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Grumman F4F-4 Wildcat

The F4F Wildcat was the US Navy's primary carrier borne fighter aircraft at the start of the Second World War. Characterized by its stubby appearance the Wildcat had been developed from Grumman's successful range of pre-war biplanes and had entered service with the US Navy a year prior to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. By the time of the crucial battles from Midway and Guadalcanal the F4F-4 model had become the most numerous variant and new tactics enabled American naval and marine pilots to gain the upper hand on the previously all-conquering Mitsubishi Zero.

Scale - 1/72 / Pieces - 58

Length - 122mm or 4.8in / Width - 160mm or 6.29in

Grumman F4F-4 Wildcat
CA$19.50

American Superliner

Here is a reissue of a trucking classic kit from Italeri. This is the Mack Superliner based on the truck style of the late 1980s. This kit depicts the six-cylinder diesel under the flat hood and a sleeper module behind the cab. Italeri first released this kit without the sleeper in 1991 as kit 798 'US Power Truck'. A sleeper cab was added with kit 727 'Black Thunder' in 1993 depicting the Mack in Australian service. Italeri offered a revised sleeper and a heavy petroleum tank trailer with kit 711 'American Oil' in 1997. Kit 3820 'American Superliner' first appeared in 2003 with the same decals and the current sleeper. In the case of all of the truck kits above, the Mack logo was kept off the radiator and evidently uses a Freightliner chassis.

Scale - 1/24 / Length - 352mm or 13.9in

American Superliner
CA$89.00

REPSOL Honda RC213V '14

This model depicts the RC213V run by the factory-works Repsol Honda team in 2014 MotoGP. It was a momentous season for the team and for young sensation Marc Marquez. Marquez's 2014 season was sublime as he absolutely dominated with 13 wins and contributed to the Riders', Constructors' and Team Championships. The RC213V debuted in 2012 with engine size regulations stipulating a maximum of 1,000cc. It features an aluminum double-tube frame and powerful 1,000cc Honda 4-stroke V4 with a pneumatic valve system. The seamless transmission saves valuable power during shifts, while other hi-tech features include traction control, an anti-wheelie system, and engine braking control. Requires paint and assembly.

Scale - 1/12

REPSOL Honda RC213V '14
CA$78.00

Curtiss Hawk 81-A-2

Airfix continues its program of issuing newly tooled 1/72 scale classic warplanes with a much-needed early P-40. This boxing includes markings for the famous “Flying Tigers,” with others already issued and planned that portray other examples of the Curtiss Warhawk, or, as the British and Soviets called it, Tomahawk.

Scale - 1/72 / Pieces - 47

Curtiss Hawk 81-A-2
CA$14.00

M1A1 Abrams MBT

The M1A1 was an improvement on the M1 with its new survivability features, such as NBC protection and blowout panels for ammo lockers. It also added the heavy-hitting power of the Rheinmetall 120mm smoothbore gun, which, loaded with depleted uranium shells, proved extraordinarily lethal to the tanks of the Iraqi Army.

Scale - 1/72 / Length - 115mm or 4.5in / Width - 51mm or 2.0in

M1A1 Abrams MBT
CA$25.99

Focke Wulf Fw190 D 9

Following the successful entry of the Focke-Wulf Fw190 A series of fighter aircraft over the English channel during the autumn of 1941, the German RLM requested a high altitude version to complement the fighter fleet, and three projects were started. The Fw 190B used the B.M.W. 801 turbo-supercharged radial engine and a pressurized cockpit, but very few of these were built. The Fw190C was powered by a 1,750hp Daimler Benz DB603A in-line engine, of which three prototypes were built. The third high altitude project was based on the Focke Wulf Fw190A airframe and powered by a Junkers engine. The fuselage was lengthened to accommodate the V-12 cylinder, liquid cooled, 1,750hp Jumo 213 engine, and made its initial flight during the winter of 1941-42, Five further prototypes were produced, plus a small batch of Fw190 D-0s were completed from standard production Fw 190A-7 airframes. These pre-production aircraft were followed by the Fq-190D-1's which had the increased area vertical fin and rudder. There were no Fq190 D-2 through D-8 designations. The Fw-190D9 began production in June 1944, with early versions having the flat topped canopy, and from W.Nr 210001 onwards having the Galland hood (blown canopy). It went into combat with the III/JG 54 "Grunherz" (Green Hearts) in September 1944, at Achmer, Germany, as top cover for the new Messerschmitt Me262 jet fighters then entering service.

