Are you interested in adding a visual punch to exterior of your Monogram or Revell Flying Fortress or B-24 Liberator? Take a look at these highly accurate and delicately molded propeller hubs and HAMILTON ELECTRIC PADDLE Propellers!
Set comes with 12 propeller blades and 4 hubs. The propeller shafts are keyed in a feathered position so all you need to do is carefully remove the propeller from the casting block and insert into the hub with a touch of cyanoacrylate glue. Note, you will need to drill a 2.5 mm diameter hole on the reverse side of the hub to mate with the kit engine.
For the beginner to advanced modeler – contains small parts – not intended for modelers under the age of 13.
RESIN2detail continues to add to their selection of airfield diorama accessories! In addition to a nice selection of bomb carts, lifts and ordnance, we are set to release some nifty fuel drums and ammo crates in 1/48 and 1/32. Due for release the week of May 9th, these highly-detailed barrels and crates will help you to add life and dynamic effect to your US or German airfield/tarmac diorama!
We will be bundling the US and German barrels in sets of 4; 2 versions in both dented and “pristine” condition. A rotary fuel pump will be included with the German set as well (not pictured). The box shown is to be/can be used in tandem with our forthcoming release of the M5 Bomb Cart. Will be bundled in packs of 3: 2 opened with 100lb “bomblets” visible (and movable), and one cart closed.
Check back often for more exciting products, release announcements and pricing!
Coming soon, as part of our line of Fast Fix products – replacement exhaust pipes for the Tamiya 1/48 Mustang series. Designed as plug and play with the kit and with the R2D Packard Merlin (available HERE)!
Pricing and product photos coming soon
Check back often for updates, including other exhaust variants for the P-51 and for other Air-frames, along with other exciting releases from RESIN2detail!
Time to pick up a pair of these control yokes for your Flying Fortress — The kit yokes are a bit on the thick side, and are lacking in detail. R2D’s are accurate and detailed to the hilt – you will not be disappointed!
Planned for release during the week of May 9 in 1/32 for the HK kit and in 1/48 for the Monogram Kit!
Stay tuned for more information on pricing and availability!
As part of our Fast Fix series, we are rolling out a new line of exhausts, seats, propellers, engine halves, wheels and other highly-detailed yet easy-to-install accessories for your scale aircraft model kit(s)!
If you are building or thinking of building Monogram’s 1/48 B-17 Flying Fortress or B-24 Liberator, you are going to want to check out this set of 12 Hamilton Propeller blades with keyed alignment slots and 4 hubs! These babies will blow away the detail on the kit’s injection molded propellers and will make your plane stand out from the crowd.
Stay tuned for pricing information and product photos!
If you are interested in modelling the 5-tubed exhaust variant of the Mosquito in 1/48, you will want to pick up a set of these replacement exhausts featuring a high level of detail and accurate Siamese connection between the 5th and 6th cylinders!
This is particularly useful for those looking to build the Canadian XX variant, but will work on other Merlin-powered variants as well with a few swipes of the hobby knife.
Available for Purchase HERE!
Designed to drop-fit into R2D’s superlative Packard Merlin (Also, available for purchase HERE), but will also work on other engines.
Adding to R2D’s ever-expanding line of diorama and airfield accessories is our latest planned release, the US M5 Bomb Cart. This was the ubiquitous bomb trailer that loaded B-17s Flying Fortresses and B-24 Liberators at their British airbases. Detail will be best-in-class, and will blow away the detail found in the injection molded version bundled with some kits. Will feature 500 lb bombs and fins along with optional ammunition crates and other accessories — perfect for your WWII airfield diorama!
The M5 release is planned in 1/48 along with 1/32 during the May-June time frame – please check back often for updates!