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Special Hobby SH72369
1:72 Letov S.328 'Slovak National Uprising' The Letov Ň .328 was, besides the iconic Avia B.534 biplane fighter, the most famous Czechoslovak warplane of the pre-war times. Although originally designed for the Finnish Air Force, it eventually became a standard light bomber and reconnaissance aircraft of the Czechoslovak Army. It was used also in heavy fighter or floatplane versions. There were in total six slightly differing product... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £15.80 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH32034
1:32 Mitsubishi A5M2b Claude 'Over China' Deployed during the undeclared Sino-Japanese War was for the Chinese pilots a real unpleasant surprise since they were able to dogfight Japanese biplane fighters Nakajima A2N and A4N. The new and up to date A5Ms were tough adversaries. Mitsubishi A5M were IJN produced n several versions, the last combat versions were A5M2b and A5M4. The Sino-Japanese War experiences were applied to these ... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £40.50 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH48184
1:48 Nieuport X Two Seater In 1914, the Nieuport company intended to take part in Gordon-Bennett Trophy with a new sesquiplane racer the Nieuport X which was constructed by Nieuport's new chief designer, ing. Gustave Delage. However, the 1914 trophy was cancelled because of the Great War that had just broken out and the Nieuport X type began to be produced in slightly adapted version for the military instead. Known as the Nieuport ... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £22.60 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH32050
1:32 Lockheed T-33A T-Bird 'Over Europe' Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £49.50 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH72112
1:72 Lockheed C-60 Lodestar The Lockheed Lodestar was a military transport version of the Lockheed Model 18, which was to be a competitor to the famous Douglas DC-3. Because of the war, most of the aircraft were produced as military transport versions.This kit offers markings for two of many foreign users Decals included are for three RAF and Norwegian machines. The kit contains five sprues with plastic parts, injected canopies, ph... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £24.80 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH72183
1:72 Messerschmitt Me-163A with Scheuch-Schlepper The Messerschmitt Me-163A was the world"s first rocket-powered aircraft produced in larger numbers. Production aircraft were used for testing as well as for the training of the pilots who were to fly later with the true fighter version known as the Me-163B. On October 2, 1941, German pilot Heini Dittmar, flying in the Me-163A V1, became the very first man to exceed a speed of 1000 k... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £15.80 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH72221
1:72 Messerschmitt Me-209V-4 In the 1930s, in the time of the rearmament, Germany tried to showcase their military power also by breaking aviation records. This effort, backed by the state, brought many new records including the most prestigious one, the world speed record. Of interest might be the fact that two German aviation companies rivaled to achieve the record, namely Heinkel and Messerschmitt, each of which had their oppone... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £13.50 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH72349
1:72 Dornier Do-27 "Civilian Service" In the post war year, many German aircraft designers feared the possible ban on aircraft production and begun to leave the country. Among them also Claudius Dornier Jr., the son of the famous German WW2 aircraft builder. He settled in Spain where he founded company named Oficinas T√©cnicas Dornier (OTEDO). In the mid 50‚Äôs, the Spanish Air Ministry was looking for a new STOL aircraft and having r... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £15.80 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH72351
1:72 Northrop Delta Mk.II/III "RCAF" Having left Northrop Aircraft Corp. (Stearman-Northrop) controlled by Boeing, Jack K. Northrop along with his partner Donald Douglas established a new company, called Northrop Corp. The company‚Äôs premises were based at Inglewood, California. In 1932, Northrop followed his earlier and successful cargo and mail types the Alfa and Gamma and designed a new one, named the Delta. It was a all-metal, s... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £14.99 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH72383
1:72 de Havilland Vampire Mk.1 'RAF, RAAF and Arm√©e 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
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Special Hobby SH72394
1:72 Messerschmitt Bf-109G-6 'Mersu over Finland' The Messerschmitt Bf 109 remained a standard fighter aircraft of the German Luftwaffe throughout the duration of the Second World War. And not just of the Luftwaffe, this type was a backbone and the most modern equipment of many Axis countries. That applied also to Finland which was thrusted to the war as a German ally just because the Soviet aggressor despicably had taken up a part... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £16.99 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH72191
1:72 Brewster Bermuda Mk.I Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £18.99 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH48194
