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  • McDonnell F-101B Voodoo Diecast Model

    HM-HA3708 Designed to meed a USAAF requirement for a long-range turbojet powered fighter, the F-101 was first flown (as the XF-88 prototype) on October 20th, 1948. Its initial mission as bomber escort was modified during development to include that of all-weather interceptor, nuclear fighter-bomber and photo reconnaissance aircraft. Reconnaissance variants saw extensive use during the Vietnam war while interceptors remained in service with several Air National Guard units until 1982. Ultimately, the

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    Metal, Plastic, Die Cast Metal, Die Cast, Highly Detailed
  • Dragon Models 1:400 Aerospace Program 56232

    DM-56232 The Titan rocket was a general purpose expendable launch vehicle that was first flown on February 6th, 1959. The Titan program was developed to provide a back-up launch system for the Atlas program as well as to develop a larger two-stage launch system. 368 Titan rockets were launched, including those used by NASA for project Gemini. The complete Titan family spanned, in increasing size and power, from the Titan I thru Titan IV. Dragon Models 1:400 Aerospace Program 56232 Martin Titan IIIC Rocket

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    Tank, Die Cast
  • Corgi Flying Mule Spitfire Vb Bl255 Md-t “buckeye-don” Gentile Usaaf Debden 1:72

    Corgi Flying Mule Spitfire VB BL255 MD-T “Buckeye-Don” Gentile USAAF 336 th FS/4 th FG RAF Debden Die-Cast 1:72 Scale The Flying Mule Collection Supermarine Spitfire VB, BL255. MD-T “Buckeye-Don” 2 nd Lt. Dominic ‘Don’ Gentile, USAAF 336 th FS/4 th FG, RA

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  • Bloch MB.210 Diecast Model

    AM-ACLB25 Designed as an enhancement of the MB.200, the MB.210 was first flown on November 23rd, 1934. Amercom 1:144 Flying Fortresses ACLB25 Bloch MB.210 Diecast Model Armee de l'Air, 1938 Bloch MB.210

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    Ready Made, Die Cast
  • Aero Vodochody L-39C Albatros Diecast Model

    PM-40002-2 Designed in Czechoslovakia to meet the requirements for a trainer to replace the L-29 Delfin, the L-39 Albatros was first flown on November 4, 1969. This high-performance, single-engined aircraft was the first turbofan-powered trainer and the first "second generation" jet trainer. It is versatile enough to be used for light-attack missions as well as pilot training, and is also popular among private owners, especially in the U.S., where its relatively low price-tag (between $200 and $300K) makes

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    Metal, Airplane, Ready Made, Die Cast
  • Corgi Aviation Us31926 Supermarine Spitfire Mk V 4th Fg 336th Buckeye

    Corgi Flying Mule Collection US31926 Supermarine Spitfire Mk V Diecast Model USAAF 4th FG, 336th FS, "Buckeye-Don", Don Gentile, RAF Debden, England, October 1942 Limited Edition 750 Pieces Worldwide 1:72 Scale Length Width Supermarine Spitfire Mk V 5" 6.25" Dominic Gentile was an American pilot who was eager to contribute to the Allied effort against Germany even before the United State's official involvement in World War II. Lacking the two years of college education required by the American

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  • North American SNJ-5 Diecast Model

    HM-HA1519 Designed as an entry for a 1937 USAAC "Basic Combat" aircraft competition, the T-6 was first flown on April 1, 1935. Several hundred T-6s were built before the advanced trainer designation, when it was modified for its role as a basic combat trainer. Nicknamed "the pilot maker," the Texan had low cantilever wings and a long two seat cockpit, with the engine mounted at the extreme forward. It trained thousands of USAF pilots through the 1950s and remained in service with some nations well into the

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    Advanced, Plane, Die Cast Metal, Die Cast
  • Curtiss P-40E Warhawk Diecast Model

    CG-US35213 Designed to meet a USAAC requirement for a pursuit aircraft, the P-40 Warhawk was first flown on October 14th, 1938. This aircraft was tough, virtually trouble-free and saw continual improvements to arms, armor and engines. The P-40 served in numerous combat areas; often outclassed by its adversaries in speed, maneuverability and rate of climb, it earned a reputation for extreme ruggedness. Its strong construction, heavy firepower, and ability to dive enabled it to compete with enemy fighters,

