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Although I'm not much into "bangy" things these days, it would be nice to have a jet to hang those Brassin AIM-4F/G Falcons on.

It's the tail wagging the dog, I know, but a big Convair Six to go with them would be exquisite.

 

It looks as if HpH might do more conversion sets if the 1/32 Flogger striker nose set sells. A MiG-23UB twin-seater.

The big issue is whether I'd buy and build a resin & fibreglass HpH 1/32 Foxbat, Hustler, Victor or Vulcan.

 

Tony

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1/32

 

 

- Alpha Jet

- Fiat G.91 (single and twoseater)

- Piaggio P.149D

- Dornier Do 28

- CH 53 or any other version

- Henschel Hs 126 (ICM, Silver Wings, Fly Models, HPH - can you hear me?)

 

Cheers

 

Reimund

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I did indeed start a spreadsheet of this wish list, but never finished it, at least not yet. I was rather amazed at just how many of these wishes have eventually seen the light of day in kit form, even if they were from more non-mainstream resin manufacturers and such. Never say never.

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Here my wishes

 

Alpha-Jet

FIAT G-91

F-84F

F-4F Phantom, yes i know Revell have it, but she have more than 70 mistakes.

 

 

Military 1:35

the 1st Vehicles generation of Bundeswehr

as

Unimog 1,5t

FAUN L 912

MAN 5t,, EMMA,,

Magirus-Deutz 7 t

FAUN Gleitkipper ( i dont know the correct translate in english, maybe Slidedumper )

FAUN Tank transporter

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It's that time again so here I go again, and I am talking injection moulded kits not resin of vac.

 

Westland, Whirlwind hopefully coming soon from SH

 

Boulten Paul Defiant

 

Fairey Fulmar

 

Fairey Firefly, a BPF subject please

 

Fairey Battle

 

Fairey Barracuda

 

Supermarine Seafires, Merlin engined ones

 

Blackburn Skua

 

Gloster Meteor FI - FIII. or a conversion to FIII for the HK kit

 

Gloster E28/39

 

I also hope that Special Hobby were financially successful with the Yak-3 and more Soviet GPW kits come from them.

Surprisingly there are a lot of gaps in the USN and Japanese Pacific aircraft, hopefully someone like Hasegawa will rectify this.

 

Dennis

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Hellcat

P-38

 

 :frantic:

That’s it: I’ve run out if patience!  No more Mr. Nice Guy!  All mfrs. must cease other operations until you release new, LS,  high quality kits of these two.  My credit card and I are ready!

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5 minutes ago, AdamR said:

Hellcat

P-38

 

 :frantic:

That’s it: I’ve run out if patience!  No more Mr. Nice Guy!  All mfrs. must cease other operations until you release new, LS,  high quality kits of these two.  My credit card and I are ready!

 

Yeah, Ive found the Trumpy P-38 is not actually that bad, and with all the AM love around for it, including early conversions, it can be made into a stunner.

 

Now the F6F is a different matter! Ive got the Has and Trumpy kits at home waiting to mash together a Trumpegawa F6F, but I just having this nagging feeling in the back of my brain that we may see a new tool one RIGHT after I start my hybrid! 

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5 hours ago, Out2gtcha said:

Yeah, Ive found the Trumpy P-38 is not actually that bad, and with all the AM love around for it, including early conversions, it can be made into a stunner.

 

I have a Trumpeter (Hobbycraft boxing) Lightning winging its way to me this month, and I'm really looking forward to it.

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Posted (edited)

It's still the B-P Defiant for me.Or a fabric wing Hurricane in Belgian markings.

 

Airfix 1/24 th...:please: !!!

Edited by Erwin

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