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Easter Bunny Barrow 3D Puzzle
Supplied in Kit form
Completed Model Size: 140x65x108mm
11 Parts
Glue required
Simple assembly
ZAR45.00
Easter Bunny 3D Puzzle
Supplied in Kit form
Completed Model Size: 75x60x135mm
3 Parts
Glue not required
Simple assembly
ZAR35.00
Easter Bunny Box with Handle 3D Puzzle
Supplied in Kit form
Completed Model Size: 114x99x119mm
13 Parts
Glue required
Simple assembly
ZAR70.00
Land Rover Defender 3D Puzzle (Brown)
Supplied in Kit form
Completed Model Size: 200x100x120mm
130 Parts
Glue required
Instructions Included

Model is loosely based on the real/full size item as described below.

Key additional details of source item

The Land Rover Defender was manufactured by Land Rover from 1990 and thereafter by Jaguar Land Rover. It's predecessor (name re-badge due to release of the Land Rover Discovery) was the Land Rover 90, Ninety, (compact SUV) 110, One Ten, 127 and 130 (Mid-sized SUV) The numbers indicated the wheelbase length in inches.

It is a front engined four-wheel drive vehicle. It was originally developed in the 1980's off the original Land Rover series. It was offered in various body styles including the 3 door 4x4 (the puzzle is based off), 5 door 4x4, 2 door single cab pickup, 4 door double cab pickup, 2 door hardtop.

There were numerous engines available from the 2.8L BMW Petrol to the 2.5L Td5 Turbodiesel I5.

Transmission options were the 5-speed LT77 manual, 5-speed R380, 4-speed ZF 4HP22 automatic and the 6-speed GFT MT-82 manual.

The Land Rover Defender has been used by many military forces. The British Police extensively use the Land Rover Defender.

ZAR255.00
ATV 3D Puzzle
Supplied in Kit form
Completed Model Size: 280x170x160mm
66 Parts
Glue required
Instructions Included

Model is loosely based on the real/full size item as described below.

Key additional details of source item

The ATV 3D Puzzle is based on the All Terrain Vehicle , also known as a quad, three-wheeler, four-track, four-wheeler, or quadricycle. It is a vehicle that travels on low-pressure tires, with a seat that is straddled by the operator, along with handlebars for steering control. It operates like a motorcycle, but the extra wheels give more stability at slower speeds. Engine sizes of ATVs range from 49 to 1,000 cc. Suzuki, Honda, Yamaha are three of the main manufacturers of ATVs.

They are used in a variety of industries for their maneuverability and off-roading ability including agriculture, border patrol, construction, emergency medical services, land management, law enforcement, military, mineral and oil exploration, pipeline management, search and rescue, forestry, surveying and wild land fire control as well as in Sport and Recreational activities.
ZAR230.00
Bone Shaker Car 3D Puzzle
Supplied in Kit form

190 Parts
Glue required
Instructions Included

Model is loosely based on the real/full size item as described below.

Key additional details of source item

The Boneshaker 3D Puzzle is loosely based off the popular Hot Wheels designs, featuring numerous exhausts, massive wheels, skull front end and engraved flames.
ZAR270.00
Wasp Large 3D Puzzle
A Very Large Wasp
Supplied in Kit form
25 Parts
Glue required
Instructions Included

Model is loosely based on the real/full size item as described below.

Key additional details of source item


The Wasp 3D Puzzle could also be viewed as a queen bee due to its extended abdomen which is longer than the worker and male bees. It is intended to be hung from the ceiling using strong string/fishing line attached to the top of the thorax (between the head and abdomen) by drilling a small attaching hole.
ZAR235.00
Sports Car M1 3D Puzzle
Supplied in Kit form
49 Parts
Glue required
Instructions Included

Model is loosely based on the real/full size item as described below.

