WTB a Chinese Junk 1/48 scale

Anybody have one or know where you could find one of these Junks. I
think Monogram made them along with the RAG boat at or around the same
time.
Also was there such a thing made as a "Chinese War Junk" and in what
scale was it made
... Carl ..........
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cyberborg 4000
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didn't lindberg make one? i know i saw one somewhere and it was plastic.
Reply to
e
Carl - The "Chinese War Junk" was Pyro/Life-Like/maybe Lindberg and is about 1:144 scale (8" long at any rate). Aurora made one in 1:72 and it's a pretty standard river junk. I have one of each, if you'd like to make an offer. Please contact me via e-mail if you're interested. Regards, - John
Reply to
The Old Man
Lindberg did a lot of weird stuff but not a Chinese junk, IIRC.
Aurora did do a junk - like 1/65th or so. Perhaps that's the one you're thinking of?
Cheers,
Reply to
Bill Shatzer
wouldn't surprise me.
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e
Carl - Justed happened to remember that there was some kind of "war junk" that Revell (IIRC) made during the Vietnam conflict. I don't remember the scale. I've been dealing with eBay for six years now and only remember seeing a couple pass through, but then I really haven't been looking too hard for that model; I'm into other venues. Regards, John
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The Old Man
I've always had this idea in the back of my mind of how CooL it would be building the "JUNK" from in the Movie "5th Element"
The one that was flying around outside of his building. .Remember the one where he got his lunch from out of the window.
I do think that "JUNK" would be a really KewL build once it was all done with.
... Carl ..........
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Reply to
cyberborg 4000
The Revell junk was 1/144. Dunno that it was ever sold as a "war junk".
Monogram did a series of four 1/48 "Vietnam boats" with included a junk marketed under both the "Vietnam Command Junk" and "Vietnam Coastal Junk" names. A "Swift Boat", a LCP(R) with UDT team, and a RAG boat were also included in the 1/48 "Vietnam boats" series.
Cheers,
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Bill Shatzer

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