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  1. Panzerschreck RPzB.54 & Ofenrohr RPzB.43 Set (35263) 1:35 MiniArt via Creative Models Ltd. The German Panzerschreck is rumoured to be a larger copy of the American made Bazooka, possibly captured from a delivery made to the Russians on the Eastern Front. It had an 88 caliber, and could penetrate over 100mm of armour at close range in its first incarnation the RPzB.43, which due to the smoke and heat it created was nicknamed the Ofenrohr, which translates to "Stove Pipe", requiring the operator to wear a protective hood to avoid the smoke and blast. The improved RPzB.54 had a shield fitted in front of the user, which was necessary due to increased power of the rocket motor and the smoke and heat that it generated on ignition. This later rocket was able to penetrate 160mm of armour, making it an almost certain one-hit-one-kill weapon in the hands of a skilled operator. This accessory set from MiniArt comes in a figure sized box, with the instructions and painting guide on the backside, and lots of little sprues inside, neatly held together with a couple of elastic bands. Inside the box are six larger sprues, twelve smaller sprues all in grey styrene, a card envelope with a sheet of Photo-Etch (PE) brass inside, and a small sheet of decals for stencilling. From this mass of sprues you can make the Ofenrohr or Panzerschreck, or any mixture of the two up to the maximum of six. The smaller sprues each contain four rockets with separate stabilising rings, where you have a choice between the original ring which had the prominent wooden grip for the loader's use at the rear, or change 12 out to depict the later design that had the grip shortened and fitted inside the ring. You also get six crates that can hold two rounds each, and six backpack-style carriers of which you can only build three due to the amount of PE finishing parts that have been included, unless you fancy scratch-building extras. Building the Ofenrohr is simple, and involves gluing the two halves of the barrel together, adding the PE muzzle guide, trigger and sight brackets in PE, and then fitting a long sling, which is also made of PE. If you wanted to depict it in use however, your soldier would need the usage hood or he'd end up a bit crispy. The Panzerschreck adds a front ring, the protective shield, a shorter shoulder-strap, C-shaped barrel rest and the clamp that holds the shield to the barrel. The boxes are constructed from four bevelled sides, floor part with three brackets to hold the rockets, the lid, and a pair of PE clasps for the locks. There are stencil decals applied to both sides of the lids, plus the sides of the rocket in black and white. The shoulder packs have a support slotted in half way up the back that has 5 holes (one per rocket), a lower frame with PE waist comfort band, and a pair of straps that fit onto the soldier's webbing belt. There are also two small clips that fit to the tops of two separators within the pack, which will be really easy to lose so be careful when you're handling them, as there are no spares. Conclusion A useful set for adding background equipment to a scene, a truck or other vehicle, or for integration with a figure you have or are adapting. The Ofenrohr is less useful in the latter circumstance unless you plan on fabricating the hood on your operator. The inclusion of PE parts gives additional realism to the set, but take care to anneal those straps to get them malleable enough to drape realistically. Highly recommended. Review sample courtesy of
  2. T-55A Early Mod 1965 Interior Kit (37016) 1:35 MiniArt via Creative Models Ltd. The T-54's gestation and transformation into the T-55 was long-winded and complicated by constant changes to an as yet unsatisfactory performing vehicle, which began at early as the end of WWII. Production of the T-54-1 was halted due to production and quality issues, and recommenced as the re-designed T-54-2, with the turret design changed to closer resemble the eventual domed shape of the T-55. The -2 didn't last all that long before the -3 replaced it, and the requirement for survival of tactical nuclear blasts led to the eventual introduction of the similar looking, but significantly different T-55 that we know so well. As the heavy tank fell out of favour, the T-55 became part of the burgeoning Main Battle Tank movement, with thousands of them being produced over the years in various guises. In the early 60s the T-55A was developed, providing more adequate NBC protection that required a lengthening of the hull and coincidentally added anti-spall protection for the crew. It also sounded the death-knell of the bow-mounted machine gun, which was removed to improve ammo storage, and hasn't been seen on MBTs for decades now. The Kit Part of the ever-expanding range of early Cold War armour from MiniArt, who seem to be kitting every conceivable variant from the earliest T-54 to the latest T-55, which will hopefully include some of the more unusual marks as well. The toolings are all essentially brand new, and have been designed in a modular format to ease the way toward new variants, which makes for a high sprue count. Some of the kits have been released in augmented Interior Kit boxings, with all the extra details to open up your model as much as you please. This is one of those boxings, and it arrives in their current orange themed box, with a painting of the tank in question on the front, and the stylised "Interior Kit" branding on each face of the box. Lifting the kit gives the feeling of how much is inside, and I may have emitted a minor expletive when I saw how packed with sprues the box was, and when I say packed, I mean it. There is almost no room for anything else in the box, and I'm dreading putting it all back in. There are 94 sprues in mid grey styrene, many of them quite small, and some of the larger ones linked together in pairs, a clear sprue, two sheets of Photo-Etch (PE) brass, three decal sheets (one larger, two small), and the instruction booklet. It seems that I was wrong about putting it back in too, as I have managed it although I wouldn't like to put anything else in there! Detail is everywhere, and is crisp, with judicious use of slide-moulding to improve details further, and make hollows where needed. The inclusion of PE helps further, allowing parts to be given a more scale-effect. Construction begins with the water-cooled diesel engine, which is built up from a substantial number of highly detailed parts for later insertion into the hull, which is next to be made up. The hull floor has cut-outs for the suspension mounts, hatches and access panels, all of which are supplied as separate parts. The suspension is torsion-link, so the bars are inserted with the axles at their ends, then the lowest parts of the interior are added on top, including the base for the turret basket and the driver's position. Ammo is festooned wherever the designers could fit a round, with a large store next to the driver's station in the position formerly occupied by the bow machine gunner. The hull sides are separate, and are well detailed parts, which have further detail layered on both sides before they are added to the lower along with engine bay firewall, the engine and its mount, plus sundry other details that make the T-55 quite cramped for its occupants. Externally, the T-55A could be fitted with a mine-roller, and although one isn't included with this boxing, the fitments and bracketry is included for the upper and lower glacis alongside the standard light clusters, lifting hooks and pioneer tools. The main lights have a choice of clean lenses, and fit inside a multi-part cage to protect them from damage, which will take some care to glue together neatly. With the glacis and the turret ring "bat wings" added to the hull sides, the wheels are handled next, with five pairs per side with separate hubs, plus the idler wheel at the front, and drive sprocket at the rear. Tracks are left until a little later and are of the individual link type, requiring 90 links per side, each of which have four sprue gates, but no ejection pin or sink marks to worry about. What is there however is stunning detail, which includes the casting numbers inlaid into the hollows of each track link, and close-fitting lugs that should make the building an easier task. The turret ring is fitted behind the glacis, and the fenders are build up alongside the engine access hatches, which are all then added to the hull, completing the engine deck first with some rather neat PE grilles and mesh backed louvers that have PE