Scale - 1/72 / Length - 142mm or 5.6in / Width - 146mm or 5.8in

Focke Wulf Fw190 D 9
CA$24.00

LAV-AT Light Armored Vehicle-Antitank

Original Vehicle made in London, Ontario!

The LAV-AT is an all-terrain, all-weather vehicle with night capabilities. It is air transportable, and provides mobile, armored, accurate and destructive fire from defiled positions against heavy armored targets and fixed fortifications. The vehicle can be used in both the defensive and offensive roles. This plastic model kit is an accurate representation of the military vehicle.

Scale - 1/35 / Length - 185mm or 7.3in / Width - 74mm or 2.9in

LAV-AT Light Armored Vehicle-Antitank
CA$59.99

Canadian Husky 6x6 AVGP (Improved Version)

Original Vehicle made in London, Ontario!

The AVGP (Armored Vehicle General Purpose) is a series of three armored fighting vehicles ordered by the Canadian military in 1977. Husky - Armored recovery vehicle (ARV), two-man crew, designed to provide mechanical support for the other two vehicles. Kit features detailed driveline and fully rendered suspension, optional position crew hatches, segmented recovery crane arm, stabilizing jacks, cable cutters, separately molded on-vehicle equipment and tools, driver's windscreen, smoke grenade launchers, 7.62 mm machine gun, jerry cans, filigree grab bars, clear-molded periscope lenses and window glazing, vinyl tires, braided wire tow cable and photo-etch detail parts.

Scale - 1/35 / 320 Pieces

Length - 199mm or 7.8in / Width - 88mm or 3.5in

Canadian Husky 6x6 AVGP (Improved Version)
CA$49.99

Canadian AVGP Cougar (Improved Version)

Original Vehicle made in London, Ontario!

The kit consists of over 250 parts, multi-slide molded lower hull and upper hull, separate rear panel with crew entry doors, The main tires are hollow rubber with very good tread pattern, Metal gun barrel and photo-etched parts included.

Scale - 1/35 / 250 Pieces

Length - 173mm or 6.8in / Width - 88mm or 3.5in

Canadian AVGP Cougar (Improved Version)
CA$49.99

Canadian AVGP Grizzly (Late)

Original Vehicle made in London, Ontario!

The AVGP (Armoured Vehicle General Purpose) is a series of three armoured fighting vehicles ordered by the Canadian military in 1977. The three vehicles are the Grizzly, Cougar and Husky. These were based on the six-wheeled version of the Swiss MOWAG Piranha I.The AVGP had propellers and trim vanes for amphibious use, like the eight-wheeled Bison which was the vehicle family's immediate successor. Recent retrofits have removed the marine drive system, as it was seldom used and maintenance was costly. The Canadian Army's LAV III, the United States Marine Corps' LAV-25, and the US Army's Stryker are other variants of the Piranha family, and directly evolved from the Canadian designs.

Scale - 1/35 / 220 Pieces

Length - 182mm or 7.2in / Width - 82mm or 3.2in

Canadian AVGP Grizzly (Late)
CA$41.99

Honda NSR500

Despite having taken the 1983 500cc Road Racing World Championship Grand Prix Riders' Championship (their first since 1967) on the 2-stroke V3 engine NS500, Honda were not satisfied with their motor and felt that more power would be required. Thus, the Japanese motorcycle giant came up with a single-crankshaft V4 design engine which was used in their 1984 entry. It featured a unique aluminum frame to house the engine and a radical layout in which the expansion chambers and the fuel tank were positioned above and below the engine respectively. The bike would go on to compete in road races over the next 19 years, and now appears as a 1/12 scale model in the Tamiya line-up.

