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    #1 piet, Jan 2, 2010
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    He111,aAR196 october!!!! still a long time away:evil:


    04688 Arado Ar196A 32 10/2010 Novelty


    04696 Heinkel He 111P 32 10/2010 Novelty


    00705 PE-Onderdelen voor Ju 88 A-1 32 11/2009 Novelty

    00021 Supermarine Spitfire Mk.I 32 05/2010 Revell Classics


    04686 Dornier Do 335 "Arrow" 48 09/2010 Reissue (Monogram)


    04283 B-17G Flying Fortress 72 10/2010 Novelty
     
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    Wahoo! Another B-17G
     
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    It's the same one H.
     
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    But it's newer :lol:
     
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    .....and different decals! :D
     
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    And its 1/72 scale:cry:
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    retool up the old 1/48th Ju 88G-6 from long ago.

    yeah I know the 1/32 monster is coming out and am personally helping John within the AIMs firm get his decals and camo instructions right ....
     
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    Yep, and let's have some other JU88's in 1/48th scale, including an A1, instead of the World's supply of A4's!!
    Oops, hadn't realised that the '72' was alongside the description, meaning 1/72nd scale, presumably. I wonder if this is a new one though, or a re-issue of the re-boxed Hasegawa kit? Any idea what the 'Novelty' means - or is it just 'new'?
     
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    #13 Loiner, Jan 4, 2010
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    Hi Airframes, here's an image of the WWII Ground Support Equipment box.

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    I read on the Parabellum.co.uk site that it is discontinued:

    'RL04511, WWII Ground Support Equipment.. £14.95 D
    "D" - discontinued please check for availability when ordering'


    Hopefully you could get hold of an old kit, or perhaps it will be re-released at some point (Revell are supposedly releasing RAF and Luftwaffe ground crew according to Hannants, so you never know).
     
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    Thanks mate. The boxing is the current Revell Germany style, but I never knew it existed, or was availble in the UK - and man have I serached for stuff! As you say, Revell announced 1/48th (and 1/72nd) Ground Crew kits, so hopefully, this might appear too. Mmeanwhile, back to scatch-building and converting!
    Terry.
     
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    The Arado AR196 is absolutely superb... A must for anyone. I have 3
     
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