March 6, 2014:
We now have an
information page for our upcoming
"Oblivion Bubble Ship" kit. It includes a complete "What
You Get" parts layout. The kit will sell for $90.00 when it's released
next month. There's still time to reserve your advance copy. Just email
us at FantasticPlast@aol.com/
March 5, 2014:
Air Force Jet Viper is back in stock!
March 4, 2014:
Rocket Roton helicopter-assisted SSTO rocket concept kit
has just been released!
March 2, 2104:
LOW INVENTORY ALERT!
We have only two "Avatar"
C-21 Dragon Assault Ships left in
inventory. After they sell out, the kit will be retired. So get 'em
while we got 'em!
February 27, 2014:
Roton SSTO concept from 1999 has been added to the
Concept Spacecraft/1990s Gallery.
This unique concept spacecraft kit will be available in the
February 26, 2014:
NEW FROM UNICRAFT! We have
two exciting new Luft '46 aircraft in the
Virtual Museum Store today. First
is the FW
"Lorin Bomber," a radical late-war rear-engine jet bomber
concept from our friends at Focke-Wulf. Also from FW comes the last in
their 1000x1000x1000 series, the
"C" with unusual askew underwing powerplants.
February 15, 2014:
Mike Turco submits his build
1:72 XMS-1 "Dyna-Soar" to the Visitors Gallery. Sal
Picataggio shares his build of
Skyhook Model's "Planet of the Apes" (1968)
Icarus. And Roman Rieder displays his "Alien"
Narcissus by Halcyon.
January 28, 2014: NEW
Air Force Jet Viper is now available in the Virtual
NEW FROM UNICRAFT:
Lippisch Combat Aerodyne. We also have a new "What You
Get" parts photo and original box art by Denis Podgorny for next month's
Rotary Rocket Ronton kit. Reserve your kit now by email
us at FantasticPlast@aol.com.
"Fantastic Plastic" is a scale
modeling site that celebrates the weird, the wonderful, the odd, the
radical, the exotic and the just plane cool aircraft and
spacecraft model kits produced in styrene (and resin) over
the last 60-plus years. From bizarre World War II-era "project
planes" to the latest science fiction concepts, here is a chronicle of Man's
highest aspirations as expressed through his flying machines, both real
Fantastic Plastic "Virtual Museum of Flying Wonders" is divided into
seven "galleries," each
dedicated to a particular area of interest. These are:
Whether your interest is "Luft
'46," the American Space Program, X-planes, radical aircraft prototypes,
"paper projects," Star
Trek, Star Wars, hovercraft or UFOs, you are sure to find something here
to ignite your passion -- and trigger wonderful memories.
And while you're here, please
be sure to visit the Fantastic Plastic "Virtual
Museum Store," where you'll find our exclusive line of unique aircraft
and spacecraft model kits for sale.
Thanks for visiting.
Return often. And...
WATCH THE SKIES!!!
- Allen B. Ury,
Costa Mesa, California