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Italeri Nov 2022 News

Model Builder International News - Wed, 11/30/2022 - 16:30

1/12 Bugatti Type 35B
100% New Moulds – Steering wheels – Highly detailed engine – Rubber tires – Photoetched parts – Chromed parts – Opening cowling – Screws, tubes and artificial lather – Decals for 2 version – Colors Instructions Sheet

The Bugatti Type 35 is one of the most iconic and revered racing cars in motor racing history, both technically and competitively. Ettore Bugatti’s masterpiece was a unique mix of engineering skill, design, elegance, speed and its relatively light weight. Produced during the 1920s, it won an incredible number of races in both “road” and “on track” competitions. The Bugatti was in fact specifically designed for the world of racing, which included the introduction of technical and mechanical solutions for the car that made it ideal for the racing circuits of the period. Aesthetically, it was universally known and recognizable by the unmistakable shape of the horseshoe-shaped radiator which was a key design feature of Bugatti as a car manufacturer. Due to its 2,263 cm3 8-cylinder engine with a four-speed mechanical gearbox and equipped with a volumetric compressor, the Bugatti Type 35B was able to attain a top speed of 210 km / h. It was produced in limited numbers until 1930.

1/48 F-15E Strike Eagle

NEW PARTS – SUPER DECALS SHEET FOR 6 VERSIONS – COLOR INSTRUCTION SHEET

FIGURE NOT INCLUDED – CONTAINS 1 MODEL

The McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle design was initiated in the 1970s to equip the United States Air Force fighter squadrons with an advanced and high-performance jet fighter. The effective and robust aerodynamically design lay-out led to production of the two-seat “all-weather” F-15E Strike Eagle fighter-bomber. Entering into service with the USAF in the late 1980s and replacing the outdated F-111, its operational roles included ground attack, bombing and interdiction missions. It retained the flight design characteristics of the original F-15 such as the two tail drifts, sturdy mid-wing and tandem two-seater cabin, in the rear of which was the Weapon Systems Officer. From this position the officer selected the aircraft’s route management, target tracking and electronic countermeasures. The F15-E was deployed to numerous operational theaters such as the Desert Shield and Desert Storm campaigns of the early 1990s.

1/56 Sd. Kfz. 222/223

100% NEW MOULD – CONTAINS 1 MODEL – COLOR INSTRUCTION SHEET

WWll GERMAN MILITARY VEHICLE (28 mm.) – EASY ASSEMBLY FOR GAMERS AND COLLECTORS

The lightly armored reconnaissance vehicles “Leichte Panzerspähwagen” Sd.Kfz. 222 and 223, were widely used on all operational fronts by the German army during the Second World War. The motorization of troops and the speed in carrying out reconnaissance and offensive tasks was a key factor in the early successes of the German Blitzkrieg. These agile four-wheel drive armored cars were designed to respond precisely to this new military strategy. Deployed by the reconnaissance battalions of the armored divisions, they broadly demonstrated both good on-road and off-road performance levels. The Sd. Kfz. 222 was armed with a 20mm L / 55 gun alongside the more traditional MG13. The Sd. Kfz. 223 was also equipped with improved radio equipment that enabled much better communications with troops on the battlefield.

1/72 Sd.Kfz. 251/10

LINK-AND-LENGTH TRACKS – DECALS FOR 3 VERSIONS – CONTAINS 4 FIGURES – COLORS INSTRUCTION SHEET

The Sd.Kfz.251 half-track was an armored fighting vehicle and was used by the Wehrmacht on all fronts, during the Second World War. Powered by a Maybach 6-cylinder petrol engine was able to achieve, even in off-road terrain, the speed of 55 km / h. Produced in huge numbers, it was mainly used to transport the “Panzergrenadiers” but, during the war, several versions has been developed to meet various operational needs. The halftrack Sd.Kfz. 251/10 (Schützenpanzerwagen) was used as a platoon command vehicle and was armed with a 37mm PaK 36 anti-tank gun fitted with a protective shield. Production of the 251 ceased in 1942 when the cannon became increasingly ineffective against more advanced enemy armored tanks and vehicles.

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Special Hobby Nov 2022 News

Model Builder International News - Mon, 11/28/2022 - 14:10

Bugatti 100 Racer 1/48
In the pre-war years, Ettore Bugatti, a very well known racing car designer, took the opportunity and decided to turn his attention to aviation too and come with a concept of a racing aeroplane which was to win the then rather popular Deutsch de la Muerthe races. At first, the plane was to be fitted with just one engine, this was later reconsidered and two powerplants were used, placed asymmetricaly in the sleek fuselage, each one driving its propeller – these were two, counterrotating. In this shape, the plane was even supposed to break the world speed record. The aeroplane was finished and prepared just before the war broke out, but had to be put out of the sight of the advancing German army. As of now, the Bugatti prototype is placed on display at the EAA Aviation Museum in the USA.
This kit contains two styrene sprues and a single one with clear injected canopy. As the machine was in blue overall scheme with no markings at all, the kit has got no decal sheet. The schemes are two though, the other one representing a fictitious scheme.

– Not kitted yet in the styrene format
– Eye-catching and unorthodox construction

Breda 65A-80 ‘Aviazione Legionaria’ 1/48
The ground-attack Breda 65 aircraft, both of the single seat and two seat variety, had been designed yet berofe the war broke out. The type was manufactured in two main versions, differing by the type of the power plant used and the span of the wings. The Italian Air Force decided to test the Bredas in real war conditions and sent the to the Aviazione Legionaria, the Italian Expeditionary Corps deployed to the Civil War in Spain.
Our model of the single-place variety, wearing the markings of the Aviazione Legionatia, is being offered now in a limited quantity only. The kit contains three styrene sprues, one with clear parts, resin details and a fret of etches. The decal sheet covers two machines with standard, black and white markings of the Italian Expeditionary Forces in Spain.

