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Antonov AN-225 Mrija from Revell

Tall, taller, Antonov. With a length of 84 meters, the An-225 is not only the largest aircraft in the world, but also the only one with six engines. Originally developed to transport the Soviet space shuttle Buran, the only aircraft of this type now flies the heaviest loads around the globe. It currently holds the record for the highest loads transported by air. ste Total freight (247 tonnes) and the heaviest single piece (190 tonnes)Antonov AN-225 Mrija- Largest aircraft in the world- Only one with six engines- Suitable for beginners due to one-piece fuselage and fewer parts- Model in flight position- display standRevell

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Resistance A-wing Fighter from Revell

A-wing Fighter in blue design from the new Star Wars movie "The Last Jedi" for building and playing. With authentic light & sound effects and pilot figure. Simply plug together - no glue, paint or tools needed. Length approx. 22 cm. 25 parts. Suitable from 6 years. Batteries (3x LR44 included).Resistance A-wing Fighter, BlueResistance A-wing Fighter, Red- Yellow light engines- Engine and combat noises- Mobile cockpit hood- Extendable landing legs- pilot figureThe A-wing Fighter is an agile, wedge-shaped fighter of resistance which, thanks to its large twin engine, reaches incredible speeds. A proven and reliable model, it has already been used in the battles between the rebellion and the Empire.Revell

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Boeing 747-100, 50th Anniversary from Revell

Model replica of the Boeing 747-100. The Boeing 747 is probably the most famous passenger aircraft in the world and became the epitome of intercontinental air traffic. The first flight of the legendary Jumbo Jets took place on 9 February 1969.Boeing 747-100, 50th Anniversary- Gift set with basic colours, glue, brush and poster- Four engines- Detailed landing gear shafts- Detailed undercarriages- Display stand- Decal sheet with authentic decorative elements of the first Boeing 747-100 Demonstrator aircraftRevell

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Embraer 190 Lufthansa "New Livery" from Revell

With the Embraer 190, Lufthansa is relying on the second-largest type in the family of short-haul aircraft from the Brazilian manufacturer. Like all Lufthansa aircraft, the Embraer fleet will gradually take to the air in the airline's new design. Model kit for the ERJ 190. Lufthansa deploys the successful short-haul aircraft on intra-European routes.Embraer 190 Lufthansa "New Livery"- Cockpit replica- Detailed chassis- Detailed engines- Decals for the Lufthansa version in the New LiveryRevell

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Airbus A380-800 Lufthansa from Revell

Model replica of the Airbus A380. The still largest and most modern passenger aircraft in the world offers space for around 550 passengers. Lufthansa has been using the A380 in its new design since 2018.Airbus A380-800 Lufthansa- Detailed landing gear- 22 wheels with detailed rims- Cockpit imitation- Detailed tailplane and vertical stabilizer- 4 RR Trent 900 engines- Super decal with new Lufthansa decor and extensive maintenance markings.Revell

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Had a productive weekend!

I've been painting this mess of Soviet vehicles for a long, long time. And well, I finally finished them. Lord knows, it took a while. I used a method I found on the old Guild website, that I've slightly modified, but it works well, and gives the vehicles a nice "worn" look.As soon as I find a copy of the method, I will post it here, but I wanted to show off the vehicles in their glory. Lemme know what you think gang!Overall, am I as good a modeler as some of what I've seen on the net, nope. But am I happy? Yep.3 Butler Printer Models T-64s. they're fairly rough on the detail and l/76th as opposed to 1/72. But I do look them for what they are, decent looking Russian tanks. 2 S-Model BMD-2. I liked the ease of construction. Didn't like the fragility of some of the parts, such as the treads, and the brass parts seemed a bit unnecessary. The Trumpeter T-55 to me is a great kit. It was a bit unexpected to screw together the halves of the hull, but I liked the kit overall, assembled it in an afternoon!&n

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Launch Tower & Space Shuttle from Revell

