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Hobby Master 1/48 Hawker Hurricane Mk.I R4175, Sgt. J. Frantisek, No.303 (Polish) Sqn., RAF Northolt, Sept 1940 HA8601

Hobby Master's die-cast 1/48 Hawker Hurricane Mk.I R4175, No.303 (Polish) Sqn., RAF Northolt, Sept 1940! HA8601 is an excellent model of the aircraft flown by Sgt J Frantisek, a Czech pilot flying from RAF Northolt in September 1940.
The Hurricane was the first British monoplane with retractable landing gear and enclosed cockpit and the first to mount 8 machine guns. It went into operational service in December 1937 with RAF 111 Squadron. Over shadowed by the faster and more nimble Spitfire, it was nonetheless the major player in the Battle of Britain - 80% of the 1,792 German aircraft shot down resulted from action with some involvement by Hurricanes - 14,533 were produced in all variants.


Originally ?52.99, we made a special purchase to achieve this low price. In 1/48 scale it's a large model, about 10" long and part of a series specifically devoted to the Hurricane. 


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Hobby Master 1/48 Hawker Hurricane Mk.I P2961, Flying Officer W.L. McKnight, No 242 Sqn., RAF Coltishall, Dec 1940 HA8602

Hobby Master 1/48 Hawker Hurricane Mk.I P2961, Flying Officer W.L. McKnight, No 242 Sqn., RAF Coltishall, Dec 1940 HA8602
Hobby Master's second Hawker Hurricane MK1 is a 1/48th scale model as flown by Flying officer W l McNight flying in 242 squadron from RAF Coltishall during December 1940.
The Hawker Hurricane was the first British single-engine fighter and the first single wing aircraft with retractable landing gear as well as an enclosed cockpit and 8 machine guns. The Hurricane went into operational service in December 1937 with the RAF 111 Squadron. The Hurricane is usually over looked as a major player in the BoB because of the Spitfire but 80% of the 1,792 German aircraft shot down were because of the Hurricane. There were 14,533 Hurricanes produced in all variants.
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Hobby Master 1/48 Hawker Hurricane Mk.I RF-A Flg Off Hennebeeg 303 Polish Sqn Notholt sept 1940 HA8605

Hobby Master 1/48 Hawker Hurricane Mk.I RF-A Flg Off Hennebeeg 303 Polish Sqn Notholt sept 1940 HA8605
Hobbymaster,s HA8605 1/48th Diecast aircraft model of a RAF Hawker Hurricane Mk.I Fighter RF-A flown by Flg Off Hennebeeg of the 303 Polish Sqn based at RAF Notholt during september 1940 The Hawker Hurricane was the first British single-engine fighter and the first single wing aircraft with retractable landing gear as well as an enclosed cockpit and 8 machine guns. The Hurricane went into operational service in December 1937 with the RAF 111 Squadron. The Hurricane is usually over looked as a major player in the BoB because of the Spitfire but 80% of the 1,792 German aircraft shot down were because of the Hurricane. There were 14,533 Hurricanes produced in all variants.
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Hobby Master 1/48 Hawker Hurricane I LE-D, flown by Sqn Ldr Douglas Bader, No 242 Sqn., Coltishall, Sept 1940 HA8606

Hawker Hurricane I LE-D, flown by Sqn Ldr Douglas Bader, No 242 Sqn., Coltishall, Sept 1940
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Hobby Master 1/48 Hawker Hurricane I SD-F, flown by Sgt. Ldr James "Ginger" Lacey, No. 501 Sqn., Gravesend, Sept 1940 HA8607

Hawker Hurricane I SD-F, flown by Sgt. Ldr James "Ginger" Lacey, No. 501 Sqn., Gravesend, Sept 1940
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Hobby Master 1/48 Hawker Hurricane Mk.I GN-F, Plt Off Tom Neil,, 249 Sqn., England 1940 HA8604

Hobby Master 1/48 Hawker Hurricane Mk.I GN-F, Plt Off Tom Neil,, 249 Sqn., England 1940 HA8604
The Hawker Hurricane was the first British single-engine fighter and the first single wing aircraft with retractable landing gear as well as an enclosed cockpit and 8 machine guns. The Hurricane went into operational service in December 1937 with the RAF 111 Squadron. The Hurricane is usually over looked as a major player in the BoB because of the Spitfire but 80% of the 1,792 German aircraft shot down were because of the Hurricane. There were 14,533 Hurricanes produced in all variants.
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Hobby Master 1/48 F2A-3 Buffalo "White 2" NAS Miami, Florida 1940s HA7011