Scale - 1/12 / Length - 166mm or 6.5in

Honda NSR500
CA$84.00

Ducati Desmosedici

Desmosedici is a compound word made from the Italian for sixteen, "sedici" and the name of Ducati's trademark desmodromic valve design. The DOHC 16 V4 engine is composed of two 90 degree L twin components held together in a tubular steel truss-frame, with swing arm and rear shock pivots directly attached to engine in a truly original fashion. The sleek and powerful bike was piloted in its debut 2003 MotoGP season by L. Capirossi, former 125 and 250cc class title holder, and World Superbike Champion T. Bayliss. The GP4 really showed its stuff during its 2003 debut season, taking 3rd place at Suzuka and winning 1st at Catalunya. Maintaining the same basic structure in 2004, Ducati brushed up everything from the engine to the body to make an even higher performance superbike. While the Desmosedici GP4 had a difficult first half of the season, it began to show results towards the end, with L. Capirossi winning 3rd place in round 15. T. Bayliss also took 3rd in the final round, ending Ducati's season on a high-note, and promising further excitement still to come!

Scale - 1/12 / Length - 173mm or 6.8in

Ducati Desmosedici
CA$65.00

British 25PDR. Field Fun & Quad Gun Tractor (Canadian Ford F.G.T.)

During WWI, many nations began using motorcars for various military purposes such as hauling guns. Vehicles were classified in various categories according to their purpose such as armored cars, tanks and self-propelled guns that carried hand-held artillery, and gun tractors that were designed for hauling weapons. During this time, the British, who had the most advanced full-track and half-track technology, began realizing the advantage of using motorcars in the military. They began developing several tractors for the sole purpose of hauling artillery. The British produced uniquely shaped gun tractors, known as the Quad, which had an angular body and short wheelbase with large wheels. The following four Quad gun tractors were developed: Guy Quad Ant, Morris Commercial C8 Mk I & Mk II Quad, Karrier KT 4 Indian Quad, and Canadian Military Pattern (CPM) Quad manufactured in Canada. The military primarily use the CMP Quad during the war, due to its quality and mass production. The CMP Quads including the FAT-2 Quad gun tractor were very good vehicles and simple to operate. They continued on active service in the British Commonwealth forces for about 15-20 years even after the war.

Scale - 1/35

British 25PDR. Field Fun & Quad Gun Tractor (Canadian Ford F.G.T.)
CA$36.00

HMS Hood

HMS Hood (pennant number 51) was the last battlecruiser built for the Royal Navy. Commissioned in 1920, she was named after the 18th-century Admiral Samuel Hood. One of four Admiral-class battlecruisers ordered in mid-1916, Hood had design limitations, though her design was revised after the Battle of Jutland and improved while she was under construction. For this reason, she was the only ship of her class to be completed. Despite the appearance of new and more modern ship designs over time, Hood remained the largest warship in the world for 20 years after her commissioning, and her prestige was reflected in her nickname, "The Mighty Hood".

Scale - 1/350 / 533 Pieces

Length - 749mm or 29.5in / Width - 60mm or 2.4in

HMS Hood
CA$159.99

Supermarine Spitfire Mk.I

This is a 1/72 scale plastic model assembly kit recreating the Spitfire Mk.I that played such a crucial role in the defining Battle of Britain, Summer 1940. From the elegant nose to the elliptical wing, the form of the aircraft is captured in style. Features realistic renderings of the cockpit interior, exhausts and more. Comes with two marking options for units that took part in the Battle of Britain.

Scale - 1/72 / Length - 128mm or 5.0in / Width - 156mm or 6.1in

Supermarine Spitfire Mk.I
CA$23.99

USS SSN-21 Seawolf Attack Submarine

The Angeles class nuclear-powered attack submarine (Sea wolf) was ordered from the Electric Boat Division of General Dynamics in January 1989 and commissioned in July 1997. This plastic model kit is an accurate representation of the military vessel.

