Professional Display Military Models
Professional precision military display models suitable for museums or private collection.
If your looking for the best military display model then you're in the right place any military model in any scale can be bespoke made for you.
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Mustang P51 WW II Aircraft Display Model 1/24 scale
This professional precision display model suitable for museums or private collection, depicts a model of the Big Beautiful Doll flown by Col. John D. Landers in 1945 of the 78th Fighter Group, 8th Air Force USAAF based at Duxford UK. This P51 is a 1/24 scale displayed in a perspex and wood casing, showing the aircraft being serviced in a hangar. Every piece in the hangar has been totally scratch built to 1.24 scale right down to the tiny telephone next to the tea cups. Size: 24 inches x 20 inches x 9 inches
Tomahawk Mk11a World War 2 Aviation Display Model
The Curtiss Tomahawk is based on the aircraft flown by P/O Neville Duke of 112 Squadron flown out of Sidi Haneish in November 1941. This 1/32 scale model has engine cowlings are all removeable revealing the extensive work on the Allison engine making this the focus of the display.
The intricate detail of both machine gun bays and radio bay can also be accessed by the removeable panels. There is also a highly detailed cockpit tub. Extensive work has been done on undercarriage and bays.
B-17 WW11 Cutaway Aircraft Dispaly Model 1/48 scale
This professional precision display model suitable for museums or private collection, depicts a model B-17 with cutaway sections in the scale of 1/48.
Saab Draken fighter jet 1/25 scale.
This professional precision display model suitable for museums or private collection, depicts a model of Saab Draken in the scale of 1/25.
Canberra Jet 1/72 Scale
The English Electric Canberra / Martin B-57 features / featured a top speed of 570 mph (917 km/h) aNDcould reach a maximum altitude of 48,000 ft (14,630 m).
De Havilland Venom 1/72 scale
De Havilland Venom Single seat day fighter and fighter bomber
TSR2 1/48 SCALE Aircraft Dispaly Model
The sad, sorry saga of the destruction of what could have become one of the great aircraft of the 1970s and 1980s, has been the subject of numerous magazine articles, books and even a TV documentary. What follows is an overview of the aircraft, its planned reconnaissance capability and why it was eventually cancelled.
For a decade after the Canberra entered service with the RAF in May 1951, the RAF possessed an aircraft that was more than capable of delivering weapons onto almost any target in Western Europe. However, within a short space of time, the prospects of the aircraft being able to survive an encounter with the large numbers of MiG-15s that were equipping Warsaw Pact air forces, looked decidedly bleak. As a consequence, in 1952 the Ministry of Supply issued a specification for design studies for a new bomber. The specification was very demanding and called for an aircraft capable of delivering a 6-ton nuclear weapon over a combat radius of 1500 miles at low level and at high subsonic speed. Several firms submitted proposal, but the requirement exceeded current technologies and the specification was quietly returned to the shelve.
This professional precision TSR2 display model made from fibreglass is the best you can buy.
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Heres some of our moulds we have for military models
- 1/25 Scale Sworfish
- 1/48 Scale DC-3
- 1/25 North American Harvard/ Texan
- 1/25 Mitsubishi A6M Zero
- 1/25 Kawasaki K1-61
- 1/25 Lockheed F-80 Shooting Star
- 1/25 Gloster Meteor
- 1/25 Hien/ Tony
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