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Albatross D.V "Hermann Goring" (1:20)
Albatross D.V "Hermann Goring" (1:20) Sale Price: $215.95
Retail: $269.95
Availability: Normally Stocked
Item #: FGD5TE -

    The Albatros D.V was a fighter aircraft used by the Imperial German Air Service during World War I. The D.V was the final development of the Albatros D.I family, and the last Albatros fighter to see operational service. The D.V entered service in May 1917 and, like the D.III before it, immediately began experiencing structural failures of the lower wing. Furthermore, the D.V offered very little improvement in performance. This caused considerable dismay among frontline pilots, many of whom...

    F9C Sparrowhawk (1:20)
    F9C Sparrowhawk (1:20) Sale Price: $215.95
    Retail: $269.95
    Availability: Normally Stocked
    Item #: ACSF9CTE -

      The Curtiss F9C Sparrowhawk was a light 1930s biplane fighter aircraft. The Sparrowhawk is an example of a parasite fighter, a small airplane designed to be deployed from a larger aircraft such as an airship or bomber. It was ideal for service in the fighter complement of large rigid-framed airships because of its small size. Although the Sparrowhawk was armed, its primary duty was reconnaissance, and it provided the airships it served with a much wider search area. This handcrafted model is...

      Fokker D.VII (D7) (1:20)
      Fokker D.VII (D7) (1:20) Sale Price: $215.95
      Retail: $269.95
      Availability: Normally Stocked
      Item #: FGFD7TE -

        The Fokker D.VII was a German World War I fighter aircraft. In service, the D.VII quickly proved itself to be a formidable aircraft, it proved to have many important advantages over the Albatros and Pfalz scouts. Unlike the Albatros scouts, the D.VII could dive without any fear of structural failure. It was also noted for its high maneuverability and ability to climb at high angles of attack, its remarkably docile stall, and its reluctance to spin. It could literally "hang on its prop" without...

        Fokker Dr.1 "Red Baron" (1:20)
        Fokker Dr.1 "Red Baron" (1:20) Sale Price: $215.95
        Retail: $269.95
        Availability: Back Ordered, restock date unknown
        Item #: FGF3 -

          The Fokker Dr.I triplane was a World War I fighter aircraft, which saw widespread service in the spring of 1918. It became renowned as the aircraft in which Manfred von Richthofen gained his last 19 victories. During 1917, the Sopwith Triplane began to appear over the Western Front. The Sopwith swiftly proved itself superior to the Albatros fighters which were currently in use by the Luftstreitkr_fte. Fokker-Flugzeugwerke responded by converting an unfinished biplane prototype into the V.4, a...

          GeeBee -Z- (1:20)
          GeeBee -Z- (1:20) Sale Price: $175.95
          Retail: $219.95
          Availability: Normally Stocked
          Item #: KGBZTE -

            The Gee Bee Model Z was an American racing aircraft of the 1930s, the first of the Super Sportster aircraft built by Granville Brothers Aircraft. The Model Z was built with the sole intention of winning the Thompson Trophy, which it was successful, setting a speed record for land-based aircraft. Only one Model Z was built and unfortunately destroyed during a fatal crash while attempting to set a world speed record. The 1932 R-1 and its sister ship, the R-2, were the successors of the Model Z....

            GeeBee R-1 (1:20)
            GeeBee R-1 (1:20) Sale Price: $175.95
            Retail: $219.95
            Availability: Back Ordered, restock date unknown
            Item #: KGBTE -

              The Gee Bee Model R Super Sportster was a special purpose racing aircraft made by Granville Brothers Aircraft. The aircraft had a very peculiar design, Granville reasoned that a teardrop-shaped fuselage would have lower drag than a straight-tapered one, so the fuselage was wider than the engine at its widest point (at the wing attachment point). The cockpit was located very far aft, just in front of the vertical stabilizer, in order to give the racing pilot better vision while making crowded...

