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ICM 2020 plans - NEW Fiat Cr.42 and Stearman Pt-17

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2 hours ago, Jan_G said:

posted on britmodeller

https://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/235061380-icm-2020/

 

1/32nd

- Fiat CR.42 Falco

- Boeing Stearman PT-17 Kaydet

 

jan

 

Ooh, I may well be in for both of those, especially if I can find some Luftwaffe markings for the Fiat, and very much so if said markings come in the box.

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Hmmm, wonder what a Benz No. 1 is in 1/24th? Must be WWI? Also a Ford T PMV.

Interested in the Katyusha BM-13-16, too.

Nice 2020 lineup!

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4 hours ago, MikeC said:

Ooh, I may well be in for both of those, especially if I can find some Luftwaffe markings for the Fiat, and very much so if said markings come in the box.

Same here!

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4 hours ago, MikeC said:

especially if I can find some Luftwaffe markings for the Fiat, and very much so if said markings come in the box

When I consider that ICM is trying to get as much from the moulds as they can most probably there will be specific boxing with Luftwaffe markings Mike :rolleyes:

 

45 minutes ago, Jennings Heilig said:

At last an injection molded PT-17!

+1

lets not forget that we should get IM PT-13 from Roden till the end of the year

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47 minutes ago, Jennings Heilig said:

 

You mean a BT-13 Valiant?  Is this for real, or wishful thinking??  First I’ve heard of it.

 PT-13 was annonced while ago Jennings

 

and based on kit in process release table on their website it looks that it should be ready in November or December

http://www.roden.eu/HTML/framemodels1.htm

jan

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2 hours ago, Jennings Heilig said:

You mean a BT-13 Valiant?

The PT-13, PT-17 and N2S were all essentially the same Model 75 airframe with different engines. 

 

While the well known Continental-powered PT-17 was the most produced variant, it seems ICM went with the relatively unknown Lycoming-powered version instead. :doh:

 

HTH,

D

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Great to see an IM 1/32 CR. 42 but still a little baffled by the lack a Macchi 202 in 1/32.  Maybe Kitlinx will release the old PCM version but come on, beautiful aircraft with tons of great paint schemes and markings.  Seems like a no brainer.

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