Wednesday, August 24, 2011

1/144 Pit-Road "Pre-Coloured" Eurofighter(s)

1/144 Pit-Road "Pre-Coloured" Eurofighter(s)
As these appear early days protoype sprues, it is not clear how much assembly you will need to do.
It can be seen in the photos that as per the description that these are indeed prepainted.

Although the photos on Hobby Search show the same weapons sprues, the text would seem indicate that the waepons packs should be as per the original kits.

Available: September 2011
Price: @2300 Yen

Pit-Road "Pre-Coloured" Eurofighter - Luftwaffe (SNP08)
Prepainted kit and decals (included Austrian Markings)

Pit-Road "Pre-Coloured" Eurofighter - RAF (SNP07)

Prepainted kit and decals (and 'what-if' JASDF Markings!)

an interesting comparision of Revell vs Pit Road at ARC Forums

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

1/144 Luftwaffe Figures + Agents - By Foxone

1/144 Luftwaffe Figures + Agents - Foxone
A useful set of addtions to your collection, unpainted resin figures covering Luftwaffe and other figures.

Luftwaffe Officers Set 1 (images)
Price: 500 Yen

Luftwaffe Officers Set 2 (images)
Price: 500 Yen

although a test set, they resemble contemporary figures
maybe use in your Foxone Lysander Diorama!?

Spies, Agents,Resistance or Gestapo Set(?) (images)
Price: 500 Yen

Available "soon" via Radjapan and HLJ

Monday, August 22, 2011

1/144 Sd.Kfz 247 Ausf A - CGD

1/144 Sd.Kfz 247 Ausf A - CGD

The Sd. Kfz. 247 Ausf. A was a six-wheeled armoured car build by Krupp using the 6 X 4 chassis of Krupp Protze truck. Thinly armoured and open-topped, it was used as a command car for motorcycle divisions. Strangely they were not fitted with radios. It's cross-country capability was only as good as the Protze. Only 10 Sd. Kfz. 247 Ausf. A where built before the war started, and were superseded by the 4-wheeled Ausf. B version built by Daimler-Benz.

For more information on Sd. Kfz. 247 Ausf. A, visit the following:

Available from CGD@Ebay
Price: 17.90 USD
Colours Panzer Grey & Dunkel Gelb

Saturday, August 20, 2011

1/144 ADGZ Armoured Car - Panzer Depot

German Armored Car Polizei-Panzerkampfwagen ADGZ
ADGZ was designed by Austro-Daimler Puchwerke AG, which in 1934 was taken over by Steyr. Production began in 1934 and continued until late 1937, while first ADGZ cars began entering service with Bundesheer in 1935. The original cars were pressed into service with Police detachments and SS units (e.g. SS Danziger Heimwehr) including those storming the Post Office in Danzig (Gdansk) in September of 1939. In 1941, Reichsführer SS Heinrich Himmler ordered Steyr to produce additional 25 ADGZ armored cars for the use by SS. They were delivered in 1942 and entered service with SS units in the East and the Balkans (e.g. 7th SS Freiwillingen-Gebirgs-Division "Prinz Eugen") fighting the partisans.

more information regarding this curious vehicle, can be found here:

For purchasing details, visit:
ADGZ (gray) $17.80
ADGZ (camo) $18.80

Online shop:

Saturday, August 13, 2011

1/144 Lockheed D-21 - Foxone

1/144 Lockheed D-21 - Foxone
A high speed photo reconnaissance drone developed in the early 1960s, originally intended to be launched from the M-21 which was a converted A-12 (a SR-71 kit will have to make do!), it was later configered to work from the B-52 (which carried one under each wing on pylons). The programme was cancelled after a small number of flights over China!

This resing kit allows you to build one of two options!

Available Now: August 2011
Price: 2000 Yen

Item Page:

Image Gallery:

Development posts:

Thursday, August 11, 2011

1-144 F-Toys "70's" Jets Vol.1 (updated)

1-144 F-Toys "70's" Jets Vol.1

Lightning MK.6
a. Royal Air Force, 23 Squadron
b. Royal Air Force, 11th Squadron
c. Royal Saudi Air Force, 13th Fighter Squadron

MiG-21 bis
a. Soviet Air Force
b. Polish Navy
c. Air Force Finland

J35 Drakken
a. Austrian Army Air Corps
b. Swedish Air Force
c. Swedish Air Force

Available: October 2011
Price: @500 yen each item

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

1/144 Tupelov Tu-144 by

1/144 Tupelov Tu-144 by

ICM are Ukrainian company more know for bringing you interesting U-Boat Kits in 1/144.
Now, they plan to release the Tu-144 (Nato code name "Charger), in 1/144!

Available: TBC
Price: TBC

More images and information

Thanks to Matt Bittner

Wednesday, August 03, 2011

1/144 Pz.Draisine Schwere Funkwagen - By Brengun.Cz

1/144 Pz.Draisine Schwere Funkwagen - By Brengun.Cz

Brengun have released an interesting follow on item to accompany their previous release of
Styer K2670 Leichter Panzertriebwagen, in the form of the Pz.Draisine Schwere Funkwagen

Again, and excellent high quality resin casting and photo etch parts.This time the kit does not come with the diorama track section.

Of course, if you do not add the radio array - it becomes a standard Schwere Panzer Draisine INFANTERIEWAGEN

Please also see the other recent Brengun releases in 1./144 (here)
Available: Now
Cost : 13 Euro

1/144 Anigrand Kits - Previews

1/144 Anigrand Kits - Previews
New upcoming releases for August and September 2011.
I think you know how this works now? A main kit as depicted, with a range of "bonus" kits to accompany the main kit, usually in a similar theme, not always and typically, of the same nationality and period in time.

Blohm und Voss BV.238 (wiki)
Tupolev TB-3 (wiki)
Lockheed C-69 Constellation (wiki)

1/144 Krupp Protze L2H143 w/ Pak 36 - CGD

1/144 Krupp Protze L2H143 (Kfz.70) w/ Pak 36 - CGD

The Krupp-Protze L2H143 kfz61 was a widely used 6 wheeled truck and artillery tractor in WWII. Most commonly for towing the Pak 36. In various configurations, about 7000 units were built.

Frequently instead of towing the Pak 36, crews put the whole Pak unit on top of the truck turning the vehicle into a self-propelled gun, or as in this model, permanently mounted on the vehicle without the carriage.

Source: CGD@EBAY
Available: August 2011
Cost: $18.90 USD