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1/200 A330-200 Virgin Australia PPC017 1/200 A330-200 Virgin Australia PPC017
$33.99
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$29.99
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$28.99
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1/200 Virgin Blue-Head to Queensland DP004 1/200 Virgin Blue-Head to Queensland DP004
$102.99
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1/250 A380 Emirates 1/250 A380 Emirates
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1/250 A380-800 Emirates F1 1/250 A380-800 Emirates F1
$26.99
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1/250 A380-800 Emirates F1
Air Asia 1/200 A340-300 Air Asia 1/200 A340-300
$22.99
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Air Asia 1/200 A340-300


1:200 Air Asia Airbus A340 with Stand.
Plane snaps together with no glue

Century Wings 1/72 F-14A Tomcat VF-41 Black Aces AJ-100 Century Wings 1/72 F-14A Tomcat VF-41 Black Aces AJ-100
$249.99
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Century Wings 1/72 F-14A Tomcat VF-41 Black Aces AJ-100
Century Wings 1/72 F-8E VMF AW-212 Lancers WD106 1965 Century Wings 1/72 F-8E VMF AW-212 Lancers WD106 1965
$189.99
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Century Wings 1/72 F-8E VMF AW-212 Lancers WD106 1965
Corgi 1/144 Avro Lancaster COGCC99306 Corgi 1/144 Avro Lancaster COGCC99306
$46.99
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Corgi 1/144 Avro Lancaster
Corgi 1/144 Bristo Britannia 100 LAK Corgi 1/144 Bristo Britannia 100 LAK
$129.99
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Corgi 1/144 Bristo Britannia 100 LAK
Corgi 1/144 Vickers Valiant 543 SQN RAF Wyton 1957 COGAA39404 Corgi 1/144 Vickers Valiant 543 SQN RAF Wyton 1957 COGAA39404
$86.99
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Description

Delivered to 543 Squadron in October 1956, WZ399 had a short life with the squadron. Deployed on exercise Snowdrop in January of 1957, it was then that the aircraft received its distinctive red tail and wingtip markings, applied for operating over the Arctic Circle.

The Valiants were based at Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska, where, in November 1961, the aircraft suffered technical problems during take-off.  The take-off was aborted and the aircraft overshot the end of the runway, went down a steep slope and crossed a road only coming to a halt when it hit a railway embankment.  The aircraft was totally destroyed by fire, the crew only surviving because the forward fuselage was separated from the rest of the wreckage.

WZ399 was a PR variant of the Valiant, fitted with a number of powerful cameras in its bomb bay giving it a useful photo reconnaissance capability. However, the advent of powerful surface to air missiles made this role more and more hazardous, eventually causing the Valiant to be phased out in favour of the higher flying Canberra.

  • Scale: 1:144
  • Wingspan: 244mm

Special Features

  • Optional Undercarriage Down
  • Fuel Tanks

Safety Notice:

A detailed die-cast scale model for the adult collector. Not suitable for children under 14 years.

Corgi 1/48 SPAD XIII S2445 Baracca Italian Air Force 1918 Corgi 1/48 SPAD XIII S2445 Baracca Italian Air Force 1918
$136.99
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Corgi 1/48 SPAD XIII S2445 Baracca Italian Air Force 1918
Corgi 1/72 Avro Lancaster B.III MIKE SQUARED Corgi 1/72 Avro Lancaster B.III MIKE SQUARED
$379.99
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Description

Corgis 1:72 scale Lancaster series includes many variants, all of which are constructed using a large number of diecast metal components. All crew positions are occupied—there is a pilot and navigator in the cockpit, a bombardier lying prone behind the perspex nose cupola and gunners occupying the rotating turrets. The overall presentation of this model has led to its popularity, from the accurate recreation of the Lancasters distinctive airframe to the simulated fabric control surfaces with photo-etched metal aileron trim linkages and twin oval rudders. A heavily constructed all-metal display stand is included to support this massive aircraft for in-flight display.


