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We've all probably felt a proverbial "monkey on our shoulder" occasionally, but Special Hobby have actually done it in resin - along with a full-on engine detail set in their CMK range to accompany their 1:72 P-40.
7390 1/72 P-40N Engine Set
This detailed open engine compartment set has been designed to fit the new 1/72 Special Hobby P-40N kit. The set contains also the cowling panels.
Price: 13.70 Euros

F72 344 1/72 RAF Pilot Sitting in Cockpit w/Monkey on Shoulder + 2 Mechanics, Western Desert
Nicely detailed figure of an RAF pilot as sitting in the cockpit plus two figures of his ground crew while preparing the fighter plane for take off from an African desert air strip. The set has been tailored to fit the new Special Hobby P-40 kit, or to be more precise the Kittyhawk as the plane was known to the Brits.
Price: 10.20 Euros

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