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  1. Would anyone have a few spare stencil decals lying around for any 1:32 F-15E Strike Eagle?


    I am mostly in need of the aerial refueling cover panel (light gray decal), the rescue pull handle decal (black), and ejection seat logos (black). 


    Those are the main three but if anyone is gracious enough to offer their unused stencils I would reimburse accordingly.





  2. Some people love ‘em, some people hate ‘em… if you want to get your hands on some Hobby Craft classics or other unique items please read on! Various other brand kits and aftermarket parts are available, some hard-to-find items, details below. All items are complete/unstarted unless otherwise noted. Photos upon request.


    Prices are in USD; items are shipped from Canada (starting at about $6.50-$8.50 for small items to anywhere in continental USA). Paypal or e-transfer within Canada; I can only accept Paypal for items sent to the USA or overseas at this time. Thanks for looking!


    Package Deals:  


    1) Hobbycraft #HC1650 CF-100 Mk. IV 1:48 Package (includes new decals, resin seats & wheels) -- $130 USD

    New in open box, with added beautifully crafted brand-new decals from Mat Nic, and highly detailed resin seats & wheels from Iroquois Models.


    2) Monogram/ProModeler #5926 He-111H 1:48 Package (Aftermarket Canopy, Stencil Decals, Paint Masks, Photoetch & Resin cockpit) -- $80 USD

    V-1 Buzz Bomb version of the He-111, all parts are included with some parts off the sprues. Kit box is warped but in good overall condition. 

    Original kit decals NOT included, but you won’t need them with all these upgrades! Box weighs over 2 lbs, and is not for the faint-hearted. Includes the following:


    He-111H resin cockpit set (by True Details),

    He-111H interior photoetch set (Eduard #49245),

    He-111H vacuform canopy (Squadron #9621),

    He-111H aftermarket stencil decals (by Peddinghaus),

    He-111H canopy paint masks & full set of national insignia masks (Montex #48146).



    1:48 Complete kits:


    Fujimi No. 44 Bell AH-1S Tow Cobra (minor cockpit/canopy assembly started) -- $32

    Special Hobby 48104 Airspeed Oxford Mk I/II Commonwealth (includes kit resin & paint masks) -- $35



    1:72 Complete kits:


    Hobbycraft HC1395 DHC-3 Otter (open box, with original markings for RCAF & USAF) -- $15

    Italeri #112 Cant Z.501 Gabbiano seaplane (open box, some parts off sprues) -- $15

    Italeri #096 AS-532 Cougar (with canopy masks; main cabin assembled but unpainted, some decals for German markings are missing; French, Dutch and Swiss versions markings are untouched) -- $30



     1:32 Aftermarket Parts:


    Laser Advanced Tech #148533 P-61 Black Widow laser-cut cloth seatbelts (with photoetch buckles) -- $16



    1:48 Aftermarket Parts:


    Eduard #FE676 L-29 Delfin cockpit photoetch (color/self-adhesive for AMK kits) -- $4

    Fusion Models #4804 resin Bf-109G propeller set (for Hasegawa & Hobbycraft kits) -- $5

    Pavla Models #S48010 Martin-Baker Mk.9B seats for Sepecat Jaguar -- $5 each/2 available

    Redux #48002 resin & PE set P-40B (cockpit, control surfaces, wheels & exhaust for Trumpeter) -- $10





  3. 12 hours ago, Rod D said:

    I have a complete kit I am thinking of selling cheap.  It is the USAF float version, with excellent decals and all glass.

    PM me if interested and you can use spare parts.


    Rod D.




    Thanks for the offer. I'd really rather not split up a full kit just for the window part though. Would be a shame for such a nice kit.



  4. Excited to announce that some U.S. orders also qualify for free shipping! First 3 U.S. based orders for most items (exluding large kits or package deals) will get free shipping if paid between Sep. 30 and Oct. 15, 2022.


    Don't wait, this is strictly first-come, first served basis for any qualifying items.

  5. Partway through building a second-hand 1:72 H-19 kit that I picked up and realized that one of the square side windows is missing from the box. 


    If anyone has one from a junked kit they are willing to part with, it would be much appreciated. Italeri has multiple versions of this airframe, either #1206 or #1215 or #1267.





  6. Gents,


    I realize the thread is a bit dated, but does anyone have info on when the lightning bolts would have been used? It seems they disappeared from CAF Rescue & Transport aircraft sometime in the late 1980's or early 90's, based on my hasty internet search. And yet they are back on the Cormorant/Otter etc present day... Any info on actual phase-in/phase out dates would be appreciated.




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