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Aeronca-C3

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The Aeronca C-3s, nicknamed the "Flying bathtub", were manufactured from 1931 to 1937. With room for two adults the C-3 proved itself as being a low cost reliable airplane. This Aeronca C-3 was originally owned and flown by the Hughes Flying Service.
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Air-Truk

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Anyone who saw Beyond Thunderdome, the third Mad Max movie, will recognize the Airtruk. This Australian produced aircraft was a multi-role aircraft for cargo, passenger, air ambulance, and aerial survey tasks. Over 100 were built, but only a few remain on the active register.
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Airstream

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The classic Airstream of the thirties is not just a museum piece. Still in use today, it is as sturdy and modern in appearance as the first day it swung into traffic. As a result, an Airstream is always "in style'. Our little Airstream goes in back of our little Pedal Car model.
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Ames-Dryden-AD1

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This Ames-Dryden AD-1 scissor wing research airplane had a wing that could be pivoted fore and aft to form oblique angles up to 60 degrees.
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Anne Hathaway's Cottage

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Anne Hathaway's Cottage is located in Shottery, just west of Stratford-upon-Avon. The 'cottage' is, in fact, a large house of 12 rooms and is the home of Shakespeare's wife before her marriage.
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Autogyro-W2

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The Cierva C.2 was an experimental autogyro built by Juan de la Cierva in Spain in 1921-22. Following the failure of the C.1 the previous year, la Cierva started again from scratch, this time taking the fuselage from a Hanriot biplane and adding a five-bladed single rotor to it.
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Avro F

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Two circular windows at the pilot's head level could be opened for the pilot's head to protrude when flying under poor visibility. Ingress and egress was via a trapdoor in the fuselage top. The cabin was quite cramped - at its widest point only 2 feet (60 cm) across.
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Barn-Livestock

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The livestock barn is still seen on most farms. Upstairs, the loft was used for winter hay storage and with access doors at each end, went far to keep the downstairs cool in the summer. The cupola up on the roof always kept the air fresh and circulating. As you travel along the highways in the east, look hard and you'll still see old and peeling 'Mail Pouch' advertisements on some lucky barns. This one has an off-shoot for the small heard of milking cows. The main area is for equipment.
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Bell-UH-1 Huey

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The most fearsome and deadly helicopter of the Vietnam war. Folder has at least 7 versions including a couple Angel-of-Mercy Medevac types and an Army Trainer. Also a page of model weapons.
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Bell-XFL-Airabonita

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The Bell XFL Airabonita was a US experimental shipboard interceptor developed for the US Navy in 1939. It was similar to and a parallel development of the land-based P-39 Airacobra, differing mainly in the use of a tailwheel undercarriage in place of the P-39's tricycle gear. Only one prototype was manufactured having lost out to the Vought Corsair.
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Bleriot-XI

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The Bleriot XI also had some ground-breaking technologies such as castering landing gear, allowing for crosswind landings. Wing warping (instead of ailerons) controlled the plane's roll. The tail section of the Bleriot XI included a horizontal stabilizer with an elevator, and a rudder, but no vertical stabilizer.
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Boring Factory

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This ugly thing was designed to 'grunge down' your industrial layout so it looks like a real thing. Multiple models can be set against each other to make a pretty little row of ugly Boring Factories.
$6.95

Bowers Fly Baby

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Over 500 Fly Babies have been completed to date, with scores still flying worldwide and an active network of builders and owners. It is built from plans, and was designed to be able to be constructed in a garage using only basic tools by a person of average skill. This is another model by our Belgium designing pal, Guido Van Roy. His Fly Baby is easy to build just like the real one. Adorable. Comes in SEVEN different versions and now includes the Biplane type.
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Brewster Buffalo

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In 1935 U.S. Navy laid down specifications for a replacement for the Grumman F3F biplane equipping its four carriers. Brewster Aeronautical Corporation developed a design for a modern monoplane fighter with an enclosed cabin and retractable landing gear
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Cape Neddick, ME

