. It also took part in the Battle of Midway (June 1942) where it was sunk by American carrier aircraft.
WWII S.S Jeremiah O Brien (type Liberty) BY Trumpeter 05301

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WWII S.S Jeremiah O Brien (type Liberty) BY Trumpeter 05301

The SS Jeremiah O'Brien was an American merchant ship of World War II. The keel of this unit was laid down in May 1943 and the launching took place in June of the same year and in July 1943 the ship entered service. The total length of the vessel at the time of launch was 134.57 meters and a beam of 17 meters. Full displacement reached 14,450 tons, and maximum speed - 11 knots. The deck armament at the time of the launch consisted of a single 127mm gun, three 76mm guns and eight 20mm Oerlikon guns. SS Jeremiah O'Brien was one of the Liberty ships. Ships of this type were mass-built by shipyards located in the USA and Canada during World War II. Units of this type were cheap and easy to produce, they had a very simple structure, but also very spacious holds. It is worth adding that the first units of this type were built in about 240-250 days, but together with the improvement of production techniques, this time has decreased to about 40 days! Over 2,700 Liberty Ships were built during the war, with approximately 200 lost in hostilities. SS Jeremiah O'Brien was built at New England Shipbuilding Corporation in South Portland, Maine. She began her Atlantic service, where she made a total of four convoy voyages. She was also used as a transport ship during the invasion of Normandy on 6 June 1944. She then sailed to the South Pacific and Indian Oceans, where she served until the end of World War II. In 1946, SS Jeremiah O'Brien was transferred to reserve. She is currently one of only two Liberty Ships operating as a museum ship.
German Battleship Scharnhorst (1943) by Dragon 1040

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German Battleship Scharnhorst (1943) by Dragon 1040

German Battleship Scharnhorst (1943) by Dragon 1040. Scharnhorst was a fast battleship of the German Kriegsmarine. She was named after the Prussian general and army reformer Gerhard von Scharnhorst and to commemorate the WW1 armored cruiser SMS Scharnhorst.
YAMATO JAPANESE BATTLESHIP TAMIYA 1:350

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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.
Academy 14103 ADMIRAL GRAF SPEE 1:350

ACADEMY

Academy 14103 ADMIRAL GRAF SPEE 1:350

Academy 14103 ADMIRAL GRAF SPEE 1:350 The Admiral Graf Spee was a Deutschland-class heavy cruiser that served in the German Kriegsmarine during World War II. The Germans initially classified ships of this class as battleships (Panzerschiff in German), and then reclassified them as heavy cruisers (Schwere Kreuzer) in 1940; the British, however, classified them as pocket battleships (Pocket Battleship in English), a name which later remained characteristic of ships of this class. The Admiral Graf Spee went down in history for having supported the first naval battle between the Kriegsmarine and the Royal Navy during the Second World War known as the Battle of the Río de la Plata, near Montevideo, which ended with the battleship's sinking.
CRUISER "Varyag" Cruiser "Varyag" Zvezda | No. 9014 | 1:350

ZVEZDA

CRUISER "Varyag" Cruiser "Varyag" Zvezda | No. 9014 | 1:350

Varyag was a Russian armored and deck cruiser under which the keel was laid in 1899 at the William Cramp shipyard in Philadelphia, launched in October of the same year and commissioned into the Russian Navy in 1901. The length of the vessel was 129.6 m, the width of 15.9 m and a total displacement of about 7,000 tons. Top speed was 23 knots. The main armament was 12 152 mm guns and the secondary armament consisted of, among others, 12 76 mm guns or six 381 mm torpedo tubes. Varyag was one of three cruisers ordered by the tsarist government from foreign shipyards for service in the Far East shortly before the outbreak of the Japanese-Russian War (1904-1905). She proved to be a successful ship: she had a good top speed, although she was slower than her sister Askold in theory. It was also well armored and had good seaworthiness. It had - compared to Askold - much better living conditions for the crew. It had, however, less well placed artillery. In 1902 Varyag joined the Russian Pacific Ocean Squadron. During the Japanese-Russian War (1904-1905), he fought a heroic battle near the Korean city of Czemulpo, becoming a legend of the Russian fleet. During the battle, she was scuttled by her crew. However, the Japanese managed to raise the vessel from the bottom in August 1905 and incorporated her into their navy under the name Soya. It is noteworthy that in 1916 Japan sold the cruiser to tsarist Russia, but due to its poor technical condition it did not enter line service and did not take an active part in combat operations, and in 1925 it was broken up.
TAMIYA US AIRCRAFT CARRIER CVN-65 ENTERPRISE – PLASTIC MODEL TO BUILD 78007 SCALE 1:350

