NEW FROM trumpeter 1/700 US Navy “John F. Kennedy” aircraft carrier CV-67 06716

product description:
The aircraft carrier John F. Kennedy is the fourth ship of the US Navy’s Kitty-class aircraft carrier and the last conventional aircraft carrier in the United States. The aircraft carrier John F. Kennedy originally wanted to use nuclear power. In the end, it was used as a conventional power because of insufficient funds. It differed from other small Eagle-class aircraft carriers in appearance, that is, the chimney was tilted outward.

The first mission of John F. Kennedy was to cruise the Mediterranean in seven times to demonstrate to the Soviet Union. In November 1975, in the Mediterranean, the John F. Kennedy and the cruiser Bekana collided, causing some damage. In 1976, he ran into the destroyer Bodron.

In the Gulf War of 1991, the John F. Kennedy entered the Red Sea and sent a plane to bomb Iraq. After the Gulf War, John F. Kennedy entered the Persian Gulf and sent a fighter jet to execute the no-fly zone in southern Iraq.

On March 22, 2007, John F. Kennedy retired from May Harbor, Florida, and is now in the warship storage site in Philadelphia.

Product number 06716
product name US Navy “John F. Kennedy” aircraft carrier CV-67
Bar code 9580208067162
Product ratio 1:700
product type Plastic Model Warship Kit
Model size Length: 467.6mm Beam: 122.8mm
Total number of parts 610+
Metal parts n/a
Etched parts 1 piece
Film film n/a
Resin component n/a
Total number of offsets 34 sprues , hull and decks
Announcement date 2019-09
More description – Detailed Hull is a one piece part
– Detailed flight deck and hangar deck
-Extensive photo-etched details included
-Aircraft Wing includes:
E2C, EA-6B, HH-60H, S-3B, F/A-18C, F-14D
-Complete ship and aircraft decal sets

NEW FROM trumpeter 1/35 AA-60 (7310) model 160.01 airport fire truck 01074

product description:
At the National Economic Achievements Exhibition in 1974, MAZ-7310 was first publicly displayed. And began production in 1976.

The MAZ-7310 can be used in series with the four-wheel drive MAZ-8385 trailer to form a total of 205.5 meters of land trains, mainly used for oil field surveys in Siberia and as military heavy-duty tractors at the Air Force Base. Used to replace the previous MAZ-543 variant, the MAZ-7310 variant includes the MAZ-7510 truck, the heavy-duty airport fire truck AA-60 (7310)-160.01 (1978) and the KS-5573 (1981) heavy-duty crane.

AA-60 (7310)-160.01 heavy-duty airport fire trucks were used to fight fires at military and civilian airports, including aviation fuel tank fires, aircraft production assembly materials, and other types of fires at airports.

Product number 01074
product name AA-60 (7310) model 160.01 airport fire truck
Bar code 9580208010748
Product ratio 1:35
product type Plastic Model Armor Kit
Model size Length: 431.6mm Width: 92mm
Total number of parts 720+
Metal parts n/a
Etched parts 2 pcs
Film film n/a
Resin component n/a
Total number of offsets 19 sprues and tires
Announcement date 2019-09
More description >
Full multi-directional slide-molded cab. > Full drive train assembly complete with engine transmission, differential housing and suspension units.
> The main tires are hollow rubber with very good tread pattern
> The windshield and side win

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Scale: 1:24


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MODEL KIT No 48905
Scale: 1:48


Model W.O.T. 8, WWII British Truck

MODEL KIT No 35590
Scale: 1:35


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Scale: 1:24


British Police Female Officer (100% new molds)

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Scale: 1:16


Our latest leisure activities in Gatow were quite fruitful. There are some interesting exhibits in hangar no.7 – e.g. Mirage III and Harrier GR.1. We appreciate a lot the possibility of making a very detailed walkaround. Below is the effect – the prototype frets (for Mark I kits) are currently bathing in the acid accompanied by two more sets: Su-27 (Trumpeter) and MiG-17 (recent F-Toys). Stay tuned!