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The Cape Neddick (Nubble) lighthouse and grounds are among the most appealing and photographed in the world with an estimated 250,00 visitors annually. Historically, this lighthouse has been important in keeping vessels away from the rocky stretch of coast between Portsmouth, New Hampshire, to the south and Portland, Maine, to the north.
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Captain's House

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The sea mist rolls in across the town in the early morning hours like a soft gentle tsunami in slow motion. The residents are beginning to stir and awake to begin a new day. At the end of the road closest to the dock sits the old Captains House. In the middle of the roof and accessible from the attic, is the 'Widows' Walk where the captain's wife keeps a vigil for her returning husband. This little gem lives on Nantucket, MA, overlooking the beautiful harbor.
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Cessna 172

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Six world-wide versions in all. The Cessna 172 is the most successful mass produced light aircraft in history.
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Chanute-Glider

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Along with the standard glider flown by Otto Lilienthal of Germany, the Chanute glider, designed by Chanute but also incorporating the ideas of his young employee Herring with regard to automatic stability, was the most influential of all flying machines built before the Wright brothers began designing aircraft.
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Colditz Escape Glider

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The glider was assembled by Goldfinch and Best and 12 assistants known as "apostles", in the lower attic above the chapel. The runway was to be constructed from tables and the glider was to be launched using a pulley system based on a falling metal bathtub full of concrete, using a gravity-assisted acceleration to 30 mph (50 km/h).
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Connected Farm

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You really don't want to have to tend to the farm on a cold, snowy winters day but look! the innovative New England farmer has figured it out.. The Connected Farm. In the typical arrangement, house and barn are joined through a series of support structures to form a continuous building complex. The entire connected farm buildings comes with a downloadable layout layout. Comes in Z, N, and HO scales as are all FG models. FREE.
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Convair Sea Dart

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The Convair F2Y Sea Dart was a unique American seaplane fighter aircraft that rode on twin hydro-skis for takeoff. It only flew as a prototype, and never entered production, but it is still the only seaplane to exceed the speed of sound.
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Covered Bridge

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Every school project or model railroad layout needs a river and THAT river is best crossed by this lovely little Covered Bridge. Inspired by the one on display (and in use!) at the Old Sturbridge Village Museum in Sturbridge Ma. Easy to build and with interior details as well.
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DaVinci-Airscrew

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Though the first actual helicopter wasn’t built until the 1940s, it is believed that Leo's sketches from the late fifteenth century were the predecessor to the modern day flying machine. As with many DaVinci’s ideas, he never actually built and tested it – but his notes and drawings mapped out exactly how the device would operate.. Perfect 'A' magnet school project !!
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Deperdussin-Racer

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Designed as a racing aircraft, the Deperdussin Monocoque was a slim, single-seated plane with a sleek aerodynamic build that was the first of a large range of similar designs that would come in later years. The design is noted for winning the Gordon Bennett Trophy in 1912.
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Doc Drummond

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Doc Drummond was a friend of the Lone Ranger and Tonto. He had an office in town where he stitched up a few holes in his pals (when he was sober)
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Douglas Skyray

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The American Douglas F4D Skyray (later redesignated F-6 Skyray) was a carrier-based fighter built by the Douglas Aircraft Company. It was notable for being the first carrier-launched aircraft to hold the world's absolute speed record. Flies like a trooper catapulted by an elastic band.
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Emerson House

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Essayist, philosopher, and poet Ralph Waldo Emerson lived here from 1835 until his death in 1882. Emerson was a strong influence in drawing other writers to Concord MA as well as a long succession of visitors to his doorstep. This quite accurate model is an important part of the New England Collection and comes in three scales along with appropriate layouts.
$6.49

F-84 Thunderstreak

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This one sported the new fangled coke bottle waist that allowed it to (fairly) easily fly past MACH 1. This model can be used as a hitch hiker under the B-36 FG model.
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FG Hot Air Balloon

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A hot air ballon from Fiddlers Green. These instructions show you how to make one from household items, trash bags, etc. Enjoy!
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Flower Shop

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This was drawn by a helper in 1987 named Bill who had a special knack of doing fantastic house models. He couldn't leave his government job, however, to work for artist's wages and what a loss it was for Fiddlers Green and the art world.
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Flying Flea

