Revell 04954 – Bell AH-1G Cobra
€7,99 incl. BTW
Revell 03888 – Bell X-1 (1rst Supersonic)€25,49 incl. BTWToevoegen aan winkelwagen
Model replica of the Bell X-1, the world’s first supersonic aircraft. On October 14, 1947 Captain Charles Yeager broke the sound barrier and reached Mach 1.07.- Detailed cockpit with instrument panel- Detailed chassis- pilot figure- rocket motor simulation- Decals for 4 versions
Revell 07100 – Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG€27,49 incl. BTWToevoegen aan winkelwagen
With its wide grille and large star, long bonnet, distinctive doors and gills behind the front wings, the first vehicle developed independently by AMG is reminiscent of the legendary Mercedes-Benz gull-wings from the mid-1950s. The two-seater is powered by the world’s most powerful standard V8 engine with a displacement of 6.3 litres and a power output of 420 KW. The SLS offers remarkable performance and inspiring driving dynamics. The two-door model accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.8 seconds and from 0 to 200 km/h in 12.0 seconds. Its top speed is 317 kilometres per hour. The gullwing doors can be moved upwards in the same way as the bonnet, just like the original.
Revell 05046 – U.S.S. Enterprise€23,49 incl. BTWToevoegen aan winkelwagen
The nuclear powered Enterprise is the first aircraft carrier of its kind and is one of the largest ships ever built. On 25.11.1961 this gigantic aircraft carrier was put into service. Eight water-cooled reactors generate a total output of 300,000 hp, with which the ship reaches an average speed of 35 knots. The displacement is 75,700 tons and the flight deck is 76.8 meters wide. On average, 414 officers and 4,260 crew members are on board. As the Enterprise is independent of external supplies due to its nuclear propulsion, large fuel depots are available for the on-board aircraft. The largest and most modern U.S. Navy aircraft can be deployed from the Enterprise.To model:- Can be built with a complete fuselage or as a waterline model- 30 aircrafts- Detailed superstructures- Rocket arming- Radar antennas- U.S. Navy decals- Display stands