Wednesday, November 30, 2016

1/144 Leiji Matsumoto The Cockpit Collection 2 - Ftoys

1/144 Leiji Matsumoto The Cockpit Collection 2 - F-Toys
A new follow on release for the Leiji Matsumoto manga!

From the creator of Space Blazer and Galaxy Express, comes a series of  based upon F-Toys Molds:

Ki-99 - a fictional aircraft

Bf 109G-6
Ta-152 (H-1)
P-51D x2
Zeroes (a 52 and 22)

Released: Feburary 2017

The Cockpit Collection 1 (From 2012) : 

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

1/144 SR-71A BLACKBIRD Full PE Model - By Jasmine Model

1/144 SR-71A BLACKBIRD Full PE Model Jasmine Model (#202071)

If you have the patience of a Saint, and the skills of a brain surgeon - this could be you lucky day!

A photo-etched wire frame kit of a SR-71

Size of finished model: 118mm in width, 226mm in length, number of parts: 120


Price: $80 USD

Sunday, November 20, 2016

1/144 Haunebu II Saucer - Pegasus Models (updated)

1/144 Haunebu II Saucer - Pegasus Models

Another NAZI UFO - includes: Plastic sprues, Waterslide decals, Clear parts

Planned Release :Febuary/March 2017

updated link: 

1/144 "Rocketship X-M" (1950) - Pegasus Models

1/144 Rocketship X-M 1950 - Pegasus Models

The rocket featured in the movie of the same name "Rocketship X-M" (1950)

This will be tall!

Planned Release: January/February, 2017

Sunday, November 13, 2016

1/144 Avia/Letov C-2/Arado Ar 96B - by MARK I

1/144 Avia/Letov C-2/Arado Ar 96B - by MARK I

The Arado Ar 96 was a German single-engine, low-wing monoplane of all-metal construction produced by Arado Flugzeugwerke. It was the Luftwaffe's standard advanced trainer during World War II.

The Ar 96 was used for advanced, night and instrument flying training. Famously, during the evening of 28 April 1945, pilot Hanna Reitsch was flown with then-Luftwaffe head Generaloberst Robert Ritter von Greim out from Berlin under Soviet fire in an Arado Ar 96 trainer from an improvised airstrip in the Tiergarten, piloted by a Luftwaffe sergeant.

Shadow production was undertaken by Letov and the Avia factory in occupied Czechoslovakia, where manufacturing continued for some years after the war, being designated the Avia C-2B.

A wooden version known as the Ar 396 was built in France and was designated the SIPA S.10. Further developments were the SIPA S.11 (armed version), and the SIPA S.12, a metal version; 188 of all versions were produced until 1958. The S.11 was operated with some success in Algeria carrying machine guns, rockets and light bombs.

Arado Ar 96B 'Ubiquitous Trainer' (2in1)

Avia/Letov C-2/Arado Ar 96B 'Silver Livery' (2in1)

Arado Ar 96B 'Military Trainer' (2in1)

1/144 Heinkel He-162A 'Salamander' / "Spatz"- Brengun

1/144 Heinkel He-162A 'Salamander' / "Spatz"- Brengun

The Heinkel He 162 Volksjäger (German, "People's Fighter"), the name of a project of the Emergency Fighter Program design competition, was a German single-engine, jet-powered fighter aircraft fielded by the Luftwaffe in World War II. Designed and built quickly, and made primarily of wood as metals were in very short supply and prioritised for other aircraft, the He 162 was nevertheless the fastest of the first generation of Axis and Allied jets. Volksjäger was the Reich Air Ministry's official name for the government design program competition won by the He 162 design. Other names given to the plane include Salamander, which was the codename of its construction program, and Spatz ("Sparrow"), which was the name given to the plane by Heinkel.

1/144 Heinkel He-162A 'Salamander' / "Spatz" Photo Etched- Brengun

1/144 Heinkel He-162A 'Salamander' / "Spatz" Photo Etched - Brengun

Designed for the 1/144 Heinkel He-162A 'Salamander' / "Spatz" by Brengun

Tuesday, November 08, 2016

1/144 Wing Kit Collection VS 5 - F-Toys Wing Kit Collection VS 5

1/144 Wing Kit Collection VS 5 - F-Toys Wing Kit Collection VS 5

Aichi B7A Ryusei "Grace" - New tool
The Aichi B7A Ryusei (流星 Ryūsei?, "Shooting Star", Allied reporting name "Grace") was a large and powerful carrier-borne torpedo-dive bomber produced by Aichi Kokuki KK for the Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service during the Second World War. Built in only small numbers and deprived of the aircraft carriers it was intended to operate from, the type had little chance to distinguish itself in combat before the war ended in August 1945.

Curtiss SB2C-4 Helldiver - New tool
The Curtiss SB2C Helldiver was a carrier-based dive bomber aircraft produced for the United States Navy during World War II. It replaced the Douglas SBD Dauntless in US Navy service. The SB2C was much faster than the SBD it replaced.

Crew nicknames for the aircraft included the Big-Tailed Beast (or just the derogatory Beast),[1] Two-Cee and Son-of-a-Bitch 2nd Class (after its designation and partly because of its reputation for having difficult handling characteristics).[2] Neither pilots nor aircraft carrier captains seemed to like it.[3]

Delays marred its production—by the time the A-25 Shrike variant for the USAAF was deployed in late 1943, the Army Air Forces no longer had a need for a thoroughbred dive bomber. Poor handling of the aircraft was another factor that hampered its service introductions; both the British Royal Navy and the Royal Australian Air Force cancelled substantial orders.[4]

Expect bonus items!

Released: January 2017