– Limited edition only
– Interesting markings
– The kit comes with detailed resin parts and a large fret of etches.

Junkers Ju 87D-3 Stuka ‘Stuka Experten’ 1/72
The Junkers Ju 87B/R Stuka was, and mainly on the Eastern Front, a highly importnant and widely used aeroplane. With the increasing might of the enemy air forces, the Stuka design simply had to constantly undergo continuous improvemetns. So, the Ju 87D variety got into the production. Up until the D-3 type, the wing was of the standard span, but then it changed and got longer span, starting with the D-5 type.
Our Junkers Ju 87D-3 is based on the G-1 model made by Academy and comes with our new injected styrene sprue with both conversion and correction parts. Etches as well as a sheet of decals are also included. The latter offers markings for three machines flown by Luftwaffe Experten, Iron Cross bearers.

– Also available: 3D-printed set P72002 with the rear gunner’s seat and his weapon, paint masks M72038 and Figure set F72377 with the pilot and rear gunner.
– Limited edition
– Interesting colour schemes
– 3D printed parts and etches included

Messerschmitt Bf 109E ‘Slovak and Rumanian Aces’ 1/72
In 1939, the Messerschmitt Bf 109E was arguably the very best fighter aeroplane in the world. And so, many air forces in Europe showed their interest to acquire the type to their inventory. And among the first foreign countries able to do so was Rumania, mainly because of the oil they were mining in
Ploesti. On the other hand, one of the last countries to get the aircraft was the Slovak State, despite being a close ally to Germany at the time. Both these countries, Slovakia and Rumania, put their Emils to military actions on the Eastern Front alongside the German Luftwaffe. And some of their pilots rose to acedom flying these tiny and nimble fighters.
The top-notch model of the Messerstchmitt Bf 109E is here in yet one more reboxing offering decals for two Slovak-born ace pilots and two from Rumania – and these latter ones are also those with most eye-catching machines in the box. The lifes and the fate of the pilots are also described in the four colour schemes.
– Highly interesting and colourful camouflage schemes
– Each of the machines was flown by an attractive figure with interesting life story
– Also available: paint mask sets, pilot figure sets and a wide range of resin and printed accessories

Vickers Vildebeest Mk.IV “Perseus Engine Vers 1/72

A-20B/C Boston with UTK-1 Turret 1/72
The A-20 Boston was an American bomber plane, in fact one of the most successful military type of the war. The VVS and AVMF, or Soviet Air Forces and Naval Aviation, acquired almost three thousands of this aircraft, making them the second largest users of the type after the US Army Air Force. In the Soviet Union, it soon became clear that during the harsh winter conditions on the East Front, the rear gunners suffered far too much from the elements and also that the low-calibre machine gun was not up-to the standards for the battle field. Therefore, it was decided to equip the Soviet A-20 bombers with UTK-1 type turrets and sometimes also with different armament. The new turret changed the side profile of the plane rather dramatically.

In our reissue of the Soviet A-20 bomber, the decal sheet caters for two machines, one of which carried White 20 number and was flown with its original US camouflage scheme with repairs done using local-made paints and was also embellished with a caricature of the Nazi fuhrer Adolf Hitler. The other plane was Yellow 5 flying in British camouflage also with paint scheme repairs.

SH48127 – Fairey Firefly Mk. I “Home Fleet” 1/48

Blohm & Voss BV 155V-1 1/72
The Blohm Voss BV 155B was supposed to become just that weapon to stop the new American B-29 high altitude bombers. However, these magnificent machines were sent to the Pacific area and the development of the BV 155B was not brought to a successful finish. The development had really been rather complicated, originally taking place at Messerschmitt facility as the Me 155, originally designed as a naval fighter for theplanned but never finished Graf Zeppelin carrier. As the requirements of the RLM changed with time, the type was also redesigned to perform as a high altitude machine, the Me155B. The Messerschmitt development team was overburden with several other projects, so the RLM decided to transfer the project work to Blohm Voss, where, however, the Blohm Voss‘ chief designer Richard Voght considered the project to be quite bad and eventually redesigned it completely. The type’s designation changed as well to the BV155, and the new plane was much larger with a long span wing. A four-bladed propeller was driven by a turbo-charged DB 603U engine, with engine radiators hung under the wing. The first BV155V-1 made its maiden flight on 1 September 1944, quipped with a pressurised cockpit and a Rb 50/30 camera behind the pilot’s seat. The planned armament was to consist of a 30mm MK108 cannon in the propeller shaft and two 20mm MG151/20 cannon in the wings. Several problems occured during the first flights, although the team was able to tacke some of them eventually. Another two prototypes, the V- 2 and V-3 had also been partially built. Richard Voght considered also the BV155C, a version which was to have its radiator in the forward fuselage. The advancing British troops brought an end to all these plans when they seized the Blohm Voss factory and also Hamburg – Finkerwerder airfield. The RAF supposedly test-flown the BV155, at least an inventory number was assigned to the type. At first, the Bv155 was sent to the UK, consequently over the pond to the USA. Nowadays, the already incomplete machine is stored at theNational Air and Space Museum depository.
The model of this unique high altitude fighter prototype was already produced by our team and is no longer available. The model that we are going to offer you now is a completely new one, and some of its components are produced using metal moulds. The kit comes on three grey styrene sprues, one sprue sith clear parts and also contains two nicely detailed resin items. The decal sheet was expertly printed by Italian Cartograf.

