Saturday, October 26

Jägermeister to fuel your VW? Spray Paint for your Concordski? What about Red Bull with your Dingo? Revell have all the answers this month...

Revell of Germany has a bunch of new kits this month – we picked the best quality release of the bunch and thought we could show you them in today's November items from Revell preview.

Revell's  September Releases

All of these kits and accessories are available this month through Revell’s many outlets around the world.

New: Revell Spray Color - The fast and easy alternative to airbrush:
A model only gets its true-to-the-original appearance after receiving an optimal paint job. Large surfaces, in particular, can only be painted with a brush with great difficulty. For these applications, the 32 most frequently used Revell colours are now available in 100ml spray cans.
Revell Spray Color is a series of acrylic paints which dry very quickly, have a high opacity and have high scratch-resistance. Due to the special composition, Spray Color paints can also be used on polycarbonate bodies of RC cars.
Read more here.

Scale: 1:24
No. of parts: 124
Length: 181 mm
The origin of all of today's vans and transporters dates back to the late 1940s in the Volkswagen production facility in Wolfsburg used for internal transport car that inspired the Dutch importer Ben Pon to the idea of a transport vehicle. From the 8th March 1950 the transporter first generation was produced in series, to his fans affectionately called "Bulli" called. The car with the typical V-shaped front end and split windscreen was in different versions, including a van, available. The empty weight of the used by artisans and many companies transporter was at 975 kg and the payload at 750 kg. The technique was based on the Volkswagen Type 1, called the Beetle, so that the T1 had an air-cooled four-cylinder, horizontally opposed engine. The engine was provided but with more torque and brought the T1 with initially 25, 1954 with 30 hp for a top speed of 80 km / h, which was a pretty good value compared to other transport vehicles of that time. 

Even today, these rugged vans at classic car lovers worldwide popular. - Multipart Body - Detailed interior with dashboard and seats - Movable doors and tailgate - moving Vorderradanlenkung - to build either solid or half-height bulkhead - Engine replica - Rotating wheels - chrome hubcaps, door handles, wipers and chrome front emblem - Authentic decals for two versions with different characteristics (D, NL, F, GB, A and I)

Scale: 1:48
No. of parts: 97
Length: 359 mm
Wingspan: 263 mm
The F/A-18C is one of the most successful light combat aircraft, and as can be also used as a fighter bomber thanks to outstanding electronic and radar systems, both as an air superiority fighter. It reaches a top speed of over Mach 1.8. 770 km range without drop tanks. The payload of missiles and bombs is max. 7t. The Swiss Air Force chose the F/A-18C Hornet because of the good flight performance and flight characteristics. She has a very short response time and has excellent properties dogfight. From 1996 to 1999, the license production of the F/A-18C at SF in Emmen. Squadron 17 was awarded in 1997 and is one of three F/A-18C Hornetstaffeln; she is stationed at the Payerne airfield. The Squadron 18 was awarded the interceptor in spring 1998 and is also their base in Payerne. Both squadrons were able to take one F/A-18C with a large area coating of the Season badge in January 2010 and put on air shows. - Textured surfaces - Detailed cockpit - Choice of two thrusters versions - Detailed landing gear - Landing gear optionally extended or retracted - Antennae - canopy optionally open - open air brake flaps optionally - 2 Sidewinder missiles - Auxiliary Fuel Tank - Detailed decals for the version Swiss Air Force with the special tail fin markings of Squadron 17 and 18

Scale: 1:144
No. of parts: 111
Length: 460 mm
Wingspan: 198 mm
The Tupolev Tu-144 was the first supersonic transport aircraft in the world. In competition with the "Concorde", the start of the first supersonic airliner, the Russians had his nose in front: At 31 December 1968 flew the first prototype of the Tupolev TU-144th Still 16 machines were built after 1969 to set up the program in 1984. She presented a very interesting design with many practical solutions for, at that time very advanced supersonic transport aircraft such as the canard leading edge slats to improve low-speed flight characteristics. But it should be shown that the Tu-144 was a poorly conceived design, there were many changes made ​​to the production stage. The Tu-144 took in November 1977 on the service between Moscow and Alma Ata. After another crash and due to the lack of profitability these flights were reinstated - the last regular flight took place in 1978. 
A brief rebirth experienced the Tupolev as NASA and Boeing between 1995 and 1998, the Tu-144 used as a test platform for supersonic flights. - Fine surface details, recessed panel lines - either hinged to build nasal segment - Separate control surfaces - Detailed engine nacelles - Detailed front and main landing gear - Optional extended or folded wings Cannard - Display stand - Decals for Aeroflot version

