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  • K328 ITA335 STIRLING MK.I 1:72 (STIRLING MK.I 1:72)
    Colour Instructions Sheet -Contains Photo-Etched Parts

    The Short Stirling was the first four-engined British heavy bomber of the Second World War. The design had high wing, four engines and the cabin elevated over the fuselage. The airframe was fully made in metal. Another features that characterised the bomber was the impressive size of the landing gears. The first bombers went to equip the Royal Air Force Bomber Command Squadrons from the end of 1940. The Operational status was reached on January 1941 and the first war mission was dated February 1941 against logistic installation in Rotterdam. Stirling Mk. I was able to carry a significant offensive load of over 6,000 Kg of bombs and was armed with eight 7.7 mm machine guns for defence. However the performance and the reliability of the Stirling was not so impressive and it was replaced, in just two years, by more modern and efficient bombers such as the Halifax and the Lancaster.

    Type: Bombers and reconnaissance aircraft's
    Period: Second World War
    Country: Great Britain
    Model Dim.: 36,9 cm
    Box Dim.: 440 x 270 x 70 mm
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    R599.00
  • K456 ITA6531 JAGDPANZER 38(T) HETZER 1:35 (K456 ITA6531 JAGDPANZER 38(T) HETZER 1:35)
    Born on the reliable and proven Panzerkampfwagen 38t light tank chassis, the Hetzer was set in the second half of 1943 to equip the German Army with a light tank destroyer more cost effective than the bigger and heavier Jagdpanther and Jagdtiger. The main features of the project were : a low profile, a good armoured compared to the size, and a good fire power guarantee by the use of the 75 mm. anti tank gun. Further more other important developing drivers were the possibility to produce easily and at a low cost. The Hetzer entered in service in the second half of 1944 and it was extremely effective and lethal even against the most powerful Allied tanks.

    Type: Tanks
    Period: Second World War
    Country: Germany
    Skill: 3
    Model Dim.: 18,2 cm
    Box Dim.: 345 x 242 x 48 mm
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    R431.00
  • K355 ITA68001 THE PARTHENON (THE PARTHENON)
    Easy assembled model kit with an interlocking technique 
    The box includes also the plastic parts for realizing the temple and Reference Leaflet

    Interior: reproduction of Athena Parthenos, decorations, marble, floor and columns.

    Inside the Reference Leaflet with historical features, instruction and color indication

    In ancient times Athens was built around the hill of the Acropolis, on a plain bordered by two small rivers, the Eridanus in the north and the Ilisos in the south. Today the area is only dominated by the Parthenon.
    The great temple, which Pericles entrusted to the care of the architects Ictinus and Callicrates and to the artistic supervision of Phidias, was built between 447 and 432 B.C. to replace the previous archaic building, called Hekatòmpedon, which literally means “one hundred feet long”. Built in pentelic marble in Doric style, the Parthenon was internally divided into two main rooms: the cell, with the statue of Athena
    Partenos (“the Virgin”), made by Phidias in gold and ivory and high over 12 metres; on the back, the real Parthenon, a colonnaded hall reserved to the young virgins engaged in the worship of the goddess. The decoration of the friezes, which was assigned to Pidias, the greatest sculptor of the time, contributed to make the temple even more beautiful temple, making it a formidable vehicle of complex ideological messages.

    Skill: 1
    Model Dim.: 15 x 29 cm
    Box Dim.: 345 x 242 x 60 mm
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    R408.00
  • K514 ITA3685 LAMBORGHINI DIABLO 1:24 (ITA3685 LAMBORGHINI DIABLO 1:24)
    The Diablo was produced between 1990 and 2001. During this period, Lamborghini introduced several variations of the Diablo concept, the first being the Diablo VT (Visco Traction), which featured an all-wheel drive. The Diablo was destined to become the worthy heir of the renowned Miura and Countach. This newsupercar was wide, low and futuristic. And just like its predecessors, the Diablo soon became a favorite among car enthusiasts across the world. The Diablo models helped build the legend of Lamborghini and sold well. Almost 3,000 units across all series and variations found their buyers in those eleven years of evolution. The Lamborghini bosses had wished for a maximum speed of at least 320 kph, and the engineers made this wish come true: With a top speed of 325 kph and an acceleration from 0-100 in 4.5 seconds the Diablo claimed the pole position in the super sports cars segment. It delivered its power via a rear-wheel drive and came with a newly developed V12 engine. Four valves per cylinder, a computer controlled multi-point fuel injection and a displacement of 5.7 liters helped produce a maximum of 492 HP.

    Type: Classic and modern cars
    Period: Modern
    Country: Italy
    Skill: 3
    Model Dim.: 18,6 cm
    Box Dim.: 345 x 242 x 60 mm
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    R407.00
  • K301 ITA3109 LEONARDO DA VINCI CLOCK (K301 ITA3109 LEONARDO DA VINCI CLOCK)
    That genius of Leonardo Da Vinci doesn't need any presentation. All his inventions and ideas written by him in the Atlantic Code were in many senses forefront. Many of these, that today we take for granted, are based on its thoughts and visions. Regarding the clock, Leonardo da Vinci wasn't the inventor, he only improved it. The clock have two separated mechanism: one for the hours and the other for the minutes, everyone made by an elaborated connection between weights, gears and ropes.

