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1/48 - Hawker Hart by Arsenal Model Group (AMG) - released

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Wow! Brilliant! What are the chances of this kit being molded to allow the Audax, Demon, Hardy, Hind, and Osprey to be produced as well?

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Well colour me orange and call me Bert!

 

I've been saying for ages that Airfix should cover this very subject in this scale, I'm glad somebody has grasped the nettle, if they do a good job I'll be after one of these.

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They had that at the local airfield near me pre-war for the C.A.G. unit so I have always wanted to model the Hart so I think it will soon be time to break open the piggy bank ! 

 

Hooray for enterprise 

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14 hours ago, VMA131Marine said:

Wow! Brilliant! What are the chances of this kit being molded to allow the Audax, Demon, Hardy, Hind, and Osprey to be produced as well?

Vote +1

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😍😀

15 hours ago, VMA131Marine said:

Wow! Brilliant! What are the chances of this kit being molded to allow the Audax, Demon, Hardy, Hind, and Osprey to be produced as well?

+1 on the Osprey.

And I for one would love to see the Bristol Mercury engine version of the Hart.

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Edited by flarpen

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Another future kit on the must-have list :) 

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I'm thinking Hartbeeste at present. 

Edited by Darby
memory lapse

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11 hours ago, Wez said:

Well colour me orange and call me Bert!

 

I've been saying for ages that Airfix should cover this very subject in this scale, I'm glad somebody has grasped the nettle, if they do a good job I'll be after one of these.

About time a Hart came out in this scale- 616 sqn used them when they first formed at Doncaster👍🤗🤗

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Yes! I'll get the whole set. Or a bunch of Harts for conversions.

 

And, dare I say it?

AMG, pretty please with sugar on top, Hawker Fury (biplane) is also part of that family 😉

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On ‎7‎/‎4‎/‎2018 at 9:05 AM, dragonlanceHR said:

Yes! I'll get the whole set. Or a bunch of Harts for conversions.

 

And, dare I say it?

AMG, pretty please with sugar on top, Hawker Fury (biplane) is also part of that family 😉

Also Nimrod . . .

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On 7/4/2018 at 9:05 AM, dragonlanceHR said:

Yes! I'll get the whole set. Or a bunch of Harts for conversions.

 

And, dare I say it?

AMG, pretty please with sugar on top, Hawker Fury (biplane) is also part of that family 😉

 

On 7/5/2018 at 9:29 AM, Dave Batt said:

Also Nimrod . . .

Floats. Just don't forget floats. Just saying :D

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I hope they make the whole family, in Portugal the Army Air Arm used the Hind and the Fury and the Navy used the Osprey.

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Purchased yesterday from the manufacturer at Plastic Winter in Bratislava sans resin and instructions (who needs those, eh?) 😁

Do note the pre-release label and optional gunner cutout.

 

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hart2.jpg

 

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Will definitely be getting me one of these, looks great!

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Worth every penny. I sincerely hope they will make many releases with different decals and/or versions. Rib tapes feature very fine detail and I particularly like the internal wing attachment spars for both wings.

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