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I have the Haunebu II Model Kits from Squadron Models and from Revell sitting on my shelf for a while. To make this clear: This is pure Fun-Fiction for me. I am lighyears away from any Nazi-Ideas or any questionable messages that people (especially here in germany) have associated with the Haunebu after the Revell Kit came out. Both Kits offer the option to open the Bridge-Section with the "Repulsor Drive"-Unit in the middle. Both drives are pretty basic. The Squadron version is a bit bigger but just a hollow tube. Therefore my Plan is to replicate the repulsor drives in clear resi
Wow! This just in from Squadron - and it's also the first kit they're producing themselves. It's a Haunebu II German Flying Saucer. It's a pretty massive looking thing even in its 1/72nd scale. It also looks exceptionally well detailed. For fans of the off beat, of Luft '46 subjects, science fiction, and those who just want to have some outlandish fun - this should be just the ticket. They're taking pre-orders now and are looking at an end of January, 2017, availability. http://www.squadron.com/Squadron-Models-1-72-Haunebu-II-German-Flying-Sa-