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Brickmania has released a new, limited edition 1/35 P-61B Black Widow LEGO model kit.

The offering reportedly includes 1,214 “genuine new-condition LEGO and BrickArms components,” three custom-printed minifigures, and movable flaps / elevator. The model also includes the type’s rotating dorsal turret with four machine guns.

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Brickmania has released a new, limited edition SBD-5 Dauntless LEGO model kit.

The offering reportedly includes 595 “new-condition LEGO bricks,” two custom-printed minifigures, and retractable landing gear. The model is also said to include several of the type’s key components, such as dive brakes, rear-facing machine guns, three bombs and an arrestor hook.

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Brickmania has released a new, limited edition 1/35 F-4C Phantom LEGO model kit.

The offering reportedly includes 1,290 “new-condition LEGO bricks,” two custom-printed minifigures, retractable landing gear and a detailed cockpit with custom printing. The model also includes representations of armament including four AIM-7E Sparrows, four AIM-9 Sidewinders, two MK-77 napalm canisters and a SUU-16/A gun pod.

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Brickmania has released their impressive, limited edition B-17G LEGO model kit.

As previously reported, the representation of the iconic WW2 bomber includes 3,074 LEGO, and BrickArms elements, 10 custom-printed minifigures, 10 .50 caliber BrickArms machine guns mounted on moving turrets, moving flaps, ailerons, and rudder, retractable landing gear, four bombs with opening bomb bay doors, spinning propellers, a detailed interior, printed elements and a high-quality sticker sheet.

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Brickmania’s latest releases harken back to the dawn of aerial warfare with two of WW1’s most important early fighters: The Nieuport 11 and Fokker E.III.

The Nieuport kit consists of 247 LEGO and BrickArms elements, including a custom-printed French pilot minifigure, a spinning propeller and a BrickArms Lewis Gun. A high-quality sticker sheet is also included. The Fokker E.III kit features 257 LEGO and BrickArms elements, a custom-printed pilot minifigure, moving propeller and stabilator, “authentic” warping cables, a BrickArms Maxim machine gun and a high-quality sticker sheet.

The new, limited edition kits are available individually or as a bundle. Click below to learn more.

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Brickmania is offering the first look at their upcoming, limited edition B-17G Flying Fortress LEGO model kit.

The representation of the iconic WW2 bomber includes 3,074 LEGO, and BrickArms elements, 10 custom-printed minifigures, 10 .50 caliber BrickArms machine guns mounted on moving turrets, moving flaps, ailerons, and rudder, retractable landing gear, four bombs with opening bomb bay doors, spinning propellers, a detailed interior, printed elements and a high-quality sticker sheet.

The kit is reportedly set for release in the second week of May, although it is now available for pre-order. All kits ordered during the pre-order period will reportedly come with boxes and a Certificate of Authentication signed by the model’s designer, Cody Osell.

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Among Brickmania’s April releases is this 1/35 model of the MiG-3, a Soviet WW2 fighter introduced in 1941. The machine was intended to serve as an upgrade to the previous MiG-1 and although built in large quantities, it proved difficult to fly and inadequate in its role as a high-altitude fighter, which resulted in the type being retired from service prior to the end of the conflict.

The new, limited edition Brickmania model reportedly consists of 338 genuine new-condition LEGO elements and includes a custom-printed Soviet pilot minifigure, a high-quality sticker sheet, retractable landing gear and a detailed cockpit.

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The latest release from Brickmania is this 1/35 model kit of the famous X-15, an experimental hypersonic rocket-powered aircraft developed in the 1950s which flew to the edge of space and reached a speed of Mach 6.72, the fastest speed ever recorded in a manned, powered aircraft.

The new, limited edition kit reportedly consists of 467 genuine new-condition LEGO & BrickArms elements and includes deployable airbrakes, retractable landing gear, opening canopy, towing equipment, printed elements and a high-quality sticker sheet.

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Among the latest limited edition releases from Brickmania are 1/35 scale LEGO model kits of the P-51B Mustang and Bell X-1.

The representation of the legendary P-51 reportedly includes 391 genuine new-condition LEGO elements, high quality sticker sheet, custom printed minifigure and retractable landing gear. Meanwhile, the model of the X-1, the first machine to break the sound barrier, includes 319 LEGO parts, a sticker sheet, a 360 degree custom printed minifigure, retractable landing gear, a display stand, and a removable hatch opening to the cockpit.

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The latest limited edition release from Brickmania is a 1/35 scale custom LEGO kit of the MiG-15 – an aircraft considered to be one of the best fighters of the Korean War.

The kit reportedly features 460 genuine new-condition LEGO / BrickArms elements, a custom 360 degree printed North Korean pilot, a sticker sheet with both Soviet and North Korean markings, air brakes, printed gun sights and retractable landing gear.

The F-86 Sabre, the American response to the MiG-15, will also be represented as an upcoming Brickmania kit. A recent update stated that it will be entering production soon, although a final release date has not yet been announced.

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