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Dora Wings catalog 2017 - programme

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A new Ukrainian company, Dora Wings, has just released a catalog for 2017.

http://www.dorawings.com/

https://www.facebook.com/DoraWings-1929101897320378/

 

Source:

https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=1929108013986433&id=1929101897320378

 

1/144

- ref. ? - Gee Bee R racer

 

1/72

- ref. ? - Bellanca CH-300 Pacemaker (Lithuania)

- ref. ? - Westland Wallace/Wapiti

 

1/48

- ref. ? - Gee Bee R racer

- ref. ? - Bellanca CH-300 Pacemaker

- ref. ? - Westland Wallace/Wapiti

 

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1/144 Geebee racer? :blink: Break out the microscope chaps!

 

Big questions, who are they? Where are they based and plastic or resin! Can't find any info on the links.

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Good day!
Dora Wings is my new project, independent of AMG.
The models will be plastic. Direction - the Golden Age of aviation.
The first project - GeeBee 48 and 144 scale.

 

P.S. Bee on a scale of 144 may be short, but thick :)

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3 hours ago, dora said:


The models will be plastic. Direction - the Golden Age of aviation.

 

That's a very good choice. May I ask, those will be short runs?

Bellanca "Lithuanica" is a very interesting choice. This plane have a special place in history of Lithuanian aviation and from period of firsts transatlantic flights, unfortunately this one ended as tragedy. A article for those interested.

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2 hours ago, Botan said:

 

That's a very good choice. May I ask, those will be short runs?

 

Yes, it's short run.

The models will be made according to the technology as Bf.109 from AMG, Claud from Wingsy Kits, and many other new models of the Ukrainian manufacturers.

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The Wallace is a lovely aircraft, after seeing this I'd be tempted to build one!

 

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Goody.  Wapiti/Wallace well up my street.

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Applauded!

 

we need more golden age subjects. I'll likely get most of your 1/72 subjects. 

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I knew it was Ukrainian before I opened this thread.

While the Ukrainian kit makers generally have very interesting subjects and make very good kits I think they are a bit pricey to get here in the EU.

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7 hours ago, dora said:

Good day!
Dora Wings is my new project, independent of AMG.
The models will be plastic. Direction - the Golden Age of aviation.
The first project - GeeBee 48 and 144 scale.

 

P.S. Bee on a scale of 144 may be short, but thick :)


Your choice of subject are excellent !  When can we expect the 72nd scale wallace/wapiti ?  72nd scale geebee will be nice too . :) 

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1 hour ago, occa said:

I knew it was Ukrainian before I opened this thread.

While the Ukrainian kit makers generally have very interesting subjects and make very good kits I think they are a bit pricey to get here in the EU.

Quite honestly I'm happier to pay any manufacturer who makes a good job rather than pay OTT for a rehashed subject from a mainstream supplier. Yes Hasegawa I'm talking about you especially.

 

The bonus here is unusual subjects especially civilian orientated. Gee Bee in 48th Excellent!

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Looking forward to Wapiti/Wallace in 72nd, will add to a 504 Sqn theme I am developing.

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I'm definitely interested in the Bellanca. Kits of the Golden Age are most welcome!

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Wallace, expecially Mk II with lobster canopy is an Art-Deco beauty...

BTW - like with two other recent novelties (Junkers G 24 and Northrop Delta) -  I also made once a conversion of both Wallace Mk II and Wapiti out Frog Wallace...

 

This was subject of my first post on RFI here. 

Cheers

J-W

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22 hours ago, dora said:

Good day!
Dora Wings is my new project, independent of AMG.
The models will be plastic. Direction - the Golden Age of aviation.
The first project - GeeBee 48 and 144 scale.

 

P.S. Bee on a scale of 144 may be short, but thick :)

 

Good luck with all you have planned and may you go from strength to strength! I'm sure many people on here can give you plenty of subject matter to consider if you ever need ideas. Is anything soon to be released or are they all projected to be out towards the end of the year?

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Thank you all for your kind words.
Gee will be released in early summer. Belanka and Wallace / Wappiti in the autumn

 

Regards,

Eugen

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I suspect / hope you have a winner on your hands with that 48th Wallace/Wapiti. The "golden age" could be the right way to go as there are alot

of types not covered by the mainstream kit makers. I wish you all the best with your new company and I look forward to buying your Wapiti!

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One more for Wapiti, in 72nd and 48th!

 

Hopefully you will go on with other between the war types, Siskin and Bulldog would see some prayers answered.

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What about Polikarpov PR-5, the passanger biplane? Perhaps it is too odd...

Another of "golden era" - Vickers Valentia?

Cheers

J-W

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Great choice of subjects!

 

I feel the chances of seeing a Bristol 138 in 1/48 grew up a little!

 

I wish success to Dora! 

 

Cheers!

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Good luck to your beginning Dora.

Looking forward to seeing some real plastic :-)

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