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Missile Threat (Modern Air Combat)
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Air combat 1960 - 2000. Fighters, Bombers, Ground Attack, Helicopters, Naval Vessels, Ground Forces, SAMs, AAA, Radar, AWACS, SEAD and much more.

Missile Threat is the fast-paced modern air combat game with a comprehensive air environment, covering every major air conflict from 1960 - 2000. 18 conflicts/periods, stats for 280+ different aircraft

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1/144 3D Siemens-Schuckert R.I

1/144 3D Siemens-Schuckert R.I


1/144 (12 mm) 3D paper model of siemens-Schuckert R.I, WWI German bomber. Siemens-Schukert built a series of similar aircraft to meet the German Army's requirements for a class of airplane called "Riesenflugzeug" (literally, 'giant aircraft'). Riesenflugzeug were intended to operate independently on long-range, long-endurance strategic bombing and reconnaissance missions. SSW's R-I through R-VII...   [click here for more]
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1/200 3D Bloch MB.200

1/200 3D Bloch MB.200


1/200 3D paper Bloch mb.200 The Bloch MB 200 was a French day/night bomber, first designed in 1932 and produced in France and Czechoslovakia (under license). Some aircraft were still serving in both countries air forces when World War Two began. A transitional design, the MB 200 had fully cantilevered wings, a closed cockpit, and was of mostly metal construction, but still had fixed landing gear....   [click here for more]
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1/48 Hanriot HD.1 (5e Escadrille) paper model

1/48 Hanriot HD.1 (5e Escadrille) paper model


1/48 paper model of Hanriot HD.1 in Belgian livery (5e Escadrille). The Hanriot HD.1 was a French World War I single-seat fighter aircraft. Rejected for service with French squadrons in favour of the SPAD S.7,[1] the type was supplied to the Belgian and the Italian air forces with whom it proved highly successful. Of a total of about 1,200 examples built, 831 were in fact produced by Italian companies...   [click here for more]
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1/48 Hanriot HD.1 (Austro-Hungary) paper model

1/48 Hanriot HD.1 (Austro-Hungary) paper model


1/48 paper model of Hanriot HD.1 in Austro-Hungarian livery The Hanriot HD.1 was a French World War I single-seat fighter aircraft. Rejected for service with French squadrons in favour of the SPAD S.7,[1] the type was supplied to the Belgian and the Italian air forces with whom it proved highly successful. Of a total of about 1,200 examples built, 831 were in fact produced by Italian companies under...   [click here for more]
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1/48 Hanriot HD.1 (Italian livery) paper model

1/48 Hanriot HD.1 (Italian livery) paper model


1/48 paper model of Hanriot HD.1 in Italian livery flown by Mario Fucini. The Hanriot HD.1 was a French World War I single-seat fighter aircraft. Rejected for service with French squadrons in favour of the SPAD S.7,[1] the type was supplied to the Belgian and the Italian air forces with whom it proved highly successful. Of a total of about 1,200 examples built, 831 were in fact produced by Italian...   [click here for more]
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1/48 Hanriot HD.1 (Jan Olieslagers) paper model

1/48 Hanriot HD.1 (Jan Olieslagers) paper model


1/48 paper model of Hanriot HD.1 in Belgian livery flown by Jan Olieslagers. The Hanriot HD.1 was a French World War I single-seat fighter aircraft. Rejected for service with French squadrons in favour of the SPAD S.7,[1] the type was supplied to the Belgian and the Italian air forces with whom it proved highly successful. Of a total of about 1,200 examples built, 831 were in fact produced by Italian...   [click here for more]
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1/48 Hanriot HD.1 (Swiss livery) paper model

1/48 Hanriot HD.1 (Swiss livery) paper model


1/48 paper model of Hanriot HD.1 in Swiss livery. The Hanriot HD.1 was a French World War I single-seat fighter aircraft. Rejected for service with French squadrons in favour of the SPAD S.7,[1] the type was supplied to the Belgian and the Italian air forces with whom it proved highly successful. Of a total of about 1,200 examples built, 831 were in fact produced by Italian companies under licence....   [click here for more]
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1/48 Hanriot HD.1 (US livery) paper model