Hobby Master 1/48 F2A-3 Buffalo "White 2" NAS Miami, Florida 1940s HA7011
Brewster & Company started out as a manufacturer of horse-drawn wagons and carriages. In 1920 they moved up to supplying aircraft floats to the Naval Aircraft Factory. The next step was producing things so they designed the SBN-1 low-wing, two-seater, all-metal torpedo/bomber/reconnaissance plane for the USN. The next big break came when their Brewster F2A was chosen over the Grumman F4F. What should have been a great opportunity for the company turned into a night-mare. They sold far more planes than they could produce which meant the US orders weren't being filled as almost all planes were shipped overseas. Next they were caught up in an arms scandal during the Spanish Civil War and this forced the US Government to step in and take control of the company and production of the Brewster planes. The Brewster Aircraft Company finally closed its doors in 1944.
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Hobby Master 1/48 FW 190A-4 W. Nr. 634, flown by Major Hermann Graf, JG 2, France 1943 HA7419

Hobby Master 1/48 FW 190A-4 W. Nr. 634, flown by Major Hermann Graf,  JG 2, France 1943 HA7819

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Hobby Master 1/48 FW 190A-4 9./JG 2 Staffelkapitan Hptm. Siegfried Schnell, Feb., 1943 HA7420

Hobby Master 1/48 FW 190A-4 9./JG 2 Staffelkapitan Hptm. Siegfried Schnell, Feb., 1943 HA7820

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Hobby Master 1/48 FW 190A-4 "White 8", 1. Staffel/I. Gruppe, JG.54, Eastern Front, early 1943 HA7421

Hobby Master 1/48 FW 190A-4 "White 8", 1. Staffel/I. Gruppe, JG.54, Eastern Front, early 1943 HA7821

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Hobby Master 1/48 Boeing P-26A Peashooter Wheeler Field, Hawaii, Dec 1941 HA7508

Hobby Master 1/48 Boeing P-26A Peashooter Wheeler Field, Hawaii, Dec 1941HA7508
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Hobby Master 1/48 Boeing Model 281 1703, 17th Sqn., Chinese Air Force, Nanking, WWII HA7510

Hobby Master 1/48 Boeing Model 281 1703, 17th Sqn., Chinese Air Force, Nanking, WWII HA7510
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Hobby Master 1/48 Spitfire PR Mk.XI PA944 14th Sqn 7th Photo Recon Group RAF Mount Farm UK 1944 HA7606

Hobby Master 1/48 Spitfire PR Mk.XI PA944 14th Sqn 7th Photo Recon Group RAF Mount Farm UK 1944 HA7606
Hobbymaster 1/48th HA7606 Spitfire PR Mk.XI PA944 14th Sqn 7th Photo Recon Group  RAF Mount Farm UK, 1944
The Mark XI was basically a Mark IX Spitfire interceptor that had its guns and armour removed, a larger oil tank added in the nose, a more powerful engine, a larger fuel capacity and photographic equipment added for recon missions. The Mk.XI defense was its speed.
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Hobby Master 1/48 P-51D Mustang Scorpion Squadron No.54 Israeli Air Force Suez Campaign 1956 HA7709

Hobby Master 1/48 P-51D Mustang Scorpion Squadron No.54 Israeli Air Force Suez Campaign 1956 HA7709
Later in WWII the Allied bombers were flying deep into Germany but suffered tremendous losses because of the lack of range the fighter escorts had. German fighters would wait beyond the range of the Allied fighters and then attack the vulnerable bombers. Once the P- 51 called Mustang by the British had the Allison engine replaced with a British Merlin it possessed the high performance that had been lacking. With drop tanks the P-51 had the range to escort bombers all the way to Berlin and back.
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Hobby Master 1/48 P-51D Mustang "BOOMERANG JR" flown by Col. Arthur 'Art" Jeffrey, 434th FS, 479th FG, Dec 1944 with pilot's signed name plates. HA7723a

Later in WWII the Allied bombers were flying deep into Germany but suffered tremendous losses because of the lack of range the fighter escorts had. German fighters would wait beyond the range of the Allied fighters and then attack the vulnerable bombers. Once the P-51 called Mustang by the British had the Allison engine replaced with a British Merlin it possessed the high performance that had been lacking. With drop tanks the P-51 had the range to escort bombers all the way to Berlin and back.
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Hobby Master 1/48 P-51D Mustang "BOOMERANG JR" flown by Col. Arthur 'Art" Jeffrey, 434th FS, 479th FG, Dec 1944 HA7723b

Hobby Master 1/48 P-51D Mustang "BOOMERANG JR" flown by Col. Arthur 'Art" Jeffrey, 434th FS, 479th FG, Dec 1944 HA7723b
Later in WWII the Allied bombers were flying deep into Germany but suffered tremendous losses because of the lack of range the fighter escorts had. German fighters would wait beyond the range of the Allied fighters and then attack the vulnerable bombers. Once the P-51 called Mustang by the British had the Allison engine replaced with a British Merlin it possessed the high performance that had been lacking. With drop tanks the P-51 had the range to escort bombers all the way to Berlin and back.
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Hobby Master 1/48 P-51D Mustang 44-11746 "SCAT VI", 434th FS, 479th FG, Feb 1945 HA7724

Superb Hobby Master 1/48 die-cast model of one of the superb P51 Mustangs that in the last year of WW2 were instrumental in clearing the skies over Germany of significant opposition to the daylight bombing campaign.

