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1/144 - Airbus A350-1000 by Zvezda - released

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In 2019 Zvezda is to release a 1/144th Airbus A350-1000 kit - ref. 7020

Source: Zvezda catalog 2019

 

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Great news, IMHO the prettiest variant in the A350 range. And if the molding is as good as it usually is with Zvezda, I will bin the -900 Revell kit and shrink the Zvezda kit.

 

Too bad they put an end to the "Ultimate" dirty wing standard, I guess the sales did not improve notably. Anyway, better new quality and simple kits than no kits at all.

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Wow, 

 

I'll be in for one... I missed the earlier information... so wait will be shorter 😉

 

Eric B. 

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Sorry to bring up an older thread, but it's nice to see how the fan blades have been moulded. Not like the revell idea of attaching each individual fan blade to the sprue. This zvezda idea is much better

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On 4/19/2020 at 3:44 PM, Dans80 said:

 Not like the revell idea of attaching each individual fan blade to the sprue. This zvezda idea is much better

I'm not sure what you mean. I've built the Revell 350 and there were not individual fan blades, but two disks of blades you put together. Actually looking the same as Zvezda's. 😕

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He means that with the Revell one, each blade was attached to the sprue and the chances to brake one was obviously higher...

Also less sanding to do on the parts :D

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51 minutes ago, sofiane1718 said:

He means that with the Revell one, each blade was attached to the sprue and the chances to brake one was obviously higher...

Also less sanding to do on the parts :D

Absolutely this mate. :). I didnt explain it too well. But glad you understood :)

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