We are now starting to stock kits from IBG Models. These kits are made in Poland.
From what I have seen these kits get high marks for their quality and detail.
They make a lot of kits of World War Two vehicles. They are replicas of many of the CMP (Canadian Military Pattern) vehicles made in Canada by GM of Canada and Ford of Canada.
Keep checking back as we will be adding more of these models in the future.
We are now stocking 26 different Testors paint sets. We have both acrylics and enamels. From the most basic sets to those that have carousels to hold your paints.
That includes detail sets for cars and airplanes, fluorescent colors, camo colors and more.
Most of the sets include a brush or two and some include a tube of glue.
Check out the complete line here.
We've updated our site. We changed a few things around, added some color and we hope we made it easier to find everything. You can use the menus across the top or down the side to search for products. A new checkout page lets you calculate the shipping costs before you checkout. Now you will see the quantity available for our in stock items.
We hope it provides a smoother and better experience for all of our customers.
So come on in, look around and let us know what you think. We hope you like it!
Here is a link to a nice review of the Revell F/A-18F Super Hornet.
I just got some more in stock and I happened to see this video on Youtube. I hope you like it.
A lot of our customers are truck enthusiasts so we try to keep a selection in stock at reasonable prices.
This new kit (for us) really fills the bill. It's a Kenworth W900 truck model kit. It is part of the Historic Series and is made by Revell in 1/25 scale.
With mechanical fuel injection, impressive power, and an incredibly low curb weight, the VW Golf 1 GTI revolutionized the sports car market. For the first time sporty, aggressive cars were within the price range of the average buyer. It didn't look like a sports car but its performance, 0-60 mph (0-100 km/h) in 9 seconds, top speed of 110 mph (180 km/h)-put it firmly in the sports car category. I'm not too sure that I'd want to drive at 110 mph in a Golf but I could if I wanted to try it.
One of the airplane models we just got back in stock is the Soviet Sukhoi SU-24M Fencer. This airplane was accepted in service on February 4, 1971. About 1,400 aircraft were produced. They have been updated over the years with improvements like upgraded cockpits with multi-function displays and provision for the latest guided weapons.
This short video shows a couple of "Fencers" in flight.