Personalised for their pilots and with great performance advantage, these aircraft could provide close escort all the way to berlin and back and undoubtedly helped shorten the war.

A very special price for what is quite a large model.


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Hobby Master 1/48 P-51D Mustang 414450, Capt C. E. Bud Anderson, 363rd FS, 357th FG, 1944 HA7729b

Hobby Master 1/48 P-51D Mustang 414450, Capt C. E. Bud Anderson, 363rd FS, 357th FG, 1944 HA7729b
Later in WWII the Allied bombers were flying deep into Germany but suffered tremendous losses because of the lack of range the fighter escorts had. German fighters would wait beyond the range of the Allied fighters and then attack the vulnerable bombers. Once the P-51 called Mustang by the British had the Allison engine replaced with a British Merlin it possessed the high performance that had been lacking. With drop tanks the P-51 had the range to escort bombers all the way to Berlin and back.
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Hobby Master 1/48 P-51D Mustang 414450, Capt C. E. Bud Anderson, 363rd FS, 357th FG, 1944 HA7729a

Hobby Master 1/48 P-51D Mustang 414450, Capt C. E. Bud Anderson, 363rd FS, 357th FG, 1944 Copy HA7729a
Later in WWII the Allied bombers were flying deep into Germany but suffered tremendous losses because of the lack of range the fighter escorts had. German fighters would wait beyond the range of the Allied fighters and then attack the vulnerable bombers. Once the P-51 called Mustang by the British had the Allison engine replaced with a British Merlin it possessed the high performance that had been lacking. With drop tanks the P-51 had the range to escort bombers all the way to Berlin and back.
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Hobby Master 1/48 P-51D Mustang 3032, 1st Sqn., PLAAF, 1949 HA7730

Hobby Master 1/48 P-51D Mustang 3032, 1st Sqn., PLAAF, 1949 HA7730
Later in WWII the Allied bombers were flying deep into Germany but suffered tremendous losses because of the lack of range the fighter escorts had. German fighters would wait beyond the range of the Allied fighters and then attack the vulnerable bombers. Once the P-51 called Mustang by the British had the Allison engine replaced with a British Merlin it possessed the high performance that had been lacking. With drop tanks the P-51 had the range to escort bombers all the way to Berlin and back.
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Hobby Master 1/48 P-51D Mustang P-14275, 21st Sqn., 4th FG, ROCAF, c. 1949Copy HA7731

Hobby Master 1/48 P-51D Mustang P-14275, 21st Sqn., 4th FG, ROCAF, c. 1949Copy HA7731
Later in WWII the Allied bombers were flying deep into Germany but suffered tremendous losses because of the lack of range the fighter escorts had. German fighters would wait beyond the range of the Allied fighters and then attack the vulnerable bombers. Once the P-51 called Mustang by the British had the Allison engine replaced with a British Merlin it possessed the high performance that had been lacking. With drop tanks the P-51 had the range to escort bombers all the way to Berlin and back.
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Hobby Master 1/48 P-51D Mustang #9255/BA-U, No. 424 Sqn., RCAF, Mount Hope, Ontario. 1950s HA7733

Hobby Master 1/48 P-51D Mustang #9255/BA-U, No. 424 Sqn., RCAF, Mount Hope, Ontario. 1950s HA7733
Later in WWII the Allied bombers were flying deep into Germany but suffered tremendous losses because of the lack of range the fighter escorts had. German fighters would wait beyond the range of the Allied fighters and then attack the vulnerable bombers. Once the P-51 called Mustang by the British had the Allison engine replaced with a British Merlin it possessed the high performance that had been lacking. With drop tanks the P-51 had the range to escort bombers all the way to Berlin and back.
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Hobby Master 1/48 P-51D Mustang "Korean War" Capt J.W. Rogers, 36th FBS, 8th FBW HA7736

Hobby Master 1/48 P-51D Mustang "Korean War" Capt J.W. Rogers, 36th FBS, 8th FBW HA7736

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Hobby Master 1/48 Spitfire Mk.I K9953/ZP-A, Flt. Lt. Adolph Mlan, No. 74 Squadron, Hornchurch, May/June 1940 HA7813



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Hobby Master 1/48 Spitfire Mk.I X4277/XT-M, Flg Off Richard Hillary, No. 603 Sqn., Hornchurch HA7814