Heinkel He 178 V-2 1/48

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REISSUE OF A CLASSIC REVELL KIT: NIKE HERCULES MISSILE FROM ATLANTIS MODELS

Scale Model News - Mon, 11/28/2022 - 10:34

 

RECREATING OLD KITS is a specialism of Atlantis Models, and here the company adds to its nostalgic list with a 1:40 scale missile from the mid-20th century.Read more »
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Eduard Dec 2022 News

Model Builder International News - Sat, 11/26/2022 - 15:03

Bf 109G-10 Mtt Regensburg 1/48
Cat.No.: 82119

ProfiPACK edition kit of German WWII fighter aircraft Bf 109G-10 in 1/48 scale.
The kit is focused on 109s produced by Messerschmitt factory in Regensburg.

plastic parts: Eduard
No. of decal options: 5
decals: Eduard
PE parts: color
painting mask: yes
resin parts: no

Fw 190D-9 1/48
Cat.No.: 8188

ProfiPACK edition of German WWII fighter aircraft Fw 190D-9 in 1/48 scale.

plastic parts: Eduard
marking options: 5
decals: Eduard
PE parts: pre-painted
painting mask: yes
resin parts: no

Bf 109E-3 1/72
Cat.No.: 7032

ProfiPACK edition kit of German WWII fighter plane Bf 109E-3 in 1/72 scale.

plastic parts: Special Hobby
marking options: 6
decals: Eduard
PE parts: pre-painted
painting mask: yes
resin parts: no

SAMURAI DUAL COMBO 1/48
Cat.No.: 11168

Limited edition kit of Japanese WWII naval fighter aircraft A6M3 Zero in 1/48 scale.

Kit presents variants A6M3 Zero Type 22 22a and 32.

plastic parts: Eduard
marking options: 12
decals: Eduard
PE parts: pre-painted
painting mask: yes
resin parts: no

P-51D-10 Mustang 1/48
Cat.No.: 84184

Weekend edition kit of US WWII fighter P-51D-10 in 1/48 scale.

plastic parts: Eduard
marking options: 4
decals: Eduard
PE parts: no
painting mask:no
resin parts: no

Spitfire Mk. IXc 1/72
Cat.No.: 7466

Weekend edition kit of British WWII fighter aircraft Spitfire Mk.IXc in 1/72 scale.

plastic parts: Eduard
No. of decal options: 4
decals: Eduard
PE parts: no
painting mask: no
resin parts: no

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MiniArt Nov 2022 News

Model Builder International News - Fri, 11/25/2022 - 17:50

New #MiniArt Kits Available November 2022:

FARM CART & VILLAGE ACCESSORIES
Box Contains Models of Wooden Cart & Accessories

GERMAN SOLDIERS AT WORK (RAD) SPECIAL EDITION
Set includes 5 unassembled and unpainted figures of german soldiers.

U.S. TOW TRUCK G506
HIGHLY DETAILED MODEL
BOX CONTAIN UNASSEMBLED PLASTIC MODEL OF TRUCK WITH 3 TON SERVICE CRANE
DOORS, CAR HOOD CAN BE POSED OPEN OR CLOSED
ENGINE ACCURATELY REPRESENTED
CLEAR PLASTIC PARTS INCLUDED
PHOTOETCHED PARTS INCLUDED
4 DECAL OPTIONS

Pz.Kpfw.IV Ausf. H Vomag. MID PROD. JULY 1943. INTERIOR KIT
HIGHLY DETAILED MODEL
DRIVER COMPARTMENT INTERIOR ACCURATELY REPRESENTED
FULLY DETAILED FIGHTING COMPARTMENT INTERIOR
HIGHLY DETAILED INTERIOR OF TURRET
ALL HATCHES CAN BE POSED OPEN & CLOSED
FULL AMMUNITION INCLUDED
ENGINE INCLUDED
WORKABLE TRACKS INCLUDED
CLEAR PLASTIC PARTS INCLUDED
PHOTO-ETCHED PARTS INCLUDED
DECAL SHEET FOR 5 OPTIONS

GERMAN CIVILIANS 1930-40S. RESIN HEADS
Set includes 5 unassembled and unpainted figures of civilians with Resin Heads.

TEMPO A400 ATHLET 3-WHEEL DELIVERY TRUCK
HIGHLY DETAILED PLASTIC MODEL KIT
CLEAR PLASTIC PARTS INCLUDED
PHOTO-ETCHED PARTS INCLUDED
DECAL SHEET FOR 5 OPTIONS
DOORS CAN BE ASSEMBLED IN OPEN OR CLOSED POSITION

Status Changed – Again Available:
35249 GERMAN TANK CREW (WINTER UNIFORMS) SPECIAL EDITION
35582 LUGGAGE SET 1930-40s
35583 CABLE SPOOLS
35586 HESSIAN BAGS
35588 GERMAN JERRY CANS SET WW2

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JUST ARRIVED - DETAILS OF THE HORNBY TT:120 CLUB

Scale Model News - Sat, 11/05/2022 - 11:52

THE TT:120 CLUB IS ONE OF HORNBY'S ideas to support prospective owners of the newly-introduced 1:120 scale model railway system.

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TABLE-TOP SIZE TT:120 MODEL TRAINS MAKE A BIG COMEBACK

Scale Model News - Tue, 11/01/2022 - 09:11


The new TT (‘Table Top’) 1:120 model rail system has been launched for modellers who wish to have a smaller space for their hobby.

