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Special Hobby SH72143
1:72 Fairey Fulmar Mk.I Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £16.99 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH72334
1:72 Messerschmitt Me-163A 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 km/h (in fact, he reache... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £9.60 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH72135
1:72 Reggiane Re.2003 'First Prototype'. During WWII the Italian Regia Aeronautica tasked the Reggiane Company to develop a fast reconnaissance aircraft. The first prototype Reggiane Re.2003 was developed from the Re 2000 fighter aircraft. The flying characteristics were satisfactory so the second prototype was ordered, this time it was developed from the more powerful Re 2002. Also it was decided to start a series production. The ... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £15.20 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH72295
1:72 Lockheed C-60 Lodestar 'Pacific Transport' Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £24.80 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH48017
1:48 Gloster E.28/39 Pioneer The first British jet Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £21.60 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH72178
1:72 Re-released! Nakajima Ki-43-III Ko Hayabusa. Imperial Japanese Army Air Force fighters Ki-43 fought throughout WW 2 from the attack on Malaya till the last fights over mainland Japan. Subsequent versions of Ki-43 model I, II and III in different modifications were built. The final, mass produced version of the famous fighter was the Ki-43-III Ko Hayabusa was deployed in time when Japan was slowly beginning to lose the war. Eve... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £15.80 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH72085
1:72 Polikarpov I-15 'Red Army' Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £13.60 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH72244
1:72 Grumman SF-1/FF-2 'U.S. Navy Scout Fighter and Trainer' Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £16.99 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH72104
1:72 Fiat G.55B 'Centauro' trainer Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £14.99 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH32048
1:32 Lockheed F-80C "over Korea". During the Second World War ingenious Kelly Johnson started to design jet fighter that eventually fought in Korean War five years later. Shooting Stars were the most modern machines on Korean skies until the MiG- 15s were deployed. To gain the air superiority again, F- 86 Sabres had to be transferred to Korea. The Korean War lasted five long years and for all this time F-80C flew fighter-bomber... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £47.20 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH48185
1:48 IMAM (Romeo) Ro.37bis (ex Classic Airframe) In the early 1930s, the Italian Regia Aeronautica operated IMAM Ro.1 (licence-built Fokker C.V) reconnaissance and observation biplanes. The military were quite happy with the type, however when IMAM offered a new biplane type designed by Giovanni Galasso, the decision was taken to acquire the new type. Following the prototype‚Äôs successful test flights, the production was commenced i... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £33.80 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH48190
1:48 Fieseler Fi-103A-1/Re 4 Reichenberg In June 1944, only a week after the Allied landing in Normandy, a German offensive against Great Britain (and later also against targets on the continent) was launched using V-1 flying bombs. However, the accuracy of the attacks was later assessed by the Oberkommando der Luftwaffe as rather unsatisfactory and a usage of manned missiles was put forward to increase the accuracy. Small and heav... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £11.20 - In Stock
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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 SH72373
1:72 Fouga CM.170 Magister German, Finnish and Ostereich. The successful French Fouga CM.170 Magister lightweight jet trainer found its origins in a powered glider design of all-metal construction called the C.M.8.15 which sported a butterfly style tail empennage and was designed by P.Mauboussin and J.Szydlowski. This turbojet-powered glider flew for the first time in 1949 and during development of this design a number of test mach... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £12.80 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH48187
1:48 Zlin Z-181 / C-6. The Bucker Bu-181 was of similar design and construction to its predecessors, the famous and successful German sporting and training aircraft the B"cker B" 131 and 133, the difference however being in that the type 181 was a low-wing monoplane with enclosed cockpit. The airframe was of wooden construction with plywood and fabric skinning while the fuselage mid section consisted of tubular steel framework cove... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £14.99 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH72076
1:72 Bell AH-1G Cobra early version "Over Vietnam with M-35 Gun System. Highly detailed model from a steel mould that is characterised by very easy assembly. It consists of five sprues with grey plastic parts and a clear parts sprue. The clear canopy is split up into five separate parts and there are also clear parts for the headlights and gun sight in the sprue. The canopy can be portrayed either closed or open. The instruction sh... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £14.60 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH48182
1:48 Re-released! Fiat CR.32 Chirri (ex Classic Airframe) The Italian Fiat CR.32 Freccia was the pinnacle of Italian biplane fighter plane design of the early 1930"s. Because of its flying qualities, it saw service with air forces on four continents. Despite being rather obsolete by the time the war broke out, the Freccia went on flying in the first line service well up to 1942. They also managed to make a name for themselves durin... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £19.99 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH48019
1:48 Nardi FN.305 Decals Luftwaffe and Hungarian Air Force Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £19.40 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH48090
1:48 Back in stock! Albatros C.III Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £29.30 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH72044
1:72 Re-released! CAC CA-12 Boomerang During WW2, Japan posed immediate threat to Australia. The fear of the ferry routes being cut off led to the decision to design and produce warplanes locally and also to buy licence rights for production of other suitable types. The only domestically designed and built type to see any action was the famous CAC Boomerang. It was built on the basis of the Texan airframe and did quite well in the ... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £14.60 - 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, p... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £24.80 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH72113
1:72 Re-released! Fokker D.XXI IV During licensed production of the Fokker D.XXI in the 2nd World War, Finland experienced a shortage of the original British Bristol Mercury engines. Therefore, the Fokker D.XXI was redesigned to accept the US Pratt & Whitney Twin Wasp Junior engines. The 4th produced series (4.sarja) of this aircraft used the Pratt & Whitney engine. This Special Hobby kit offers Fokker D. XXI 4. sarja early with sl... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £15.50 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH72141
1:72 Re-released! Blackburn Roc Mk.I To fulfill Specification O.35/35, calling for a two seat carrier borne fighter, the Air Ministry ordered this type of aircraft from Blackburn Aircraft Ltd. in 1935. Similar to the land based Defiant fighter, the new fighter"s armament was to be concentrated within a manned turret. The Blackburn"s chief designer G.E.Petty delivered the so-called B.25 design that was closely linked to the previous... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £17.99 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH72311
1:72 Hispano HA-1112 M-1L Buchon 'Movie Star' To resemble Bf-109E in the Battle of Britain movie the Buch"ns had to be adapted. The wingtips distinctive for Messerschmitt Bf-109F and later versions were replaced by squared ones, however to maintain the wing area the wingtips did not end just next to the ailerons outer ends like on the Bf-109Es. The aircraft were equipped with weapon maquettes; fuselage mounted machine guns and wing... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £14.60 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH48140
1:48 IMAM (Romeo) Ro.44 "Italian Float Fighter" This kit of fighter version of Ro.44 contains same plastic parts as the previous, differing in just in the fuselage parts, of course in this case of single seater version. Completely new are the clear parts, the resin and photo-etched parts are slightly different. Completely new are the decals, in this case offering two machines treated in overall aluminum dope. The first machine spor... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £33.80 - In Stock
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