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TAMIYA 1/35 U.S. Armoured Personnel Carrier M3A2 Half Track
TAMIYA 1/35 U.S. Multiple Gun Motor Carriage M16
TAMIYA 1/35 Marder II Sd.kfz.131 German Tank DestroyerTAMIYA 1/35 Marder II Sd.kfz.131 German Tank Destroyer
DDA COLLECTIBLES 1/24 Custom XY GTHO Ford Kit
SHOWCASE MODELS 1/350 HMAS Collins Class Submarine *Aus Decals*
MENG 1/700 R.M.S. TitanicMENG 1/700 R.M.S. Titanic
MENG 1/700 R.M.S. Titanic
Sale price$119.99 AUD
ITALERI 1/32 Tornado IDS 40th AnniversaryITALERI 1/32 Tornado IDS 40th Anniversary
COREL 1/310 HMS Victory Corelline Starter KitCOREL 1/310 HMS Victory Corelline Starter Kit
COREL 1/155 Yacht America Corelline Starter KitCOREL 1/155 Yacht America Corelline Starter Kit
COREL 1/130 Mayflower Corelline Starter KitCOREL 1/130 Mayflower Corelline Starter Kit
COREL 1/130 HMS Bounty Corelline Starter KitCOREL 1/130 HMS Bounty Corelline Starter Kit
COPPER STATE MODELS 1/35 Fahrpanzer German Leaning CrewmanCOPPER STATE MODELS 1/35 Fahrpanzer German Leaning Crewman

Frequently Asked Questions

These three are some of the world's largest manufacturers of plastic model kits, and their product line includes a wide range of popular subjects such as aircraft, tanks and military vehicles, figures, cars, trucks, and motorcycles in a variety of common scales:

▪ Tamiya

▪ Airfix

▪ Italeri

If you are a beginner, generally speaking, a larger scale may be easier to work with, but smaller scale models are often simpler. If you are looking at an armor kit (tanks), a 1/35 scale Tamiya is a great starting point. For aircraft, a 1/48 scale Tamiya is a good option.

While the answer may not be as black and white and very subjective, some categories have a clear winner: Armour 1/35 and Cars 1/24.