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dragonlanceHR

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  1. Thank you JWM and HKR, great info and explanation. Regarding the Kagero books, is the Aviation Monograph special edition No.7 just a hardcover version of Monograph 66? If not, which one is better? Cheers, Vedran
  2. How about no? It never rains but it pours just when I got the Vector -7B conversion, new kits get announced. Oh well...
  3. Most probably the Accurate Miniatures kit, like their Yak-1b.
  4. Yes, yes, yes. No contest. Now I go do my happy dance. Cheers, Vedran
  5. This kit has the turned brass barrels. Cheers, Vedran
  6. I remember the begging after their 1/32nd kit was released
  7. You need the top right intakes to make a H model.
  8. Hmmm new tool and not a CA re-release/upgrade? And a Re.2005? What about the Re.2001?
  9. I always go to WNW site and check out their recommendations - in Humbrol, Tamiya and Model Master.
  10. I have the book. I love the book. It is not a cheap book. It's not a modelling guide. Maybe one of these would better suit your needs: https://www.avions-bateaux.com/produit/hors-serie-avions/1973 Cheers, Vedran
  11. Well, they could do different versions (engines and noses were different), so not to compete for the same market. This subject could force me into buying a 1/32nd kit. Cheers, Vedtam
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