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News of Revell’s New Kits for January!

News of Revell's New Kits for January!

News of Revell’s New Kits for January!

Revell enters the new year by releasing different kits. Many different scale models from the Star Wars universe to the second world war, from the cold war era car to modern helicopters.

1:48 B-24D Liberator 03831

  • Scale:1:48
  • Age:13+
  • Number of parts:197
  • Length:443 mm
  • Wingspan:696 mm
  • Price: 81.99 €

The B-24D Liberator was a heavy bomber aircraft produced by the Consolidated Aircraft Corporation during World War II. It was a four-engine, long-range bomber that was used by the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) and other Allied air forces during the war.

The B-24D was powered by four Pratt & Whitney R-1830-43 radial engines, which gave it a top speed of around 300 mph (480 km/h). It had a range of over 2,100 miles (3,400 km) and could carry a payload of up to 8,000 pounds (3,600 kg) of bombs. The B-24D was armed with ten .50 caliber (12.7 mm) machine guns for self-defense, and it could also be equipped with additional machine guns or turrets for more firepower.

The B-24D was used extensively in the Pacific Theater during World War II. It was used for a variety of missions, including bombing raids against enemy targets, transport and supply missions, and search and rescue operations. The B-24D was also used in the European Theater, where it played a key role in the strategic bombing campaign against Germany.

The B-24D was known for its rugged construction and long range, which made it well-suited for the demanding conditions of World War II. It was used by a number of Allied air forces and saw service in a variety of theaters during the war.


1:24 Trabant 601S “Builder’s Choice” 07713


The Trabant 601S was a small car produced by the East German car manufacturer VEB Sachsenring Automobilwerke Zwickau from 1964 to 1990. It was an updated version of the Trabant 601, which was the most popular model produced by the company. The 601S was marketed as the “Builder’s Choice” because it was often purchased by construction workers and other blue-collar workers in East Germany.
The Trabant 601S was powered by a two-stroke engine and had a top speed of around 60 mph (97 km/h). It was small and lightweight, with a length of over 13 feet (4 meters) and a curb weight of around 1,400 pounds (640 kg). The 601S had seating for four people and a small trunk at the rear.
The Trabant 601S was notable for its use of a duroplast body, which was made of a fiberglass-like material that was cheaper and easier to produce than traditional metal car bodies. It was also known for its low fuel efficiency and emissions, as well as its rough ride and poor handling. Despite these shortcomings, the Trabant 601S was popular in East Germany due to its low price and relative availability, as it was one of the few models of car that was available for buy by the general public in the country.


1:144 German Destroyer Class 119 (Z1/Z5) 05179


The German Destroyer Class 119 (also known as the Z1/Z5 class) was a group of six destroyers that were built for the German Navy (Kriegsmarine) during the 1930s. The class was made up of two subclasses, the Z1, and the Z5, which had slightly different design features.

The ships of Class 119 were armed with a main battery of five 15 cm (5.9 inches) guns, as well as a number of smaller caliber guns and torpedoes. They had a top speed of around 36 knots (67 km/h) and were equipped with a range of modern radar and communications systems.

The Class 119 destroyers saw extensive service during World War II. They were used for a variety of missions, including convoy escort, mine laying, and naval gunfire support. They also took part in a number of major naval engagements, including the Battle of the Atlantic and the invasion of Normandy.

The Class 119 destroyers were known for their good seaworthiness and solid construction, but they were also hampered by a lack of speed and armor protection. Despite their limitations, they played a valuable role in the German Navy’s operations during the war and saw action in a number of different theaters.



1:9 The Mandalorian: The Bounty Hunter 06784

  • Scale:1:9
  • Age:10+
  • Number of parts:60
  • Length:241 mm
  • Width:258 mm
  • Height:245 mm
  • Price: 50.99 €


The Mandalorian is a television series that airs on the streaming service Disney+. It is set in the Star Wars universe and follows the adventures of a lone bounty hunter known as “the Mandalorian,” who is hired to track down and capture wanted fugitives. The series is set after the fall of the Galactic Empire and before the emergence of the First Order, and it explores the outer reaches of the galaxy and the lawless territories that exist there.

The Mandalorian is known for its compelling storytelling, high-quality production values, and strong performances from its cast, which includes Pedro Pascal as the titular character, as well as guest appearances by actors such as Gina Carano, Carl Weathers, and Giancarlo Esposito. The series has received widespread critical acclaim and has become a popular and influential part of the Star Wars franchise.


The rest of the article CONTAINS SPOILER!!!

What is The Mandalorian’s real name?

Din Djarin is the real name of the character known as the Mandalorian in the television series of the same name. Din Djarin is a bounty hunter who operates in the outer reaches of the galaxy, taking on various missions to track down and capture wanted fugitives.

The show follows Din Djarin as he embarks on a journey of self-discovery and confronts the secrets of his past and his connection to the wider Star Wars universe. Throughout the series, Din Djarin faces a series of challenges and obstacles as he goes about his work, including confrontations with rival bounty hunters and moral dilemmas as he navigates the lawless territories where he operates.

