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Get your hands on highly-detailed large scale model Full Kits.
Experience one of the 20th Century's most iconic locomotives. Build your own 1:24 scale model 2-8-2 D51 locomotive, Japan's classic standardized modern engine. Made in 1938 by the Japanese National Railways (JNR) & Japanese Government Railways, the D51 was built in larger numbers than any other locomotive made in Japan. This is a truly stunning model made from high-quality brass & steel.
Order your D51 200 Locomotive full kit online today and receive everything in one shipment. Comes complete with your detailed Assembly Guides.
Authentic equipment of Japans legendary military class, modelled in 1:2 scale. The classic suits of armour worn by Japans famed samurai warriors evolved over more than a thousand years to reach a peak of artistry and sophistication.Order your Samurai full kit online today and receive everything in one shipment. Comes complete with a fascinating magazine giving you the history of Japan and its legendary samurai warriors along with your detailed Assembly Guide.
Build every rider's Dream, the Honda CB750 1:4 scale. This superbly finished scale model is a perfect miniature replica of the Honda Dream CB750 FOUR, made in stunning detail with features including stainless-steel wire, die-cast metal parts and lighting functions. Order your Honda CB750 full kit online today and receive everything in one shipment. Your step-by-step instructions are available to download directly from our site.
Build the world's fastest production motorcycle, the Suzuki GSX 1300R Hayabusa in 1:4 scale.
Order your Suzuki Hayabusa full kit online today and receive everything in one shipment. Comes complete with a fascinating magazine giving you the Hayabusa Story, the Super Sports Archive and your detailed Assembly Guide.
Build this magnificent 1:4 scale replica of the Captain America chopper from the American cult movie Easy Rider.
Build the Virginia Schooner in 1:41 scale. 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.
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