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Mignet had failed to be accepted as a military pilot and decided to build his own plane. Between 1931 and 1933 he built prototypes in Paris and tested them in a large field northeast of the city. He successfully flew the first successful model, HM-14, in September 10, 1933.
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Flying Jeep

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One of the many experiments undertaken in World War II to increase battlefield mobility by the provision of rotary wings for men and vehicles, the Hafner Rotabuggy was intended as a stepping-stone to a flying Valentine tank.
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Flying-Barrel

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A lasting tribute to Luigi Stipa and his quest for aeronautical knowledge. Designed by Aaron Murphy, cartooned by Derek Carter, and bashed into the dreaded FG format by Dave and Chip, this simple little model came in as one of the more expensive models to design and publish on the internet.
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Flying-Humvee

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The US Military has come up with more than 50,000,000 exploratory bucks for this Humvee Transformer (TX) program calling for a ‘robust ground vehicle’ that can quickly transform into a vertical-takeoff-and-landing (VTOL. It'll have a 1,000 pound payload and a flying range of 300 miles. Yeah right !! When pigs fly.. The FG Flying Humvee is easy to build and with moving parts like a proper transformer. Large and regular versions PLUS the BumbleVee fun version- Sorry, no BW version for this model due to budget cutback.
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Fokker DVII

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Biplane Fokker DVII was the Allies worst nightmare and the last thing you wanted to bump into in the skies over France. As part of the WWI armistice the Allies forced the Germans to break the backs of all the remaining DVIIs rendering them totally useless. Businessman and Modeln' Pal, Tony Fokker, managed to smuggle, in the dark of night, an ENTIRE train-load of DVIIs and parts back to Holland to fill the orders he had for other countries.One model (shown in thumbnail), two scales plus BW.
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Gee Bee R1 Racer

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The Gee Bee Model R Super Sportster (also known as the GB Sportster), sometimes nicknamed The Flying Silo due to the short, fat fuselage resembling that type of farm storage building, was a special purpose racing aircraft made by Granville Brothers Aircraft of Springfield, Massachusetts.
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Gold Mine

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This is an enclosed mine shaft headstock typical of the ones you would find in the cold northern climate.
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Gossamer-Albatross

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The Gossamer Albatross aircraft was designed to fly long distances with a human as the only power source. On June 12, 1979, the Albatross, powered and guided by pilot Bryan Allen, made an historic flight across the English Channel. The flight covered a distance of 22.25 statute miles in 2 hours and 49 minutes. Two sizes included in the folder with the large having a span of 36" !! We've included the parts and suggestions on how to build this model using clear Saran Wrap..
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Grays Harbor, WA

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This 107-foot-tall octagonal masonry tower was established in 1898 as a harbor light for the busy fishing town of Westport and a coastal light to assist ships along a dark stretch of shore between Willapa Bay and Destruction Island right to the north. This lighthouse is quite low in elevation and there is some concern about rising oceans in the not-so-far future
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Grumman Panther

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The Grumman F9F Panther was the manufacturer's first jet fighter and the U.S. Navy's second. The Panther was the most widely used U.S. Navy jet fighter of the Korean War. It flew 78,000 sorties and was responsible for the first air kill by the US Navy in the war—the downing of a North Korean Yakovlev Yak-9 fighter.
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Hansa-Brandenburg W29

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The Hansa-Brandenburg W.29 was a German monoplane fighter floatplane which served in the closing months of World War I, from bases on the German North Sea coast. It was based on the Hansa-Brandenburg W.12 biplane that it was designed to replace.
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Henry-David-Thoreau-Cabin-on-Walden-Pond

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A fully furnished model of the Henry Thoreau Cabin at Walden Pond, Ma. The model includes the woodshed and even has a layout with a little slice of Walden Pond. Plus lots of information about the construction of Thoreau's cabin.
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Horten IX glider

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The first Ho IX V1, which was an unpowered glider that first flew on 1 March 1944. It was followed in December 1944 by the Jumo 004-powered version 2. Göring believed in the design and ordered a production series of 40 aircraft at Gotha with the RLM designation Ho 229. (see above) The war's end altered his plan somewhat.
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Intercity