slats for realism. The fenders have additional fuel tankage fitted with hosing between them, and lots of PE fixtures, handles and such, with even more PE bracing inside the sprung mudguard parts, tools, toolboxes and the exhaust on the port side. The kit includes plastic towing eyes, but you are going to have to provide your own cables as none are include in the kit, but given the sheer volume of parts it's excusable. At the rear an unditching log is lashed to the bulkhead with PE straps, and the extra fuel drums so often seen are also lashed to curved brackets that overhang the rear of the hull. Between them the deep wading funnel is attached by a couple of pins to the bottom of the brackets, and it has its own group of PE brackets for the bracing wires that are seen when it is in use. The turret itself is a busy assembly, having a semi-automatic breech loading mechanism that is built up first, then the lower turret is fitted out with radio gear, shells, before the breech is installed on two mounts at the front, which have the breech guard and a rack of box mags for the coaxial machine gun attached on the right and underneath respectively, and the sighting gear on the left side. The upper turret has its anti-spall lining added in sections, and is then decked out with a number of small assemblies, after which the turret roof is fitted with hatch, vents and vision blocks. More anti-spall lining is attached to the inside of the roof, and yet more ammunition is stowed as ready rounds for immediate use on the wall. Externally the grab rails, forward mounted searchlight, commander's cupola and a blast-bag around the mantlet are all added, and the single piece barrel with hollow muzzle slips through the centre and keys into the breech. The blast-bag is finished off around the edges with PE strips, and a large camo net is attached to the back of the turret by more PE straps. An armature links the gun barrel and the searchlight together so they move in unison, and an ancillary searchlight is fitted to the commander's cupola, with a choice of the driver's poor weather hood built up in either the collapsed or deployed format, with the former stowed on the turret bustle, while the latter fits over the open driver's hatch. Markings Although on first glance it looks like there are three markings options, there are in fact nine, which is nice to see. Every single one is Russian Green, but there are some nice variations in operator and differences in the application of serials etc. From the box you can build one of the following: Romanian Army 90s – Romanian roundel and white 5049 on the turret sides. Soviet military parade colouring 60-70s – white accents on rims, fenders & Soviet medallion on the turret sides. Somali Army Ogaden War, 1977 – no markings other than small flags front and rear. Marine Infantry of the Soviet Navy 1970 – White 512 and Soviet naval flag on turret sides. Soviet Army 60-70s – White 423 on turret sides. Hungarian People's Army, Operation Danube, Prague, Czechoslovakia, Aug-Sept 1968 – White cross over turret and sides. 55th Marine Infantry Division, Pacific Fleet of the Soviet Navy, Ethiopia 1980 – White 116 and Soviet naval flag on turret sides. Yugoslav People's Army, 80s – White 18131 on turret sides. Hungarian Army 90s – Hungarian pennant and white 122 on turret sides. The decals are printed on bright blue paper, and have good register, sharpness and colour density, with a closely cropped thin, matt carrier film. Conclusion These Interior Kits are amongst the most comprehensive kits I have seen in a long while, with even the tiniest details catered for, down to the tiny nuts holding the snorkel to the rear of the tank. They're certainly not for everyone, as some folks don't want interiors for whatever reason, but as a T-55A with interior, it is a fabulous kit and will keep you modelling for hours and hours. Very highly recommended. Review sample courtesy of
  3. New Revell Master Series Star Wars Kits Are In Stock Now RV15091 This is the Revell 1:48th scale X-Wing Fighter from Star Wars. It is part of the Master Series range which is based on the famous Fine Molds kit, the most accurate kit ever built of this subject. Kit Features include: Molded in white and clear plastic Scale Figures and Droids Landing Gear in up or down positions Display Stand Length - 271mm, Width - 222mm, Height - 141mm Description: This is the most important rebel alliance fighter and one of the most powerful single-seat space ships ever produced. The T-65 X-wing Fighter owes its name to the double wings one above the other that form an X in combat in order to increase the firing range of the pilot. In addition to four high-energy laser cannon the X-wing Fighter has proton torpedoes, deflector shields, hyper drive and a navigation droid. Luke Skywalker prefers this type of fighter. It was used by the young Jedi to destroy the first Death Star in the Battle of Yavin. The X-wing Fighter quickly proved to be one of the most effective military aircraft in the galaxy. The unusual wing design of the T-65 is frequently regarded as the success formula of the space ship. The pair of twin wings remains closed during normal flights under the speed of light. In combat and on entry into the atmosphere of a planet, they can be extended. On the wing tips are high-energy laser cannon that can be fired singly, simultaneously, in pairs or in other combinations. Construction kit for the advanced modeller. RV15092 This is the Revell 1:48th scale TIE Fighter from Star Wars. It is part of the Master Series range which is based on the famous Fine Molds kit, the most accurate kit ever built of this subject. Kit Features include: Molded in white and clear plastic Pilot and Imperial Figures Full Cockpit Interior Display Stand Length - 133mm, Width - 130mm, Height - 157mm Description: Darth Vader used this prototype as the basis for the terrifyingly effective TIE interceptor in the Battle of Yavin. Unlike all other TIE fighters this prototype has a deflector shield generator and a simple hyperdrive. Vader's TIE Advanced is armed with heavy twin blaster cannon on fixed mounts but has no life support systems. The TIE Advanced is characterised by a hull made of duralloy steel, an extended after deck and unique solar cell wings. The Tie Advanced quickly became one of Darth Vader's favourite ships. Like all the TIE ships the prototype has a drive system consisting of twin ion engines. Its solar ionization reactor is reputed to be much more powerful than that of the standard TIE fighters. The TIE Advanced has proved itself in battle, as it is capable of withstanding many direct hits. In addition the pilots' chances of survival were considerably enhanced by the incorporation of a hyperdrive system, which enables the ship to escape from hopeless battle situations. Construction kit for the advanced modeller. RV15093 This is the Revell 1:72nd scale Millennium Falcon from Star Wars. It contains 904 parts. It is part of the Master Series range which is based on the famous Fine Molds kit, the most accurate kit ever built of this subject. Kit Features include: Molded in white and clear parts Scale Figures, seated and standing Landing Gear in up or down positions Display Stand Length - 456mm, Width - 311mm, Height - 76mm Description: This Corellian tranporter is reputed to be one of the fastest and best-equipped ships in the galaxy. The Millennium Falcon may look old and broken down, but continual modifications have made it into something special. The crew has for years consisted of the reckless pilot and smuggler become hero of the rebel alliance, Han Solo, and his co-pilot and technician, the trusty Wookiee Chewbacca. A long time ago Solo won the ship from Lando Calrissian in a game of sabacc. The Corellian transport type YT-1300 played an important role in the destruction of both battle stars and is probably the most famous ship in the galaxy. Inside the ship there is a hyperdrive that gives it almost double the speed of any imperial star cruiser. The heavily armoured Falcon has an illegal bank of sensors that can track distant imperial ships before they are aware of its presence. The ship goes into battle with the most up-to-date imperial deflector system, two quad laser cannon and two disruptors. Construction kit for the advanced modeller. Follow us on Facebook for all the latest news https://www.facebook...eativeModelsLtd Click on the link to see the weekly specials http://www.creativem...ials-c-205.html Thank you Creative Models Ltd
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    New Revell Monogram Kits Now In Stock

