1/32 He111

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  1. piet

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    Ah Ha! We've been specualting about this, after Guttorm's hints. Of course, he is unable to confirm this until Revell announce it, so is the info on LSP from an official source? If not, although it's almost certainly correct, it might be a bit premature yet. can't wait to see it though!!
     
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    <perk> OOooohhhhhhhhhh
     
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    Figured as much....made perfect sense to me!:D
     
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    At this rate Revell could become responsible for a house extension boom globally.
     
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    You're not wrong there mate!
     
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    They should be careful, so that they don't end up getting sued(?) by angry wifes, for their husbands lack of interest and constant disappearence to the hobby room....





    ....among other things!
     
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    Hi All,
    Great news .........:D
    (looks like I will cancel the idea of an 1/24 airifx mossie)

    All I need now will be a 1/32 Do 217.:D

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    1/32 Lancaster?
     
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    Would be nice to have a 1/32nd scale Do17, to complete the Luftwaffe line-up for the BoB. A Lanc would be ginormous - but nice! Now, how can I extend my house at minimum (ie, zero) cost?!!
     
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    Rent a flat and visit your models on the side Terry?
     
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    move your bedroom to the garden shed this gives you an extra room in the house terry
     
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    Some good ideas there! Maybe if I built a small bungalow out of waterproofed kit boxes and lived in that?!!
     
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    oh dear the second strike of my apparent curse and I use the term loosley first time was at Duxford with the Griffon spit in Burma scheme and I said shame no one does decals for that in 1.72 next model magazine i buy has them in, when the Ju88 was released I said I think I would have to stick to a He111 if they did that, and now look lol "oh blow* lol :lol:
     
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    anybody know when this He-111 hits the market? My 1/32 collection needs a bomber.
     
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    I believe it's due, in the UK anyway, in October this year.
     
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    1/32? Betcha they price so they sell 3 and make their money back.
     
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    Probably not Chris. Their 1/32nd scale JU88 was very reasonably priced, at around £30, or just under, when first released a year ago. It's increased a bit since then, as all kits have, but nowhere near as much as some manufacturer's price increases. At a guess, I'd say it will be around the £45 to £55 mark which, for the size, and presumed complexity, will be good value for money.
     
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