1/24 Scania S730 HIGHLINE 4×2
DECAL SHEET FOR SPECIAL EDIZION SCANIA V8 50th ANNIVERSARY – NEW MOULDS – NEW FULLY DETAILED CABIN AND INTERIORS – UPDATED ENGINE CYLINDER HEADS – OPENABLE DRIVER DOOR – OPENABLE RADIATOR GRILL – NEW SIDE SKIRTS, SPOILERS, TANKS AND EXHAUSTS – CROMED ADHESIVE – PHOTO ETCHED PARTS – RUBBER TYRES
Scania S series – a key player in the industrial and heavy commercial vehicles market – has been designed to meet long-range logistics and transportation needs. The new S series was introduced by the famous Scandinavian manufacturer to the market in 2016, and included new innovative design solutions. Key design features were incorporated to optimize the use of the space inside the cabin to enhance driver comfort, and greater attention was afforded to more modern ‘active and passive’ safety systems to aid driver control and overall vehicle management. The attractive and contemporary new design also reflected the modern aerodynamics of the vehicle and its reduced fuel consumption targets. Important “success factors” of this particular Scania design lie within its operational efficiency, lower fuel consumption and environmental credentials. The “Highline” version with the larger cabin, further echoes the aims of the “S” line series to meet long-distance transport and logistics commitments.
1/72 V-22A Osprey
The innovative Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey project was initiated during the 1980s, but only emerged into production and was deployed to various arms of the US armed forces, after enduring a long and complex developmental process which lasted for over twenty years. The Osprey is a tilt rotor, equipped with two tilting engines which have large three-blade propellers attached that make it able to land and take-off vertically like a helicopter, and also possessing flight and transfer performance similar to that of a conventional propeller plane. Thanks to its two powerful 6,150 HP Rolls-Royce T406-AD-400 engines it can exceed 500 km / h in horizontal flight. The United States Marine Corps is the principal user of the aircraft, exploiting its tactical versatility and the transport capability of the V-22 in particular, for operational support during troop landings. The Osprey undertook its first operational missions in Iraq in 2008.
1/35 Fiat 508 CM Coloniale with Crew
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Fiat 508 “Balilla” is the most popular car produced in Italy in the thirties. In June 1937, the new “Balilla” 508C, equipped with a 4 cylinders engine of 1.100 cc., has been introduced on the car market. Furthermore, the new 508C has been used as platform for the development of vehicles for military applications such as Fiat 508 CM “Coloniale”. Characterized by a 2-wheel drive traction, a length of 3.6 meters and the reliable 1.100cc 4 cylinders engine, capable of delivering 32 hp that allowed it to reach 90 Km / h, Fiat “Coloniale” was especially used for the mobility of officers and for HQ operations in North Africa. However, the overall strength of the vehicle, the bigger size of the tires, and the good mechanics reliability, had made Fiat “Coloniale” suitable for advanced reconnaissance duties in offroad terrain.
1/48 MiG-27/MiG-23BN Flogger
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The variable-sweep fighter-bomber Mikoyan-Gurevich Mig-27 (NATO designation Flogger D), was developed by the Soviet aviation industry from the airframe of the Mig-23 fighter to make it more operationally effective, in both ground attack and close support roles. The aerodynamic layout was essentially that of the Mig-23 fighter but with a different nose configuration. To better meet the new role assigned to the aircraft, the on-board avionics were upgraded with new electronic counter measure systems and radar equipment for detecting, acquiring and ‘painting’ ground targets. The offensive armaments were further upgraded with the adoption of a new, more powerful 6-barrel 30 mm cannon than that of the Mig-23, and the option of carrying an offensive load up to 4,000kg, which included the new air-to-surface missiles.