Tag Archives: Heller
How exciting is it to be told you’re getting a surprise in the mail? It’s very exciting, especially when you know that the surprise is model kits, and that the person sending them has a pretty good read on what it is that you appreciate in a kit. Of course you out there know that […]
If there’s one thing Heller did well, it’s make kits of unique aircraft, especially French and Swedish ones. However, not all their kits are grand slams. Heller also made a line of tiny “cadet’ kits for beginners. One such kit is the awkwardly-scaled 1/170 Noratlas airlifter. It’s a pretty spartan little kit that’s now 50 […]
Heller is the only company that makes a kit of the Mirage IVA supersonic nuclear bomber from the Cold War. While this is an old kit, it’s really quite a good one, and builds up to a sizable model, even in 1/72. Check out France’s “Big Stick” in the Planes section!
Here’s an oddball for you! Check out one of my more recent rescues, the old Heller/Humbrol/Bobcat Harrier T.4, my newest Out of Box Review! You don’t see this kit much today, and once you read this, you’ll know why!
You’d think that it would be easy to get a nice kit of a Bf-109, right? It is, but the Heller version is NOT one of them! Read on for an OOB review you aren’t likely to see anywhere else. Bring the pain!
Hey all! Just got the review for the old Heller 1/72 Lansen up. Told you I built weird stuff, didn’t I! Check it out in the Planes section!