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Special Hobby SH48188
1:48 Saab AJ-37 Viggen "Show Must Go On" he SAAB AJ-37 Viggen was an aircraft ahead of its time. Its designers used an unorthodox construction which enabled the plane to meet all requirements which had been laid on it and in some parameters even surpass them. The Swedish Air Force ordered several various versions of the Viggen jet fighter. The very first version in service was the AJ-37 attack-fighter, later upgraded to the ASJ... Aircraft kits (injection) New Arrivals 09/03/2017 £59.99 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH72308
1:72 Re-released! Hispano HA-1112 M-1L Buchón "Ejército del Aire" The kit of the Spanish ground attack version of Buchón contains two frames with grey plastic parts, some of themincluding rockets and their racks are injected from the metal mould that was completely designed in 3D, frame with clear parts, highly detailed resin cast cannons and exhaust stacks and photoetched parts. Buchóns in Spain served in two camouflage schemes st... Aircraft kits (injection) New Arrivals 09/03/2017 £14.60 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH72348
1:72 MD 520N NOTAR One of the world's most widely used helicopters is the MD 500 which is also produced in the MD-520N NOTAR version. The NOTAR system has been developed by MDD Helicopter System company and it is a state-of-the-art means of eliminating the main rotor torque forces which means there is no need for the standard tail rotor. The kit parts of this unique helicopter originate in already non-existent Profiline company and... Aircraft kits (injection) New Arrivals 09/03/2017 £12.40 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH32003
1:32 Re-released! Curtiss P-36A Hawk The Curtiss P-36 was a famous fighter from the firm of Curtiss. In 1/32 scale, it is the first injection moulded model of this fighter. The model is very detailed, it includes 4 frames of parts, one frame of injected clear parts, a casting with small PUR parts and a coloured photo-etched part. The decals depict the two Curtiss P-36 Hawks of 2/Lt. H.W.Brown (2 victories) and Lt.P.Rasmussen (1 vic... Aircraft kits (injection) New Arrivals 26/01/2017 £40.50 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH48052
1:48 Re-released! Supermarine Seafire Mk.III The Seafire naval fighter aircraft came into existence during WW2 as a mere stopgap measure based on a standard Mk.V Spitfire airframe adapted by adding naval equipment. Three versions were produced, which were fitted with a RR Merlin engine, which were the Mk.I to Mk.III, followed later by Griffon-equipped Seafires Mk.15, 17, 45, 46 and 47 (Special Hobby offers the Mk.15 version under c... Aircraft kits (injection) New Arrivals 26/01/2017 £21.40 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH48054
1:48 Re-released! CAC CA-9 Wirraway Before the outbreak of the Second World War, Australia was looking for a new aircraft suitable for the roles of advanced training and ground attack, and eventually found one in the form of the licence-built NA-16, a predecessor to the famous Texan training aircraft. A licence for the aircraft was bought, Australian designers improved the type to fit local needs and production was commenced in a n... Aircraft kits (injection) New Arrivals 26/01/2017 £29.30 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH48136
1:48 Re-released! Fairey Firefly Mk.4 / Mk.5 'Korean War' [Fairey Firefly Mk.IV / Mk.V . Fairey Firefly Mk.4/5/] Aircraft kits (injection) New Arrivals 26/01/2017 £33.80 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH48177
1:48 Junkers Ju-88C-4 Night Intruder. In the years before the outbreak of WW2, the German Luftwaffe introduced into service two categories of fighter planes. Besides the single-engined fighter types such as the Messerschmitt Bf 109s, there were also twin-engined, heavily armed fighters of the Zerst"rer (destroyer in English) category put into the service. The most well known Zerst"rer type of the pre-war era was the Messerschmi... Aircraft kits (injection) New Arrivals 26/01/2017 £44.99 - 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) New Arrivals 26/01/2017 £22.50 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH72127
1:72 Supermarine Spitfire Mk.22 The final production verisons of the Spitfire beginning with the Mk.21 were powered by R&R Griffon Mk.61 engines and featured a new and redesigned wing with the armament consisting of four cannon. As this new versions of the venerable Spitfire fighter was almost a complete new design, also a new name for the design had been considered, this being the Victor. The first of these new Spitfire versions w... Aircraft kits (injection) New Arrivals 26/01/2017 £14.99 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH72198
1:72 Re-released! 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 develop... Aircraft kits (injection) New Arrivals 26/01/2017 £14.80 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH72199
1:72 Re-released! Nakajima Ki-115 Battle of Tokyo. The kit contains the same sprues as the SH72198 but offers different camouflage options, now in so-called "What-If" schemes. A clear canopy sprue and detailed resin parts accompany the basic plastic sprue, and the decal sheet brings the option of one Japanese and two captured machines, one British, the other with US marking. Aircraft kits (injection) New Arrivals 26/01/2017 £14.80 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH72284
1:72 Re-released! Fouga Magister "Exotic Air Forces" 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 machines ... Aircraft kits (injection) New Arrivals 26/01/2017 £12.80 - In Stock
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Special Hobby SH72323
1:72 Re-released! Fouga CM-175 Zephyr The Fouga Magister was among the most wide-spread jet trainers of the World. However, its navalized version known as the Fouga Zéphyr was used only by the French Aéronavale. This version sported a strenghtened structure, naval equipment, different nose section and rear sliding canopies. Aboard French aircraft carriers and at the land bases it served successfully for long 35 years. The kit which... Aircraft kits (injection) New Arrivals 26/01/2017 £13.60 - In Stock
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