Brakes AP Racing two-piston calipers, front and rear.
Suspension Steel Double wishbones, front and rear:
Steel, machine-welded stub-axles.
Front Track 1686mm.
Rear Track 1686mm.
Alain Prost Story.
An ardent soccer and motorcycle racing aficionado, Alain Prost first encountered competition on four wheels when he accompanied his brother to a kart track.
Barely 14 at the time, he soon made this bright new world his own. He rapidly forged an enviable reputation through a combination of unquestionable natural flair and a strong interest in the sport’s tecnical side.
After winning the French and European Formula Renault titles (1976-77).he cruised to the European F3 title in 1979 and graduated to F1 the following season, when McLaren swooped tp capture one of the sports most promising young talents.
He competed in his first world championship grand prix at Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1980- and scored a point on his debut.
The legend was gaining momentum.
Prost switched to Renault and become a serious world championship contender, just missing out on the title in 1983.
The following season he rejoined McLaren and again finished as world championship runner-up, only half a point behind team-mate Niki Lauda.
He finially claimed the sports biggest prize in 1985, when he became Frances first Formula One world champion- a success he and McLaren repeated the following season.
Prost developed a reputation for a smooth driving style and relentless attention to detail when it came to chassis set-up qualities that led to him being nicknamed “The Professor”.
He clinched a third world title in 1989, after pipping McLaren team-mate Ayrton Senna, and then signed for Ferrari.
He fought hard, but in vain, for the 1990 world title and then decided to take a year away from the sport at the end of the 1991 campaign.
He made a stellar return in 1993, with Williams-Renault , and swept to a fourth world title.
At the time his 51 grand prix victories made him the most successful driver in F1 history, in terms of race wins.
That was an appropriate moment to bow out and he subsequently turned his attention to putting together his own F1 team, Post Grand Prix, which competed in F1 from 1997 until 2001. He was by no means yet finished as a driver, however, and in 2003 he made his debut in the Trophee Andros ice-racing series at the wheel of a Toyota.
High quality machined brass shaft collars that are great for wire landing gear and axle shafts. Enough stock so that threads will not strip and can be reworked for many other uses. Includes set screw and one wrench. (Wrench not included with #243 & 244)
DML was established in 1987 to manufacture plastic model kits, according to its own designs, and then export them to all parts of the globe via agents in different countries.
he high quality products that DML have produced have won numerous awards from magazines and modeling societies throughout the world. The products are marketed under the label “Dragon”. Since its establishment, DML has constantly been investing capital in new equipment and tools. Since its founding it has now released more than 1,000 items.
In recent years have seen DML’s products marketed under the label “Revell/Monogram” in the USA, “Revell” and “Italeri” in Europe, and “Hasegawa” and “GSI” in Japan, all ODM products.
Depending on the third prototype ‘777 Green’,the latest Mig-29SMT
(Izdeliye 9.19) Multi-Role Fighter have joined Russian Air Force in February
2009.Been installed with the lastest fire control system,the Mig-29SMT can be
armed with most weapon of the Air Force and the biggest ‘fatback’ of the family
and the semi-retractable IFR probe gives the fighter a larger range.
upgrade increases the basic Mig-29’s combat potential (especially in
air-to-graound mode)2.5 times.
Length: 536.2mm Wingspan: 356.5mm
Photo Etched Parts
28 sprues , upper
hull , lower hull and tires
– Detailed fuselage&wing w/accurate design
– Highly detailed Engines
– Finely detailed cockpit,gear cabin,
– Grooved rubber tires
– PE parts included
The Su-24 tactical Bomber was designed by Sukhoi OKB. It`s an
all-weather, low-level attack aircraft which known by the NATO codename
‘Fencer’. The aircraft has a conventional aerodynamic configuration with a
variable-sweep shoulder wing, side-mounted intakes and two-seat
cockpit. The first production aircraft flew on 31 December1971. The total production
of the Su-24 was about 1,400 planes and the aircraft is in service with the
Russian Air Force and Navy, and the air forces of Azerbaijan, Algeria, Belarus,
Kazakhstan, Libya, Syria and Ukraine.
The Su-24MR is the tactical
reconnaissance version of the Su-24 family which the codename Fencer-E.The
aircraft had removed all the attack system expect the necessary equipments such
as the terrain-following radar.besides,a series of new equipments for the
reconnaissance missions such as the Aist-M camera,RDS-BO side-looking airborne
radar were installed.