Scale - 1/144 / Pieces - 45

Length - 747mm or 29.4in / Width - 126mm or 5.0in

USS SSN-21 Seawolf Attack Submarine
CA$47.99

CH-47D "Chinook"

The CH-47 Chinook, the workhorse of the US Army, is manufactured by the Boeing Vertol company. The Chinook has served as the prime mover for the US Army and other military forces for decades. Its principal missions include transport of troops, artillery, ammunitions, fuel, water, barrier materials, supplies and equipment on the battlefield. Other missions include medical evacuation, aircraft recovery, fire fighting, parachute drops, heavy construction, disaster relief, and search and rescue. This plastic model kit is an accurate representation of the military vehicle.

Scale - 1/72 / Pieces - 150

Length - 410mm or 16.1in / Width - 249mm or 9.8in

CH-47D "Chinook"
CA$34.99

MIL-24 "Hind" D/E

The Mi-24 is one of the most powerful combat and attack helicopters available today, despite the fact of being in service for more than 20 years. Built according to Soviet Military philosophy, which make these choppers true flying "battle ships" with great fire power to support helicopter attack forces. The Mi-24 is equipped with heavy protective armor against small arms fire. The helicopter has been exported to many countries and has served from Afghanistan to Southern Africa, South America and the recent gulf war.

Scale - 1/72 / Length - 246mm or 9.7in

MIL-24 "Hind" D/E
CA$22.00

Fairey Firefly Mk. 1

The Fairey Firefly was a British WWII-era carrier-borne fighter aircraft and anti-submarine aircraft of the Fleet Air Arm (FAA). Designed to the contemporary FAA concept of a two-seat fleet reconnaissance/fighter, the pilot and navigator/weapons officer were housed in separate stations.

Scale - 1/48 / Pieces - 100
Length - 282mm or 11.1in / Width - 237mm or 9.3in

Fairey Firefly Mk. 1
CA$89.99

Mitsubishi A6M2b Zero Fighter (Zeke)

From the early days of the Second Sino-Japanese War to the end of hostilities in the Pacific, the Mitsubishi Zero served as the Imperial Japanese Navy's main frontline fighter. The first major mass-produced version was the A6M2b, which was equipped with 50cm folding wingtips, landing hook, and radio direction finder for carrier-based operations. Flown by expert pilots, the A6M2b took part in daring operations such as the Pearl Harbor attack and the invasion of the Philippines. It's 3,000km range, powerful 20mm cannon armament, and legendary maneuverability quickly earned the respect of Allied aircrews.

Scale - 1/72

Mitsubishi A6M2b Zero Fighter (Zeke)
CA$36.00

De Havilland Mosquito

Nicknamed "The Wooden Wonder" due to its nearly all-wood construction, the de Havilland Mosquito was initially conceived as a fast, unarmed bomber and went on to serve in that and many other roles during WWII. This kit depicts the NF Mk.II nightfighter and FB Mk.VI fighter-bomber variants which were introduced in Spring 1942 and Spring 1943 respectively. Parts are included for the NF Mk.II's nose- and wing-mounted radar antenna as well as 500lb bombs and rockets for the FB Mk.VI. The bomb bay may be fitted with bombs and also features details for the fuel tank and 20mm cannon magazines. Two pilot figures and three marking options are included.

Scale - 1/48 / Length - 205mm or 8.1in

De Havilland Mosquito
CA$49.99

Subaru Impreza WRC Monte Carlo '05

For the 2005 WRC Monte Carlo Rally, the Subaru team entered the upgraded Subaru Impreza as used in the latter half of the 2004 season. Despite suffering brake troubles, 2003 champion Petter Solberg was able to keep up with the leaders after the first 2 days. On the final day he recorded the fastest times in the first 2 stages to climb up to 3rd place, before being forced to retire after a heavy crash in the snow. Although unlucky in the first race of the season, Solberg and the Subaru team were able to quickly forget the disappointment of Monte Carlo, taking victory in round 2 in Sweden, proving Solberg and the Impreza have what it takes to win the WRC crown back.