Intercity, is one of our few cardmodel trains. Another easy model for the kids!
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Kingfisher

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Of the several observation and scouting airplanes available to the Navy when the US entered World War II, the VS-310 Kingfisher was to prove the most useful and the most used predominately as "eyes" for the big guns of the battleships and cruisers and for rescue work.
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Lilienthal Hang Glider

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The invention of a safer small engine that worked on a system of tubular boilers allowed Lillienthal to finance his aviation experiments. He became known as the German Glider King. This is one of his gliders.
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Lippisch-DM1

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The Lippisch DM-1 was an unpowered glider designed to test the low speed handling of the to be developed Lippisch P.13a. The glider itself was externally similar to the P.13a, with a large delta wing and half delta vertical stabilizer, which housed the cockpit.
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London Bus

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Models don't get any easier than this little toy. Great for young newby modellers to use as a starter to a wonderful hobby. Also helpful in showing them what to get out of the way of.
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Mark Twain Study

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In 1952 the Mark Twain Study was moved from Quarry Farm to the Elmira College campus. The Study is staffed by trained student guides daily throughout the summer and by appointment in the off-season.
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Messerschmitt Me-109

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The Bf 109 was the most successful fighter of World War II, shooting down more aircraft than any of its contemporaries. Originally conceived as an interceptor, it was later developed to fulfill multiple tasks, serving as bomber escort, fighter bomber, day, night, all-weather fighter, bomber destroyer, ground-attack aircraft, and as reconnaissance aircraft. 1/12-19
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Mig-15

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The Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15 was a jet fighter developed for the USSR. The MiG-15 was one of the first successful swept-wing jet fighters, and it achieved fame in the skies over Korea, where early in the war, it outclassed all enemy fighters
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Mig-21

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The Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21 is a supersonic jet fighter aircraft, designed and built by the Mikoyan-Gurevich Design Bureau in the Soviet Union. It was popularly nicknamed "balalaika", from the aircraft's planform-view resemblance to the famous Russian stringed musical instrument. Over 10,000 built !! BUT this offer is for ONE model in two scales plus ordnance and a cartooned Russian Soldier. The entire Collection of over 10 Mig-21s is available as well.
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MiG-3 fighter

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This is a model of the under-appreciated early WWII Russian MiG-3.The Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-3 was a Soviet fighter aircraft used during World War II. It replaced the MiG-1 on the production line on 20 December 1940 and was built in large numbers during 1941 before the one factory that manufactured it was converted to produce the Ilyushin Il-2 later that year.
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Miner's Cabin

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Nestled on the hill overlooking Coloma California, is James Marshall's cabin shown above.
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Model-T-Van

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The Ford Model T (colloquially known as the Tin Lizzie and also the Flivver) was an automobile produced by Ford Motor Company from 1908 through 1927. The Model T set 1908 as the historic year that the automobile came into popular usage. The Ford Model T was named the world's most influential car of the twentieth century. Print your company name of the sides and use it for promotions
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Morane-Saulnier Bullet

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The Morane-Saulnier N was a French monoplane fighter aircraft of the First World War. One of the last of the wing warpers, the Type N entered service in April 1915. This is one of our easier and most fun WWI models
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Motif #1 Fishing Shack

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Battered and broken by the great winter storm of 1978, Motif No.1 collapsed, and in an eye blink, was swept out of Rockport harbor. Within the year, a duplicate had been built and repainted to look as good as new. The merited debate over rebuilding the motif has subsided through the 20 some years.
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Nieuport 28

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The Nieuport 28 is unique in aviation history having received considerable fame for being a glorious fighting machine when in truth, it was rejected as a frontline fighter by the French Airservice. Because of ready availability it was rushed into production even without customers and was supplied to the American Expeditionary Air Force early in 1918. 2/7-12
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Opel BlitzTruck

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Scaled to 1:60 for use with the Messerschmitt Me-321 Gigant glider and Me-323 motorized Gigant. This model has been re-designed from the original Dell Collection and is 135% larger in scale as well as somewhat easier to build. BW version and two sizes included.
$4.95

