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8 hours ago, Dave Williams said:

If we’re talking Italian bombers, I’d be in if it started with a “Cap” and ended with a “roni”.

Yes another historically important type widely used. The Ca4 had a wingspan slightly bigger than the Felixstowe!640px-Caproni_Ca36_050309-F-1234P-003.jp Ca3 (above) and 5 about 75cm Wingspan 

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On 8/16/2019 at 6:13 PM, Flipper said:

I hope, that somebody will support my wish to see Golden aviation era planes in the quality of WnW. Bendix trophy, National Air Races, Gee-Bee...

 

Hope it happens!

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On 8/16/2019 at 2:16 PM, LSP_K2 said:

Oddly enough, with the announcement of the F.I/Dr.I kits, there's really little else that I'm interested in from them (unless they pull a rabbit out of the hat with a Fokker D.III).

You mean Albatros D111?

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On 8/16/2019 at 3:20 PM, Alburymodeler said:

The search for the holy grail is never finished. Y'all know as soon as you get your hands on the SS D.IV,  Spad, or Fokker D VIII, etc, you will be holding out for the next fix. There is no cure and no use kidding yourselves otherwise.

Well if they do a SPAD and a few others on the wish list anything after that is fine, and the search is over. For me anyway. But you’re right, the quest never ends!

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Great thread. :yahoo:

My 10 personal WnW desires....

 

1. Boeing P-26.

2. Gloster Gladiator.

3. Hawker Hart.

4. Spitfire Mk-I. 

5 Lavochkin La-5.

6. Reggiane Re.2005.

7. Bristol Beaufighter.

8. Blohm and Voss Bv.141.

9. Fairey Firefly. 

10. Mitsubishi ki-46 Dinah.

 

It is fun to dream. Of the above I reckon the Spitfire in BoB colours is the most likely. Why there isn't a high quality model of that famous and cherished aircraft is beyond me??? :blink:

 

 

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1 hour ago, mpk said:

Great thread. :yahoo:

My 10 personal WnW desires....

 

1. Boeing P-26.

2. Gloster Gladiator.

3. Hawker Hart.

4. Spitfire Mk-I. 

5 Lavochkin La-5.

6. Reggiane Re.2005.

7. Bristol Beaufighter.

8. Blohm and Voss Bv.141.

9. Fairey Firefly. 

10. Mitsubishi ki-46 Dinah.

 

It is fun to dream. Of the above I reckon the Spitfire in BoB colours is the most likely. Why there isn't a high quality model of that famous and cherished aircraft is beyond me??? :blink:

 

 

Could I add a Lysander, P-40b, Cr 32 or Ju 87B - desert schemes?

(Waiting and hoping the ICM Gladiator is almost WNW standards) 

Also- and this will never happen a B-24!

That’s all, I’m into WW1 these days but there are some interesting types that came out of the 1910’s 20’s 30’s even 50’s and beyond (sounds like a radio ‘best of the...’ )

But pretty sure Wingnut’s will stick to 1914-19 from now on...

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I mean as long as they did/are doing the Camel and Dr.1, why not a SPAD now?  The Roden SPADs are getting harder to find, and as has previously been pointed out, as decent as the kit is, a WnW SPAD would be a large magnitude better. 

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1 hour ago, Out2gtcha said:

I mean as long as they did/are doing the Camel and Dr.1, why not a SPAD now?  The Roden SPADs are getting harder to find, and as has previously been pointed out, as decent as the kit is, a WnW SPAD would be a large magnitude better. 

I bet [and hope] an Albatros D.D, D.II and D.III come along first - just look at the WNW language descibing the decals for the Roden kits in the Richthofen Albatros boxing.

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