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Antonov An-225 Mrija

Revell - Nr. 04958 - 1:144

Boxart Antonov An-225 Mrija 04958 Revell


Title:Antonov An-225 Mrija
Released:2018 | Initial release - new tool
Type:Full kit

Box contents

Includes: Plastic sprue, Plastic sprue (clear) 1x, Plastic sprue (white) 1x, Plastic sprue (Clear) 1x, Plastic sprue (white) 1x, Plastic sprue (white) 1x, Plastic sprue (white) 1x, Plastic sprue (white) 1x, Decalsheet (waterslide) 1x

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Decal options

  1. Antonov An-225
    UA Civil Antonov Airlines
    UR 82060
    White, blue, yellow
  2. Antonov An-225
    UA Civil Antonov Airlines
    UR 82060
    White, blue, yellow

Instruction sheets

Download | 12984Kb (.pdf)


Product timeline

Antonov An-225 Mrija (Revell 04958)
New tool



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86.75  DE In stock
USD 101.40
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89.95  DE In stock
USD 105.14
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108.88  CZ In stock
USD 127.27
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120.00  SI In stock
USD 140.27
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124.11  PL In stock
USD 145.07
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USD 108.74
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¥ 12960  JP In stock
USD 120.55
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447.99  PL In stock
USD 120.81
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465.00  PL In stock
USD 125.39
Logo modellbau universe
94.99  DE Out of stock
USD 111.04

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Antonov An-225
Antonov An-225
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after 2 false alarms, got the notice that it's shipped!
20. December 2018 at 18:44:25 Share
Nathan Dempsey That's going to be a monster! Hope you made room on your XL sized shelf...
20. December 2018 at 19:05:09
Gordon Sørensen Looking forward to watching your progress when you get started on it!
20. December 2018 at 19:45:45
lionel_hutz I've only recently started collecting I have a ways to go before I'd even call myself a novice, so this one and the AN-124 will, sadly, remain in the box for some time. Some simpler (& cheaper) models must be sacrificed while I get educated. These things are so big that I want to get down to internal details, articulated doors, ramps flaps and slats - my ambition FAR exceeds my skill. I've also given no thought to where I would display this beastie. Sh*t.
I will, however, post pics of the box art and sprues as soon as it arrives- I definitely don't have the patience keep the cellophane on it.
20. December 2018 at 22:26:26
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Ron Ursem
Got mine today. Huge box with more room than necessary, and it looks like enough space for interior lighting of the model! :)
20. December 2018 at 20:32:11 Share
Piotr Nowik
At last :)
9. January 2018 at 09:23:37 Share
Alexander G. ho-ly sh*t!
24. February 2018 at 20:01:29
Augie O.o
24. February 2018 at 20:57:17
Tarantel this thing is big
12. July 2018 at 16:13:33
Christian Friedenberger I hope she really available this year, she has been announced many times and never realized.
12. July 2018 at 18:36:39
Glenn . I hope it's not ho-ly sh*t Alexander, In fact it should be a great kit! Love to fit one out with the Buran Shuttle on top! :)
2. November 2018 at 08:18:18
Katya Hodgson Well when Ark Models release their 1/144 Buran, you may be able to do just that.
5. December 2018 at 09:45:13
Peter Roehrich I'm lusting after this kit! Reviews say it can be completed with nose up, which is how I'd like to build it :)
5. December 2018 at 11:57:51
Glenn . Sounds great Katya looking forward to it! Just don't mention Modelcollect B-52's to me I'm VERY ANGRY with them a second time! Total fools!
10. December 2018 at 01:45:03
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The raise in price of Revell kits over the last couple of years has been substantial and above average. Look, for example, at what they are charging for their recent re-release of what is essentially an Eduard "Weekend" Mig-21: MiG-21 SMT (Revell 03915, 1:48) .
But it seems part of the money goes into the financing of adventurous new kits!

1:48 MiG-21 SMT (Revell 03915)
27. November 2018 at 09:52:29 Share
Alexander G. It seems to be the case especially for their Eduard re-boxes. I noticed that when they charged 40€ for the re-release of the Il-2 in 1:48.
27. November 2018 at 11:42:34
Gluefinger But that Eduard kit was a re-boxing of the Accurate Miniatures kit, so Revell's is a Re-reboxing, which is what makes it expensive... ;)
27. November 2018 at 14:00:30
wilky With the resurgence in modelling the suppliers know that they can charge more.
Simple economics of demand.
My main hobby of slot cars is in decline and retailers are having to compete for sales and thus prices are declining
27. November 2018 at 23:09:50
Augie Sub £35 for the SMT seems quite fair to me. *shrugs*
27. November 2018 at 23:41:57
wilky Try living in Australia.
I can't even take advantage of the retailers that are in the Scalemates marketplace because they never ship to Australia.
Kits here cost a fortune
Tried to purchase the new Airfix 1/48 Mustang with RAAF markings and not one of the listed retailers in marketplace ship to Australia
27. November 2018 at 23:48:08
Alexander G. "Simple economics of demand", it is really. Trumpy kits also doubled in prices if not even more in the last few years!
28. November 2018 at 05:58:28
Gluefinger @Augie: Sub £35 for the SMT seems quite fair to me. *shrugs*
Eduard Weekend Mig-21s are currently available for little more than 20 Euros; Revell's will set you back at least 35 Euros.
28. November 2018 at 09:00:56
Gluefinger "Simple economics of demand" is a nice description for the fact that Modelling has become a hobby of old farts with access to sufficient economic resources and the willingness to part with them (I know, I am one of those). ;)
28. November 2018 at 09:07:41
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