Scale - 1/20 / Length - 183mm or 7.2in / Width - 75mm or 3.0in

Subaru Impreza WRC Monte Carlo '05
CA$69.00

Tyrrell P34 Six Wheeler 1976 Japan GP

The Tyrrell P34 is the only 6-wheeled machine in F1 history. It took part in actual races in 1976, and drivers J. Scheckter and P. Depailler went on to drive their cars to a 1-2 finish at the Swedish GP to prove the incredible potential of the P34. At the final race of the season, the P34 appeared before Japanese fans at the inaugural Japanese GP held at Fuji Speedway. From his 13th place qualifying position, Depailler overtook the field to briefly lead before a tire puncture dropped him back to finish the race in second place behind M. Andretti's Lotus.

Scale - 1/20

Tyrrell P34 Six Wheeler 1976 Japan GP
CA$78.00

Lotus Type 79 1979 "Martini"

In 1979, the championship-winning "Black Beauty" Type 79 from the 1978 season was repainted with British Racing Green. The team consisted of the previous year's champion Mario Andretti and former Ferrari driver Carlos Reutemann. Team Lotus ended the season winless as they could not overcome the other teams' second-generation ground-effect cars. However, Reutemann and Andretti placed 2nd and 5th respectively at the opening race in Argentina, and the former also achieved podium finishes in Brazil and Spain. Driver figure included.

Scale - 1/20

Ferrari F1-2000
CA$89.99

Ferrari F1-2000

Achieving the long sought after double victory of the Drivers' Championship and Constructors' Championship at the 2000 F1 World Championships, Ferrari capped off the season in a blaze of crimson glory. Their state-of-the-art machine is now available as a precise assembly model kit from Tamiya. The exterior of the Ferrari F1-2000 features exquisitely recreated curvatures, tried and tested in Ferrari's own wind tunnel. Tamiya's 1/20 scale recreation features the same intrepid shape, which encases the intricately designed 3-liter, V10 engine. Tamiya invites you to commemorate Ferrari's brilliant 2000 season with this masterful 1/20 scale rendition.

Scale - 1/20 / Length - 222mm or 8.7in / Width - 91mm or 3.6in

Ferrari F1-2000
CA$54.00

German 4.5 Ton Truck AHN w/3.7cm FLAK 37 AA Fun

Developed from 1939, the AHN 3.5ton truck had had prototypes produced, but before it could be manufactured France fell in June 1940. The conquering German forces saw potential in the design, however, and continued its development, eventually producing it for their own use. Lightweight and enduring, the AHN was well-suited to mass-production, and was easily recognizable thanks to its cabover design. It was powered by a 75hp 6-cylinder engine. Some 4,000 were manufactured between 1941 and 1944, serving on the Eastern Front and Italy, transporting personnel and supplies, even towing artillery.

Scale - 1/35 / Length - 190mm or 7.5in / Width - 70mm or 2.8in

German 4.5 Ton Truck AHN w/3.7cm FLAK 37 AA Fun
CA$84.00

M4A3 Sherman (w/Single Motor)

It was late 1944 and Germany was clearly losing the war. Russia was closing in on the Eastern front while American bombing raids were devastating German cities. Italy had been liberated and the Allies were quickly moving through France and the Low Counties. The end looked near for Germany unless they could succeed in a great offensive push, which is exactly what they attempted. On December 16, 1944, an American sentry reported countless "pinpoints of light" flickering along the German line. Seconds later, shells exploded around him and he realized that the lights were the muzzle flashes of hundreds of German guns. A massive German counteroffensive was underway along the 85-mile Ardennes front. In the north, the Sixth Panzer Army struck the U.S. 99th and 2nd Divisions. In the center, the fifth Panzer Army hit the 106th Division, the 14th Cavalry Group and part of the 28th Division. In the South, the Seventh Army clashed with the U.S. 4th, 9th and 28th Armored Divisions. Although the Allies were initially sent reeling, courageous troops and rugged armor such as the Sherman tank eventually turned the tides of battle. One of the most used versions of this tank was the 75mm gun-equipped M4A3 Sherman, which used a V8 450hp Ford engine. The late production version first rolled out of the factories in February 1944 with an angled front hull and 63.5mm armored plate. To the turret, a cupola for the commander and hatch for the loader were added. This version was also equipped with wet ammo storage bins, which helped prevent internal fires, a weakness of earlier Shermans.