1/48 Hanriot HD.1 (US livery) paper model


1/48 paper model of Hanriot HD.1 in US livery. The Hanriot HD.1 was a French World War I single-seat fighter aircraft. Rejected for service with French squadrons in favour of the SPAD S.7,[1] the type was supplied to the Belgian and the Italian air forces with whom it proved highly successful. Of a total of about 1,200 examples built, 831 were in fact produced by Italian companies under licence....   [click here for more]
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1/48 Hanriot HD.1 (Venezuelian livery) paper model

1/48 Hanriot HD.1 (Venezuelian livery) paper model


1/48 paper model of Hanriot HD.1 in Venezuelian livery. The Hanriot HD.1 was a French World War I single-seat fighter aircraft. Rejected for service with French squadrons in favour of the SPAD S.7,[1] the type was supplied to the Belgian and the Italian air forces with whom it proved highly successful. Of a total of about 1,200 examples built, 831 were in fact produced by Italian companies under...   [click here for more]
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1/48 Hanriot HD.1 (Willy Coppens) paper model

1/48 Hanriot HD.1 (Willy Coppens) paper model


1/48 paper model of Hanriot HD.1 in Belgian livery flown by Willy Coppens. The Hanriot HD.1 was a French World War I single-seat fighter aircraft. Rejected for service with French squadrons in favour of the SPAD S.7,[1] the type was supplied to the Belgian and the Italian air forces with whom it proved highly successful. Of a total of about 1,200 examples built, 831 were in fact produced by Italian...   [click here for more]
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1/72 3D Albatros D.XI

1/72 3D Albatros D.XI


1/72 (25 mm) 3D paper model of Albatros D.XI, WWI German experimentalfighter. The D XI was a biplane fighter with a rotation engine, breaking the Albatros tradition of liquid-cooled engines. It also dispensed with wire wing bracing, having single I struts between the wings. Two built.Perfect for the WWI air games like Canvas Eagles. Perfect for the WWI air games like Canvas Eagles. Easy two-page...   [click here for more]
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1/72 3D Aviatik 30.40

1/72 3D Aviatik 30.40


1/72 (25 mm) 3D paper model of Aviatik 30.40, WWI Austro-Hungarian experimental fighter. Paper model is of the Aviatik 30.40A, an Austro Hungarian experimental parasol monoplane derivative of the Aviatik 30.27. The Aviatik 30.40 was powered by a similar 160hp Steyr Le Rhone 11-cylinder rotary engine, and only one prototype was built and flown during the summer of 1918. The Aviatik 30.40 was of wooden...   [click here for more]
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1/72 3D Blackburn Kangaroo

1/72 3D Blackburn Kangaroo


First Kangaroo card model ever! Well-known WWI anti-submarine aircraft 1/72 scale! Model has detailed cockpits. ...   [click here for more]
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1/72 3D Bristol Scout kit

1/72 3D Bristol Scout kit


1/72 (25 mm) 3D paper model of Bristol Scout, WWI British aircraft. The Bristol Scout was a simple, single seat, rotary-engined biplane originally intended as a civilian racing aircraft. Like other similar fast, light aircraft of the period - it was acquired by the RNAS and the RFC as a "scout", or fast reconnaissance type. In the event it was one of the first single-seaters to be used as fighter...   [click here for more]
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1/72 3D Caproni Ca.3

1/72 3D Caproni Ca.3


1/72 (25 mm) 3D paper model of Caproni Ca.3, WWI Italian bomber. The development of the Ca.1 to the Ca.2 suggested the benefits of increasing amounts of power to the very sound airframe. The Ca.3 was a development of Ca.2, by replacing the two engines mounted on the booms with the same Isotta-Fraschini engine that had been used as the central, pusher engine on that design. The prototype flew in late...   [click here for more]
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1/72 3D Dornier D.I

1/72 3D Dornier D.I


1/72 (25 mm) 3D paper model of Dornier D.I, WWI German fighter. It was an all-metal fighter and a milestone in aeronautical technology that would come to define modern aircraft. It was designed by Claude Dornier in early 1918 while he was working as an aeronautical engineer at Luftschiffbau Zeppelin concern. Six (maybe seven) prototypes were build, designations D.1750/18 to D.1755/18. Three of them...   [click here for more]
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1/72 3D Fokker D.VII

