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  1. Weekly Specials. The weekly specials have now been updated and are available to order. This is a two week list (200 items) and they will be available until Thursday 4th February. All orders over £30 is free UK Mainland 1st Class Post. Why not have a look and grab a bargain. Click on the link to see the weekly specials http://www.creativem...ials-c-205.html Thank you Creative Models Ltd
  2. NEW RELEASES FROM HOBBYBOSS NOW IN STOCK HBB83852 - Hobbyboss 1:35 - Soviet T-28 Medium Tank (Welded) HBB83814 - Hobbyboss 1:35 - German Le.Pz.Sp.Wg (Sd.Kfz.221) Leichter Panzerspahwagen-Late HBB83866 - Hobbyboss 1:35 - Hungarian 39M CSABA Armored Car HBB80140 - Hobbyboss 1:35 - German 2cm Flak 38 Pz.Kpfw .38 (t) HBB83817 - Hobbyboss 1:35 - German Sd.Kfz.223 Leichter Panzerspahwagen (1st Series) HBB83855 - Hobbyboss 1:35 - Soviet T-28 Medium Tank (Cone Turret) HBB81750 - Hobbyboss 1:48 - BF 109G-2 HBB83859 - Hobbyboss 1:35 - French Saint-Chamond Heavy Tank - Medium HBB83878 - Hobbyboss 1:35 - Vickers Medium Tank MK I HBB83867 - Hobbyboss 1:35 - Leopard 2A4M CAN HBB83839 - Hobbyboss 1:35 - Soviet BA-6 Armor Car HBB83828 - Hobbyboss 1:35 - Finnish T-50 Tank HBB81752 - Hobbyboss 1:48 - SAAB J-32B/E Lansen HBB83870 - Hobbyboss 1:35 - IDF APC Nagmachon(Doghouse II ) HBB83844 - Hobbyboss 1:35 - Soviet T-35 Heavy Tank (Late) HBB80137 - Hobbyboss 1:35 - German Panzer Kpfw.38(t) Ausf.G HBB80377 - Hobbyboss 1:48 - Me 262 A-2a/U2 HBB81741 - Hobbyboss 1:48 - AMX Ground Attack Aircraft HBB83833 - Hobbyboss 1:35 - US GMC CCKW-352 Machine Gun Turret Version HBB83837 - Hobbyboss 1:35 - Soviet GAZ-AAA Cargo Truck HBB83876 - Hobbyboss 1:35 - French VBL Armour Car HBB81735 - Hobbyboss 1:48 - Hawk T MK.100/102 HBB81715 - Hobbyboss 1:48 - Chinese J-11B Fighter HBB80382 - Hobbyboss 1:48 - F4U-1 Corsair - Late Version Visit our website for more information. www.creativemodels.co.uk Keep upto date with us on our Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/CreativeModelsLtd/
  3. The New Revell Avro Shackleton is Now In Stock Revell 1:72 Avro Shackleton Mk.2 AEW Model construction kit of the Avro Shackleton, one of the most famous long range maritime reconnaissance aircraft. Developed in 1971 the AEW.2 version received a large radome and was used in service by the RAF. Product Information Finely engraved surfaces Detailed cockpit Rear observation station Weapon bay with separate doors Side door optionally open or closed Nose section with MG s Tailplane with separate rudders Nose radome Separate ailerons Separate flaps Detailed engine nacelles Detailed main undercarriage Rotatable propeller Antennas Decal set for 2 RAF versions Product Details Length: 370 mm Wingspan: 506 mm number of parts: 193 Paints Required Acrylics RV36378, RV36302, RV36109, RV36381, RV36371, RV36363, RV36301, RV36190, RV36199, RV36314, RV36330, RV36731, RV36101, RV36148, RV36330 Enamels RV32378, RV32302,RV32109, RV32381, RV32371, RV32363, RV32301, RV32190, RV32199, RV32314, RV32330, RV32731, RV32101, RV32148, RV32330. SRP £36.99 with Free UK Mainland Royal Mail 1st Class Postage Click on the link to order yours http://www.creativemodels.co.uk/revell_172_avro_shackleton_aew2_-p-39547.html Follow all our latest news on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/CreativeModelsLtd/
  4. T-44 Soviet Medium Tank COMING FEBRUARY 2016 Product Information: Complete Package. Everything you need for an accurate model in one box. All New Tooling. The First Ever Model In Plastic Ever Full Interior of fighting Compartment V-44 Engine Included Workable Tracks Workable Torsion Bars Photoetch Parts Included Clear Parts Included Decal sheet for 10 Options Full Colour Instructions Check out the video from Miniart below https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MaDR9ZRbCbU&feature=youtu.be All of this for just £39.99 with Free UK Mainland Postage HISTORICAL INFORMATION SOVIET MEDIUM TANK Т-44 Produced: 1944-1947 Number built: 1.823 SPECIFICATIONS Crew: 4 Weight: 31 t Length: 6070 mm Length with gun forward: 7650 mm Width: 3180 mm Height: 2410 mm Base: 3800 mm Ground clearance: 425 mm Engine: Model V-44 12-cyl. Diesel 500 hp Max. road speed: 60 km/h Max. cross country speed: 25-30 km/h Max. operational range: 250 km Suspension type: personal torsion-bar Specific ground pressure: 0.83 kg/cm² Gradeability: 30 deg. Surmounted the wall: 0.73 m Trench: 2.5 m Fording: 1.3 m Armour: 15-120 mm ARMAMENT Mark: ZIS-S-53 standard in 1944 (58 rds.) Caliber: 85 mm Type of gun: rifled Sight: telescopic TSh-16 Machine gun: 2 x 7.62-mm DTM HISTORY T-44 was created in 1943-1944. Though the T-44 did not see combat in World War II, it was issued to tank brigades for training purposes. It was never shown publicly during military parades and pictures were never shown publicly until the secrecy was dropped. T-44 was being developed in order to create a tank that would have better combat and technical characteristics than the T-34. SPECIFIC FEATURES The original intention was to retain the high mobility and speed of a T-34 and to provide the T-44 with heavier armour protection against large-caliber tank guns. This was accomplished by adding thicker armour but reducing the internal volume of the hull. Although the T-44 used many components of the T-34, it had a new hull, and a modified model diesel engine, suspension and transmission. THE MAIN DIFFERENCES FROM THE T-34-85 T-44’s hull had a simplified construction without fenders. The hull of the T-34-85 had T-shape cross-section while T-44’s hull had a rectangular shape. The height of the t-44’s hull was reduced to 300 mm. The new V-44 12-cylinder 4-stroke diesel engine, developing 500 hp, was a more powerful version of the T-34's model V-2 with a new planetary manual 5-speed transmission system, filtration system, improved cooling system, horizontally placed water and oil pumps and an improved fuel system which increased its power output. It was the first tank design to feature transverse engine placement, which made it smaller than a standard T-34 and gave the crew more space. The hull upper front armour (glacis plate 60°) thickness was doubled to 90 mm. Even though it was more heavily armoured, the weight of the T-44 was the same. The tank's crew did not include a radio operator/machine gunner. This space was used for ammunition stowage area, transferred from the floor of the fighting compartment. As a result were improved working conditions. The bow machine gun and driver's hatch switched positions on the glacis plate. One of the machine guns was mounted to fire through a tiny hole in the center of the glacis plate. Because the tank's crew did not include a radio operator/machine gunner, the driver operated this light machine gun. The T-44 had a compact torsion-bar suspension instead of the T-34's Christie coil springs.
  5. Merry Christmas & Happy New Year From Creative Models Ltd
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