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I've said it before, but I'll say it again: We need a 1/32-scale Fairey Barracuda, the only airplane that camouflages itself by mimicking a crash victim:

Charles Metz

Never an aircraft that would win any major beauty contests, but it does 'squish up' rather neatly I think!

As much as I like this plane I think if I had a choice between this and a Fairey Firefly as a next new kit subject the old 'Cuda would lose everytime I'm afraid.

You might have a rather long wait for this one I fear, but who knows?

Still, as they say, stranger things have happened at sea!!!! :rolleyes:

Roy.

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For me,

 

I would like the following in 1/32 scale:

 

Grumman F6F Hellcat (I know we have kits but I want a nice one);)

 

Bell P-63A KingCobra

P-61 Black Widow

 

Hawker Typhoon

Hawker Tempest

Westland Whirlwind

 

Fiat CR.42

 

Messerschmidt ME163 Komet

 

Scott Gentry

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for me my 2011 wish list if I had to pick just a few from the growing list of 1/32 scale kits the top five would be:

 

1. F-86A

 

2. F-89

 

3. F-102 both single and the two seat versions

 

4. F-106 again both single and two seat versions

 

5. F-101

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My wish list is sooooooo long you wouldn't believe, but my top five for here are these:

1/ Lockheed F94C

2/ Fairey Gannet (All marks)

3/ Gloster Javelin

4/ Gloster Meteor (All marks)

5/ Blackburn Buccaneer S2

 

There are tons of others but these I think could be really good sellers. :speak_cool:

Roy.

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*SIGH*

 

I know its wrong of me, but even after initially commenting, I still havnt put any kind of "list" together.

 

I guess im not sure on how much actual difference it will make, to what actually gets made? :DodgeBall:

 

Ok, hope Im wrong on this but here is my short list. (all 1/32 of course):

 

1. T-Cat, T-Cat T-Cat!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (F7F for those living under a rock)

 

There is NO ORDER to anything in my wish list after the Tiger Cat

 

- Ta 154 Moskito VERY cool!

 

- Vought OS2U Kingfisher

 

- Henschel Hs 129 (Unless Jerry brings back his then Ill be super fine with dat)

 

- Dornier Do 335 Arrow

 

- F-111 Aardvark

 

- Grumman J2F Duck

 

- Lavochkin (La-5, La-7)

 

- Westland Whirlwind

 

- (new tool) Bristol Baeufighter and Mossie (Martins coming to the rescue here?)

 

- De Havilland Sea Hornet (

is a vid of a 100 US inch span ELECTRIC R/C version; with head turning pilot, WITH engine and gun sounds)

 

- Cessna A-37 Dragonfly

 

- Horton Ho 229

 

Im sure there is more but dont want to cloud the issue toooooo much......

 

Brian

Edited by Out2gtcha

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F-111_Buzz_1.jpg

 

A - Those people in that grand stand are saying HOLY @#$%!!!!

 

B - Man, that thing looks like its standing still and moving 500 knots at the exact same time

 

C - Put the F-111 on my list as well

 

I lived in Germany when I was but a wee lad...................Right near Ramstein afb. Out of all the memories I have watching the 4 and 5 ship F-111 formations use the church steeple right near where I was staying to line up for landings every weekend, was the one that stands out by leaps and bounds

 

Brian

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Golden Age/Pre WWII

 

P-35, Hawk 75(new)

 

WWII USAAF/USN

 

T-6, P-61, P-39(new), B-339(new), SB2C, Hudson

 

WWII RAF/FAA

 

Tempest, Typhoon

 

WWII Germany

 

Fw-189, Bf109B/C/D, Bf109G-12

 

WWII Japan

 

Ki-100

 

WWII Russia

 

La-5/7

 

WWII Italy

 

C-202/205, G-50, CR-42

 

WWII Other Countries

 

SAAB B-17

 

Post-WWII USAF/USN

 

F-89, F-101, F-102, U-2

 

Post-WWII RAF/Royal Navy

 

Meteor, Sea Hawk, Jaguar

 

Post-WWII Canada/Europe

 

DASSAULT Rafale, SAAB Gripen, AEROMACCHI M-346, CM-170 Fouga Magister, DHC Turbo Otter

 

 

My chices including some that are available but preferred in new tools from Tamigawa or RoG.

 

J

Edited by Jay Kim

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WWII RAF / FAA

Bristol Beaufighter VI.f

DeHavilland Mosquito

Avro Lancaster BI/III

 

Post-WWII USAF / USN

Grumman A-6 Intruder

Grumman EA-6B Prowler

General Dynamics F-111 Aardvark

McDonnell RF-101C Voodoo

Convair/General Dynamics F-106 Delta Dart

Lockheed SR-71A

Lockheed TR-1A/U-2R or S

 

Post-WWII RAF / Royal Navy

McDonnell Douglas FG.1/FGR.2 Phantom II

Blackburn/Hawker Siddeley Buccaneer S.2

Sepecat Jaguar GR.1A + T.2

 

Post-WWII Russia

Sukhoi Su-15 Flagon

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-25RB/P Foxbat

 

Post-WWII Canada / Europe

Dassault-Breguet Mirage III/V

Dassault-Breguet Mirage F.1CR

Lockheed TF-104G twin-seat Starfighter

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WWI

 

Golden Age / Pre WWII

 

WWII USAAF / USN.................................F4U ID CORSAIR, BREWSTER BUFFALO (I'm aware of the Trumpeter Corsair and Special Hobby Buffalo but I'd like to see new tools of both of them (in all plastic)

 

WWII RAF / FAA...................................HAWKER TYPHOON/TEMPEST

 

WWII Germany

 

WWII Japan........................................BETTY

 

WWII Russia.......................................POLIKARPOV 1-16

 

WWII Italy

 

WWII Other Countries

 

Post-WWII USAF / USN..............................SR71 BLACKBIRD

 

Post-WWII RAF / Royal Navy........................DE HAVILLAND VAMPIRE AND VENOM, PHANTOM FGR.2

 

Post-WWII Russia..................................MIG 25 FOXBAT

 

Post-WWII Canada / Europe

 

 

Helicopters

 

1/24th Scale Kits.................................BREWSTER BUFFALO, POLIKARPOV 1-16, DE HAVILLAND VAMPIRE AND VENOM

Edited by SeaVenom

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WWII Russia.......................................POLIKARPOV 1-16

Just in case you don't know already: 1/32 scale injection-molded I-16 Type 10, Type 17 and Type 27 kits are available already, as you can see iby going to our LSP Kit Database; typing "I-16" (without quotation marks) into the "Plane" field there; and clicking the "Search" button.

 

Charles Metz

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Just in case you don't know already: 1/32 scale injection-molded I-16 Type 10, Type 17 and Type 27 kits are available already, as you can see iby going to our LSP Kit Database; typing "I-16" (without quotation marks) into the "Plane" field there; and clicking the "Search" button.

 

Charles Metz

 

 

 

Thanks Charles. Forgot about those. I had read about them a while back but to be honest I was thinking more Hasegawa state of the art. Those look ok but a bit crude.

 

I'd love one in 1/24th too.

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