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Revell Kit - Fairey GANNET AS Mk. 1/4

Revell Kit - Fairey GANNET AS Mk. 1/4
Military Aricraft
Scale: 1:72
A Carrier borne Fairey Gannet, designed for anti-submarine duty, made its first flight in 1949 and was the first aircraft in the world to fly with a coupled jet turbine power unit with counter-rotating propeller. It was also the first turbo-prop aircraft that could land on an aircraft carrier and the first aircraft of the British Fleet Air Arm capable of both combat and search operations.
   
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Revell Kit - Handley Page Halifax B Mk. I/II, GR.II

Revell Kit - Handley Page Halifax B Mk. I/II, GR.II
Historical Aricraft
Scale: 1:72
The Halifax is regarded as one of the most famous British World War II bombers. It was the second four-engine heavy bomber to go into active service with RAF Bomber Command in 1941. Although many problems arose during its developments and the Halifax was always overshadowed by the Avro Lancaster in the course of the war it ultimately proved to be the best-known Allied bomber.
   
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Revell Kit - Messerschmitt Me 262 A-1a

Revell Kit - Messerschmitt Me 262 A-1a
Military Aricraft
Scale: 1:72
The Bf 109 Messerschmitt was first flown in 1935 and became one of the most common fighter planes in history, towards the end of the 2nd World War production reached in excess of 33,000 units. The G-10 version was developed late in the war it had a larger 1,475 HP engine and heavier armor-plating.
   
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Revell Kit - Ocean Liner Queen Mary 2

Revell Kit - Ocean Liner Queen Mary 2
Motor Ships
Scale: 1:1200
The Queen Mary 2 is the superlative passenger liner. With 150,000 GRT, she is the largest, longest, tallest and most magnificent ship ever built for the Cunard Line.
   
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Revell Kit - Supermarine Spitfire Mk. IX C/XVI

Revell Kit - Supermarine Spitfire Mk. IX C/XVI
Military Aricraft
Scale: 1:48
The Spitfire was without question the best known British World War II fighter. It was subject to continual further developemtn throughout the war years, which was reflected in a range of improvements to the airframe, engine and armament. This ultimatley led to a range with larger and more pwerful Griffon engines.
   
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