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Blackburn Buccaneer S.2 XW538/S, RAF No.16 Squadron, RAF Gutersloh (1:72)
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Blackburn Buccaneer S.2 XW538/S, RAF No.16 Squadron, RAF Gutersloh (1:72) Sale Price: $82.95
Retail: $107.95
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    Blackburn Buccaneer S.2 XW538/S, RAF No.16 Squadron, Gutersloh, November 1977As one of the most capable low-level strike aircraft of the Cold War period, the Blackburn Buccaneer originally entered service with the Royal Navy to counter the threat of a massive Soviet Naval expansion programme. Rather than build new ships of their own, the thinking at the time was to use their new strike jet to destroy the new Soviet ships with a combination of conventional and nuclear weapons. Following the...

    Curtiss Hawk (P-40 Warhawk) 81-A-2 P8127 White 47, Robert R.T Smith, 3rd Sqn AVG (1:72)
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    Curtiss Hawk (P-40 Warhawk) 81-A-2 P8127 'White 47', Robert 'R.T' Smith, 3rd Sqn AVG (1:72) Sale Price: $61.95
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    Item #: AA28104 -

      Curtiss Hawk 81-A-2 P8127 'White 47', Robert 'R.T' Smith, 3rd Squadron American Volunteer Group, Kunming, China, June 1942 As some of the most celebrated pilots in the history of air warfare, the Flying Tigers of the 1st American Volunteer Group achieved incredible success against overwhelming odds in their robust but ageing Curtiss Fighters, at a time when Japanese forces were advancing across vast areas of the Pacific region. A volunteer force of just 100 pilots, equipped with aircraft...

      English Electric Lightning F6 XR728/JS , RAF Binbrook (1:48)
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      English Electric Lightning F6 XR728/JS , RAF Binbrook (1:48) Sale Price: $178.95
      Retail: $232.95
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        NEW TOOLINGEnglish Electric/BAC Lightning F.6 XR728/JS, RAF Binbrook Station Commander's aircraft, liveried as Lightning Training Flight. Now preserved by the Lightning Preservation Group, Bruntingthorpe Airfield Leicestershire.If the Supermarine Spitfire is considered to be Britain's most famous piston engined fighter, then its direct jet powered counterpart was certainly the superlative English Electric Lightning. Representing a huge leap in aviation technology the Lightning introduced the...

        Fokker DR.1 Triplane 213/17 K, Lt. Friedrich Fritz Kempf, Jasta 2 Boelcke, Proville by Cambrai Aerodrome, France, May 1917 (1:48)
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        Fokker DR.1 Triplane 213/17 'K', Lt. Friedrich 'Fritz' Kempf, Jasta 2 'Boelcke', Proville by Cambrai Aerodrome, France, May 1917 (1:48) Sale Price: $68.95
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        Item #: AA38306 -

          Fokker DR.1 Triplane 213/17 'K', Lt. Friedrich 'Fritz' Kempf, Jasta 2 'Boelcke', Proville by Cambrai Aerodrome, France, May 1917The pace of aviation development throughout the First World War was nothing short of astonishing and saw the aeroplane become a critical component of any future military planning. Initially required to allow accurate observation of enemy positions and troop movements, it quickly became apparent that denying the enemy the ability to obtain this type of reconnaissance...

          Gloster Sea Gladiator N5519/G6A, No. 802 NAS, HMS Glorious, 1939 (1:72)
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          Gloster Sea Gladiator N5519/G6A, No. 802 NAS, HMS Glorious, 1939 (1:72) Sale Price: $54.95
          Retail: $71.95
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          Item #: AA36211 -

            Gloster Sea Gladiator N5519/G6A, No,802 Naval Air Squadron, HMS Glorious, June 1939The beautiful Gloster Gladiator represented the absolute pinnacle of biplane �ghter design, but entered service just as the �rst of the fast monoplane �ghters were already dictating the future of aerial warfare. A thoroughbred aircraft in every sense of the word, the Gladiator was the last biplane �ghter to enter RAF service and the �rst to feature a fully enclosed cockpit. Highly manoeuvrable and extremely fast...

            Hawker Hurricane Mk.1 N2359/YB-J, "Winged Popeye", RAF No.17 Sqn (1:72)
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            Hawker Hurricane Mk.1 N2359/YB-J, "Winged Popeye", RAF No.17 Sqn (1:72) Sale Price: $62.95
            Retail: $81.95
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            Item #: AA27606 -

              Hawker Hurricane Mk.1 N2359/YB-J, 'Winged Popeye', P.O Leonard Walter Stevens, RAF No.17 Squadron, Debden 1940Responsible for destroying more enemy aircraft during the Battle of Britain than the combined total of the rest of Britain's defences, the Hawker Hurricane was the workhorse aircraft of Fighter Command's de�ant resistance against the Luftwaffe. A stable gun platform, the Hurricane was relatively simple to �y and even easier to maintain and could be produced much quicker than the...

