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Modern Aircraft

The reason behind the price of our kits is that we have to buy our bricks through the same channels as you would have to, being the general public. There are also some pieces that come at a higher price than others depending on availability and also whether they are retired or not. LEGO® has the advantage of making their own bricks, so all the sets done by custom designers will be higher than sets released by LEGO®. 

  • A-10C Thunderbolt II

    A-10C Thunderbolt II

    How did an aircraft with such a powerful name as the A-10 Thunderbolt II come to be called the A-10 Warthog? Well, just ask it’s aircrews and maintenance personnel. When the last of more than 700 A-10s was built in 1984, the aircrews and...

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  • F-16C Fighting Falcon

    F-16C Fighting Falcon

    F-16C Fighting Falcon:   The aircraft that has put the “force” in the US Air Force for nearly 40 years is Lockheed-Martin’s F-16 Fighting Falcon. Also known as the Viper, this compact, multi-role fighter is highly maneuverable...

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  • F/A-18E Super Hornet

    F/A-18E Super Hornet

    F/A-18E Super Hornet   Have you ever thought of replacing an old cat... with a hornet? We here at Planebricks think that sounds like “Tom” foolery but the US Navy thought is was the cat’s pajamas! Enough buzzing around already, I...

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  • SR-71 Blackbird

    SR-71 Blackbird

      Trivia question: How many SR-71 Blackbirds were hit by a missile in it's service life?    Answer: Zero!   This replacement for the U-2 spy-plane came into the scene on December 22, 1964. Built by Lockheed-Martin at their...

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