Special Hobby is brand that offers seemingly limitless choice in terms of scale model airplanes. Special Hobby, for those who’re not in the know, is a brand of MPM, another company into the scale model business. Though their business isn’t limited to aircraft that definitely is one of their primary branches going by the product line they’ve managed to build over the course of their existence. Today Special Hobby scale model airplanes can be bought off the internet and shipped out to anywhere in the world.

There’s no surprise then that their best seller list of model aircrafts is pretty long as well. Here’s a list of the top nine Special Hobby scale model airplanes: BAe Sea Harrier FA.2 Hi Tech in 1/72 scale, Blackburn Roc Mk.I in 1/72 scale, Fokker D.XXI in 1/48 scale, Douglas D-558-2 Skyrocket, X-15 A-2 with ground dolly in 1/32 scale, Junkers Ju 87A in 1/72 scale, Polikarpov I-152 in 1/48 scale, Brewster Bermuda Mk.I in 1/72 scale and Lebed VII Russian Sopwith Tabloid in 1/48 scale.

By now you probably figured that Special Hobby has models in three different scales – 1/32, 1/48 and 1/72. Customers are free to choose based on their preferred scale or just browse through the whole lot and pick the ones that you want to add to your collection.

The most recent model to be launched by Special Hobby was the SH72131 Brewster 339B/E Buffalo Mk.I. It’s now easily available in the UK. The SH72194 CAC CA-9 Wirraway, the SH72197 Westland Whirlwind F MK.I ‘Canon Fighter,’ and the SH72201 Westland Whirlwind FB Mk. I ‘Fighter Bomber.’

Currently the company is working on more models that will see a release later this month or in April. These include the Morane-Saulnier Type A1 (SH$8099) which is rumored to be set for a March release. You can find images of the built test and sprues online. The SH72204 Westland Whirlwind Mk I ‘Different Whirlwinds,’ and SH48077 Maryland MK i/II ‘Warburton’s War,’ is also expected to be out any time now.