Kalmbach 12440 Building & Designing Plastic Model Aircraft, 12440This is the Scale Modeler's How-To Guide Building And Detailing Model Aircraft (plastic models) book by KalmbachFeatures:The author, Pat Hawkey, demonstrates in clear, close-up photos how to modify inaccurate kits and how toapply extra detail such as aftermarket resin and photoetched metal partsLearn from a master craftsman about: Basic construction Parts clean up, basic tools and glues Alignment, corrections and modifications Adding rigging and aftermarket parts Scribing panel lines Detailing with paint Installing and even creating your own improved canopies Building resin and vacuum-formed kit conversions for specialized aircraft95 pagesIncludes:(1) Scale Modeler's How-To Guide Building And Detailing Model Aircraft (plastic models) bookThis product is compatible with the following Model(s):
This is the latest edition - fully revised and updated - of the standard textbook on aerodynamic theory, as applied to model flight. Everything is explained in a concise and practical form for those enthusiasts who appreciate that a better understanding of model behaviour is the sure path to greater success and enjoyment, whether just for fun or in competition.
The RAF BAE Sea Harrier FRS MK.I 1982 Diecast Plane from the Humatt RAF Diecast Aircraft model series - This new range comes in superb RAF official packaging and is a genuine licensed RAF model New from the Humatt range of Royal Air Force Aircraft toys and Models is the RAF BAE Sea Harrier FRS MK.I 1982 Diecast Plane. This beautifully detailed model includes a display stand.
Product Description Emirates Airlines A380 Model Dimension: Approx. 16 Cm Wings 14.5CM Item includes box & model stand. PLEASE NOTE THAT THE ITEM COMES ASSEMBLED
Supermarine Spitfire Mk.VB White Scheme Wingspan: 18" (460mm) A Supermarine Spitfire Mk. VB model supplied with cream tissue and generic roundels for the builder to paint or decorate as they see fit. The perfect basis for an accurate, flying scale model. The kit contains: Accurately printed plan, laser-cut parts, tissue, rubber motor, decal sheet, detailed instructions, plastic cockpit canopy and prop spinner, propellor and PVA wood glue.
Model comes with Amercom magazine. Model packed in blister.
In the early 1930s the British Air Ministry issued a specification for a new trainer aircraft for the RAF and the DH.82 Tiger Moth was an excellent training aircraft - often summarised by the phrase "easy to fly, but difficult to fly well". This meant that it was safe in the hands of a novice but helped instructors weed out weaker pilots. The RAF began using the aircraft in 1932 and it was not replaced until 1952, meaning the vast majority of RAF and Commonwealth pilots that served in the Second World War, first took to the air in a Tiger Moth.