Freightdog Models are working on an intriguing project at the moment: a resin 1/72 scale Supermarine 327 Shrew
Freightdog Models has announced he is to release a 1/144 resin modification to produce a What If Multi-Role VC-10's
Freightdog has re-released its 1/72 Supermarine Spitfire PR.XI conversion
Coming at a good time Freightdog Models hands out a 20% discount20% discount on decals only until 10th July. Heads up folks!
Freightdog Models has another set of items in 1:72 up for sale. Resin & decals from various eras.
Great news Freightdog Models ia offering a 15% discount on website items not previously included in other offers.
Freightdog continues to offer decent resin and conversion parts for kits in multiple eras.
Freightdog offers a great discount on all plastic kits to start the new year!
Freightdog has released an interesting 1/72 conversion for a Fleet Air Arm Avenger Electronic Counter Measure aircraft. These were interim aircraft before the introduction of the Skyraider and then the Gannet.
Freightdog has produced a fine looking resin propeller for the Airfix 1/72 spitfire Mk 22. Fancy creating a Mk 24 from the same kit? Then Freightdog has just released a conversion set for that as well.
Freightdog has been busy producing some fine looking 1/72 resin accessories for the Tornado GR.4 and the Jaguar GR.1/1A/3/3A
Freightdog Models has released a new 1/72 decal title “Brits at Sea Part.II”. It features a selection of Fleet Air Arm aircraft from 1948 to 1955.
Pegasus has released a couple of limited edition wood grain effect decals in 1/72 scale. The sheets come in dark or light varnished wood. Get them before they disappear.
There are some interesting 1/72 resin releases from Freightdog including a undercarriage set for the Hawker Hunter, TIALD and DJRP pods as well as F-16 conformal fuel tanks.
Colin from Freightdog Models is to repeat a special offer of free decals with ever purchase over £40. Four decal sheets are available with this offer.
Freightdog has announced a number of 1/72 resin releases including drop tanks for the A-4 Skyhawk and Sea Harrier, smoke pods for the BAe Hawk and engine fronts for the Canberra.
Freightdog has sent in some images for their current new releases!
From the company owner.
We have a special offer this weekend !!!"
Freightdog Models has released a rather nice looking resin set for the newly tooled Airfix 1/72 A-4B. It features ordinance and some external details for an Argentinean aircraft during the Falklands War. It will be particularly useful for the dogfight double release that is out at the moment.
Freightdog has released a revised 1/48 decal sheet that covers some of interesting a fighters based overseas for RAF just after WWII. This release is limited to 150 copies only. If you are a fan of late mark Spits or P-47’s in RAF service, then this is well worth a look.
Freightdog Models has released a 1/72 resin conversion set for the Hawker Hunter F.4. The Hunter F.4 was important in that it was the first Hunter to be able to carry bombs and fuel tanks under the wing.
Freightdog Models has released an excellent looking resin five bladed prop for the Griffon powered 1/72 Spits produced by AZ models. Also included is a replacement upper cowl.
Freightdog Models have released some interesting resin improvements for the 1/72 scale model kits.
Freightdog have announced the future release of a set of 1/48 decals titled 'German Jets Pt.I - RAFG Hawker Hunters'. If you are not sure the RAFG stands for Royal Air Force Germany.
Under their WWI “Blue Max” series, Freightdog Models is going to release a high quality resin conversion set for the Sopwith Comic Camel nightfighter. The conversion will include silkscreen printed decals by Fantasy Printshop. The conversion is for the Eduard 1/48 Sopwith F.1 Camel.
Freightdog models have re stocked on their excellent looking 1/72 resin SR.53, which proved to be very popular after its release late last year.
Marking the 30th Anniversary of Pegasus Models in 2012, Freightdog plan to re-release the original 1/72 German Lozenge sheets that have proved so popular in the past. Currently available are four colour upper and lower sheets, with the blue Naval lozenge due any day now.
Freightdog has sent us a bit of aftermarket fun for some 1:72 kits.
Here is a new set of 1:48 decals coming from Freightdog.
Released tomorrow is a joint venture featuring resin conversion parts by Freightdog, and screen printed decals by Airdecal.
Latest releases from Freightdog Models are two sets of decals that cover post war RAF aircraft home and abroad. These sheets catch the very last days of piston aircraft in RAF front line service. Freightdog describe their latest products: