March 6, 2015:
New from Unicraft: The
Mitsubishi Army Type 0 project fighter in 1:72. LOW
INVENTORY ALERT: We have only five 1:72
Rogers Thunderfighter kits left in stock. Once these sell
out, the kit will be retired. If you've been waiting to buy one of these
great, beautifully engineered kits, get 'em while we got 'em!
February 28, 2015:
We've just posted a complete
"What You Get" photo for our upcoming
Prometheus kit. (Damn, that's a lot of parts!) We plan to
debut the kit at Wonderfest at the end of May, and then make it
available to reservation holders shortly thereafter. There's still time
to reserve your copy. Just email me at
FantasticPlast@aol.com. In addition, Mike Turco shares photos
of his build of the classic
HAWK Models Convair-Atlas Manned Orbiting
January 20, 2015:
Mike Turco of Thornton, Pa.,
shares photos of his latest build: The classic
Willy Ley Space Taxi
January 7, 2015:
Rocketship kit is now available for purchase in the
Virtual Museum Store!
December 27, 2014:
Our new 1:72
Gordon Rocketship has been added to the Science
Fiction/1900-1930s gallery. Look for the kit's release next week!
December 26, 2014:
We've been quiet for a
while. Hope everyone had a happy and healthy Christmas/Hanukkah. We
close out the year, we have two new kits in the Virtual Museum Store:
XRV (Experimental Re-entry Vehicle) from 1969's
"Marooned," and a 1:72
F.11/37 British Heavy Fighter concept kit from Unicraft. Check 'em
November 27, 2014:
Happy Thanksgiving! We've
just posted "What You Get" photos for our upcoming 1:72
Gordon Rocket" kit. We're still taking reservations at
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