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.

Added 11th January 2022

DH.95 Flamingo (G-AGCC & Lady of Glamis)
BAe Harrier Gr.3/AV-8A/ASV-8C ‘Special Markings’ new decal options
de Havilland DH-100 Vampire Mk.5
Northrop T-38C Heritage Schemes
Bell UH-1Y ‘Venom’ U.S Marines
TG-16A USAF Glider

Added 2nd January 2022

Boeing/Lockheed-Martin F-22A RAPTOR DETAIL-UP SET B (designed to be used with Academy kits) WAS £58.99. NOW BEING CLEARED!! HALF PRICE!!!
Supermarine Spitfire Mk.VB with the ‘Aboukir’ filter WAS £13.70. TEMPORARILY SAVE 1/3RD!!!
North-American F-6C ‘Photo-recce Mustang’ WAS £13.70. TEMPORARILY SAVE 1/3RD!!!
Messerschmitt Bf-109F-4/R1 ‘Cannon Pod’ filter WAS £13.70. TEMPORARILY SAVE 1/3RD!!!
Messerschmitt Bf-109E-4 ‘Aces over the Channel’ WAS £13.70. TEMPORARILY SAVE 1/3RD!!!
RAF Blue Steel servicing crew (six figures in protective clothing)-3D printed resin figures (designed to be used with AIM – Rug Rat Resins kits) (designed to be used with Airfix kits)[Avro Vulcan B.2]
BAC/EE Canberra B.2/B.20 Tow Bar (designed to be used with Airfix kits)
GE-330 Lockheed Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird starter cart – Late version with Chevrolet 454 LS-7 engine and exhaust pipes which were widely separated underneath as individual pipes (designed to be used with Italeri, Revell and Testors kits)

Added 1st January 2022

Heinkel He 111 Z-1 Zwilling
Large German special purpose aircraft of the Second World War designed to tow heavy gliders. It was based on the He 111H front-line bomber, two of which were combined in one aircraft with a common wing centre-plane and an additional fifth engine to improve flight performance, primarily enabling the aircraft to haul heavy gliders. Twelve He 111Zs were built in 1941-1942, which were delivered to a special squadron. Their main purpose was the rapid air transport of troops or large volumes of cargo. Aircraft of this type took part in transporting supplies to the Stalingrad region; in the evacuation of personnel from Crimea; and later they had to operate on the Western Front. By the end of the war, there were only four surviving He 111Zs. Even at this time the idea of using them as long-range bombers was considered, but these intentions were never realised in the rapidly deteriorating war situation.
Markings for 2 aircraft:
(1) He 111Z DG+DY, Eastern Front, Battle for Stalingrad, 1942-43;
(2) He 111Z TH+ZI, Eastern Front, Crimea, Spring 1943.

BAe Sea Harrier FRS.1 screens OFF 3D Full colour Instrument Panels – (designed to be used with Kinetic Model kits)
Grumman F-14A Tomcat ‘screens off’ – 3D Full colour Instrument Panel – (designed to be used with Tamiya kits)
Re-released! Mil Mi-24D HIND D Limited edition kit of Soviet attack helicopter Mil Mi-24D in 1/48 scale. Focused on machines used by Czechoslovakm Czech and Slovak Air Force. – plastic parts: Zvezda – marking options: 10 – decals: Eduard – PE parts: yes, pre-painted – painting ma. The plastic parts are originally intended for the Mi-24V version, but this kit includes a set of conversion parts for the Mi-24D version made by direct 3D printing. The kit also includes Falanga missiles which are a product of the new Eduard 3D printing workshop. The kit includes a publication focusing on the Mi-24D version in the Czechoslovak and Czech Air Force in Czech language. This is a reduced and revised version of a larger publication we previously released as part of the HIND 1/72 kit. Zvezda does not offer the Mi-24D version.
Boeing AH-64D/DJ Apache Helicopter
American-built advanced multi-role combat helicopter. Reboxed Revell/Ace Corporation kit with new US Army and Japanese Ground Self-Defence Force decals.
Markings for 3 aircraft:
(1) US Army AH-64D 01-5241, C-1-4 ATKHB “Sidewinders”, 4ID, Iraq 2003;
(2) US Army AH-64D 99-5118, C-1-3 Attack Helicopter Battalion “Vipers”, 3ID, Iraq 2003;
(3) JGDSF Air Training School AH-64DJ JG-4501, JGSDF Camp Akeno 2010.
AGM-114 air-to-ground weapon, M261 2.75″ rocket pod and M230E1 30mm chain gun included.