1/72 3D Fokker D.VII


1/72 (25 mm) 3D paper model of Fokker D.VII, WWI German fighter. The Fokker D.VII was a World War I fighter aircraft designed by Reinhold Platz of the Fokker- Flugzeugwerke. Germany produced almost 2,000 D.VII aircraft in the summer and fall of 1918. In service, the D.VII quickly proved itself superior to existing Allied fighters, leading to a second Fokker Scourge. Perfect for the WWI air games...   [click here for more]
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1/72 3D Fokker Dr.I Baumer

1/72 3D Fokker Dr.I Baumer


1/72 (25 mm) 3D paper model of Fokker Dr.I, flown by Paul Baumer. The Fokker Dr.I was the result of an Idflieg specification for a triplane similar to the captured Sopwith. This type of wing arrangement allowed a light and compact, thus very manoeuvrable, aircraft. A newcomer to the front at the end of August 1917, it was retired from front line service in May 1918. Some aircraft were reallocated...   [click here for more]
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1/72 3D Fokker Dr.I Bolle

1/72 3D Fokker Dr.I Bolle


1/72 (25 mm) 3D paper model of Fokker Dr.I, flown by Karl Bolle. The Fokker Dr.I was the result of an Idflieg specification for a triplane similar to the captured Sopwith. This type of wing arrangement allowed a light and compact, thus very manoeuvrable, aircraft. A newcomer to the front at the end of August 1917, it was retired from front line service in May 1918. Some aircraft were reallocated...   [click here for more]
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1/72 3D Fokker Dr.I Gottsch

1/72 3D Fokker Dr.I Gottsch


1/72 (25 mm) 3D paper model of Fokker Dr.I, flown by Walter Gottsch. The Fokker Dr.I was the result of an Idflieg specification for a triplane similar to the captured Sopwith. This type of wing arrangement allowed a light and compact, thus very manoeuvrable, aircraft. A newcomer to the front at the end of August 1917, it was retired from front line service in May 1918. Some aircraft were reallocated...   [click here for more]
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1/72 3D Fokker Dr.I Hemer

1/72 3D Fokker Dr.I Hemer


1/72 (25 mm) 3D paper model of Fokker Dr.I, flown by Franz Hemer. The Fokker Dr.I was the result of an Idflieg specification for a triplane similar to the captured Sopwith. This type of wing arrangement allowed a light and compact, thus very manoeuvrable, aircraft. A newcomer to the front at the end of August 1917, it was retired from front line service in May 1918. Some aircraft were reallocated...   [click here for more]
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1/72 3D Fokker Dr.I Jasta 19

1/72 3D Fokker Dr.I Jasta 19


1/72 (25 mm) 3D paper model of Fokker Dr.I, flown by Jasta 19 unknown pilot. The Fokker Dr.I was the result of an Idflieg specification for a triplane similar to the captured Sopwith. This type of wing arrangement allowed a light and compact, thus very manoeuvrable, aircraft. A newcomer to the front at the end of August 1917, it was retired from front line service in May 1918. Some aircraft were...   [click here for more]
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1/72 3D Fokker Dr.I Kempf

1/72 3D Fokker Dr.I Kempf


1/72 (25 mm) 3D paper model of Fokker Dr.I, flown by Friedrich Kempf. The Fokker Dr.I was the result of an Idflieg specification for a triplane similar to the captured Sopwith. This type of wing arrangement allowed a light and compact, thus very manoeuvrable, aircraft. A newcomer to the front at the end of August 1917, it was retired from front line service in May 1918. Some aircraft were reallocated...   [click here for more]
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1/72 3D Fokker Dr.I Kirschtain

1/72 3D Fokker Dr.I Kirschtain


1/72 (25 mm) 3D paper model of Fokker Dr.I, flown by Hans Kirschtain. The Fokker Dr.I was the result of an Idflieg specification for a triplane similar to the captured Sopwith. This type of wing arrangement allowed a light and compact, thus very manoeuvrable, aircraft. A newcomer to the front at the end of August 1917, it was retired from front line service in May 1918. Some aircraft were reallocated...   [click here for more]
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1/72 3D Fokker Dr.I Klimke

1/72 3D Fokker Dr.I Klimke


1/72 (25 mm) 3D paper model of Fokker Dr.I, flown by Rudolf Klimke. The Fokker Dr.I was the result of an Idflieg specification for a triplane similar to the captured Sopwith. This type of wing arrangement allowed a light and compact, thus very manoeuvrable, aircraft. A newcomer to the front at the end of August 1917, it was retired from front line service in May 1918. Some aircraft were reallocated...   [click here for more]
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1/72 3D Fokker Dr.I Korner

