|1:144th Scale Kits|
|RAF Post War Series|
|Military Transport Series|
|Limited Edition Series|
|1:72nd Scale kits|
|Classic Airliner Series|
|Military Transport Series|
|Modern Jet Airliners Series|
|Executive / Prop Series|
|Accessories & Conversions|
|Metal / Resin Parts|
May 2016 - CLS72-28 - 1:72nd scale BAe 146-200 series in PSA livery.
April 2016 - SL351R - Saab 340 in Northwest Airlink Livery.
April 2016 - SL349R - Saab 340 in Delta Connection Livery.
April 2016 - SL324R - Basler BT-67 Dakota in US Forest Service Livery.
March 2016 - MT47R - Canadair CC-109 in CAF Canadian Armees / RCAF livery.
March 2016 - MT39R - Turbo Connie YC121F/R7V-2 in USAF and USNavy livery
March 2016 - SL348R - Dash 8-Q400 in dual Ethiopian or ASky Livery.
March 2016 - SL347R - Saab 2000 in dual Malmo Aviation livery.
March 2016 - SL345P - Douglas DC-10-30 in British Caledonian livery
March 2016 - SL344R - Dash 8-100 in dual Yellow and Red JAZZ Livery.
February 2016 - SL346R - Saab 340B full resin kit with Air France Commuter livery. (Limited availability)
January 2016 - SL339P - Fokker F50 in Air Baltic 'Blue lady' Livery. (vac/Resin version)
January 2016 - SL338R - Fokker F50 in Air Baltic 'Blue lady' Livery.
November 2015 - CLS72-26 - De Havilland Comet 1 in BOAC livery (1:72nd scale)
November 2015 - SL337R - SAAB 2000 in Darwin Airline Livery.
September 2015 - MT46R - Douglas XCG-17 Glider - USAF.
September 2015 - SL336R - Folsom Douglas C-47A Floatplane.
August 2015 - YO-6R - De Havilland DH91 Albatross in Imperial Airways livery.
August 2015 - CV27 - Douglas XC-47C Amphibious Floatplane conversion kit inc decals for US Army olive drab 1940's livery
August 2015 - MT43R - Douglas XC-47C Amphibious Floatplane in US Army livery
July 2015 - SL333R - DeHavilland DH114 Heron 1 in BEA red Square Livery
July 2015 - SL334R - DeHavilland DH114 Heron 1 in BEA Scottish Airways Livery
July 2015 - MT41R - Embraer VC-99B Legacy (600) in Forca Aerea Brasilia Livery
July 2015 - MT42P - Mcdonnell Douglas KC10 Extender - USAF.
June 2015 - SL335R - D.H.Canada Dash 8-311 - Red and White Jazz livery.
June 2015 - PJW85R - DeHavilland Heron C4 - RAF / RNAS
June 2015 - SL332P - Douglas MD-87 in Finnair Livery
June 2015 - SL327R - BAC 1-11-481FW in Air Malawi Livery
June 2015 - PJW79P - BAe Nimrod R1 in RAF livery.
June 2015 - SL320R - Bombardier Global Express 5000 in Qatar Executive Livery
May 2015 - SL321R - De Havilland DH114 Heron II in Cambrian Airways Livery.
April 2015 - SL323R - Convair 5800 in Air frieght NZ livery/
March 2015 - SL330R - BAC 1-11-479 - Air Pacific (Fiji)
March 2015 - MT40R - Convair VT-29D USAF Happy Hooligans.
February 2015 - CLS72-24 - D.H.Comet 4B in BEA Red Square livery.
January 2015 - SL328R - EMB195LR in LOT Polish Airways livery.
January 2015 - SL303R - CRJ 700 in Air France/HOP Livery.
January 2015 - CLS72-25 - DH Comet 4B in Olympic livery.
January 2015 - SL326P - Boeing 747SP-31 in Trans World livery
January 2015 - SL329V - Boeing 747SP-21 in PAN AM livery
January 2015 - SL298R - Bombardier CRJ200ER in Comair-Delta Connection livery
October 2014 - MT34P - Boeing RC135W Rivet Joint (CFM) in USAF Livery
Sept 2014 - MT38P - Boeing RC-135W Rivet joint (PW) in USAF livery
Sept 2014 - PJW84P - Boeing RC-135W Airseeker in RAF livery
August 2014 - SL298R - Bombardier CRJ200 Delta Connection Livery
August 2014 - SL317R - Bombardier CRJ900 Northwest Airlink Livery.
August 2014 - SL316R - Bombardier CRJ701 ER in Lufthansa Regional Livery.
August 2014 - SL315V - Boeing 747-267 /367 in Cathay Pacific Livery.
August 2014 - SL314R - Bombardier CRJ700 in Brit Air Livery.
June 2014 - CLS72-023 - 1:72nd Boeing 737-300/400 in Austrailian Airlines livery.
June 2014 - PJW81R - Vickers Varsity T1 Long Radar Nose - Royal Aircraft Establishment.