    New Revell Monogram Kits Now In Stock RVM0394 - Revell Monogram 1:72 - Gato Class Submarine £99.99 RVM1987 - Revell Monogram Snaptite 1:24 - Ford GT £13.99 RVM4197 - Revell Monogram 1:25 - 72 Olds Indy Pace Car w/ Figure £29.99 RVM4329 - Revell Monogram 1:24 - Porsche 918 Spyder £24.99 RVM4361 - Revell Monogram 1:25 - '59 Cadillac Eldorado Hardtop £22.99 RVM4370 - Revell Monogram 1:25 - 2013 Camero ZL-1 £23.99 RVM4378 - Revell Monogram 1:25 - Porsche 914/6 2n1 £24.99 RVM4379 - Revell Monogram 1:25 - 2014 Mustang GT £24.99 RVM4397 - Revell Monogram 1:25 - Corvette Stingray £24.99 RVM4398 - Revell Monogram 1:25 - 2013 Challenger SRT8 £24.99 RVM6732 - Revell Monogram 1:25 - Rat Fink w/ Diorama £22.99 RVM6899 - Revell Monogram 1:24 - Jinx Express £20.99 RVM7824 - Revell Monogram 1:32 - Lacrosse Missile and Truck £34.99 RVM7861 - Revell Monogram 1:32 - Panzer IV Tank £19.99 RVM7863 - Revell Monogram 1:32 - Sherman A1 Screamin' Mimi £23.99 Visit the website for more Information. www.creativemodels.co.uk Follow us on Facebook for all the latest news https://www.facebook...eativeModelsLtd Thank you Creative Models Ltd
  5. NEW FROM VALLEJO NOW IN STOCK Model Air Paint Sets. VAL71144 - RAF Colours Special Battle Of Britain This set has been developed for painting the RAF fighter aircraft which participated in the major air battle of all times, “The Battle of Britain”, from the beginning in July 1940 to the final phase or “Night Blitz” in May 1941. Model Air set with 8 colours developed on the basis of intensive research and precise colour matching with the Federal Standard 595 and British Standard Colours BS381C colour specifications. The sets include the colours for the air plane profiles and camouflage patterns drawn by Mark Rolfe. With the collaboration of “Pieza a Pieza. Paints Included VAL71323, VAL71404, VAL71324, VAL71057, VAL71302, VAL71126, VAL71009, VAL71305 VAL71145 - RAF Colours Bomber and Training Air Command 1939 - 1945 This set has been developed for painting all the bombers (light, medium and heavy) of the Bomber Air Command of the RAF from 1939 until the end of WWII. This set also includes “Trainer Yellow” which, combined with the other colours or by itself, can be used for most of the training aircraft and prototypes. Model Air set with 8 colours developed on the basis of intensive research and precise colour matching with the Federal Standard 595 and British Standard Colours BS381C colour specifications. The sets include the colours for the air plane profiles and camouflage patterns drawn by Mark Rolfe. With the collaboration of “Pieza a Pieza. Paints Included VAL71323, VAL71302, VAL71324, VAL71305, VAL71057, VAL71126, VAL71307, VAL71078 VAL71146 - RAF Colours SEAC (Air Command South East Asia) 1942 -1945 This set has been developed for the painting of all types of aircraft of the RAF in the SEAC (Air Command South East Asia) based in the British colonies in the Far East. Model Air set with 8 colours developed on the basis of intensive research and precise colour matching with the Federal Standard 595 and British Standard Colours BS381C colour specifications. The sets include the colours for the air plane profiles and camouflage patterns drawn by Mark Rolfe. With the collaboration of “Pieza a Pieza. Paint Included VAL71323, VAL71302, VAL71324, VAL71306, VAL71273, VAL71057, VAL71307, VAL71279 VAL71147 - FAA (Fleet Air Arm) Colours 1939 - 1945 This set has been developed for the painting of the aircraft of the Fleet Air Arm (FAA) of the British fleet, for land-based aircraft as well as for aircraft, British or American, embarked on carriers from 1939 until the end of the War. Model Air set with 8 colours developed on the basis of intensive research and precise colour matching with the Federal Standard 595 and British Standard Colours BS381C colour specifications. The sets include the colours for the air plane profiles and camouflage patterns drawn by Mark Rolfe. With the collaboration of “Pieza a Pieza. Paints Included VAL71110, VAL71407, VAL71309, VAL71302, VAL71405, VAL71057, VAL71406, VAL71279 VAL71148 - RAF Colours Coastal Command 1939 - 1945 This set has been developed for painting the aircraft of the RAF Coastal Command , for land based aircraft as well as for seaplanes, from 1939 until the end of the war. Model Air set with 8 colours developed on the basis of intensive research and precise colour matching with the Federal Standard 595 and British Standard Colours BS381C colour specifications. The sets include the colours for the air plane profiles and camouflage patterns drawn by Mark Rolfe. With the collaboration of “Pieza a Pieza. Paints Included VAL71323, VAL71302, VAL71324, VAL71306, VAL71110, VAL71057, VAL71309, VAL71279 VAL71149 - RAF Day Fighters Pre-War To 1941 This set has been developed for painting the RAF fighter camouflage scheme “Temperate Land” in its different colour combinations from the years before WWII (starting in 1937) and the beginning of the conflict in 1939, with the first battles in Norway, Netherland, France and England, until August 1941. The set also includes the colours for the “Shadow Compensation” colour scheme used in biplanes of all models and deployment. Model Air set with 8 colours developed on the basis of intensive research and precise colour matching with the Federal Standard 595 and British Standard Colours BS381C colour specifications. The sets include the colours for the air plane profiles and camouflage patterns drawn by Mark Rolfe. With the collaboration of “Pieza a Pieza. Paints Included VAL71323, VAL71302, VAL71324, VAL71279, VAL71291, VAL71057, VAL71403, VAL71062 VAL71162 - RAF Colours Day Fighters 1941 - 1945 & P.R.U. This set has been developed for painting the RAF day fighter aircraft from August 1941 until the end of the War, as well as the HF Interceptors (High Fighters). The set also includes the colours for the PRU (Photographic Reconnaissance Unit ) aircraft. Model Air set with 8 colours developed on the basis of intensive research and precise colour matching with the Federal Standard 595 and British Standard Colours BS381C colour specifications. The sets include the colours for the air plane profiles and camouflage patterns drawn by Mark Rolfe. With the collaboration of “Pieza a Pieza. Paints Included VAL71273, VAL71109, VAL71324, VAL71408, VAL71307, VAL71057, VAL71302, VAL71279 VAL71163 - RAF Colours Desert Scheme & M.T.O. 1940 - 1945 This set has been developed for the painting of all types of RAF aircraft with the colour patterns “Tropical Land Scheme”, “Desert Scheme”, “Special Coastal Scheme”, etc. from June 1940 until the end of the War, in North Africa and the Mediterranean theatre. Model Air set with 8 colours developed on the basis of intensive research and precise colour matching with the Federal Standard 595 and British Standard Colours BS381C colour specifications. The sets include the colours for the air plane profiles and camouflage patterns drawn by Mark Rolfe. With the collaboration of “Pieza a Pieza. Paints Included VAL71306, VAL71324, VAL71108, VAL71323, VAL71113, VAL71302, VAL71313, VAL71031. Follow us on Facebook for all the latest news https://www.facebook...eativeModelsLtd Check out the website for all new releases www.creativemodels.co.uk
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    New Vallejo Weathering Range