Spitfire Mk.I X4277/XT-M, Flg Off Richard Hillary, No. 603 Sqn., Hornchurch
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Hobby Master 1/48 F4B-4 6-F-1, VF-6 of USS Saratoga, California 1936 HA7901

In the early 1930s Boeing developed a series of biplanes designated the F4B for the US Navy and US Marine Corps but was a P-12 for the US Army Air Corps. The aircraft were first accepted in 1929 and served as the primary fighter. The P-12 was built in 6 successful variants while the F4B had 4. The P-12 was replaced by the Boeing P-26 in 1934-35 but the F4B carried on with operational duties until the Grumman F2F/F3F series completely replaced them in 1938.
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Hobby Master 1/48 Boeing 218 (P-12 Prototype) X66W, Feb 1932 "Lt. Robert Short - American Hero For China" HA7904

Hobby Master 1/48 Boeing 218 (P-12 Prototype) X66W, Feb 1932 "Lt. Robert Short - American Hero For China" HA7904
In the early 1930s Boeing developed a series of biplanes designated the F4B for the US Navy and US Marine Corps but was a P-12 for the US Army Air Corps. The aircraft were first accepted in 1929 and served as the primary fighter. The P-12 was built in 6 successful variants while the F4B had 4. The P-12 was replaced by the Boeing P-26 in 1934-35 but the F4B carried on with operational duties until the Grumman F2F/F3F series completely replaced them in 1938.
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Hobby Master 1/48 Boeing F4B-3 BuNo. A8911, Command Plane H.Q., US Marines, Washington, NAS Anacostia, 1930s HA7908

Hobby Master 1/48 Boeing F4B-3 BuNo. A8911, Command Plane H.Q., US Marines, Washington, NAS Anacostia, 1930s HA7908
In the early 1930s Boeing developed a series of biplanes designated the F4B for the US Navy and US Marine Corps but was a P-12 for the US Army Air Corps. The aircraft were first accepted in 1929 and served as the primary fighter. The P-12 was built in 6 successful variants while the F4B had 4. The P-12 was replaced by the Boeing P-26 in 1934-35 but the F4B carried on with operational duties until the Grumman F2F/F3F series completely replaced them in 1938.
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Hobby Master 1/48 Boeing P-12E Aircraft 10 from "Skylarks" Aerobatic Team, Maxwell Field, Alabama 1937 HA7909

Hobby Master 1/48 Boeing P-12E Aircraft 10 from "Skylarks" Aerobatic Team, Maxwell Field, Alabama 1937 HA7909
In the early 1930s Boeing developed a series of biplanes designated the F4B for the US Navy and US Marine Corps but was a P-12 for the US Army Air Corps. The aircraft were first accepted in 1929 and served as the primary fighter. The P-12 was built in 6 successful variants while the F4B had 4. The P-12 was replaced by the Boeing P-26 in 1934-35 but the F4B carried on with operational duties until the Grumman F2F/F3F series completely replaced them in 1938.
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Hobby Master 1/48 Hawker Fury I Sqn Leader R H Hamner, 43 Sqn RAF 1932 "K1930" HA8001

Hobby Master 1/48 Hawker Fury I Sqn Leader R H Hamner, 43 Sqn RAF 1932 "K1930" HA8001
A really nicely finished authentic scale die-cast model of the Hawker Fury I. With a wingspan of 190mm (7 1/2") it's a good size! The bi-plane's first flight took place in March 1931. Because of the Great Depression and the high cost of the Fury only 118 were produced for the RAF although it was the first RAF operational aircraft to exceed 200 mph in level flight. In May 1931 No. 43 Squadron was the first to receive the new aircraft. Starting in 1936 five RAF squadrons received the new improved Fury II. Seven foreign air forces ordered the Fury II. In 1939 the RAF Furys were replaced by Gladiators and Hurricanes. 
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Hobby Master 1/48 Hawker Fury I Sqn Leader R H Hamner, 43 Sqn RAF 1932 K1930 HA8001b

Hobby Master 1/48 Hawker Fury I Sqn Leader R H Hamner, 43 Sqn RAF 1932 K1930 HA8001b
Hobbymaster HA8001b 1/48th Diecast model of a Hawker Fury I K1930 flown by  Sqn Leader R H Hamner in the RaEF 43 Sqn during 1930
The first flight of the Hawker Fury I took place in March 1931. Because of the Great Depression and the high cost of the Fury only 118 were produced for the RAF. It was the first RAF operational aircraft to exceed 200 mph in level flight. In May 1931 No. 43 Squadron was the first to receive the new aircraft. Starting in 1936 five RAF squadrons received the new improved Fury II. Seven foreign air forces ordered the Fury II. In 1939 the RAF Furys were replaced by Gladiators and Hurricanes.
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Hobby Master 1/48 Hawker Fury I South Africa Air Force, Qct. 1940 "206" HA8002

