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1/32 - Avro Lancaster B.Mk.I/III by Border Model (ex-Wingnut Wings) - pre-released - full release December 2021


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UPDATE: The original Wingnut Wings project (2018) is now the hands of Border Model (2021)

  

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STOP PRESS - News from the Tokyo Hobby Show. Wingnut Wings has announced that they have a 1/32 scale Lancaster Dambusters and Lancaster B.Mk.I/III are in development for 2019 2020. More details to follow after the show.

http://www.hyperscale.com/what's.htm

 

Three new Wingnut Wings kits in development to be announced at the All Japan Model & Hobby Show in Tokyo - 28-30 September 2018.

Source: http://www.wingnutwings.com/ww/

 

- ref. 32043 - Avro Lancaster B.Mk.I/III : 1/32 - http://www.wingnutwings.com/ww/product?productid=3193

- ref. 32044 - Avro Lancaster B.Mk.III "Dambusters" : 1/32 - http://www.wingnutwings.com/ww/product?productid=3194

- ref. 32062 - Halberstadt Cl.II (late)  - see Britmodeller thread here: link - Scale: 1/32 - http://www.wingnutwings.com/ww/product?productid=3195

 

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Heavens to Betsy it must be time for an Avro 504!!! Loads of marking opportunities, floats, ski's, three seat Pax conversion and even a 504N...as a 'late' boxing... new sprue with some winglets and rotors as a Cierva C.6 -  BR1, Gnome, Le Rhone, Sunbeam,  Lynx, bomber, fighter, trainer... I mean come on WNW do I have to write your business plan for you! 

 

:)

 

TT

 

 

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As much as I know it won't be a 1/32 Gloster Gauntlet would be welcome on my desk. Perhaps Silver Wings might if not in the WNW plan.

Assuming it's a wholly new set of subjects I wonder if they might venture towards the SPAD XIII?

BE2 possibly?

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4 hours ago, TEXANTOMCAT said:

Heavens to Betsy it must be time for an Avro 504!!! Loads of marking opportunities, floats, ski's, three seat Pax conversion and even a 504N...as a 'late' boxing... new sprue with some winglets and rotors as a Cierva C.6 -  BR1, Gnome, Le Rhone, Sunbeam,  Lynx, bomber, fighter, trainer... I mean come on WNW do I have to write your business plan for you! 

 

:)

 

TT

 

 

Very much agree, produced in greater numbers than any other British WW1 type and used for a longer period. The 504 has been overlooked for far too long!

Cheers, Paul

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2 minutes ago, mekon said:

Well I guess it was on the cards, only question is where do you put it when finished? (if finished?)

Hence why my bombers will remain in the 1/72 scale range as they will fit a shelve

 

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