F-14A Tomcat€5,69 incl. BTWToevoegen aan winkelwagen
The manoeuvrable F-14 was for over 30 years one of the most capable and powerful fighter interceptors in the world. It gained a legendary reputation with the US Navy. It owed its fame in particular to its ability to carry a large arsenal of weapons, especially the AIM-54 Phoenix guided missile. Top speed: over Mach 2.- Structural details on surfaces with recessed panel lines- Detailed cockpit- Movable swing wing- Landing gear optionally extended or retracted- 2 Phoenix guided missiles- 2 Sidewinder guided missilesDecals for 2 versions for the VF-84 Jolly Rogers, US Navy:,- US Navy – USS NIMITZ Grumman F-1 4A Tomcat VF-84 Jolly Rogers 160386 / AJ – 200 in 1981- US Navy – USS NIMITZ Movie The Final Countdown VF-84 Jolly Rogers 160384 / AJ – 203 in 1980
Supermarine SPITFIRE Mk.IIa€29,99 incl. BTWToevoegen aan winkelwagen
The Spitfire is probably the most legendary aircraft of the Second World War. It was built in countless variations continuously until well after the end of the Second World War. Over 22,500 were built. The 12 cylinder Merlin engine with initially 1,175 bhp designed specifically for the Spitfire was so outstanding, that it was also built under license in the USA. The RAF had already introduced the Spitfire Mk I into their Fighter Wings before the beginning of the Second World War. They proved their capability in the Battle of Britain. The first Spitfire Mk II left the factory in Castle Bromwich as early as August 1940. It was now fitted with a 3-blade propeller as standard and received additional armour for the pilot. A total of 990 Mk II Spitfires were built. In addition to its role as an interceptor, the Spitfire also saw service as a fighter bomber and photo-reconnaissance aircraft.