Scale: 1:48
No. of parts: 172
Length: 472 mm
Rotor diameter: 457 mm

The CH-53 GA German Air Force is one that today's application requirements tailored CH-53 G with enormous product improvements. Main features are the scope extensions using an internal auxiliary tanks, a satellite communication system, the all-weather vision system FLIR automatic Start/Lande- and hovering ability, a self-protection equipment, and a new dashboard. By the optimizer, the CH-53 GA used in a composite system with the NH90 and Tiger. A total of 40 helicopters at Eurocopter in Donauwörth be converted to this standard. Currently the largest helicopter, NATO has increased its performance again. A variety of applications has proven in recent years by numerous Bundeswehr operations abroad as well as in UN missions, the CH-53 G. These include flood victim, forest fire fighting, disaster relief and aid flights in addition to the normal material and transport tasks. Through the optimization program, the useful life of the CH-53 GA in the Air Force in 2030 extended. - Extra-molded with GA-attachments - FLIR pod suspension - new sensors, decoys containers - Electronic Warfare - Sensors great UHF antenna on the fuselage - - Protective sheath for pilot seats - antennas under the fuselage - Optional sand filter covers or standard panels for the air intakes - Detailed cockpit with a new instrument panel - Movable rear ramp - gear with rotating wheels - Movable main and tail rotors - Exhaust trim for the APU area - Decals for the GA version in standard paint, and in camouflaged version

Scale: 1:72
No. of parts: 103
Length: 271 mm
Wingspan: 162 mm

With the "phantom Pharewell" in Wittmundhafen 29 June 2013 was an area over which 18 May 1973, began with the official first flight of the F-4F 37 +01. The 37 +01 ​​was the first and only F-4F which was still manufactured entirely in the USA. The commissioning of the 37 +01 ​​in Germany on 26 July 1974 in Jever. After a long residence time in the FBW 36 in Rheine-Hopsten the other stations were JG 74 and JG 72 Since the summer of 2008, she served with JG 71 "Richthofen and now finds after 7,400 hours of flight time as a" gate guard "deserved retirement. - F-4F front segment - Detailed cockpit with instrument panel - Detailed pilot seats - Structural details on surfaces with recessed panel lines - Detailed landing gear - 2 auxiliary tanks - Super decals with decorative elements of the JG71 "Pharewell"

Scale: 1:24
No. of parts: 364
Length: 476 mm
The Simba was developed specifically for the needs of the Frankfurt airport and despite its enormous weight of 45 tonnes anything but cumbersome. The wheels for a 31.6-liter V8 engine rated at 1250 hp makes (920 kW). Thus, the giant in 25 seconds to accelerate from a standstill to 80 km / h, top speed 125 km / h The fire water supply is fed from tanks with 11,600 liters of water, in addition there are 2 x 600 liters of foam and 2000 kg dry powder available. To allow a specific fire fighting, the roof monitor is used to align the foam water cannon on the roof, which produces a flow rate of 9000 liters of foam-water mixture per minute and it has a throw distance of 75 meters. Two other cannons are stationed behind a panel below the windshield. Their performance is even 1500 liters of foam per minute at 60 meters radius and 50 meters with a water cannon powder with 50 kilograms per second. This performance they receive from 8-cylinder engine pumps with 280 hp (206 kW). 
 The Simba is designed for a crew of three men who need to prove with this vehicle daily speed and performance, to save people and property. - Detailed chassis - Movable Tandem Axle - Large EBM tires - Rotating Roof monitor - Skylights with insight on the tanks - Rotating front Monitors - Gratings facing the engine - Movable cab doors - Detailed cockpit with movable roof hatch - Many transparent parts - 4-way wipers - Retractable hose reel - Ladders - Blue Lights - Authentic decals for original equipment from the 1980s for the five vehicles Frankfurt Airport and Munich Airport's Simba

