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Airfix 1/144 Boeing 707 AIR-05171 Airfix 1/144 Boeing 707 AIR-05171
$44.99
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Airfix 1/144 Boeing 707
Airfix 1/144 Vickers Vanguard AIR-03171 Airfix 1/144 Vickers Vanguard AIR-03171
$17.99
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Description

The first Vanguard made its maiden flight on 20th January 1959, and BEA ordered 20 of the V951 model fitted with Tyne R.Ty.l engines. The first of these entered service in 1961 to start replacing Viscounts on many of the short-haul high density European routes. 

In the event BEA only accepted six of these aircraft, having the remainder delivered as V953 Vanguards IIs fitted with improved Tyne R.Ty.lIs, The double-bubble fuselage of the Vanguard allowed considerable freight to be carried below the passenger deck, and later on some Vanguards were converted for use with BEA and British Airways solely as freighters, this type was known as the Merchantman.

Dimensions (mm): L259 X W249


Airfix 1/48 Folland Gnat AIR-05123 Airfix 1/48 Folland Gnat AIR-05123
$32.99
In stock

Description

Scale: 1:48
Skill: 2
Flying Hours: 2
Number of Parts: 96
Dimensions (mm): L230 x W153

Developed as a small, lightweight and manoeuvrable fighter, the Folland Gnat was never accepted into RAF service in that role. However, after being re-designed with two seats, it found its niche as a superb trainer and its small size and excellent aerobatic capability made it a natural choice for the RAF’s aerobatic teams. The Yellow Jacks first used the Gnat to great effect, before the Red Arrows used it as their first aircraft.

Designed by W.E.W Petter, the Gnat entered RAF service in 1962 giving trainee pilots the perfect first experience of fast jets before they moved onto the Hunters and Lightnings they would fly on front line duties. Eventually the introduction of the Hawk jet trainer meant the end for the Gnat and they were phased out of RAF service in the late 1970s. A large number were however passed to private operators where they still continue to be displayed at air shows.

AMT 1/48 Beechcraft G17S Staggerwing AMT 1/48 Beechcraft G17S Staggerwing
$44.99
In stock
AMT 1/48 Beechcraft G17S Staggerwing
AMT 1/48 Shell Oil Lockheed Vega AMT 1/48 Shell Oil Lockheed Vega
$48.99
Temporarily Out of Stock
AMT 1/48 Shell Oil Lockheed Vega
Cyber Hobby 1/400 Air China A321 Twin Pack CYB-2212 Cyber Hobby 1/400 Air China A321 Twin Pack CYB-2212
$13.99
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Cyber Hobby 1/400 Air China A321 Twin Pack
Hasegawa 1/144 J-Air Embraer 170 (New Logo) Plastic Model Kit 11102 Hasegawa 1/144 J-Air Embraer 170 (New Logo) Plastic Model Kit 11102
$40.99
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Hasegawa 1/144 J-Air Embraer 170 (New Logo) Plastic Model Kit 11102
Hasegawa 1/200 Boeing B747-200 Northwest Airlines H10686 Hasegawa 1/200 Boeing B747-200 Northwest Airlines H10686
$48.99
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Hasegawa 1/200 Boeing B747-200 Northwest Airlines
Hasegawa 1/200 JAL B777-300ER Plastic Model Kit 10719 Hasegawa 1/200 JAL B777-300ER Plastic Model Kit 10719
$38.99
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Hasegawa 1/200 JAL B777-300ER Plastic Model Kit 10719
Hasegawa 1/200 JAL B787-9 Hasegawa 1/200 JAL B787-9
$46.99
Temporarily Out of Stock
Hasegawa 1/200 JAL B787-9
Italeri 1/144 ATR-42 KLM Version ITA-01801 Italeri 1/144 ATR-42 KLM Version ITA-01801
$46.99
In stock
This is a plastic model kit. It requires assembly and usually painting and gluing also. If you are unsure what is required, please contact Frontline Hobbies
Italeri 1/72 C-130J US Coast Guard ITA-01348 Italeri 1/72 C-130J US Coast Guard ITA-01348
$89.99
In stock
This is a plastic model kit. It requires assembly and usually painting and gluing also. If you are unsure what is required, please contact Frontline Hobbies
Italeri 1/72 Canadair CL-415 Italeri 1/72 Canadair CL-415
$64.99
In stock
This is a plastic model kit. It requires assembly and usually painting and gluing also. If you are unsure what is required, please contact Frontline Hobbies
Italeri 1/72 DC-3 Swissair ITA-01349 Italeri 1/72 DC-3 Swissair ITA-01349
$27.99
Out of stock
This is a plastic model kit. It requires assembly and usually painting and gluing also. If you are unsure what is required, please contact Frontline Hobbies
Italeri 1/72 Junkers JU52/3M Tante Ju ITA-00150 Italeri 1/72 Junkers JU52/3M Tante Ju ITA-00150
$39.99
In stock
This is a plastic model kit. It requires assembly and usually painting and gluing also. If you are unsure what is required, please contact Frontline Hobbies

