Hawker Hurricane MkI V7467

flown by Sqn.Ldr.Douglas Bader

Douglas Bader is undoubtedly the most well known of all British fighter pilots of WWII. His courage, bravado, piloting skills and forthright manner have earned him a place in aviation history. His life in the RAF was a journey from severe disability through to 20 combat victories. Even imprisonment after being shot down over France didn't deter the double amputee to attempt escape so many times his German captors threatened to take his legs away. This Microaces kit pays tribute to the indomitable Bader and Hawker Hurricane.

DUE FOR RELEASE MID-MARCH 2015. Pre-order and receive additional Early Bird Spares Pack of 5 GWS props, 5 prop adapters and 2 spare spinners.

£79.99 inc.VAT

£66.66 excluding VAT

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Hawker Hurricane MkIIc

flown by Flt.Lt.Karel Kuttelwascher

With the rapid development of fighter aircraft during WWII, the Hurricane became appreciably more vulnerable. But this didn't spell the end for the type but just a shift in roles. BE581 is a perfect example of where the Hurricane found a niche; as a Night Fighter, equiped with powerful 20mm cannon, an uprated Rolls Royce Merlin XX powerplant and painted in an all encompasing matt black for stealth. Flown by Czech pilot ace Flt.Lt.Karel Kuttlewascher of the RAF's oldest unit, the legendary No.1 Squadron, the 'Night Reaper' created havoc on intrusion raids, picking off enemy aircraft as they returned to their bases in Northern France.

DUE FOR RELEASE MID-MARCH 2015. Pre-order and receive additional Early Bird Spares Pack of 5 GWS props, 5 prop adapters and 2 spare spinners.

£79.99 inc.VAT

£66.66 excluding VAT

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Curtiss P-6E Hawk

Of the 17th Pursuit Squadron, USAAC

The Curtiss P-6E Hawk was undoubtedly the definitive biplane of the P-series developed by Curtiss during the 1920s and 30s. With a state-of-the-art Conqueror V12 power-plant turning a 3 bladed adjustable prop, its looks and performance were certainly impressive for the time.

Of the 47 delivered to the USAAC in 1932, only one original aircraft survives to this day, on display at the National Museum of the USAF in Ohio, USA, painted in the livery of the aircraft flown by Capt. Ross G. Hoyt, commanding officer of the 17th Pursuit Squadron in 1933.

Everything is included in this 1/22th profile scale kit to enable you to build the complete aircraft ready to install your compatible receiver.

£75.95 inc.VAT

£63.29 excluding VAT

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Mikoyen-Gurevich MiG-3

Flown by Jr Lt Grigoriy German August 1941

The MiG-3 was one of a new breed of fast monoplane fighters developed in 1940-41 in response to the growing threat of German invasion of Russia. Its MiG-1 predecessor was beset by problems that required much rectification and hence the re-designation to MiG-3 once complete. The MiG-3 rewarded it's pilot with a performance that, at altitude, could out perform the Messerschmitt Bf109. This particular MiG was flown by VVS pilot Grigoriy German who destroyed 2 HS126 reconnaissance aircraft and a Ju88 high speed bomber in the fighter.

Everything is included in this 1/24th profile scale kit to enable you to build the complete aircraft ready to install your compatible receiver.

£63.95 inc.VAT

£53.29 excluding VAT

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P-51B Mustang III

Flown by Capt. E.Horbaczewski

Eugeniusz Horbaczewski was already a Polish military pilot before WWII and managed to escape Poland during the German invasion, eventually making it to Britain where he joined the RAF and became a successful fighter pilot, multiple ace and a respected and admired Squadron Leader. The Microaces kit of Horby's first Mustang; FB166 comes complete with removable 108 gal drop tanks, undercarriage and inner undercarriage door detail. The graphics also include victory markings, dive bombing missions, squadron crest and Polish square.

Everything is included in this 1/24th profile scale kit to enable you to build the complete aircraft ready to install your compatible receiver.

£63.95 inc.VAT

£53.29 excluding VAT

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Cessna 195 Businessliner

A fantastic introduction to Microaces kits

The Cessna 195 was designed and developed in the mid '40s. Going into production in 1947 the 195 was aimed firmly at the business market providing luxury private transport for up to 5 passengers and the ability to land on less than perfect municipal airstrips.

This NEW kit is a great way to get into building and flying Microaces. It's easy to assemble and extremely forgiving in flight, making the 195 a fantastic first build project and a first 4 channel flying experience.

Everything is included in this micro profile scale kit to enable you to build the complete aircraft ready to install your compatible 2.4gHz receiver. NOW SHIPPING

£59.99 inc.VAT

£49.99 excluding VAT

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Lipo Battery - 3 Pk

3.7V Lipo 3 Pack

Pack of 3 x Microaces 3.7V 300mAh Lipo battery with UM connector.

Well matched for best performance from AP05 5000kV motor. 3 Pack

£11.94 inc.VAT

£9.95 excluding VAT

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Spektrum Receiver

Spektrum AR6410L

Genuine Spektrum 6 channel 2.4Ghz DSMX Ultra-Micro Receiver.

The recommended long servo throw receiver for use in Microaces kits.

£39.98 inc.VAT

£33.32 excluding VAT

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Desk Stand

Display Stand

Laser cut and engraved clear acrylic display stand designed for Microaces aircraft.

Compatible with all Microaces Kits. Simple clip together assembly.

£8.99 inc.VAT

£7.49 excluding VAT

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Lipo Battery - 5 Pk

3.7V Lipo 5 Pack

Pack of 5 x Microaces 3.7V 300mAh Lipo battery with UM connector.

Well matched for best performance from AP05 5000kV motor. 5 Pack

£19.32 inc.VAT

£16.10 excluding VAT

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