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FSM-WB1114_Airfix_C47_01
Airfix 1/72 scale C-47 Skytrain
Airfix’s resurrection continues with a brand-new kit of the venerable “Dak” (short for the British nickname “Dakota”). Interestingly, Airfix’s original mold of the C-47 was retired years ago; recent Airfix releases...
FSM-WB1114_Mobius_Cylon_Raider_01
Moebius Models 1/32 scale Battlestar Galactica Cylon Raider
Moebius Models thrilled science-fiction fans when it released 1/32 scale Viper and Cylon Raider kits for the rebooted, gritty Battlestar Galactica on Syfy. Some of us hoped Moebius would somehow snag the license to release the original- series ships ...
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FSM-WB0513_100
Wingnut Wings 1/32 scale Fokker D.VII
After months — maybe years — of anticipation, Wingnut Wings has finally unleashed its Fokker D.VII kits on the market, initially in three variations. The three kits include specific parts to cater to the Fokker-, Albatros-, and OAW-built examples, along with appropriate decal markings. Speaking ...

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Kinetic 1/48 scale Magister CM.170 double kit
ICM Dornier 1/48 scale Do 215B-4
AMK 1/48 scale L-29 Delfin
Moebius Models 1/32 scale Battlestar Galactica Cylon Raider
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