Key additional details of source item

The Sports Car M1 is a futuristic open top bubble type sports car with a tail spoiler. Its key features are enhanced by the curved front bonnet and rear windscreen.
ZAR135.00
Nascar 3D Puzzle
Supplied in Kit form
Completed Model Size: 255x100x65mm
99 Parts
Glue required
Instructions Included

Model is loosely based on the real/full size item as described below.

Key additional details of source item

The Nascar 3D Puzzle is based off the auto racing vehicles used by the competitors in the US based National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing. NASCAR was founded in 1948. NASCAR has sanctioned over 1500 races at over 100 tracks in the USA including Canada, Mexico, and Europe as well as presenting races in Japan and Australia. Its races are typically broadcasted in over 150 countries.


ZAR250.00
Cessna Airplane 3D Puzzle
Supplied in Kit form
46 Parts
Glue required
Instructions Included

Model is loosely based on the real/full size item as described below.

Key additional details of source item

The Cessna 3D Puzzle is based off the Cessna 172 Skyhawk manufactured by the original company named Cessna Aircraft Company (now a subsidiary of Textron) of which is in the Aerospace Industry. It is an American 4 seater, single engined high fixed wing aircraft. It was first flown in 1955 and is the most successful flown aircraft. Over 44000 have been built to date. It's primary role is as a Civil Utility Aircraft. It is an improved tricycle landing gear variant of the 170 version. The are over 20 subsequent versions of the 172 denoted by the alpha suffix in the version number. eg. 172R
Typical key performance ratings: 
Cruise Speed: 226 km/h
Stall Speed: 87 km/h
Never Exceed Speed: 302 km/h
Range: 1289 km (with 45 minute reserve @ 55% power @ 12000 ft)
Service Ceiling: 4100m
Rate of Climb: 3.66 m/s
ZAR135.00
Model T Ford 3D Puzzle
Supplied in Kit form
Completed Model Size: 125x72x100mm
94 Parts
Glue required
Instructions Included

Model is loosely based on the real/full size item as described below.

Key additional details of source item

The Model T Ford (also known as the Tin Lizzie, Leaping Lena, Jitney or Flivver) was manufactured by the Ford Motor Company between 1908 and 1927. Due to Henry Ford's efficient fabrication and assembly line processes it was generally regarded as the first affordable automobile. Only days after its first release 15000 orders were placed. Over 16.5 Million were sold. 

Henry Ford made the following statement in regards to the vehicle.
"I will build a motor car for the great multitude. It will be large enough for the family, but small enough for the individual to run and care for. It will be constructed of the best materials, by the best men to be hired, after the simplest designs that modern engineering can devise. But it will be so low in price that no man making a good salary will be unable to own one – and enjoy with his family the blessing of hours of pleasure in God's great open spaces"

Another well known quote from Henry Ford's autobiography states:"Any customer can have a car painted any color that he wants so long as it is black"
But in the first years of production the Model T was NOT actually available in black, rather in grey, green, blue and red. It was only in 1914 that his above policy was implemented. During the lifetime production of the Model T over 20 different types of black paint were used on various parts of the vehicle, in order to facilitate efficient application methods since each type had different drying times.

The Model T was powered by a 177 Cubic Inch (2.9L) 20 HP I4 (Inline four-cylinder) engine with a 2 speed planetary gear transmission and had a top speed of 40 to 45 mph.
The engine was capable of running on gasoline, ethanol or kerosene due to the low voltage magneto ignition system.

ZAR145.00
VW Kombi Pickup 3D Puzzle
Supplied in Kit form
Completed Model Size: 300x140x125mm
79 Parts
Glue required
Instructions Included

Model is loosely based on the real/full size item as described below.

Key additional details of source item

The VW Kombi Pickup (Type 1 or 2 depending on body type) was the second generation of the "Transporter"/"Kombi" or "Microbus" vehicle manufactured by Volkswagen in Germany, Mexico, Brazil and Argentina between 1967 and 1979 and had many variants. The first generation had a distinctive split front windshield whilst the second generation windshield was slightly larger and heavier.

