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Special Hobby SH72245
1:72 Yakovlev Yak-23 Flora Two-Seater To design a two-seater trainer/ combat version of the common fighter aircraft became almost a tradition in USSR. This tradition with roots in WW 2 was applied to Yakovlev Yak-23, too. Except of the combat version, the two-seater trainer version Yak-23UTI was also designed. It was to serve for transitional and gunnery training but also as fast courier aircraft. The kit contains one sprue with gr... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £14.50 - In Stock
Special Hobby SH72369
1:72 Letov S.328 'Slovak National Uprising' The Letov Å .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
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
Special Hobby SH72281
1:72 Re-released! de Havilland Vampire FB.5 (FB Mk.52 'Over Northern (Scandinavian) Sky' Model of the DH Vampire, a first generation British fighter aeroplane in the FB Mk.52 export version. The kit consists of two grey styrene sprues joined by one clear sprue with canopy and wing tip parts, two sheets of decals and full-colour instruction booklet. The colour schemes offer three machines: DH.100 Vampire FB.52, VO438, ZK-B, 337 ... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £13.60 - In Stock
Special Hobby SH72332
1:72 McDonnell FH-1 Phantom "First U.S. Navy Jet Fighter" Contents of the kit: three grey styrene injection moulded sprues, one clear sprue, photo etches, decal sheet, full colour instruction booklet. Decals for four U.S. Navy machines: FH-1 Phantom, R 112 (BuNo 111778) VF-17A, Lt J.L. Fruin, USS Franklin Delano Roosevelt (CVB-42), March 1949. FH-1 Phantom, 122 (BuNo 111785), VF-17A, carrier deck suitability tests, USS Saip... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £15.70 - In Stock
Special Hobby SH72379
1:72 Curtiss P-40K-1/5 Warhawk A model of the P-40K-1/5 Warhawk US WW2 fighter aircraft which featured a short fuselage and an enlarged tail fin. The kit contains: three sprues with grey styrene parts, one sprue with clear parts, decal sheet and full-colour instructions. The decal sheet offers markings for four machines: P-40K-1 (42-46040), white 13, pilot 1Lt. Robert J. "Crash" Overcash, 64FS, 57FG, Africa, May 1943 (5 victorie... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £14.60 - In Stock
Special Hobby SH72400
1:72 Vickers Vildebeest Mk.III Model of a British torpedo / bomber / army cooperation aeroplane. The kit contains: four styrene sprues moulded in grey colour, one crystal clear sprue, decal sheet, photo etches, resin parts, full colour instruction booklet. The decals cater for three machines which fought the Japs in the early stages of the war in the Pacific in 1941: Vickers Vildebeest Mk.III, NK-K, No 100 Sqn RAF, Seletar (Sing... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £27.20 - In Stock
Special Hobby SH32039
1:32 Back in stock! Mitsubishi A5M4 Claude 'Hi-tech version' with resin cockpit Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £44.99 - In Stock
Special Hobby SH32071
1:32 Fieseler Fi-103/V-1 A model of the German unmanned missile, the infamous V-1 flying bomb which was designed and used for terror bombing of London and the UK. When the Allies invaded France, the missiles were also aimed at Antwerp, Liege and Brussels, both from land-based launch sites and aircraft. The kit contains three grey styrene sprues, a decal sheet and full colour instruction leaflet. The decals cater for three machin... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £19.99 - In Stock
Special Hobby SH48017
1:48 Back in stock! Gloster E.28/39 Pioneer The first British jet Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £21.60 - In Stock
Special Hobby SH48094
1:48 Back in stock! Gloster E.28/39 Pioneer 'Late Version' Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £21.60 - In Stock
Special Hobby SH48148
1:48 Saab AJ-37 'Viggen' 'Attack Version' Re-release of our extremely successful model of the strike-fighter version of the Swedish SAAB 37 Viggen. A new sprue has been designed for this release which amends some flaws of the original model and offers also some new parts. The extensive instruction booklet has been revised too as well as the camouflage schemes. Contents of the kit: eight grey styrene sprues, one clear plastic spr... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £62.99 - In Stock
Special Hobby SH48172
1:48 Loire 130Cl flying boat n 1933, the French Navy requested a new reconnaissance and light bomber seaplane able to serve aboard warships and launched using their catapults. Six companies offered their designs, the Loire 130 was the final winner. It was a shoulder-mounted wing monoplane with a pusher engine above the wing and was produced in two versions. The Loire 130M (for Métropole) saw service in home waters while the Loire 1... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £35.99 - In Stock
Special Hobby SH72222
1:72 Curtiss FB2C-1 Hawk III Decals U.S. Navy Fighter-Bomber Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £15.80 Out of Stock
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
Special Hobby SH32050
1:32 Lockheed T-33A T-Bird 'Over Europe' Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £49.50 - In Stock
Special Hobby SH48195
1:48 Supermarine Spitfire Mk.VC 'Overseas Jockeys' The Supermarine Spitfire definitely belongs among the most famous warplanes of the Second World War, and the Spitfire Mk.V version was produced in the largest numbers. The Mk.Vc subversion was equipped with a strenghtened wing enabling the machine to carry various cannon / machine gun configuration and bombs beneath the wing too. The ongoing production brought enough airframes to e... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £22.50 - In Stock
Special Hobby SH72388
1:72 Dassault Mirage F.1C/C-200 'Armée de `l Air' The Mirage F.1C came about as a private venture by the French Dassault company while it had been engaged in a project designed to fulfil the future needs of the French Air Force (Armée de l'Air) for a modern jet aircraft capable of carrying out interception and tactical attack roles carrying conventional or nuclear armament. A variety of designs were put forward in order to replace ... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £15.80 - In Stock
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
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
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
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 Técnicas Dornier (OTEDO). In the mid 50’s, the Spanish Air Ministry was looking for a new STOL aircraft and having r... Aircraft kits (injection) Catalogue £15.80 - In Stock
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’s 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
Special Hobby SH72383
1:72 de Havilland Vampire Mk.1 'RAF, RAAF and Armée 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 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