May 21, 2013:
We're back from our first
Wonderfest. Great show! It felt good to finally be able to "press the
flesh" with flesh-and-blood customers and fellow sci-fi modelers.
At the show we introduced
three kits now available in the
Virtual Museum Store.
The first is the 1:48
Tremulis Zero Fighter, a rocket-powered high-altitude
interceptor designed in 1944 by famed automotive designer Alex Tremulis.
Mastered by Scott Lowther and cast by Acme Design, this 21-piece kit
with detachable fighter is available now for $85.00 plus shipping.
Next is the 1:2500
Federation B-Class Waystation
designed by "Star Trek" illustrated Meni for the 2006 "Star Trek: Ships
of the Line' calendar. Mastered and cast exclusively for Fantastic
Plastic Models by Millennia Models International (MMI), this beautiful
26-piece kit is available now for just $55.00 plus shipping.
And finally, we're thrilled
to introduce our 1:72
Qaher 313, Iran's so-called "next
generation" stealth fighter that debuted amidst much fanfare in early
February. Quickly exposed as an obvious fraud, the design nontheless
makes for a spiffy, if not unique model kit for aficionados of bizarre
aircraft. It's just $70.00 plus shipping.
We also have three new 1:144
B5 adversary fighters that we're only selling via "private sale" to our
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May 7, 2013:
Our next release, the 1:48
Zero Fighter U.S. Army High-Altitude Interceptor project
from 1944, has been added to Concept Aircraft/1940s. The kit, which
we're offerig for $85.00 plus shipping, will be available for general
sale following Wonderfest (May 18-19). You can reserve your copy now by
emailing us at
FantasticPlast@aol.com. Also debuing at
Wonderfest: The B5
Minbari Fighter in 1:114. This kit
will sell for $55.00. After WF, it will only be available via private
sale to our e-newsletter subscribers.
May 5, 2013:
Here's another pending
Wonderfest release: The
Federation B-Class Waystation in
1:2500. This kit is based on an illustration featured in "Star Trek:
Ships of the Line," published in 2006. The kit will sell for $55.00.