1/24 Scania S770 4×2 Normal Roof – LIMITED EDITION
SUPER DECAL SHEET FOR SPECIAL EDITION FROST – NEW PARTS – NEW FULLY DETAILED CABIN AND INTERIORS – FULLY DETAILED V8 ENGINE – OPENABLE DRIVER DOOR – OPENABLE RADIATOR GRILL – CROMED ADHESIVE – PHOTO ETCHED PARTS – RUBBER TYRES – COLOR INSTRUCTION SHEET
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. The Scania S770 4×2 “Normal Roof” with compact cab and the ”Highline” version with the oversized cab, are the industry ‘road tractors’ produced by the famous Scandinavian manufacturer of heavy commercial vehicles, with both versions offering excellent options for differing professional and operational requirements.
1/72 AC-119K Stinger
SUPER DECALS SHEET FOR 4 VERSIONS – COLORS INSTRUCTION SHEET
The heavy transport-plane Fairchild C-119 served the US-Air Force as a basis for a conversion to a «flying gunship»,. This special construction was especially used in Vietnam for night missions against Vietcong supply lines and troop concentrations. The version AC-119 K was especially effective against truck due to its two 20mm guns and four 7,62mm mini-guns. A further version, the AC-119 G, had lighter armament. Two additional jet engines were mounted to enable the plane to take off from short runways fully loaded with ammunition. With the entry into service of the more powerful AC-130H these aircraft were progressively handed over to the South Vietnamese air force which used them until the fall of the Saigon government.
1/35 Sd. Kfz. 10 Demag D7 with 7,5 cm leIG 18 and crew
DECALS FOR 3 VERSIONS – LINK AND LENGTH TRACKS – COLORS INSTRUCTION SHEET
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The Sd.Kfz 10 Demag D7 half-track tractor was used by the German troops in large numbers during the Second World War on all the main fronts from the invasion of Poland, to North Africa, to Russia. It was design and developed to be an effective prime mover for small towed artillery as anti-aircraft and anti-tank guns. The Demag D7 could carry eight fully equipped soldiers in addition to towing a gun or a trailer. The 4.2-liter Maybach 6-cylinder engine , positioned in the front of the vehicle, could delivered 99 hp. Thanks to its engine the half-track was able to reach a max speed of 65 km/h and to have a good on road and off road performance. The vehicle was reliable and flexible and it was produced in an important number of units and in several versions The light howitzer Le. IG 18 was designed to provide artillery support within infantry companies. Reliable and accurate, towed by DEMAG or Protze tractors, it was often replaced during the war by more powerful and lighter mortars.
1/72 CR.32 Freccia
SUPER DECALS SHEET FOR 5 VERSIONS – COLOR INSTRUCTION SHEET
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Designed in the early part of the ’30s, the Fiat CR 32 was powered by an V 12-cylinders, producing 600 hp. It was able to reach, as maximum speed, 375 Km / h. Among the most famous biplanes of aviation History the CR 32 was characterized by an extraordinary maneuverability. It was also strong, very reliable and well-armed for the historical period, with two 12.7 mm Breda-Safat machine gun located on the top of engine and firing through the propeller disc. The Fiat CR 32 had its baptism of fire with the Legionary Air Forces, during the Spanish Civil War, and soon obtained the air superiority against the Soviet-made monoplane fighters, like the Polikarpov I-16, that formed the Squadrons of Republican Aviation. Thanks to the extraordinary mobility and the training of pilots, the Italian fighters prevailed even on from more modern enemy airplanes such as the Soviet-made Tupolev SB-2 bomber considered, thanks to its speed, impossible to be intercepted.