May 2014 - SL299R - BAe Jetstream 41 in SAA/Airlink Livery
May 2014 - PJW83R - Boeing RC-135W 'Airseeker'in RAF markings..
May 2014 - SL295R - EMB 135 ER in Contineal Express livery.
May 2014 - PJW80R - Vickers Varsity 668 T Mk.1 in RAF markings..
May 2014 - SL313V - Lockheed L1011-Tristar 500 in TAP (Portugal) Livery.
March 2014 - SL311R - Embraer EMB-175 in Air Canada Express livery
March 2014 - SL312P - Lockheed L1011-Tristar 500 in TAP (Portugal) Livery.
March 2014 - MT25V - Lockheed WV-E2/121N AEW in US Navy Livery.
Its been nearly three years in the making and we have a loyal band of followers who's patience has been amazing, but thankfully can now have their much requested BAe 146-200 series in 1:72nd scale. Our first release for this kit is the variant operated by (PSA) Pacific Southwest Airlines based in California - they operated the type from 1983 until amalgamation with US Airways in 1988. This one N357PS wears the later livery with the grey titles. this is a resin kit with a Vac Formed fuselage. There are in excess of 40 resin parts which include a fully detailed cockpit, central undercarrraige bay and an operable rear air brake if desired for display. Decals are by Ray at 2-6 decals. We are awaiting the final batch of resin aprts which are due prior to the end of this week when we will portray a makeup image and dispatch our first orders. As ever you are welcome to order in advance. No monies will be taken until dispatch. We will be able to fully price the kit when the final batch of resin arrives.......
We have completed the 1:144th scale Douglas KC10-Extender in USAF livery MT42P which is shown with front and rear shots on the link page. With decals by Greg Drawbaugh from Draw Decal, it makes into a fine kit to complement anyones military collection.
We have included kit makeup images for PJW79P (Nimrod R1), MT43P - Douglas XC-47C Amphibious Floatplane and CV27 - Conversion kit for 1:144th scale Dakota DC-3 to XC-47C on each of the respective pages for all to view.
Our first release of August 2015 has finally made it -MT43R - a 1:144th scale resin Douglas XC-47C Amphibious Floatplane in US Army livery. it has Metal engines and props. decals are by both Mark1 and Cranc. We also have CV27 which is a conversion kit for the Douglas C-47 which includes 1/144 scale resin Edo design floats & undercarriage to convert from a Douglas DC-3 to a XC-47C Amphibian float plane decals for US Army olive drab 1940's
We have an image of one of our future 1:144th scale patterns for the Douglas DC-7B kit which should hopefully be ready for production early 2016.
We have a very nice image of SL308R our full resinDash 8 Q400 in Eurolot Livery - decals by Cranc' decals, Wales, GB. The image was kindly provided by the modeller, Vince James, Wales, GB.
We brought to your attention the latest delivery from Bob Crowe of Proteus Models, of whom we are the World Supplier for the kits. This 1:72nd scale model PM006 depicts the Convair VT-29D of the North Dakota ANG from 1975, USAF, known as the Happy Hooligans. Another excellent offering from Bob with a Vac Formed fuselage, resin cockpit, wings, engines, tail planes and rudder, along with metal props and undercarriage to complete.
We have included our first images of a completed kit of CLS72-17 the Boeing 727-100 series in the Lufthansa livery made by Stephen Williams, GB. Many thanks for your efforts Stephen for which we are greatful and give you appropriate credits.
Our thanks to Andrew Doppel of Austrailia for modelling one of our CLS72-16 kits and equipping it with TAA livery before photographing it for us.
It may also be of note that on Sunday 6th Sept 2015, a Michael Bludworth of Texas, USA made the comment on Civil Model Aircraft's Facebook site " Ouch, I see they used minicraft DC-3 for the aircraft outline". The webmaster for my site responded with the following comment on the site with is authorised by myself.
" It might interest you but Welsh Models bought out their first DC-3 kit long before many other manufacturers. Each pattern is hand built from original drawings only, as has always been the case since inception. Welshmodels still has each and every original reference data/Plan/pattern/mould of every kit manufactured through their lifetime. Heat Shrinkage, calculated so the models are exact scale when produced is all worked into the original mould dimensions, unlike others over time who have 'quite obviously' copied moulds and then the shrinkage afterwards is greater rendering them smaller in exact scale. Welshmodels have never copied any other manufacturers scale models or drawings. The drawings in this case were copied from the original scale plans provided recently from the USA which has allowed three differing types of model of the DC-3 to be manufactured, and the scale rendering for the image above was then transferred through 'Cranc' decals. Welsh Models pride themselves in always producing 'Original' kits from start to finish and take offence to those who may imply that any part of their kits was copied from another manufacturer. Fact - Welshmodels DC-3 was first produced 18 years ago. Fact - Minicrafts DC-3 was first produced 11 years ago. These facts were further clariifed today by an eminent modelling writer of note who made both respective manufacturers kits on release. "
To say this persons comments are uncalled for are an understatement to all the effort put into Welshmodels over the many years Trisha and I have built it to what it is today.