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1/48 - Yakovlev Yak-52 & Yak-53 - released - reboxing by Hobby Park

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A-Model catalogue 2013-2014 is available online here:

http://scalemodels.ru/news/5859-katalog-a-model-2013-2014.html

Front page

http://scalemodels.ru/modules/news/img_5859_1360006547_02.jpg.html

NEW 1/48th

- ref.4806 - Yak-52

- ref.4807 - Yak-18T "Max"

- ref.4808 - Yak-53

And many more in the other scales...

V.P.

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Grrrr, I was hoping I would post this :-D

Old rule of scale modelling in action - once one starts building a vacuform someone announces an injection kit - I'm half way through Sanger's Starship.

Buran and Komet seem quite tempting

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Tu-134 - how could I miss it :)

Yak-40 and Tu-14 in 1:72 and Mrya in 1:144 are also very welcome. The history however shows that the mere fact that a kit is announced in AModel's catalogue does not mean it will be released soon.

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Proper happy with the Tu-134, Yak-40 and IL-78! Is the IL-38 new too?

Was hoping for a Be-12 in 72nd...

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Is that a 1/72 scale Spruce Goose (H4) and Do X...

Mhhhhh

Steve

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Is that a 1/72 scale Spruce Goose (H4) and Do X...

Both already available. I've seen the Do X and it's quite something. The hull looks like a pair of wellingtons.

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Love the Tradewind although I guess it will be in the A-monsters line with fibreglass fuselage.

The XB-60 is another interesting (and large...) choice !

I have a soft spot for Amodel kits, they are not the easiest to build but IMHO offer a lot

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On Amonsters, I've found the official UK price to be something between a suggestion and a fantasy. You can find them a lot cheaper on Hobbyterra, and I've managed an even better price via eBay.

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I usually buy then from Ukraine or Russia where they are the cheapest. Re-checked a couple of my favourite suppliers - the cheapest Do-X costs 1516 UAH - that is about £113 (without postage and custom charges) - I'm taking my words back - it's a reasonable price

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Sorry to see that the 1/144 Avro Lincoln is not shown. Whatever happened to that?

John

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Thanks Pin - I had not spotted that! Whoopee - but it has been on their list for some years. I wonder when it will be available?

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Chuff me sideways, is that a Tradewind on the cover?

Now thats going to be BIG in 1.72!

Julien

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Wow, a 1/72 YB-60! Cool aircraft, but blimey that's going to cost a pretty penny. Wonder why no one has done a conversion kit for the Monogram B-36 instead!

Wonder how long it will take Amodel to start addressing those Tupolev developmental aicraft that connected the TU-4 to the TU-95? I'm thinking TU-80/ 85. If they can do an American YB-60, they should address some equivalent designs from the motherland!

Will

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