1/72 3D Fokker Dr.I Korner


1/72 (25 mm) 3D paper model of Fokker Dr.I, flown by Hans Korner. The Fokker Dr.I was the result of an Idflieg specification for a triplane similar to the captured Sopwith. This type of wing arrangement allowed a light and compact, thus very manoeuvrable, aircraft. A newcomer to the front at the end of August 1917, it was retired from front line service in May 1918. Some aircraft were reallocated...   [click here for more]
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1/72 3D Fokker Dr.I Lothar von Richthofen

1/72 3D Fokker Dr.I Lothar von Richthofen


1/72 (25 mm) 3D paper model of Fokker Dr.I, flown by Lothar von Richthofen. The Fokker Dr.I was the result of an Idflieg specification for a triplane similar to the captured Sopwith. This type of wing arrangement allowed a light and compact, thus very manoeuvrable, aircraft. A newcomer to the front at the end of August 1917, it was retired from front line service in May 1918. Some aircraft were...   [click here for more]
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1/72 3D Fokker Dr.I Manfred von Richthofen

1/72 3D Fokker Dr.I Manfred von Richthofen


1/72 (25 mm) 3D paper model of Fokker Dr.I, flown by Manfred von Richthofen. The Fokker Dr.I was the result of an Idflieg specification for a triplane similar to the captured Sopwith. This type of wing arrangement allowed a light and compact, thus very manoeuvrable, aircraft. A newcomer to the front at the end of August 1917, it was retired from front line service in May 1918. Some aircraft were...   [click here for more]
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1/72 3D Fokker Dr.I Neckel

1/72 3D Fokker Dr.I Neckel


1/72 (25 mm) 3D paper model of Fokker Dr.I, flown by Ulrich Neckel. The Fokker Dr.I was the result of an Idflieg specification for a triplane similar to the captured Sopwith. This type of wing arrangement allowed a light and compact, thus very manoeuvrable, aircraft. A newcomer to the front at the end of August 1917, it was retired from front line service in May 1918. Some aircraft were reallocated...   [click here for more]
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1/72 3D Fokker Dr.I Pippart

1/72 3D Fokker Dr.I Pippart


1/72 (25 mm) 3D paper model of Fokker Dr.I, flown by Hans Pippart. The Fokker Dr.I was the result of an Idflieg specification for a triplane similar to the captured Sopwith. This type of wing arrangement allowed a light and compact, thus very manoeuvrable, aircraft. A newcomer to the front at the end of August 1917, it was retired from front line service in May 1918. Some aircraft were reallocated...   [click here for more]
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1/72 3D Fokker Dr.I Raben

1/72 3D Fokker Dr.I Raben


1/72 (25 mm) 3D paper model of Fokker Dr.I, flown by August Raben. The Fokker Dr.I was the result of an Idflieg specification for a triplane similar to the captured Sopwith. This type of wing arrangement allowed a light and compact, thus very manoeuvrable, aircraft. A newcomer to the front at the end of August 1917, it was retired from front line service in May 1918. Some aircraft were reallocated...   [click here for more]
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1/72 3D Fokker Dr.I Steinhauser

1/72 3D Fokker Dr.I Steinhauser


1/72 (25 mm) 3D paper model of Fokker Dr.I, flown by Werner Steinhauser. The Fokker Dr.I was the result of an Idflieg specification for a triplane similar to the captured Sopwith. This type of wing arrangement allowed a light and compact, thus very manoeuvrable, aircraft. A newcomer to the front at the end of August 1917, it was retired from front line service in May 1918. Some aircraft were reallocated...   [click here for more]
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1/72 3D Fokker Dr.I Tutschek

1/72 3D Fokker Dr.I Tutschek


1/72 (25 mm) 3D paper model of Fokker Dr.I, flown by Adolf von Tutschek. The Fokker Dr.I was the result of an Idflieg specification for a triplane similar to the captured Sopwith. This type of wing arrangement allowed a light and compact, thus very manoeuvrable, aircraft. A newcomer to the front at the end of August 1917, it was retired from front line service in May 1918. Some aircraft were reallocated...   [click here for more]
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1/72 3D Fokker Dr.I Udet

