trumpeter 201705 new kits

MiG-31 “fox dog” 01679

product description:
Mig-31 “fox dog” interceptor is as Mig-25 “fox” alternative development, and its prototype machine Ye-155MP inSeptember 16, 1975Was the first flight. As the world’s heaviest fighter / interceptor, the Mig-31 weighs much more than a similar type of aircraft. At the same time, two powerful D-30-F6 engine and a more solid body to reach the high speed of 2.8 Mach speed, and even to a low altitude, the maximum speed can reach 1.23 Mach.
Mig-31 and 1982 into the Soviet air defense service, for the implementation of a variety of long-range air defense mission. There are still more than 300 Mig-31 service in Russia and Kazakhstan.
Product number 01679
product name MiG-31 “fox dog”
Barcode 9580208016795
Product ratio 1:72
product type Plastic Model Aircraft Kit
Model size Length: 314.6mm Wingspan: 186.9mm
Total number of parts 340+
Metal parts N / a
Etching parts N / a
Film film N / a
Resin parts N / a
The total number of plates 19 sprues and lower fuselage
Date of publication 2017-04
More description It consists of over 340. Kit of The Parts, Includes 10 Clear Parts
– finely Engraved with the Fuselage Wing Panel & Lines
– Detailed Gear Cabin and Cockpit

 


 

Russian T-72B3M main battle tank 09510

product description:
T-72 is the 1970s Soviet production of the second new main battle tanks. It is based on 172 engineering development, and the introduction of the T-64A part of the function. T-72 is the most widely produced after World War II main battle tanks, changes only after the T-54/55 series, and later evolved into the T-90 main battle tanks.
Product number 09510
product name Russian T-72B3M main battle tanks
Barcode 9580208095103
Product ratio 1:35
product type Plastic Model Armor Kit
Model size Length: 289mm Width: 108mm
Total number of parts 1370+
Metal parts Copper cable, brass wire
Etching parts 3 pcs
Film film N / a
Resin parts N / a
The total number of plates 28 sprues, lower hull and turret
Date of publication 2017-04
More description The kit consists of over 1370 parts
> the kit w / refined detail
> multi-slide moulded lower hull, turret
> individual tracks
> photo etched parts included

 

 


 

US M1A1 AIM main battle tank 00926

product description:
As an upgrade model for M1, M1A1 enhanced digital capabilities. M1A1 has a first class of firepower and enhanced armor protection. Since 1988 after the production of M1A1 have increased the depleted uranium armor. 1986 the first batch of M1A1 to enter the US military service. The earliest equipment at the time the US military forces in the Federal Republic of Germany.
Product number 00926
product name US M1A1AIM main battle tank
Barcode 9580208009261
Product ratio 1:16
product type Plastic Model Armor Kit
Model size Length: 620mm Width: 232mm
Total number of parts 1300+
Metal parts Screw
Etching parts 1 piece
Film film N / a
Resin parts N / a
The total number of plates 22 sprues, upper hull, lower hull and turret
Date of publication 2017-04
More description The kit consists of over 1300 parts
> the kit w / refined detail
> multi-slide moulded lower hull and upper hull
> individual tracks links
> Photo-eteched parts included

 


 

M270 / A1 Multiple Launch Rocket System – Finland / Netherlands 01047

product description:
M270 MLRS (M270 Multi-Rocket Launch System, referred to as M270 MLRS) is an armored self-propelled rocket weapon system. Since 1983, the US military for the first time after the use of M270 rocket launchers, NATO member states have begun to take some M270, and gradually become NATO standard weapons. In the United States and European countries produced a total of about 1300 units, about 700,000 rockets M270.2003 years, the last batch of Egyptian army M270 delivery, M270 officially stopped. The Finnish Army purchased 22 cars from the Netherlands.
Product number 01047
product name M270 / A1 Multiple Launch Rocket System – Finland / Netherlands
Barcode 9580208010472
Product ratio 1:35
product type Plastic Model Armor Kit
Model size Length: 200.5mm Width: 89.5mm
Total number of parts 960+
Metal parts Copper cube
Etching parts 1 piece
Film film N / a
Resin parts N / a
Date of publication 2017-04
More description > Detailed multi-directional slide-planting cab.
> Multi-slide mold next hull
> 184 individual tracks links
> Photo-etched parts included