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    Tank, Metal, Die Cast, Maneuverable
  • McDonnell Douglas C-17A Globemaster III Diecast Model

    GJ -G2AFO265 GeminiJets Gemini 200 G2AFO265 McDonnell Douglas C-17A Globemaster III Diecast Model USAF 517th ALS, #00-0174 "Spirit of the Sourdoughs", Elmendorf AFB, AK McDonnell Douglas C-17A Globemaster III The original lineage of the C-17 dates back to the early 1970's when the Unites States Air Force needed a single aircraft that would combine the load capability of the C-141 Starlifter & C-5 Galaxy transport aircraft, yet have the versatility of the turboprop C-130 Hercules. Because of lessons learned

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    Display, Die Cast, Lead
  • Hawker Audax Mk I Diecast Model

    CG-AA39603 Desinged to meet an Air Ministry specification for a two-seat army co-operation version of the Hart bomber, the Audax was first flown on December 29th, 1931. Corgi Aviation Archive Collector Series AA39603 Hawker Audax Mk I Diecast Model RAF No.28 Sqn, K5574, RAF Kohal, India, 1941 Hawker Audax Mk I Developed in the early 1930s from the already proven Hawker Hart light day bomber, the Audax was a dedicated army co-operation version. With this new role in mind it incorporated a message hook under

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    Plastic, Die Cast Metal, Die Cast
  • Republic P-47D Thunderbolt Diecast Model

    CG-AA33803 Designed by Alexander Kartveli meeting a USAAC requirement for a heavy fighter, the P-47 was first flown on May 6th, 1941. Later models featured a "bubble-top" canopy rather than the sharply peaked "razorback" fuselage which resulted in poor visibility for the aircraft's pilot. The P-47, a deadly pursuit aircraft, featured 8 x 12.7mm machine guns; all mounted in the wings. Even with the complicated turbosupercharger system, the sturdy airframe and tough radial engine, the P-47 ("Jug" or

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    Advanced, Plastic, Die Cast Metal, Die Cast
  • Boeing 727-100 Diecast Model

    IF -IF721009P Inflight 200 IF721009P Flying Tigers, N931FT, Polished Metal Finish

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  • Oxford Diecast Oxford Aviation AC031

    OD-AC031 Designed as a turbojet-powered fighter in a time when piston-engined aircraft still dominated the skies, the Gloster Meteor first flew on March 5, 1943. The Meteor was the first British jet fighter and the only Allied jet aircraft to see service during WWII. It debuted around the same time as the German Me 262, but was not used for dogfighting —instead , Meteors were used to combat the V1 Flying Bomb. The Meteor's service during WWII was limited, but it saw combat during the Korean War and was used

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  • de Havilland DH.82 Tiger Moth Diecast Model

    OD-72TM003 Designed as a basic trainer for the RAF, the de Havilland DH.82 Tiger Moth was first flown in October, 1931. Oxford Diecast History of Flight 72TM003 de Havilland DH.82 Tiger Moth Diecast Model The de Havilland School of Flying, G-ACDA de Havilland DH.82 Tiger Moth The Oxford Diecast "History of Flight" range presents affordable, ready made diecast models of civilian and military aircraft. Oxford Diecast "History of Flight" diecast airplanes feature:

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    Airplane, Ready Made, Die Cast
  • Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-25PU Foxbat-C Diecast Model

    HE -555142 $38 .95 Designed as a high-speed, high-altitude interceptor to counter the threat posed by the US XB-70 Valkyrie bomber, the MiG-25 was first flown on September 9th, 1964. The airframe was designed around a pair of massive Tumansky R-15(B) turbojet engines, capable of propelling it to a top speed of around Mach 3. The Foxbat is one of the fastest production aircraft to enter service. In addition to the interceptor variants, numerous reconnaisance variants were also produced. The MiG-25 has

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    Aircraft, Air Force, Die Cast
  • Brewster F2A Buffalo Diecast Model

