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Special Hobby SH48116
1:48 Supermarine Seafire F Mk.XV Far East Service' The kit contains three sprues with grey plastic parts, one sprue with clear parts, decals and photo-etched parts. The included plastic parts will allow building either version equipped with 'A' hook or with later 'Stinger' arrestor hook. The fuselage features both finely engraved panel lines and over plating Decals included offer four machines with later arrestor hook version. The... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £19.99 - In Stock
Special Hobby SH72360
1:72 Gloster Meteor NF.12 The final generation of the Meteor jet fighters was produced by Armstrong Whitworth. Unlike the earlier versions, these were two-seater, night and all-weather fighter machines equipped with a radar in the nose. In the early stages of the Cold War, they defended the UK against the threat of Soviet bombers carrying nuclear weapons. The Meteor Mk.12 version was fitted with a US-manufactured APS-21 radar known... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £17.99 - In Stock
Special Hobby SH72390
1:72 Saab SF-37 Viggen Recce Reconnaissance version of the Viggen aeroplane, can be distinguished from all the others by having a different-shaped nose section carrying photographic cameras instead of radar equipment. superbly detailed and really accurate model decals for three machines including the anniversary airframe with a painting of the lone wolf on its tail wide range of detail resin sets, pilot figures and pre-cut can... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £24.80 - In Stock
Special Hobby SH32061
1:32 Fiat G.50-II "Regia Aeronautica" In the time just before the outburst of World War Two, the Fiat G.50 Freccia became one of the main fighter aircraft of the Regia Aeronautica, or the Royal Italian Air Force. The early version of this plane had already been combat- proven during the late stages of the Spanish Civil War. The first version to be mass-produced was the G.50- II which also incorporated demands and experiences of com... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £40.50 - In Stock
Special Hobby SH72343
1:72 Fairey Barracuda Mk.II 'Pacific Fleet' The Barracuda model kit is produced using three metal moulding tools and consists of grey injected styrene sprues and one clear plastic sprue. A torpedo replica or a 1600lb bomb can be fitted beneath the fuselage, the model also has wing armament racks. The kit offers four scheme options with various types of national markings. These Barracudas saw service fighting the Japanese aggressors... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £14.99 - In Stock
Special Hobby SH72350
1:72 Curtiss SB2C-5 Helldiver "The Final Version" The final production version of the famous Helldiver dive bomber was the SB2C-5 which was able to carry much more fuel, featured a paddle-bladed propeller without a spinner, enlarged bomb bay, sliding front cockpit canopy hood with simplified framing and other improvements. By standard, it was also fitted with the AN/APS-4 radar set. Being delivered to a few U.S. Navy units, the SB2... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £26.70 - In Stock
Special Hobby SH72383
1:72 de Havilland Vampire Mk.1 'RAF, RAAF and Armee de l'Air. Development of jet fighter later to be named Vampire began in 1941 and related closely with development of H-1 jet engine, for which the engine section of de Havilland company was responsible. The engine was known later under its new name Goblin and its development was very successful. The Vampire was therefore ordered under Air Ministry specification E6/41 for an experi... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £15.80 - In Stock
Special Hobby SH72384
1:72 Saab JA-37 Viggen Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £24.80 - In Stock
Special Hobby SH32040
1:32 Nakajima Ki-27 Otsu Nate Decals Over Malaya and Philippines Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £40.50 - In Stock
Special Hobby SH48141
1:48 DFS SG-38 German and Slovak service The same set of sprues is present in the second boxing and its decal sheet offers markings of the typeas biggest user, Nazi Germany. To make the choice more colourful, there are also three Slovak machines one of which also flew in the post-war era. Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £13.60 - In Stock
Special Hobby SH72270
1:72 Tachikawa Ki-54 Hei The Ki-54 Hickory was a WW2 Japanese twin engine aeroplane and was manufactured in four main versions used for pilots training, wireless operators and navigators training, aerial gunnery training and finaly the version used for both transport and anti-submarine patrols. The first incarnation of our kit is the transport variety and brings three Japanese airframes, one of which in two guises. Among the sche... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £17.99 - In Stock
Special Hobby SH72345
1:72 Re-released! Dassault SMB-2 Super Mystere 'Sa'ar 'Israeli Storm in the Sky' This kit depicts the French jet fighter fitted with an US-made J52 powerplant in its longer tail section as operated by the IAF. The model is produced using steel moulding tools, comes on as many as nice styrene sprues (two of them comes twice) and one clear parts sprue. Finely detailed and highly accurate model meticulously researched decals including... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £17.99 - In Stock
Special Hobby SH72382
1:72 Curtiss P-40M Warhawk The Warhawk was a true hero and a workhorse of the Second World War. Its many various versions fought in Allied air forces over almost all fronts and theatres of operations. The M version was the penultimate production version and was delivered both to the USAAF and the Allies. And this is the very reason there is so many interesting-looking colour schemes which the M Warhawks wore during their flying car... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £14.60 - In Stock
Special Hobby SH72423
