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On 1/31/2019 at 9:40 AM, thierry laurent said:

I am ready to bet that list does not cover half of the 2019 LSP releases. Even if we do not consider companies that could not release LSP such as Tamiya or Hasegawa, many other companies that announce officially or not some new kits are not there:

-Italeri (Tornado GR4)

-Special Hobby (Whirlwind, Typhoon)

-Wingnuts (Halberstadt, HP 400)

-HKM (P-51B?, another Lancaster)

-Fly (J29 SAAB)

-Kitty Hawk (Mirage 2000),

-CSM (Nieuport 23),

-Zoukei-Mura (HS 129, FW 190),

-Academy (AH-1Z),

etc. notwithstanding the probable odd release (such as the Me 108) from an outsider.

 

BTW what really puzzled me in that list is the dozen of new 1/35th kits announced by Airfix!

And do not forget the Special Hobby Hawker Sea Fury they have in development....

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9 hours ago, MikeMaben said:

 

Looks like their older Mk I/II kit.

 

Revell_VH_52.jpg

 

 

Nothing special about the IM Spitfire.Just other decals.

 

Doesn't look anything like the baloon-type Spitfire in their concerts if it's the old molds.

 

I realy can't see any potentional buyers for that one.:shrug:

Edited by Erwin

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11 hours ago, MikeMaben said:

 

Looks like their older Mk I/II kit.

 

Revell_VH_52.jpg

 

 

 

2 hours ago, Erwin said:

Nothing special about the IM Spitfire.Just other decals.

 

Doesn't look anything like the baloon-type Spitfire in their concerts if it's the old molds.

 

I realy can't see any potentional buyers for that one.:shrug:

 

 

 

Except for me. It is the old tool Spit.

 

I have no interest in the kit for the plastic contents inside. Im only interested in the kit because it has Eddie on the front and its a collectors item to me. 

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3 hours ago, Erwin said:

Nothing special about the IM Spitfire.Just other decals.

 

Doesn't look anything like the baloon-type Spitfire in their concerts if it's the old molds.

 

I realy can't see any potentional buyers for that one.:shrug:

 

They must be Iron Maiden fans.  They previously released their 1/144 747 kit in “Ed Force One” markings.

 

https://www.scalemates.com/kits/revell-04950-boeing-747-400-ed-force-one--974553

 

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20 minutes ago, Shawn M said:

does the Iron Maiden Spit come with an Eddie figure?

 

If I can read my German correct,it has Eddie as pilot figure.

 

Maybe one of our German members can confirm .

 

http://www.kitreviewsonline.de/revell-neuheiten-2019-das-ii-bis-iv-quartal/

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2 minutes ago, Out2gtcha said:

Yep,

 

"Not least because of the exclusively available figure of band mascot Eddie as a pilot."

Didn't expect a USA member to translate.:thumbsup:

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3 hours ago, Out2gtcha said:

 

 

Yep! I like the box and all as a collectors item being a fan of "upping the irons" but having Eddie as a pilot seals the deal! 

 

Being a West Ham, Steve Harris is a god! C'mon you irons! :punk:

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11 hours ago, Erwin said:

Didn't expect a USA member to translate.:thumbsup:

 

It's a cutty pastey thing Erwin   ;)

https://translate.google.com/

 

Unfortunately we do not have a picture of the box! For this we gladly give the promo text to the kit:
"With the song" Aces High ", the metal band Iron Maiden not only created a genre-class classic, but also set a musical memorial to the daring pilot of the" Battle of Britain ". The Spitfire Mk. II in the cover of the single inspired design is a must for every Iron Maiden and airplane fan. Not least because of the exclusively available figure of band mascot Eddie as a pilot. "

Even in the military sector we expect 2019 no real surprises ...

 

 

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19 hours ago, MikeC said:

Well I'm pleased to see a Gladiator; my only problem will be whether to do a pre-war aircraft, a Battle of Britain example (yes, they were used, look up 247 Sqn), or a met reconnaissance bird.  Must ... resist ... urge ... to ... buy ... three ...

 

 

 

dont forget a Malta defender

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