The first flight of the Hawker Fury I took place in March 1931. Because of the Great Depression and the high cost of the Fury only 118 were produced for the RAF. It was the first RAF operational aircraft to exceed 200 mph in level flight. In May 1931 No. 43 Squadron was the first to receive the new aircraft. Starting in 1936 five RAF squadrons received the new improved Fury II. Seven foreign air forces ordered the Fury II. In 1939 the RAF Furys were replaced by Gladiators and Hurricanes.
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Hobby Master 1/48 Hawker Fury I Grupo Independente de Avicao de Proteccao e Combate, Tancos 1934 HA8003

Hobby Master 1/48 Hawker Fury I Grupo Independente de Avicao de Proteccao e Combate, Tancos 1934 HA8003
The first flight of the Hawker Fury I took place in March 1931. Because of the Great Depression and the high cost of the Fury only 118 were produced for the RAF. It was the first RAF operational aircraft to exceed 200 mph in level flight. In May 1931 No. 43 Squadron was the first to receive the new aircraft. Starting in 1936 five RAF squadrons received the new improved Fury II. Seven foreign air forces ordered the Fury II. In 1939 the RAF Furys were replaced by Gladiators and Hurricanes.
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Hobby Master 1/48 Historic Aircraft Collection Hawker Fury HA8004

Hobby Master 1/48 Historic Aircraft Collection Hawker Fury HA8004
Production of this model will be limited to just 750 worldwide and Tiger Hobbies will take about 500 of which only 200 or so will be available for trade. The remaining 300 will be for the retail of HAC and Tiger Hobbies Limited. The first flight of the Hawker Fury I took place in March 1931. Because of the Great Depression and the high cost of the Fury only 118 were produced for the RAF. It was the first RAF operational aircraft to exceed 200 mph in level flight. In May 1931 No. 43 Squadron was the first to receive the new aircraft. Starting in 1936 five RAF squadrons received the new improved Fury II. Seven foreign air forces ordered the Fury II. In 1939 the RAF Furys were replaced by Gladiators and Hurricanes.
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Hobby Master 1/48 Hawker Fury Munich Crisis 43 Squadron RAF 1938 HA8005

Hobby Master 1/48 Hawker Fury Munich Crisis 43 Squadron RAF 1938 HA8005
The first flight of the Hawker Fury I took place in March 1931. Because of the Great Depression and the high cost of the Fury only 118 were produced for the RAF. It was the first RAF operational aircraft to exceed 200 mph in level flight. In May 1931 No. 43 Squadron was the first to receive the new aircraft. Starting in 1936 five RAF squadrons received the new improved Fury II. Seven foreign air forces ordered the Fury II. In 1939 the RAF Furys were replaced by Gladiators and Hurricanes.
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Hobby Master 1/48 Stearman PT-17 Recall Aircraft 310 HA8107

Hobby Master 1/48 Stearman PT-17 Recall Aircraft 310 HA8107
The Stearman Aircraft Company produced a bi-plane trainer-aircraft called the Model 70. In 1935 the USN ordered the Model 70 with a Wright J-5 Whirlwind engine designated the NS-1. Boeing Aircraft Company bought Stearman and gave the Model 70 a Lycoming R-680-5 radial engine making it a Model 75. In 1936 the U.S. Army Air Corps placed an order for the Model 75 and designated it PT-13. With a Continental R-670-5 engine it became the PT-17. The RCAF labeled it PT-27 Kaydet with Kaydet becoming the universally accepted name.
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Hobby Master 1/48 F4U-1 Corsair "Eight Ball/Dangerous Dan", VMF-213, Guadalcanal, 1943 HA8210

Hobby Master 1/48 F4U-1 Corsair "Eight Ball/Dangerous Dan", VMF-213, Guadalcanal, 1943 HA8210
The Vought F4U Corsair was literally built around the Pratt & Whitney 2,000 HP radial engine. The engine was so massive and produced so much energy that a Hamilton Standard 13 feet 4 inch propeller, the largest of WWII, was required. The F4U was the first American fighter aircraft to exceed 400 MPH. The Corsair was referred to by the Japanese as ?Whispering Death? and became a legend in its own time. This aircraft was one of the most distinctive designs with it bent wings making it an icon.
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Hobby Master 1/48 F4U-1 Corsair No. 13 flown by Lt Kenneth Walsh, VMF-124, Munda 1943 HA8214

Hobby Master 1/48 F4U-1 Corsair No. 13 flown by Lt Kenneth Walsh, VMF-124, Munda 1943 HA8214
Hobby Master HA8214 F4U-1 Corsair No. 13 flown by Lt Kenneth Walsh, VMF-124, Munda 1943
The Vought F4U Corsair was literally built around the Pratt & Whitney 2,000 HP radial engine. The engine was so massive and produced so much energy that a Hamilton Standard 13 feet 4 inch propeller, the largest of WWII, was required. The F4U was the first American fighter aircraft to exceed 400 MPH. The Corsair was referred to by the Japanese as ?Whispering Death? and became a legend in its own time. This aircraft was one of the most distinctive designs with it bent wings making it an icon.
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Hobby Master 1/48 F4U-1 Corsair No.15 flown by James N Cupp, VMF-213, Munda 1943 HA8215

