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  1. Hobby Boss 1:700 U.S.S. Essex LHD-2 Plastic Model Kit

    Hobby Boss 1/700 USS Essex LHD-2

    No. 975973

    $54.99

    This is a Hobby Boss 1:700 U.S.S. Essex LHD-2 Plastic Model Kit. This plastic model kit accurately depicts the U.S.S. Essex LHD-2 in extreme detail. Kit features a one-piece hull, detailed flight deck and photo-etched radar parts, and includes numerous Marine Assault Vehicles and aircraft and helicopters.

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  2. Hobby Boss 1:48 F4U-4 Corsair (Late Version) Plastic Model Kit

    Hobby Boss 1/48 F4U-4 Corsair Late Version

    No. 976687

    $49.99

    This is a Hobby Boss 1:48 F4U-4 Corsair (Late Version) Plastic Model Kit. This Hobby Boss version faithfully reproduces the F4U-4 in great detail. Special attention to detail is paid to the wing, fuselage, engine, landing gear and landing gear bays for the the ultimate in realism.

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  3. Hobby Boss 1/35 GMC Bofors 40mm Gun

    Hobby Boss 1/35 GMC Bofors 40mm Gun

    No. 976044

    $38.99

    This is a Hobby Boss GMC Bofors 40mm Gun 1:35th Scale Plastic Model Kit. Sold around the world after the Second World War, the vehicle remained in service in many armies and were equipped with the 40mm BOFORS depicted in this model.

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  4. Hobby Boss Messerschmitt Me-262 A-1b Plastic Model Kit

    Hobby Boss 1/48 ME 262 A-1B

    No. 976475

    $29.99

    This is a Hobby Boss 1:48 Messerschmitt Me-262 A-1b Plastic Model Kit. The Me-262 "Storm Bird" was a German fighter aircraft flown during late World War II. It was the first jet to be used in war.

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  5. Hobby Boss 1:48 F8F-2 Bearcat Plastic Model Kit

    Hobby Boss 1/48 F8F-2 Bearcat

    No. 976458

    $27.99

    This is a Hobby Boss 1:48 F8F-2 Bearcat Plastic Model Kit. This Hobby Boss kit pays special attention to the wing, fuselage, engine, landing gear and landing gear bays for the the ultimate in realism.

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  6. Hobby Boss 1/48 P-51D Mustang IV Fighter

    Hobby Boss 1/48 P-51D Mustang IV Fighter

    No. 976522

    $22.99

    The P-51 Mustang, designed in 1940 after Great Britain requested. Mustangs served in nearly every active combat zone, including the Pacific where they escorted B-29s from Iwo Jima to Japan.

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  7. Hobby Boss 1/72 Zero-52

    Hobby Boss 1/72 Zero-52

    No. 976241

    $9.99

    The first A6M5 Zero was build by the Mitsubishi Jukogyo in 1943. It was developed to combat heavier built & armed Allied fighters that were knocking the earlier Zero out of the sky during 1943. The Nakajima NK1F Sakae 21 engine gave the plane slightly better performance, and the armament was changed to 2- 20mm and 2- 13.2mm guns. These changes did not make up for the lack of armor, or the lack of self-sealing fuel tanks. However, despite these shortcomings, over 10,450 were built, being used during the entire war because other models of Japanese aircraft continued to have teething problems.

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  8. Hobby Boss 1/72 Bf-109E-3
  9. Hobby Boss 1/700 Russian Typhoon-Class Submarine

    Hobby Boss 1/700 Russian Typhoon-Class Submarine

    No. 975989

    $8.99

    The TYPHOON class ballistic missile submarine is the largest submarine in the world by far .It was one of the most feared weapons of the Cold War. The submarine's design includes features for traveling under ice and breaking ice. Each submarine is capable of carrying twenty long-range ballistic missiles with nuclear warheads. The missile has a range of up to 10,000 km and was once aimed at the United States . The lead unit of this class was commissioned in September 1980 and introduced into the Northern fleet on 12 December 1981. During 1981 to 1989, six Typhoon submarines entered service. A seventh vessel was begun but never finished. Learn More
  10. Hobby Boss 1/700 USS Balao SS-285

    Hobby Boss 1/700 USS Balao SS-285

    No. 975981

    $7.99

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    The Balao (SS-285) class was conceived as an improved Gato (SS-212) class submarine. Balao introduced several new concepts to the submarine force when she was commissioned in 1943. The most important of these being the thicker pressure hull, using 7/8" high tensile steel plates rather than the 5/8" plate used in the earlier Gato class. Improvements in hull construction increased the test depth of this class to 400-feet as opposed to 350-feet in the Gato class and fuel capacity was significantly increased which improved patrol radius. Submerged endurance was 48 hours at 2 knots. Cruising range was almost 10,000 sea miles on the surface at 10 knots with 116,000 gallons of diesel fuel. Patrol duration was 75 days.

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