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This list does not represent what I have in stock at ECH, only what has been released this week, and that I can order in. Some items I order as normal, other items are for "special order" only. If you are looking for something, and wonder if it is in stock or not, simply shoot me an e-mail and ask. If not in stock, I would happily order it in for you.

Monday, May 14, 2018



ADH Publishing - Model Airplane International Magazine Issue 154 May 2018
$12.25
New releases for fans of this very popular scale; Get the best from Airfix cut-price 1:72 Zero; Eduard upgrades further improve Tamiyas already stunning, 1:48 F-14A Tomcat; Convert the Airfix Hurricane into Bert Newmans famous Mk.IV, KZ191 in 1:48; The Bugatti that took fligh, Build the stunning P100 in 1:72; We take a look at Pensacolas beautifully preserved A-1 Skyraider; Get the best from Tamiya's excellent 1:48 Skyraider; The UK's warbird scene unveils its collection of A-1 Skyraiders; This month we take a look at the AFV Club F4U Corsair; New Kits, Accessories, Books; What will you be building in the months to come?



ADH Publishing - Tamiya Model International Magazine Issue 271 May 2018
$10.00
Kinetics 1:48 CF-188 in Canadian colours; Adding resin goodies to Italeris 1:48 Hawker Typhoon Mk.Ib; Work begins on Tamiya's new 1:20 F1 Ferrari SF70H; Tamiyas new 1:72 Ki-61 even has decals for its camouflage; We continue the construction of DeAgostinis 1:43
Millennium Falcon; TMMIs Editor examines Ebbro's new 1:20 Brabham BT18 Honda; TMMI visits the Tamiya Plamodel Factory-Shimbashi; New parts have been added to Tamiyas Wespe SPH kit; TMMI meets Red Bull Racing's Adrian Newey OBE; TMMIs Editor examines the new-tool M3 Stuart Light Tank late production; New kit and model product news; New and recently issued modelling accessories; New and recently released full model kits; New and recent books related to scale modelling; Where to buy the
products used and reviewed in TMMI; The Editors Page - A new Star Wars paint range....



ADH Publishing - Military Illustrated Modeller Magazine Issue 85 May 2018
$14.75
Three Sea Furies Part One - Airfix 1:48 Sea Fury by Brett Green; Eduard 1:48 Delfin; Three Sea Furies Part Two - Hobbycraft 1:48 Sea Fury by Brett Green; Three Sea Furies Part Three - Trumpeter 1:48 Sea Fury by Brett Green; Eduard 1:48 scale Focke-Wulf Fw 190A Early
Versions Royal Class by James Hatch; Special Hobby 1:32 Hawker Tempest Mk.V by Chris Wauchop; Kitty Hawk Models 1:48 SH-2G Super Seasprite by Kamil Feliks Sztarbala; Whats happening in modelling and aviation; Whats coming up in the next issues of
Military Illustrated Modeller; TailPiece - New stencil and placard releases from Barracuda Studios.



ADH Publishing - Model Military International Magazine Issue 145 May 2018
$12.25
M1150 Assault Breacher Vehicle (ABV), Zvezda 1:35 Ferdinand; Rye Field Model 1:35 M1 Assault Breacher Vehicle by Andrew Judson; Bronco 1:35 A9 British Cruiser Tank; Dragon 1:35 M4 105mm by Gary Edmundson; Profimodeller 1:35 Maus Rail Car; Meng Models
1:35 D9R Doobi Civil Conversion by Michael Franz; Tamiya 1:35 German Sd.Kfz. 124 Wespe Italian Front by Brett Green; M1919 Browning Machine Gun; Dragon 1:35 IJN Special Type 4 Ka-Tsu; Whats new in the world of military modelling; The latest military and modelling itles in print; News and opinion in the world of :48 by Luke Pitt; The Last Post - AS90 Turret Trainer.



Special Hobby 1/32 WWII Hawker Tempest Mk VI Fighter
$114.75
The kit’s plastic parts come on eight runners of grey styrene and one with clear parts. All the major parts‘ surface is adorned with very fine rivet lines. Throughout the build, the modeller is quided via an A4 size full-colour instruction booklet. The colour schemes and decal sheets cater for four various Tempest Mk.VI machines, the first of which, ie Camo A option features an overall silver doped machine bearing the name Poppet, Camo B option brings a RAF day fighter scheme coloured machine with red and white fuselage code letters. One of the very few bare metal Tempests is portrayed in Camo C option and wears V fuselage code. The final option is a machine with RAF desert scheme. The decal sheets bring also a full set of airframe stencils including those for the interior and fuel tanks.



