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WWI German Triplane
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Airco DH.2
1/144 scale British Airco DH.2 biplane.

Designed by Geoffrey De Havilland, the DH.2 was a 'pusher' biplane with the engine behind the cockpit. It entered service in July 1915 and was retired in 1918.

It had a maximin speed of 93mph and was armed with one .303 Lewis machine gun. Some 493 were built.

Model measures approx 55mm long with a wingspan of approx 61mm

Note: Resin Model - Stand not included
WWI British Biplane
£4.00
Albatross C.III
1/144 scale German Albatros C.III biplane.

The C1 was a German general purpose aircraft which started service in 1915. It was used for photo-reconnaissance, bombing and bomber escort duties.

It had a maximum speed of 88mph and was armed with a fixed forward-firing MG 08/18 machine gun and one Parabellum MG14 machine gun mounted in the observer's cockpit. It could also carry 200lb of bombs. Around 2,270 were built.

Model measures approx 56mm long with a wingspan of approx 82mm.

Note: Resin Model - Stand not included
WWI German Biplane
£5.00
Aviatik C.I
1/144 scale German Aviatik C.I biplane.

The C1 was a German reconnaissance aircraft which saw service between 1915 and 1917.

It had a maximum speed of 88mph and was armed with one Parabellum MG14 machine gun mounted on the side cockpit rails. 548 were built.

Model measures approx 53mm long with a wingspan of approx 87mm.

Note: Resin Model - Stand not included
WWI German Biplane
£5.00
Fokker D.VI
1/144 scale Fokker D VIII plane.

The D. VI is a late war fighter and was introduced around April 1918. Only 59 models were completed before the end of the war.

It had a maximin speed of 123mph and was armed with two 7.92mm LMG 08/15 machine guns.


Model measures approx 41mm long with a wingspan of approx 49mm

Note: Stand not included
WWI German & Austro-Hungarian Fighter
£3.00
Fokker D.VIII
1/144 scale Fokker D VIII plane.

The D. VIII first flew in May 1918.

It had a maximin speed of 127mph and was armed with two 7.92mm Maschinengewehr 08 machine guns.

Incidentally, the D.VIII scored the last aerial victory of WWI.

Model measures approx 41mm long with a wingspan of approx 57mm

Note: Stand not included
WWI German Fighter
£3.00
Fokker DR1
1/144 scale Fokker DR1 triplane.

The DR1 was the aircraft made famous by the Manfred von Richtofen in which he gained 19 victories before being shot down in one.

It first saw action around September 1917. It had a maximin speed of 110mph and was armed with two 7.92mm Maschinengewehr 08 machine guns

Model measures approx 41mm long with a wingspan of approx 51mm

Note: Stand not included
WWI German Triplane
£3.00
Halberstadt CL.II
1/144 scale German Halberstadt CL.II biplane.
 1917.
The CL.II was a twin seat fighter escort/ground attack aircraft which entered service in

It had a maximin speed of 103mph and was armed with one 7.92mm LMG 08/15 Spandau machine gun and a 7.92 parabellum MG14 machine gun mounted on the rear observers ring mount. It could also carry 5 10kg trench mortar bombs. Some 900 were built.

Model measures approx 52mm long with a wingspan of approx 74mm

Note: Resin Model - Stand not included
WWI German Biplane
£4.50
Halberstadt D.II
1/144 scale German Halberstadt D.II biplane.

The D.II saw service from early 1916 until 1917. It was the first biplane fighter to serve with the Imperial German Army Air Service.

It had a maximum speed of 93mph and was armed with a 7.92 IMG  08 Spandau machine gun. It could also carry 2240lb of bombs, though when fully armed with bombs it was flown without an observer and machine gun. 65 were built.

Model measures approx 51mm long with a wingspan of approx 61mm.

Note: Resin Model - Stand not included
WWI German Biplane
£4.00
Nieuport 17
1/144 scale Nieuport 17 biplane.

The model was introduced to the French air force in March 1916. It was used by the French, British and Russian air forces.

