The Hannants line

All modellers know the name Hannants, established over some years to be arguably the UK’s leading mail order modelling company.

This page aims to highlight some of the stand out items we see during our stock trawling on line and will normally be updated weekly.

Lockheed-Martin F-35B Joint Strike Fighter Marking options for all F-35B Lightning II operators – all USMC units flying the type, RAF and Italy. Designed for the Kitty Hawk kit.
Grumman F-14 Tomcat – The Early Years. Multiple marking options for prototype and test F-14A Tomcats. In this decal sheet, we go back to the first few years of the F-14 and provide markings for prototype and development Tomcats. The ill-fated first prototype (which crashed in its first flight), AIM-54 Phoenix development aircraft (complete with YAIM-54 missile markings!), Pacific Missile Test Center and Patuxent River-based development jets are all here.
As is the norm with our “Early Years” series, we spent many hours to study the subjects depicted on this sheet. Stencilling to build any one of the options is included. While the decals were designed to fit the Fine Molds kit, they should work with any 1/72 scale F-14A kit in the market.
F-14A No.1 prototype BuNo. 157980
F-14A No.2 prototype BuNo. 157981
F-14A No.3 prototype BuNo. 157982
F-14A No.4 prototype BuNo. 157983 (Phoenix Missile System development markings)
F-14A No.4 prototype BuNo. 157983 (PMTC markings)
F-14A No.5 prototype BuNo. 157984
F-14A No.6 prototype BuNo. 157985
F-14A No.8 prototype BuNo. 157987
F-14A No.9 prototype BuNo. 157988 (Naval Missile Center markings)
F-14A No.11 prototype BuNo. 157990
F-14A No.1/X prototype BuNo. 157991 (NASA 991)
F-14A BuNo. 158612
F-14A BuNo. 158616
F-14A BuNo. 158619
Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Ia
KLB (N3180), No. 54 Sq. Kiwi 1, pilot P/O Al Deere. QVI (X4474), No. 19 Sqn., pilot Sgt. Bernard Jennings.
LZ8N (R6800), No. 55 Sqn., pilot S/L Rupert “Lucky” Leigh
Dassault Rafale C 4-GL “Rafale Solo Display 2017”
RAF Panavia Tornado GR.4 (3)
Panavia Tornado GR.4,ZD716, ‘DH’ crewed by Flt. Lt. N. Shawyer and Wg. Cdr. M. J. Bressani of 31 Squadron, Royal Air Force, RAF Marham, March, 2019.
Panavia Tornado GR.4, ZG752, crewed by Sqn. Ldr. I. Dornan and Sqn. Ldr. S. Beardmore of IX(B) & 31 Squadron, Royal Air Force, RAF Marham, March, 2019.
Panavia Tornado GR.4, ZG750, of XV(R) Squadron, Royal Air Force, RAF Lossiemouth, 2016.
Northrop F-5F Tiger II
Bell UH-1 in Vietnam War
UH-1H, 67-17336, 13 th Combat Aviation Battalion, Cambodian border, April 1970.
UH-1H, 67-17600, 129th Assault Helicopter Company, Lane AAF, An Son, April 1971.
UH-1H, 66-16415, 187th Assault Helicopter Company, Tay Ninh, summer 1971.
UH-1D, 64-13493 175 th Assault Helicopter Company, Vinh long, 1967.
UH-1H, 69-15358, 71st Assault Helicopter Company, Chu Lai, September 1970.
UH-1D, 66-00829, 187th Assault Helicopter Company , Tay Ninh, 1967.
UH-1C, 66-15013, 114th Assault Helicopter Company, Vinh Long, 1968.
UH-1C, 66-15141, 175th Assault Helicopter Company, Vinh Long, 1969.
Lockheed F-104 Starfigter / 72-421 /
1. F-104G 20+02 belonged to JBG 32. The code ‘A’ was unusual on Luftwaffe fighter-bombers at that time. (via Terry Panapolis).

2. RF-104G Starfighter,AE-235,AG51, Federal German Air Force (Luftwaffe). Dark Grey RAL 7012 (FS 26152) and Dark Green RAL 6014 (FS 34079 upper surfaces with Light Grey RAL 7001 (FS 26373) undersides. National markings in six positions; note fin fiash
covered over by Canadian flag.

3. F-104 G Starfighter, DB+109,JB 32, Federal German Air Force (Luftwaffe). (FS 26152), ( FS 34079), upper surfaces with Aluminum RAL 9006 undersides. National markings in standard six positions; medium blue band around nose.

4. F-104 G Starfighter, 26+03,JG 36, Luftwaffe.

5. F-104G Starfighter, 22+89, MFG 1, Marineflieger.

6. F-104G Starfighter, 24+33, MFG 2, Marineflieger.

7. F-104 G Starfighter, 22+59,JGB 31, Federal German Air Force (Luftwaffe).

8. F-104 G DC+234, JG 33, Federal German Air Force (Luftwaffe).

9. TF-104 G Starfighter, 26+30, JG 34, Luftwaffe.

10. F-104G Starfighter, JD+120, JG 74, Federal German Air Force (Luftwaffe), Neuburg, 1966.

11. F-104G Starfighter, 26+63, of the “Vikings” aerobatic team, Marineflieger.
De Havilland FB Vampire
Vampire FB.5, VZ 106 ‘F’ No 6 Sqn., Deversoir, Egypt, 1949.
Vampire FB.5, VV 694 ‘D’,of No 213 Sqn., Deversoir, Egypt, 1950.
Vampire FB.5, VZ 180 ‘K’ of No 213 Sqn., Deversoir, Egypt, 1950.
Vampire FB.5, VV 229 EG-H of No 16 Sqn., Gutersloh, Germany, 1948.
Vampire FB.5, VV 451 XC-F of No 26 Sqn., Wunsdorf, Germany, 1950.
Vampire FB.5, VV 472 J5-L of No 3 Sqn., Gutersloh, Germany, 1948.
Vampire FB.5, VV 557 EG-H of No 16 Sqn., Celle, Germany, 1950.
Vampire F.3. VV 196 of No 32 Sqn., Nicosia, Cyprus 1949.
Vampire F.1. VF/279 J5-T of No 3 Sqn., Gutersloh, Germany 1948.
DH.60X seaplane (in RNZAF service)
Percival Proctor Mk.III in civil service
Percival Proctor Mk.I
BAe Harrier GR.1/3 (Please note: Originally advertised as AV-8A)
McDonnell-Douglas AV-8A Harrier USMC (Please note: Originally advertised as a Harrier GR.1/3)
BAe Harrier Gr.3 NEW TOOL IN 2013. WAS £18.99. NOW FINISHED!! TEMPORARILY SAVE 1/3RD!!!
Scottish-Aviation Twin Pioneer (RAF) Decals RAF Benson 1964 and RAE Boscombe Down 1965-1975 WAS £46.20. TEMPORARILY SAVE 1/3RD!!!
RAF Delivery Lockheed C-130K Hercules (to fit Zvezda kit)
Hawker Tempest Mk.V new tool in 23021. Expected: Autumn 2021
DHC Chipmunk T.10 Expected: Spring 2021
Miles Master Mk.I includes 150 inject plastic parts, 22 photo-etched parts, masks for clear parts. The decal consist of 4 options
.M.A. IA-58A Pucara (expected late Feb/early March)
HMS Eagle 1945-1972 Decal ‘Part 1’
Fairey Firefly FR.5; WB259, ‘288/J’ of 825 NAS, HMS Eagle 1953
Grumman Avenger AS.1: XB396, ‘362’ of 815 NAS, HMS Eagle 1954
Westland Wyvern S.4; VZ794, ‘131/J’ of 827 NAS, HMS Eagle 1955
Sea Hawk FGA.4; WV831, ‘195/J’ of 804 NAS, HMS Eagle 1955
Hawker Sea Hawk FB.5; WN108, ‘455/J’ of 897 NAS, HMS Eagle 1956
Blackburn Buccaneer S.1; XN968, ‘105’ of 800 NAS, HMS Eagle 1960
Gannet AEW.3; XL480, ‘072/E’ of 849 NAS, HMS Eagle 1971
Buccaneer S.2, XV341, ‘112/E’ of 800 NAS HMS Eagle 1970
de Havilland DH.85 Leopard Moth ‘Dilly’ flown by Lt. Humberto da Cruz of the Portuguese Air Force from Portugal to Timor and back to Lisbon in 1934.
de Havilland DH.85 Leopard Moth KLU/RAF version, this airplane survived to the nazi ocupation and at the final stages of the war was intended by the RAF but also with KLu markings
BAe Sea Harrier FRS.1, XZ492/23 (123), operated by No. 800 NAS, aboard the carrier HMS Hermes, South Atlantic 1982 (return scheme).
British Aerospace Sea Harrier FRS.1, XZ455/000 (712), operated by No. 801 NAS, aboard the carrier HMS Invincible, South Atlantic 1982 (return scheme).
British Aerospace Sea Harrier FRS.1, ZA177/77, operated by No. 809 NAS,
board the carrier HMS Hermes, South Atlantic 1982.
British Aerospace Sea Harrier FRS.1, ZA190/009, operated by No. 809 NAS, aboard the carrier HMS Hermes, South Atlantic 1982 (return scheme).
British Aerospace Sea Harrier FRS.1, XZ457/14, operated by No. 899 NAS, aboard the carrier HMS Hermes, South Atlantic 1982 (return scheme).
Messerschmitt Bf-109G-12 Conversion set (ANR service) two seat conversion set with new fuselage etc and all required parts (designed to be used with Fine Molds kits) WAS £19.50. NOW BEING CLEARED!! SAVE 1/3RD!!!
Hawker Hurricane Mk.I Finnish Pt.II (designed to be used with Revell, Airfix and Hasegawa kits) WAS £7.60. NOW BEING CLEARED!! SAVE 1/3RD!!!
RAF Eager Beaver fork-lift truck. A super-detailed model that was used by BAe Harrier and Lockheed C-130 squadrons. The kit features full engine, transmission and lift details of this 4WD load hauling and lifting vehicle.