 

 


 

Germany “bear” type 305 mm self-propelled guns 09535

product description:
Product number 09535
product name Germany “bear” type 305 mm self-propelled mortar
Barcode 9580208095356
Product ratio 1:35
product type Plastic Model Armor Kit
Model size Length: 244.8mm Width: 105.4mm
Total number of parts 310+
Metal parts Copper cable
Etching parts 1 piece
Film film N / a
Resin parts N / a
The total number of plates 7 sprues, upper hull, lower hull and tracks
Date of publication 2017-04
More description The kit consists of over 310 parts
> the kit w / refined detail
> multi-slide moulded lower hull
> rubber tracks
> photo etched parts included

 


 

Italian Heavy Cruiser Zara 05347
Model:05347
The proportional model:1:350

Product introduction:
Zara heavy cruiser on July 4, 1929, in the the Otto Group La Spezia shipyard started, launched on April 27, 1930, to be completed by October 20, 1931.
After the completion of the “Zara” incorporated into the the first clan cruiser detachments. Thereafter, until 1940, Italy entered the war, the ship has been in the squad. Collective upgrade battleship during the transformation, the to temporarily exit sequence, September 1, 1933 to September 15, 1937, “Zara” served as a clan flagship. Throughout the summer of 1940, Zara-class ship cover transit to North Africa. In September, the intercept British troops to the island of Malta from Alexandria Transit. November 27, Zara, was participating in the Battle of Wu Lada angle, struck and injured by the enemy. March 29, 1941 Zara. on Cape Matapan naval battle in the British Royal Navy battleship HMS Warspite,HMS Valiant and HMS Barham of main gun at close range wounded last torpedo sank the British destroyer.
Item No 05347
Item Name Italian Heavy Cruiser Zara
Bar Code 9580208053479
Scale 1:350
Item Type Plastic Model Warship Kit
Model Brief Length: 522.3mm Beam: 65.2mm
Total Parts 460+
Metal Parts n/a
Photo Etched Parts 4 pcs
Film Parts n/a
Resin Parts n/a
Total Sprues 16 sprues , hull and decks
Released Date 2017-04
More Features – the kit contains over 460 parts
– the hull made from two-directional slide molds
– Deck wood pattern finely rendered
– Contains display stand
– photo etched parts included

 


 

 

Future Release 1/48-1/72-1/32-1/144

We have a lot more decals planned for the coming year, but are keeping them under wraps until nearer the release date. If you care to register on our website, we will email you when the new releases become available.
‘Happy Modelling’

Stock code: KW132000

Stock code: KW148000

Stock code: KW172000


 

Kitsworld – 1/72 Scale Blackburn Buccaneer

Blackburn Buccaneer British Research and Development Establishments.

KW172140 Blackburn Buccaneers S. Mk 2 Mk2A Mk2B

Buccaneer S. Mk 2- XN974, Royal Navy Test Squadron, based at A&AEE Boscombe Down, 1971.
Buccaneer NA.39- XK527/527, Royal Navy Test Squadron, RAF Holme-on-Spalding Moor, 1975.
Buccaneer S. Mk 2- XN975, Royal Radar Establishment, RAF Pershore, 1976. (Alternative Scheme).
Buccaneer S. Mk 2- XN975, Royal Radar Establishment, RAF Pershore, 1976.
Buccaneer S. Mk 2B- XW529, A&AEE/British Aerospace, RAF Scampton, 1979.
Buccaneer S. Mk 2B- XW547, No. 216 Squadron, RAF Honington, 1979.
Buccaneer S. Mk 2A- XT272, A&AEE/British Aerospace, BAe Warton, 1977.

