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Hobby Boss have just sent us their 2011 catalogue. Now obviously not as extensive as that of Trumpeter but with an equal number of surprising and long-wished for releases.
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HobbyBoss have sent us initial images of their Merkava IV in 1/35th scale.
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Announced only a few days ago on the Hobby Boss Website, the company have just sent us a large batch of images of what is undoubtedly one of 2010's most spectacular models.
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Hobbyboss announced several new Armor/AFV kit this summer. We are a little late with these, but better late than never.
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Another batch of images of HobbyBoss' New Land Rover. This time, they get REALLY spectacular!
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In our continuous update on the In-Progress Land Rover from HobbyBoss, here's the second batch of images.
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Once again, Hobby Boss have provided us images of the Test-Shots of a future release. This time though, a subject which couldn't be more different from Their Land Rovers.
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As promised and with extremely grateful assistance from HobbyBoss - the first images of what should be one of the biggest releases in 2010.
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I've just been sent images of the relevant pages from Hobby Boss' 2010 Catalogue. Modern Enthusiasts take note!
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As promised, the Second Part of the photo-report on the new model from Hobby Boss
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This, according to my calculations, is the THIRD Sd.Kfz 222 to be announced. This time, from Hobby Boss
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In an announcement which came straight out of the left-field, HobbyBoss Ltd. have sent us images of a surprising release.
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Hobbyboss were present at Nuremberg again this year and I managed to speak with them and also to get hold of their 2008 catalogue which holds a few surprises
There is little doubt that one of the most welcome 'series' of vehicle kits in 1/35th scale were the KVs which started arriving a year or two ago amidst a great deal of critical acclaim. Now, the first of the HobbyBoss KVs are in production with many more to follow...
Over the weekend, the annual Toy Fair was held in Nuremberg , Germany. Amongst the most intriguing of the new products announced, were tthose of a new company - Hobby Boss. The company is producing a range of armor kits in both 1/48th and 1/35th scale along with track sets....

Before people start dismissing this as more 'Bronco-ware' , the company were actually showing both Sprues and finished kits on their stand - very promising indeed!!