|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|
March 2017 - SL371R - Hawker Siddley HS748 in Dan Air London livery
March 2017 - SL372R - Handley Page HPR-7 Herald series 100 in BEA Livery
March 2017 - SL373R - Casa 212 in Evergreen livery.
February 2017 - MT72-14 - 1:72nd scale DH COmet 1A in RCAF livery.
February 2017 - YO-7R - Armstrong Whitworth Atalanta in Imperial Airways livery.
January 2017 - SL367R - De Havilland DH104 Dove 8 in JCB livery (Two options)
January 2017 - SL368R - Short SC.7 Skyvan 3A-100 in Interstol Livery
January 2017 - PJW86R - Avro Tudor 2 in RAF Ministry of Supply livery
January 2017 - MJA72-14 - Airbus A320-214 in Lufthansa Livery
January 2017 - SL366R - Saab 340 in ATA Connection - Chicago Express
January 2017 - SL365R - Basler BT-67 in Kenn Borek Air Ltd - Antartic Livery
2017 - MT49R - Douglas DC-8-72 in NASA Military Research livery.
2017 - Y-07R - Armstrong Whitworth Atlanta in Imperial Airways livery
2017 - Y-08R - Shorts C-Class Flying Boat in TBA livery.
November 2016 - MT72-09 - 1:72nd scale B737-P-8A Posiedon in US NAVY
November 2016 - MT72-13 - 1:72nd scale B737-7ES Wedgetail in RAAF
November 2016 - MT72-12- 72nd scale B737-P-8A Posiedon in RAAF
November 2016 - SL357R - 1:144th scale Avro Tudor V in William Dempster line
November 2016 - CV69 - 1:144th scale Conversion kit for Boeing 737-408
November 2016 - CV62 - 1:144th scale Conversion kit for lockheed L188C
November 2016 - CV64 - 1:144th scale Conversion kit for B737-400
November 2016 - SL364P - 1:144th scale Fokker 70 in KLM Livery
November 2016 - SL362P - 1:144th scale Fokker 100 in Austrian Airlines Livery
November 2016 - SL360R - 1:144th scale AW650 Argosy Srs 222 in BEA Cargo Livery.
November 2016 - SL361R - 1:144th scale AW650 Argosy Srs 102 in SAFE Air, NZ livery
November 2016 - PJW87R - 1:144th scale AW Argosy C.Mk.1 in RAF livery.
November 2016 - SL322P - 1:144th scale Lockheed L.1469 Starliner in LUXAIR livery
October 2016 - SL359P - 1:144th scale Fairchild F277D in Aerocaribe Livery
October 2016 - SL358R - 1:144th scale Fairchild F277D in Aerocaribe Livery
September 2016 - SL343P - 1:144th scale Fokker F27-500F in Amerer Cargo Livery
September 2016 -SL342R - 1:144th scale Fokker F27-500F in Amerer Cargo Livery
September 2016 - MT48R - 1:144th scale Fokker 60 in Royal Netherlands Air Force
August 2016 - CV36 - 1:144th scale Conversion kit for TU 154
August 2016 - CV40 - 1:144th scale Conversion kit for Boeing 757-2/300
August 2016 - CV41 - 1:144th scale Conversion kit for Boeing 757-2/300
August 2016 - CV45 - 1:144th scale Conversion kit for Douglas DC-8-62
August 2016 - CV44 - 1:144th scale Conversion kit for Boeing 737-100
August 2016 - CV43 - 1:144th scale Conversion kit for Boeing 737-500
August 2016 - CV42 - 1:144th scale Conversion kit for Airbus A318
August 2016 - CV34 - 1:144th scale Conversion kit for Embraer EMB-190
July 2016 - CV39 - 1:144th scale Conversion kit for L1011 100/200 series to 500 series.
July 2016 - SL354R - 1:144th scale Fairchild FH-227B resin kit in TAT livery
July 2016 - CV30 - 1:144th scale Conversion kit for Fokker F.27-500
July 2016 - CV31 - 1:144th scale Conversion kit for Fairchild FH.227B Series
July 2016 - CV37 - 1:144th scale Conversion kit for Douglas DC-8-50 series
July 2016 - CV38 - 1:144th scale Conversion kit for Douglas DC-8-11/21 series
July 2016 - SL355V - 1:144th scale Bristol B170 Mk31 in BKS cargo Services livery
July 2016 - SL353P - 1:144th scale Bristol Super Freighter in Channel Air Bridge livery
July 2016 - SL352P - 1:144th scale Bristol B170 Mk31 in BKS cargo Services livery
July 2016 - CLS72-29 - 1:72nd scale BAe 146-200 series in Jersey European livery
June 2016 - PJW82R - 1:144th scale RAF Raytheon Sentinel R1s.
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
We have three new 1:144th scale releases this week, all resin kits with metal undercarriage and props to complete. 1) SL371R - Hawker Siddley H.S. 748 in Dan Air london livery. 2) SL372R - Handley page HPR-7 Herald series 100 in BEA red Square livery. 3) SL373R - Casa 212 in Evergreen livery. See links for details, make up kits to follow shortly.
New release last week in 1:144th scale of PJW 91R, a Dual livery kit of a DH Devon C2 (RAF) or Dove 8 in Malaysian Air Force Livery. A resin kit with metal undercarriage and props. Decals by Cranc. We have also completed YO-7R - the AW Atalanta - click the link to view the completed kit.
New Release for those who model in 1:72nd scale in the form of MT72-14 - a De Havilland Comet 1A in the Royal Canadian Air Force livery. A vac formed fuselage together with all other parts inc detailed cockpit in Resin. Decals by Ray at 2-6 decals. Available to purchase.