    HM-HA7012 Designed to meet a 1936 US Navy requirement for a new carrier-based fighter, the F2A was first flown in December, 1937. The stout F2A Buffalo was the U.S. Navy's first monoplane fighter, but it suffered from poor maneuverability and proved to be too heavy for dogfighting. Its four 12.7mm machine guns weren't even enough to save this aircraft—during the Battle of Midway, 13 of 19 Buffalos were lost to enemy fire. Finland proved to be the only successful user of the Brewster F2A Buffalo, fighting

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    Metal, Display, Die Cast, Maneuverable
  • Boeing C-97 Stratofreighter Diecast Model

    CG-AA31002 Designed as a long-range airliner for premier services across the Atlantic and the Pacific, the Boeing 377 Stratocruiser was first flown on July 8, 1947. This luxurious post-war double-decker propeller airliner had a spiral staircase leading to a lower-level lounge and state-of-the-art pressurization, but it was expensive to maintain and operate. Just 56 of the type were built as airliners—the remaining saw service as C-97 military transports or KC-97 tankers. Stratocruisers continued to fly

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    Die Cast
  • Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21 Fishbed Diecast Model

    HM-HA0181B Designed as a successor to the Soviet Union's family of early MiG jet fighters, the MiG-21 was first flown on February 14, 1955. This supersonic jet fighter was the first Soviet aircraft to successfully combine fighter and interceptor characteristics. Its delta wing design gave it the ability to climb quickly and its light loading further improved its performance, making it possible for a skilled pilot to successfully engage in dogfights with contemporary enemy fighters. Today, more than 50 years

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    Tank, Metal, Plastic, Die Cast Metal, Die Cast
  • BAe Hawk T.Mk 1 Diecast Model

    CG-AA36003 Designed to meet an RAF requirement for a fast trainer to replace the Folland Gnat, the BaE Hawk first flew on August 21, 1974. This tandem two-seat aircraft has a distinctive appearance, with the front seat positioned below the rear seat so that the instructor has a clear view of the student's cockpit. The Hawk is subsonic in level flight but can achieve Mach 1.15 in a dive, giving trainees the experience of supersonic flight. Hawks are expensive to produce but durable and maneuverable enough to

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    Advanced, Die Cast, Maneuverable
  • Fairey Gannet AS.Mk 4 Diecast Model

    WT -SGE72002 -03 Designed as a carrier-based anti-submarine and airborne early warning aircraft, the Fairey Gannet was first flown on September 19, 1949. This mid-wing monoplane had a double turboprop engine with two contra-rotating propellers and was crewed by a pilot and two aerial observers. On June 19, 1950 it became the first turboprop aircraft to make a carrier deck landing when pilot G. Callingham touched down on the HMS Illustrious. In 1958 the Gannet underwent a major structural redesign, which

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    Die Cast, Helicopter
  • Curtiss P-40E Warhawk Diecast Model

    CG-AA35211 Designed to meet a USAAC requirement for a pursuit aircraft, the P-40 Warhawk was first flown on October 14th, 1938. This aircraft was tough, virtually trouble-free and saw continual improvements to arms, armor and engines. The P-40 served in numerous combat areas; often outclassed by its adversaries in speed, maneuverability and rate of climb, it earned a reputation for extreme ruggedness. Its strong construction, heavy firepower, and ability to dive enabled it to compete with enemy fighters,

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    Advanced, Die Cast, Maneuverable
  • Kawanishi H8K Emily Diecast Model

    AM-ACLB29 Designed to meet an Imperial Japanese Naval requirement for a larger flying boat than the H6K, the Kawanishi H8K was first flown on December 31st, 1940. In its first operational mission, the H8K set out to bomb Pearl Harbor, putting down in the pacific to refuel from a submarine. A long-range maritime reconnaissance aircraft, H8K (codenamed "Emily" by the Allies) with its impressive cannon armament, outstanding speed and ASV radar gave American submarines and ships great reason for concern. The

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    Ships, Ready Made, Die Cast
  • Grumman F-14A Tomcat Diecast Model

    HG-6528 Hogan Wings M-Series 6528 Grumman F-14A Tomcat Diecast Model USN NFWS TOPGUN, NAS Miramar, CA, 1992, IRIAF Scheme Grumman F-14A Tomcat In 1969, the US Navy established its Fighter Weapons School (NFWS), more popularly known as TOPGUN, at NAS Miramar, California. Its objective was to develop, refine and teach air combat maneuvering tactics and techniques to selected fleet air crews flying against aggressor squadrons. The aggressor aircraft are flown by TOPGUN instructors in a way that simulates the

