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Happy Hunter Salvage Tug with Fitting Set

Happy Hunter Salvage Tug with Fitting Set

569.99

The Happy Hunter is a scale reproduction of a Dutch ocean-going ...
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Dolly Harbour Launch 1:20

Dolly Harbour Launch 1:20

135.95

This type of ship is used universally in many ports of ...
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Revell T-6 G Texan 1:72 Scale

Revell T-6 G Texan 1:72 Scale

9.98

The North American T-6 was one of the most successful training ...
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Revell Lockheed Martin F-16 MLu 100th Anniversary 1:72 Scale

Revell Lockheed Martin F-16 MLu 100th Anniversary 1:72 Scale

19.99

A model replica of an F-16Mlu belonging to No 1 Squadron ...
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Revell VW Kafer 1951/1952 - Technik 1:16 Scale

Revell VW Kafer 1951/1952 - Technik 1:16 Scale

129.00

The success story of the Beetle, one of the most important ...
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Revell Porsche 911 Turbo 1:24 Scale

Revell Porsche 911 Turbo 1:24 Scale

29.99

A challenging model construction kit of the powerful 260bhp Porsche 911 ...
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Revell Trabant 601S 60 Years of Trabant 1:24 Scale

Revell Trabant 601S 60 Years of Trabant 1:24 Scale

36.98

The set honours the type series of the Trabant produced from ...
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Revell Scharnhorst German Battlecruiser 1:570 Scale

Revell Scharnhorst German Battlecruiser 1:570 Scale

12.98

Model construction kit of the Scharnhorst, the first German battleship to ...
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Plain Coupling Insert 4mm

Plain Coupling Insert 4mm

2.29

4mm Plain Insert, Includes grub screw Old Part No. C8007
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Universal Joint - Red

Universal Joint - Red

2.54

Modular type universal joint, requires inserts to complete. Old Part No. ...
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4134/10 Brass Pins 10mm (100)

4134/10 Brass Pins 10mm (100)

1.18

Brass, building pins, round head. Length 10mm, diameter 0.7mm.
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Microsnips (Rigging Snips)

Microsnips (Rigging Snips)

4.94

Versatile Japanese style scissors. Very fine surgically sharp blades gives a ...
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Admiralty Glues Thick Superglue 20g Standard

Admiralty Glues Thick Superglue 20g Standard

2.60

Caldercraft Admiralty Glues Standard Cyanoacrylate (superglue) is a high quality modelling ...
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Universal Joint - Black

Universal Joint - Black

2.54

Modular type universal joint, requires inserts to complete.
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Admiralty Glues Medium Superglue 20g Standard

Admiralty Glues Medium Superglue 20g Standard

2.60

Caldercraft Admiralty Glues Standard Cyanoacrylate (superglue) is a high quality modelling ...
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Amati Pin Pusher

Amati Pin Pusher

7.82

Amati Pin Pusher. An extremely useful too for positioning even the ...
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USS Arizona BB-39 US Battleship (1941) 1:200 Scale

Trumpeter USS Arizona BB-39 US Battleship (1941) 1:200 Scale

USS Arizona (BB-39) was a Pennsylvania-class battleship of the United States Navy and the first to be named "Arizona". On March 4, 1913, Congress authorized the construction of Arizona, named to honor the 48th state’s admission into the union on 14 February 1912. The ship was the second and last of the Pennsylvania class of "super-dreadnought" battleships. Her keel was laid at the Brooklyn Navy Yard on 16 March 1914. She was launched on 19 June 1915, sponsored by Esther Ross, the daughter of a prominent Arizona pioneer, W.W. Ross of Prescott, Arizona. The ship’s remaining machinery, including new Parson turbines, was installed, and she was commissioned at her builder’s yard on 17 October 1916, with Captain John D. McDonald in command.
Arizona served stateside during World War I. She is most remembered because of her sinking, with the loss of 1,177 lives, during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941, the event that goaded the US into World War II. Unlike most of the other ships sunk or damaged that day, the Arizona could not be salvaged, although the U.S. Navy removed several elements of the ship that were reused. The wreck still lies at the bottom of Pearl Harbor and was established as a memorial to all those who died during the Pearl Harbor attack

USS Arizona (BB-39) was a Pennsylvania-class battleship of the United States Navy and the first to be named "Arizona". On March 4, 1913, Congress authorized the construction of Arizona, named to honor the 48th state’s admission into the union on 14 February 1912. The ship was the second and last of the Pennsylvania class of "super-dreadnought" battleships. Her keel was laid at the Brooklyn Navy Yard on 16 March 1914. She was launched on 19 June 1915, sponsored by Esther Ross, the daughter of a prominent Arizona pioneer, W.W. Ross of Prescott, Arizona. The ship’s remaining machinery, including new Parson turbines, was installed, and she was commissioned at her builder’s yard on 17 October 1916, with Captain John D. McDonald in command.
Arizona served stateside during World War I. She is most remembered because of her sinking, with the loss of 1,177 lives, during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941, the event that goaded the US into World War II. Unlike most of the other ships sunk or damaged that day, the Arizona could not be salvaged, although the U.S. Navy removed several elements of the ship that were reused. The wreck still lies at the bottom of Pearl Harbor and was established as a memorial to all those who died during the Pearl Harbor attack

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Price: 199.99 (Including VAT at 20%)
Euros: 227.99 (Inc VAT) / US Dollars: US$233.32 (Tax Free)


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