The company’s popular Vintage Classics range now welcomes the CAC Boomerang kit first released in 1965.


Not an obvious type for many modellers, the return of the Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation CA-13 Boomerang is nonetheless welcome. This indigenous Australian fighter was built in response to Japanese aggression across the Pacific, and comprised common parts from various other aircraft types being built by CAC at that time. This pugnacious little fighter were built between 1942-45, its roles also including target marking for ground-attack Corsairs.

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