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Eduard 2019-2020-2021 - pre-programme

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Provisional Eduard 2019-2020 programme 

Source: https://nowosci.plastikowe.pl/aktualnosci/zapowiedzi-2019-2020-eduard/

 

Aircraft - 1/32nd

-  Messerschmitt Bf.109E-1/E-3 Legion Condor - Limited Edition - 2nd half of 2019

 

Aircraft - 1/48th

- ref. 8227 - Grumman F6F-3 Hellcat - ProfiPACK - January 2019

- ref. 11125 - Bodenplatte: Focke-Wulf Fw.190D-9 & Messerschmitt Bf.109G-14/AS (Dual Combo) - Limited Edition - January 2019

- ref. 84151 - Supermarine Spitfire L.F. Mk.IXc (Late Version) - Weekend Edition - January 2019

- ref. 8103 - Dassault Mirage IIIC - ProfiPACK - February 2019

- ref. 82122 - Hawker Tempest V Series 2 - ProfiPACK - February 2019

- Messerschmitt Bf.109G-10 (Diana/WNF) - ProfiPACK - March 2019

- PANAVIA MRCA Tornado - Limited Edition - April 2019 - rebox of Revell kit

- Dassault Mirage IIICJ - ProfiPACK - May 2019

- Messerschmitt Bf.109F-2/F-4 "Operation Barbarossa" - Limited Edition - May 2019

- Hawker Tempest - Royal Class - June 2019, although it may be postponed until early 2020

- McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Hornet - Limited Edition - June 2019 - rebox of Hasegawa kit

- Focke-Wulf Fw.190A-8 - ProfiPACK - 1st half of 2019

- Lockheed F-104J Starfighter - Limited Edition - July / August 2019 - rebox of Hasegawa kit

- MiG-23BN "Flogger-H" - Limited Edition - October 2019 - rebox of Trumpeter kit (without resin set)

- SPAD XIII (Early Version) - ProfiPACK - 2nd half of 2019

- Bell P-39 Airacobra - ProfiPACK - 2nd half of 2019

- Messerschmitt Bf.109G-6/AS - ProfiPACK - 2nd half of 2019

- Messerschmitt Bf.109G-10 (Erla WNr.15xxxx) - ProfiPACK - 2nd half of 2019

- Focke-Wulf Fw.190A JaBo - Limited Edition - 2nd half of 2019

- Grumman F6F-3 Hellcat - Weekend Edition - 2019

- Hanriot HD.2 (Float Version) - Weekend Edition - 2019

- Messerschmitt Bf.109E-4 - Weekend Edition - 2019

- Focke-Wulf Fw.190A-3 - Weekend Edition - 2019

- Supermarine Spitfire H.F. Mk.VIII - Weekend Edition - 2019

- Messerschmitt Bf.108 Taifun - Weekend Edition - 2019

- Albatros D.V - Weekend Edition - 2019

- Focke-Wulf Fw.190A-5 - Weekend Edition - 2019

- Messerschmitt Bf.109G-14 - Weekend Edition - 2019

- Messerschmitt Bf.109G-10 (Erla WNr.48xxxx) - with the G-10 set ? (Erla WNr.15xxxx)

- Messerschmitt Bf.109G-12 - three versions, based on rebuilt G-4, G-6 and G-10

- Messerschmitt Bf.109G-14/AS (Erla WNr.46xxxx)

- Messerschmitt Bf.109K-4 - 2020-2021

- Avia S-199 - 2020-2021

- Avia CS-199 - 2020-2021

- North American P-51D Mustang - test samples should be ready in Spring 2019

- North American P-51D Mustang - Royal Class - 2019-2020

- North American P-51D Mustang Mighty Eight - Limited Edition - 2020

- North American P-51D/K Mustang IV - 2020

- North American F-6D/K Mustang - 2020

 

Aircraft - 1/72nd

- ref. 7450 - Grumman F6F-5 Hellcat - Weekend Edition - February 2019

- MiG-21MF "Fishbed-J" - Czechoslovak, Czech and Slovak - Limited Edition - March 2019

- Fokker D.VII - Royal Class - Quatro Combo - spring 2019, may be postponed to early 2020

- Fokker D.VII (OAW) - ProfiPACK - May 2019

- MiG-21MF "Fishbed-J" Fighter Bomber - Weekend Edition - Spring/Summer 2019

- Grumman F6F-3 Hellcat - ProfiPACK - July 2019

- Fokker D.VII (MAG) - ProfiPACK - October 2019

- MiG-21MFN "Fishbed-J" - Weekend Edition - October 2019

- MiG-21PF "Fishbed-F" - ProfiPACK - 2nd half of 2019

- MiG-21PFM "Fishbed-F" - ProfiPACK - 2nd half of 2019

- Supermarine Spitfire H.F. Mk.VIII - ProfiPACK - 2019

- Fokker D.VII (Alb) - ProfiPACK - 2020

- Fokker D.VII (Fok) - ProfiPACK - 2020

 

Aircraft - 1/144th 

Eduard is to reissue 1/144 scale limited edition kits. Some will be Eduard upgraded models and some others from a Japanese producers (probably Platz).

- Focke-Wulf Fw.190D - Limited Edition - 2nd half of 2019

- Grumman F6F Hellcat - Limited Edition - 2nd half of 2019

- Republic P-47D Thunderbolt - Limited Edition - 2nd half of 2019

- Douglas A-4E/F Skyhawk - Limited Edition - 2nd half of 2019

- Lockheed F-104G Starfighter - Limited Edition - 2nd half of 2019

- Vought F-8E Crusader - Limited Edition - 2nd half of 2019

 

V.P.

