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As a result of the close-down of the UK by the British Government last night, we have made all the Buy/Sell areas read-only until we open back up again, so please have a look at the announcement linked here.

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1/32 - Curtiss SB2C-4 Helldiver resin kit by HpH - released

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Awesome news, i was furtunate enough to collect the Catalina kit at tTelford, loved the FW189, looking forward to the Helldiver, ive skipped the 154 as i think its a b@@@@y awful looking aircraft!!!

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Oh wow !!!

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That looks like my first purchase of 2016 !!!!!!

Cheers

Dennis

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My wallet just run out the room !!!

Guy

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Hi,

Jiri, the owner of HpH, has sent the pics to me a few days ago. He told me that the kit will not be ready before mid/end of April. they are still waiting for decals, photo-etched parts and seatbelts.

Cheers, Heinz

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Source: http://forum.largescaleplanes.com/index.php?showtopic=28641&page=76#entry801592

(...)SB2C-4 Helldiver: the kit looks fantastic and will be available in about 3 weeks. Still missing are the decals and seatbelts from HGW, metal parts from Profimodeller and instruction CD.

To answer some questions: There will be no wingfold set. (...)

V.P.

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its Resin , all the HPM kits , but they produce kist that are pretty well indistinguishable from Injection Moulded plastic . for £160+ - it should be!

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Every time HPM produce a kit like this , I'm at once happy and rather depressed,

Happy that another hole in 32nd Scale has been plugged

Depressed because I'll never let myself spend that kind of money on a single kit, and the fact it exists means that no other company will make the effort to tool it in plastic because "it already exists"

Much as I love 32nd , and WWII US aircraft the Helldiver is destined to remain out of my reach for the foreseeable future,

Pity , it looks magnificent!

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