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1/48 - BAC/Sud-Aviation Concorde 101/102 resin kit by HpH - released

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Guess what it is?

1/48th BAC/Sud-Aviation Concorde resin kit by HpH in November 2014.

Source: http://www.hphmodels.cz/index.php/en/news/item/347-future-release

Concorde-reklama-samostatne5.jpg

Scale and type are in the original photo (now deleted) address: Source: http://www.hphmodels.cz/images/stories/galerie_modelu/Concorde-1-48/48/Concorde-reklama-samostatne5.jpg

concorde-wallpaper.jpg

V.P.

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Are those green hubs? If so, are we talking Russian? :hmmm:

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Cripes... it does, doesn't it? :gobsmacked:

That's got to be almost 2m long!!! 61.66mm/32 = 1.92m :shocked: A more moderate 80cm wingspan. Still going to be impressive... will it come in under a grand? :hmmm:

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I'm not even going to try to work out how much that will cost, but I think Mike might be close.

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If it is a Concorde, who (except Tom Probert LOL ;) ) has the space for one?

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Looks like it...

concorde-wallpaper.jpg

Blimey Laurent, that looks like the same picture they used, How the hell did you find that :ninja:

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Blimey Laurent, that looks like the same picture they used, How the hell did you find that :ninja:

Just Google "concorde". The photo is in here. Oh and the HpH JPG is called Concorde-reklama-samostatne5.jpg...

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Hello!

Look at the path to the picture: www.hphmodels.cz/images/stories/galerie_modelu/Concorde-1-48/48/Concorde-reklama-samostatne5.jpg

I think it is more 1:48. Still 1.28 m x 53 cm though.

Philippe

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OK for those who complained that a 1:24 Typhoon was too big for their bookshelves I reckon this thing will be 6 foot 4 inches (1930mm) long. :banghead:

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OK for those who complained that a 1:24 Typhoon was too big for their bookshelves I reckon this thing will be 6 foot 4 inches (1930mm) long. :banghead:

Nope. 4 foot 2 inches. 1/48 kit.

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1:48 is just about reasonable... but you'll need some interior at that scale.

Wonder if anyone will ever do a Tu-160 Blackjack in 1:48 to dwarf the Revell kit? :hmmm:

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Now, a 1:48 Blackjack I would buy, but not a Concorde.

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Why do you think it is 1:48?

1:72 will be more appropriate and in line with their other releases

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Why do you think it is 1:48?

1:72 will be more appropriate and in line with their other releases

Airfix did a 1/72nd Concorde, the poster states 'no equivalent in the world' ?

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Why do you think it is 1:48?

1:72 will be more appropriate and in line with their other releases

Scale and type are indicated in the photo address: http://www.hphmodels.cz/images/stories/galerie_modelu/Concorde-1-48/48/Concorde-reklama-samostatne5.jpg

I'm not even going to try to work out how much that will cost, but I think Mike might be close.

Price? Remember the Concorde ticket price London-NY...

V.P.

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