It had a maximin speed of 110mph. The French version was armed with one synchronised Vickers machine gun and/or a Lewis machine gun on the upper wing. It was occasionally fitted with 8 Le Prieur rockets

Model measures approx 41mm long with a wingspan of approx 57mm

Note: Resin Model - Stand not included
WWI French Biplane
£3.00
Pfalz D.IIIa
1/144 scale German Pfalz D.IIIa biplane.

The DIII was used between August 1917 and mid 1918. The DIII had the machine guns within the fuselage which made it impossible for the pilot to clear jammed guns. The D.IIIa moved the guns to the upper fuselage where the pilot could reach them.

It had a maximin speed of 102mph and was armed with two 7.92mm LMG 08/15 Spandau machine guns. 

Model measures approx 49mm long with a wingspan of approx 65mm

Note: Resin Model - Stand not included
WWI German Biplane
£4.00
Royal Aircraft Factory B.E.IIc
1/144 scale British B.E.2c biplane.

The B.E.II was in service with the Royal Flying Corps and RAF from 1912 to 1919.

It had a maximum speed of 72mph and was armed with a .303 Lewis machine gun. It could also carry 2240lb of bombs, though when fully armed with bombs it was flown without an observer and machine gun. Around 3,500 were built.

Model measures approx 58mm long with a wingspan of approx 78mm.

Note: Resin Model - Stand not included
WWI British Biplane
£5.00
SE5a
1/144 scale British S.E.5a biplane.

The S.E. (Scout Experimental) 5 entered service with the Royal Flying Corps in March 1917 and saw action also with the United States, Canadian and Australian air forces. 77 S.E.5s were made before they changed the engine and designated the rest as S.E.5a

It had a maximin speed of 138mph and was armed with a Vickers .303 and a Lewis .303 machine guns. Some 5,205 were built.

Model measures approx 46mm long with a wingspan of approx 58mm

Note: Resin Model - Stand not included
WWI British Biplane
£4.00
Sopwith 5F.1 Dolphin
1/144 scale British Sopwith Dolphin biplane.

The Dolphin entered service in February 1918. It was unusual in that the lower wing protruded in front of the upper wing. On entering service it had the misfortune of being attacked several times by both British & Belgian pilots who thought it was a new German fighter.

It had a maximin speed of 131mph and was armed with two .303 Vickers machine gun. It could also carry 4 25lb bombs. Some 2.072 were built.

Model measures approx 48mm long with a wingspan of approx 70mm

Note: Resin Model - Stand not included
WWI British Biplane
£4.50
Sopwith Camel
1/144 scale British Sopwith Camel biplane.

The Camel was introduced in June 1917 and served with the Ryal Flkying Corps/Air Force until January 1920. It was adapted for service on board aircraft carriers when it was designated as the Camel F.1

It had a maximin speed of 113mph and was armed with two Vickers .303 machine guns. Some 5,490 were built.

Model measures approx 40mm long with a wingspan of approx 60mm

Note: Resin Model - Stand not included
WWI British Biplane
£4.00
Sopwith Pup
1/144 scale British Sopwith Pup biplane.

The Pup entered service in October 1916. It was the forerunner of the Sopwith Camel.

It had a maximin speed of 112mph and was armed with one .303 Vickers machine gun. Some 796 were built.

Model measures approx 43mm long with a wingspan of approx 56mm

Note: Resin Model - Stand not included
WWI British Biplane
£4.00
Spad S.XI
1/144 scale French Spad S.XI biplane.

The Spad 11 was a French two-seat fighter aircraft. It was used mainly  by the French, Belgian and American air forces.

It had a maximum speed of 110mph and was armed with one .303 fixed Vickers machine gun and a .303 Lewis machine gun mounted on a ring in the rear turret. 1,000 were built.

Model measures approx 56mm long with a wingspan of approx 78mm

Note: Resin Model - Stand not included
WWI French Biplane
£5.00
Spad S.XIII
1/144 scale French Spad S.XIII biplane.

This French designed biplane entered servic ein April 1917 and saw action with the French, British and American air forces among others.

It had a maximin speed of 131mph and was armed with two .303 Vickers machine gun. It could also carry 4 25lb bombs. Some 8,472 were built.

Model measures approx 43mm long with a wingspan of approx 56mm

Note: Resin Model - Stand not included
WWI French Biplane
£4.00
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