It had various powertrains ranging from a 1.6Lt B4 Petrol engine to a 2.0lt B4 Petrol engine with 4-speed manual or 3-speed automatic transmissions.
ZAR300.00
Planes Set of 6 Minis 3D Puzzles
6 Mini Planes Supplied in Kit form
Models: F14, F15, F16, FW190D, P38, Spitfire
Completed Total Models Size: 420x240x40mm
20 Parts
Glue required
Instructions Included

Models are loosely based on the real/full size item as described below.

Key additional details of source item/s
F14: Manufactured by Grumman Aerospace Corporation, first flight in 1970 and retired in 2006 by United States Navy but possibly still operational elsewhere today. It was a two-seat, twin-engine supersonic, twin-tailed fighter aircraft with variable automatic sweep wings during high speed intercept. Initially powered by two Pratt & Whitney TF30 Turbofan Engines, rated at 20900 lb (93kN) of thrust allowing a maximum speed of Mach 2.34, but 28% of all accidents were attributed to the engine. Later versions were equipped with GE F-110 engines with same rated top speed.

F15: Manufactured by McDonnell Douglas (now Boeing), first flight in 1972 and is still in operation today. There were single and two seat versions. Earlier versions were powered by twin Pratt & Whitney F100-PW-100 engines and later by the improved F100-PW-200 engines. According to sources there have been no aerial combat related losses. During a training flight in 1983, a mid-air collision with a A4-Skyhawk caused a F-15's right wing to almost completely shear off. However the pilot managed to safely reach and land at an airbase nearby. The aircraft was successfully repaired and was engaged back into active service.

F16: Manufactured by General Dynamics (now Lockheed Martin), first flight in 1974 and is still in operation today. There were single and two seat versions. Earlier versions were powered by the Pratt & Whitney F100-PW-200 engine and later by F100-PW-220, F100-PW-220/220E, GE F110-GE-100, GE F110-GE-129, F100-PW-229 and GE F110-GE-132 in various block series configurations.

FW190D: Manufactured by Focke-Wulf in Germany, first flight in 1939 and retired in 1945. It was a single-seat, single piston engine fighter aircraft. Most versions were powered by the BMW 801 radial engine.

P38: Manufactured by Lockheed Martin, first flight in 1936 and retired in 1961. 
It was a single-seat, twin piston-engined fighter aircraft. They were powered by variants of the GE Allison V-1710 engine including the V12s, V-1710F-17, some experienced detonation when operated at high power for extended periods.

Spitfire: Manufactured by Supermarine, first flight in 1939 and retired in 1965. 
It was a single-seat, single piston-engined fighter aircraft. They were powered by variants of the Rolls-Royce Goshawk engine, later the Rolls-Royce PV-XII V-12 (later named the "Merlin") engine and the Rolls-Royce Griffin engine.





ZAR135.00
Catapult 3D Puzzle
Supplied in Kit form
Completed Model Size: 120x90x140mm
21 Parts
Glue not required but recommended
Instructions Included

Model is loosely based on the real/full size item as described below.

Key additional details of source item

The Catapult 3D Puzzle is based off the typical ancient and medieval "siege engines". It is a ballistic device used to launch a projectile great distances using a bow or cantilever-type spring to provide the energy required. 
ZAR135.00
Dolls House 3D Puzzle (White)
White Version (Single White Faced)
Supplied in Kit form

Completed Model Size: 420x175x460mm
162 Parts
Glue required for Furniture Only
Instructions Included
Hinges not included. DIY Pivot Hinge Instructions Included.
Add on Furniture Packs available soon
ZAR640.00
Armored Truck 3D Puzzle
Supplied in Kit form
Completed Model Size: 215x85x100mm
132 Parts
Glue required
Instructions Included

Model is loosely based on the real/full size item
Functional dolly suspension
ZAR285.00
Star Wars X-Wing Starfighter 3D Puzzle
Supplied in Kit form
Completed Model Size: 375x355x130mm
265 Parts

Model is loosely based on the fictional full size item as described below.
Key additional details of source item. NB. All details are fictional!