1:48 Grumman AF-3S Guardian During the 1950s, the AF-2 Guardian anti-submarine aircraft were operating from the U.S. Navy carriers in so-called Hunter-Killer pairs which consisted of one machine of the AF-2W version performing the Hunter role using its volumous, belly-mounted AP-20 search and early-warning radar to locate enemy‚Äôs submarines while the other member of the team was an AF-2S which was the Killer, carrying a variety of ... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £38.20 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH72385
1:72 C-41A US Transport plane In the late 1960s, the Spanish Air Force, or Ej√©rcito del Aire, was seeking a new transport aircraft. In order to meet the air force's needs, Spanish company CASA proposed a twin-engined, turboprop-powered, high-wing, non-retractable undercarriage cargo aircraft with STOL capabilities. The project known as the CASA C-212 Aviocar was eventually accepted and a pair of prototype machines took off for the ... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £22.50 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH72342
1:72 LET L-13 Blanik Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £12.40 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH72277
1:72 Bell AH-1S Cobra Israel obtained and subsequently tested the AH-1G Cobra attack helicopters. Due to the need of helicopters capable of destroying armoured vehicles or the enemy"s fortified strongholds, Israel in cooperation with U.S. counterpart converted these helicopters to the AH-1S version. AH-1S version was equipped with TOW missiles. Israeli helicopters still retained several features typical for the older AH-1G version ... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £12.99 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH72356
1:72 Boulton-Paul Balliol "Civilian and Foreign Users" Following the end of World War Two, the British Air Ministry issued Specification T.7/45 calling for a three seat training aircraft which should replace the North-American Harvard in the training scheme of both the FAA and RAF. Initially, a turboprop engine was considered for the design, however a standard piston engine in the shape of a reliable Merlin Mk.35 type was prefered ... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £16.99 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH48066
1:48 Fiat G.55 'Centauro' Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £27.99 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH72297
1:72 McDonnell FH-1 Phantom "Demonstration Teams and Trainers" (new tooling)The first US Navy‚Äôs jet aircraft to be operated from the aircraft carriers and the first jet of the U.S. Marines ever, such could be the description of the airframe produced by McDonnell under designation the FH-1 and which was commonly known as the Phantom, although the same name, just with a number II added, would be later given to another and much more p... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £15.80 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH72315
1:72 Arado Ar-96B-3 The Arado Ar-96B-3, which was armed version of this plane, served for gunnery training with operational training units. The identical parts of this model are accompanied by the decal sheet with markings for three machines in RLM 02 grey. The first of them is VH+OZ / yellow 3, WNr.4326, which served with night training unit I./NJS 1 in Schleissheim, Germany. The other two machines flew in occupied France, Arado A... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £13.60 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH72198
1:72 Nakajima Ki-115 Tsurgi Following their defeat at the battle of Midway, the Japanese Empire lost also its strategic initiative in the Second World War and had to begin to think defensively. Because of the overwhelming supremacy of the Allied forces, a group of officers came up with the idea of suicidal attacks from the air. At first, standard airframes were used, which proved to be rather expensive and the development of a spec... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £14.60 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH32073
1:32 IAR IAR-81 BoPi In the late 1930s, the Polish PZL P.11 and P.24 all-metal, high wing fighter planes were produced under licence by I.A.R., Industria Aeronautica Romana. As it was quite clear that such type of design was nearing obsolescence and the future belonged to low wing fighters with retractable undercarriage and enclosed canopy, a design team led by Ion Grosu was formed with the aim to project a modern warplane of such ... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £44.99 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH72306
1:72 Fairey Barracuda Mk.II "Home Fleet" The Barracuda carrier-borne torpedo and dive bomber aircraft was already kitted by our company many years ago, in a shape of the then-standards for short-run models. Now we would like to bring you something really completely different. This new Barracuda kit is being made using three all-metal mould tooling blocks and its highly detailed grey styrene plastic parts will be accompanied by one ... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £14.99 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH72339
1:72 de Havilland Vampire Mk.1 Development of a jet fighter later to be named the Vampire began in 1941 and related closely with the development of the H-1 jet engine, for which the engine section of de Havilland company was responsible. The engine was later to be known under its new name Goblin and its development turned out to be very successful. The Vampire was therefore ordered under Air Ministry specification E.6/41 calling fo... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £15.70 - In Stock
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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
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