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December 2010
Hasegawa includes decals for Japanese domestic carrier J-Air. Embraer 170s operate in many colorful liveries, like Kenya Airways, Virgin Blue, and Egyptair Express. Expect lots of aftermarket decals.
By Aaron Skinner
Published: October 6, 2010

MiniArt convincingly captured the Valentine’s complex suspension including the unique three-wheel bogies. There is a little play in the fit, so pay attention during assembly.

By Jim Zeske
Published: October 6, 2010

Produced in very small numbers, the Zwilling – designed as a glider tug – has always attracted the attention of modelers who like building the big and the outrageous.

By Chris Oglesby
Published: October 6, 2010
Officially known as the 105mm Howitzer Motor Carriage M7, the self-propelled artillery piece was dubbed Priest by the British army because of its pulpit-like machine-gun mount. The moniker is in keeping with church-themed artillery names such as Deacon or Bishop.
By Tom Foti
Published: October 6, 2010

The BMP-3 represents the latest development of armored tracked Soviet/Russian infantry carriers. It entered service in 1987.

By John Plzak
Published: October 6, 2010

Armed with an 88mm gun, the Nashorn, German for rhinoceros, was an effective tank destroyer that served  from 1942 until war’s end.

By Michael Scharf
Published: October 5, 2010

Designed by Isuzu and built in large numbers, the Type 94 gained a reputation for reliability. The vehicle served as the basis for cargo and fuel trucks as well as weapons carriers.

By Jim Zeske
Published: October 5, 2010

Kinetic’s 1/48 scale Grumman Prowler features folded wings, a first for an Intruder or Prowler kit. Takes up less shelf space, too!

By Matthew Walker
Published: October 5, 2010

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