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  1. I have the new Wingleader book (part 1) and the kit will be a beast. It was a huge airplane. I remember the first time I learned about it through the old Buck Danny comics
  2. it will take some time for sure. But the line up is becoming interesting: Draken, Stiletto, Phantom, Neptune...
  3. probably the most beautiful (realistically) designed kit to hit the market so far....I wait for the Dambuster...if they do that one.
  4. Very nice indeed. The early version and then perhaps also the version with the radome ?
  5. Received my first Viggen. Amazing work!! Earlier pictures posted by others don't do it justice enough. I look forward to their future subjects (incl. the Neptune and B-47!) T
  6. looks very promising: https://forum.largescaleplanes.com/index.php?/topic/86383-jetmads-132-viggen/page/47/
  7. The way I see this work is to adopt the approach I see with Jetmads: have people sign up for kits to be issued. That way you have a good view on interest, cost etc.
  8. If this approach gains traction, it could open up avenues for say, the F-16A/B or new proper F-14, Super Hornet, EE Lightning etc...
  9. If they do the SPEY Phantom, they probably do this after the earlier versions (B,N,E,J etc). For the modular approach the whole fuselage needs changing. Practically another design...
  10. Not sure if this was already posted, but this looks very very interesting. A whole new range of Phantoms in 1/32 scale; modular approach. The clip is self-explanatory. A new approach to modelling? https://fb.watch/7wH0Wyfo3h/
  11. A unique and amazing plane and project. Eagerly awaiting my copies. I wonder what will be next in this scale after the Learjet and the Neptune...
  12. I had both and while the AMK is a great kit, the Tamiya is just better in fit and shape. Tamiya is more expensive than AMK. AMK has an elaborate weapons choice.
  13. A surprising release...so next up, F-14B? and a D-version with carrier launch set? ...and then replace the outdated 1/32 kit?
  14. I think the Viggen delivery is now on their mind for mid/3rdweek August? and then the Learjet. So, I assume they are just designing the SP-2H at this point? Wonder what the next 1/32 will be (apart from the 2nd run of the Viggen already announced)...
  15. No reviews done on the F-100C? I assume the tail and nose intake are the main problems like with the 1/48 version?
  16. I was asking about it as I think it is a great project and was recently checking the Dutch history on the SH-34. Stay the course and looking forward to updates whenever they come. Best Tim
  17. Found this review and found one and got it. Thanks for the review!!
  18. Colin, you are not kidding...that is A LIST...but yep maybe TLAR is something that works for most of us. I stick to the Tamiya one though...
  19. Looks promising though and then to think the Arado and the P-51B/C are also in the line-up...
  20. Well, they announced the trio of kits forthcoming in 1/32. The P-51B/C one of the others...which is great for e.g. the Shangri-La scheme of Don Gentile. While they are at it, they may think about re-issuing the TA-152 series...those sold like hot cakes too and now go fro 400+ USD on eBay...
  21. I guess only Special Hobby can do that. But granted the Tempest is of course different from the Sea Fury, even though they "look" similar at first glance. The Whirlwind is of course a very special kit as well from what we've seen thus far. The Sea Fury appeals to me as the Dutch also flew it during the Golden Years of Dutch Naval Aviation (with an Aircraft Carrier, HMS Karel Doorman), between 1948-1955. Then the Sea Hawk entered Dutch service (also a great topic to tackle by Special Hobby by the way in 1.32). Check this out: http://www.vlaggeschipsmaldeel5.nl/html/vliegdienst_index.html http://www.vlaggeschipsmaldeel5.nl/html/hawker_seafury_aan_boord_2.html http://www.vlaggeschipsmaldeel5.nl/html/sea_hawk_aan_boord_2.html
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