Category Archives: New Kits

New Product Announcements, week ending February 24th 2018

It has been a busy week, with a number of new kit and decal releases announced and available.  So let’s get started! First, DRAW Decal followed their American Airlines Boeing 787 sheets (announced earlier in the week, see previous post) … Continue reading

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New Product Announcements, week ending February 17th 2018

A number of new product announcements this week….. First, DRAW Decal announced three new additions to their extensive decal range: 1:144 Scale: DW44-737-168 US Navy P-8A Poseidon, VP-4, VP-47 DW44-DC9-050 Snowflake McDD MD80 DW44-737-027A Copa Panama (later titles) Boeing 737-700 … Continue reading

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New Product Announcements, week ending January 13th 2018

A number of announcements this week…..  makes up for having non last weekend. First, with thanks to DRAW Decal, I have obtained a supply of 1/144 scale Minicraft MD-80 “bagged kits”.  This kit is arguably one of the best jet … Continue reading

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New Product Announcements, week ending December 16th 2017

This week I have new decal announcements from DRAW Decal, TwoSix, and BOA Agency. First, DRAW Decal announced a decal for the “5 Starhansa” Airbus A.320.  This is for one of two aircraft (the other a 747-8I) that wear the … Continue reading

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FRsin Announces the release of their Fokker F.28-1000 and F.28-4000 kits

FRsin has announced two new injection moulded plastic kits for release at the IPMS UK ‘Modelworld’ show this coming weekend in Telford, UK.  Two versions, the original series 1000 and the stretched series 4000 have been announced, each with seven … Continue reading

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Fly Models 1/144 Scale DC-9 kits

I have started to re-stock the Fly Models 1/144 scale DC-9 kits.  In stock are the following FLY14412 Douglas DC-9-40, DHL (with extra -30 fuselage) FLY14418 Douglas DC-9-10, Douglas Aircraft Corp. (with extra -30 fuselage) FLY14424 Douglas DC-9-40, Ozark (with … Continue reading

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Latest Welsh Models Arrivals

With the new releases from Roden, FRsin, and to lesser extent Zvezda, I am being more selective which Welsh releases I stock.  Too many Viscounts, Britannias, Comets, Il.18s, Il.62s, Tu154, Constellations, Boeing 720s, DC-8’s and Caravelles went unsold when injection … Continue reading

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Revell Germany 1/72 scale DHC-6 Twin Otter Arrives

The latest 1/72 scale release of the Revell Germany DHC-6 Twin Otter arrived at AHS today.  It is kit RV3954, and comes with markings for the Swiss Federal Office of Topography (SwissTopo). The kit has been absent from the Revell … Continue reading

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Zvezda Announces the 1/144 Scale Boeing 787-9

Zvezda continues to delight us with the announcement that they will shortly add the Boeing 787-9 to their already impressive portfolio of airliner kits.  Kit number is ZVE-7021. Judging by the box art, it will come with a decal for … Continue reading

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Zvezda 1/144 Scale Boeing 777-300ER Has Arrived

Zvezda announced, and has come through with what looks like an excellent kit of the Boeing 777-300ER.  It features the raked wingtips and huge GE90 engines that externally distinguish a 300ER from the earlier 300.  The kit features clear cockpit … Continue reading

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