Hobby Master 1/72 F4U-1 Corsair No.15 flown by James N Cupp, VMF-213, Munda 1943 HA8215

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Hobby Master 1/48 F4U-1 Corsair No.475 flown by 1st/Lt John F.Bolt Jr., VMF-214, Russell Islands 1943 HA8216

Hobby Master 1/72 F4U-1 Corsair No.475 flown by 1st/Lt John F.Bolt Jr., VMF-214, Russell Islands 1943 HA8216

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Hobby Master 1/48 F4U-1A Corsair White 1 "Big Hog", flown by Lt. Cdr. Tom Blackburn, VF-17, Nov 1943 HA8217

Hobby Master 1/72 F4U-1A Corsair White 1 "Big Hog", flown by Lt. Cdr. Tom Blackburn, VF-17, Nov 1943 HA8217
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Hobby Master 1/48 Spitfire Mk. VIII "Fargo Express" HL-K, Lt. Leland P. Molland, 308 FS, 31st FG, Italy 1944 HA8302

Hobby Master 1/48 Spitfire Mk. VIII "Fargo Express" HL-K, Lt. Leland P. Molland, 308 FS, 31st FG, Italy 1944 HA8302
The Spitfire Mk. VIII was to going to use the larger Merlin engines so the airframe of the earlier Mk. V had to be redesigned. This kept the new mark from entering service until June 1943. The Mk. VIII was produced in 3 versions; the standard fighter F.VIII with the 1,560 hp Merlin 61; the high altitude fighter HF.VIII with the 1,655hp Merlin 70 and the low altitude fighter LF.VIII with the 1,705 hp Merlin 66. The Mk. VIII was going to be the answer to the Fw-190.
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Hobby Master 1/48 Spitfire LF IX MK732 (PH-OUQ) 322 Squadron, Royal Netherlands Air Force HA8308

Hobby Master 1/48 Spitfire LF IX MK732 (PH-OUQ) 322 Squadron, Royal Netherlands Air Force HA8308
The Mk. IX replaced the Mk. V in June 1942 and on September 12, 1942 a Mk. IX brought down a Ju-86R flying at 43,000 feet. Another major achievement of the Mk. IX took place on October 5, 1944 when 401 Squadron became the first allied aircraft to shoot down an Me-262 jet. Even with the arrival of the Griffon powered Mk. XIV the Mk. IX continued in service until the end of WWII. There were 5,665 Mk. IX Spitfires and its variants produced.
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Hobby Master 1/48 Spitfire IXe Ezer Weisman 205/57 105 Sqn Ramat David AB June 2005 HA8313


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Hobby Master 1/48 Spitfire FR.IX MK716 Coded X no 16 Sqn Normandy Sep 1944 HA8314

Hobby Master 1/48 Spitfire FR.1x MK716 Coded X 16 Sqn Normandy Sept 1944 HA8314
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Hobby Master 1/48 Spitfire Mk.IXc MJ 586/LO-D, P/O Pierre Clostermann DFC, 602 Sqn., RAF, France, June/July 1944 HA8315

Hobby Master 1/48 Spitfire Mk.IXc MJ 586/LO-D, P/O Pierre Clostermann DFC, 602 Sqn., RAF, France, June/July 1944 HA8315
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Hobby Master 1/48 F/O Otto Smik Spitfire LF Mk IX.c MJ291, No. 310 Sqn. (Czech) June 1944 HA8316

Hobby Master 1/48 F/O Otto Smik Spitfire LF Mk IX.c MJ291, No. 310 Sqn. (Czech) June 1944 HA8316
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Hobby Master 1/48 Spitfire LF IX MJ789, Code FU-B, 453 Sqn., RAAF, June 1944 HA8317

Hobby Master 1/48 Spitfire LF IX MJ789, Code FU-B, 453 Sqn., RAAF, June 1944 HA8317
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Hobby Master 1/48 P-47M Thunderbolt Major George Bostwick, 63rd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, United Kingdom 1945 HA8403

Hobby Master 1/48 P-47M Thunderbolt Major George Bostwick, 63rd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, United Kingdom 1945 HA8403
The P-47M was designed to run down and destroy the German buzz-bombs and the Luftwaffe?s new jets and rocket powered aircraft. To accomplish this a Pratt and Whitney P&W R-2800-57 (C) engine was added as well as a new larger super-charger. The engine also had water injection and all this allowed the P-47M a war-emergency power of 2,800 hp @ 32,500 feet. Air brakes were added to help the aircraft slow during a dive. No under-wing racks were attached because the P-47M was strictly meant to be a fighter. Because of delays the P-47M didn?t reach the ETO until December 1944.
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Hobby Master 1/48 P-47D Thunderbolt 56th 226785 "OH JOHNNIE", 1st Lt. Raymond Knight, 346th FS/350th FG, Pisa, Italy, 1945 HA8408