Scale - 1/35

M4A3 Sherman (w/Single Motor)
CA$115.00

German Panther Ausf.G Early Production (w/Single Motor)

This is a 1/35 scale motorized assembly kit model of the German Panther Ausf.G Early Production. Pre-assembled single motor gearbox enables forward movement. Stickers included to reproduce Zimmerit coating on the upper hull and turret. Commander torso figure and 3 marking options included. LR03/AAA/UM4 alkaline batteries (x2) are separately required.

Scale - 1/35 / Length - 257mm or 10.1in

German Panther Ausf.G Early Production (w/Single Motor)
CA$138.00

British Special Air Service Jeep

This high quality scale British SAS Jeep model from Tamiya is perfect for all model enthusiasts. This kit contains a ready to assemble, 1:35 scale model. Once assembled, it makes a highly accurate replica model of a British Special Air Service Jeep military vehicle with a combat crew of two.

Scale - 1/35

British Special Air Service Jeep
CA$18.00

HMS Type 23 Frigate - Kent (F78)

The Type 23 Frigate is a class of frigate serving with the Royal Navy of the United Kingdom. All the ships are named after British Dukes, thus the class is also known as the Duke class. The first Type 23 was commissioned in 1989 and the sixteenth was launched in May 2000. This plastic model kit is an accurate representation of the military ship.

Pieces - 420 / Scale - 1/350

Length - 380mm or 15.0in / Width - 47mm or 1.9in

HMS Type 23 Frigate - Kent (F78)
CA$94.99

U.S. Battleship BB-61 Iowa 1984

USS Iowa (BB-61) is a retired battleship, the lead ship of her class, and the fourth in the United States Navy to be named after the state of Iowa. Owing to the cancellation of the Montana class battleships, Iowa is the last lead ship of any class of United States battleships and was the only ship of her class to have served in the Atlantic Ocean during World War II.

Pieces - 220 / Scale - 1/700

Length - 386mm or 15.2in / Width - 47mm or 1.9in

U.S. Battleship BB-61 Iowa 1984
CA$38.99

Battle-Ship Yamato

This is an assembly kit of the Yamato, a Japanese Navy battleship completed in December 1941 with a 64,000 ton displacement, nine 46cm guns which had a 41km firing range, and a host of other revolutionary features. Tamiya studied the latest available resources and recreated the Yamato in her final form, as she headed towards Okinawa on her final sortie. The flare of the bow and the armor belts along her sides have been accurately reproduced, along with her main turrets, secondary 15.5cm gun turrets, and anti-aircraft armament including 12.7cm gun mounts. Parts are also included to depict rangefinders, radars, and cranes to enable a detailed finish.

Length - 375mm or 14.8in

Battle-Ship Yamato
CA$49.99

Japanese Heavy Cruiser Suzuya

The Suzuya was constructed as the third light cruiser of the Mogami series. But while still under construction, the London Treaty lost its validity and the Suzuya was remodeled immediately after completion. The remodeled Suzuya was mounted with ten 20cm double guns replacing the former fifteen 15.5cm triple guns and began its new life as a heavy cruiser. At the outbreak of the Pacific War, the Suzuya participated in the capture operation of the Malay Penninsula. It also took part in the famous Midway Sea Battle together with three others of its type- the Mogami, the Mikuma and the Kumano. It was active in many other battles before finally meeting its fate during the sea battle off the Samar Island on October 25, 1944, where it erupted in flames after sustaining severe damage from enemy attack planes launched from a U.S. Escort Carrier. The Suzuya was then torpedoed and sunk by a friendly destroyer.

