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1. Hasegawa JT51 Plastic Model kit

Hasegawa JT51 Plastic Model kit

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Hasegawa 1:48 Hawker Hurricane Mk.IIC

2. Airfix WWII Curtiss P-40B Warhawk 1:48 Military Aircraft Plastic Model Kit

Airfix WWII Curtiss P-40B Warhawk 1:48 Military Aircraft Plastic Model Kit

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During the early stages of WWII, the American built Curtiss P-40B proved to be one of the most important fighter aircraft available to Allied Air Forces. Flying with the RAF in North Africa and the American Volunteer Group in China, the Allison V-1710-33 powered P-40B was to became one of the most distinctive fighters of the entire war, wearing their fearsome shark-mouth artwork. Arguably, the most striking versions of the P-40 were the early machines, which displayed an extremely sinister profile – with a shorter, more pointed nose and an extremely throaty Allison V-1710 engine, the P-40B (Tomahawk IIa in RAF service) aircraft looked almost like flying Great White sharks. When RAF No.112 Squadron of the Desert Air Force added aggressive looking sharks teeth and eyes to their aircraft in 1941, they inadvertently turned their Tomahawks into some of the most iconic aircraft of WWII and certainly some of the most visually appealing. These designs would find their way on to many different aircraft throughout the remainder of the war, but the RAF Desert Air Force certainly started the trend. Livery A: P40B Lt. George Welch, 47th PS, 15th PG, December 1941 Hawaii Livery B: Hawk 81-A-2 No47 (P-8127) Robert T. Smith, 3rd Squadron (Hell’s Angels) American Volunteer Group, Kunming, China, June 1942

3. Airfix North American P51-D Mustang Plastic Model Kit 147 pieces

Airfix North American P51-D Mustang Plastic Model Kit 147 pieces

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Britain’s most pressing need was for aircraft and in 1940, the British Purchasing Commission approached US aircraft manufacturer North American Aviation, to produce license-built Curtiss P-40 fighters for the RAF. Slightly indignant at the prospect, North American officials proposed to build a totally new aircraft for the Royal Air Force, which would be superior to the P-40 and more suitable for their needs. So impressive was their pitch, the British agreed to their proposal and signed a contract for the new aircraft. Unfortunately, time was very much against the North American design team, as Britain desperately needed aircraft without delay. Work on the new project began immediately. What North American Aviation achieved with their new aircraft design was nothing short of astonishing. Incorporating highly advanced new features and the very latest manufacturing techniques, the prototype aircraft (NA-73X) rolled out of their hangar on 9thSeptember 1940, only 120 days after the contract had been signed. The first flight of the aircraft took place just 47 days later and other than the usual issues associated with a first flight, the aircraft showed great promise and was a clear vindication of the confidence North American Aviation had in their design capabilities. Please note images are digital renders and subject to change. Produced under license by Boeing. The distinctive Boeing logos, product markings and trade dress are trademarks of The Boeing Company. Please note, box and model dimensions are shown as identical however only represent the box/package size.

4. The Hillman Group 831491 XL Washered Wing Nut 1/4-20 (1 Pack of 100)

The Hillman Group 831491 XL Washered Wing Nut 1/4-20 (1 Pack of 100)

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Size:pack of 100

Hillman 1/4-20 100 Pc. XL Washered Wing Nut. Wing Nuts can be used where frequent fastener connection adjustments or removals are needed and can be made quickly and often. Tools are not needed to install this product, to tighten simply turn the nut by hand. This nut has a wing on each side that helps you to tighten the nut without tools. Made of Zinc Die Cast, will not rust or corrode. These nuts have a built in washer. Various sizes available. Includes 1 pack of 100 pieces of wing nut per pack.

5. Hasegawa HAS02025 1:72 Sea Hurricane Mk.IB / Mk.IIC Combo (Contains 2 Kits) Model KIT

Hasegawa HAS02025 1:72 Sea Hurricane Mk.IB / Mk.IIC Combo (Contains 2 Kits) Model KIT

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This is a Hasegawa 1/72 Scale assembly and painting required plastic model kit of the Hawker Sea Hurricane, a naval variant of the World War II era British Hawker Hurricane single-seat fighter aircraft. Sea Hurricane had modifications which enabled it to operate from Royal Navy aircraft carriers. Model kit features: Kits feature engraved panel lines, pronounced fabric-over-frame effects, basic cockpit, detailed landing gear, boxed-in wheel wells, propeller with individual blades and separate spinner, single-piece canopy and resin parts (catapult spools and ventral fuselage section with integral retracted arresting hook). Decals and painting guide for (3) Royal Navy aircraft: Mk.IB H*M2 of No 768 Squadron onboard HMS Argus; Mk.IIB NF672 of No 835 Squadron onboard HMS Nairana, June 1944 and Mk.IB Z4550 of No 800 Squadron onboard HMS Indomitable, August 1942 – includes instrument panel markings, wing root walkways and stencil data. 39 parts. Skill level 3.

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