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SH72457 Bugatti 100P Racer - Standa Hajek boxart

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Standa Hajek at his very best, again! No gunfire, no huge bomb explosions and yet this is the sort of boxart that is definitely going to stun the model builders as the real Blue Bugatti would have done had it taken to the skies around the race pylons back at the time. Well, enough said, Special Hobby's 1/72 Bugatti 100P Racer kit SH72457 is scheduled to appear at the course, sorry on the shelves, in January 2022.

1/72 Special Armour models built by Sebastian Gladeck - pt.II

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   Today we would like to bring you the second in the series of photos of 1/72 Special Armour models built by Sebastian Gladeck of the Modellbauklub Koblentz. Photos sent courtesy of Bernd Heller who also took them. Our big thank you to both gentlemen.   Among Sebastian's models you can find also the 1/72 SS-100 Gigant SA72001 , A-Stoffanhänger ‘Liquid Oxygen Tank for V2’ SA72015 and the Meillerwagen ‘V-2 Transporter’ SA72012 . All these three were the support vehicles for the V-2 rocket missile, a model of which Special Armour also produces.  

SH48214 Tempest Mk.II in 1/48 - Martin Pfeifer model work in progress report

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Along with his superbly finished 1/72 AJ-37 Viggen , Martin also brought his latest project for us to inspect, this being the quarterscale Tempest Mk.II, SH48214. So who will be the first to spot any inaccuracy in Martin's paintjob? :-)

SH72378 AJ-37 Viggen ´Strike Fighter´ in 1/72 - Lovely Viggen by Martin Pfeifer

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   Another really splendid model joins our company collections today, built by our permament collaborator Mr. Martin Pfeifer. It brings us great joy to be able to share the model with you now via the photogaphs below.

SH72437 A.W. Meteor NF Mk.11 ‘RAF Squadrons’ - camouflage schemes

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The upcoming SH72437 A.W. Meteor NF Mk.11 ‘RAF Squadrons’ model offers four RAF scheme options. While two of the selected machines flew over Britain, the other two options portray overseas Meteors based in West Germany. And as the decal sheet also caters for the rather plentiful stencils, there needs to be a fifth scheme page showing the correct placement of those tiniest of decals.