Avro Lancaster B.III, ED888/PM-M2 ‘Mike Squared’, RAF No.103 Squadron, Elsham Wolds, Lincolnshire, Late 1944

The aircrew of Bomber Command made a significant contribution to the war effort in WWII and were to pay a heavy price for their devotion to duty.  Arguably the aircraft that best illustrates their contribution and the men who sadly paid the ultimate price is Avro Lancaster ED888 PM-M2 ‘Mike Squared’. This magnificent aircraft completed an astonishing 140 bombing missions – the most flown by any Lancaster in WWII.  Known as ‘The Mother of Them All’, this Lancaster managed to survive the war, shooting down two Luftwaffe fighters in the process. Avro Lancaster ED888 was the most prolific of the ‘Ton-up’ Lancasters and is a fitting way to mark the 75th anniversary of the first flight of Avro’s most famous bomber.

The famous Avro Lancaster four engine heavy bomber was Britain’s most successful bomber of WWII, but it had to endure something of a troubled start.  Its twin-engined predecessor, the Manchester, was ultimately classed as a failure, but included many of the design features that went on to make the Lancaster such a resounding success.  With a huge, unobstructed bomb bay, the Lancaster could carry a massive bomb load and was capable of delivering the largest individual bombs used by the RAF in WWII.  Powered by four Rolls-Royce Merlin engines, the first Lancasters were delivered to RAF No.44 (Rhodesia) Squadron at Waddington, on Christmas Eve, 1941.

The Aviation Archive

The Corgi Aviation Archive range presents highly-detailed, ready-made diecast models of military and civilian aircraft. The vast Aviation Archive range has become the standard by which all other diecast airplane ranges are judged. Each Corgi model is based on a specific aircraft from an important historical or modern era of flight, and has been authentically detailed from original documents and archival library material. Famous airplanes and aviators from both military and commercial airline aviation are all honored.

Corgi Aviation Archive diecast airplanes feature:

  • Diecast metal construction with some plastic components.
  • Realistic panel lines, antennas, access panels and surface details.
  • Pad printed markings and placards that wont fade or peel like decals.
  • Interchangeable extended/retracted landing gear with rotating wheels.
  • Poseable presention stand to display the aircraft in flight.
  • Many limited editions with numbered certificate of authenticity.
  • Detailed, hand-painted pilot and crew member figures.
  • Authentic detachable ordnance loads complete with placards.
  • Selected interchangeable features such as speed-brakes, opened canopies and access panels.
  • Selected moving parts such as gun turrets, control surfaces and swing-wings.
Corgi 1/72 Short Sunderland MK.III NO.422 SQN RCAF Corgi 1/72 Short Sunderland MK.III NO.422 SQN RCAF
$369.99
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Corgi 1/72 Short Sunderland MK.III NO.422 SQN RCAF

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1/200 A330-200 Virgin Australia
1/200 B737-800 Virgin Australia
1/200 B777 Air New Zealand
1/200 Virgin Blue-Head to Queensland
1/250 A380 Emirates
1/250 A380-800 Emirates F1

Air Asia 1/200 A340-300


1:200 Air Asia Airbus A340 with Stand.
Plane snaps together with no glue

Century Wings 1/72 F-14A Tomcat VF-41 Black Aces AJ-100
Century Wings 1/72 F-8E VMF AW-212 Lancers WD106 1965
Corgi 1/144 Avro Lancaster
Corgi 1/144 Bristo Britannia 100 LAK

Description

Delivered to 543 Squadron in October 1956, WZ399 had a short life with the squadron. Deployed on exercise Snowdrop in January of 1957, it was then that the aircraft received its distinctive red tail and wingtip markings, applied for operating over the Arctic Circle.

The Valiants were based at Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska, where, in November 1961, the aircraft suffered technical problems during take-off.  The take-off was aborted and the aircraft overshot the end of the runway, went down a steep slope and crossed a road only coming to a halt when it hit a railway embankment.  The aircraft was totally destroyed by fire, the crew only surviving because the forward fuselage was separated from the rest of the wreckage.