    NEW FROM VALLEJO COMING SOON Weathering Effects range All of them formulated with permanent pigments and water based acrylic resins, have been developed to represent the effects of time and weather on models and dioramas, so that they will look as once their originals in the field. This range of effects includes the spilled fuel runnels, the splashed mud, the lichen and moss on wood, the crushed grass stuck to the metal links of the chains of a tank, all the traces of wear and destruction on vehicles in harsh and hostile climate. VAL73801 - Vallejo Weathering Effects 40ml - European Splash Mud VAL73802 - Vallejo Weathering Effects 40ml - Russian Splash Mud VAL73803 - Vallejo Weathering Effects 40ml - Industrial Splash Mud VAL73804 - Vallejo Weathering Effects 40ml - Light Brown Splash Mud VAL73805 - Vallejo Weathering Effects 40ml - Brown Splash Mud VAL73806 - Vallejo Weathering Effects 40ml - Black Splash Mud VAL73807 - Vallejo Weathering Effects 40ml - European Thick Mud VAL73808 - Vallejo Weathering Effects 40ml - Russian Thick Mud VAL73809 - Vallejo Weathering Effects 40ml - Industrial Thick Mud VAL73810 - Vallejo Weathering Effects 40ml - Light Brown Thick Mud VAL73811 - Vallejo Weathering Effects 40ml - Brown Thick Mud VAL73812 - Vallejo Weathering Effects 40ml - Black Thick Mud VAL73813 - Vallejo Weathering Effects 40ml - Oil Stains VAL73814 - Vallejo Weathering Effects 40ml - Fuel Stains VAL73815 - Vallejo Weathering Effects 40ml - Engine Grime VAL73816 - Vallejo Weathering Effects 40ml - Engine Grime VAL73817 - Vallejo Weathering Effects 40ml - Petrol Spills VAL73818 - Vallejo Weathering Effects 40ml - Brown Engine Soot VAL73819 - Vallejo Weathering Effects 40ml - Rainmarks VAL73820 - Vallejo Weathering Effects 40ml - Snow VAL73821 - Vallejo Weathering Effects 40ml - Rust Texture VAL73822 - Vallejo Weathering Effects 40ml - Slimy Grime Dark VAL73823 - Vallejo Weathering Effects 40ml - Slimy Grime Light VAL73824 - Vallejo Weathering Effects 40ml - Streaking Grime VAL73825 - Vallejo Weathering Effects 40ml - Crushed Grass VAL73826 - Vallejo Weathering Effects 40ml - Mud and Grass Effect VAL73827 - Vallejo Weathering Effects 40ml - Moss and Lichen Effect VAL73828 - Vallejo Weathering Effects 40ml - Wet Effects Follow us on Facebook for all the latest news https://www.facebook.com/CreativeModelsLtd Check out the website for all new releases www.creativemodels.co.uk
  7. Creative Models Ltd

