1/12 McLaren MP4/2C Prost-Rosberg
Detailed suspension – Highly detailed engine – Rubber tyres – Photoetched Parts – Removable body cowlings – 2 new decals sheet: Sheet A – Exterior, cockpit and engine. Sheet B – Composit materials – Decals for 2 versions: 1986 Campionship #1 Alain Prost – 1986 Campionship #2 Keke Rosberg
The McLaren MP4/2 was one of the most successful racing cars, securing the most victories in the history of Formula 1. In 1985, the MP4/2B made its debut equipped with a TAG Porsche engine, enhanced by two superchargers capable of attaining 850 hp and displaying aerodynamic designs less showy than the previous cars, and which were also compliant with the evolving new regulations of the period. The project’s engineering and design achievements were ratified by victory in the constructors’ and drivers’ world championships, due in equal measure to the extraordinary talent of driver Alain Prost. In 1986, the project was further enhanced by the MP4/2C version and Alain Prost was again confirmed as world champion. During this new season he was joined by another great Formula 1 talent, the Finn Keke Rosberg. The McLaren MP4/2 has a special place in the hearts and minds of Formula 1 enthusiasts and fans, winning three drivers’ championships and two constructors’ championships.
1/35 Carro Armato P40
PHOTOETCHED – METAL GUN BARREL – LINK-AND-LENGTH TRACKS – DECALS SHEET FOR 2 VERSIONS – COLOR INSTRUCTION SHEET
The early years of WW2 highlighted the inadequacies of Italian medium tanks in modern warfare, which was now characterized by clashes between heavily armed and heavily armored tanks, and also by the use of more effective and lethal anti-tank weapons. Following detailed analysis of German and wartime opponents British and Soviet military vehicles, a 26 ton heavy tank was created. This new tank, which underwent several design changes over time, incorporated more modern features such as inclined front plates, a more powerful and better performing 420 HP diesel engine and a more suitable main armament, the 75/34 Ansaldo gun. The P26/40 as it would forever be known, unfortunately retained some obsolescent features that were characteristic of Italian armoured vehicle production from the mid 1930s, namely the armor plate riveting snd the leaf spring suspension system.
1/72 F-35A LIGHTNING II CTOL version (Beast Mode)
NEW PARTS – COLOR INSTRUCTION SHEET – SUPER DECALS SHEET FOR 5 VERSIONS
FIGURE NOT INCLUDED
The JSF (Joint Strike Fighter) program was established to develop a new fifth-generation all-weather multirole combat aircraft able to replace the United States and NATO strike-fighters. The aerospace industry team led by Lockheed Martin created the single-seat, single-engine, F-35 Lightning II. It utilises stealth technology and is characterized by its trapezoidal wings plus the incorporation of the most advanced hi-tech materials and avionic systems. Designed in several different configurations, its role is to provide air superiority, close air support and engage in ground attack missions. The F-35A is the conventional takeoff and landing variant, the F-35B is the short takeoff and vertical landing variant and the F-35C, with foldable-wings, has been developed to be used from deck carriers. Due to its operational flexibility, the advanced on-board technology and the impressive project innovation, the fighter has been favourably received and deployed by many countries’ air forces.
1/48 A-4 E/F/G Skyhawk
SUPER DECALS SHEET FOR 6 VERSIONS – COLOR INSTRUCTION SHEET
The Douglas A-4 Skyhawk was developed in the 1950s and was one of the most famous light attack aircraft in the aviation history. Its small and compact dimensions made it extremely maneuverable and ideal for use on the aircraft carriers. It was characterized by the low-mounted delta wing solution, the two small air intakes on the fuselage sides, and the adoption of the single Pratt & Whitney J52 turbojet engine. It was armed with two 20 mm. guns and, thanks to its hard points under the wings and under the fuselage the Skyhawk was able to support a wide variety of air-to-air missiles, air-to-surface missiles, rockets and bombs. Thanks to its operational capabilities, the A-4 scored a good commercial success and has been adopted by several air forces around the world. In addition to United States, it was used, among others, by Australia, New Zealand, Kuwait and Israel.