WZ399 was a PR variant of the Valiant, fitted with a number of powerful cameras in its bomb bay giving it a useful photo reconnaissance capability. However, the advent of powerful surface to air missiles made this role more and more hazardous, eventually causing the Valiant to be phased out in favour of the higher flying Canberra.

  • Scale: 1:144
  • Wingspan: 244mm

Special Features

  • Optional Undercarriage Down
  • Fuel Tanks

Safety Notice:

A detailed die-cast scale model for the adult collector. Not suitable for children under 14 years.

Corgi 1/48 SPAD XIII S2445 Baracca Italian Air Force 1918

Description

Corgis 1:72 scale Lancaster series includes many variants, all of which are constructed using a large number of diecast metal components. All crew positions are occupied—there is a pilot and navigator in the cockpit, a bombardier lying prone behind the perspex nose cupola and gunners occupying the rotating turrets. The overall presentation of this model has led to its popularity, from the accurate recreation of the Lancasters distinctive airframe to the simulated fabric control surfaces with photo-etched metal aileron trim linkages and twin oval rudders. A heavily constructed all-metal display stand is included to support this massive aircraft for in-flight display.


Avro Lancaster B.III, ED888/PM-M2 ‘Mike Squared’, RAF No.103 Squadron, Elsham Wolds, Lincolnshire, Late 1944

The aircrew of Bomber Command made a significant contribution to the war effort in WWII and were to pay a heavy price for their devotion to duty.  Arguably the aircraft that best illustrates their contribution and the men who sadly paid the ultimate price is Avro Lancaster ED888 PM-M2 ‘Mike Squared’. This magnificent aircraft completed an astonishing 140 bombing missions – the most flown by any Lancaster in WWII.  Known as ‘The Mother of Them All’, this Lancaster managed to survive the war, shooting down two Luftwaffe fighters in the process. Avro Lancaster ED888 was the most prolific of the ‘Ton-up’ Lancasters and is a fitting way to mark the 75th anniversary of the first flight of Avro’s most famous bomber.

The famous Avro Lancaster four engine heavy bomber was Britain’s most successful bomber of WWII, but it had to endure something of a troubled start.  Its twin-engined predecessor, the Manchester, was ultimately classed as a failure, but included many of the design features that went on to make the Lancaster such a resounding success.  With a huge, unobstructed bomb bay, the Lancaster could carry a massive bomb load and was capable of delivering the largest individual bombs used by the RAF in WWII.  Powered by four Rolls-Royce Merlin engines, the first Lancasters were delivered to RAF No.44 (Rhodesia) Squadron at Waddington, on Christmas Eve, 1941.

The Aviation Archive

The Corgi Aviation Archive range presents highly-detailed, ready-made diecast models of military and civilian aircraft. The vast Aviation Archive range has become the standard by which all other diecast airplane ranges are judged. Each Corgi model is based on a specific aircraft from an important historical or modern era of flight, and has been authentically detailed from original documents and archival library material. Famous airplanes and aviators from both military and commercial airline aviation are all honored.

Corgi Aviation Archive diecast airplanes feature:

  • Diecast metal construction with some plastic components.
  • Realistic panel lines, antennas, access panels and surface details.
  • Pad printed markings and placards that wont fade or peel like decals.
  • Interchangeable extended/retracted landing gear with rotating wheels.
  • Poseable presention stand to display the aircraft in flight.
  • Many limited editions with numbered certificate of authenticity.
  • Detailed, hand-painted pilot and crew member figures.
  • Authentic detachable ordnance loads complete with placards.
  • Selected interchangeable features such as speed-brakes, opened canopies and access panels.
  • Selected moving parts such as gun turrets, control surfaces and swing-wings.
Corgi 1/72 Short Sunderland MK.III NO.422 SQN RCAF