 

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Thank you very much, Homebee! I will be patiently waiting for the Avia S-199 and CS-199 in 1/48th scale! Although - patiently? Until 2020/2021?? Ooooogh, that's hard!

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Looking forward to see what schemes they will come up with for the Tornado

 

And that ‘Mighty Eight’ Mustang limited edition will be a must have!!!

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Probably should stop waiting for that spitfire XVI weekend edition and buy the profipack.....also why can’t eduard through us smaller builders  a bone and do some special reboxes of other makers kits 

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No complaints from me with that list👍

No doubt the usual suspects will be crawling from underneath their respective stones armed with their silly red pens when the G-6/14AS, and Erla G,-10s are released, still they keep me amused. 😂

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On ‎05‎/‎01‎/‎2019 at 19:51, Homebee said:

 

Aircraft - 1/144th 

Eduard is to reissue 1/144 scale limited edition kits. Some will be Eduard upgraded models and some others from a Japanese producers (probably Platz).

- Focke-Wulf Fw.190D - Limited Edition - 2nd half of 2019

- Grumman F6F Hellcat - Limited Edition - 2nd half of 2019

- Republic P-47D Thunderbolt - Limited Edition - 2nd half of 2019

- Douglas A-4E/F Skyhawk - Limited Edition - 2nd half of 2019

- Lockheed F-104G Starfighter - Limited Edition - 2nd half of 2019

- Vought F-8E Crusader - Limited Edition - 2nd half of 2019

 

V.P.

 

 

Wonder where the F-8E is coming from as was only aware of the C/K being doen by Platz and Otaki.

 

Julien

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As I mentioned before - this list is a clear demonstration that Eduard is abandoning 1/72 scale. Fokker D.VII is their only 2019 new tool... No new Hasegawa repacks...

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One thing is clear from the list which goes ahead all the way to 2021. Which will be the tenth anniversary of the original 48th scale MiG-21 series first release. The quarter scale Fishbed family is now a closed project so after ten years there is absolutely no plan to do the MiG-21F-13 (which was so dear to Czech modellers and manufactured in numbers locally) nor any of the two-seat trainer versions. They were only promises. Ten years gone, there is no point in waiting any more. :shrug:

 

The 72nd family will be even shorter it seems, with only the PF and PFM coming and possibly the R but even that just in years. We can forget the SM, SMT and the  bis versions not to speak of the MiG-21F-13 and the two seaters (which Sulc admittedly never liked). :(

 

 Sad but what else can one expect based on Sulc comments over the years.

 

Some people were dreaming of new tool Edu MiG-19’s, MiG-17’s or MiG-23’s . . .  Forget it!!!

 

Best regards

Gabor

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MiG-17 was never popular in Czechoslovakia - they have very quickly passed from the -15 to the (also locally built) - 19. The -17 has been licenced only to Poland and China.

Thankfully a new tool will appear later this year from Airfix. But you're right - I was one of those many dreaming about the new tool Eduard MiG-19 and -23. Pity...

Cheers

Michael

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12 hours ago, Dennis_C said:

As I mentioned before - this list is a clear demonstration that Eduard is abandoning 1/72 scale. Fokker D.VII is their only 2019 new tool... No new Hasegawa repacks...

If you looks at the list, the only completely or substantially new tool kits are the 1/48 P-51s, 1/48 Avia CS/S-199 (presumably reuses Bf109G wings) and the 1/72 Fokker D.VIIs. Everything else is a rebox of somebody else's kit or a revision of a previous release. Hopefully there are some additional projects in the works that are being kept secret.

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12 hours ago, Dennis_C said:

As I mentioned before - this list is a clear demonstration that Eduard is abandoning 1/72 scale. Fokker D.VII is their only 2019 new tool... No new Hasegawa repacks...

 

Really? Foker D.VII, MiG-21PF, MiG-21PFM, Z-37 Čmelák, VBŠ Kuňkadlo... Those are 1/72 new tool kits that should be released in some way this year.

 

7 minutes ago, VMA131Marine said:

If you looks at the list, the only completely or substantially new tool kits are the 1/48 P-51s, 1/48 Avia CS/S-199 (presumably reuses Bf109G wings) and the 1/72 Fokker D.VIIs. Everything else is a rebox of somebody else's kit or a revision of a previous release. Hopefully there are some additional projects in the works that are being kept secret.

 

Bf-109K, Spitfire V, II, I... Those were already presented in September at Eday, either during the talk or even in pictures (renders).

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27 minutes ago, KRK4m said:

I was one of those many dreaming about the new tool Eduard MiG-19 and -23. Pity...

Me too!

 

13 minutes ago, VMA131Marine said:

 Hopefully there are some additional projects in the works that are being kept secret.

 

I am sure there are other projects in the Secret dungeon deep below Edu HQ. But in case of the MiG-21 project there is nothing secret about it any more, if not the fact that it is no more.

 

Yeah, the MiG-17 was basically only a MiG-15 with the “upgraded engine and new wings“. At the start this was the definition of it by MiG OKB, changed only later to MiG-17. Still it served a lot and was not so bad in the air as it was shown in Vietnam.

 

Pity about the MiG-19 and MiG-23, but to make it (research, design and make all the production tools)  costs a lot of money!!! Why invest all that cash when you can easily and cheaply simply repack someone else’s work and investment under your own name.

Sad but there is nothing we can do.

 

Best regards

Gabor

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