Special Hobby 1/48 Lloyd CV Serie 82 BiPlane Fighter
$65.50
Two frames with styrene parts are accompanied by 3D-designed resin parts and photo etches. The decal sheet offers markings for three Austro Hungarian machines. Two of these planes flew over the Eastern front, the third was seen over Albanian fron in the Balkans and our kit show this machine in two styles. What might be of interest of domestic modellers, it was usually flown by K.Janhuber, a pilot of Czechoslovak origin who would later become a very famous flight instructor.



Special Hobby 1/48 Blackburn Skua Mk II Fighter Norwegian Campaign
$74.25
The model is back in production after a couple of years. It comes via four grey styrene runners and a clear one which are accompanied by a PE fret and detail resin parts. The decal sheet brings markings for three FAA airframes.



Special Hobby 1/48 L39ZA Albatros Attacker/Fighter
$80.25
Kit no.SH48171 comes on three styrene sprues and contains also one clear sprue with the canopy which is split up into several sections and allows the modeller to display the canopy in open position. Resin parts and a set of photo-etches is also in the kit. The decal sheet has markings for one Thai L-39ZA/ART machine, a Czech L-39ZA in two various schemes and an Algerian L-39 which is depicted in three various schemes (the machine was overhauled at Aero following a hard landing). The final option brough via the decal sheet and camo schemes is a Czech machine as test-flown by Israeli pilots and wearing IAF markings.



Special Hobby 1/72 Messerschmitt Me209V1 Fighter
$34.75
Our model of the Me209V1 comes on two frames of grey styrene and one frame with clear injected parts. Smaller components have been 3D designed and are produced using a metal moulding block. The decal sheet brings markings for both known appearances of the record breaking Me 209V-1. At first, the machine flew in natural metal finish and the decals offer set of stencils painted on the plane, later during the record attempt the machine wear the blue finish and the decal sheet has the registration letters and other markings as well.



Special Hobby 1/72 Dornier Do27 German, Spanish & Belgian Service Aircraft
$40.75
This nicely detailed model originates in steel moulding tools and comes on four sprues of grey styrene and one sprue of clear parts which can be attached also in open position – meaning both the front cockpit door and the large fuselage window on either side of the fuselage to nicely show the busy interior of the model.
The decal sheet offers markings for three machines. The German option portrays a machine in standard camouflage with high visibility orange wing tips, rudder and cowling panels and what makes her even more interesting, with black and white stripped propeller. The two other options is a Belgian plane olive overall and a Spanish one in aluminium over pale blue as it was operated in the Spanish Sahara.



Special Hobby 1/72 Blohm & Voss BV155V1 Karawanken Aircraft
$37.00
The model of this unique high altitude fighter prototype was already produced by our team and is no longer available. The model that we are going to offer you now is a completely new one, and some of its components are produced using metal moulds. The kit comes on three grey styrene sprues, one sprue sith clear parts and also contains two nicely detailed resin items. The decal sheet was expertly printed by Italian Cartograf.



Special Hobby 1/72 CASA C212-100 Portuguese Tail Arts Transport Aircraft
$74.25
The CASA C-212 model comes on as many as five grey styrene sprues and one clear plastic sprue. Limited edition reboxing #SH72376 CASA C-212-100 ‘Tail Art’ offers two highly attractive Portuguese military machines both of which are adorned with extremely elaborated paintings on their tails.
The decal sheets (two of them in the box) have been printed by Italian Cartograf. The styrene parts are identical with our #SH72344 model kit.



Special Hobby 1/72 Mirage F1EQ/ED Fighter
$43.25
Finely detailed 1/72 Mirage EQ/ED model comprises as many as seven sprues of grey styrene, one sprue with clear parts and resin parts for the Exocet missile and its centreline pylon. The decal sheet offers markings for two machines of the Iraqi AF, each bearing a different style of camouflage scheme plus one Iranian and one Libyan machine.

