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Product List: Execuform

Execuform kits are made of vacuformed plastic. Each kit includes one or more sheets of plastic in which the parts have been molded. The modeler then cuts the parts from the sheet and assembles the model. Most Execuform kits are made on convex molds and will *not* show panel lines, but some of the newer kits are made on concave (cavity) molds and will show these exterior details. Most kits include excellent cast resin/metal detail parts, such as guns, props, and landing gear. Most include molded clear plastic canopies. Check the product descriptions (below) for what detail parts are included and the type of mold used for a particular kit.

Most of the kits in this list have hyperlinked images of the kit and the aircraft; just click the link and the image will open in a new browser window, so that you do not lose your place on this page. If you want to know more about a particular kit, please contact us and we will be happy to answer your questions.

EM001 $7.50
 
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Vultee V-1/V-1A airliner - 1/72 - ExecuForm
1/72 scale vacuform model of Vultee's last single-engined, commercial, medium-haul, low-winged transport airliner of the mid-late 1930s. The V-1 first flew on 19 February 1933 and could carry a crew of 2 and 8 passengers to a range of 1,000 miles at a cruising speed of 215 mph. In its day, the V-1A was a record-setting aircraft for a trans-US round trip by Major Jimmy Doolittle, and a New York City to London round-trip by Dick Merrill. Twenty-six V-1 aircraft were built, with American Airlines being the only major US airline operator. This kit makes a medium-sized model with a span of 8-1/2 inches and a length of 6-1/2 inches. This kit is convex-molded and will not show panel lines. This kit has excellent cast resin/metal detail parts and a clear molded canopy; does not include any decals.
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EM002 $9.95
 
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Consolidated PB-2A fighter-bomber - 1/72 - ExecuForm
1/72 scale vacuform model of Consolidated's all metal two-place low-winged monoplane fighter-bomber of the mid-late 1930s. The PB-2A had a wing-span of 43 feet 11 inches, a length of 30 feet, a range of 500 miles and a cruising speed of 215 mph. Fifty production aircraft were built. This kit is convex-molded and will not show panel lines. The kit includes cast resin/metal detail parts, but no decals.
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EM003 $9.95
 
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Bell XFL-1 (Carrier version of P-39) - 1/72 - ExecuForm
1/72 scale vacuform model of the US Navy's experimental carrier version of Bell Aircraft's moderately successful P-39 WWII fighter aircraft. The XFL-1 was essentially a P-39 fighter with two main landing gear, a tail wheel and an arresting hook for carrier operations. It first flew in January 1940 and was turned over to the Army Air Corps for testing in September 1941. Like the P-39, it was hampered by an under-powered engine and coolant over-heating. Subsequently, it was deemed unsuitable for carrier operations--the prototype never went into production. This kit makes a large-sized model with a 9 inch wingspan and a fuselage about 15 inches long. This kit is convex-molded and will not show panel lines. The kit includes cast resin/metal detail parts, but no decals.
Model shop retail price for this kit is $11.25 plus tax! Our price is more than 10% off retail!
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EM004 $9.95
 
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Curtiss XP-46 experimental fighter - 1/72 - ExecuForm
1/72 scale vacuform model of the USAAC's experimental fighter plane--the Curtiss XP-46. The XP-46 was designed in response to an Army Air Corps proposal for an advanced fighter. The XP-46A first flew on 15 February 1941, with inconclusive results due to engine overheating and landing gear door problems. Two prototypes were delivered to the USAAC for official testing in late September, 1941. Subsequent testing was protracted due to a lack of spares and engine over-heating problems. In October, 1942, the XP-46 program was concluded with no production aircraft being made. This kit makes a small-sized model with a 6 inch wingspan and a fuselage about 5 inches long. This kit is convex-molded and will not show panel lines. The kit includes cast resin/metal detail parts, but no decals.
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EM008 $24.95
 
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Douglas XB-43 - experimental jet bomber - 1/72 - ExecuForm
1/72 scale vacuform model of America's first jet-powered bomber--the XB-43. The Douglas XB-43 is important as America's first jet-engine powered bomber. It was developed from the XB-42 "MixMaster" of 1944. Two prototypes were built with the first aircraft flying on 17 May 1946. No production aircraft were built. The XB-43 had a wingspan of 71 feet 2 inches and a length of 51 feet 2 inches and was powered by three jet engines. Cruising speed was 420 mph and max speed was 515 mph with a service ceiling of 38,500 feet. This kit makes a medium-sized model with a 12 inch wingspan and a fuselage about 9 inches long. This kit is cavity-molded and shows excellent panel lines and exterior details. The kit includes cast resin/metal detail parts, but no decals.
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EM010 $24.95
 