1:72 Douglas A-20B/C Havoc 'Gunships' 'Early Gunships' The American A-20 Havoc light bomber and ground attack aeroplanes and the versions used by the Commonwealth over many battlefields of the war were often field-adapted to carry machine guns in their front fuselage section. These versions were usually know as a Gunship. Such a version is now the subject of this kit, it offers one US machine as flown over Africa and one as operate... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £22.50 - In Stock
Special Hobby SH72424
1:72 Gloster Meteor F.8 PRONE Version. One of the Mk.8 Meteor jets flew as a test bed for a special type of pilot's cockpit which employed the seat in a prone position. The new nose section was fitted in front of the standard Meteor cockpit, making this version rather unique-looking with such a long nose. The model was already released some time ago, now it is newly re-relased in the Special Hobby range of products. Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £22.50 - In Stock
Special Hobby SH72439
1:72 Back in stock! Messerschmitt Bf-109E-4 with schemes of two German fighter aces, G.Schopfel and H.Wick who, flying from bases in Western Europe, took part in the Battle of Britain. The kit also contains two more options, these being Emils as operated over the Balkans a year later. Decals of Wick's machine containing the fuselage camouflage mottles consisting of a myriad of tiny brush-made blotches are available separately SHK72... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £14.60 - In Stock
Special Hobby SH72441
1:72 British Post-war Underwing Armament A sprue with two styrene bombs with their racks and four pairs of rocket projectiles, suitable for various British late-war and immediately post-war aircraft. Universal armament of 1945/55 British warplanes Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £4.50 - In Stock
Special Hobby SH72454
1:72 Messerschmitt Bf-109E-1 'Lightly-Armed Emil'. In the first two years of World War Two, the Messerschmitt Bf 109E was arguably among the top fighter aeroplanes of the world, if not the very best of them. The type was produced in two major varieties differing by their armament-the so-called lightly-armed type and those with heavier punch. The former was fitted with four machine guns, two of them above the engine, the other two... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £13.30 - In Stock
Special Hobby SH72443
1:72 Back in stock! Messerschmitt Bf-109E-3 In 1939-40, the Messerschmitt Bf 109E was the best fighter aircraft in production. Superbly trained pilots, utilizing the tactics devised during the war in Spain, simply swept from the skies everything that opposed them, first over Poland, then over Scandinavian countries and the skies of western Europe as well. It was not until they had reached proud Albion that their dominance was final... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £13.30 - In Stock
Special Hobby SH48214
1:48 Hawker Tempest Mk.II 'Hi-Tech' (prepared with Eduard) The Tempest Mk.II was the last radial engine fighter aeroplane to introduced to service with the RAF. The type had been developed for the planned atack against Japan in the closing stages of the war. But using the atomic bombs by the Americans meant an end to those plans and the Tempest Mk.II was deployed in a couple of post-war era conflicts instead. Bearing RAF colours, i... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £40.50 - In Stock
Special Hobby SH32047
1:32 Back in stock! Westland Whirlwind Mk.I In the days leading to the outbreak of the Second World War, the British Air Ministry issued requirements calling for two types of a new fighter aircraft, a lighter one armed just with machine guns and the other one with heavier cannon armament. To this specifications, the Spitfire and Hurricane machine gun fighters were developed. The requirement for the heavier type led to the creation ... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £62.99 - In Stock
Special Hobby SH72435
1:72 Dassault Mirage F.1AZ/CZ 'The South African Commie Killers' The Mirage F.1C came about as a private venture by the French Dassault company. The first flight of the Mirage F.1 took place on 23rd December 1966 and production aircraft entered service with the Armee de l'Air as the F.1C single-seater fighter and F.1B two-seater trainer versions. During their service with France a number of these aircraft were upgraded by fitting o... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £16.99 - In Stock
Special Hobby SH72093
1:72 Lockheed PV-2 Harpoon VERY LIMITED RE-RELEASE! The Lockheed Harpoon U.S. Navy patrol and attack aircraft is linked to its predecessor, the PV-1 Ventura Compared to the Ventura it had more powerful armament and better range, even though the maximum speed was slightly less It participated in battles against Japanese forces at the very end of WWII and remained in service during the Fifties The kit contains four sprues with dark g... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £24.80 - In Stock
Special Hobby SH72433
1:72 SIAI-Marchetti SF-260EA/D/W with Late Bulged Canopy Type' The SF-260 is an Italian training, sports and aerobatic aircraft which can be found all around the globe. In Europe, it served with the Irish Air Corps and is still being used by the air forces of Belgium and Italy. The type was gradually developed and upgraded, so the latest versions differ to some extent from the earlier ones. The main difference is rather obvious, it... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £9.99 - In Stock
Special Hobby SH72447
1:72 North-American Harvard Mk.II/IIA/IIB North American had been established in the 1930s and became most famous for designing and producing the iconic P-51 Mustang fighter aeroplane. But even before that, their first product made its name in the world of aviation and it was the single engine training aeropleane, which prototype example was known as the NA-16. Since the first flight, the type underwent development which step by st... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £14.60 - In Stock