The Bristol Beaufighter was a versatile aircraft used by the Royal Air
Force for a number of roles during WWII. This kit may be assembled as
either a Mk.VI fighter version or a Mk.VI Coastal Command version. The
short nose, thick wings, and angled horizontal stabilizers are all
Nicknamed "The Wooden Wonder" due to its nearly all-wood construction,
the de Havilland Mosquito was initially conceived as a fast, unarmed
bomber and went on to serve in that and many other roles during WWII.
This kit depicts the NF Mk.II nightfighter and FB Mk.VI fighter-bomber
Originally designed as a carrier-borne attack aircraft, the Skyraider eventually had a distinguished career which spanned over thirty years. The A-1J variant which was introduced in 1956 equipped the U.S. Air Force, which employed it as an escort for search and rescue helicopters as well as in the n..
Among the many variants of the Focke-Wulf Fw 190 that were produced
during WWII, the D-9 is one of the most recognized. It entered service
in September 1944 and was notable for its switch from the previous
radial engine to a liquid-cooled V-12 engine for even higher
performance. This kit acc..
As the situation became more desperate for the German forces near the
end of WWII, a call was made for a new inexpensive jet fighter that
would be simple to produce and fly. In the amazingly short span of 3
months from drawing board to first flight of the prototype, Heinkel
produced the smal..
The He 219 was arguably the Luftwaffe's best nightfighter during WWII
and was notable for an extraordinary debut mission in June 1943 when a
prototype shot down five RAF Lancaster bombers. This kit depicts the
final production variant, the A-7, which was equipped with DB 603G
engines for imp..
The P-38 Lightning was developed by Lockheed in response to a 1937 proposal from the United States Army Air Corps. Its twin V12 engines were housed one each in twin booms that stretched back to the tailplane, flanking a central nacelle containing the cockpit and weaponry. A combination of superb ran..
The Messerschmitt Bf 109 served from the first to the last day of WWII.
This kit depicts the E-3 variant which was used by the Luftwaffe during
the invasions of Belgium, the Netherlands, France, as well as the Battle
of Britain in the early stages of the war. One pilot figure and three marking..
The Messerschmitt Bf 109E was the Luftwaffe's mainstay fighter in the
early stages of WWII. This kit depicts the E-4, which was produced from
May 1940 and saw extensive action during the Battle of Britain, and the
E-7, which was fitted with a drop tank for increased range. The angular
The revolutionary Messerschmitt Me262 was the first jet powered plane to see service. The construction of pre-production aircraft designated Me262 A-0 started in April 1944 but the fighter production version that should have been the first version to be mass-produced was delayed because of Hitler's ..
This kit depicts the B-variant of the legendary P-51 Mustang, which
differed from the later P-51D in several important ways, including the 'Razorback'-style fuselage. Parts are included for two 500lb bombs, two
drop tanks, and one pilot figure. Three marking options are also
This kit depicts the D-variant of the P-51 Mustang, which is considered
by many to be the greatest fighter aircraft of WWII. The famous form of
the P-51D, including its radiator and laminar-flow wing, is accurately
reproduced. The flaps may be assembled in lowered position. One pilot