[AIR] Revell-Germany News 2004

I am not sure if this has already been posted to this newsgroups so far
but: two ionline sources in Germany (amongst them
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some Revell-Germany News 2004 in their
catalogues:
Phantom FGR Mk.2 (1:48)
Foxbat A Mig-25 (1:48)
Lockheed X-35 (1:48)
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Thougt I might led you know
Reply to
frank herkenhoff
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Hasegawa?
Panda re-box?
Boy, that's one expensive 1:48 Sopwith Camel!
Thanks for sharing, Frank,
Bestest, M.
Reply to
Matt Bacon
I'll bet the 1/48 scale is a typo! At that price, It sounds as if this is a Revell re-box of the 1/8 scale Sopwith mixed media kit that Hasegawa did many years ago. There were three in the series they called "Museum Scale" series, a Camel, an SE5 and a Fokker Triplane. Large scale built up wood wing and fuselage structure with metal and plastic cast parts for the engines and weapons. Note that these were 1/8 scale, not 1/48.
Bill Shuey
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William H. Shuey
I wondered about that: either that or it's ?7.99, and it's a re-pop of the really old ?Aurora? Camel, like they did with the SE5. The Hasegawa Museum Grade idea is nice, but seems way out of line with Revell-Germany's usual pricing and positioning
Bestest, M
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Matt Bacon
"Matt Bacon" schreef in bericht news:BBE02943.EE2D% snipped-for-privacy@blueyonder.co.uk...
On the first german site (sgk-modellbau), I found the Camel listed for ?7,25.
Kind regards, Sven
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TimeLess
O.K. That's probably the old Aurora mold then. I know that was one of the three Aurora molds that Monogram did some clean up work on, the other three were the SE5 and the Fokker D.7. I think Monogram originally intended to do some more but found that the old Aurora molds were very hard and therefor expensive to work on so no more were done.
Bill Shuey
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William H. Shuey

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