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

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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.
Zvezda 9027 Scale 1/350 Russian Battleship 'Borodino'

ZVEZDA

Zvezda 9027 Scale 1/350 Russian Battleship 'Borodino'

Zvezda 9027 - 1/350 Russian Battleship 'Borodino' Plastic kit to assemble in 1/350 scale. A large vessel measuring 500 feet long in full size will measure 16 inches for the scaled-down model (150/350=0.428). Paints, glue and assembly equipment are not included and must be purchased separately
ZVEZDA RUSSIAN NUCLEAR-POWERED ICEBREAKER PROJECT 22220 – 9044 SCALA 1:350

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ZVEZDA RUSSIAN NUCLEAR-POWERED ICEBREAKER PROJECT 22220 – 9044 SCALA 1:350

Arktika Icebreaker Model Kit The Arktika is the first of a new class of Russian nuclear icebreakers. It entered service in the port of Murmansk in October 2020. Its main mission is to keep the North Sea open and guide expeditions to the North Pole region. The Aktika is the largest icebreaker in the world with a length of 173.3 m and a width of 34 m. It is powered by two nuclear reactors of 175MWt each. - Kit composed of 525 parts - Entire hull. - Helicopter and cradle included. Length: 49.5cm Height: 14.6cm
ZVEZDA 9007 K-141 Kursk Submarine Scale 1:350

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ZVEZDA 9007 K-141 Kursk Submarine Scale 1:350

ZVEZDA 9007 K-141 Kursk Submarine Scale 1:350. Russian nuclear submarine K-141 "KURSK", plastic assembly kit consisting of 44 parts. Scale 1:350. The Kursk was built under the “949A” project and was intended to fight aircraft carrier groups. It was put into operation as part of the Northern Fleet in early 1995. Basic armament: 124 supersonic cruise missile launchers 3M-45 / P-700 "Granite" missiles can carry high-capacity nuclear warheads, 700 kg conventional or 500 6 kg bow torpedo launchers - two 650 mm and four 533 mm (for a total of 18 reserve torpedoes)
ZVEZDA 9062 Russian nuclear ballistic submarine "TULA" 1/350 scale

ZVEZDA

ZVEZDA 9062 Russian nuclear ballistic submarine "TULA" 1/350 scale

ZVEZDA 9062 Russian nuclear ballistic submarine "TULA" 1/350 scale. The Russian K-114 "Tula" is a Project 667BDRM Delfin class (NATO code Delta IV) nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine with a length of 167 m. It was the 4th submarine if its class was built in 1987 at the Severodvinsk SevMash (Northern Machine-building Enterprise). In total, 7 submarines had been built under Project 667BDRM before 1992. They are the main components of the Russian strategic nuclear triad. These submarines quite regularly make long-distance voyages and participate in shooting training. Each submarine is equipped with 16 Sineva R-29RMU2 ballistic missiles. As of 2018, the nuclear submarine "Tula" is part of the Red Banner Northern Fleet of the Russian Navy.
USS TARAWA DRAGON

DRAGON

USS TARAWA DRAGON

USS TARAWA DRAGON PLASTIC MODEL SHIP TO BUILD IN 1:700 SCALE. THERE ARE NO COLORS OR GLUE INSIDE THE BOX.