The Guillows 1/16 Ju-87 Stuka is a balsa wood aircraft model kit from the range manufactured by Guillow. The Stuka was specifically designed for a vertical bomb run, or as popularly known as "dive-bombing". The 87-B model was the most widely used of the Stuka's and first saw service during the 1939 Polish Campaign.
The Guillows 1/16 P-51 Mustang is a balsa wood aircraft model kit from the range manufactured by Guillow. The North American P-51 Mustang was probably the best all-around single-seat piston engine fighter to be used in World War 2. The first U.S.A.A.F. combat group arrived in Britain in November 1943 and from then until the end of the war, the P-51 earned an enviable reputation as a long-range fighter-escort for the B-17 and B-24 bombers raiding deep in the heart of the German homeland.
The Guillows 1/24 Cessna O-1E Bird Dog is a balsa wood aircraft model kit from the range manufactured by Guillow. Originally designated the L-19, The Bird Dog went into production in June, 1956 and was used during the Korean campaign as a liaison airplane by Army Field Forces to spot enemies troop concentrations, direct ground operations, carry ammunition, and evacuate wounded. Return to production in 1962 and designated the 0-1E, the Bird Dog gained fame anew as a "FAC" airplane.
Flight Lieutenant A. Costello of No. 112 Squadron RAF poses beside his Curtiss Kittyhawk at Sidi Heneish in Egypt (April The rugged, American-built (known to the RAF as the Tomahawk and Kittyhawk) came to symbolize the Desert Air Force.
The Guillows 1/40 McDonnell-Douglas F-15 Eagle is a balsa wood aircraft model kit from the range manufactured by Guillow. Very few fighter aircraft ever dominated the scene like the McDonnell-Douglas F-15 Eagle after its initial flight on July 27, 1972. From the beginning, it exhibited outstanding maneuverability, performance and handling qualities making it unmatched by any current fighter in the world-proof positive of its air superiority claim. The F-15 is a single seat, fixed wing…
The Curtiss 1/16 P-40 Warhawk is a balsa wood aircraft model kit from the range manufactured by Guillow. The P-40 earned undying fame as the "Flying Tiger" of World War 2 when flown by General Claire Chennault's Volunteer Group fighting the Japanese in China and Burma. It also saw much service in the Middle East where it was used by Britain's R.A.F. and nicknamed the Tomahawk and Kittyhawk. When World War 2 broke out, the P-40 was the only fighter available in quantity to the U.S.A.A.F.