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  1. This is going to be a good one, please document how the wings mate to the Hasegawa fuselage. I have a pair of these that I wanted to do.
  2. Looks terrific! I have a feeling this is going to be the year of the Tomcat and Hornet with the new Maverick movie coming out.
  3. If I were to take a stab at it, 1/32 is a very risky field. Most kits are large, higher parts count, more complex assembly, and many are biased toward them as being too big. I would say that the vast majority of kits sold worldwide are 1/48 and 1/72. And for most builders, finding shelf space for a Tamiya P-38 in 1/48 is easier than 1/32. So in a nutshell, it’s less risky for a company to make stuff for the masses, rather than a few. Money is the main factor.
  4. Ooooo....sounds like what I have been waiting for....I have wanted to build “Wanda” for a while.
  5. Waiting for the first negative comment to come....
  6. Yes, there are decals for the A and UB models by CAM, Techmod, and Model Maker. I think there are currently CAM and Techmod decals available on eBay. Once you find an aircraft to model, you can usually google the details and pics of that particular airframe.
  7. this is excellent news, some of us have played with and own, but not fond of Resin kits. I will definitely be buying the Helldiver and Val. Depending on price, maybe the others too.
  8. not only in UK, but i remember buying Airfix kits at the drugstore with my allowance money in the mid 70’s, and that’s in a little industrial town in Michigan.
  9. Wow, looks like a 1/32 and 1/28 cockpit.
  10. Hey, I like the Su-17, so beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
  11. Cool subject, but....damn that’s an ugly airplane....
  12. 1to1scale

    Do 17

    Well, the other day a model manufacturer said they were working on releasing a plastic ww2 German subject in 1/32 that had not been released in this scale yet. If you read into this statement, you can make some assumptions based on what would sell, take the screwball German designs out of the mix, there are not a lot that a model company would invest in injection molds for. 1. Most of the fighters have been released or are announced and are coming soon. 2. The bombers are where some room still exists, my thoughts were thinking Ju-52, Do-17, or a Do-215. What do you guys think about this? Am I missing some fighter That is not coming to mind?
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