The first week in February 2017 see's the final release of an unusual kit in the form of the Yesteryear Series Armstrong Whitworth Atalanta YO-7R - which was used by Imperial Airways in the 1930's with its four Armstrong Siddeley Serval III ten-cylinder radial engines powering it, with three crew and nine passengers on its Kenya and Cape Town, Africa routes. The kit is mainly resin with metal engines, exhaust pipes, propellors and wheels. Decals are by Cranc. We intend to start a make up of this kit for all to see in the coming days and will offer updates showing its progress. We have assembled the kit with the resin parts, fillered and sanded with the first primer coats sprayed. Our next task is to drill and fit the metal parts, then prepare for spraying in Tamiya® Silver Mist.
Yet more releases this week in both 1:144th and 1:72nd scale - first off we have MJA72-14 - a 1:72nd scale Airbus A320-214 in Lufthansa livery with both sets of winglets to suit appropriate reg's provided in the kit. (kit makeup to follow shortly), then we move onto 1:144th scale with SL367R - De Havilland DH104 Dove 8 in JCB livery, SL368R - Shorts SC.7 Skyvan 3A-100 in Interstol British Air Services livery and finally PJW86R - Avro Tudor Mk.II in RAF Ministry of Supply livery. Again all makeup kit images to follow very shortly. Prices on relevant sections.
Happy New Year to all our followers. We offer our best wishes for luck and prosperity to all. We have two 1:144th scale releases this week in the form of SL365R - Basler BT-67 in Kenn Borek Air Ltd, Antartic livery and SL366R - Saab 340 in ATA Connection - Chicago Express. Both are resin kits and have decals by Drawdecal. See the link pages for kit make up and parts images.
For 2017, we have a number of All Resin Kit releases planned in 1:144th scale, including a Shorts Skyvan, A.W. Atlanta, Casa 212, D.H. Dove 8, Boeing EC135N, C-Class Flying Boat, Gulfstream 5 (Shafit), Bristol Freighters (Mk.31 + 32), Vickers Viking, HS748 and finally a DC 8-72. In 1:72nd scale we are not far off releasing our 1:72nd scale Vickers Vangaurd. (see links for kit parts that have currently been supplied).
Finally our parts have arrived via British Customs and we are able to release the first of three 1:72nd scale Boeing airliners in the Military Transport Series. First up is MT72-12 - as shown above. Full makeup images for the kit parts are shown on the link page for this kit. Prices are shown on the Military Transport series page link.
New releases this week in both 1:144th scale and 1:72nd scale. Firstly in 1:144th scale we have a new release in the shape of SL357R - Avro Tudor V in William Dempster line livery. We will shortly have the RAF Ministry of Supply version for sale as PJW86R as soon as supplier parts arrive. We are taking orders for both, the RAF version will be dispatched as soon as parts arrive to us. Secondly we have conversion kit CV69 - Boeing 737-408 - Vac Formed fuselage with Icelandic Airline decals. We have three 1:72nd scale Boeing 737 kits for release as soon as parts arrive to us, all mentioned in the paragraph below -
We have finally sold out of MT72-01 - The original Boeing 737-7ES Wedgetail, which will very shortly be superceded by MT72-13 which has many upgraded parts and decals. Likewise MT72-09 has temporarily sold out awaiting replacement parts and when re-issed will offer new upgrades to include operational US Navy Squadrons. MT72-12 will be a new P-8A poseidon which will offer new upgraded parts akin to MT72-13 along with new decals. We will advise the extact date of release which is dependant upon delivery of parts, but are taking advanced orders as usual and the price and full details are on the MT72 page.
Two new releases this week in the form of SL362P - Fokker 100 in current Austrian Airways livery and SL364P - Fokker 70 in KLM livery. Both kits are a Vac Fuslage with resin wings,tailplane and engines and metal undercarriage. There are a host of conversion kits available in our range, we have added three new ones. see listing for details.
Yet again we have four NEW 1:144th scale releases this week, with another due in a few days time. SL360R - AW650 Argosy Srs 222 in BEA Cargo Livery. - Full resin kit with metal props - Decals by Ray at 2-6 decals. SL361R - AW650 Argosy Srs 102 in SAFE Air, NZ livery. Full resin with metal props - decals by Fantasy Print Shop. PJW87R - AW Argosy C.Mk.1 in RAF livery. Full resin kit with decals by Cranc. SL322P - Lockheed L.1469 Starliner in LUXAIR livery. Vac Formed Fuselage with all other parts in resin. Decals by Cranc. All images available on respective link pages including the makeup kits.
Four 1:144th scale kits released, SL342R - 1:144th scale Fokker F27-500F in Amerer Cargo Livery, SL343P - 1:144th scale Fokker F27-500F in Amerer Cargo Livery, SL358R - 1:144th scale Fairchild F277D in Aerocaribe Livery, and finally SL359P - 1:144th scale Fairchild F277D in Aerocaribe Livery. There are a few more releases which we will advise in a few days. Essentially the kits above are duplicates offering the choice of either full resin or vac/Resin. Click the links for details. Full pricing on the Skyliner series page.
After a little break where we have been working hard at future releases, we finally have the parts through for the next release, MT48R - Fokker 60 in Royal Netherlands Air Force livery. It is an all resin kit with decals by Cranc and Flevo. Prices available in Military Transport series section.
We have conversion kits no's CV29 / CV32-CV36, CV39-CV44 available for sale this week after many requests via the formums and e-mails. See conversion kits sections for details and prices. CV34, CV36, CV40, CV41, CV42, CV43, CV44, CV45.
An addition to the Conversion kit series in the form of CV39 - converting Revell, Otaki, Hobbycraft and 26 decals L1011 100/200 series kits to a 500 series, Included is a Vac Formed fuselage, Resin RB211-534 engines and a TAP portugal decal sheet. Make up kit image shortly.
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 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.