As the series progresses, Din Djarin begins to learn more about his own past and his connection to the Mandalorian culture. He discovers that he was orphaned as a child and was taken in and trained by the Mandalorians, a group of warrior-protectors who value honor and duty above all else. Din Djarin also learns that he has a special role to play in the larger conflict that is unfolding in the galaxy, and he must decide how to balance his own personal code with the greater good. Overall, the story of Din Djarin is one of self-discovery and redemption as he grapples with his past and his place in the world.


1:3 The Mandalorian: The Child 06783

  • Scale:1:3
  • Age:10+
  • Number of parts:43
  • Length:239 mm
  • Width:170 mm
  • Height:404 mm
  • Price: 40.99 €


The Child, also known as “Grogu” is a character in the television series The Mandalorian. The Child is a young member of the alien species known as the Yoda’s species, and he is a central figure in the show’s storyline.

The Child is discovered by the titular character, the Mandalorian, early in the series, and the two form a bond as they journey together through the outer reaches of the galaxy. The Mandalorian becomes protective of the Child and takes on various missions in order to keep him safe. As they travel together, the Mandalorian and the Child encounter a variety of challenges and obstacles, including confrontations with rival bounty hunters and threats from the Galactic Empire.

The Child is known for his small size and his curious and playful personality. He is also able to use the Force, a mystical energy field that is wielded by certain individuals in the Star Wars universe. The Child’s connection to the Force and his potential as a Jedi Knight become a key part of the show’s storyline as the series progresses.

Overall, The Child is a beloved character in The Mandalorian and has become a fan favorite for his adorable appearance and his role in the show’s storyline.



1:72 sWS mit Flak-Aufbau als Sfl. mit 3,7cm Flak 43 03293

  • Scale:1:72
  • Age:12+
  • Number of parts:252
  • Length:148 mm
  • Width:53 mm
  • Height:45 mm
  • Price: 17.99 €


sWS mit Flak-Aufbau als Sfl. mit 3,7cm Flak 43 was a German self-propelled anti-aircraft vehicle that was used during World War II. “sWS” stands for “Schwerer Waffen-Sonderkraftwagen,” which means “heavy weapons special motor vehicle,” and “Sfl.” stands for “Selbstfahrlafette,” which means “self-propelled mounting.”

The sWS mit Flak-Aufbau als Sfl. mit 3,7cm Flak 43 was based on the sWS chassis, which was a tracked vehicle that was used to carry various types of heavy weapons, including artillery and anti-aircraft guns. The Flak-Aufbau version of the sWS was fitted with a 3.7 cm Flak 43 anti-aircraft gun, which was a small caliber gun that was used to engage enemy aircraft.

The sWS mit Flak-Aufbau als Sfl. mit 3,7cm Flak 43 was used by the German Army and the Waffen-SS during World War II. It was primarily used for air defense, and it was deployed in a number of different theaters, including the Western and Eastern Fronts. The sWS mit Flak-Aufbau als Sfl. mit 3,7cm Flak 43 was relatively mobile and had a good rate of fire, but it was vulnerable to enemy fire and had limited armor protection. Despite its limitations, it played a valuable role in the German military’s air defense efforts during the war.

1:72 AH-64A Apache 03824

  • Scale:1:72
  • Age:12+
  • Number of parts:71
  • Length:210 mm
  • Rotor Diameter:201 mm
  • Price: 19.99 €


The AH-64A Apache is a twin-engine, attack helicopter that was developed by the American aerospace company McDonnell Douglas (now Boeing) in the 1970s. It is used by the United States Army and some other military forces around the world.
The AH-64A Apache is powered by two General Electric T700-GE-701D turboshaft engines, which give it a top speed of around 183 mph (295 km/h). It is armed with a variety of weapons, including a 30 mm M230 Chain Gun, Hellfire missiles, and Hydra 70 rockets. It is also equipped with advanced avionics and sensor systems, including a forward-looking infrared (FLIR) system, a laser rangefinder, and a radar warning receiver.

The AH-64A Apache has been used in some military conflicts around the world, including the Gulf War, the Iraq War, and the war in Afghanistan. It is known for its agility, firepower, and versatility, and it has become a key part of the United States Army’s air arsenal. The AH-64A Apache has undergone some upgrades and improvements over the years, and it is currently in service with several countries around the world.

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4 thoughts on “News of Revell’s New Kits for January!

  1. Louis Mcafoos says:

    The Z 1 thru Z5 were ex US Navy Fletcher class destroyers. Your history is completely wrong and whoever wrote is obviously knows nothing about these ship. Shame on your ignorance!

    1. Hulk says:

      We try to compile our resources from accurate information. If the information on Wikipedia is incorrect, we would be happy to assist you. If you create the correct information for us, we would like to publish it here. The source link is attached.

      1. Mark G says:

        This ship is a re-boxing of Revell’s Fletcher class destroyer kit. These surplus navy destroyers were sold to West Germany in 1958. That Wiki article is for a different ship.–106348

        1. Hulk says:

          Thank you for the detailed information. I will update based on this information.

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