Revell Launch Tower + Space Shuttle, Plastic Model Space Travel Kit 1: 144, limited editionTo mark the 130th anniversary of Härtle, this kit is being reissued exclusively for modellbau.härtle in a limited edition by Revell. Delivery from April / May 2019 - get your copy of the limited space shuttle with start ramp at modellbau.härtle!Launch Tower & Space ShuttleThe Kennedy Space Center in Florida, with launch complex 39, is the largest and most famous space center in the Western world. It lies in the middle of a nature reserve on Cape Canaveral and is more than just a starting device. A new era of space transportation began with the deployment of the Space Shuttle, which cost-effectively transported a large number of payloads to orbit. On the grounds of NASA's John F. Kennedy Space Center (KSC), at the northern end of Cape Canaveral, is the Launch Complex 39 with two identical launch facilities, LC-39A and LC-39B. From here almost all manned spaceflight missions of NASA were launched with Saturn rockets.A

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1/48th Scale Supermarine Spitfire Mk IIa

A bit of a departure from my normal scale, this model was a 'Secret Santa' present from my work colleges. I have been putting off building it as I haven't built a model Spitfire in, well, let's just call it 'a long time'. Instead, I promised myself that if I had time at the end of the Challenge I would give it a go. I did, and I have and here it is.The aircraft is a Supermarine Spitfire Mk IIa and its marking and paint scheme identifies it as No 71 "Eagle" Squadron, Royal Air Force, North Weald, England, August 1941. North Weald is just 12 miles due north from where I live and is a place I have visited often. They have some excellent little air displays and a small but interesting collection of heritage aircraft on display. There is also a very interesting museum nearby that is well worth a visit.I'm not actually keeping this model as I don't have anywhere to display it, so it's going to my Brother-in-Law to become part of his massive collection of WWII memorabilia. No doubt he knows a Spitfire pilot or two t

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1:144 Slave I from Revell

The deadly Slave I was notorious for her pilot Jango Fett, a bounty hunter in Mandalorian armor. Fett stuffed the ship with weapons. From laser cannons and projectile launchers to seismic bombs.Slave IHighly detailed down to the smallest detailRotatable cockpitLoading hatch open or closedMovable wingsEffect parts for BlasterSitting Jango fat figure includedTwo decal options included (stickers or decals)Revell

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1:144 The Armoured Allterrain Ruff, AT-AT from Revell

The Armoured Allterrain Ruff, AT-AT for short, is a four-legged transport and combat vehicle of the Imperial Ground Forces. Due to their height of more than 20 meters and the impenetrable armor, these massive structures provide a psychological effect as well as a tactical advantage.The Armoured Allterrain Ruff, AT-ATHighly detailed down to the smallest detailReproduction of legs and jointsClear part for windscreenCockpit with seated pilot figuresTwo decal options included (stickers or decals)Revell

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The Revell Story (English Version)

The Revell Story (English Version)Since the 1950s, Revell has been producing true-to-scale and highly detailed plastic model kits. Whether cars, airplanes, ships or even space stations - there is hardly a technical milestone that Revell has not implemented as a model with a loving eye for detail.Ulli Taubert and Andreas A. Berse tell the exciting story of a brand that is inextricably linked to German children's rooms, and numerous contemporary witnesses speak out.Above all Ulli Taubert, who shaped Revell's program and product development for decades. An exclusive look behind the scenes of the model business with previously unpublished photos and documents.Published by the renowned publisher Delius Klasing and bound in high-quality hardcover.176 pages, 150 colour and black-and-white photos, size 21 x 24 cm, hardcover with dust jacket, English versionRevell

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Boeing 747-8F UPS from Revell

The 747-8F is the latest generation cargo version of the legendary Boeing 747. The 747-8F sets new standards in terms of efficient fuel consumption and noise reduction. With an extra 16% the cargo carrying capacity is also significantly above that of its predecessor. These characteristics convinced the logistics giant UPS to buy 14 of these aircraft and use them all over the world.Boeing 747-8F UPSNumber of parts: 167 Length: 525 mm Height: 138 mm Wingspan: 476 mmRevell

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