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New 1/72 737-200 from a new company

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Just spotted this on another forum.  If the actual product is the equal of the CAD renderings they are showing, this could be a game changer for airliner modelers!  Apparently he has an ambitious future release program planned.

 

https://www.aeromodl.com

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Resin model of this size will be expensive. I mean EXPENSIVE. Taking into account that there is decent injection moulded 737 in 1/72 I'm not very optimistic about this particular project

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Genuinely concerned on what they will charge for this beast, if it’s a reasonable cost I’ll be sold, but holding my breath for now

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Sure looks correct. Might gives the others a run for their money. BPKs are a bit over $100, so this might be a bit more I'm guessing. Looks like these guys are putting all their effort into the 737.

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Wow! Got to say I am genuinely impressed with the detail of the renderings. I think this may be targeted at modeller's who want absolute accuracy or very good levels of detail, so a large price tag wouldn't surprise me.

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Wonder if they made a cockpit yet? She'll be heavy if it's all resin. Hope they reinforce the landing gear axles. Need a 1mm diameter by 12" long drill bit so I can wire lights into the wings.

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