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Italeri Oct 2022 News

Model Builder International News - Fri, 10/28/2022 - 15:35

1/32 Tornado IDS

NEW PARTS – 350 parts – Photo-etched details – Removable RB199 engine with support trolley – Retracted or extended flaps and slats – Movable ailerons – Openable radome and fully detailed radars – Open or closed thrust reversers – Open or closed air brakes – Rubber tyres – Movable variable geometry wings and pylons – Rubber cover for wings entry point – Color instruction sheet – 2 Super decals sheet for 3 versions

FIGURE NOT INCLUDED – CONTAINS ONE MODEL

The Tornado arose from a collaborative project between Italy, Germany, and the United Kingdom to produce a multi-role high-performance combat aircraft. The primary requirement however was to develop a ‘state of the art’ modern aircraft able to perform low-altitude penetrating strike missions. This need was met by the development of a twin-engine combat aircraft with a variable-sweep wing. The Tornado IDS (Interdictor / strike) was the first version to be released by the British Royal Air Force and designated GR.1 Tornado IDS (Interdictor / strike), an aircraft ideally suited to attack roles, was the initial version used by the Flight Squadrons of the three countries that developed the plane, the Italian Aeronautica Militare, the German Luftwaffe and the UK RAF. The Tornado IDS was used in different scenarios where it was able to demonstrate its operational efficiency.

1/48 RF-4E Phantom II

SUPER DECALS SHEET FOR 5 VERSIONS – COLOR INSTRUCTION SHEET

FIGURE NOT INCLUDED

The RF-4E was the unarmed reconnaissance version of the famous McDonnell Douglas two-seats fighter F-4 Phantom II. It was designed and developed for export, and it was the combination of reconnaissance system of the RF-4C with the airframe and the powerful engines of the F-4E. The German Luftwaffe received the first samples in the early 70s and became one of the main users along with Japan, Iran, Israel and Greece. Furthermore, many components and reconnaissance systems were also manufactured in Germany. The RF-4E was able to carry out reconnaissance missions “all-weather” in a very effective way thanks to the cameras installed in the bays, the infrared sensors, and the target looking radar system. Some Countries developed specific versions more in line with the specific operational use.

1/35 Semovente M42 da 75/34

NEW PARTS – METAL GUN BARREL – NEW GLUABLE RUBBER TRACKS – PHOTO ETCHED FRET – DECALS FOR 6 VERSIONS – COLORS INSTRUCTION SHEET

FIGURE NOT INCLUDED

At the end of the 1930’s the Italian Regio Esercito (Royal Italian Army) began to deploy self-propelled artillery guns to provide support for tanks and infantry units. The ‘Semovente’ 75/18 was developed on the back of the ‘M’ series medium tank hull and soon became the most feared Italian armored vehicle. In addition to its primary artillery role, the 75mm howitzer installed in the casemate proved to be a highly effective anti-tank weapon, capable of destroying even the most powerful and heavily armored British and American tanks. During the war however, the Italian Regio Esercito requested the development of a version with increased offensive capability. The 75/34 cannon which was originally designed for an anti-tank role, was fitted to the hull of the M42 self-propelled tank. The initial units of which, were distributed to the Italian Army in the spring of 1943. As a result of its effective operational performance, it was also used by German anti-tank battalions after the armistice in September 1943.

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Eduard Nov2022 News

Model Builder International News - Thu, 10/27/2022 - 14:57

 

SE.5a Hispano Suiza 1/48
Cat.No.: 82132

ProfiPACK edition of British WW1 fighter aircraft SE.5a in 1/48 scale.

The kit contains Hispano Suiza powered SE.5as.

plastic parts: Eduard
marking options: 5
decals: Eduard
PE parts: pre-painted
painting mask: yes
resin parts: no

F4F-4 Wildcat early 1/48
Cat.No.: 82202

ProfiPACK edition kit of US aircraft carrier based fighter F4F-4 Wildcat in 1/48 scale.

plastic parts: Eduard
marking options: 6
decals: Eduard
PE parts: pre-painted
painting mask: yes
resin parts: no

Bf 109G-14/ AS 1/48
Cat.No.: 82162

ProfiPACK edition kit of German fighter plane Bf 109G-14/AS in 1/48 scale.

plastic parts: Eduard
marking options: 5
decals: Eduard
PE parts: pre-painted
painting mask: yes
resin parts: no

F6F-5N Nightfighter 1/72
Cat.No.: 7079

ProfiPACK edition kit of US Naval night fighter aircraft F6F-5N Hellcat in 1/72 scale.

plastic parts: Eduard
marking options: 4
decals: Eduard
PE parts: pre-painted
painting mask: yes
resin parts: no

TORNADO IDS 1/48
Cat.No.: 11165

Limited edition kit of European twin engine combat aircraft Tornado IDS designed for fighter bomber role in German Air Force in 1/48 scale.

Kit presents not only German Tornados in markings from Tiger Meets but also in standard camouflage.

plastic parts: Revell
marking options: 7
decals: Eduard
PE parts: pre-painted
painting mask: yes
resin parts: wheels and seats

Bf 110G-4 1/72
Cat.No.: 7465

Weekend edition kit of German WWII twin-engine heavy fighter aircraft Bf 110G-4 in 1/72 scale.

