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So many brands, still so many kits!

Postby vhcguys » Sat Jun 29, 2019 12:44 pm

We're walking up and down the aisles again and we are seeing even more new things we didn't see before! Just click on any of the images to see it all on the website, to see if its still in stock, how much and more!

This bizzare looking twin engined biplane seaplane (wow what a mouthful) saw French Military service in WW1!
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Copper State Models new Lanchester armoured car in 1/35th scale is an interesting new release - never been seen in kit form before we believe!
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Copper State's first release is in store we see, and reviews say this is a top notch build - with full etch and cockpit interior in the box!
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The grey nurse is back! Eduard's popular 1/48 Weekend kit of the Mk VIII looks pretty good! Image

We see a limited edition Eduard release of 1/72 D-Day Spittys - get those stripe brushes ready! Wait - there are masks!
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Das Werk's initial release is back on the shelf - Panzer IIs not included haha!
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AZ Models Chipmunk - always a popular RCAF conversion - is on the shelf!
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RAAF Mitchell fans rejoice - the silver-skinned B-25J is in store as well!
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More Aussie Spitfires! This time in 1/72, AZ Models takes on the Mk VIII as it saw service in New Guinea.
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And another Grey Nurse! In 1/72 scale, there's always room for those shark mouths! Image

Not your everyday 1950s era jet! The Supermarine Attacker represents the swan song of straight winged fighters on carrier decks.
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Twin kits in one box, Eduard's 1/48 Emil set represents 109s at the onset of the Great Patriotic War!
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More Grey Nurses from Eduard - this time in Profipack form! Whoops - there it goes (customer just got it)
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Hasegawa kits, Eduard box, icing and trimmings - can't get any better than these late war Liberators!
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Following suit with their popular F-4J series, Academy has returned with another colourful CAG bird - from VF-102 - the Diamondbacks!
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Sliding in under the radar is a wonderful Mirage IIIBE in 1/48 scale - Kinetic's next RAAF Mirage as we would like to see it!
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KP Models is a welcome upgrade from the old Airfix release of the DH-88 Comet - in red racer form!
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We have not seen this in 1/72 before right? Stage an invasion of Crete with a flotilla of these German gliders - in 1/72 of course.
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We always see kits of P-51Ds, but H models are pretty rare for a popular subject. RS Models fills in that gap!
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Now here is a subject that we feel is a long time coming - and well deserved. Charles Lindbergh's Ryan NYP "Spirit of St Louis" is a historic aircraft worth building!
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Photo recon aircraft are rare in the air, and even rarer in kit form. So its refreshing to see the P-38 in high altitude blue as the F-4/F-4A Lightning!
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Talk about the obscure! Its an Easy Eight hull with a bump for a turret according to Ross.
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Seeing service in Vietnam, the US LVT has a FSV version that's tough to miss. A worthy return (and retool) by AFV Club!
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It's back! For those of you who missed it the first time around, time to get that B-24J to match the Moorabin rebuild!
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Well hello there. Airfix got all the attention when they did their Sundy, but Special Hobby will not be outdone. Time will tell of this will be a better kit, but the brand does excel!
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Oddball kit it is - but look at those colours! Eastern Express brings us a 1/144 Short Skyvan - and lookit - with Ansett markings!
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