May 7, 2013:
Our next release, the 1:48
Zero Fighter U.S. Army High-Altitude Interceptor project
from 1944, has been added to Concept Aircraft/1940s. The kit, which
we're offerig for $85.00 plus shipping, will be available for general
sale following Wonderfest (May 18-19). You can reserve your copy now by
emailing us at
FantasticPlast@aol.com. Also debuing at
Wonderfest: The B5
Minbari Fighter in 1:114. This kit
will sell for $55.00. After WF, it will only be available via private
sale to our e-newsletter subscribers.
May 5, 2013:
Here's another pending
Wonderfest release: The
Federation B-Class Waystation in
1:2500. This kit is based on an illustration featured in "Star Trek:
Ships of the Line," published in 2006. The kit will sell for $45.00.
May 4, 2013:
We have a new display in
Pirate Raider from Babylon 5 in 1:144. This
new kit will be premiered at Wonderfest later this month and then made
available exclusively to subscribers of our e-newsletter. If you haven't
subscribed already, you can do so now by filling in the e-mail request
in the upper right corner of this Home Page. In our Visitors Gallery,
Mike Turco displays his prize-winning rendition of our now
Bell BoMi MX-2276 spaceplace (1:144). And today,
May the 4th Be With You!
April 22, 2013:
The second new wing to open
in the Virtual Museum this year is
X-Planes & Prototypes/2010s. Our
first exhibit: The
Iranian Qaher-313 "Hoax" Stealth Fighter in 1:72. This
unique kit is scheduled to debut at Wonderfest in Louisville, Kentucky,
April 15, 2013:
Bay Sleeper Ship is BACK IN STOCK!
April 13, 2013:
We've just opened a
Concept Spacecraft/2010s wing in the Virtual Museum to
accommodate our newest exhibit the
Boeing X-37C manned mini-shuttle.
This new 1:72 kit will make its official debut at
in Louisville, Kentucky, May 18-19.
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Costa Mesa, California
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