This version was used in night fighter role with three crew.
plastic parts: Eduard
No. of decal options: 4
decals: Eduard
PE parts: yes
painting mask: no
resin parts: no

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MiniArt Oct 2022 News

Model Builder International News - Wed, 10/26/2022 - 16:44

New #MiniArt Kits Available October 2022:

1/35 StuG III Ausf. G March 1943 Alkett Prod. WITH WINTER TRACKS. INTERIOR KIT
HIGHLY DETAILED PLASTIC MODEL KIT
METAL SURFACES AND WELD LINES ACCURATELY REPRESENTED IN THE MODEL
ALL HATCHES CAN BE ASSEMBLED IN OPEN OR CLOSED POSITION
FULL INTERIOR ACCURATELY REPRESENTED
CLEAR PLASTIC PARTS INCLUDED
PHOTO-ETCHED PARTS INCLUDED
INDIVIDUAL TRACKS INCLUDED
DECAL SHEET FOR 3 OPTIONS

1/35 GERMAN SOLDIERS CARRYING AMMO BOXES
Kit contains 5 Figures with ammo boxes with shells

1/35 DUTCH TRAFFIC SIGNS 1930-40’s
UNASSEMBLED PLASTIC MODEL KIT
BOX CONTAINS MODELS OF TRAFFIC SIGNS
DECALS AND PAPER SIGNS ARE INCLUDED

1/35 T-34/85 YUGOSLAV WARS
HIGHLY DETAILED PLASTIC MODEL KIT
INDIVIDUAL TRACKS INCLUDED
PHOTO-ETCHED PARTS INCLUDED
CLEAR PLASTIC PARTS INCLUDED
ALL HATCHES CAN BE ASSEMBLED IN OPEN OR CLOSED POSITION
METAL SURFACES AND WELD LINES ACCURATELY REPRESENTED IN THE MODEL
DECAL SHEET FOR 5 OPTIONS

1/35 TEMPO A400 LIEFERWAGEN. VEGETABLE DELIVERY VAN
HIGHLY DETAILED PLASTIC MODEL KIT
CLEAR PLASTIC PARTS INCLUDED
PHOTO-ETCHED PARTS INCLUDED
DECAL SHEET FOR 3 OPTIONS
DOORS CAN BE ASSEMBLED IN OPEN OR CLOSED POSITION

1/35 CIVILIAN DRIVERS 1930-40s
Kit contains models of four Figures.

1/35 AUSTIN ARMOURED CAR 3rd SERIES: FREIKORPS SERVICE. INTERIOR KIT
HIGHLY DETAILED PLASTIC MODEL KIT.
BOX CONTAINS MODEL OF ARMORED CAR WITH FULL INTERIOR
DRIVER COMPARTMENT AND INTERIOR OF TURRETS ACCURATELY REPRESENTED.
HIGHLY DETAILED ENGINE COMPARTMENT
ALL HATCHES CAN BE ASSEMBLED IN OPEN OR CLOSED POSITION.
CLEAR PLASTIC PARTS INCLUDED
4 MARKING OPTIONS
PE PARTS ARE INCLUDED

Re-issued…

1/35 GERMAN PANZERGRENADIERS
Kit contains 4 Figures of German Panzergrenadiers

 

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Special Hobby Oct 2022 News

Model Builder International News - Mon, 10/24/2022 - 19:57

L-39ZA/ZA ART Albatros 1/48
The L-39 Albatros is a Czechoslovak jet aircraft that was used for pilot training throughtout the Warsaw Pact and was also successfully exported to many Third World countries. A light attack version was also developed and known as the L-39ZA, which featured a strenghtened wing structure with hardpoints enabling the type to carry external armament and was also equipped with a belly 23mm twin barrel cannon GSh-23. The L-39 still remain in service even after the collapse of the Soviet Union and the Warsaw Pact, and found its way also to military of some new NATO member countries. The avionics of Czech and Slovak machines underwent an upgrading programme, newly produced machines of this standard were exported too, one of the most important export contracts was for the modernised L-39ZA/ART for Thailand.

Kit no.SH48167 comes on three styrene sprues and contains also one clear sprue with the canopy which is split up into several sections and allows the modeller to display the canopy in open position. Resin parts and a set of photo-etches is also in the kit. The decal sheet has markings for one Thai L-39ZA/ART machine, a Czech L-39ZA in two various schemes and an Algerian L-39 which is depicted in three various schemes (the machine was overhauled at Aero following a hard landing). The final option brough via the decal sheet and camo schemes is a Czech machine as test-flown by Israeli pilots and wearing IAF markings.

Gloster Meteor T Mk.7 ‘British Jet Trainer’ 1/72
The Meteor T.7 two seater was among the most widely used jet trainer aircraft of the 1950s and 1960s and saw service with the British military as well as with many various overseas air forces.
Our model of the T.7 comes with three marking options, first you will have the attractive, overall red display machine flown by Gloster’s factory test pilot, then there is a overal aluminium aircraft of No.43 Sqn RAF which is found to bear a connection with a pilot of Czechoslovak origin and lastly the kit also covers a machine as flown in the Netherlands.
– Interesting schemes and decals
– Masks already available, sets being developed

T-33 ‘Japanese and South American T-Birds’ 1/32

Model of one of the most famous trainer aeroplane ever built in the US, no else jet trainer has been produced in larger numbers than the T-33. With the exception of Antarctica and Australia, the T-bird was operated world-wide. The kit offers – six styrene sprues, one sprue with clear parts, full colour instruction manual, pre-painted photo etches, resin cast details and a sheet of decals.

  • Nicely detailed model
  • Etches and resin set already in the box\
  • Famous machine wearing unique colour schemes
  • Decals offer a sharkmouthed machine flown in Guatemala, a Peruvian T-33 and one as operated by the JASDF.

