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Offline Frank3k

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Re: Dear Model Company, I would like you to release a kit of...
« Reply #330 on: December 08, 2015, 01:11:07 AM »
Knowing Hobbyboss, the SEAL DPV will have delicate, weight carrying parts with tinny connecting pins, vague instructions and a sheet of PE full of microscopic parts that will be invisible after construction. One tiny PE part will be critical to the stability of the model, too.


Offline DFZ

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Re: Dear Model Company, I would like you to release a kit of...
« Reply #331 on: December 09, 2015, 01:35:00 AM »
Dear Tamiya model company... or anyone else for that matter!
How about an up-to-date F-16E/F/I variant in 1/72?
We've got the Hasegawa and Kinetic F-16I, but the E/F variants have been forgotten in this scale... >:(
And how about an accurate YF-23? The F-23A would be even better but i'd be happy with a good 1/72 YF...
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Offline Zaskar24

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Re: Dear Model Company, I would like you to release a kit of...
« Reply #332 on: January 11, 2016, 06:51:00 AM »
I know that I would buy the following in 1/35 plastic if they were produced.

WWII era:
All of the American ones mentioned: T29, T30, T32, T34, etc.
T26E5 "Jumbo" Pershing that was going to be used for the invasion of the Japanese Home Islands.
M38 Wolfhound Armored Car.
A30 Challenger tank.
A43 Black Prince tank
A33 Excelsior tank.

Cold War era:
T92 light tank
Caernarvon tank
Conway tank destroyer
Saracen

Modern era:
Israeli Namer with Samson 30 mm RCWS option
Turkish Tulpar IFV
Turkish Altay MBT
ASCOD Pizarro/Uhlan IFV (I know Nimix out of Spain has a resin version)
Italian Dardo IFV
ROK K21 IFV
ROK K2 Panther MBT
Indian Arjun and Arjun MKII MBT
Jordanian Falcon Turret conversion or better yet complete plastic kit based on the demonstrator

Offline Volkodav

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Re: Dear Model Company, I would like you to release a kit of...
« Reply #333 on: January 11, 2016, 10:48:10 AM »
I know that I would buy the following in 1/35 plastic if they were produced.

WWII era:
All of the American ones mentioned: T29, T30, T32, T34, etc.
T26E5 "Jumbo" Pershing that was going to be used for the invasion of the Japanese Home Islands.
M38 Wolfhound Armored Car.
A30 Challenger tank.
A43 Black Prince tank
A33 Excelsior tank.

Cold War era:
T92 light tank
Caernarvon tank
Conway tank destroyer
Saracen

Modern era:
Israeli Namer with Samson 30 mm RCWS option
Turkish Tulpar IFV
Turkish Altay MBT
ASCOD Pizarro/Uhlan IFV (I know Nimix out of Spain has a resin version)
Italian Dardo IFV
ROK K21 IFV
ROK K2 Panther MBT
Indian Arjun and Arjun MKII MBT
Jordanian Falcon Turret conversion or better yet complete plastic kit based on the demonstrator

Ditto!

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Re: Dear Model Company, I would like you to release a kit of...
« Reply #334 on: April 02, 2017, 03:16:14 PM »
Given Amodels' current leaning for commuter and corporate types in 1/72, I'd like to see the following from them in 1/72:

Dornier 228 (The Revell one is buildable but toylike in many ways)

Dornier 328

Saab 340

HFB-320 Hansa Jet

HS-125 family

Honda HA-420 HondaJet



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Re: Dear Model Company, I would like you to release a kit of...
« Reply #335 on: April 02, 2017, 04:18:47 PM »
Dornier 228 (The Revell one is buildable but toylike in many ways):

It can be made to look good though:









Dornier 328:  kind of a model kit:




Saab 340:




HFB-320 Hansa Jet: 



HS-125 family:



Honda HA-420 HondaJet:  No 1/72 that I am aware of but EBBRO are supposedly doing a 1/48 one:


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