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1/72 - BAe Jetstream T.1/T.2/T.3 & 200 by Amodel & Jetstream 32ER/HP-137 & Super 31 by Sova-M - released - RAF & RN decals by Model Art

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After the Jetstream 31 & 32 (http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/234972846-172-bae-jetstream-31-32-by-amodel-released/?hl=jetstream) Amodel is to release another serie of 1/72nd Jetstream kits.

Source:

http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/234997175-amodel-new-172nd-1144th-kits-in-2016-update/

 

- ref.72331 - BAe Jetstream T.1

 

Jetstream_T_1.jpg

 

- ref.72332 - BAe Jetstream T.2

- ref.72333 - BAe Jetstream T.3

- ref.72335 - BAe Jetstream 200

 

V.P.

 

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Edited by Homebee

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I do wonder if other schemes will be provided for 72335, the real HP Jetstream. I don't recall any external differences on the 200 from the earlier ones. D-INAH would be nice. Too early to say, I'm sure.

Edited by Graham Boak

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Holy mother ******! That'll please some people.

And something different ... nice to see a company with some originality (see the other new AModel posts on here)

Edited by Foghorn Leghorn

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You can rely on Amodel, if they bring one type out the rest usually follow not long after! Top marks for this company, I'm over the moon with some of the releases, this being one.

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Yes!!!

I have the Airfix kit plus M&E conversion which I occasionally take a look at then put back in the pile.

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Do not think I will bother with my Magna Jetstream or Dove now.

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Mmm, ebay calls for some Airfix Jetstreams and ME conversions.......now can someone do decals for all 4 variations of the DERA T2......

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Do not think I will bother with my Magna Jetstream or Dove now.

Guess who has just recently struggled to make his. Mind you it will not stop me from getting one of these.

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Yes!!!

I have the Airfix kit plus M&E conversion which I occasionally take a look at then put back in the pile.

Likewise.

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It's a waiting game, as is everything with Amodel, you hear nothing for ages then it just rocks up.

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I recently bought their 1/72 Bo 105 Iraqi release - unfortunately they appear to have very little quality control, some parts were deformed and the box art was printed so dark you could hardly see what the subject was - money thrown away if you buy that kit 

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These are about to be released and will arrive in the UK from Mid Feb 2018

 

T1, T2, T3 and 200 series

 

We have just release the information to our retailers so no doubt they will start to appear on their sites quite soon.

 

We have set the RRP at £31.99 but some of our retailers may give a little discount

Edited by TIGER HOBBIESLIMITED

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Good to see they are coming at last. I thought 2018 might have been a cheaper year for me, but perhaps not. Carry on saving the pennies. 

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Wasn't expecting the Cranfield Jetstream! Will definitely be getting one of these (plus a T.1 at least) - had a great week flying in Cranfield's Jetstream as a student, 20+ years ago. I think it would have been G-AXUM rather than 'UI but UI will be good enough for me.

 

NY resolution was to build more than I buy this year, so better get building!

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