1/72 3D Fokker Dr.I Udet


1/72 (25 mm) 3D paper model of Fokker Dr.I, flown by Ernst Udet. The Fokker Dr.I was the result of an Idflieg specification for a triplane similar to the captured Sopwith. This type of wing arrangement allowed a light and compact, thus very manoeuvrable, aircraft. A newcomer to the front at the end of August 1917, it was retired from front line service in May 1918. Some aircraft were reallocated...   [click here for more]
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1/72 3D Fokker Dr.I Vallendor

1/72 3D Fokker Dr.I Vallendor


1/72 (25 mm) 3D paper model of Fokker Dr.I, flown by Hermann Vallendor. The Fokker Dr.I was the result of an Idflieg specification for a triplane similar to the captured Sopwith. This type of wing arrangement allowed a light and compact, thus very manoeuvrable, aircraft. A newcomer to the front at the end of August 1917, it was retired from front line service in May 1918. Some aircraft were reallocated...   [click here for more]
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1/72 3D Fokker Dr.I Wedel

1/72 3D Fokker Dr.I Wedel


1/72 (25 mm) 3D paper model of Fokker Dr.I, flown by Hasso von Wedel. The Fokker Dr.I was the result of an Idflieg specification for a triplane similar to the captured Sopwith. This type of wing arrangement allowed a light and compact, thus very manoeuvrable, aircraft. A newcomer to the front at the end of August 1917, it was retired from front line service in May 1918. Some aircraft were reallocated...   [click here for more]
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1/72 3D Fokker Dr.I Weiss

1/72 3D Fokker Dr.I Weiss


1/72 (25 mm) 3D paper model of Fokker Dr.I, flown by Hans Weiss. The Fokker Dr.I was the result of an Idflieg specification for a triplane similar to the captured Sopwith. This type of wing arrangement allowed a light and compact, thus very manoeuvrable, aircraft. A newcomer to the front at the end of August 1917, it was retired from front line service in May 1918. Some aircraft were reallocated...   [click here for more]
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1/72 3D Fokker E.V kit

1/72 3D Fokker E.V kit


1/72 (25 mm) 3D paper model of Fokker E.V/D.VIII, WWI German fighter. The Fokker E.V was a German parasol-monoplane fighter aircraft designed by Reinhold Platz and built by Fokker-Flugzeugwerke. It entered service with the Luftstreitkrafte in the last months of World War I. After several fatal accidents due to wing failures, the aircraft was modified and redesignated Fokker D.VIII. Dubbed the Flying...   [click here for more]
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1/72 3D Gotha G.I

1/72 3D Gotha G.I


1/72 (25 mm) 3D paper model of Gotha G.I, WWI German bomber. First of the famous family! The first G.I flew in July 1915 followed by a further 17 of these three seater machines. While the prototype used two 160hp Mercedes D Ills, the production aircraft employed two 150hp Benz Bz Ills. mounted on the lower wing. Perfect for the WWI air games like Canvas Eagles. Text written by Bart Wheeler, copyright...   [click here for more]
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1/72 3D Halberstadt Cl.IV

1/72 3D Halberstadt Cl.IV


1/72 (25 mm) 3D paper model of Halberstadt Cl.IV German two-seat fighter and ground attack aircraft. The Halberstadt CL.IV was developed from the company's earlier CL.II design. The CL designation was for a class of two-seater that was to be lighter and more manueverable, to act as escorts to regular C-type two-seaters. It was found that the CL machines made effective ground-attack machines, and...   [click here for more]
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1/72 3D Hanriot H.D.3

1/72 3D Hanriot H.D.3


The Hanriot HD-3 was a French two-seat fighter, designed around the water-cooled, 260-horse Salmson 9z radial engine. Heavily armed with twin forward firing Vickers guns in front of the pilot, and with twin Lewis guns protecting the tail, the HD-3 would have been a formidable multi-role aircraft, but the Armistice was signed before it entered large-scale service. ...   [click here for more]
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1/72 3D Hansa-Brandenburg D.I