Blue bird on a long flight over Europe, Africa and Asia (Aero Ab-11 L-BUCD) 1/72
The Aero A-11 was amongst the best Czechoslovak-made aircraft of the 1920s. No wonder then that the type was chosen by the crew of Stabni Kapitan (Sqn/L) Stanovsky and his mechanic Simek for their long distance flight around Europe, North Africa and the Middle East which took place in May and June 1926. For its distinctive colour, their machine was aptly named The Blue Bird. Now it gives us really big pleasure to replicate this important piece of Czech aviation history and release the model kit of the Aero A-11 biplane – even though only in a limited series. The kit contains two styrene sprues, one clear sprue with a pair of windscreens and a sheet of decals

– limited batch only
– attractive colour option
– extremely attractive history of this particular aeroplane

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Hasegawa Oct 2022 News

Model Builder International News - Fri, 10/21/2022 - 14:09

UH-60J (SP) Rescue Hawk “Naha Rescue Team 40th Anniversary”
Scale … 1:72
Product number ………… 02414
Release date … Around October 08, 2022
Parts Number … 116
Model length … 256.5mm
Model width … 228mm

Reproduce the special painting machine of the Naha Rescue Corps, which celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2012!

etching parts
antenna

Decal (Marking)
Air Self-Defense Force Naha Rescue Corps 40th Anniversary Painting Machine “590” (Naha Base: 2012)

F-15DJ Eagle “Aggressor Lionfish”
Scale … 1:72
Product number ………… 02415
Release date … Around October 08, 2022
Parts Number … 142
Model length … 267mm
Model width … 179mm

Reproduce “082” wearing red brown, brown, and white camouflage from the Air Self-Defense Force Flight Instruction Group !

Decal (Marking)
Air Self-Defense Force flight instruction group belonging machine “082” (2018-2020)

YHP Nissan R92CP “1992 JSPC Round 5 All Japan Fuji 1000km
Scale … 1:24
Product number ………… 20597
Release date … Around October 13, 2022
Parts Number … 125
Model length … 200mm
Model width … 84.5mm

1992 JSPC Round 5 Reproduce the late specification machine!

Body parts color is white.
A stainless steel rod for the antenna and a window sticker are included.

Decal (Marking)
1992 JSPC car Nismo Team CAR No.24 Driver: Masahiro Hasemi, Masahiko Kageyama

Mitsubishi Lancer (Charisma GT) Evolution IV “1997 Acropolis Rally”
Scale … 1:24
Product number ………… 20593
Release date … Around October 13, 2022
Parts Number … 117
Model length … 180mm
Model width … 71mm

1997 Acropolis Rally 4th place machine reproduced!
Body parts color is white.

Decal (Marking)
1997 Acropolis Rally 4th Place Car No.2 Driver: Richard Burns

VC-25A “Air Force One 2022”
Scale : 1:200
Product number : 10852
Release date : Around October 15, 2022
Model Overall length … 350mm
Model overall width … 324mm

Reproduce the appearance when you came to Japan in May this year!
Add resin parts radome and antenna.

resin parts
Radome
antenna

Decal (Marking)
U.S. Air Force 89th Airlift Wing U.S. Presidential Aircraft “28000”

Toyota Celica Turbo 4WD “Grifone 1995 RAC Rally”
Scale … 1:24
Product number ………… 20594
Release date … Around October 19, 2022
Parts Number … 116
Model length … 184mm
Model width … 75mm

Reproduce the machine of the Grifone team!
Body parts color is white.

Decal (Marking)
1995 RAC Rally Car Grifone Team Car No.33 Driver: Andrea Navarra

Honda N360S (NI)
Scale … 1:24
Product number ………… 20595
Release date … Around October 19, 2022
Model Overall length … 124.5mm

Reproduce the sports model (1968 model)!

A lot of equipment for exclusive use of S type is set!
・3-spoke steering wheel
・Ventilator cowl
・Sports mirror
・Fog lamp
・Tachometer
Body parts color is white.

AH-64D Apache Longbow “JGSDF Detail Up Version”
Scale … 1:48
Product number ………… 07515
Release date … Around October 22, 2022
Model Overall length … 367mm
Model overall width … 305mm

A deluxe version that includes detail up parts!

etching parts
Each part mesh, etc.

Sawing
rear antenna

Decal (Marking)
07515
Ground Self-Defense Force affiliation machine

Suzuki GSX-R750 (H) (GR71G) “Blue/White color”
Scale … 1:12
Product number ………… 21746
Release date … Around October 22, 2022
Parts Number … 166
Model length … 177mm
Model width … 60mm

1987 late model (H type) color variations,
reproduce blue / white color!

The cowl parts color is white.

Decal (Marking)
blue/white color

Lancia Stratos HF “1979 RAC Rally”
Scale … 1:24
Product number ………… 20598
Release date … Around October 26, 2022 P
Parts Number … 145
Model length … 161mm
Model width … 78mm

Body parts color is white.

Decal (Marking)
1979 RAC Rally 5th Place Car No.2 Driver Marc Allen

Mini Cooper 1.3i (1997)
Scale … 1:24
Product number … HC54
Release date … Around October 29, 2022
Number of parts … 127 models
Overall length … 128mm
Model overall width … 67.5mm

The Mini (Classic Mini) that appeared in 1959 was manufactured without a model change until 2000. A front-wheel drive vehicle with a compact body and maximum living space, it is especially popular in Japan and has been loved for generations.
The kit reproduces the “Mini Cooper” (1997) from the final model of the classic mini (commonly known as MK.X) produced from 1997 to 2000 with a completely new mold based on the actual vehicle coverage. We are particular about reproducing the suspension and the characteristic body structure, and when assembling the kit, you can enjoy the feeling of restoring the actual car. Body parts color is white. Comes with metal inlets such as dashboard meter frames and window stickers.

[plated parts]

■ Front grill ■ Bumper (front and rear) ■ Headlight/taillight mirror surface

■Emblem ■Fuel filler cover ■Muffler ■Doorknob etc.

