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1/32 - MiG-29A/C/SMT/UB "Fulcrum" by Trumpeter - MiG-29 (9.12), UB (9.51), C (9.13) & SMT (9.17) released

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Trumpeter is to release a 1/32nd MiG-29 "Fulcrum" family in 2016-2017

- ref.03223 - MiG-29A 9.12 "Fulcrum-A"
- ref.03224 - MiG-29C 9.13 "Fulcrum-C"
- ref.03225 - MiG-29SMT 9.17 "Fulcrum-F"
- ref.03226 - MiG-29UB 9.51 "Fulcrum-B"

Source: http://scalemodels.ru/modules/news/img_9587_1449140962_10.jpg.html

V.P.

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1st box art - variant 9.12 reported coming soon - ref.03223

Source: https://www.facebook.com/TrumpeterModel/photos/a.103538733138062.8169.103526326472636/587958894696041/

 

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Ok ok....I know some of you are not just satisfied with 72th scale fulcrum from us that easily..... In this case.....May the Force of 32th scale with you....Brand New Tool 03223 MIG-29A Fulcrum 9.12. Coming soon!

 

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V.P.

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I have created this box art of the Huaf along wiht their new type, the Saab Grippen! I am also working in another box art image of the new Mig-29 series...and of course it's another variant!! I hope the kits to be good ones!!!

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Planeart: you mention the Gripen.....? In 1/32???

In the planeart paint, below the MiG and the title NEW TOOL! ;-)

V.P.

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great stuff, perhaps one day a Gripen in 1/32 as well

Dear Robetlundin, no!! I just painted in the backround the Grippen as an accompanied aircraft!! in 32nd scale? Who knows!!! Maybe!!...my personal wish is to see a Mirage F1 in 32nd scale!!!

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Just hope it is well-done, exciting news, something very cool about that humpbacked look to the Fulcrum SMT.

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something very cool about that humpbacked look to the Fulcrum SMT.

Looks more potent and impressive to me like F-16s with conformal tanks.

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Why do they insist on molding the aux air intake doors open all the time??? It really ruins it for me. I hope at least they give you separate closed ones but if its like their 72nd scale cousins they are molded integrally with the upper fuselage. 

I hope they give you the option in the production version..

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3 hours ago, Vaildog said:

Is the Hungarian scheme the only option?

 

If their previous releases are anything to go by, then it is unlikely that they will only have one option in the box.

 

Mark

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Looking forward to seeing more, but if those painting guides are based on the kit, it looks like it has the same intake doors size problem as their 1/72 kit.

 

Hopefully the intakes are better done than on the GWH kit so that they can be left open. At least the bottom fuselage has a hole so there is more depth to be seen through the auxiliary intakes although not sure if this is noticeable at all if the main intakes are closed (compared to e.g. the closed off. top of the intake on the GWH).

 

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28 minutes ago, armored76 said:

Did anyone had a hands-on look at the kit already? Opinions?

 

Thanks!

Cristian

 

 

Phil Flory's tour of the sprues

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Thanks a lot!

 

I was actually hoping for a discussion thread like the one on Trumpeter's 1/72 offering, with pros and cons, accuracy, buildability, comparison to older kits, etc. :ner:

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