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We know how much you like the KC-45 Tanker so we are here to give you a really good deal you will never forget. A spectacular KC-4...5 Tanker model airplane is up for grabs at a reasonable price that will make the aviation junkie in you scream for more. It is crafted only with the utmost care and precision. It is made that way in order to give you an amazing up- close and personal aircraft experience. Warplanes share the same enthusiasm you have for aviation that's why we strive to give you only the best KC-45 Tanker model plane. Truly, Warplanes understand the burning passion an aviation enthusiast bears so we are dedicated in giving you only the best model planes in the market. The KC-45 Tanker model plane is among these and you can see it for yourself by ordering one now! It was carefully made by the most skilled hands. Only the highest quality raw materials were used and were given definition by the proper tools. Order our KC-45 Tanker model airplane and you'll surely become one of our satisfied customers. No doubt, Warplanes can cater to your cravings for aircraft and aviation with superbly crafted model planes. Northrop Grumman KC-45 History:. The KC-45 is a tanker and transport aircraft derived from the Airbus A330 MRTT. It was manufactured by Northrop Grumman/EADS (Airbus). The primary user and operator of the KC- 45 is the United States Air Force. The United States Air Force had ordered 179 KC-45As in the first stage of replacing their aging KC- 135 tankers, which are currently in service. In July 2008, however, the contest was opened after Boeing's protest of the award was upheld. The KC-45 has a crew of three for a pilot, co-pilot and one AAR boom operator and has a seating capacity of 226-280 passengers. It has a maximum speed of 880 km/h and a range of 12,500 km. It incorporates two General Electric CF6-80E1A4B turbofans. Span: 15.82". Length: 15.43". Read More
Avro Lancaster B Mk.I Grand Slam Bomber/Avro Lancaster B Mk.III Dambuster. British 4-engine WWII era heavy bomber buildable as a '...Type 464 Provision' dambuster or Grand Slam earthquake bomber variant. Kit features detailed exterior with fine raised panel lines and rivets, interior detail (including cockpit and radio/navigation station), special weapons modified lower fuselage fairings (2 types with choice of 'Upkeep' bouncing bomb or 22,000 lb. Grand Slam bomb), dorsal turret plate, optional nose turret fairing, detailed wheel wells, wheels with weighted tires, optional engines with mounts (x2, in lieu of closed cowlings), optional position landing gear and bomb bay doors and 5 figures (pilot, bombardier, radioman and tail gunner - all posed at their stations plus standing mechanic). Also includes pre-painted canopy frames and your choice of shrouded or exposed exhausts and early or late style propellers. Decals and painting guide for 3 Royal Air Force aircraft: Mk.III ED932 of No 617 Squadron; Mk.III ED915 of No 617 Squadron and Mk.I PD119 of No 617 Squadron, April 1945 - includes instrument panel, radio faces, wing walkway borders and stencil data. Read More
Where will you go today? Be sure to bring Charly Teddy Bear along with you. He's all ready to be packed in his sturdy suitcase and... is ready for adventure. Made of cuddly soft plush with dangling limbs weighted by pellets. Read More
Modern USAF fighter. Kit features engraved panel lines, detailed cockpit, seated pilot, optional position speed brake, detailed la...nding gear, rubber tires, optional position canopy, opening nose cone and external stores ((x4) AIM-7F Sparrow rockets, (x4) AIM-9L Sidewinder rockets, 20mm M61A-1 Vulcan Cannon). Also includes: Tactical Electronic Warfare System, AN/APG-70 radar. Decals and painting guide for 3 aircraft: 3rd Wing Commander's Aircraft, Alaska; 18th Wing Commander's Aircraft and 44th Fighter Squadron No.544 Aircraft, Kadena Base. Read More
This costume includes a pullover character tunic and 2 pillow pouches. This is an officially licensed Angry Birds costume.
During the Second World War, the development of heavy tanks continued at a fevered pitch. To deploy these tanks to the front line,... or retrieve them when damaged or broken, the necessity of a large-scale transport vehicle was heightened. In April of 1943, the U.S. started production of "The Dragon Wagon", one of the biggest tank transport vehicles of WWII. Constructed around an armored cabin and a sturdy trailer, it boasted a loading capacity of 40 tons. Also assisting in the transport of boats for river crossing operations, the Dragon Wagon was a great advantage to the advancement of the Allied Forces. Read More
Special Edition Imperial Japanese Navy, long range, aircraft-carrying, 'super submarine' model kit. Features optional full or wate...rline hull, hangar hatch buildable in open or closed position, Seiran aircraft can be built in flying or stowed configurations, deck crane can be displayed in erect or stowed positions, includes photo-etch parts (railings, hangar hatch details, crane arm, antenna array, aircraft propellers and dollies), guide stickers to aid photo-etch installation, metal screw shafts and plastic display base. Special edition features: 48 injection-molded crew figures in 6 poses; 4 metal type 95 torpedoes; transparent superstructure parts allowing view inside the hangar and 6 clear-molded Seiran aircraft. Also includes decals for vessel and aircraft (including canopy panels) plus printed paper flag sheet. Read More
Fun LaQ pieces in only seven shapes to build anything you can imagine! Instructions to build 3-D models come with the set.
EMD introduced the GP15-1 in 1975 as a replacement for aging GP7s and GP9s still serving in switching, transfer and wayfreight ser...vice. Offering 1500 horsepower, the new design was better suited to the bigger and heavier cars then entering service, while the low nose improved forward visibility for added safety. As an added incentive, EMD required customers to provide a trade-in unit, which supplied traction motors, trucks and main generators, reducing the purchase price. Outwardly, GP15-1s looked like 35 Series engines, with a road-style cab and short nose. The most distinguishing feature was the single 48" fan and tunnel motor air intake for the radiators. Later versions included the GP15-1AC, equipped with an alternator instead of a generator and the GP15T, which added a turbocharger to the AC model. Nearly 370 of the three styles were built for US railroads between 1976 and 1983, and many are still going strong today. - www.walthers.com Read More