A 1/32 scale Fokker D.II is on the way for World War 1 fans from Special Hobby.
Special Hobby's popular Boulton Paul Balliol kit makes a welcome return as a re-issue with new markings.
Special Hobby have reworked the former Sword 1:72 kit of the Brewster Buffalo with additional new parts and are all set to release it with Australian and US markings.
Special Hobby are all set to release the former Classic Airframes quarterscale Buffalo in Finnish markings.
Special Hobby have sent us details of their new Ju 88D, which is based on the popular ICM kit of the 'A-5 with additional conversion parts produced by Special Hobby.
Coming soon from Special Hobby is a interesting 1/32 scale kit of a high performance fighter plane based off a 1930's high wing plane.
Special Hobby have announced the release of a 1/48 SAAB AJS-37 Viggen. Thanks to Tim Hatton [Litespeed] for finding this.
A 1/48th Junkers Ju 88C-4 has been posted by Special Hobby on their Facebook page for release in the near future.
Next month sees some exciting new releases from Special Hobby. There‘s a new boxing of the 1:32 Tempest Mk. V and a couple of very interesting tie-ins: ICM‘s well-received 1:48 Junkers Ju 88 reworked as a solid nose Ju 88C-4 and some very welcome news - the first of a series of re-releases of the sorely missed Classic Airframes range in the form of the Fokker D.XXI.
Special Hobby have announced the welcome re-release of the 1:48 Pfalz E. I, previously part of the Gavia range.
Special Hobby have sent us an update on their intended releases for this month, including full-build pics of the new-tool Bücker Bü 181 Bestmann.
Many thanks to Carlos Martin for bringing us news that Special Hobby are preparing a new-tool 1:72 kit of the CASA C-212 Aviocar.
Michal Sindera has sent us details of Special Hobby's exciting new-tool Bücker Bestmann, including photos of the first test shots.
Some exciting teasers from Special Hobby this month of what's in the works! A 1:32 Yak-3 that should be a guaranteed hit is joined by a trio of equally interesting 1:48 kits.
The Barracuda and VVS turret-equipped Boston are joined in this month's Special Hobby line-up by the welcome re-release of the popular 1:48 Boomerang. It's been enhanced too, so it's definitely one to grab if you missed it first time around - or even if you've already got the original.
The wait is almost over and Special Hobby's 1:32 Hawker Tempest Mk. V is just a couple of weeks away from hitting the shelves. Special Hobby have sent us the latest details and the kit looks to be undoubtedly the company's most ambitious and sophisticated aircraft kit to date, featuring CAD-produced styrene mouldings, accompanied by etched and resin accessories, painting masks and flexible seat belts.
This month sees Special Hobby announce the welcome return of their largescale kit of Brewster Buffalo. This boxing features colourful pre-war US markings.
Special Hobby have sent us details of their latest 1:72 kit - a new-tool Mirage F.1 2-seater. The kit is backed up by an extensive range of aftermarket upgrades.
Special Hobby have sent us details of their latest kits for the month ahead. The Me 163A and Vautour are joined by a cut-down release of their impressive Mirage F.1 (watch out for a review soon in it's full form here on Aeroscale).
Special Hobby have sent us details of two new releases in their Special Navy series. The deck guns are designed for Revell's 1:72 kit.
Special Hobby have sent us details of their latest releases. The 1:48 He 178 makes a welcome return, along with the Re 2003 and Me 163A in 1:72.
Special Hobby have sent full details of the first two 1:35 injected kits in their new Special Armour range. Both items are due for imminent release.
New from Special Hobby this month comes a reissue of the detailed mixed media kit of the Avro Anson in 1:72. They have also sent us a sneak preview of forthcoming releases.
Special Hobby have announced three new 1:72 kits this month. WW2 enthusiasts can look forward to a Ki-43 Oscar and the Mirage F.1 and Magister should keep fans of classic jets busy for a while. Meanwhile, there's an Me 163A on the horizon.
Special Hobby have sent us news of three forthcoming 1:35 scale releases. The figure will be a CMK item, while the guns will be available under their Special Armour label.