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Folland Gnat T.1
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A02105 - Folland Gnat T.1

About the Aircraft:

The diminutive Folland Gnat was originally developed as a light and affordable jet fighter, but went on to be used extensively by the Royal Air Force as an advanced fast jet training aircraft. Entering RAF service in 1959, the Gnat was responsible for training many hundreds of future fast jet pilots during its 20 year service career.

About the Model:

Whether you're in search for a more sleek and stylish aircraft or looking to add a splash of colour to your collection, then the Folland Gnat T.1 is the perfect choice! Featuring two brilliant choices of livery schemes as well as 49 pieces in each set, the Gnat will make the perfect addition to your Airfix model range, as well as a gift for both younger and long-time model makers.

Scheme 1: RAF 4 FTS XS100/57 (1970).

Scheme 2: Oscar EW-5894 Fallus USS Essess 1991.

 BAE SYSTEMS is a registered trade mark of BAE Systems plc.

deHavilland Tiger Moth
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A02106 - deHavilland Tiger Moth

About the Aircraft:

Still a familiar sight at airfields all over the world, the de Havilland Tiger Moth primary trainer made its first flight back in 1931 and went on to provide British and Commonwealth air forces with thousands of trained pilots for their operational squadrons. Performing a similar role to this day, the Tiger Moth allows prospective Warbird pilots to gain valuable experience in flying a tail-dragger aircraft. 

About the Model:

From its eye-catching livery to impressive service history, the Tiger Moth will truly complete any military or aircraft model range! With a choice of two schemes, contaiuning 42 pieces and measuring 102mm in length, the Tiger Moth Airfix kit will be adored by both new and experienced collectors alike.

Scheme 1: De Havilland DH.82a Tiger Moth Royal Naval Air Station Abbotsinch, Paisley, Scotland, 1962.

Scheme 2: De Havilland DH.82a Tiger Moth No,12 Local Air Supply Unit (LASU), Kiarivu Airfield, Papua New Guinea, August 1945.

BAE SYSTEMS is a registered trade mark of BAE Systems plc.

Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vc
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A02108 - Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vc

About the Aircraft:

A much more complicated aeroplane than the Hawker Hurricane which preceded it into RAF service, the Spitfire represented the pinnacle of aviation design when the first examples were delivered to No.19 Squadron at Duxford in the summer of 1938. As the clouds of war were gathering, the RAF were going to need as many of these magnificent aeroplanes as they could get. 

The Spitfire's Finest Hour came during the savage dogfights of the Battle of Britain, where the enduring reputation of this iconic fighter was secured in a four month struggle for aerial supremacy in the skies above Southern England. Fighting alongside the more numerous Hawker Hurricanes, Fighter Command thwarted the Luftwaffe in their attempt to clear the skies of British fighters and effectively removed the immediate threat of German invasion. Following the end of the Battle of Britain and a period of rest and replenishment, the RAF were ready to go on the offensive, with raids across the Channel selecting targets of opportunity and attempting to lure the Luftwaffe into combat. The Spitfire has the distinction of being the only Allied fighter to be in continuous production throughout the Second World War and was constantly upgraded to keep it at the forefront or wartime fighter technology. The Spitfire Mk.V combined the additional power of the Rolls Royce Merlin 45 engine with the original Mk.I/II airframe (plus a number of design improvements for the proposed future Mk.III) and proved to be more than a match for the latest Luftwaffe fighter. Spitfire Mk.V fighters were produced at a spectacular rate with almost 6,500 manufactured. Seeing service in every theatre the Allies contested the war, Spitfire Mk.Vs fought in the home defence role above the deserts of North Africa and jungles of the Far East. 

Introduction of the Spitfires C or Universal Wing was something of an engineering triumph and provided the fighter with a wing capable of supporting various weapons configurations. The new wing strengthened the undercarriage, making the challenging ground handling a little more manageable for pilots. In order to preserve engine life whilst operating in hot and dusty airfield environments, the fitting of a Vokes Air Filter under the front cowling of the aircraft may have done little for the aesthetic appeal of the Spitfire, yet it clearly illustrated that many would go on to operate in environments from which the aircraft was never originally intended. This further enhanced the enduring legacy of this magnificent aeroplane.

About the Model:

For many people, the Supermarine Spitfire is regarded the most famous fighting aeroplane ever to take to the skies, and you can now bring this legacy home as part of your Airfix collection today. With a highly impressive history of service in the RAF and ability to survive even the most toughest of environments, this aircraft has definitely earned a spot in your Airfix collection! The Spitfire has two livery schemes as well as sprues, decals  and vomces with 73 pieces in each kit. Described as arguably the most effective stop-gap aircraft the RAF ever introduced, this makes the Supermarine Spitfire a number one choice for Airfix fans and military enthusiasts alike.

