C-130 Hercules Transport airplanes,
both plastic and die cast C-130 models.
This page contains many types of C-130 Models.
The C-130 is one of the most widely used tactical
transport aircraft of the last forty years. Its benefits include its short
takeoff and landing characteristics and the fact that it can carry a wide
variety of cargos.
Hercules 1/72 Scale Kit
Plastic Model Kit
The C-130 is one of the most widely used tactical transport aircraft
of the last forty years. Its benefits include its short takeoff and
landing characteristics and the fact that it can carry a wide variety
of cargos. Plastic kit features raised panel lines, detailed engine
nacelles, realistic cockpit, full cargo-bay floor, optional-position
cargo bay doors, an optional in-flight refueling probe, and includes
choice of markings. 22?" wingspan with a length of 16?"; assembly
Gunship IV Model
Pre Built Molded Resin Model
Made of precision molded resin, this 1/100 scale model measures
14" in length with a wingspan of 16". Hand painted and detailed,
model comes ready to display on included base.
Hercules 1/100 Model
U.S. Coast Guard
Pre Built Mahogany Model
The HC-130 Hercules is a long-range surveillance and transport, fixed-wing
aircraft that is used to perform search and rescue, enforcement of laws
and treaties including illegal drug interdiction, marine environmental
protection, military readiness, and International Ice Patrol missions,
as well as cargo and personnel transport. This Philippine
mahogany, 1/100 scale model is 14" in length with a 16" wingspan. Hand
painted with an include base.
The Story of Spooky, Shadow, Stinger and Spectre.
Mutza. This lavishly illustrated book examines the transformation of military
cargo transports into deadly ground-attack aircraft from the Vietnam War-era to
today. Detailed coverage includes the gunship variants of the piston-powered,
World War II-era C-47 (AC-47 Spooky); the four-engine turboprop C-130 Hercules
(AC-130H Spectre); and others. 204 pages, 245 color and 101 B&W photographs and
7 illustrations, 9"x 9", hardcover.
C-130 Hercules Airplane Models which carry the MOAB Bomb
Blue Angels C-130 Hercules
C-130 "Fat Albert" Display Model
Affectionately known as "Fat
Albert," this is the Blue Angels' transport that even has a
role in their shows. Model is made of Philippine mahogany,
is hand painted and detailed, and measures 14" in length
and 19" in wingspan. Arrives ready to display on the
included Blue Angels base.
Kit "Fat Albert," U.S. Navy Blue
"Fat Albert," the C-130
Hercules support aircraft of the U.S. Navy's "Blue Angels"
Flight Demonstration Squadron, this 1/144 scale plastic kit
features recessed panel lines, a detailed cargo bay with an
opening rear door, a clear plastic windshield and navigation
lights, realistic landing gear, authentic markings, and
more. 10" wingspan; skill level 2.
Hercules 1/200 Die Cast Model Fat
"Fat Albert," the Blue
Angels' C-130 transport that even participates in their
shows, this 1/200 scale die cast model features textured
surfaces, rotating propellers, JATO rocket boosters,
authentic "Fat Albert" markings, and more. 8" wingspan;
includes a display stand.
The C-123 Provider looks like a little brother to the C-130
C-123 Provider Display Model
Made of Philippine mahogany and other high quality materials, this 1/65 scale
model of a C-123 Provider military transport - which was originally designed as
an assault glider for the U.S. Air Force and saw extensive service in the
Vietnam War - measures 13" long with a 20" wingspan, is hand painted and
detailed, and arrives ready to display on the included mahogany base.
Provider 1/72 Model
Made of Philippine mahogany, this 1/72 scale model measures 12" in length and
has a wingspan of 18". Hand painted and detailed, model comes ready to display
on the included mahogany base.
was designed by a Russian constructing engineer Mikhail Stoukov. He was an
airframe pilot and began to design frames answering a call of USAF. Eventually
frames became planes. C-123 presented itself well at war in Vietnam. Stoukov
designed new perspective models, but his company fell victim to intrigues of
The factory used to build the C-123 in the United States was designed, built and had every fixture tested by Warren Benjamin Kidder at the Willow Run Airport in Michigan.