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  1. Dutchplanes

    KP/AZ central discussion, questions & answers

    Dear AZ and KP and Jan! I see a lot of new announcements, but how about the models you promised for 2018??? I recall the Cessna's and Kingfisher!
  2. Don't use the bomb. It was never possible this way!
  3. Dutchplanes

    KP/AZ central discussion, questions & answers

    In Telford Jan Polc told us: Kingfisher in January / February and Cessna 180 February / March
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    Special Hobby / CMK announcements, progress reports and more

    Good morning Petr, How about the release of the Tachikawa Ki 54 Hickory SH72270? I spoke to Mr. Riedel last year at Telford and he told me a release date of mid 2018. But till now it is silent about it. Please tell me the good news!!! Hans
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    1/72 - Douglas X-3 Stiletto by AZmodel - released

    https://www.aviationmegastore.com/douglas-x3-stiletto-us-experimental-plane-az7597-az-models-az7597-vliegtuig-modelbouw/product/?action=prodinfo&art=157439 https://www.aviationmegastore.com/douglas-f-3-stiletto-in-service-az7598-az-models-az7598-vliegtuig-modelbouw/product/?action=prodinfo&art=157440
  6. You should delete 'F' and 'P-40F released' from the title. This kit is short run and issued a few years ago. It has nothing to do with the imminent P-40E and N. Hans
  7. Thank you very much John, I'll keep my Novo/Frog Mk.IV and look forward to the new Mk.III Hans
  8. Dear John, I still have a Proctor Mk.IV from Novo/Frog. Do I have to get rid of it? Or is the Mk.IV external so different from the Mk.III that it can exist next to the new Mk.III? Or simplifying my question: what is the external difference? Thanks for your answer, Hans
  9. .... I hope Welsh Models will release a good one in 72 scale!
  10. Dutchplanes

    KP/AZ central discussion, questions & answers

    ......... and now the Cessna 180, the De Havilland DH-9, the Vought OS2U Kingfisher and the Curtiss Hawk 75 with Cyclone engine. Hans
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    1/72 Dornier J I-II Wal - test sprues

    The first 40 (D1 - D40) had straight wing tips. This version can be built out of the Amodel box. This version was superseded by the Do 24 in 1938/39. The last six (D41 - D46) were different in more than one aspect. They had a keel as opposed to the flat bottom of the Amodel. They had rounded wingtips, and the wing had a span of 27.20 m against 23.20 m of the first model. So Amodel should have made a very different model. For the later model, the defunkt Huma model was a good basis. I am very anxious for the new Amodel. By the way, the boxart is historicaly inaccurate. When they countered the Japanese, the planes were camouflaged in a dark grey - bluegrey colour with a small number under the tailplane (like the Do 24's) and of course with the orange triangle instead of the red-white-blue roundel . D43 was shot down by Japanese on March 2nd 1942 near Surabaja - Java. Cheers Hans