    Country: Italy
    Model Dimensions: 25cm x 13 cm
    Box Dimensions: 313 x 218 x 60 mm
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    R388.00
  • K512 ITA3104 BOMBARDA MULTIPLA CANNON SHIP (ITA3104 MULTI CANNON GUNSHIP )
    The first page of Leonardo's Codex Atlanticus shows a mysterious drawing. Analyzing its details, we discover that it is a circular mechanism with sixteen radial guns. The central mechanism looks like a boat moved by a double paddle. This secret weapon could be a circular warship that could rotate and fire in a 360 degree arc. The central gear wheels allowed for independent movement of the two mechanical paddles. If while firing the ship rotates, the crew can open, clean and reload the gun that is quickly ready to fire again. 
    A round shield can protect the vessel, making it a warship with 18 bombards.

    Box Size (mm): 313 X 218 X 60
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    R359.00
  • K510 ITA3101 SELF PROPELLIMG CART ( ITA3101 SELF PROPELLIMG CART)
    This model represents one of Leonardo da Vinci's most intriguing designs. It has been known as "Leonardo's Automobile" but recent studies consider it one of the first robots in history. The machine is drawn on folio 812/r/ of the Codex Atlanticus together with other devices. The robot's engine is hidden internally: a spring held fast by a stopping mechanism trasmits motion to the gears that move the wheels on the sides.
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    R359.00
  • K581 ITA5618 PT-109 CREW 1:35 (K581 ITA5618 PT-109 CREW 1:35)
    THE BOX CONTAINS 7 FIGURES PLUS ACCESSORIES

    Type: Figure SOLDIERS
    Period: Second World War
    Country: United States
    Box Dim.: 290 x 190 x 45 mm
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    R319.00
  • K604 ITA1403 TORNADO IDS 60TH ANNIVERSARY 1:72 (K604 ITA1403 TORNADO IDS 60TH ANNIVERSARY 1:72)
    SUPER DECALS SHEET - COLOR INSTRUCTION SHEET

    The first November 1956 the Reparto Sperimentale Volo flight group of the Italian Air Force was born. The department was soon identified by the number 311 that is still present nowadays on the planes. To celebrate the sixty years of activities a dedicated commemorative livery has been developed and adopted on a Tornado IDS. It has been used during the commemorative event of' October 2016 ant it has generated a great interest and an impressive success. Today the “311” flight group is one of the most advanced aeronautical testing and experimental centres in the World and it is formed by highly trained and skilled personnel. The Tornado IDS, was developed by a partnership program, during the '70s, between Italy, Britain and Germany to develop a modern multi-role combat aircraft air attack. With almost 1,000 units produced, the Tornado is a milestone of the military aviation. 

    Type: Fighter aircrafts
    Period: Modern
    Country: Italy
    Skill: 3
    Model Dimensions: 25,4 cm
    Box Dimensions: 290 x 190 x 45 mm
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    R311.00
  • K580 ITA5616 VOSPER MTB CREW 1:35 (K580 ITA5616 VOSPER MTB CREW 1:35)
    THE BOX CONTAINS 7 FIGURES PLUS ACCESSORIES

    Type: Figure SOLDIERS
    Period: Second World War
    Country: Great Britain
    Box Dim.: 290 x 190 x 45 mm
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    R285.00
  • K331 ITA2507 SOPWITH CAMEL 1:32 (SOPWITH CAMEL 1:32)
    Decals for 4 Versions

    The famous Sopwith Camel was a British First World War biplane-fighter used by Royal Flying Corps squadrons since 1917. It had a short-coupled fuselage and a powerful rotary engine. It was mainly characterized by an incredible manoeuvrability . Furthermore it was the first British fighter equipped with two 7,7 mm Vickers synchronized machine guns firing forward through the propeller disc. It was able to guarantee a better performance than other fighters such as Sopwith Pup and Triplane. The Sopwith Camel was in fact the Allied fighter with the highest number of victories in dogfights and with the highest number of enemy planes shot down. Since mid of 1918, due to enemy fighters rapid evolution, it was outclassed in pure fighter role and mainly used as ground attack aircraft.

    Type: Fighter aircraft's
    Period: First World War
    Country: Great Britain
    Model Dim.: 17,8 cm
    Box Dim.: 290 x 190 x 45 mm
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    R268.00
  • K566 ITA1207 F/A-22 RAPTOR 1:72 (ITA1207 F/A-22 RAPTOR 1:72)
    The F-22 Raptor represents the new air superiority fighter presently under construction for the U.S. Air Force. It will eventually substitute the F-15 Eagles which have been in service since the late seventies. The Raptor design uses the most recent engine technologies to reach super-sonic speed without afterburners. Furthermore it will be equipped with highly sophisticated electronic equipment for its weapons control. The weapons are carried inside the fuselage to avoid radar detection and to improve the planes aerodynamic features. 


