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1/72 - Miles M.57 Aerovan by MikroMir - released

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MikroMir is to release a 1/72nd Miles M.57 Aerovan kit - ref.72-011

Source: http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/235001246-miles-m57-aerovan-172/

 

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See also Kiwi Resin Aerovan kit: http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/234979878-172-miles-aerovan-resin-kit-by-kiwi-resin-models-released/

 

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I think they might need to revise their CAD drawings as there is a bit missing... :winkgrin:

Looking forward to this one arriving!

Christian, exiled to the armpit of the universe

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Very interested in this, especially with a tail and undercarriage! Sadly I cant justify the cost of the Kiwi Resin so hoping Micromir will be more affordable. They seem to have favourable reviews for their Beverley so have high hopes. Believe they are also doing Argosies in 1/144. Would the Aerovan be their first 1/72 project? Cheers, Paul

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Micro-Mir are certainly releasing some of the more unusual subjects. Definitely a gap filler, particularly for anyone with an interest in the Israeli Air Force.

Meanwhile, I have hopes of a 1/144 Andover or Nimrod...

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Very interested in this, especially with a tail and undercarriage! Sadly I cant justify the cost of the Kiwi Resin so hoping Micromir will be more affordable. They seem to have favourable reviews for their Beverley so have high hopes. Believe they are also doing Argosies in 1/144. Would the Aerovan be their first 1/72 project? Cheers, Paul

Not their first in 1/72nd, theyve been doing them for wquite a while. Latest 72nd release is a Tupolev TB-1/ANT-4.

Paul Harrison

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Check out Mikro-Mir's website :- http://www.mikro-mir.com/ru/

It's in Ukrainian - but it should be self-explanatory to navigate... under 'Katalog' you have links to Aviation, Technlka (armour) and Flot (submarines)

Or just use the drop-down list under the MM banner and chosse you language - Russian, Ukrainian or English.

They also post here under Shops and Vendors :- http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/forum/490-mikromir/

Keep buying their models - and they will produce more !

Ken

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So soon after Kiwi Resins release their Aerovan - there's a coincidence...

Richard in NZ

Genuine question Richard, what you hinting at ?

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Looking forward to this, who would have thought a few

years ago that there would be an injection kit of this

delightful but obscure aircraft!

Cheers, Paul

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14 hours ago, 71chally said:

Wow, I'm liking Mikromir a lot, it's is if they can read my wishes!

 

Can you wish for a 1/72 de Havilland Venom FB.1/FB.4 please?

 

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On 25/03/2017 at 10:28 AM, T7 Models said:

Can you wish for a 1/72 de Havilland Venom FB.1/FB.4 please?

Done!

 

I'm also thinking of the Cunliffe-Owen Concordia and Portsmouth Aerocar - a lot!

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23 hours ago, 71chally said:

Done!

 

I'm also thinking of the Cunliffe-Owen Concordia and Portsmouth Aerocar - a lot!

 

Good man.:goodjob:

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You know, the thought of a whiff has just popped into my head. Perhaps a Royal Navy COD version... hmm.

 

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Don't forget though, it did have to be able to overtake the carrier, especially for take-off!

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1 minute ago, 71chally said:

Don't forget though, it did have to be able to overtake the carrier, especially for take-off!

Not necessarily, it could reverse off the back if nothing was landing on :whistle:

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