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Product Code: MPC874
SPECIAL PRICE £150.00
The Volkswagen Beetle “Herbie” is a pearl white deluxe racing 1963 Volkswagen Beetle with red, white and blue racing stripes and a number 53 on its livery. Along with his driver Jim, this race car is the hero in the 1968 comedy film The Love Bug, made by Walt Disney Productions. Herbie has a mind of his own and is capable of driving himself and causing all sorts of problems. But when they work together, Herbie and Jim are an unbeatable racing combination!
Brand: Hot Wheels Elite
Product Code: BCJ94
SPECIAL PRICE £99.95 (SAVING £80.00) ONLY 2 AVAILABLE!!
Product Code: BCJ98
Special Price £90.00 (SAVING £84.95)
NASA spent the 70s exploring the use of practical, reusable space transports. The Space Shuttle became the crowning achievement of this research. The first operational shuttle flight occurred in 1982 with Space Shuttle Columbia. After three memorable decades in space, the program's final flight occured in June, 2011.
- Contains markings for Atlantis, Discovery, Endeavor and Enterprise
- Opening Cargo Bay doors
- Cockpit and cargo bay interior
- Includes satellite payload
- Position-able landing gear
- Brand: Minicraft Models
Product Code: MIN11668
- SPECIAL PRICE £28.95 (Saving £21.00)
Lost in Space Derelict and Jupiter 2 1:350 Scale Model Kit:
Now you can build the villain ship Derelict, from the pilot episode of Lost in Space! Posable "fingers" allow you to build either as the closed version, or open to accept the Jupiter 2 (also included). This Lost in Space Derelict and Jupiter 2 1:350 Scale Model Kit requires paint and glue for final assembly.
Product Code: MMK965
Special Price Only £35.00 (HALF PRICE)
Product Enterprises 2005.
- Faithful reproduction of original Studio Miniature used in the show
- Features detailed interior and Alpha Eagle pilots
- Complete with clear acrylic display case and etched brass plaque featuring unique edition number
- Certificate of Authenticity No 0039 individually HAND SIGNED by the creator of Thunderbirds, Gerry Anderson
- Original model created by artists Ian Crichton and ManKing Ng
Eagle length: 23 inches
Box: 61cm x 29cm x 29cm"
1500 were made, with 200 being the medical eagle variant.
Please Note: Perspex Case Has Slight Scratching & a Glue Mark on the top!1
Still in it's Outer Box - Certificate Number 0039.
The Twin-Ion-Engine fighter of the Imperial troops is one of the most frequently used space fighters and was made in immense quantities. As with all TIE designs, the standardised cockpit is in the middle of the ship and is linked to the solarwings by outriggers. Thanks to the transparent cockpit surfaces, the TIE offers a better panoramic view than other fighters. The TIE is armed with fixed mountedtwin laser cannon.Model details
Release date 10/2011
No. of parts 34
Length 156 mm
Skill Level 2
Type description Twin-Ion-Engine fighter
BAGGED - NO BOX BUT COMPLETE
Multipart kit, true to the original, with laser-cut plywood for gluing. Includes yarn, wood glue, sandpaper, detailed assembly instruction, comprehensive guide, high quality drawing of Leonardo's hydraulic saw on canvas.
Model brand / code: Revell 00503
Model construction: Wood
Model scale: 1:15
Approximate dimensions: 21 x 15 x 13 cm
Age rating: 10+
REVELL 00503 (2010) SUN FADED BOX BUT CONTENTS MINT
From everyone's favorite boy adventurer! The Quest Jet! Or The Dragonfly, whichever you prefer. Bring back the '60's Saturday morning cartoon memories with this classic plane of your youth.
The Dragonfly is Dr. Quest's personal and probably supersonic jet. It contains a cargo bay capable of holding motor vehicles, a recreational area and media center, and a cockpit with four seats. In addition to regular landing gear, it contained skis for snowy terrain. Debuting in the classic series, it did not appear in season one, but was later resurrected by Lance Falk for the second season. Falk personally confirmed with Quest creator Doug Wildey the 'Dragonfly' name. Falk destroyed it in General Winter, where General Vostok's freeze bomb caused a rough landing and a fall over a cliff.
From everyone's favorite boy adventurer! The Quest Jet! Or The Dragonfly, whichever you prefer. Bring back the '60's Saturday morning cartoon memories with this classic plane of your youth. Nonscale, more details to follow.
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