Scale: 1:24
No. of parts: 112
Length: 209 mm
The Red Bull RB8 is the third evolutionary stage of the RB5 developed by Adrian Newey. The engine type RS27-2012 was designed by Renault, the gearbox is their own make and the tyres were contributed by Pirelli. The stepped nose required by the rules gave the racers a highly original appearance, but without detriment top performance. Mark Webber used the qualities of the RB8 to win two first, one second and one third place. Twice he started from pole position and at the end of the 2012 season he occupied 6th place in the driver standings. Combined with the successes of Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull Racing won the constructors' world championship for the third time in succession.
- True-to-original front and rear spoilers
- Multi-part 8-cylinder engine
- Detailed wheel suspension
- True-to-original underbody including diffuser
- Authentic tyres and rotating wheels
- Detailed cockpit
- Typical stepped nose
- Authentic decals for the RB8 and the driver Mark Webber in the versions for Australia, Monaco and India.
Scale: 1:35
No. of parts: 224
Length: 175 mm
The All-Protected Vehicle Transportation (ATF) Dingo has evolved into a true all-rounder in the Armed Forces since its introduction in 2000. Both Dingo Dingo 1 and 2 combine ideal protection, flotation and speed. The variant "ATF Dingo 2 GE A2 Patsi" than patrol and protection vehicle in Afghanistan since 2006. Thanks to the excellent mine protection through the V-shaped deflector under the passenger safety cell, the 6 best possible protection. For self-protection rule, a mechanical overhead weapon station type 1530, with a 7.62 mm MG3A1 is mounted. With 149 pieces, the "ATF Dingo 2 GE A2 Patsi" the most numerous construction lot. Overall, however, over 1,000 vehicles were delivered in different versions. In addition to the Bundeswehr and the Czech Army uses the Dingo 2 - New mould - Surface details with fine engravings - Anti-slip coating - doors optionally open or closed - Detailed interior - rear door optionally open or closed - weapon station with 7.62mm MG3A1 - Detailed landing gear - rubber tires - Authentic decals for 4 vehicles: - Bundeswehr mission training, 2011 - Armed Forces, ISAF, Afghanistan, 2010 - Armed Forces, ISAF, Afghanistan, 2012 - Czech Army, 2010

Scale: 1:35
No. of parts: 185
Length: 140 mm
The PzKpfw. 35 (t) was built in Czechoslovakia and made ​​from 1936 Skoda LT vz.35 called into service. By 1938, a total of 424 pieces were made. After the occupation of Czechoslovakia by the Wehrmacht, were 202 vehicles under the designation PzKpfw. 35 (t) is assumed. The (t) was available for Czech. Some vehicles were also at the service of the Romanian Army. The well-balanced chassis and the reliable transmission gave the tank a good mobility. The main armament was a 3.72 cm tank cannon 43 L/40. - Detailed finely engraved surfaces - Injection molded tracks with individual links and segments - Faithfully Drive - Rotating turret - Höhenrichtbare 3.72 cm KwK 43 L/40 - tools - Authentic decals for two versions (the Wehrmacht and the Romanian Army): - 6 Panzer Division, Poland campaign, September 1939 - Romanian Army, 1941

Scale: 1:35
No. of parts: 419
Length: 198 mm
After the introduction of the PzKpfw V "Panther" is quickly realized that the previous recovery vehicles were not sufficient to recover the heavy battle tanks to the battlefield. A dozen Panther Ausf D from current production were then converted to short-term emergency measure as recovery vehicles. Ring for the tower was covered with a lid and a timber increased towing device and an auxiliary crane mounted on the stern. This combination proved to be very successful, so that by 1945 a total of 339 Bergepanther been completed. - Early version of Bergepanther - Detailed surfaces with fine engravings - chain of individual links - Authentic Box Drive - Auxiliary Crane - Towing device - Filigree tool - board-MG - Authentic decals for two versions of the German Wehrmacht: - Bergepanther the s.PzAbt 505, Russia 1944 - Bergepanther the s.Pz. Hunter. Abt 654, Ruhrkessel 1945 

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