    New Moebius kits In Stock

    New Moebius Kits Now In Stock A-MMK901 - Moebius 1:24 - Lost In Space 'Space Pod' Plastic Model Kit A-MMK913 - Moebius - Jupiter 2 A-MMK920 - Moebius 1:25 - Batman Dark Knight Pod A-MMK965 - Moebius The Derelict - From Lost In Space Visit our website for more information. www.creativemodels.co.uk Keep upto date with us on our Facebook Page https://www.facebook...ativeModelsLtd/
  8. We have had today a restock of Miniart Models and the New Releases for this month. MIN37002 - Miniart 1:35 - T-44M Soviet Medium Tank MIN35225 - Miniart 1:35 - U.S.Tractor w/Towing Winch & Crewmen (Spec Ed) MIN38007 - Miniart 1:35 - Tram Crew With Passengers Visit the website for all new releases www.creativemodels.co.uk
  9. Creative Models Ltd

    New Masterbox kits now in stock

    We have had in the New Releases from Masterbox. These include the following kits. MAS35164 - Masterbox 1:35 - The 101st light company. US Paratroopers & British Tankman, MAS24007 - Masterbox 1:24 - World of Fantasy - Graggeron & Halseya MAS24008 - Masterbox 1:24 - World of Fantasy - Kit No. 2 Follow us on Facebook for all the latest news https://www.facebook...eativeModelsLtd Click on the link to got to our website www.creativemodels.co.uk Thank you Creative Models Ltd
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    New Hobbyboss Due In April

    New Hobbyboss Releases Due In April HBB83870 - Hobbyboss 1:35 - IDF APC Nagmachon(Doghouse II ) - £34.99 HBB81752 - Hobbyboss 1:48 - SAAB J-32B/E Lansen - £43.99 HBB83828 - Hobbyboss 1:35 - Finnish T-50 Tank - £26.99 HBB83839 - Hobbyboss 1:35 - Soviet BA-6 Armor Car - £29.99 HBB83867 - Hobbyboss 1:35 - Leopard 2A4M CAN - £39.99 HBB80380 - Hobbyboss 1:48 - Me 262 B-1a/CS-92 - £16.99 HBB81750 - Hobbyboss 1:48 - BF 109G-2 - £14.99 HBB83859 - Hobbyboss 1:35 - French Saint-Chamond Heavy Tank - Medium - £29.99 HBB83878 - Hobbyboss 1:35 - Vickers Medium Tank MK I - £34.99 HBB80140 - Hobbyboss 1:35 - German 2cm Flak 38 Pz.Kpfw .38 (t) - £29.99 HBB83817 - Hobbyboss 1:35 - German Sd.Kfz.223 Leichter Panzerspahwagen (1st Series) - £28.99 HBB83855 - Hobbyboss 1:35 - Soviet T-28 Medium Tank (Cone Turret) - £34.99 HBB83866 - Hobbyboss 1:35 - Hungarian 39M CSABA Armored Car - £29.99 HBB81736 - Hobbyboss 1:48 - Hawk T MK.127 - £27.99 HBB83882 - Hobbyboss 1:35 - Soviet BA-20 Armored Car Mod.1937 - £24.99 Check out the website for all the latest new releases. www.creativemodels.co.uk Follow all our latest news on our Facebook page https://www.facebook...ativeModelsLtd/
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    New Releases From Takom Now In Stock

    IN STOCK NOW, NEW TAKOM We have had in today the new releases from Takom Takom 1:35 - AMX-13/75 Light Tank IDF 2 in 1 Takom 1:35 - AMX-13/90 French Light Tank Takom 1:35 - AMX-13/75 French Light Tank with SS-11 ATGM 2 in 1 Follow us on Facebook for all the latest news https://www.facebook...eativeModelsLtd Check out the website for all new releases www.creativemodels.co.uk
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    New Vallejo Air Paint Sets

    NEW FROM VALLEJO COMING SOON Model Air Paint Sets. VAL71144 - RAF Colours Special Battle Of Britain This set has been developed for painting the RAF fighter aircraft which participated in the major air battle of all times, “The Battle of Britain”, from the beginning in July 1940 to the final phase or “Night Blitz” in May 1941. Model Air set with 8 colours developed on the basis of intensive research and precise colour matching with the Federal Standard 595 and British Standard Colours BS381C colour specifications. The sets include the colours for the air plane profiles and camouflage patterns drawn by Mark Rolfe. With the collaboration of “Pieza a Pieza. Paints Included VAL71323, VAL71404, VAL71324, VAL71057, VAL71302, VAL71126, VAL71009, VAL71305 VAL71145 - RAF Colours Bomber and Training Air Command 1939 - 1945 This set has been developed for painting all the bombers (light, medium and heavy) of the Bomber Air Command of the RAF from 1939 until the end of WWII. This set also includes “Trainer Yellow” which, combined with the other colours or by itself, can be used for most of the training aircraft and prototypes. Model Air set with 8 colours developed on the basis of intensive research and precise colour matching with the Federal Standard 595 and British Standard Colours BS381C colour specifications. The sets include the colours for the air plane profiles and camouflage patterns drawn by Mark Rolfe. With the collaboration of “Pieza a Pieza. Paints Included VAL71323, VAL71302, VAL71324, VAL71305, VAL71057, VAL71126, VAL71307, VAL71078 VAL71146 - RAF Colours SEAC (Air Command South East Asia) 1942 -1945 This set has been developed for the painting of all types of aircraft of the RAF in the SEAC (Air Command South East Asia) based in the British colonies in the Far East. Model Air set with 8 colours developed on the basis of intensive research and precise colour matching with the Federal Standard 595 and British Standard Colours BS381C colour specifications. The sets include the colours for the air plane profiles and camouflage patterns drawn by Mark Rolfe. With the collaboration of “Pieza a Pieza. Paint Included VAL71323, VAL71302, VAL71324, VAL71306, VAL71273, VAL71057, VAL71307, VAL71279 VAL71147 - FAA (Fleet Air Arm) Colours 1939 - 1945 This set has been developed for the painting of the aircraft of the Fleet Air Arm (FAA) of the British fleet, for land-based aircraft as well as for aircraft, British or American, embarked on carriers from 1939 until the end of the War. Model Air set with 8 colours developed on the basis of intensive research and precise colour matching with the Federal Standard 595 and British Standard Colours BS381C colour specifications. The sets include the colours for the air plane profiles and camouflage patterns drawn by Mark Rolfe. With the collaboration of “Pieza a Pieza. Paints Included VAL71110, VAL71407, VAL71309, VAL71302, VAL71405, VAL71057, VAL71406, VAL71279 VAL71148 - RAF Colours Coastal Command 1939 - 1945 This set has been developed for painting the aircraft of the RAF Coastal Command , for land based aircraft as well as for seaplanes, from 1939 until the end of the war. Model Air set with 8 colours developed on the basis of intensive research and precise colour matching with the Federal Standard 595 and British Standard Colours BS381C colour specifications. The sets include the colours for the air plane profiles and camouflage patterns drawn by Mark Rolfe. With the collaboration of “Pieza a Pieza. Paints Included VAL71323, VAL71302, VAL71324, VAL71306, VAL71110, VAL71057, VAL71309, VAL71279 VAL71149 - RAF Day Fighters Pre-War To 1941 This set has been developed for painting the RAF fighter camouflage scheme “Temperate Land” in its different colour combinations from the years before WWII (starting in 1937) and the beginning of the conflict in 1939, with the first battles in Norway, Netherland, France and England, until August 1941. The set also includes the colours for the “Shadow Compensation” colour scheme used in biplanes of all models and deployment. Model Air set with 8 colours developed on the basis of intensive research and precise colour matching with the Federal Standard 595 and British Standard Colours BS381C colour specifications. The sets include the colours for the air plane profiles and camouflage patterns drawn by Mark Rolfe. With the collaboration of “Pieza a Pieza. Paints Included VAL71323, VAL71302, VAL71324, VAL71279, VAL71291, VAL71057, VAL71403, VAL71062 VAL71162 - RAF Colours Day Fighters 1941 - 1945 & P.R.U. This set has been developed for painting the RAF day fighter aircraft from August 1941 until the end of the War, as well as the HF Interceptors (High Fighters). The set also includes the colours for the PRU (Photographic Reconnaissance Unit ) aircraft. Model Air set with 8 colours developed on the basis of intensive research and precise colour matching with the Federal Standard 595 and British Standard Colours BS381C colour specifications. The sets include the colours for the air plane profiles and camouflage patterns drawn by Mark Rolfe. With the collaboration of “Pieza a Pieza. Paints Included VAL71273, VAL71109, VAL71324, VAL71408, VAL71307, VAL71057, VAL71302, VAL71279 VAL71163 - RAF Colours Desert Scheme & M.T.O. 1940 - 1945 This set has been developed for the painting of all types of RAF aircraft with the colour patterns “Tropical Land Scheme”, “Desert Scheme”, “Special Coastal Scheme”, etc. from June 1940 until the end of the War, in North Africa and the Mediterranean theatre. Model Air set with 8 colours developed on the basis of intensive research and precise colour matching with the Federal Standard 595 and British Standard Colours BS381C colour specifications. The sets include the colours for the air plane profiles and camouflage patterns drawn by Mark Rolfe. With the collaboration of “Pieza a Pieza. Paints Included VAL71306, VAL71324, VAL71108, VAL71323, VAL71113, VAL71302, VAL71313, VAL71031. Follow us on Facebook for all the latest news https://www.facebook...eativeModelsLtd Check out the website for all new releases www.creativemodels.co.uk
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    New Releases From Trumpeter Now In Stock

