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Why we don't have these obvious WWI Large Scale Aircraft kits?

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8 hours ago, mozart said:

Resolutions are only there to be broken Lothar, don’t we know it every New Year!? :huh:

Quoting myself because my "resolution" has lasted all of 8 hours.....I've just ordered the ICM Gladiator from Hannants plus three RAF figures! Doh!! :blush:

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On 12/6/2019 at 6:22 PM, kkarlsen said:

 

Well there you go, that's exactly the reasons why it interests me... + some mail planes and Barnstormers too... ;)

 

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Cheers: Kent

If you could make the car, guy, and rope ladder really strong, you'd have a killer Diorama!

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On 12/6/2019 at 8:22 AM, kkarlsen said:

 

Well there you go, that's exactly the reasons why it interests me... + some mail planes and Barnstormers too... ;)

 

 

Cheers: Kent

 

I'm pretty sure it was a Jenny that Dick Grace describes flying into a barn in 'Crash Pilot'. So, presumably somewhere there is a bit of film of this happening

 

Richard

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Wingnut Wings seems to have little or no interest in WWI French aircraft.  However, Copper State has been releasing the Nieuport series.  I would think they are our best hope for a Spad, be it VII or XIII.

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12 hours ago, Charlie said:

Wingnut Wings seems to have little or no interest in WWI French aircraft.  However, Copper State has been releasing the Nieuport series.  I would think they are our best hope for a Spad, be it VII or XIII.

Their SPAD looks like a nice kit in the box. I hope they do release a SPAD!

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