              Hawker Typhoon lB RB389/I8-P Pulverizer IV, No.440 Squadron RCAF City of Ottawa (1:72)
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              Hawker Typhoon lB RB389/I8-P 'Pulverizer IV', No.440 Squadron RCAF 'City of Ottawa' (1:72) Sale Price: $62.95
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                Hawker Typhoon lB RB389/I8-P 'Pulverizer IV', No.440 Squadron RCAF 'City of Ottawa'As far as names painted on the side of aircraft used during the Second World War are concerned, there can hardly be a more appropriate one than the name given to Hawker Typhoon RB389, flown by Canadian pilot Flt. Lt. Harry Hardy. Known as 'Pulverizer IV', the Typhoon was something of an airborne battering ram, providing close air support to advancing ground units and pounding German strongpoints, armour and...

                Messerschmitt Bf 110E-2 G9+LN, Oblt. Heinz-Wolfgang Schnaufer, 5./NJG.1, St Trond, Belgium June 1942 (1:72)
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                Messerschmitt Bf 110E-2 G9+LN, Oblt. Heinz-Wolfgang Schnaufer, 5./NJG.1, St Trond, Belgium June 1942 (1:72) Sale Price: $76.95
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                Item #: AA38507 -

                  Messerschmitt Bf 110E-2 G9+LN, Oblt. Heinz-Wolfgang Schnaufer, 5./NJG.1, St Trond, Belgium June 1942 Although the Messerschmitt Bf 110 heavy fighter proved to be something of a disappointment during the dogfights of the Battle of Britain, it did continue to serve successfully in a number of roles throughout WWII and developed into a particularly formidable Nightfighter. With many of the world's most successful Nightfighter aces flying the Bf 110 during their operational careers, this night...

                  Messerschmitt Bf-109E-4 , Fahnrich Hans-Joachim Marseille, "White 14" 1940 (1:72)
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                  Messerschmitt Bf-109E-4 , Fahnrich Hans-Joachim Marseille, "White 14" 1940 (1:72) Sale Price: $59.99
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                    Messerschmitt Bf 109E-4, W.Nr. 3579 "White 14", Fahnrich Hans Joachim Marseille, 1.(J)/LG.2, Calais-Marck airfield, France, September 1940As one of the most successful fighter aircraft of all time, the diminutive Messerschmitt Bf 109 saw service throughout the Second World War and was the mount of more air combat "aces" than any other aircraft in history. This particular "Emil" (W.Nr.3579) was responsible for launching the combat career of one of the most celebrated fighter pilots of all time,...

                    P-51D Mustang 44-13586/C5-T "Hurry Home Honey", USAAF (1:72)
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                    P-51D Mustang 44-13586/C5-T "Hurry Home Honey", USAAF (1:72) Sale Price: $62.95
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                      North American P-51D Mustang 44-13586/C5-T 'Hurry Home Honey', Capt. Richard A 'Pete' Peterson, 364th Fighter Squadron, 357th Fighter Group, Leiston, Suffolk July 1944The red and yellow checked noses of the USAAF 357th Fighter Group became a familiar sight in the skies above enemy occupied Europe in the �nal months of WWII and served both to reassure US Bomber crews that their 'Little Friends' were in attendance and to warn attacking Luftwaffe �ghters that they were facing an elite �ghting...

                      Panavia Tornado GR.4 ZA461, RAF No.15 Squadron, Special Scheme (1:72)
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                      Panavia Tornado GR.4 ZA461, RAF No.15 Squadron, Special Scheme (1:72) Sale Price: $96.95
                      Retail: $126.95
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                      Item #: AA33617 -

                        Panavia Tornado GR.4 ZA461, RAF No.15 Squadron, Lossiemouth, Special Centenary SchemeAs we fast approach the Centenary year of the Royal Air Force in 2018, we can expect this signi�cant occasion to attract plenty of media attention and form the basis of a spectacular Airshow year. In advance of these commemorations, a number of individual RAF Squadrons have already marked their Centenary years and delighted aviation enthusiasts by presenting one of their aircraft in a special commemorative...

                        Sopwith Camel F.1 B6313, Major William George Billy Barker, C/O RAF No.139 Squadron, Italy September 1918 (1:48)
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                        Sopwith Camel F.1 B6313, Major William George 'Billy' Barker, C/O RAF No.139 Squadron, Italy September 1918 (1:48) Sale Price: $68.95
                        Retail: $89.95
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                        Item #: AA38108 -

                          Sopwith Camel F.1 B6313, Major William George 'Billy' Barker, C/O RAF No.139 Squadron, Italy September 1918The agile and highly manoeuvrable Sopwith Camel was without doubt one of the most successful Fighter aircraft of the First World War and accounted for more enemy aircraft destroyed than any other British type. Named Camel as a result of the hump shaped fairing that housed the two 0.303 in Vickers machine guns, this supreme Fighter aircraft was a real handful to operate effectively, with...