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Curtiss XP-87 Black Hawk night-fighter - 1/72 - ExecuForm
1/72 scale vacuform model of the USAF's radar equipped multi-jet powered experimental night-fighter plane--the Curtiss XP87 "Black Hawk". The XP-87 was developed in response to a USAF request for an all-weather jet-powered fighter. Development was crippled by early state-of-the-art sub-systems such as under-powered engines and frequent radar failures. The prototype aircraft achieved 66 hours of flight time during 56 scheduled flight tests. The XP-87 was the LAST Curtiss aircraft design for the USAF. This kit makes a medium-sized model with a 10 inch wingspan and a fuselage about 10 inches long. This kit is convex-molded and will not show panel lines. The kit includes cast resin/metal detail parts, but no decals.
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EM012 $22.95
 
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Lockheed XP-58 Chain Lightning - 1/72 - ExecuForm
1/72 scale vacuform model of the Army Air Corp's experimental 2-engined fighter plane--the XP-58 "Chain Lightning". Designed in 1940 as an technologically advanced successor to the P-38, many chaotic design changes delayed production of a prototype aircraft for 4 years. On 06 June 1944 (D-Day), the XP-58 flew for the first time. The test aircraft made 25 test flights accumulating 19 hours of flight time. Many flight trial problems plagued the XP-58 and the program was abandoned. This kit makes a large model with a 11 inch wingspan and a fuselage about 9-1/2 inches long. This kit is convex-molded and will not show panel lines. The kit includes cast resin/metal detail parts, but no decals.
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EM016 $19.95
 
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Vultee XP-54 Swoose Goose fighter - 1/72 - ExecuForm
1/72 scale vacuform model of the USAAC's experimental high-altitude pursuit plane--the Vultee XP-54. The XP-54 was designed in response to a 1939 Army Air Corps proposal for an unorthodox design technologically advanced pursuit plane. Two prototypes were delivered to the USAAC for official testing with one aircraft achieving 63 hours of flight time and the other making only one test flight. The XP-54 had a wingspan of 53 feet 10 inches, a length of 54 feet 8 inches, a cruising speed of 255 mph and a max speed of 381 mph at an altitude of 36,700 feet. The XP-54 program was concluded with no production aircraft being made. This kit makes a small-sized model with a 6 inch wingspan and a fuselage about 5 inches long. This kit is convex-molded and will not show panel lines. The kit includes cast resin/metal detail parts, but no decals.
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EM017 $12.95
 
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Beechcraft Starship 1 - 1/72 - ExecuForm
1/72 scale vacuform model of Beechcraft's experimental private passenger plane--the Starship 1. This kit makes a small-sized model. This kit is convex-molded and will not show panel lines. The kit includes cast resin/metal detail parts, but no decals.
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EM020 $19.95
 
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Republic XF-84H Thunder-Screech - 1/72 - ExecuForm
1/72 scale vacuform model of the USAF's experimental fighter plane--the Republic XF-84H. This kit makes a medium-sized model. This kit is convex-molded and will not show panel lines. The kit includes cast resin/metal detail parts, but no decals.
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EM026 $24.95
 
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Douglas DC-5 - 1/72 - ExecuForm
1/72 scale vacuform model of Douglas's twin-engined medium-range airliner with tricycle landing gear--the DC-5. This kit makes a large-sized model. This kit is convex-molded and will not show panel lines. The kit includes cast resin/metal detail parts, but no decals.
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EM030 $9.95
 
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Howard DGA 15 - 1/72 - ExecuForm
1/72 scale vacuform model of the 1930s monoplane, the Howard DGA 15. When Ben Howard was asked what the "DGA" stood for, he answered, "Darn Good Airplane!" Many DGA 15s were impressed by the military during WW II and used under the designation UC-71. This kit is convex-molded and will not show panel lines. The kit includes cast resin/metal detail parts, but no decals.
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EM031 $10.95
 
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Vultee A-19 - 1/72 - ExecuForm
1/72 scale vacuform model of the late 1930s attack plane, the Vultee A-19. This kit is convex-molded and will not show panel lines. The kit includes cast resin/metal detail parts, but no decals.
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EM032 $24.95
 
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North American XB-28 - 1/72 - ExecuForm
1/72 scale vacuform model of the Martin XB-28 medium bomber. War priorities delayed production of the first test aircraft until 1942, but by then the military had determined that high-altitude medium bombers were not effective in that combat role. This kit makes a large-sized model. This kit is convex-molded and will not show panel lines. The kit includes cast resin/metal detail parts, but no decals.
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