              Halls Bulldog Racer (1:20)
              Hall's Bulldog Racer (1:20) Sale Price: $129.95
              Retail: $249.95
              Availability: Normally Stocked
              Item #: KHBRTE -

                The Bulldog Racer was designed and built by Robert Hall, an engineering and test pilot in the early 1930s. Hall joined Granville Brothers Aircraft, where he was the chief engineer and help designed the Gee Bee Model Z racer. After a disagreement, Hall left the Granville Brothers and formed Hall Aircraft. There he designed the Bulldog racing aircraft, which he went on to race at the 1932 National Air Races. During the race, the Bulldog's speed was a disappointing 215.57 mph with a very top...

                Hughes 1-B (1:20)
                Hughes 1-B (1:20) Sale Price: $175.95
                Retail: $219.95
                Availability: Normally Stocked
                Item #: KH1BTE -

                  The Hughes H-1 was a racing aircraft built by Hughes Aircraft in 1935. It set a world airspeed record and a transcontinental speed record across the United States. The H-1 Racer was the last aircraft built by a private individual to set the world speed record; every aircraft to hold the honor since has been a military design. This handcrafted model is painted in the same paint scheme as the original and is painstakingly built from Philippine mahogany by our skilled craftsmen. Perfect as a gift...

                  LC-DW Super Solution (1:20)
                  LC-DW Super Solution (1:20) Sale Price: $207.95
                  Retail: $259.95
                  Availability: Normally Stocked
                  Item #: KCLSS31TE -

                    The Laird Solution was a conventional geared biplane with a welded steel fuselage and aircraft fabric covering. The Laird Solution was also called the Laird LC-DW Solution, Laird LC-DW300 Super Solution and Laird LC-DW500 Super Solution. In 1930 Matty Laird was commissioned to build a racing plane based on the Laird Speedwing for the 1930 Thompson Trophy race. Laird entered the Solution with Charles "Speed" Holman as the pilot and won. A second aircraft was built for the 1931 Bendix Trophy...

                    LTR-14 Meteor (1:20)
                    LTR-14 Meteor (1:20) Sale Price: $183.95
                    Retail: $229.95
                    Availability: Normally Stocked
                    Item #: KLTR14MTE -

                      The Laird-Turner RT-14 Meteor is a conventional geared mid-wing monoplane with a radial engine built in California. The Meteor goes by many names including: Turner TR-14, Ring Free Meteor, PESCO Special, Miss Champion, Turner Special and the Turner Meteor. The aircraft was commissioned and designed by Roscoe Turner and then modified by Mattie Laird, changes included longer wings, wing flaps, fuselage and larger fuel tank. The Meteor is the winning aircraft of the 1938 and 1939 Thompson Trophy...

                      Macchi Castoli M.C. 72 (1/20 Scale)
                      Macchi Castoli M.C. 72 (1/20 Scale) Sale Price: $223.95
                      Retail: $279.95
                      Availability: Normally Stocked
                      Item #: MCMC72W -

                        The Macchi M.C. 72 was an experimental seaplane designed and built by the Italian aircraft company Macchi Aeronautica, the M.C. 72 was just one of the series built by Macchi. It was built in 1931 with the idea of competing for the final Schneider Trophy race, but due to engine problems, the M.C. 72 was unable to compete. Instead of halting development, Macchi continued work on the M.C. 72 and in 1933 and 1934, it set a world record speed for seaplanes which still stands to this day. Five M.C....

                        Macchi Castoli M.C. 72 (1:20)
                        Macchi Castoli M.C. 72 (1:20) Sale Price: $231.95
                        Retail: $289.95
                        Availability: Normally Stocked
                        Item #: KMC72TE -

                          The Macchi M.C. 72 was an experimental seaplane designed and built by the Italian aircraft company Macchi Aeronautica, the M.C. 72 was just one of the series built by Macchi. It was built in 1931 with the idea of competing for the final Schneider Trophy race, but due to engine problems, the M.C. 72 was unable to compete. Instead of halting development, Macchi continued work on the M.C. 72 and in 1933 and 1934, it set a world record speed for seaplanes which still stands to this day. Five M.C....