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About JohnMcDonnell

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  1. I had a reservation in the primary list for one kit and bought it last week. Having seen those wonderful CAD images I asked if I could buy another one. They said they could accept orders only if there were availabilities and none was at the moment, so put me on the waiting list. Waiting, fingers crossed.
  2. That I was wondering too. That means I must be quicker in placing a reservation next time, for I was almost missing the Viggen out
  3. Absolutely beautiful details by the way, considering the scale... I wish they would enlarge this to a 1/32 new Phantom I'm sure so many modelers are longing for, including me top of the list
  4. One could produce a F-4K/M out of this, but can sell it to those modelers who think they are all the same Phantoms, which are absolutely not. Many people would turn their heads away with it, so I don't think RAF and RM Phantoms will come out of the same tooling.
  5. Wow, that would be a real surprise. I would without hesitation spend a few hundred of precious bucks for a B-57G, but I am not sure if enough number of modelers share this view to make it a profitable subject for any manufacturer.
  6. So am I. I was on a business trip when they announced this and wanted to get one or two, but found out all were gone until I was back and had the time to . The seat is promising like their other work, just hoping some space during pre-orders or maybe a new release not so far away.
  7. Fantastic details indeed. I built the Academy kit years ago and it was a good kit but this will be the definitive one for the Flanker for sure.
  8. Very handsome. That scheme fits so well on the Sabre.
  9. Great Concorde. It appears Revell captured the shape better and has some better details.
  10. That would be great indeed but I'm not sure if there's enough reference to be found on these equipment. I had intended to scratch build one a few years back in 1/32 and did not have much luck in finding them.
  11. Ahhh, that is cool. Just need to make some space in my garage
  12. I am getting one. I think all these boutique brands deserve a big appreciation in all the efforts they are putting in to produce these niche items. Otherwise we would have to wait a few hundred years to see these kits in plastic and those scales if it were only up to the big fish.
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