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Re: New Product From Suppliers - Available to Order May 14 to May 18
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Tuesday, May 15, 2018



Roden 1/32 L19/O1 Bird Dog Asian Service Aircraft
$68.00
In the late 1940s the Commander of the U.S. Air Force announced a competition for an aircraft to conduct air correction of artillery fire, which would also be used as a communications airplane. The need to develop a new plane was connected to the fact that the previous aircraft types in this category dated back to World War II and had an archaic design, including the use of such materials as wood and canvas, with which the flying surfaces were covered. The new aircraft was required to be all-metal. Of the proposals tendered, the winner was the Cessna company, which according to the specifications required for the new type significantly modified their earlier Model 170. Primarily the changes concerned the fuselage, improving the view towards both the upper and the rear hemisphere. The plane could transport a pilot and one passenger, or one wounded on a stretcher; for this purpose the cabin doors were enlarged and special mounting brackets were fitted. Series production of the new type, officially named the L-19/O-1 Bird Dog, began at the end of 1950, and soon the initial order of 418 units was increased to 3,600 planes, in light of its great potential. The O-1 was delivered not only to army aircraft and training departments, but also to units of the U.S. Marine Corps, where it was named the OE-1. In training units they were used purely for instrument training of pilots in flight conditions, and this variant was called the TL-19D. The first experience of the O-1 in combat conditions during the Korean War proved that the plane could be used also as an operational trainer, using light munitions. Their main task was the marking of targets for other, more powerful strike planes using unguided rockets. Such machines, which were modified according to the new requirements, were designated TO-1A and TO-1E. The Vietnam War, which escalated in the following decade with even greater forces engaged, once again proved the need for an aircraft of this class. The O-1 was used with great success for reconnaissance, as an artillery spotter, convoy escort, communications plane and also for light strike. During this period they received new designations as O-1F and O-1G. Despite the emergence of more modern aircraft which performed the same military functions, such as the O-2 Skymaster and OV-10 Bronco, the O-1 remained in front line service because of its unique characteristics, especially the ability to take off and land on smaller and unprepared airfields. Its military career officially ended only in 1974, when a formal decision was adopted to exclude the O-1 from combat operations.A small number of O-1s was transferred to the Air Force of Asia - these aircraft were used by the Self-Defense Forces of Japan, the Air Force of Thailand. Cambodia, Indonesia, Taiwan, Phillipine and South Vietnam. After that time a small number of O-1s were used in civil air patrol service, while others were sent for scrap or resold to private owners. The total number of O-1s produced reached nearly 3,500 units.
Markings Include:
    Japanese Self Defence Air Force, JG-1043, unknown base, 1950th
    Royal Thai Navy, s/n 22860(51-16973), №1302, 103 Sqn, RTNB U-Tapao, ca. 1982
    South Vietnamese Air Force, April 1975, Flown by MAJ Boung



Roden 1/35 Holt 75 Artillery Tractor
$68.00
With the onset of large-scale hostilities in early 1915, the leadership of the British Army understood very well that the transportation of heavy weapons such as heavy artillery, by horses wearing harnesses, was no longer an efficient method, especially in the off-road conditions of autumn and winter. In view of this, it was decided to limit horse drawn transportation only for light artillery, and to procure tractors, already in use for agricultural purposes before the start of the war, for the movement of heavy weapons.
Soon after the turn of the century, American inventor Benjamin Holt built an agricultural machine with a gasoline internal combustion engine and a chassis running on crawler tracks, which proved to be very successful in design, and was copied not only in the United States, but also in England and France, as well as in some other countries. The vehicle was classified as a "tractor" and was named the Holt 75. Even before the start of the First World, these machines were already being used extensively in agriculture, however, not as yet for any military purposes.
After successful tests in quarry sites, where in contrast to the horses the Holt 75 easily towed not only the 6-inch but also the super-heavy 9-inch guns, it was decided to acquire them for the needs of the Royal Artillery Corps immediately. Of course, the speed of the tractor was very low - it could tow a gun at only 2 miles per hour, but even this performance figure outweighed the significant losses of military animals due to their exhaustion in delivery of the guns, especially in off-road conditions.
Simultaneously with the UK, France also became interested in the military use of tractors, suffering likewise from the near-impossibility of pulling heavy weapons solely with horses. In late 1916, about 800 tractors were ordered for the transportation of heavy guns.
After the United States' entry into the First World War in 1918, the American Expeditionary Force in Europe also used tractors of this type extensively. In total these machines as used by the allies, amounted to almost 2,000 units by the end of the war, of which 445 were built under license in the UK. Their work was not glamorous, in contrast to the tanks for instance, used for the first time during the war; but their role as a new component in the military machine, namely, the artillery tractor, was also very important, and in the following years this type of military equipment became ubiquitous, widespread even today.
Markings Include:
    Holt 75, unknown artillery unit, U.S. Expeditionary Forces in Europe, 1918
    Holt 75, unknown artillery unit, U.S. Expeditionary Forces in Europe, 1917



Meng 1/35 Sd.Kfz.171 Panther Early Tracks & Movable Running Gear Parts (MNG kit)
$39.50