    NEW FROM TRUMPETER We have had in today the New Releases from Trumpeter. TRU00922 - Trumpeter 1:16 - German Pz.Beob.Wg.IV Ausf.J (Medium Tank) TRU00930 - Trumpeter 1:16 - US M-ATV MRAP TRU01024 - Trumpeter 1:35 - Ex-Soviet 2P19 Launcher w/R-17 Missile (SS-1C SCUD TRU01027 - Trumpeter 1:35 - Russian URAL-375D TRU05109 - Trumpeter 1:35 - Chinese Z-9WA Helicopter TRU02894 - Trumpeter 1:48 - De Havilland Hornet F.3 TRU05587 - Trumpeter 1:35 - Soviet JS-1 (Heavy Tank) TRU02878 - Trumpeter 1:48 - T-38C Talon (NASA) TRU05783 - Trumpeter 1:700 - USS California BB-44 (1941) TRU05403 - Trumpeter 1:12 - Ford GT 40 Mk.II TRU02872 - Trumpeter 1:48 - EKA-3B Skywarrior Strategic Bomber TRU05537 - Trumpeter 1:35 - PLA Type 62 Light Tank TRU01667 - Trumpeter 1:72 - Russian Su-33 Flanker D TRU00434 - Trumpeter 1:35 - Soviet Soldier - Scud B Crew TRU06706 - Trumpeter 1:700 - HMS Dreadnought 1918 TRU01552 - Trumpeter 1:35 - Russian T-62 (Mod.1972+KTD-2) Follow us on Facebook for all the latest news https://www.facebook...eativeModelsLtd Check out the website for all new releases www.creativemodels.co.uk
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    New Releases From Miniart Now In Stock

    We have had a restock and the new releases from Miniart in today. MIN35104 - Miniart 1:35 - 7.62 cm F.K. 39 German Field Gun MIN35158 - Miniart 1:35 - BZ-38 Refueller Mod 1939 MIN35160 - Miniart 1:35 - GAZ-03-30 Ambulance ... MIN35190 - Miniart 1:35 - US Ammo-Loading Crew MIN35196 - Miniart 1:35 - ZIS-5 Family Wheels Set Visit the website and our Facebook page for more information. www.creativemodels.co.uk www.facebook.com/CreativeModelsLtd
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    New Releases From Academy Now In Stock

    We have had in today the new releases from Academy. The New Releases Include: ACA14217 - Academy 1:1000 R.M.S. Titanic MCP ACA13299 - Academy 1:35 - Tiger I Gruppe Fehrmann April 1945 ... ACA13297 - Academy 1:35 - IDF Magach 7C 'Gimel' ACA12530 - Academy 1:72 - P-47D & F-86E 'Gabreski' Ltd Edt ACA12528 - Academy 1:72 - B-29A Enola Gay & Bocks Car ACA12310 - Academy 1:48 - ROKAF F-4D Phantom 151th FS Ltd ED ACA12123 - Academy 1:32 - F-16 CG/CJ Fighting Falcon LE 12/15 ACA12302 - Academy 1:48 - USAAF B-25B Doolittle Raid ACA14220 - Academy 1:700 R.M.S. Titanic & LED Set Check out the website for all the new releases and keep upto date with us on our facebook page www.creativemodels.co.uk https://www.facebook.com/CreativeModelsLtd
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    Weekly Special Offers

    The weekly specials have now been updated and are available to order . They will be available until Wednesday 17th June. Why not have a look and grab a bargain. Click on the link to see the weekly specials http://www.creativemodels.co.uk/this_weeks_specials-c-205.html Creative Models Ltd
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    Meng Model Russian Smerch Now In Stock

    The New Meng Model 1:35 Russian Smerch 9A52-2 Long Range Rocket Launcher is now in stock. Check out the website for more information on all new releases www.creativemodels.co.uk All UK Mainland orders over £30 is free Royal Mail 1st Class Post
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    New Releases From Trumpeter

