Build the most powerful warship of the 17th century. This is the finest model of HMS Sovereign of the Seas, with superb, authentic detail and several unique features. Even if you are new to the art of marine modelling, the clear step-by-step instructions will show you how to develop the skills you need to create a replica that does justice to infamous "Golden Devil". The 1:84 scale permits every feature of the real ship to be reproduced.Learn More
Order your HMS Sovereign of the Seas full kit online today and receive everything in one shipment. Comes complete with detailed step-by-step assembly guides showing you how to build your model.
Build and drive this 1:7 scale radio-controlled nitro model of Red Bull Racing's RB7. Made famous by Formula One driver Sebastian Vettel, our RB7 model is precision engineered to replicate every detail of the original.
Order your Red Bull Racing RB7 full kit online today and receive everything in one shipment. Comes complete with your detailed Assembly Guides.
Experience a fabulous reproduction of the Supermarine Spitfire Mk Vb in 1:12 scale, the most famous fighter plane of World War II. This detailed model is constructed from high-quality aluminum and wooden parts. Build The Spitfire will delight every model aircraft enthusiast, from the beginner to the expert alike.Learn More
Order your Spitfire full kit online today and receive everything in one shipment. Comes complete with a fascinating magazine giving you the Spitfire story and your detailed Assembly Guide.
The clipper Cutty Sark was built in 1869 at Dumbarton, Scotland. She was destined for the tea trade, then an intensely competitive race across the globe from China to London. Together with ModelSpace, Artesania Latina presents a perfect rendition of this graceful 19th-century tea clipper. 1:84 scale.Learn More
Build the Virginia Schooner in 1:41 scale.Learn More
At the start of the 19th century the United States began to build small fore-and-aft rigged sailing ships called schooners, offering great manoeuvrability and elegance. The Virginia was designed in 1819 and launched that same year.