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Colin @ Freightdog Models

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  1. A small update on the Shorts Belfast project, Combat Kits will have a test casting on display at the Bolton show this weekend. Only decal printing is still outstanding, Dave Little hopes to release the kit at the Cosford show in April. If your going to Bolton please take a look and see what you think. Thanks, Colin
  2. Here you go; http://www.kitreviewsonline.de/revell-neuheiten-2020/ Colin
  3. I have produced a FAW.8 nose conversion for the Frog/Novo kit. the Mistercraft kit is a copy of this kit. I released it at Telford but haven't put it on my website yet, hopefully will be listed this week. Colin
  4. Didn't ask for any space! Sadly I only ever do the June show, Hope no one missed about because of me. Colin
  5. Looks great. Are the bulged windows included in kit, and did you use any other aftermarket parts? Colin
  6. The Blue Rider plastic parts were made by Pegasus, I found about a dozen sets of fuselage halves when I went through the test moulding. Quite rough, one of the few injection moulded sets where you can see the wood grain showing through on the master! Some of the later ones sold by Blue Rider didn't have the metal parts, just the fuselage ( I bought one with Greek decals from them at Telford probably fifteen years ago). Colin
  7. The EF-111A re-issue is nice, but is it the Monogram mould or the Italeri? I hope its the Monogram one. Colin
  8. Yes they did! I built it as a teenager for a friend, happy memories. There are some pretty nasty shape issues that I never noticed then, I think a P.1127 or Kestrel conversion would be about as much work as making an accurate GR.1. Nice to see it back at a reasonable price. Colin
  9. Not quite, the kit was originally mastered from scratch by Anigrand in 2003, using the same Barry Hygate drawings that Maintrack used. Colin
  10. Its Minicraft, but last info from Mel a couple of days ago was that he is still waiting for decals, might be tight for Telford release. so might only be selling the kits without. Much better price than Minicraft boxing. Colin
  11. The WE177A is quite different, also working on that one with information from John but probably won't be in time for Telford, should be soon after. Looking at S.1 but it gets quite complicated so not sure if it will happen. A few other items being prepared but won't announce them till ready. Thanks, Colin
  12. Thanks to John and Andy Davies help, Freightdog will be releasing a Red Beard bomb bay set at Scale Modelworld for the new Airfix kit. This is a new master, test casting arrived yesterday and looks spot on, Streamlined fairing fits straight into Airfix open bomb bay. Colin
  13. Combat Kits will be releasing a resin Shorts Belfast in 1/72 scale in Spring 2020. Based on the Magna kit, for which Combat Kits own the original masters, this has been significantly reworked and will be commercially cast, including white metal undercarriage, clear resin and screen printed decals. This will be followed by the Blackburn Beverley in Summer 2020. Thanks. Colin
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