Hobby Master 1/48 P-47D Thunderbolt 56th 226785 "OH JOHNNIE", 1st Lt. Raymond Knight, 346th FS/350th FG, Pisa, Italy, 1945 HA8408
Hobbymaster HA8408 a 1/48th scale diecast airplane model of a P-47D Thunderbolt 56th 226785 "OH JOHNNIE", flown by 1st Lt. Raymond Knight, of the 346th FS/350th FG, Pisa, Italy, 1945
The Republic Aviation P-47 ?Thunderbolt? entered service in May 1942 with the introduction of the P-47B. It had a ?Razorback?, a high dorsal spine behind the side-ways opening canopy that reduced visibility. As improvements were made a ?D? variant was produced with 12,602 being manufactured. The British developed a sliding bubble canopy for their Typhoon and this was adopted by the USAAF starting with the P-47D-5. With its ability to survive enemy fire along with impressive armament and bomb load the P-47 excelled at ground attack roles.
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Hobby Master 1/48 P-47D Thunderbolt 419698, French GCII/5 'Lafayette', Amberieu, France 1944 HA8409

Hobby Master 1/48 P-47D Thunderbolt 419698, French GCII/5 'Lafayette', Amberieu, France 1944 HA8409
The Republic Aviation P-47 ?Thunderbolt? entered service in May 1942 with the introduction of the P-47B. It had a ?Razorback?, a high dorsal spine behind the side-ways opening canopy that reduced visibility. As improvements were made a ?D? variant was produced with 12,602 being manufactured. The British developed a sliding bubble canopy for their Typhoon and this was adopted by the USAAF starting with the P-47D-5. With its ability to survive enemy fire along with impressive armament and bomb load the P-47 excelled at ground attack roles.
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Hobby Master 1/48 P-47D Thunderbolt Major Glenn Eagleston, 353rd FS/354th FG, France 1944 HA8411

Hobby Master 1/48 P-47D Thunderbolt Major Glenn Eagleston, 353rd FS/354th FG, France 1944 HA8411
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Hobby Master 1/48 P-47D Thunderbolt Capt. Frederick Christensen, 62nd FS/56th FG, England 1944 HA8412

Hobby Master 1/48 P-47D Thunderbolt Capt. Frederick Christensen, 62nd FS/56th FG, England 1944 HA8412
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Hobby Master 1/48 P-47D "Tuskegee" No.34, 100th FS, 332nd FG, Italy 1944 HA8454

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Hobby Master 1/48 P-47D "Tuskegee" No.34, 100th FS, 332nd FG, Italy 1944 HA8454
The Republic Aviation P-47 ?Thunderbolt? entered service in May 1942 with the introduction of the P-47B. It had a ?Razorback?, a high dorsal spine behind the side-ways opening canopy that reduced visibility. As improvements were made a ?D? variant was produced with 12,602 being manufactured. The British developed a sliding bubble canopy for their Typhoon and this was adopted by the USAAF starting with the P-47D-5. With its ability to survive enemy fire along with impressive armament and bomb load the P-47 excelled at ground attack roles.
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Hobby Master 1/48 P-47D "Penrod and Sam" 42-25512, Captain Robert Johnson, 62nd FS/56th FG, Boxted, May 1944 HA8455

P-47D "Penrod and Sam" 42-25512, Captain Robert Johnson, 62nd FS/56th FG, Boxted, May 1944
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Hobby Master 1/48 Mustang Mk.III 9G-E, 441 Squadron, RCAF, May 1945 HA8502

Hobby Master 1/48 Mustang Mk.III 9G-E, 441 Squadron, RCAF, May 1945 HA8502
Hobbymaster HA8502 1/48th Diecast Model of the RCAF Mustang World War 2 Fighter.
The only difference between the North American P-51B and C variants was the B was built in Inglewood and the C in Dallas. The B variant first flew on May 5, 1943 and the C variant first flew on August 5, 1943. The B variant saw 1,988 built while the C variant saw 1,750 built. On December 1, 1943 the P-51B Mustang flew its first combat mission and in March 1944 provided bomber escort to Berlin. The high shape of the P-51B/C dorsal spine gave it the name ?Razorback?.
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Hobby Master 1/48 P-51B Mustang 43-6506 "Blue Nose Bastards", 487th FS, 352nd FG, 8th Air Force, WWII HA8504

