Aircraft Models

Over 1000 Model Aircraft - everything from classic fighters to modern day rescue helicopters

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  1. Super Connie - TWA  Model
  2. Fighters of The Aces of WWII Limited Edition Series
    $29.99
    This 1:72 scale Limited Edition Series showcases aircraft flown during WWII by American, British, French, Russian, German, and Japanese Aces such as Richard Bong, Douglass Bader, Marcel Albert, Erich Hartmann and Herbert Kutscha. Learn More
  3. Cessna 172 Skyhawk Model

    Regular Price: $159.99

    Special Price $149.99

  4. Grumman F4F Wildcat

    Regular Price: $34.99

    Special Price $29.99

    This Die-Cast 1:72 scale Model Series showcases aircraft flown during WWII by American, British, French, Russian, German, and Japanese pilots. Learn More
  5. Piper J-3 Cub Model
  6. Sopwith Camel Model (large)
  7. Ford Tri-Motor Model
  8. Smithsonian P-51 Mustang Control Stick Stand
    $149.99
    The North American P-51 Mustang was considered by many as the best fighter aircraft during WWII, and is credited with helping to turn the tide of the war. Learn More
  9. PT-17 Stearman Model
  10. UH-1 Huey Die-Cast Model
    $99.99
    On June 2, 1969, medic Joseph LaPointe volunteered for a mission near the infamous Hamburger Hill battle site. Shortly after being dropped at the landing zone in a UH-1H Huey, two men in his unit were wounded and demobilized. In the face of heavy enemy fire, SP4 LaPointe risked his own life by crawling to his fallen brothers, shielding them and sustaining his own wounds while offering assistance. Moments later, a grenade killed all three men.

    As a celebration of LaPointe's gallantry for which he was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor we’re proud to offer a newly tooled, 1:48 scale, Die-Cast replica of the chopper in which he flew (a warbird that is today displayed at the Vietnam War Museum in Saigon). Model features see-through windows, a well-appointed interior, a free-spinning main and rear rotor, authentic 101st Airborne (17th Cavalry) markings, and a metal display stand. Measures about 14.25"l with a rotor span of 11.75”. Learn More

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