[Metal inlet]

■ Dashboard meter frame ■ Door mirror mirror surface ■ Rearview mirror mirror surface

[bonus parts]

■Center meter type dashboard ■Wood steering wheel
■Fender mirror (plated parts) ■European license plate

VF-1A Valkyrie “Production 5000 Commemorative Painting Machine”
Scale … 1:48
Product number ………… 65879
Release date … Around November 03, 2022
Number of parts … 224
models Overall length … 296.5mm
Model overall width … 308mm

1/48 scale production 5000 commemorative painting machine kit!

The head is A type, and the cockpit and pilot parts are set for the TV version.
Airframe parts color is white.
Macross visual artist Hidetaka Tenjin is in charge of the package illustration.

Decal (Marking)
VF-1 5GRAND commemorative paint machine for 5000th production

P1Y1-S Galaxy 11 Night Fighter “302nd Air Force”
Scale : 1:72
Product number : 02413
Release date : Around November 03, 2022
Number of parts : 75
models Overall length … 208mm
Model overall width … 278mm

Reproduce the night fighter type equipped with two diagonal guns in the center of the fuselage!

Decal (Marking)
302nd Navy Air Corps machine “Yo D-153” / “Yo D-191” (1945)

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Trumpeter Oct 2022 News

Model Builder International News - Fri, 10/21/2022 - 12:00

Russian 2S35-1 Koalitsiya-SV KSh
Item No.: 01085 Scale: 1:35

MAZ-545 Transporter with CHMZAP-5247G Semi-trailer
Item No.: 01089 Scale: 1:35

Iron Dome Air Defense System
Item No.: 01092 Scale: 1:35

HMS Exeter
Item No.: 06744 Scale: 1:700

German Leopard2A4 MBT
Item No.: 07190 Scale: 1:72

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HobbyBoss Oct 2022 News

Model Builder International News - Thu, 10/20/2022 - 13:06

1:48 F4U-1D Corsair ITEM No.: 80384

1:35 German Sd.Kfz.179 Bergepanther Ausf.G Late Version ITEM No.: 84554

1:35 ITEM No.: 85527
Scammell Commander with 62 tonne Crane Fruehauf semi-trailer

 

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VISITING THE AMAZING NATIONAL FILM AND SCI-FI MUSEUM

Scale Model News - Wed, 10/19/2022 - 10:48
 


THIS NEW MUSEUM is a must-visit centre for film and sci-fi fans.Read more »
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Eduard Oct 2022 News

Model Builder International News - Wed, 10/12/2022 - 18:41

Eduard’s INFO magazine for Oct is available here.

A6M3 Zero Type 32 1/48
Cat.No.: 82213

ProfiPACK edition kit of Japanese WWII naval fighter plane A6M3 Zero Type 32 in 1/48 scale.

plastic parts: Eduard
marking options: 5
decals: Eduard
PE parts: pre-painted
painting mask: yes
resin parts: no

MiG-21PFM 1/72
Cat.No.: 70144
ProfiPACK edition kit of Soviet Cold War jet aircraft MiG-21PFM in 1/72 scale.
plastic parts: Eduard
marking options: 5
decals: Eduard
PE parts: yes, pre-painted
painting mask: yes
resin parts: no

MIDWAY DUAL COMBO 1/48
Cat.No.: 11166

Limited edition kit of US carrier based fighter F4F-3 and F4F-4 Wildcat in 1/48 scale.

Kit presents Wilcats from United States Navy and Marine Corps from pre-war service to the Battle of Midway.

plastic parts:Eduard
marking options: 10
decals: Eduard
PE parts: pre-painted
painting mask: yes

Z-326 Trenér Master DUAL COMBO 1/48
Cat.No.: 11167

Limited edition kit of Czechoslovak single engine two-seat trainer and aerobatic aircraft Zlín Z-326 Trenér Master including Z-326M and Z-326MF versions in 1/48 scale.

Kit presents markings selection including Czechoslovak Czech and foreign users.

plastic parts:Eduard
marking options: 10
decals: Eduard
PE parts: pre-painted
painting mask: yes

Fw 190A-8 1/48
Cat.No.: 84116
Weekend edition kit of German WWII fighter aircraft Fw 190A-8 in 1/48 scale.
plastic parts: Eduard
No.of decal options: 4
decals: Eduard
PE parts: no
painting mask: no
resin parts: no

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WILD WEST 'CRYSTAL MILL' DIORAMA HOW-TO FROM BOYLEI HOBBY TIME

Scale Model News - Sat, 10/08/2022 - 03:00

BOYLEI HOBBY TIME is a popular YouTube channel, and it's not hard to see why. His dioramas are highly original and well worth a close look.Read more »
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REVELL V-2 MISSILE CARRIER TO 1:72 SCALE

Scale Model News - Wed, 10/05/2022 - 03:00

RATHER LIKE YOU CAN NEVER HAVE too many Spitfires for WWII aircraft, you can never have too many V-2s in the missile category. 