Meng 1/35 Sd.Kfz.171 Panther Ausf.D Zimmerit Decal
$15.00



Meng 1/35 Sd.Kfz.171 Panther Ausf.D Turret (Travel Mode)
$70.50



Meng - World War Toons - Panther German Medium Tank
$21.00



Meng 1/35 Sd.Kfz.171 Panther Ausf.D German Medium Tank
$64.25


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Re: New Product From Suppliers - Available to Order May 14 to May 18
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Wednesday, May 16, 2018



AMT 1/25 1970 Chevy Corvette LT1/ZR1 Coupe
$39.50
AMT reintroduces the ’70 Vette Coupe, one of the most recognizable designs in automotive history. The 1/25 scale kit is manufactured from modern engineered tooling and features breathtaking authenticity and detail throughout. Very noteworthy is the all new Retro Deluxe packaging with all-new illustrations from GM design veteran, Steve Pasteiner. A fantastic first from AMT!
KIT FEATURES:
• Molded in OEM Chevrolet “Ontario Orange”
• Produced from modern tooling
• Super detail and authenticity throughout
• Opening hood
• Pre-lettered tires
• Retro Deluxe™ AMT packaging with Steve Pasteiner illustrations



Bandai 1/1000 Star Blazers 2202 Series: Apollo Norm Yamato Space Battleship
$96.50



Bandai - HG Pacific Rim Series: Gipsy Avenger
$30.50



FCM Decals 1/32 MiG-3
$23.50



FCM Decals 1/48 Luftwaffe Numbers for Fighters
$23.50



FCM Decals 1/48 A-20B A-20C A-20K Havoc
$21.00



FCM Decals 1/72 A-20B A-20C A-20K Havoc
$21.00



FCM Decals 1/72 Northrop F-5B F-5E F-5F Tiger II
$21.00

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Re: New Product From Suppliers - Available to Order May 14 to May 18
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Thursday, May 17, 2018



Airfix 1/72 Fokker E III Eindecker German Fighter
$12.50
Scheme: E.III 105/15 Ernst Udet KeK Habsheim March 1916
The E.III variant of this historically important fighter aircraft began to arrive on the Western Front at the end of 1915 and proved to be the definitive version of the aircraft. Produced in larger numbers than any other Eindecker, the arrival of large numbers of E.IIIs allowed the Luftstreitkrafte to deploy specialist fighter ‘hunting’ squadrons for the first time.



Airfix 1/72 Folland Gnat T1 Jet Trainer Aircraft
$17.50
Scheme 1: RAF 4 FTS XS100/57 (1970)
Scheme 2: Oscar EW-5894 Fallus – USS Essess 1991
The diminutive Folland Gnat was originally developed as a light and affordable jet fighter, but went on to be used extensively by the Royal Air Force as an advanced fast jet training aircraft. Entering RAF service in 1959, the Gnat was responsible for training many hundreds of future fast jet pilots during its 20 year service career.



Airfix 1/72 BAe Sea Harrier FA2 Fighter
$33.50
Scheme 1: ZD608/128 800NAS HMS Invincible Operation Deliberate Force July 1995
Scheme 2: ZH809 899 Squadron 2004– Admirals Barge
Providing the Royal Navy with a capable fleet defence fighter, the Sea Harrier FA2 was a much upgraded version of the aircraft which had performed so effectively during the air battles of the Falklands War. It was prematurely withdrawn from service after just 13 years, leaving the Royal Navy without a fixed wing fighter.



Bandai 1/144 HG Universal Century Series: RX79(G) Gundam Ground Type Gundam 08th MS Team
$27.75



Riich Models 1/35 3.7cm PaK36 Anti-Tank Gun (2)
$43.25



Riich Models 1/35 Selbsfahrlatte 731(e) Bren Carrier w/2.8cm sPzB41 Gun
$74.25



Legend Productions 1/35 M240 Swing Arm Variant #3
$22.25
M240 Swing Arm Var.3 set (1/35 Scale)
- 1/35 Scale
- Including 2ea
- 3D Designed/Sculpted
- 30 Resin Parts



Legend Productions 1/35 TT Utility Pouch with IR Chemical Light Stick Set
$12.50
TT Utility Pouch with IR Chemical Light Stick (1/35 Scale)
- 1/35 Scale
- Including 10pcs
- 3D Designed/Sculpted
- 10 Resin Parts



Legend Productions 1/35 EMDOM H2O Hydration Carrier Set
$15.00
EMDOM H2O Hydration Carrier (1/35 Scale)
- 1/35 Scale
- Including 6pcs
- 3D Designed/Sculpted
- 6 Resin Parts