Scammel Tank Transporter
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A02301V - Scammel Tank Transporter

About the Vehicle:

The British Army would use the Scammell Pioneer Tank Transporter for many uses during the war. The trailor was fixed to the tractor and not demountable like modern semi-trailer trucks. Hinged ramps were used to get the tank onto the trailer, which if immobilised could be pulled on with the tractor unit's winch.

About the Model:

Measuring at 210mm in length and containing 107 pieces, this is definitely a model you don't want to miss out on! Now available as an Airfix model in 1:76 scale, you can bring home the legacy of the Scammel Tank Transporter home today for your military or wartime tank collection.

Buffalo Willys MB Jeep
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A02302V - Buffalo Willys MB Jeep

About the Vehicle:

This landing vehicle was designed for the US Army, and later used by the British Army. Although usually associated with the Pacific theatre, toward the end of the war LVT's were employed in Europe as well. 

About the Model:

If you're looking for something to vary your Airfix range then the Buffalo Willys MB Jeep is the perfect option. Measuring at 101mm and containing 107 pieces, sprues and decals, this vehicle is brimming with detail yet the perfect size to accompany your existing collection! This box also contains the Willys jeep, so why not grab yours to bring home today!

Jeep, the Jeep grille and related logos, vehicle model names and trade dress are trademarks of FCA US LLC and used under license by Hornby Hobbies LTD. 2019 FCA US LLC.

88mm Gun & Tractor
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A02303V - 88mm Gun & Tractor

About the Vehicle:

The '88' proved to be an excellent anti-tank gun in France in 1940. By the time it arrived in North Africa it was a feared tank killer, which could knock out any Allied tank at distances well over 1000 metres. The Sd.Kfz.7 could carry gun crews of up to 12 men in theatre-type seats.

About the Model:

Enjoy the nostalgia of Airfix Vintage Classics with the 88mm Gun & Tractor! With a simple yet eye-catching paint scheme as well as  4 crew included, what's not to love about this model? And now, is available for you to bring home today for your Airfix collection! Mould Tools made in 1967, pack illustration by Roy Cross, 1967.

Panzer IV
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A02308V - Panzer IV

About the Tank:

The Panzer IV was the most widely manufactured and deployed German tank of WWII. It was robust and reliable, seeing service in all combat theatres involving German forces. It also has the distinction of being the only German tank to be in continuous production throughout the war with over 8,800 produced between 1936 and 1945.

About the Model:

Enjoy the nostalgia of Airfix Vintage Classics with the Panzer IV tank! This impressive and highly reliable tank during WWII is now available in 1:76 scale with two choices of livery for you to bring home for your airfix or wartime model collection today! Mould Tools made in 1971, pack illustration by Roy Cross, 1971. 

German Reconnaissance Set
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A02312V - German Reconnaissance Set

About the Vehicle:

The Sd kfz222 performed well enough in countries with good road networks, like those in Western Europe. The Volkswagen Kübelwagen was a military vehicle designed by Ferdinand Porsche.

About the Model:

As part of the Airfix Vintage Classics range, you can now add the German Reconnaissance Set to your modelling collection, available to bring home in 1:76 scale today. Featuring 57 pieces in each kit as well as sprues and decals, add that touch of military history to your model range- the Airfix way!

Bofors 40mm Gun & Tractor
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A02314V - Bofors 40mm Gun & Tractor

About the Vehicle:

Designed in 1930 by the Swedish Bofors Company, this gun was adopted by some 18 countries and became the standard light anti aircraft weapon with the British forces. The Morris CS8 15-cwt 4x2 General Service Trucks were made in large numbers and they became the backbone of the British Army.

About the Model:

A widely used vehicle in the British Army, the Bofors 40mm Gun & Tractor is definitely a go-to for any military and airfix collection. With a simple yet eye-catching paint scheme, this exclusive 1:76 scale Airfix model is now yours to bring home today.

Pak 40 Gun & Track
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A02315V - Pak 40 Gun & Track

About the vehicle:

The PAK 40 formed the backbone of the German anti-tank gun forces throughout the latter part of the Second World War. Capable of taking on Allied armour with relative ease, while it was not as powerful as the famous 88mm gun, it was however smaller and easier to conceal. 

About the Model:

Featured here with a truck and set is representative of a German anti-tank unit towards the end of the war. Now, you can bring home a major part of the second world war for your Airfix model collection, in 1:76 scale and featuring two choices of livery. 

DUKW
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A02316V - DUKW

About the Vehicle:

The DUKW (popularly pronounced 'duck') is a six-wheel-drive amphibious truck that was designed for transporting goods and troops over land and water. The DUKW was used in landings in the Mediterranean, Pacific and on the D-Day beaches of Normandy.

About the Model:

If you're looking for something extra unique or different for your Airfix model or military collection then the DUKW will tick all those boxes. With only 50 pieces in each kit and measuring 125mm, both experienced and first-time Airfix enthusiatst will adore this model!

