Special Hobby / MPM Newsletter 06-15

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Special Hobby / MPM Production Newsletter 6/2015
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In  June, a pair of long-promised N-3PB models would finaly hit the shelves as well as a very interesting re-release of the Caproni Ca.311 kit. Our completely new Fouga CM.175 Zéphyr and Folland F.1 Gnat models will also become available. In the offing for the summer time there are three kits of Italian floatplanes known as the IMAM (Romeo) Ro.43 and Ro.44. These three, unlike all the earlier-mentioned models, will delight fans of the quarter scale. The 1/32 Tempest master model parts are already finished (the model will be offered in Mk.II, Mk.V and Mk.VI versions) and we are currently working on the moulds. In the history of our company, we have never produced so complicated and detailed project as is the 32nd Tempest. Among our further projects, you can find also a model of an iconic Czechoslovak biplane from the immediate pre-war era which was called the Letov Š-328. This plane flew also during the Second World War and was operated by several air forces. We are convinced that it might make the type interesting not only for Czech and Slovak modellers.
At present, the following  models are hopelessly sold out: SA72001 SS-100 Gigant, SA72003 A4/V2 Rocket and SA72014 A4/V2 Prototypes, all in 1/72 scale. However, we consider to re-issue them and we will of course keep you informed in due time.

 

Special Hobby plastic kits

1/72 N-3PB "No. 330 (Norwegian) Squadron
The N-3PB were being operated by No.330 (Norwegian) squadron based on Iceland for a quite long period of time. Initialy, the planes flew with the early RAF type of roundels and with fuselage numbers instead of squadron codes which were incorporated later on. During 1942, a new type of RAF markings was introduced and replaced the older ones also on the N-3PB airframes and the colour of the fuselage codes was changed as well. The decal sheet covers all the above options and caters for three machines, one with the initial markings and numbers on the fuselage and the other two with the fuselage code letters in two different colours and wearing the early and also the later style of the RAF roundels.
The kit features three grey styrene runners and one with the clear parts. Some of the smaller parts were created using our advanced CAD design and a metallic insert in the standard moulds will assure their best possible quality. Among those 3D-designed parts is also the beaching gear. The photo-etched fret takes care of some interior detail, water rudders and mooring points.
1/72 N-3PB "Little Norway service"
The kit features three grey styrene runners and one with the clear parts. Some of the smaller parts were created using our advanced CAD design and a metallic insert in the standard moulds will assure their best possible quality. Among those 3D-designed parts is also the beaching gear. The photo-etched fret takes care of some interior detail, water rudders and mooring points.
This offering comes with exactly the same runners and set of brass parts as the previous model of the Northrop N-3PB (SH72250). The difference is in the decal sheet which now features three different machines that were operated in Little Norway and flew with Norwegian markings in the form of stripes in Norway´s national colours.
1/72 Caproni Ca.311 Foreign Service
As the name of this model already suggests, the camouflage options featured in the model bring markings for various users outside Italy. If you fancy building something less usual, you can chose between a Ca.311 of the Yugoslav Air Force, Croatian Ca.311M or a captured Ca.311 in a RAF guise. The kit parts come on three sprues, wings and small patrs are in standard grey styrene runners while the fuselage frame is injected completely clear. This feature eliminates the challenging assembly of the fuselage windows for the Ca.311 version. Our spray masks will certainly help modellers come painting time. The kit also contains crisply cast resin and a fret of photo-etched parts.

We are preparing these models for July 2015:

CMK Resin kits

Extremely detailed set that completely replaces the original interior parts of the new Revell Spitfire Mk.II model. The new interior offers the fuselage bulkheads, fuselage floor, padded pilots´seat, headrest with its armoured backplate and other details as well. The set comes with prepainted PE fret and a decals sheet of the interior stencilling.
EADS GAF Recce Pod is a modern optical reconnaissance pod for low and mid flight levels and can be fitted to a model of West-European Panavia Tornado of the German Luftwaffe. Full set of stencils is provided via a decal sheet and it comes with a thorough guide showing the stencils location.
Lovely rendition of an English knight wearing a hauberk (a type of mail armour), a great helm and armed with a spear. The arms, sword, spear tip and the shield are supplied individually.
Finely detailed figure of a US Army soldier from the Vietnam War era. The head, both forearms and the M60 machine gun are provided as a separate parts.
Superbly detailed resin-cast figure of an American WW2 soldier. His left arm is provided as a separate item, the jacket is undone and he wears a helmet and goggles.
Impressive resin seats designed to enliven models of the Fouga Magister, one of the most commonly used jet trainer aircraft of the last century.
EADS GAF Recce Pod is a modern optical reconnaissance pod for low and mid flight levels and can be fitted to a model of West-European Panavia Tornado of the German Luftwaffe. Full set of stencils is provided via a decal sheet and it comes with a thorough guide showing the stencils location.
Excellent figure of a Russian sniper from the WW2 period wearing a camouflage tarp. The head and the gun come as a separate parts. 
Superbly sculpted resin figure depicting an English knight on horseback. The warrior wears a hauberk and has a great helm on his head, while his arms, sword, spear tip and the shield come as separate parts. Lower half of the figure is cast in one piece with the horse.
Resin figure of a WW2 US soldier comes with stunning details. The left arm is a separate piece while the right hand, cast together with the body, is resting in the soldier´s pocket. He is wearing a zipped up jacket and a helmet on his head.
EADS GAF Recce Pod is a modern optical reconnaissance pod for low and mid flight levels and can be fitted to a model of West-European Panavia Tornado of the German Luftwaffe. Full set of stencils is provided via a decal sheet and it comes with a thorough guide showing the stencils location.
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