The X-wing starfighter is a fictional spacecraft from the original and sequel Star Wars trilogies and the Star Wars expanded universe. Designed and manufactured by the Incom Corporation, they were designed to fit in between the Z-95 and the larger ARC-170, and are primarily depicted as the primary space superioritylight escort and reconnaissance craft of the Rebel Alliance, the New Republic and the Resistance. Known as the fighter that killed the Death Star, the X-wing is armed with four laser cannons and two proton torpedo launchers, deflector shields, Class-1 superliminal hyperdrive, an astromech to aid in rudimentary repairs and navigation, and full life support system; all of which allowed for extended multi-role missions that required extreme versatility and combat performance, offering a refined balance of speed, durability, and lethality. The craft has been merchandised as a variety of toys, models licensed for use in games, novels and comics.

Key features:
Armaments: 
4x Taim & Bak KX9 laser cannons
2x Krupx MG7 proton torpedoes

Defenses:
Chepat deflector shield projector
Layered hull armor

Propulsion:
Class-1 Hyperdrive

Length: 12.5 m
ZAR485.00
Eiffel Tower Large 3D Puzzle
Supplied in Kit form
Completed Model Size: 170x170x600mm
30 Parts
Glue required
Instructions Included

Model is loosely based on the real/full size item as described below.

Key additional details of source item

The Eiffel Tower 3D Puzzle is based off the Eiffel Tower wrought-iron lattice tower on the Champ de Mars in Paris France.  It is the tallest structure in Paris being 324m high and is the second tallest free-standing structure in France after the Millau Viaduct. Construction was completed in 1889. 60 Tons of paint is applied every seven years to prevent it from rusting.

More than 250 Million people have visited the tower making it the most-visited paid monument in the world. 
ZAR495.00
Toyota Land Cruiser BJ45 Pickup 3D Puzzle - Now available in white
Supplied in Kit form
Completed Model Size: 395x150x150mm
105 Parts
Glue required
Instructions Included

Model is loosely based on the real/full size item as described below.

Key additional details of source item

The Toyota Land Cruiser was manufactured by the Japanese automobile company Toyota. The Japanese Military authorities found a American Jeep when occupying the Philippines in 1941 and subsequently ordered Toyota to manufacture a similar but altered appearance version. The prototype (Model AK) led to the Yon-Shiki Kogata Kamotsu-Sha (type 4 compact cargo truck) In 1954 (due to claims of trademark violation) it was renamed to Land Cruiser.

The BJ-45 Series (what this puzzle is derived from) is completely different to the original AK10 and has none of the original AK10 mechanical parts from it.

The BJ series was mainly offered in 3.4 Lt six-cylinder OVH Four-Stroke Petrol engine and a 3.9 Lt Type F Petrol engine (but was also available in diesel versions), and was in a front engined, rear-wheel-drive configuration.

The Land Cruiser was manufactured in various four-wheel drive configurations from 1951 to present day. It is the company's longest running series of models.

The Heritage edition, introduced in 2019 as part of the 60th anniversary of the introduction of the FJ40 will only have 1200 vehicles built and only be available in the USA.

NB. White version has single white faced sided panels.

ZAR380.00
Windmill 3D Puzzle (Brown)
Supplied in Kit form
Completed Model Size: 220x180x300mm
130 Parts
Glue not required but recommended
Instructions Included

Model is loosely based on the real/full size item as described below.

Key additional details of source item

The Windmill 3D Puzzle is based on the typical style of Windmills found in the Netherlands. Windmills first appeared in Persia in the 9th century AD, and were later independently invented in Europe. The purpose of a Windmill is to convert the energy of the wind into rotational energy via large vanes called sails or blades. Early windmills were used to mill grain or pump water or in some instances both. Modern windmills are used to convert the energy of the wind into electrical energy and are referred to as Wind Turbines.
ZAR235.00
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