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  1. here's a version that I might be interested in. Spanish DH-98 M during the Spanish War. A Republican version is also possible. No guns no fun
  2. Absolutely superb. For me it will be one P-11C for sure, plus a Romanian P-11F if they have the good idea to do it. And of course one or two PZL P-24 !!! Richard
  3. yes, but nothing says it's a 1/32 model. The DH-88 seems a bit big compared to the previous model at this scale. 1/48 seems more likely to me. Richard
  4. If I understand correctly there is a direct link between the release of this Lancaster and the film project of Sir Peter on the Damnbuster. OK It's all good, now we can expect a Curtiss F8C1. Why ? because these are planes that kill King Kong in the movie of Sir Peter Richard
  5. Hi Lucas, It's your first Japanese plane, but it's also and more especially your first French plane !! Can I hope other will follow soon. Bring us Potez 25, Breguet 19, Morane 225 etc. Richard
  6. Hi Kev Yes, of course, you can. Hi Tnarg It's like vinyl stickers, but with no "stick". Needs to stick them with a layer of varnish ??? Richard
  7. Hi All Received last week. Ordered directly from Musthave. (I have no connection with this seller) The contents of the box. It's not Silver Wings or HpH for sure ! The fuselage seems rather fine But wings have on heavy side. Wings ribs are too thick and unrefined. The most curious it is this "thing". It's neither decals or masks but motives printed on a very fine screen without adhesive. And Musthave gives no instruction for their use ! In conclusion, for those of us who love this period of aviation this Nieuport is a good news. But heavy work in perspective Richard
  8. I Think that an Arado 234 would be "in line" with their previous productions
  9. Problem is that Swedish and Hungarian planes have different back Windows. Hope SW will quickly offer us this model !! Simon ?? Richard
  10. Hi Simon, Just received my PZL P.11. magnificent !! Cant we expect a PZL P.24 ? I look forward for Re-2000 (Hungarian marking please) and Yak-9 (even if i preferred a Yak-9U) but were is past my finnish Fokker D-XXI, and the float version of Flycatcher (quote to be 60% ready 3 years ago) ? A He-112 is a very good idea And now if I can dream, would love to see some vintage French fighters like: Morane Saulnier MS-225, Nieuport Ni-622, Loire-46, Dewoitine D-500 Regards Richard
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    HpH News

    What always amazes me with HpH is the quality of moulding and the search for détails, but as most resin Kits assembly is often difficult. I Wonder how HpH can realize the wings of Ca.3. They are very thin, 4,5mm at best, for a Wingspan of 71cm !! Even with an internal metallic girder (of 2mm ?) it seems to be truly impossible to obtain a sufficient rigidity. Richard
  12. morane

    HpH News

    Hi all First of all, excuse my crapy English I just come back from ModelExpo 2015, annual meeting of AMV 84 in Hyères (South of France) I had the pleasure to meet the team of HpH which held a stand there, and I was able to discuss with members of the team. Their next model will be a FW TA-154 (ready for Telford) Should follow a Curtiss Helldivers (SB2C) and the already announced C-47. Finally, two others projects (long term one I think) were exposed in the form of drawing : Caproni Ca-3 (WW1 tri motors bomber) and the most crazy about all: Me 232 Gigant (yes 1/32 !!) This last project would be very, very Huge (true Gigant) I have some photos (Ta-154 illustration) but I can't past the URL using Google one, and I'm not able to log in Photobucket. Richard
  13. French subjects would be great too : MS225, Ni 622, Loire 46, Potez 25, Breguet 19, ... Anyway the next novelty will be the Fiat CR 42 (see sponsors LSP ) Richard
  14. Hi all In the last Air Magazine (n°55) José Fernadez himself (AZUR and AZUR-FRROM Guy) had good news for us: After a Vichers Vincent (1/72) the next one would be a 1/32 ...... IAR81C !!! Very Cool .....
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