Hobby Master 1/48 P-51B Mustang 43-6506 "Blue Nose Bastards", 487th FS, 352nd FG, 8th Air Force, WWII HA8504
The only difference between the North American P-51B and C variants was the B was built in Inglewood and the C in Dallas. The B variant first flew on May 5, 1943 and the C variant first flew on August 5, 1943. The B variant saw 1,988 built while the C variant saw 1,750 built. On December 1, 1943 the P-51B Mustang flew its first combat mission and in March 1944 provided bomber escort to Berlin.
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Hobby Master 1/48 P-51C Mustang "Little Jeep" of Capt Forrest H. Parham, 75th FS/23rd FG, Luliang, Nov 1944 HA8505

Hobby Master 1/48 P-51C Mustang "Little Jeep" of Capt Forrest H. Parham, 75th FS/23rd FG, Luliang, Nov 1944 HA8505
The only difference between the North American P-51B and C variants was the B was built in Inglewood and the C in Dallas. The B variant first flew on May 5, 1943 and the C variant first flew on August 5, 1943. The B variant saw 1,988 built while the C variant saw 1,750 built. On December 1, 1943 the P-51B Mustang flew its first combat mission and in March 1944 provided bomber escort to Berlin. The high shape of the P-51B/C dorsal spine gave it the name ?Razorback?.
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Hobby Master 1/48 P-51B Mustang 2106908, Lt. Leonard R. Reeves, 530th FS/311th FG, Pungchacheng, Jan 1945 HA8506

Hobby Master 1/48 P-51B Mustang 2106908, Lt. Leonard R. Reeves, 530th FS/311th FG, Pungchacheng, Jan 1945 HA8506
The only difference between the North American P-51B and C variants was the B was built in Inglewood and the C in Dallas. The B variant first flew on May 5, 1943 and the C variant first flew on August 5, 1943. The B variant saw 1,988 built while the C variant saw 1,750 built. On December 1, 1943 the P-51B Mustang flew its first combat mission and in March 1944 provided bomber escort to Berlin. The high shape of the P-51B/C dorsal spine gave it the name ?Razorback?.
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Hobby Master 1/48 P-51B/C Mustang "Kitten", Charles McGee, 302nd FS/332nd FG, 1944 Autographed By Pilot HA8507A

Hobby Master 1/48 P-51B/C Mustang "Kitten", Charles McGee, 302nd FS/332nd FG, 1944 Autographed By Pilot HA8507A
The only difference between the North American P-51B and C variants was the B was built in Inglewood and the C in Dallas. The B variant first flew on May 5, 1943 and the C variant first flew on August 5, 1943. The B variant saw 1,988 built while the C variant saw 1,750 built. On December 1, 1943 the P-51B Mustang flew its first combat mission and in March 1944 provided bomber escort to Berlin. The high shape of the P-51B/C dorsal spine gave it the name ?Razorback?.
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Hobby Master 1/48 P-51B Mustang 43-6315 "Ding Hao", 487th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF, Great Britain, May 1944 HA8508

P-51B Mustang 43-6315 "Ding Hao", 487th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF, Great Britain, May 1944
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Hobby Master 1/48 P-51B Mustang 43-12434 "Short-Fuse Sallee", 356th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF, 1944 HA8509

Hobby Master 1/48 P-51B Mustang 43-12434 "Short-Fuse Sallee", 356th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF, 1944 HA8509
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Hobby Master 1/48 BF 109E-3 "Adolf Galland" Grp. Kdr. III/JG 26, France, June 1940 HA8702

BF 109E-3 "Adolf Galland" Grp. Kdr. III/JG 26, France, June 1940
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Hobby Master 1/48 BF 109E-4 flown by Major Helmut Wick, JG.2, 1940 HA8711

Hobby Master 1/48 BF 109E-4 flown by Major Helmut Wick, JG.2, 1940 HA8711

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Hobby Master 1/48 BF 109E-3 "Werner Molders" Gruppenkommandeur of III./JG 53, May 1940 HA8712

Hobby Master 1/48 BF 109E-4 flown by Major Helmut Wick, JG.2, 1940 HA8712

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Hobby Master 1/48 Japanese WWII Carrier Deck HD1005

Hobby Master 1/48 Japanese WWII Carrier Deck HD1005
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Hobby Master 1/48 Japanese WWII Carrier Deck HD1006

Hobby Master 1/48 Japanese WWII Carrier Deck HD1006
Section of Carrier Deck with a solid ABS base
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Hobby Master 1/48 Pierced Steel Planking Airfield HD1008

Hobby Master 1/48 Pierced Steel Planking Airfield HD1008
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Hobby Master 1/48 WW2 US Navy and RAF Pilots Set HP0005

Hobby Master 1/48 WW2 US Navy and RAF Pilots Set HP0005
WWII US Navy and RAF Pilots Set (3 U.S. & 2 RAF)
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