Legend Productions 1/35 Pantac Assault Pack Set
$15.00
Pantac Assault Pack set (1/35 Scale)
- 1/35 Scale
- Including 6pcs
- 3D Designed/Sculpted
- 6 Resin Parts



Legend Productions 1/35 Eagle Yote Pack Set
$15.00
Eagle Yote Pack set (1/35 Scale)
- 1/35 Scale
- Including 6pcs
- 3D Designed/Sculpted
- 6 Resin Parts



Legend Productions 1/35 Mk.19 on Pedestal Mount for Humvee and Gun Trucks
$22.25
Mk.19 on Pedestal Mount for HMMWV and Gun trucks (1/35 Scale)
- 1/35 Scale
- 3D Designed/Sculpted
- Optional Short/Long Arm
- 34 Resin Parts



Legend Productions 1/35 Mk.19 Automatic Grenade Launcher on SAG Shield Mount
$22.25
Mk.19 on SAG Shield mount (1/35 Scale)
- 1/35 Scale
- 3D Designed/Sculpted
- 32 Resin Parts



Legend Productions 1/35 US Navy SEAL #4 Figure (Throwing M18 Smoke Grenade)
$22.25
US NAVY SEAL #4 (1/35 Scale)
- 1/35 Scale figure
- throw of M18 Smoke Grenade / SCAR Mk20 Sniper
- 3D Designed/Sculpted
- 40 Resin Parts



Legend Productions 1/16 HSGI Universal Modular Magazine Pouch Set
$16.25
HSGI Universal Modular Magazine Pouch set (1/16 Scale)
- 1/16 Scale
- Including 6pcs
- 3D Designed/Sculpted
- 6 Resin Parts



Legend Productions 1/16 Ops-Core FAST Ballistic Maritime Helmet with GPNVG-18
$17.50
Ops-Core FAST Ballistic Maritime Helmet w/GPNVG-18 set (1/16 Scale)
- 1/16 Scale
- Including 3ea
- 3D Designed/Sculpted
- 15 Resin Parts


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Friday, May 18, 2018



AMT 1/25 Construction Bulldozer
$56.50
The Construction Bulldozer is a dream for detail-oriented modelers. Featuring over 80 parts just in the tracks, the kit includes more than 300 authentically scaled parts overall. It’s molded in two colors and features a colorful decal sheet with optional construction company logos. The beautifully illustrated vintage packaging has been revived for this exciting reissue as well. One of the most unique model kits ever created!
KIT FEATURES:
• 1/25 scale, skill 3, paint and cement required
• molded in yellow and silver-gray with chrome accessories
• over 300 super-detail parts
• first time available in original illustrated packaging since its first release in the early 1970s
• optional construction company decals
• very unique subject



AMT 1/25 1966 Mercury Hardtop Car
$39.50
The Kats from AMT are excited to reintroduce the ’66 Mercury! This parts packed 3-in-1 builder’s dream can be assembled in stock, super-street or drag configurations. For this special Retro Deluxe reissue, the sought after “Super Street Rod” packaging from nearly 50 years ago has been revived. Vintage decal graphics have been recreated and expanded. Pad-printed whitewall stripe tires are included as well for the ultimate in value and fun in model building!
KIT FEATURES:
• 3-in-1: build stock, super street or drag
• Opening hood and many optional parts
• 427 “Super Marauder” V-8 engine
• Both whitewalled tires & pre-lettered drag slicks
• Original decal graphics with expanded options
• Retro Deluxe vintage packaging



ParaGraphix 1/350 Star Trek Beyond: USS Franklin NX326 Photo-Etch Set for MOE
$54.50
Super-detail the new U.S.S. Franklin kit from Moebius Models. This 0.010” photoetched brass set includes:
Detailed, lightable* bridge interior, including the option of incorporating the edge-lit steps leading down to the helm/navigation station. All visible bridge stations and chairs. (Duplicates included in event of loss or damage.) Lightable thrusters in two different styles. Primary hull window drilling templates to correct the oval kit windows. (If the builder wishes, he/she can simply install the templates as they incorporate etched-in panel lines. Registry name and numbers in the correct typeface and proper depth. (Includes the alternate “U.S.S. Frank Lin” name which is used in the bridge commission plaque.) Alternate engraved registries and numbers for other ships of this class. Display stand lettering for U.S.S. Franklin in the registry typeface. Three Star Fleet division insignia in the “Kelvin timeline” style.
FOR KIT: Moebius Models 975



Bobcat Models 1/48 Yak-28PP Brewer-E ECM Aircraft
$92.25