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  1. Our Kit Database is a highly-valuable resource, and in many cases more reliable that Scalemates when it comes to LSP stuff. It is, however, sadly in need of some work, which has been planned for a long time, but I've just never found the time. That should be changing next year, and I'm hoping to really beef it up and bring it to its full potential. Kev
  2. Wow, that came out of the blue! Can we confirm anywhere that they're reboxes of the Revell kits? Kev
  3. We continue with our efforts to update our books with the v1.3 release of Building the Revell He 219A-7 in 1/32 Scale, by our very own Iain Ogilvie. And to celebrate, for the next five days we’ve reduced the price to just 12 Australian dollars! This new update introduces a new Contents page with clickable links, and eight new pages of photos featuring the fully-assembled He 219 at the Udvar-Hazy Center, an annex of the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, plus a few minor tweaks along the way. As always, existing purchasers can download the latest version for free, while new purchasers will of course receive the updated version. For more information on how this works, please see my recent article on obtaining free book updates. Here’s what readers have to say about this book: “I then purchased your eBook and it is outstanding! Of all the reference I have on the He 219, this was a great addition on the building aspect.” – James Fullingim, USA “…the book is fantastic!” – Juan Benitez “This is clearly a book written by modellers for modellers. The text is clear and concise and the great selection of crisp pictures is welcome. Highly recommended.” – Julien Dixon, Britmodeller review So, head on over to our webstore and grab yourselves a bargain! The sale will run until midnight this coming Saturday, 23 October. Kev
  4. Hot on the heels of the v1.2 update of Building the Wingnut Wings AEG G.IV Late in 1/32 Scale, I’m pleased to announce that Building the Special Hobby Tempest Mk V in 1/32 Scale, by our very own Chuck Sawyer, has now been updated to Version 1.1. And to celebrate, we’ve reduced the price by 25%, from 16 Australian dollars to just 12! The update itself consists of the addition of a handy Contents page with clickable links, and is in no way an urgent update. Of course, as always, existing purchasers can download the latest version for free, while new purchasers will of course receive the updated version. For more information on how this works, please see my recent article on obtaining free book updates. So, head on over to our webstore and grab yourselves a bargain! The sale will run until midnight this coming Friday, 22 October. Kev
  5. Nice work, Mike! Still hoping to tackle my own Rufe conversion some day. Oh, and I corrected your topic title, too. Kev
  6. I think Les plans to produce this one in all 3 popular scales (1/144, 1/35, and 1/18). Kev
  7. Amazing as always, Peter! Would it be possible to simply make copies of your existing canopy master in resin and use those for the pulls instead? Kev
  8. With the impending release of Building the Wingnut Wings Albatros D.Va in 1/32 Scale, by our very own Karim Bibi, I thought I’d take the opportunity to update and expand Karim’s earlier title: Building the Wingnut Wings AEG G.IV Late in 1/32 Scale. The Version 1.2 update includes a new bio for Karim, a new Contents page with clickable links, and the introduction of a new Appendices section covering aftermarket and reference items. This brings it in line with our more recent titles, and adds 13 pages to the book overall. And for existing purchasers of the book, you can download the new update for free! Long-time customers will already know that we offer free lifetime updates to all our titles whenever they’re released, as long as you didn’t purchase it as a guest (if you did, contact me and we can sort it out). For new purchasers, the price remains the same as it has always been: just 15 Australian dollars. Bargain! Here’s what some of our readers have said about Building the Wingnut Wings AEG G.IV Late in 1/32 Scale: “I can’t recommend this book highly enough. Go grab a copy!” – Bob’s Buckles, England “Having purchased two of the WNW AEG’s, this e-book looked too good to pass up. Easily downloaded from KLP’s web store, it comes in an easy to read PDF. Haven’t read the entire book as of yet, but the information and tips gathered from a cursory read this far are brilliant! A definite highly recommended!” – Military Replicas In Scale, via Facebook “Yes, this is a great book, worth every penny and then some!“ – Tracy Hancock So, download your updated copy, or head over to our webshop and grab yourselves a bargain! Kev
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