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1/32 - Vought OS2U Kingfisher by Kitty Hawk - released

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Kitty Hawk is to release a 1/32nd Vought OS2U Kingfisher kit - ref.KH32016
Now 1/32nd and not 1/48th as initially announced.
Source: https://www.facebook.com/736521713066784/photos/a.736556396396649.1073741827.736521713066784/900453140006973/?type=1&theater

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coming in 1/48...................


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Edited by Homebee

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Nice I'll be buying one of those

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KH Have said this will be 1.32 first on their Facebook Page.

The 1.48 will come later.

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Looking to be a great kit!!!

(Is it just me of is the the right wing in the second CAD twice as large as the left? ;-) of course it's just a CAD and the perspective playing games)

Edited by robertlundin

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Different versions with different wingspans perhaps?

Either way , it looks like a beautiful kit, the cockpit especially looks excellent

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OMG this is a 100% yes kit for me, wow

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This company is going to bankrupt me....

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well

That is my 2016 big project already chosen

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If it doesn't come with RAAF markings it's fatally flawed!

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The Russian option states that it severed of ex italian light crusier Milwaukee, that was an american ship not italian and that was loaned to russian in 1944 and renamed Murmansk until it's return to the US

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