Length: 313mm Wingspan:245 mm
17 sprues and fuselage
The kit consists of over 190 parts , includes 6 clear
– fuselage&wing with finely engraved panel lines
The Sea Harrier is a naval vertical/short takeoff and landing (V/STOL) jet fighter, reconnaissance and attack aircraft. The first version entered service with the Royal Navy’s Fleet Air Arm in April 1980 as the Sea Harrier FRS1, and was informally known as the Shar.
During the 1982 Falklands/Malvinas conflict the HMS Invincible and HMS Hermes were dispatched to the South Atlantic along with all available surface combatants and support vessels.
The FRS1 provided air defense support to the fleet, and to the troops ashore and did a credible job against the Argentine Air Force and Naval air force operating from their home bases on the mainland. With the help of the last-minute upgrade to employ the all-aspect AIM-9L Sidewinder, the Harrier FRS1 was able to achieve 21 kills without any air-to-air losses.
Combining the winning design with the manufacturing wizardry of Thunder Tiger, we present to you the RTR high performance 1/8 electric buggy, the Bushmaster 8E. This intricately designed 1:8 brushless electric buggy can propel itself on any race track with ease and the front／rear shock absorbers, a metal reinforced chassis with a low gravity design, 2000KV brushless motor and 4S~6S LiPo battery(sold separately) all complement each other perfectly to give you maximum force and fun. 16mm hi-capacity hydraulic shock absorbers can provide maximum tire traction. The interior electric components and body adjustments are pre-set at the factory, so that you can enjoy the exhilaration of the Bushmaster 8E right from the box. The perfect mix of speed and handling at your fingertips. It’ll be your best option on the tracks!
Lightweight and durable drivetrain with two-piece sliding motor mount for easy gear mesh adjustment and motor removal
16mm Big Bore aluminum shock bodies and caps with rubber shock boots
150A waterpoof brushless electronic speed control with T-plug Connector
Equipped with 10.5kg high-torque metal-gear servo and enclosed receiver box, ensuring segregation of water and debris
Powerful RIPPER IBL-40/20 2000KV brushless motor
Low center of gravity 4mm thick aluminum shock towers
High-traction knobby tires
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Items Are needed for this car.( Lipo Battery 4S or 6S (sold separately). Lipo Charger
An interceptor aircraft, or simply interceptor, is a type of fighter aircraft designed specifically to attack enemy aircraft, particularly bombers and reconnaissance aircraft, as they approach. There are two general classes of interceptor: relatively lightweight aircraft built for high performance, and heavier aircraft designed to fly at night or in adverse weather and operate over longer ranges.
Manufacturer Name LookHeed.
The Lockheed Corporation (originally the Loughead Aircraft Manufacturing Company) was an American aerospace company. Lockheed was founded in 1912 and later merged with Martin Marietta to form Lockheed Martin in 1995.
Find Airfix Models visit there site. Airfix become a member.
In Australia some models are not available straight away.
Visit some of Australia Hobby Stores and have a look at the kits that are available.
Airfix was founded in 1939 in the UK by Nicholas Kove, a refugee from Hungary who originally manufactured rubber inflated toys.
The name Airfix was chosen because part of the process involved fixing air into products. Kove believed that all successful companies should have their names at the beginning of business directories and consequently the name Airfix was born. After the Second World War he switched to producing plastic combs, and was the first manufacturer in the UK to introduce an injection moulding machine.
In the late 1940s Airfix was approached by Harry Ferguson (the tractor manufacturer) to make a cheap model of one of his tractors that could be used by his sales team as a promotional tool. At first there were problems making the model, so it was decided to make it in a series of parts to be assembled by a team of skilled workers.
This ready-built tractor proved to be popular and Ferguson allowed Airfix to produce them as toys and sell them under the Airfix name. It soon became obvious that more tractors could be sold if they were cheaper, and to achieve this they sold the kits unmade with instructions. This proved to be successful, and shortly after F.W. Woolworth approached Airfix suggesting that, by using a more stable polystyrene plastic and poly bags with a card header, it would meet the Woolworth’s retail price of 2 shillings. The small scale Golden Hind was launched in 1952. Woolworth’s buyers then began to ask for more subjects, then soon after Airfix began to produce a wider range of polybagged model kits – the all famous Spitfire model appearing from 1953.
Airfix grew throughout the 1960s and ’70s as the plastic kit modelling hobby became ever more popular. The range then expanded to include figures, trains, trackside accessories, military vehicles, engines, rockets, large classic ships, warships, liners, modern cars, vintage cars, motorcycles, spaceships and more.