M3 Half-Track
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A02318V - M3 Half-Track

About the Vehicle:

The M3 personnel carrier was developed from the four-wheeled scout car. During the Second World War, more than 41,000 vehicles were produced by the White Motor Company. This version came with the improved M49 machine gun ring mount over the right hand side front seat. Between 1942 and 1943 all M3 Half-Tracks (standard and A1's) were uprgraded.

About the Model:

Much like the original vehicle, the M3 Half-Track model features an iconic and realistic livery scheme as well as eye-catching wheel and bolt detailing and is now yours to bring home today as part of your military or Airfix collection!

Sherman Crab
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A02320V - Sherman Crab

About the Tank:

To support the infantry through the minefields on the ground operation in Europe and the Pacific, US military engineers decided to modify the Sherman, which was not only used by US forces, but also by the British, Canadian and Free French forces.

About the Model:

A tank widely used by armed forces across the world, Airfix are proud to present the Sherman Crab available in 1:76 scale to bring home today. With a simple yet effective paint scheme and 72 pieces in each set, this model kit can be enjoyed by both young and long-time modellers!

Churchill Crocodile
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A02321V - Churchill Crocodile

About the Tank:

The 1943 British engineers developed the flame-thrower tank known as Crocodile, capable of producing a ten metre flame. These flames allowed the Allies to destroy bunkers and shelters without having to call the demolition teams of the infantry.

About the Model:

A tank capable of such power and destruction has well and truly earned a spot in your military model collection! It certainly has the looks to match its no-nonsense reputation as well, so orders yours today and bring home a powerful aspect of wartime history.

Sherman Calliope
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A02334V - Sherman Calliope

About the Tank:

The Rocket Launcher T34 (Calliope) was a tank-mounted multiple rocket launcher used by the US Army during WWII. The launcher was placed atop the tank, and fired a barrage of 4.5 in (114mm) rockets from 60 launch tubes. It adopts its name from the musical instrument 'Calliope', also known as the steam organ.

About the Model:

No Airfix collection is complete without that one eye-catching model, and the Sherman Calliope will defninitely not dissapoint. As reflected in the tank itself, this exclusive Airfix model features the iconic mounted rocket launchers and livery scheme for you to make a well-deserved part of your Airfix range today!

WWI Female Tank
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A02337V - WWI Female Tank

About the Tank:

The 'Female' version of the MkI tank was produced in larger numbers than its 'Male' partner. This was due to the four Vickers machine guns mounted on the sides, which were more effective in combat than the heavier guns carried by the 'Male' tank in the treacherous conditions on the Western Front.

About the Model:

If it's a tank with reliablity and power that you're after then the WWI Female Tank is the next must-buy for your Airfix model collection. Featuring a highly detailed paint scheme as well as the side machine guns emulated from actual tank itself, orders yours to bring home today!

Cromwell Mk.IV Cruiser Tank
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A02338 - Cromwell Mk.IV Cruiser Tank

About the Tank:

The Cromwell, official name Cruiser Tank MkVIII, was one of the most successful British tanks of the Second World War. Named after the English Civil War leader Oliver Cromwell, the tank proved to be an adept and rugged fighting machine and served until the end of the war.

About the Model:

From being a rugged and tough fighting machine to earning a lifelong reputation of success, the Cromwell Mk.IV Cruiser Tank is the perfect addition for your Airfix model range. Measuring at 51mm and featuring an eye-catching livery scheme, this tank is the next go-to for any military enthusiast!

Willys MB Jeep
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A02339 - Willys MB Jeep

About the Vehicle:

The Willys Jeep, officially designated Truck, 1/2 ton, 4x4, is the best known of all the American vehicles of the Second World War. Originally intended to be a command and reconnaissance car, it became the most versatile of all vehicles. Able to be armed with machine guns and to tow small artillery pieces, the Jeep was essential to the Allied war effort.

About the Model:

A truck of such strength and ability to multi-task is definitely one of its own kind and a must-have for your Airfix model range. With 2 exciting livery schemes and endless detail to the model, now's your chance to bring a much-loved piece of history home today!

Higgins LCVP
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A02340 - Higgins LCVP

About the Vehicle:

The Landing Craft, Vehicle, Personnel (LCVP) or Higgins Boat was one of the most vital pieces of Allied naval equipment of the Second World War. Used not only during Operation Overlord and the invasion of occupied France, but also throughout American naval operations in the Pacific, proving to be particularly useful during the operations at Okinawa and Iwo Jima. With a shallow draught and full-width bow ramp it was able to offload its cargo and leave the beach in just 3 to 4 minutes.

About the Model:

No Airifix range is complete without a water-based vehicle to accompany it, and the Higgins LCVP is the perfect choice for any collector! 2 choices of livery schemes and measuring 145mm in length makes the Higgins LCVP Airfix model a number 1 choice for modellers and military enthusiasts alike.



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