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    Die Cast
  • Lockheed AC-130A Gunship Diecast Model

    AM-ACLB17 Designed to function as a troop, medical evacuation and cargo transport aircraft, the C-130 Hercules was first flown on August 23rd, 1954. Built by Lockheed and capable of over 40,000 lbs of payload, this four-engine turboprop aircraft is quite possibly the most versatile tactical transport in existence. Its modern roles include airlift and airdrop, electronic surveillance, search and rescue, space-capsule recovery, helicopter refueling and aerial attack. Capable of takeoffs and landings from

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    Airplane, Ready Made, Die Cast, Helicopter
  • Bell P-39Q Airacobra Diecast Model

    HM-HA1708 Designed as a single-engine high-altitude interceptor aircraft, the P-39 was first flown on April 6th, 1938. The main purpose of the engine configuration —placed behind the cockpit—was to free up space for the heavy main armament, a 37 mm cannon firing through the center of the propeller hub for optimum accuracy and stability. Unfortunately the Airacobra was vulnerable to any enemy fighter with decent high altitude performance, but its rear-mounted engine made it ideal for ground attack since

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    Die Cast
  • Aero Vodochody L-39C Albatros Diecast Model

    PM -40002 -6 $51 .95 Save 26% Designed in Czechoslovakia to meet the requirements for a trainer to replace the L-29 Delfin, the L-39 Albatros was first flown on November 4, 1969. This high-performance, single-engined aircraft was the first turbofan-powered trainer and the first "second generation" jet trainer. It is versatile enough to be used for light-attack missions as well as pilot training, and is also popular among private owners, especially in the U.S., where its relatively low price-tag (between

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    Metal, Airplane, Ready Made, Die Cast
  • Focke-Wulf Fw 190A Diecast Model

    AM-ACSL42 Designed by Kurt Tank, the Fw-190A was first flown on June 1st, 1939. This small, yet ferociously-powered aircraft was fast and maneuverable and packed a fierce armament package earning it the nickname "Butcher Bird". The wide landing gear, excellent visibility and high-altitude paddle-bladed propeller endeared it to pilots familiar with the shortcomings of its predecessor - the Messerschmitt Bf 109. Some of the Luftwaffe's most famous fighter aces flew the Fw 190. Many variants were produced

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    Tank, Die Cast, Maneuverable
  • Aero Vodochody L-39C Albatros Diecast Model

    PM -40002 -4 $51 .95 Save 26% Designed in Czechoslovakia to meet the requirements for a trainer to replace the L-29 Delfin, the L-39 Albatros was first flown on November 4, 1969. This high-performance, single-engined aircraft was the first turbofan-powered trainer and the first "second generation" jet trainer. It is versatile enough to be used for light-attack missions as well as pilot training, and is also popular among private owners, especially in the U.S., where its relatively low price-tag (between

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    Metal, Airplane, Ready Made, Die Cast
  • Aero Vodochody L-39C Albatros Diecast Model

    PM -40002 -5 $51 .95 Save 26% Designed in Czechoslovakia to meet the requirements for a trainer to replace the L-29 Delfin, the L-39 Albatros was first flown on November 4, 1969. This high-performance, single-engined aircraft was the first turbofan-powered trainer and the first "second generation" jet trainer. It is versatile enough to be used for light-attack missions as well as pilot training, and is also popular among private owners, especially in the U.S., where its relatively low price-tag (between

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    Metal, Airplane, Ready Made, Die Cast
  • Junkers Ju 88A-4 Diecast Model

    AM-ACLB04 Designed to meet a German requirement for a heavy dive bomber, the Ju 88 was first flown on December 21, 1936. Affectionately called "The Maid of all Work," the Ju 88 was one of the most versatile aircraft to serve in WWII. It was used as a bomber, dive bomber, heavy fighter, night fighter, torpedo bomber and reconnaissance aircraft, and was produced in more variants than any other WWII twin-engined German aircraft. The Ju 88 was so successful, in fact, that production continued almost

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    Ready Made, Die Cast
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