Orient Express Sleeping Car N°3533 LX
Questo unico kit vi porterà a bordo del mitico Orient Express. All'interno della scatola troverete la stessa atmosfera della vera carrozza. Boiserie, moquette e tessuti sono stati tratti da disegni originali per garantire la massima accuratezza.
La scala 1:32 assicura che tutti i dettagli siano riprodotti con grande cura e i particolari in pressofusione insieme alla fotoincisione garantiscono la qualità del prodotto. Potrete agganciare la vostra carrozza ad un altro convoglio: le ruote e gli assali in alluminio ruoteranno delicatamente. Il tetto può essere rimosso per meglio mostrare i dettagli interni e per l'applicazione di led.
Il kit contiene una base in MDF e binari in ottone per una perfetta esposizione. Tutte le parti di questo kit sono state approvate dalla Compagnie des Wagon-Lits.
La scatola contiene:
Telaio carrozza e carrelli in ottone fotoinciso e pressofusione, finestrini pre-tagliati in acetato, foglio decals e striscie adesive per riprodurre la livrea originale, listelli di noce e tiglio per la boiserie, pareti carrozze in compensato di betulla tagliato al laser, 6 tavole tecniche, 2 fogli a colori per il rivestimento dei sedili e delle pareti. Istruzioni di montaggio in 2 volumi a colori vi guideranno in ogni fase della costruzione.
The French Bleriot XI was one of the emblematic aircraft of the pioneering era, and won fame on the 25th of July 1909 when Louis Blériot successfully crossed the English Channel from Calais to Dover in 36 minutes and 30 seconds.
Designed by Louis Blériot and Raymond Saulnier, the Bleriot XI was a light, sleek monoplane built using oak and poplar wood with cloth-covered wings, and was powered by very reliable, simple Anzani 3-cylinder 25 HP engine.
The plane's sporting achievements, robustness, functionality and piloting ease contributed greatly to its commercial success, and it was actually the first aircraft in the history of flight to be used in war, when Italian Capitano Piazza piloted a Bleriot during the Libyan campaign between 1911 and 1912.
A magnificently detailed model of an American stage coach, the kind from the ""Wild West"" .
A full complement of luggage and two Winchester rifles (wood and brass) are included with the kit, together with fake leather material for the seats, brass buckles for the leather straps on both the luggage and carriage itself, and even a padlock for the money chest.
Chassis components made from laser-cut solid walnut, three sets of photo etched details, full colour decal set, instruction book and complete set of plans.
A beautiful detailed Egyptian style carriage, built for Maria Cristina of Bourbon in 1819 for the Carnival Gala in Turin.
The Egyptian carriage kit includes pre-cut wooden details; lathe turned wooden spokes and uprights; gilt decorations; velvet paper for upholstery and metal accessories; detailed plans and instructions.
The first windmills appeared around 1300 years ago.
In Europe, early windmills developed in the Middle Ages and were usually fixed directly on the walls of the cities.
Later, swivelling heads were developed so they could be kept constantly turned into the wind. As they evolved, windmills were used in a wide range of industries, from traditional flour milling to sawmills and, by installing Archimedes screws, pumping stations.
With the advent of the industrial revolution, windmills gradually gave way to steam power and internal combustion engines.
Today, the search for renewable energy has given renewed importance to wind power for generating electricity, and windmills have been given a new name: wind turbines.
B1710 /01 - Dutch windmill 1:30