Scale 1:32

Fokker D.XXI

Designed by Anthony Fokker in 1935, the Fokker D.XXI first flew on March 27th, 1936. The system was originally intended to fill the ranks of the Netherlands East Indies Army Air Service but the arrival of World War 2 eventually pressed it into service with Finland, Denmark and Netherlands air force units against Germany. Operationally, the D.XXI proved...

Curtiss P-6E Hawk

Starting in 1925 with the P-1, Curtiss built a long series of fighters carrying the name "Hawk". Of the eight different P-6 models produced, the P-6E remains the best known. It was a first-line pursuit aircraft for the Army Air Corps in the early 1930s and the last of the fabric-covered biplanes used by the Air Corps. This aircraft was fitted with a...

Boeing Stearman PT-13D/N2S-2

The Model 75/PT-13 was a standard primary trainer flown by the United States and several allied nations during the late 1930s through World War II. In 1933 Lloyd Stearman designed the forerunner of the Model 75, the Model 70, for the civilian market. Three years later, the U.S. Army Air Corps adopted a militarized version, designated the Model...

Hawker Demon

On entering service in 1930, Sydney Camm’s Hawker Hart bomber proved so much quicker than the RAF’s existing fighters that the potential for a fighter version of the newcomer was self-evident and developed without delay. Following initial evaluation of two prototypes at RAF Martlesham Heath, a batch of six Hart Fighters was duly completed in 1931...

Bristol Bulldog Mk IIA

The Bristol Bulldog was a single seat biplane fighter of the inter-war period and one of the most famous aircraft used by the RAF during that time. The prototype Bristol Bulldog first flew on 17 May 1927, and the Bulldog Mk II entered service with the Royal Air Force with No. 3 Squadron in May 1929, replacing the Gloster Gamecock and Armstrong...