1/72 3D Hansa-Brandenburg D.I


1/72 (25 mm) 3D paper model of Hansa-Brandenburg D.I, WWI Austro-Hungarian fighter. Biplane fighter, a design of Ernst Heinkel. The most notable feature of the D I was the 'Spider' arrangement of the wing struts; the four struts crossed at a point between the wings. The deep front fuselage inhibited the view of the pilot, and the D I was unstable. 95 built. Perfect for the WWI air games like Canvas...   [click here for more]
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1/72 3D Macchi M.5

1/72 3D Macchi M.5


1/72 (25 mm) 3D paper model of Macchi M.5, WWI Italian fighter flying boat. The Macchi M.5 was an Italian single-seat fighter flying boat designed and built by Macchi-Nieuport at Varese. It was extremely manoeuvrable and agile and matched the land-based aircraft it had to fight. Two liveries - Italian and Austro-Hungarian war prize. Perfect for the WWI air games like Canvas Eagles. Easy three-page...   [click here for more]
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1/72 3D Nieuport 11 kit

1/72 3D Nieuport 11 kit


1/72 (25 mm) 3D paper model of Nieuport 11 Bebe, WWI French fighter. The Nieuport 11, often nicknamed the Bebe, was a French World War I single seat fighter aircraft, designed by Gustave Delage. It is famous as one of the aircraft that ended the 'Fokker Scourge' in 1916. This small, lightly loaded sesquiplane outclassed the Fokker Eindekker in practically every respect. Now 11 Nieuport 11s under...   [click here for more]
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1/72 3D Nieuport 28

1/72 3D Nieuport 28


1/72 (25 mm) 3D paper model of Nieuport 28, WWI French fighter. Last of the WWI Nieuports flown by best US WWI ace Eddie Rickenbacker! Perfect for the WWI air games like Canvas Eagles. Easy one-page download. Text written by Bart Wheeler, copyright 2011, Bart Wheeler and Ecardmodels.com. Used by permission. ...   [click here for more]
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1/72 3D RAF F.E.8 kit

1/72 3D RAF F.E.8 kit


1/72 (25 mm) 3D paper model of RAF F.E.8, WWI British pusher fighter. Royal Aircraft Factory Fighting Experimental Model 8 (FE8) The Royal Aircraft Factory was owned by the War Ministry, and was tasked with developing military aircraft for the British Empire. One of their products was the FE8 single-seat fighter. Of pusher configuration, and armed with a single Lewis gun in the nose, the FE8 was...   [click here for more]
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1/72 3D Roland D.XVI

1/72 3D Roland D.XVI


1/72 (25 mm) 3D paper model of Roland D.XVI, WWI German experimental fighter. Two versions of the D.XVI parasol monoplane fighter - initially designated E.I - were completed in September-October 1918, one powered by a 160 hp Goebel Goe III rotary and other by a similarly-rated Siemens-Halske Sh III rotary.The D.XVI had a fully-cantievered fabric-cowered parasol wing and a slab-sided plywood-covered...   [click here for more]
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1/72 3D Sopwith Baby kit

1/72 3D Sopwith Baby kit


1/72 (25 mm) 3D paper model of Sopwith Baby, WWI British floatplane. The Sopwith Baby was a single-seat floatplane, developed from Sopwith's earlier Schneider floatplane racer. It differed from the Schneider primarily in having a different engine fit and cowl. Babies were built by several manufacturers with a number of small detail changes. In common with other Sopwith designs, some aircraft had...   [click here for more]
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1/72 3D Sopwith Swallow

1/72 3D Sopwith Swallow


1/72 (25 mm) 3D paper model of Sopwith Swallow, WWI British experimental fighter. Utilising an F.1 Camel fuselage mated with a parasol wing, the Swallow single-seat fighter monoplane was powered by a 110hp Le Rhone 9J nine-cylinder rotary engine and carried the standard armament of twin synchronised 7.7mm machine guns. Flown for the first time in September 1918, the Swallow was delivered to Martlesham...   [click here for more]
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1/72 3D Wight Quadruplane

1/72 3D Wight Quadruplane


The Wight Quadruplane was designed and developed in 1916. Powered by a 110hp Clerget 9Z rotary, the single Wight Quadruplane built underwent a number of rebuilds and redesigns between 1916 through 1917, but flight characteristics remained unsatisfactory and the type was never developed any further. Rare experimental RFC one, perfect for the WWI rare birds collection! ...   [click here for more]
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