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madcat911

1/48 - FMA IA 58 Pucara by Kinetic - CAD drawing

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YES!

(If you've got the Aconcagua kit, it's nowhere near as difficult as it looks in the box. I completed one after years of having it on the shelf. Go for it!)

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Thanks alot. :yahoo:

I'm been wanting one for years.

 

/Bosse 

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So glad I never bought the Aconcagua kit now, I very nearly did too!  

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1 hour ago, bentwaters81tfw said:

One to add to the wants list.

Same here. That list keeps getting longer and longer…:think:

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Superb! :yahoo: I've been putting off getting the old Heritage shocker for years, as this thing ticks all the boxes of unusual, weird-looking, ugly and ungainly.  We also have the Falklands link to whet the appetite further ^_^

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A very pleasent surprise,one that'll be dropping into a online shopping cart at the earliest available oppertunity

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Nice...

 

And another subject by Kinetic with a Falklands connection, after the SHAR, Mirage III and Super Etendard. MB339 next, anyone?

 

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Well,

for me, I official pronounce this as "Most wanted model of the year".

I won't even wait for first reviews to buy it!

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44 minutes ago, Truro Model Builder said:

MB339 next, anyone?

 I'll second to that !

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Very happy about this announcement, will need at least one but maybe another, Kinetic are certainly starting to make models of some great subjects, and the quality is improving all the time.

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That's going to need a lot of nose weight - even the CAD is tail-heavy.  :D

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This will hopefully be good.

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17 hours ago, dambuster said:

Brilliant!  Guaranteed to happen just after I ordered one of the Aconcagua Resin models......

 

Peter

Hi

    I had just bought a heritage one 

       cheers

          jerry

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Terrific news,as for the Aermacchi MB339,the Kinetic Team can visit the Royal Malaysian Air Force museum in Kuala Lumpur (2 hours journey from Hong Kong?) for a thorough inspection of a wfu MB339 airframe.

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9 hours ago, brewerjerry said:

Hi

    I had just bought a heritage one 

       cheers

          jerry

Built the Heritage model about 5 years ago, quite reasonable with judicious application of some modelling skills.

 

Peter

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Thank God my attempts to buy the ACONCAGUA kit have always come to naught.

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I too nearly bought the Heritage but cost and quality just said nope. Great news and very welcome🤞

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