    New Releases From Trumpeter Now In Stock. TRU00921 - Trumpeter 1:16 - Pz.Kpfw.IV Ausf.J German Medium Tank TRU01547 - Trumpeter 1:35 - Russian T-62 Model 1960 (Iraq Modification) TRU01674 - Trumpeter 1:72 - Mikoyan MiG-29A Fulcrum (Izdeliye 9.12) TRU02344 - Trumpeter 1:35 - Soviet 122mm Howitzer 1938 M-30 Late TRU02863 - Trumpeter 1:48 - MiG-21 MK Fishbed J Fighter TRU02877 - Trumpeter 1:48 - Northrop US T-38C Talon TRU02879 - Trumpeter 1:48 - PLA JL-9 TRU05340 - Trumpeter 1:350 - U.S.S. New Texas BB-35 TRU05516 - Trumpeter 1:35 - Russian NBC (LATE) TRU05585 - Trumpeter 1:35 - Russian BMP-2D IFV TRU05593 - Trumpeter 1:35 - Soviet 2S7 Self-propelled Gun TRU05794 - Trumpeter 1:700 - HMS Queen Elizabeth 1918 battleship TRU05598 - Trumpeter 1:35 - Russian T-72B MBT TRU05597 - Trumpeter 1:35 - Russian SA-8 Gecko System TRU05545 - Trumpeter 1:35 - Soviet T-10 Heavy Tank TRU05619 - Trumpeter 1:350 - USS Kitty Hawk CV-63 TRU05784 - Trumpeter 1:700 - USS California BB-44 1945 Visit the website for more information www.creativemodels.co.uk
  19. Meng Model 1:35 - British Medium Tank Mk.A Whippet Now In Stock SRP £24.99 Click on the image to go straight to our website Thanks to its streamline shape, the beautiful Whippet originated in England can run at a high speed which is hard for common dogs to achieve. So it’s easy to see what British designers expected when they named a tank Whippet. In 1916, many problems were exposed in the first combat of British Mk.I tank. The dissatisfied British Army started to develop a new tank to complement the slower Mk.I tank. William Tritton (1875-1946), one of the creators of tank, was in charge of this project. The War Office called this project the Tritton Chaser, and Tritton called it Whippet. In October 1917, the first Mk.A Whippet medium tank rolled off the production line. It was 6.1m long, 2.6m wide and 14t heavy. It had a crew of 3. Two 45hp Tylor gasoline engines were placed at the front. Because of its small fuel tank, some fuel containers were hung on the hull. Four Hotchkiss machine guns of the polygonal turret at the rear of the vehicle pointed at four different directions. Compared to Mk.I tank, Mk.A was lighter, faster and cheaper. After its service in 1918, the British Army was greatly encouraged. As an famous example, a single Whippet destroyed an artillery battery, an Observation balloon, the camp of an infantry battalion and a transport column, inflicting heavy casualties. Almost a century later, there are only 5 Mk.A tanks preserved in UK, Belgium, Canada, USA and South Africa. After studying a lot of reference materials, MENGs team now presents the replica of this unique Whippet.This MENG 1/35 British Medium Tank Mk.A Whippet plastic model kit has the following features: the exteriors are perfectly represented; all rivets are replicated; armor plates of the turret can be bent easily; four finely reproduced Hotchkiss machine guns are movable; the track links are cement free; three paint schemes are provided. This MENG model kit perfectly represents the unique WWI Whippet tank. Come on and feel it yourself.
  20. The New Takom Chieftains Are Now In Stock Takom 1:35 - Chieftain Mk 11 Main Battle Tank MBT Takom 1:35 - Chieftain Mk 5 Main Battle Tank MBT Takom 1:35 - Chieftain Mk 10 Main Battle Tank MBT Click on the image or visit our website for all new releases. www.creativemodels.co.uk
  21. The New Meng Models Armoured Monster is Now in stock. The New Meng TS-020 retails at £59.99 with Free UK Mainland 1st Class Post. Kit Information This kit includes precisely reproduced driver’s cabin, engine and other interiors. Traditional cement-free workable tracks are easy to assemble. “Crib” trench crossing device is provided to show its unique history. We believe that this Mk.V will bring a brand new building experience for rhomboid tank fans. 465 parts in light Beige plastic 192 individual track links in Black plastic 50 brass Photo-etch parts 1 length of fine metal chain 4 vinyl poly caps 1 Decal sheet 36 page colour instruction booklet Tank Information In 1916, British and French troops launched the Somme Offensive against German army astride the River Somme in northern France. This battle, one of the bloodiest in human history, has also been remembered because of a new weapon that shocked the German army, the British Mk.I heavy tank. Tank, one of the greatest inventions in the war history of the twentieth century, marked the beginning of a new era of army mechanization. Mark series heavy tanks went through several improvements. The only thing unchanged was their unique rhomboid shape which remained in many people’s memory as the main feature of WWI tanks. In 1917, the British found a new transmission and engine, and then they started to improve Mk.IV tanks. Thanks to the epicyclic gearbox, only one driver was needed to drive the new tank. The tank was powered by a 150hp Ricardo 6 cylinder in-line petrol engine and could drive for 10 hours on a rugged terrain. This new tank was finally designated Mk.V. Mk.V tanks were first used in the Battle of Hamel in 1918, when they contributed to a successful assault by Australian units on the German lines. During the development of Mk.V heavy tank model kit, MENG received great supports from The Tank Museum in Bovington, UK. As one of the most famous tank museums in the world, it keeps more than 300 vehicles, including the Mk.V heavy tank (male). MENG’s designers measured the real vehicle and studied a lot of reference materials in order to accurately represent this classic tank. Click on the link to order yours today. http://www.creativemodels.co.uk/meng_model_135_british_heavy_tank_mk_v_male_-p-39761.html Or visit the website for all new releases. www.creativemodels.co.uk
  22. New Limited Edition Aussie Eight Now In Stock £66.99 Scale kit of Spitfire Mk.VIII in Australian service Code named Aussie Eight Model Information Plastic Parts: Eduard Number Of Decal Options: 30 Decals: Cartograf, Eduard stencils Photo-Etch Parts Included: Colour Painting Mask Included Resin Parts Included: Wheels (2 pairs) Includes book about Australian Spitfires Mk.VIII (104 pages) in English. Click on the images to order or visit our website. www.creativemodels.co.uk
  23. NEW EDUARD SEPTEMBER RELEASES NOW IN STOCK EDK1188 - Eduard LTD EDT 1:48 - Aussie Eight / Spitfire Mk.VII (Dual Combo) £66.99 EDK7055 - Eduard Kits 1:72 - UTI MiG-15 (ProfiPACK) £12.99 EDK8425 - Eduard Weekend 1:48 - SPAD XIII £17.99 EDBIG3585 - Eduard Big Ed Sets 1:35 - T-34/85 (ACA13290) £14.99 EDBIG5329 - Eduard Big Ed Sets 1:350 - HMS Illustrious (AIR14201) £56.99 EDBIG49131 - Eduard Big Ed Sets 1:48 - MiG-23MLD (TRU02856) £40.99 EDBIG49132 -Eduard Big Ed Sets 1:48 - Spitfire Mk.I (AIR05126) £24.99 EDBIG49133 - Eduard Big Ed Sets 1:48 - Spitfire Mk.XVI (EDK1198) £19.99 EDB632061 - Eduard Brassin 1:32 - Mosquito FB Mk.IV Wheels (HKM) £7.75 EDB632062 - Eduard Brassin 1:32 - Mosquito FB Mk.IV Exhaust Stacks (HKM) £4.50 EDB632064 - Eduard Brassin 1:32 - Spitfire Mk.II Cockpit (Revell) £25.99 EDB648194 - Eduard Brassin 1:48 - AM-39 Exocet £7.75 EDB648208 - Eduard Brassin 1:48 - F-4C Ejection Seats (Academy) £9.50 EDB648224 - Eduard Brassin 1:48 - Mk.81 Bombs £7.75 EDB648226 - Eduard Brassin 1:48 - LAU-10/A ZUNI £7.75 EDB648227 - Eduard Brassin 1:48 - MER £7.75 EDB648228 - Eduard Brassin 1:48 - F-4J Cockpit (Academy) £20.99 EDB672068 - Eduard Brassin 1:72 - MiG-15 Fuel Tanks 300L (Eduard) £3.99 EDB672074 - Eduard Brassin 1:72 - Mk.84 Bombs - Retard Fin £5.25 EDB672078 - Eduard Brassin 1:72 - F-4J Wheels (Academy) £4.50 Plus All The Following New Photo-etch EDP17039 - Eduard Photoetch 1:700 - HMS Dreadnought 1915 (TRU06705) - £15.99 EDP17530 - Eduard Photoetch 1:700 - Navel Figures Royal Navy - £7.99 EDP32845 - Eduard Photoetch 1:32 - Mosquito Mk.VI Seatbelts (TAM60326) - £7.50 EDP32846 - Eduard Photoetch 1:32 - Mosquito Mk.VI Seatbelts FABRIC (TAM60326) - £8.75 EDP48854 - Eduard Photoetch 1:48 - A-10C Exterior (ITA2725) - £16.99 EDP48855 - Eduard Photoetch 1:48 - F-4D Air Brakes (ACA12300) - £9.99 EDP48856 - Eduard Photoetch 1:48 - F-4D Exterior (ACA12300) - £13.99 EDP49728 - Eduard Photoetch 1:48 - A-10C Interior S.A. (ITA2725) - £13.99 EDP49729 - Eduard Photoetch 1:48 - F-4D Interior S.A. (ACA12300) - £15.99 EDP49730 - Eduard Photoetch 1:48 - F-4D Seatbelts (ACA12300) - £7.75 EDP49731 - Eduard Photoetch 1:48 - UH-1Y S.A. (KH80124) - £15.99 EDP49732 - Eduard Photoetch 1:48 - UH-1Y Seatbelts (KH80124) - £8.99 EDP72606 - Eduard Photoetch 1:72 - Whitley Mk.V Landing Flaps (AIR08016) - £12.99 EDP72607 - Eduard Photoetch 1:72 - UTI MiG-15 Landing Flaps (EDK7055) - £7.75 EDP72608 - Eduard Photoetch 1:72 - UTI MiG-15 Exterior (EDK7055) - £7.75 EDP72609 - Eduard Photoetch 1:72 - He 111P-2 Exterior (AIR06014) - £15.99 EDP72610 - Eduard Photoetch 1:72 - He 111P-2 Bomb Bay (AIR06014) - £15.99 EDP73531 - Eduard Photoetch 1:72 - Whitley Mk.V S.A. (AIR08016) - £13.99 EDP73532 - Eduard Photoetch 1:72 - He 111P-2 Interior S.A. (AIR06014) - £13.99 EDPFE729 - Eduard Photoetch (Zoom) 1:48 - F-4D Interior S.A. (ACA12300) - £8.25 EDPFE731 - Eduard Photoetch (Zoom) 1:48 - UH-1Y Interior S.A. (KH80124) - £7.75 EDPFE728 - Eduard Photoetch (Zoom) 1:48 -A-10C Interior S.A. (ITA2725) - £7.75 EDPSS532 - Eduard Photoetch (Zoom) 1:72 - He 111P-2 Interior S.A. (AIR08016) - £7.75 Visit The Website For All New Releases www.creativemodels.co.uk
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    New Trumpeter Releases Now In Stock