    Scale: 1 : 72 
    Box Size (mm): 345 X 242 X 48 
    Model Length (cm): 24 
    Country: United States
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    R252.00
  • K507 ITA1381 GULF WAR MIRAGE 2000C 1:72 (K507 ITA1381 GULF WAR MIRAGE 2000C 1:72)
    The Dassault Mirage 2000C is a single-seat air superiority fighter and it has been a reference point for the French aircraft production. Entered in service in the first part of 80’s, it maintained the typical “delta wing” aerodynamic design but, compared to the previous generation French fighters, the Mirage 2000 has adopted significant technical improvements. Thanks to its SNECMA afterburning turbofan engine, it is able to reach the speed of Mach 2.2. It has a great maneuverability and it can carry a various set of offensive weapons. The Mirage 2000C is often considered the first new generation fighter, produced in Europe, to be entered in operational service. The main user has been the French Armée de l’Air that used the Mirage 2000C during Gulf War on 1991.

    Type: Fighter aircrafts
    Period: Modern
    Country: France
    Skill: 3
    Model Dim.: 19,9 cm
    Box Dim.: 290 x 190 x 45 mm
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    R248.00
  • K564 ITA005 KAMOV KA- 52 "ALLIGATOR" 1:72 (ITA005 KAMOV KA-52 "ALLIGATOR" 1:72)
    The Alligator is the twin seat version of the combat helicopter Kamov 50 Hokum which has been under development for the Soviet Armed Forces for about a decade. The KA-52 is characterized through a new cockpit with two side-by-side seats. The front section of the fuselage was also completely re-designed to accomodate the vast assortment of electronic and radar equipment as well as night vision equipment to enable the use of a substantial assortment of weapon systems.


    Scale: 1 : 72 
    Box Size (mm): 290 X 190 X 45 
    Model Length (cm): 22 
    Country: Russia
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    R203.00
  • K635 ITA7055 KFZ.305 AMBULANCE (K635 ITA7055 KFZ.305 AMBULANCE)
    The Opel Blitz medium truck was used extensively by the German Army on all fronts during World War Two. Several thousand of them were produced. They were also used as platforms for anti-aircraft weaponry and tanker, workshop and ambulance versions were made. Of sturdy construction and easy to maintain, it also featured good off-road performance which made it invaluable in both the Russian and African campaigns. 

    Scale 1 : 72 
    Box Size (mm) 258 X 162 X 38 
    Country Germany 
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    R177.00
  • K504 ITA086 F-51D MUSTANG 1:72 (ITA086 F-51D MUSTANG 1:72)
    The Mustang is one of the worlds best known airplanes and was without doubt the best fighter plane of World War II. It was built in record time in 1943 for the European campaign and was well suited to fight the BF-109s and FW-190s of the German Luftwaffe. 

    Scale:: 1 : 72 
    Box Size (mm): 258 X 162 X 38 
    Model Length (cm) 14 
    Country United States 
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    R175.00
  • K578 ITA317 ZUNDAPP KS750 WITH SIDECAR 1:35 (K578 ITA317 ZUNDAPP KS750 WITH SIDECAR 1:35)
    The Treaty of Versailles forbade the reconstruction of the German army. Nevertheless, its commanders evaded the obstacle by introducing vehicles of the civil production, which was not subject to any limitations. Thus they set up entire companies equipped with motor vehicles, developing in this way a “motorized mentality” among the crews. The Zündapp. with a production total of 18.000 units due to its structure which guaranteed easy and economical handling - was considered one of the most modern accomplishments of the age in the field of motorcycle construction. Because of its extraordinary qualities, the Zündapp could follow and escort the tank units of the Wehrmacht and the Waffen-SS to all theatres of operations, especially in Russia, since the side car was even furnished with heating for hands and feet of the man. Zündapps were distributed to all units of the armed forces, Only after 1943, they were replaced by 4-wheel vehicles.

    CONTAINS 3 FIGURES

    Type: Military vehicles
    Period: Second World War
    Country: Germany
    Model Dim.: 6,6 cm
    Box Dim.: 258 x 162 x 38 mm
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    R173.00
  • K608 ITA6019 TEUTONIC KNIGHTS 1:72 (K608 ITA6019 TEUTONIC KNIGHTS 1:72)
    This military and monastic order appeared in the Holy Land at the times of the third crusade but it focused its activity in the colonization of Eastern Russia, Poland and Baltic countries, bringing Catholicism in the East. In 1199 Pope Innocent 3rd gave them the white surcoats with a black cross that became the insignia of the order. In 1242, the knights of the Order were defeated in the battle of Lake Peipus by Alexander Nevsky, prince of Novgorod.

    Period: Middle ages
    Country: Others
    Model Dim.: 17 cm
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    R166.00
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