Scale - 1/700 / Length - 287mm or 11.3in / Width - 35mm or 1.4in

Japanese Heavy Cruiser Suzuya
CA$54.00

HMS Type 45 Destroyer

The Type 45 destroyer, also known as the D or Daring-class, is a class of guided missile destroyers built for the United Kingdom's Royal Navy.

Pieces - 590 / Scale - 1/350

Length - 435mm or 17.1 in / Width - 68mm or 2.7in

HMS Type 45 Destroyer
CA$99.99

HMS Hood

The largest warship in the world when launched in 1918. She was the pride of the Royal Navy on sailing to intercept the Bismarck in May 1941. After making contact with the German battleship she, with HMS Prince of Wales opened fire. The Bismarck returned fire and with her 5th salvo hit the Hood a fatal blow and she sunk within two minutes. Only three crew from her total of 1,500 survived.

Pieces - 133 / Scale - 1/600

Length - 430mm or 16.9in / Width - 53mm or 2.1in

HMS Hood
CA$36.00

HMS Belfast

One of the Town Class Batch 3 cruisers, the Belfast saw action at the Battle of the North Cape in World War II, as well as protecting the Artic convoys and taking a major role during the D-Day landings. After being refitted and seeing action in other conflicts including the Korean War, she is now preserved and anchored in the River Thames near to Tower Bridge in London.

Pieces - 250 / Scale - 1/600

Length - 311mm or 12.2in / Width - 35mm or 1.4in

HMS Belfast
CA$36.00

HMS Victory

Launched on 7th May 1765, HMS Victory gained its fame by becoming Admiral Nelson's flagship during the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805. The victory at this battle ended Napoleon's bid for mastery of the sea, but cost Admiral Nelson his life.

Pieces - 353 / Scale - 1/180

Length - 383mm or 15.1in / Width - 88mm or 3.5in


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German Battleship Bismarck

On May 24th, 1941 the Royal Navy dealt one of its most shattering blows. The 42,000 ton German battlecruiser Hood was destroyed after an attack that lasted only eight minutes. The Bismarck was the largest and most modern ship in service with the German fleet. Three days after the most celebrated sea chase of the Second World War, which involved no fewer that three British battleships, two battlecruisers, two aircraft carriers, nine cruisers, and countless destroyers, the Bismarck was reduced to a blazing hulk. This came only nine months after she was commissioned.

Pieces - 1350 / Scale - 1/350

Length - 717mm or 28.2in / Width - 103mm or 4.1in

German Battleship Bismarck
CA$99.99

British Challenger 2 MBT KFOR in action at Kosovo

Vicker Challenger 2 is an advanced main battle tank built by the UK company, Alvis s Ltd (formerly Vickers Defence Systems). Although similar in appearance to Challenger 1, the Challenger 2 MBT has many improvements including a brand new turret armed with the latest 120mm L30 rifled tank gun firing a new APFSDS-T (Armour Piercing Fin Discarding Sabot Tracer) projectile with a depleted uranium penetrator. The new computerized fire control system, all electric gun control and stabilizing system, and stabilized sights for the commander and gunner give a high degree of first round hit probability under both day and night conditions. Standard equipment includes a thermal camera over the manlet of the 120mm gun which provides a picture for gunner and commander, as well as an NBC (Nuclear, Biological, Chemical) system, mounting points for additional fuel drums at the rear, and mounting points for a Combat Dozer Blade at the front of the hull. Challenger 2 is in service with the British Army and with the Royal Army of Oman. The UK placed orders for 127 Challenger 2 tanks in 1991 and an additional 259 in 1994. In 1993 Oman ordered 18 Challenger 2 tanks and an order for a further 20 tanks was placed in November 1997. Challenger 2 entered service with the British Army in June 1998 and the last of the 386 tanks was delivered in April 2002. Deliveries for Oman were completed in 2001. Challenger 2 has seen operational service in Bosnia and Kosovo. British Army Challenger 2 tanks were deployed on active service in Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Pieces - 430  / Scale - 1/35

Length - 333mm or 13.1in / Width - 114mm or 4.5in

British Challenger 2 MBT KFOR in action at Kosovo
CA$42.99

LAV-III WHEELED ARMOURED VEHICLE

Original Vehicle made in London, Ontario!

