Hobby Boss offers an interesting array of kits up for release soon.
The new Russian launcher and tractor from HobbyBoss is an impressive S-400 system, with its four rockets.
Up next from Hobby Boss is an early variant of the Marder III, a heavy-duty KrAZ truck with trailer, and an armored train in braille scale.
Hobby Boss re-issues this kit of a WWII German armored reconnaissance vehicle under its label.
From time to time Hobby Boss releases individual link tracks for select vehicles, the last being three years back. The latest addition to its catalog provides a set of tracks that may be used for the above listed fighting vehicles.
Officially released last month, Hobby Boss shares additional information on the kit as well as photos of the kit contents.
Listed as a June release, Hobby Boss provides further information and photos on the kit contents.
Up next from Hobby Boss are a couple of modern soft-skin kits.
It has been some time since Hobby Boss released a subject on rails, and this time we see a braille kit on the BR 57.
Up next for release from Hobby Boss are a couple of armor kits and a track set.
Announced by Tristar several years back, we may finally get to see this kit released under the Hobby Boss brand.
Hobby Boss follows up with another kit of the Steyr ADGZ, this time around depicting a late version of this heavy armored car.
The new model from Hobby Boss is an Ukrainian KrAZ-6322 Heavy utility truck.
Hobby Boss adds another variant of this WWII-era Soviet vehicle to its line of BA-20 kits. Here they share photos of what to expect inside the box.
It may seem strange that the previous release was the self-propelled gun version nevertheless we now have the Hobby Boss kit of the T-18. Here we see further details and what is inside the box.
Hobby Boss shares further details and photos of the kit sprues.
Released as a 1/35 kit in 2008, Hobby Boss now makes this mid-production variant of the WWII German amphibious vehicle available in 1/72 scale.
Previously available in 1/35 scale, Hobby Boss now offers a version in braille scale.
For early Soviet armor fans, Hobby Boss makes available its take on the T-12 tank.
Looking into the latest product update list of Hobby Boss reveals a tank destroyer and another variant of a unique armored car, both in 1/35 scale.
A look into the HobbyBoss website reveals a couple of Soviet subjects coming our way soon. No details as yet, but initial images are available.
Developmental heavy tanks from all sides seem to be a favorite subject for kit manufacturers of late. Hobby Boss shows us two more are coming our way soon.
Hobby Boss teased us and had a guessing game a couple of days back. Now they reveal what is coming our way. With sprue shots available, we would like to expect a release date soon -- hopefully the box art does not take that long!
Hobby Boss published a teaser photo of their upcoming release... can you guess what it is?
Previously announced, Hobby Boss shares photos of what is inside the box.
Officially released last December, Hobby Boss shares photos of what’s inside its Vickers Mk II* kit.
Hobby Boss continues to add the early Soviet tank projects to its catalog of kits. Currently work-in-progress is the T-12, an attempt to improve on the T-18 design. Watch this space for further updates!
The new Chinese MBT ZTZ-99A from Hobby Boss is closer to be released, with a sample kit already built.
Another new release from Hobby Boss, the IDF Nagmachon Doghouse I, a heavily armoured infantry fighting vehicle fielded by the Israel Defence Forces.
In time for Christmas, Hobby Boss announces the availability of previously announced items covering new releases of varied subjects and a TriStar re-box.
Hobby Boss shares initial images of its planned kits for release in 2017.
This time, the Vickers Mk II* gets its chance to be on the workbench, care of Hobby Boss.
Another version of the experimental US tank, this time a T29E1 from Hobby Boss
Hobby Boss’ Turtle finally comes out of its shell.
After its Merkava Mk IIID announcement, Hobby Boss follows-up with the Mk IV.
Hobby Boss follows-up its earlier release with the later version of the Nagmachon.
Following this year’s release of its predecessor, HobbyBoss announces its Vickers Medium Tank Mark II.
Good news – previous releases in 1/35 are now available in 1/72 scale!
Released as 1/35 kits almost ten years back, Hobby Boss now makes its M4 High Speed Tractor available in 1/72.
Hobby Boss releases one of the proposed T-18 variants, the SU-18.
New Chinese tank in the works at Hobby Boss, a ZTZ-99A MBT from the People's Liberation Army.
Next up from Hobby Boss is this little modern French missile launching vehicle. Wallets are going to be taking a beating this summer. . .
In their quest to do for Soviet vehicles what Dragon has done for German WW2 ones HobbyBoss gives us the ubiquitous ZIS-5 truck. Due for imminent release.
Next up from Hobby Boss is an early Nagmachon APC. This is the version with the three gun shields before the "doghouse" was added to the vehicle.
In a rather surprising announcement, Hobby Boss is releasing the first produced Soviet tank. This light tank is based on the Renault FT and based on the kit sprues and such looks to be out before too much longer.
Hobby Boss added some additional info and photos of their upcoming IDF Nagmashot. Enjoy.
The Hobby Boss catalogue for June has new interesting products. They have announced a German Panzer Kpfw.38(t) Ausf.B. , a German Pz.Kpfw. I Ausf. A ohne Aufbau and a Russian ZIS-5 Truck.
Hobby Boss have published photos of the packaging and sprues for their new French Saint-Chamond Heavy Tank mid variant. Their website indicates that it will be released in the next week or so.
Hot on the heels of our news item showing just a CAD image, Hobby Boss have now released full details of their impending 1/35 Vickers Medium Mark I. Their web site has it slated for release this month.
Rounding up some WWI and WWII items that we can expect to see Hobby Boss release shortly: a couple of new releases, three new variants on previous releases and another TriStar reissue.