Oyster Shack

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This delightful little bayside Oyster Shack actually lives at Mystic Open Air Seaport , Mystic Ct. It comes in three scales and with a pier-type layout for each scale. Great for school projects or model raillroaders
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Paddy-Wagon-Medieval

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Because the is no crime what-so-ever, this is a totally un-necessary vehicle for our 100% safe Medieval Story Book Village. Hmmmm...perhaps there is no crime because of this dreaded omnipresent paddy wagon. Two sizes includes horse and driver and a set of flags you'll find interesting (Feb 2011)
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Panzer Tank

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The Panzer III was a tank developed in the 1930s by Germany and used extensively in World War II but It soon became obsolete in this role and for most purposes was replaced by up-gunned Panzer IVs, though some would continue to be used for infantry support until late in the war. This tank model is included FREE with the Me-321 Gigant Transport Glider.
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Pedal-Car

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A Fuel Saver !! We saw this wonderful toy at the Sherborne Museum in Vermont, snapped a couple photos from which our Bulgarian MP, Emil, whipped up a three view drawing. Also, the first cardmodel. Derek, our cartoonist, has sketched out a few future designs that you can chuckle over on the webpage. This little model is nuthin' but fun !!
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Piasecki-PV2

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The PV-2 first flew on April 11, 1943. Developed as a technology demonstrator, the PV-2 brought several new features such as the first dynamically balanced rotor blades, a rigid tail rotor with a tension-torsion pitch change system, and a full cyclic and collective rotor pitch control.
$8.50

Piper Cub J-3

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The Piper J-3 Cub is a small, simple, light aircraft that was built between 1937 and 1947 by Piper Aircraft. With tandem (fore and aft) seating, it was intended for flight training and became one of the most popular and best-known light aircraft of all time. About 10 versions (including floats and skiis!!) included in folder.
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Piper TG-8

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Want to train thousands of glider pilots, literally overnight? Put them into Piper Cubs, Aeroncas and Taylorcraft and make them practice gliding and landing with power off. Then graduate them to training gliders made over Cubs without engines. That's what the U.S. did in WW II, and It Worked! Then they developed actual gliders based on these light aircraft such as the Piper TG-8 Training Glider. MODEL NOT YET AVAILABLE.
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Post Van

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As described by Hollingshead, mail vans in the United Kingdom were originally horse-drawn, operating in conjunction with the railway network, including Travelling Post Offices, carrying mail between railway stations and places distant from them, and between sub-post offices and sorting offices
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Round New England Barn

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Round Barns, a unique architectural oddity of the 1900s, are NOW at the cutting edge of green architecture. There are still over 100 in existence.. As usual this one comes in three sizes- (approx) HO, N, & Z scales with the roof removable giving access to the interior making way for some serious farming play.
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Sikorsky S-51

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The helicopter had come of age. Igor Sikorsky and his merry band of engineers developed a powerful and stable all weather helicopter and there was only better to come..The S-51 was long and lovely as is this cardmodel.. Two sizes and several versions.. Two are the red and blue company versions.
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SNJ Texan

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Arguably, the best and most loved trainer ever. Produced by the thousands, many still fly today- often at airshows dressed up as scarce but noisy Zeros. The T-6 Texan was a single-engine advanced trainer aircraft designed by North American Aviation, used to train fighter pilots from all over the world..
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Sopwith Camel

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The Camel was a superlative fighter, and offered heavier armament and better performance than the Pup and Triplane. In the hands of an experienced pilot, its manoeuvrability was unmatched by any contemporary type. This model comes with several versions in two scales plus a BW. Roy Brown's Camel (the pilot that maybe shot down the Red Baron) is included along with a cutout cardmodel of the good Captain.
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Sopwith Tabloid

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This Sopwith Tabloid was an adorable British biplane sports aircraft, one of the first to be built by the Sopwith Aviation Company. When it showed up for the Schneider Races in 1913 everyone laughed until, at 100mph ! it blew by all the other monoplanes of the day. An utterly delightful model.
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SPAD XIII