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Airfix 1/144 Boeing 707

Description

The first Vanguard made its maiden flight on 20th January 1959, and BEA ordered 20 of the V951 model fitted with Tyne R.Ty.l engines. The first of these entered service in 1961 to start replacing Viscounts on many of the short-haul high density European routes. 

In the event BEA only accepted six of these aircraft, having the remainder delivered as V953 Vanguards IIs fitted with improved Tyne R.Ty.lIs, The double-bubble fuselage of the Vanguard allowed considerable freight to be carried below the passenger deck, and later on some Vanguards were converted for use with BEA and British Airways solely as freighters, this type was known as the Merchantman.

Dimensions (mm): L259 X W249


Description

Scale: 1:48
Skill: 2
Flying Hours: 2
Number of Parts: 96
Dimensions (mm): L230 x W153

Developed as a small, lightweight and manoeuvrable fighter, the Folland Gnat was never accepted into RAF service in that role. However, after being re-designed with two seats, it found its niche as a superb trainer and its small size and excellent aerobatic capability made it a natural choice for the RAF’s aerobatic teams. The Yellow Jacks first used the Gnat to great effect, before the Red Arrows used it as their first aircraft.

Designed by W.E.W Petter, the Gnat entered RAF service in 1962 giving trainee pilots the perfect first experience of fast jets before they moved onto the Hunters and Lightnings they would fly on front line duties. Eventually the introduction of the Hawk jet trainer meant the end for the Gnat and they were phased out of RAF service in the late 1970s. A large number were however passed to private operators where they still continue to be displayed at air shows.

AMT 1/48 Beechcraft G17S Staggerwing
AMT 1/48 Shell Oil Lockheed Vega
Cyber Hobby 1/400 Air China A321 Twin Pack
Hasegawa 1/144 J-Air Embraer 170 (New Logo) Plastic Model Kit 11102
Hasegawa 1/200 Boeing B747-200 Northwest Airlines
Hasegawa 1/200 JAL B777-300ER Plastic Model Kit 10719
Hasegawa 1/200 JAL B787-9
This is a plastic model kit. It requires assembly and usually painting and gluing also. If you are unsure what is required, please contact Frontline Hobbies
This is a plastic model kit. It requires assembly and usually painting and gluing also. If you are unsure what is required, please contact Frontline Hobbies
This is a plastic model kit. It requires assembly and usually painting and gluing also. If you are unsure what is required, please contact Frontline Hobbies
This is a plastic model kit. It requires assembly and usually painting and gluing also. If you are unsure what is required, please contact Frontline Hobbies
This is a plastic model kit. It requires assembly and usually painting and gluing also. If you are unsure what is required, please contact Frontline Hobbies