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  1. Selling some of my collection of plastic kits. This is just a small sample... more to come later There are lots of data entry and research to do to get it in Excel Price (negotiable) + Shipping I can send pictures of box conditions when asked....
  2. Selling the last released detailing sets of Metallic Details: Detailing set for aircraft model Airbus A380 (Revell) in scale 1/144 - $27.00 Set contains 3 photoetching boards (more than 90 parts) for detailing the exterior of the aircraft. Detailing set for aircraft model Embraer 195 (Revell) in scale 1/144 - $8.00 Set contains photoetching board 52*73 mm (40 parts) for detailing the exterior of the aircraft. Aircraft Recovery Crane NS60 in scale 1/144 - $35.00 The kit contains parts for building one crane: - 31 resin parts; - transparent film for the immitation of glasses; - thread for simulating cables; - photoetching board 110*100 mm (30 parts). The telephone box Kiosk No.2 in scale 1/35 - $35.00 The kit contains parts for building one telephone box: -13 resin parts; - transparent film for simulating glass; - two photoetching boards 94*143 mm and 37*28 mm (more than 30 parts); - film for the imitation of the mirror and the framework of information stands; - 3 variants of color posters of information stands.
  3. Hello friends Today I bring you an assault cannon, the most produced in Germany during the Second World War. The Stug in its version 40 Ausf. F / 8 of the Revell brand at 1/35 scale, with an exterior finish suitable for snowy areas. https://youtu.be/iwY8mKYWtwE Greetings and I hope you like it
  4. Hello friends Being the first jet fighter jet in the world to enter service, my duty had to be to have it in my collection. Although it was late his introduction in service could have recovered the air supremacy for the Luftwaffe in the Second World War. The model is from the Revell brand at 1/48 scale. Greetings and I hope you like mates
  5. Hello partners In this hobby always improves with time, so, here I present two models of submarine type VII. The first one I built could be seen the interior, the compartments and different details that represented the development inside the submarine. The second one focuses on doing a more elaborate exterior work, thanks to the Griffon Model photogravure that complements this model of Revell, the termination in my opinion has been very good. A greeting and I hope you like it
  6. Here is a recent completion Alclad finish,with Testors Semi-Gloss rattlecand final finish. Kangaroo decal sheet from Bodenplatte attack. Nice Inexpensive Kit, and then I added resin Interior ,Master Gun Barrels,Resin Wheel wells...Oh well Two Part epoxy for wing Lights over colored Sprue lights I did correct the Gear covers that are reversed A little shiny for 1945 Europe,but I didn't have the heart to flatten her out Weathered lightly with pastels and washed most hatchs Thanks for looking Comments are welcome Bill
  7. Hello! I am looking to liquidate a military collection that was acquired from an avid hobbyist after his passing. I have over 2500+ line items of models for sale. All models will be sold at a reasonable price with calculated shipping based on your zip code. Discounts also for buying multiple kits or in bulk!! Everything is priced to sell and offers will be considered! Please contact me here, or by email: kelkermarketing@gmail.com I look forward to helping you find your long lost kits! When I get excel file completed, I will try to attach to this post! Thanks so much in advance for your consideration, Britt Evans Ebay listings are under tag: micha-vever
  8. Hi all, I just started building the old 1/25th scale Revell Kenworth W900 for a magazine article and surprise, surprise. None of the mounting studs...which are large...will seat fully without solvent. Add solvent, apply pressure and you hear the part 'snap' into place. Start looking closer and you find that many of the detail parts are only partly formed in the snaptite manner. Discovered the original copyright date of 1982 and the fact that it's made in China (of course), while the text at the bottom of the instructions claim a copyright of 2009. Considering that this particular W900 is an Aerodyne, the 1982 date makes sense. Howsomever, the instructions are written as if this was a glue kit from the get go, though the kit sure doesn't look or build like it. Anyone know if this thing was originally produced as a snap kit and then resurrected as a 'glue' kit? If it wasn't, then you have to wonder why it was created as an apparent hybrid in the first place. Or was it an original Monogram SnapTite to begin with? Why am I asking these questions? Because I'm mainly an aircraft nut in spite of the fact I've been writing about trucks for several years. In other words, there are times when I'm slightly out of my depth! Richard
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