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The SPAD XIII was a French biplane fighter aircraft of World War I, developed by Société Pour L'Aviation et ses Dérivés (SPAD) from the earlier highly successful SPAD S.VII. It was one of the most capable fighters of the war, and one of the most-produced, with 8,472 built and orders for around 10,000 more cancelled at the Armistice.
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Spirit

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The Spirit of St. Louis (Registration: N-X-211) is the custom-built single engine, single seat monoplane that was flown solo by Charles Lindbergh on May 20–21, 1927, on the first non-stop flight from New York to Paris for which Lindbergh won the $25,000 Orteig Prize.
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Sugar Barn

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Sugarhouses were not built until the 1800's; prior to that time sap for maple sugar was boiled down in large iron kettles set in the open. The samekettles were used later in the season for boiling down apples for apple butter.
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The Shark

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Jaws, The Talking Shark. Perfect choice for the beginning cardmodeler. Easy to put together- only two pieces- and when you squeeze it's sides, it's mouth opens and closes like a puppet. Kids love this one!
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Trams

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Easy to build and a lesson in transport history. These trams are running every day at the Beamish Open Air Museum in the North of England. Approx:5" long
$5.95

Travel Air Mystery Ship

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The Travel Air Type R "Mystery Ships" were racing airplanes built by the Travel Air company in the late 1920s and early 1930s. They were so called because the first plane of the series (R614K) was built entirely in secrecy and kept under cover for the 1929 Cleveland Air Races.
$3.00

Travel-Trailer-Trotwood

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A retro 1940s travel trailer downloadable cardmodel. We call it an Escape Capsule from the sucky 2009 economic collapse. The web page has the full story
$6.95

USA Eagle Patriot Balloon

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The Screaming Eagle balloon from Fiddlersgreen.net, a great patriotic addition to your collection to which you can add your own special phrases, mottos, and quotes. Easy to build in just an evening and perfect to hang from the ceiling in the kid's room or office. Included in the Balloons and Airships Collection CD.
$6.95

Village-Church

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A card model of a quant little Village Church that is living out it's last days in the middle of an Iowaian wheat field. It has seen better days. The buildings are just sitting on the ground. Even the village has disappeared !! As long as there's an internet, this Fiddlersgreen model is a loving permanent reminder of what it was.
$4.95

Voisin

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Eager to try flying a seaplane as well, Voisin purchased several of the Fabre floats and fitted them to his Canard airplane. In October 1910, the Canard-Voisin became the first seaplane to fly over the river Seine.
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Vought Cutlass

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The Vought F7U Cutlass was a United States Navy carrier-based jet fighter and fighter-bomber of the early Cold War era. It was a highly unusual, semi-tailless design, allegedly based on aerodynamic data and plans captured from the Arado company at the end of World War II, though Vought designers denied any link to the German research at the time. It was one of the first combat aircraft to feature a head-up display (HUD), an inertial navigation system (INS), and a turbofan engine.
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Wallis-Rigby

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A tribute to Wallis Rigby, some of his models, and their importance they played from the 30s, during WWII and on to the 1950s. His models were quite basic compared to present day computerized card models but there certainly is a delightful charm to them.. Last but not least, they provided cheap but educational war toys for the kiddies when metal and wood was in acute shortage.
$3.00

Wind-Turbine

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Windmills have been a part of man's life since the early days of civilization, making everyday life easier. Today's wind turbines, by harvesting the wind and generating electricity and with an almost zero carbon footprint are working toward solving the global warming problem. With wind turbines, as long as we have wind we'll have electricity!
$3.00

Witch

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A downloadable FLYING cardmodel of a Halloween Wild and krazy Witch. Really flies and pretty well. Super easy to build. Can be launched with a large rubber band..Wing span of 9 inches.
$7.50

World Trade Center buildings

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The World Trade Center (WTC) was a complex in Lower Manhattan in New York City whose seven buildings were destroyed in 2001 in the September 11 terrorist attacks. The site is currently being rebuilt with six new skyscrapers and a memorial to the casualties of the attacks.