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1/144 - Douglas C-133 Cargomaster by Roden - released

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Oh No!  I had better get on and build my Anigrand C-133, otherwise I'll never do it once  the Roden becomes available. :frantic:

 

Mike

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Very nice , and I will probably build one. However, as someone has already said , C130 , C130 , C130!!!

 

Keith 

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On 12/28/2018 at 9:36 AM, Britman said:

Very nice , and I will probably build one. However, as someone has already said , C130 , C130 , C130!!!

 

Keith 

There's already a few C130's around though.   Whilst this isn't the most attractive of aircraft (mainly because of the bulbous nose) it's more interesting than another Hercules.

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Not a 1/144 fan but, as there is little likelihood of one in a larger scale, I can make do with this!!:lol:. So long as it isn't as ludicrously priced as their C-5 kits.

 

Allan

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C130 kits seem very hit and miss as regards accuracy and most too expensive. 

 

Keith 

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20 hours ago, Albeback52 said:

Not a 1/144 fan but, as there is little likelihood of one in a larger scale

 

Allan

Here you go in glorious 72 Cinerama, its been available for a while.

 

http://www.anigrand.com/AA2104_C-133.htm

 

Tommo.

Edited by The Tomohawk Kid

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On 1/27/2019 at 2:33 AM, Britman said:

C130 kits seem very hit and miss as regards accuracy and most too expensive. 

 

Keith 

The only real choices in 1/144 are Minicraft (expensive and accuracy issues) and AModel (more accurate, but a pig to build). I'd really like to see Revell have a go at a new tool C-130 in this scale.

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1/144 C-130J kits seem to be available OK but wanting a C-130 E recently, I was forced into buying the A-models Blue angles double kit with a 1/144 f-4 along. I'm going to want another so as I can do the early cheat line RNZAF scheme & later camo'd one as well, maybe another for the current all grey scheme. ???  :unsure: As to a C-133, if they have any markings for the odd one that did a run to Antarctica from Christchurch, I could be tempted.

Steve.

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That price on Modelsua doesn't seem to terrible.

Steve.

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yeah, $28 seems very reasonable considering the same page shows their B720 for about the same price.

 

I'll keep an eye out!

 

Jeff

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That's an aircraft that I've wanted in kit form for a long time and, at that price, even I could afford one.

 

Mike

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Mid to late twenty pounds, sounds very reasonable, and that was my point about the Minicraft C130 kits.

 

Keith

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12 hours ago, pinky coffeeboat said:

yeah, $28 seems very reasonable considering the same page shows their B720 for about the same price.

 

I'll keep an eye out!

 

Jeff

 

Wow that is low (too good to be true low?), given the eBay prices which are normally the best are 10 spondos higher.

 

Hannants have it listed but no price as of yet.

 

Tommo.

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That's about £21. Agreed, quite reasonable. Postage is a bit of a killer though. Buy (say) two kits and that puts the weight over 1kg and adds about another £17 in postage. Think I will wait & see what the price in rip off UK will be

 

Allan

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