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An update on the HMS Ark Royal 1/700 1978,Atlantic models kit sold by Starling models,looks like the price is good also £85.

 

 

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Very Fire's all-new tool 1/350 injection moulded USS Missouri BB-63 is to be released within the next few weeks. This is quite a step forward from the venerable 1980s vintage Tamiya kit that has been out of production for some time now.

 

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Looks very nice indeed. If they're going to have the barbettes like that I hope there will be some interior detail to go in them.

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Looks like some prayers might be getting answered - as well as Exeter and York, it's looking like 1:350 County class cruisers may be on the way! :smile:

 

 

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I have been watching this one for a while, 

Looks like Trumpeter will release their 1/144 Astute SSN this month. 

http://www.trumpeter-china.com/index.php?g=home&m=product&a=show&id=3114&l=en

 

This will be followed sometime by XIA class chinese (another nuke) and Soryu Japanese submarine (diesel/AIP) in the same 1/144 line up from Trumpeter.

 

The range of 1/144 nuclear subs is slowly growing...

With Sea Wolf and Thresher/Permit kits already available 

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