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Dornier Do-335B-6 Night Fighter conversion by Vespa Model Kits


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I have the pleasure to announce our first conversion set, a B-6 nightfighter conversion for the Tamiya 1/48 Dornier Do-335 kit

here some WIP images

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More info ;

https://business.facebook.com/pg/Vespa-Model-Kits-108517467197979/photos/?tab=album&album_id=213028936746831&__tn__=-UC-R

 

Thanks for looking

 

Amaru in Perú

 

 

 

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Set is ready for production, only a minor detail missing: inclusion of metal radar antennas and supports (which will increase the price in about $5)

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Let me hear your opinions, all will be considered, 

 

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Thanks for looking!

 

Amaru

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5 hours ago, sammy da fish said:

Very nice indeed would you not consider the extended wing tips to make a B-8.

Perhaps in the future. 

 

Cheers

 

Amaru in Lima

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Source: https://www.facebook.com/VespaModelKits/posts/575006160549105

1/48th- ref. VMKC 48001 - Dornier Do-335B-6 Night Fighter - conversion set for Tamiya kit

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WIP of some of the components for our upcoming Dornier Do-335B-6 conversion.

Designed for the Tamiya kit, this will include new armored windshield and canopy for the pilot, as well as two type of canopies for the radar operator, Fug 315 Naxos sensor / console and FuG 218 Neptun V radar consoles and associated anntenas, jettistonable drop tanks and underwing racks and covered exhausts. Release time TBA

 

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I just got two of these conversions!  I am really happy especially with the excellent metal antenna kit that comes with the kit.  Hoping to see other Do335B conversions from vespa including the long wingspan versions!

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9 hours ago, Tokyo Raider said:

I just got two of these conversions!  I am really happy especially with the excellent metal antenna kit that comes with the kit.  Hoping to see other Do335B conversions from vespa including the long wingspan versions!

Thank you!!

I only have so much time!!! But other interesting Dornier 335 conversions are indeed on the pipeline, but first we will fancy you with some Junkers and Arados...

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4 hours ago, AmaruTG said:

Thank you!!

I only have so much time!!! But other interesting Dornier 335 conversions are indeed on the pipeline, but first we will fancy you with some Junkers and Arados...

Tease me, tease me!  I'm game for Junkers and Arados!  Hints please!!

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38 minutes ago, Tokyo Raider said:

Tease me, tease me!  I'm game for Junkers and Arados!  Hints please!!

Next from us is the Ju-88G-7 conversion in 1/48 (for DML) and 1/72 (Hasegawa), including new engines, props, nose, instruments and even pilot armored seat. As for the Arados, scimitar wings and turboprops are some of the goodies on their way.

 

Regards,

 

Amaru in Lima

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1 hour ago, AmaruTG said:

Next from us is the Ju-88G-7 conversion in 1/48 (for DML) and 1/72 (Hasegawa), including new engines, props, nose, instruments and even pilot armored seat. As for the Arados, scimitar wings and turboprops are some of the goodies on their way.

 

Regards,

 

Amaru in Lima

I am game!  Bring it in 1/48 please!

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Ok Amaru...  please consider a Do635 in 1/48...  that would be a fantastic model and impressive in size!  You only live once so hope you bring it to us in future!

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