    NEW TRUMPETER RELEASES NOW IN STOCK TRU05338 - Trumpeter 1:350 - Russian Tsesarevich Battleship 1904 £47.99 TRU01550 - Trumpeter 1:35 - T-62 Mod 1975 KMT-6 Mine Plough £32.99 TRU02335 - Trumpeter 1:35 - PLA Type 59 103mm Towed Field Gun £29.99 TRU05770 - Trumpeter 1:700 - USS Maryland BB-46 1945 Colorado Class Battleship £29.99 TRU05799 - Trumpeter 1:700 - HMS Malaya 1943 £29.99 Visit the website for all new releases. www.creativemodels.co.uk
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    New Hobbyboss Releases Now In Stock

    New Hobbyboss Releases Now In Stock. HBB81734 - Hobbyboss 1:48 - Hawk T Mk.67 £24.99 HBB83836 - Hobbyboss 1:35 - Soviet GAZ-AA Cargo Truck £29.99 HBB81710 - Hobbyboss 1:48 - A-6E TRAM Intruder £49.99 HBB83842 - Hobbyboss 1:35 - Soviet T-35 Heavy Tank - Before 1938 £44.99 HBB83862 - Hobbyboss 1:35 - Schneider CA - Armored £29.99 HBB83865 - Hobbyboss 1:35 - Soviet T-38 Amphibious Light Tank £24.99 HBB83861 - Hobbyboss 1:35 - Schneider CA - Early £29.99 HBB87259 - Hobbyboss 1:72 - French Jaguar E £24.99 HBB83819 - Hobbyboss 1:35 - Soviet T-37 Amphibious £22.99 Click on the images for more information or visit the website for all new releases www.creativemodels.co.uk
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