General Dynamics Land Systems  8x8 drive, Light Armored Vehicle armed with turret-mounted M242 Bushmaster 25mm chain gun and coaxial 7.62mm machine gun. Kit has detailed suspension, upper hull surfaces, turret with bustle, separately molded hatches and on-vehicle equipment, jerry cans, racks, smoke grenade launchers, vinyl tires, die-cut window masks, brass rod, braided copper wire, cut-and-fold MRE/beverage boxes, printed paper theater signs and photo-etch parts (grilles, cable cutters, brackets and many additional fine exterior fittings). Decals and color painting reference for typical Canadian Forces vehicles with 3 sets of registration plates and Canadian Forces vehicle in UN service with 2 sets of registration plates.

Pieces - 470  / Scale - 1/35

Length - 213mm or 8.4in / Width - 87mm or 3.4in

LAV-III WHEELED ARMOURED VEHICLE
CA$69.99

P-51D Mustang IV Fighter

The P-51 Mustang was designed in 1940 and requested by Great Britain. Mustangs served in nearly every active combat zone, including the Pacific where they escorted B-29s from Iwo Jima to Japan. Between 1941 and 1945, the Army Air Force ordered 14,855 Mustangs (including A-36A dive bomber and F-6 photo-reconnaissance versions), of which 7,956 were P-51Ds with the "bubble" canopy and heavier armament. P-51Ds were partly an interceptor and primarily for close support of ground forces roles. P-51s served with Reserve and National Guard units until 1957.

Pieces - 296 / Scale - 1/32

Length - 308mm or 12.1in / Width - 357mm or 14.0in

P-51D Mustang IV Fighter
CA$84.99

French Armored Car AMD35

The ICV provides protected transport for an infantry squad and direct fire support during the dismounted assault. The ICV carries a 9-man squad and retains the capability to provide effective supporting fire to the squad while is it dismounted. The primary design of the IAV has two variants, one of them being the ICV. It requires a crew of two: a driver and a vehicle commander. This plastic model kit is an accurate representation of the military vehicle.

French Armored Car AMD35
CA$60.00

M1126 Stryker

Original Vehicle made in London, Ontario!

The ICV provides protected transport for an infantry squad and direct fire support during the dismounted assault. The ICV carries a 9-man squad and retains the capability to provide effective supporting fire to the squad while is it dismounted. The primary design of the IAV has two variants, one of them being the ICV. It requires a crew of two: a driver and a vehicle commander. This plastic model kit is an accurate representation of the military vehicle.

Pieces - 410 / Scale - 1/35

Length - 203mm or 8.0in / Width - 82mm or 3.2in

M1126 Stryker
CA$35.99

German 88mm Gun Flak 36

This famous weapon is well known for its role in World War II. It did, in fact, have its origins during the first World War, when guns of this calibre were used in an anti aircraft role.

German 88mm Gun Flak 36
CA$59.00

F-14A TOMCAT

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The Grumman F-14 Tomcat is an American supersonic, twin-engine, two-seat, twin-tail, variable-sweep wing fighter aircraft. It was the first such U.S. jet fighter with twin tails. The Tomcat was developed for the United States Navy's Naval Fighter Experimental (VFX) program after the collapse of the F-111B project. The F-14 was the first of the American Teen Series fighters, which were designed incorporating air combat experience against MiG fighters during the Vietnam War.

Pieces - 490 / Scale - 1/32

Length - 595mm or 23.4in / Width - 611mm or 24.1in

F-14A TOMCAT
CA$199.99

USS JOHN C. STENNIS CVN-74

USS John C. Stennis (CVN-74) is the seventh Nimitz-class nuclear-powered supercarrier in the United States Navy, named for Senator John C. Stennis of Mississippi.

Pieces - 660 / Scale - 1/700

Length - 475mm or 18.7in / Width - 110mm or 4.3in

USS JOHN C. STENNIS CVN-74
CA$58.99