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  1. Edited heavily 07.11.2022: Eligible subjects would be aircraft used operationally by Germany, Italy, Japan, Finland, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Slovakia, and Croatia between 1935-1945 (no earlier, no later, no paper planes or prototypes) AND those aircraft were using two propellers (not one, not three, not four, not five, not six, but two propellers) or two jet engines. I know some will protest not having e.g. Ju 52/3m:s, Sparvieros or FW 200:s allowed in this one, but the line must be drawn somewhere. It's here. So what's left, then? Heavy fighters, jets, reconnaissance planes, torpedo bombers, level bombers, dive bombers and night fighters; serving all the theaters of the WW2 from the Arctic to Africa, Bay of Biscay to River Terek. Several Matchbox kits available, Pat @JOCKNEY . Regards, V-P Let's start The List then. vppelt68 Adam Poultney Marklo JOCKNEY Johnson 81-er theplasticsurgeon Jabba psdavidson Potato Pete DaveyGair jackroadkill Andwil stevehnz Corsairfoxfouruncle TonyOD Arniec Toryu sampanzer modelling minion franky boy Roland Pulfrew Maginot zegeye Wings unlevel nickhenfrey reini TimJ UberDaveToo jean -> Bunfight -> 2024 Future Group Builds .
  2. Going through the stash and rembered that I have two Roden 1/48 Gladiators languishing there, as happens the Air Corp flew them and there were two distinct schemes so if they get built that’s where they’re going, but it also occurred to me that they were exported widely so many airforces flew them as well as the fact that they are an iconic pre war fighter which as happens first flew in 1934. My Airfix 1/72 in Air Corp colours Flown by:- *Australia *Belgium *China *Egypt *Free France *Finland *Germany (small numbers, including of former Latvian and Lithuanian Gladiators) *Greece *Iraq *Ireland * Latvia – 26 units *Lithuania – 14 units *Norway * Portugal *Romania * South Africa * Soviet Union – took over former Latvian and Lithuanian Gladiators following the occupation of the Baltic States *Sweden * United Kingdom So who’s up for a Gladiator in 2024??? 1. Me 2. @Jb65rams 3. @JOCKNEY 4. @Corsairfoxfouruncle 5. @Andwil 6. @2996 Victor 7. @Ngantek 8. @CliffB 9. @gingerbob 10. @Rafwaffe
  3. VMA131Marine

    Airfix 2024

    Well, now that the 2023 range is out of the way, it’s time to start thinking about what new kits and rereleases Airfix will have in 2024 My predictions: Starter sets 1/72 Bf 109G-6 1/72 Hawker Hurricane Mk.I (metal wings) 1/43 Mustang Shelby GT500 1/43 Ford Lotus Cortina 1/43 Jaguar Mk.2 Saloon 1/43 Ferrari 250GTO 1/43 Ford GT40 Mk.II Regular kits 1/48 Fairey Firefly Mk.V 1/48 Seafire III 1/72 Republic P-47D Razorback 1/72 Hawker Hurricane Mk.IIc 1/72 Handley Page Halifax B.I/II 1/72 TBF/TBM Avenger 1/72 Panther PzKfw V 1/72 Panzer IV 1/72 A34 Comet I 1/35 Centurion Mk.VIII (need something to go with the Ferret) Rereleases with new parts and or decals 1/72 Bristol Beaufort 1/72 HS Nimrod 1/72 Avro Shackleton MR.2 1/48 Avro Anson 1/48 Walrus Mk.I 1/48 BAC TSR.2 Vintage Classics 1/600 Scharnhorst 1/600 HMS Manxman 1/72 F2H-1/2 Banshee 1/72 Cessna O-2A 1/72 Lockheed U-2C/D 1/72 Heinkel He 177 1/72 Lockheed S-3A Viking 1/72 Supermarine S.6b 1/32 Austin Maxi (aka the Landcrab)* 1/32 1904 Mercedes 1/12 Napoleon 1/12 Queen Victoria 1/12 Richard the Lionheart *Apparently the Morris Marina tool rusted beyond repair in France, which seems fitting.
  4. Please read this first: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vyborg–Petrozavodsk_offensive Not just the D-Day and Normandy campaign, or the Bagration, but also the 4th Strategic Offensive of the Red Army in 1944. A fascinating but horrible summer war with more twists and turns than you'd expect. Initial breakthrough and rapid advance of the Soviets behind fleeing, chaotic Finnish troops for the first dozen or so days. Solidifying Finnish defence in a series of local victories as Soviets lose their focus and spread their assault searching for weak points, meaning another dozen days of heavy fighting along the stretched front. The decisive fortnight, when Finns blunt the Soviet main assault for good on the Karelian Isthmus and cause major losses on the attacker in the Ladogan Karelia. If you find the plot intriguing, let me introduce the players: The USSR with anything domestic made like the LaGG-3, La-5, Yak-9, Il-2, Pe-2, DB-3, T-34, KV-1, JS-1 (or -2?) and Lend-Leasers like the P-39, P-40, B-25, A-20, and more... The Finns with anything they could get in their hands, like the Brewsters, Blenheims, Morane-Saulniers, P-36:s, Bf 109:s, Do 17:s, Ju 88:s, Pe-2:s, Stug III:s and T-34:s (and more...) The Germans with Ju 87 D:s, Bf 109 and Ju 188 recce, FW 190 A:s and F:s, Stug and StuH III:s and even the b****y Prinz Eugen! I know it competes from the same slot in time than the D-Day anniversary, but as the Armistice between Finland and the USSR began in early September, this could start in early May, when the Soviets began assembling their forces for the offensive. So how about something new from the Eastern Front, for a change? V-P vppelt68 (host) Marklo Rabbit Leader 2996 Victor Robert Stuart JOCKNEY MARADER RJBud1 John Masters stevehnz Grandboof franky boy Maginot ...
  5. No, not talking about the thing you switch channels in a TV, but remote controlled vehicles in the air, water or on the ground. UAV:s, Goliaths and deep sea subs. I guess there hasn't been one yet? V-P
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