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Italeri Sep 2022 News

Model Builder International News - Fri, 09/30/2022 - 14:53

1/48 F/A-18F Super Hornet U.S. Navy Special Colors

SUPER DECALS SHEET FOR 4 VERSIONS – COLOR INSTRUCTION SHEET

FIGURE NOT INCLUDED

The Boeing F/A-18F Super Hornet is a modern twin-engine, carrier-capable, single-seat fighter directly derived from the original design of the McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet. Larger and heavier than its predecessor, it is characterized by significantly improved flight and combat performance. Noticeable evolutionary design changes can best be seen in the revised wing-shape which is able to ensure maximum performance, particularly in terms of maneuverability. Additional design improvements can also be seen in the newer intake ramps for the engines, and also in the enhanced tail design. The aircraft originally entered service with the United States Navy in the early 2000’s to replace the F-14 Tomcat, with the primary role of fleet air defense. Deployed with an increased mission range and the adoption of improved avionic systems, it is one of the more effective carrier-based fighters. It is armed with a 20mm M61 internal gun and can carry air-to-air missiles mounted on its under-wing hard points. The two-seater F / A-18F Super Hornet was designed and developed from its earlier single-seat version. The aircraft demonstrated a high level of operational flexibility including fleet air defense, ground attack, close support and interdiction roles.

1/72 Fokker F-27 Maritime Patrol

SUPER DECALS SHEET FOR 3 VERSIONS – COLOR INSTRUCTION SHEET

The twin-engine Fokker F-27 Friendship was developed during the fifties by the Dutch airplanes manufacturer to provide a valid successor to the old traditional piston engine Douglas DC-3 in service since the World War II. The Fokker F-27 immediately achieved a good commercial success in civil and military uses and it was even produced under licence in the United States. Thanks to its two 2,250 Hp Rolls-Royce turboprop engines the Fokker was able to reach the max speed of 460 Km/h. Since its start of production it was adopted by a lot of airlines that found in it the best solution for short-haul routes. The adoption of two turboprop engines, compared to traditional piston engines, reduced vibrations and provided an improved comfort on board. The plane was very versatile and was widely used for freight transport activities, troop transport duties and maritime patrol.

1/35 T-34/76 Model 1943 Early Version Premium Edition

NEW METALLIZED BOX – METAL GUN BARREL – TWO MAIN WHEELS TYPES – DETAILED ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION – GLUABLE RUBBER TRACKS OR LINK-AND-LENGTH – PHOTO ETCHED FRET – DECALS FOR 6 VERSIONS – COLORS INSTRUCTION SHEET

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The T-34 was one of the most famous tanks produced during WWll and was the mainstay of the Soviet Army during this conflict. One of the key innovations introduced by the T-34 design was the sloped armor at the front which guaranteed a higher degree of protection from direct hits. The adoption of wide tracks provided excellent mobility on all types of terrain, including mud and snow. The first version of the T-34 which was armed with a 76 mm short barrel gun gained an immediate advantage over the most common German tanks of the era, such as the Panzer III and the Panzer IV. Due to its 12 Cylinders diesel engine, the tank was able to attain a maximum speed of 55 Km/h. It was considered, in terms of sheer operational effectiveness, the best tank of the Second World War.

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Special Hobby Sep 2022 News

Model Builder International News - Thu, 09/29/2022 - 16:09

Aero C-3B ‘Czechoslovak Bomber-Trainer’ 1/48
The Siebel Si 204A and Si 204D were the transport training versions of the twin-engined aircraft designed and built for the Lufthansa and, mainly, for the Luftwaffe. A bomber trainer version was also built during the war which was capable of taking night bombing missions, too. Known as the Si 204E, two prototype machines were built and a small batch designated Si 204E-0. These machines were used for nocturnal bombing missions, among other also in Slovakia to suppress the Slovak national uprising. After the war, the production of the type went on in Czechoslovakia, where the type got the Aero C-3B military designation, and they meant much more for the fledgling air force than they did for Germans. At first, they were meant to assist the training of the air crews. The February 1948 pro-communist coup brought about the virtual impossibility of acquiring new, state of the art aircraft from the West as well as it meant the end of spare parts supplies for the Mosquito and other aircraft already in Czech service. The communist regime also began to build an oversized army and air force in truly megalomaniac fashion common for other communist block countries, too. What they were not able to do, however, was to produce modern aircraft, nor was the Soviet Union able to deliver such equipment to them. So the outdated Siebels were to stay in service as a mainstay of the bomber force well until 1955 when Soviet jet bombers eventually arrived.
The model kit consists of as many as nine grey styrene sprues, two clear plastic sprues and a sheet of decals covering three Czechoslovak Air Force machines.

– a very attractive version
– both the interior and exterior offer nice levels of detail
– sets and figures for the model are also available, separately

Mirage IIIC 1/72
The Mirage IIICJ became the symbol of the Israeli air superiority during the wars with the neighbouring Arab countries. The Mach Two, high performance, delta wing fighter aeroplanes were produced by French Dassault, but the Israeli CJ version differed from the airframes built for the French military by not being fitted with the rocket booster motor. The Israeli Mirages took part in the War over Water, Six Day War, Attrition War and the Yom Kippur War as well as several more minor clashes. In its air superiority role, the Mirage did very well indeed, and many of their pilots quickly became aces.
As many as seven styrene sprues plus one with clear parts in the kit are joined by a decal sheet with markings for four IAF machines with the earlier powerplant, the Atar 9B jet engine.

– Superbly detailed model
– Colourful and eye-catching schemes and decals
– And also a ‘Black’ Mirage completely covered in soot from the explosion of an Arab jet that it had just shot down.
– Pre-cut masks also available, resin detail sets being developed at the moment

Ju 87A Stuka „Anton in Luftwaffe service“ 1/72
The Junkers Ju 87A Stuka is the first Stuka version in serial production. The first pieces were part of the Legion Kondor in the Spanish civil war. During WWII the Ju 87A served as training planes for Luftwaffe pilots until 1944.
The kit contains two frames of grey plastic, injected clear parts, PE parts and PUR parts. There are decals for three German planes.
This kit is in limited stock and is only available on our website www.specialhobby.eu.

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