Release date April 2017
Stock code: KW172140

kitsworld-172140


 

KW172141 North American Rockwell OV-10 Bronco

 

OV-10F Bronco, operated by Skadron Udara 21, Indonesian Air Force.
OV-10A Bronco, operated by the Naval Weapons Evaluation Facility, based at NWEF Albuquerque, New Mexico, early 1980’s.
OV-10C Bronco, operated by the 16th Strike Squadron, 15th Strike Wing, Philippines Air Force, based at Danielo Atienza AB, 2005.
OV-10E Bronco, operated by Escuadron 40, Venezuelan Air Force, mid-1980’s.
OV-10E Bronco, operated by Escuadron 40, Venezuelan Air Force, 1990’s.
OV-10A Bronco, operated by the US Naval Air Test Center, based at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland, early 1980’s.
OV-10A Bronco, operated by the Royal Moroccan Air Force, 1981.
OV-10B Bronco, operated by the Schie platzstaffel, Luftwaffe, based at L beck, West Germany, 1985.
OV-10C Bronco, operated by 411 Squadron, 41 Wing, Royal Thai Air Force, based at Chiang Mai, 2002.
OV-10A Bronco, operated by VMO-2, based at MCALF Camp Pendleton, 1970’s.
OV-10A Bronco, operated by the Naval Weapons Center, NAS China Lake, mid-1970’s.

Release date April 2017
Stock code: KW172141


 

Non-US/Commonwealth operators.

KW172143 North American F-86 Sabre

F-86F-30, 251-02/C-102, Grupo 1 de Caza Bombardero IVº, Brigada Aerea, Fuerza Aerea Argentina, based at Aerea Militar El Plumerillo (Mendoza), 1960’s.
Sabre Mk.2 (F-86E(M)), 19241/241, 141 Filo, Turk Hava Kuvvetleri, 1960’s.
F-86F-25, ‘265’, 1st Fighter Bomber Squadron, Imperial Ethiopian Air Force, Debre Zebit Air Base, 1960’s.
F-86F, ‘132’, Escuadron de Caza 12, Fuerza Aerea Peruana, late 1950’s.
Sabre Mk.6, 1815/815, 18 Squadron ‘War Hawks’, based at Masroor AB, 1981.
F-86F-40, 54026/SA, flown by Sqdn Ldr Mohammed Mahmood Alam, 11th Fighter Squadron, 32nd Air Wing, Sargodha AB, 1965.
F-86F-30, 3-140, Imperial Iranian Air Force, based at Vahoati AB, but used in UN operations over the Congo, 1963.
Sabre Mk.27, FM-1909, No. 11 Squadron, Tentara Udara Diraja, Malaysia, 1970’s.

Release date April 2017
Stock code: KW172143

 


 

KW172144 Hawker Hurricane

Hawker Hurricane Mk. I/Trop, Z4434, operated by the Groupe Bretagne, Forces Aériennes Françaises Libres (FAFL), North Africa, 1942.
Hawker Hurricane Mk. IIb/Trop, Z5664, operated by 2-VI-G IV,KNIL-LVA, Kalidjati, Java, Dutch East Indies, 1942.
Hawker Hurricane Mk. IIc/Trop, 2-13, operated by the Imperial Iranian Air Force, Doshan Teppeh AB, 1947.
Hawker Hurricane Mk. IIc/Trop, 2-32, operated by the Imperial Iranian Air Force, Doshan Teppeh AB, 1947. (Aircraft has been modified as a two-seat trainer).
Hawker Hurricane Mk. IIc/Trop, HL988, operated by the Türk Hava Kuvvetleri (Turkish Air Force), Middle East, 1942. Note overpainted original RAF markings.
Hawker Hurricane Mk. I, HC456, flown by Capt. Heikki Kalaja, 1/LeLv 30, Ilmavoimat (Finnish Air Force), Utti, July 1941.
Hawker Hurricane Mk. IIc, MP+B/624, operated by the Esquadrilha MP, Força Aérea Portuguesa (Portuguese Air Force), Sintra AB, Portugal, 1950’s.
Hawker Hurricane Mk. I, ‘2’, flown by Adj. stag. av. Eugen (Evghenie) Camen-cianu, Escadrila 53, Grupul 5 Vânătoare, For £ele Aeriene Regale ale României (Royal Romanian Air Force), Mamaia, June 1941.
Hawker Hurricane Mk. IIb, Z3227, operated by the 769th IAP, 122nd IAD, PVO, Poduzhemye airfield, March 1942.

Release date April 2017
Stock code: KW172144