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Fellow TreadHeads,

Looks like we might see something that is not a Tank, paper-panzer, or German!!!!

 

http://www.modelarmour.com/index.php?optio...s&Itemid=58

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Fellow TreadHeads,

Looks like we might see something that is not a Tank, paper-panzer, or German!!!!

 

http://www.modelarmour.com/index.php?optio...s&Itemid=58

 

 

Don't worry. It'll never sell and they'll abandon the RA market.

 

Actually, Dragon has discovered there is quite a good market for Artillery.

Rumor has it they are on Pelileu looking at a 200mm IJA field gun emplacement.

 

I, for one, would love to see a serious of the US Rail Guns to complement the German ones. A 14/45 railway gun in France in WW1... I'd love it!

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James,

You could fill a small book with stuff I would love to see manufacturers do in the armor arena that will never happen. Thank goodness for Legend and others!!!

 

Mark

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Hopefully they'll do a FAT (or two) to go with it ....

 

Perhaps, just perhaps, they (& the modellers) have run out of interest in more German junk .... between Bronco & Vulcan, we've recently got the 2-pdr, Bofors, and 17-pdr .... some emphasis on Allied vehicles would be nice also ....

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I was impressed that Master Box is doing a 1/35 Civil Wars Series. Can't wait or the others.

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John,

The big one was that it wasn't a PAPER PANZER. It may not be anything I MUST HAVE but it sure beats seeing a "can we really place a 203mm gun on a Tiger II chassis"? kit

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Yawn...Might be cool if they included the tractor in the background. I'll pass.

 

Yeah, I agree--without the tractor, it's only 1/2 a kit. If Dragon's going to start producing WWII Brit stuff, they need to give us the whole enchilada, not just a bite or two.

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Yeah, it's about time you guys got something like that. I've had that whole set (yes, including the tractor) in my scale completed on my shelf for at least a decade and a half; maybe two. Congrats guys. I can't wait to see someone actually build this one.

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...I, for one, would love to see a serious of the US Rail Guns to complement the German ones. A 14/45 railway gun in France in WW1...

 

I second this motion - !!!!

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Yeah, I agree--without the tractor, it's only 1/2 a kit. If Dragon's going to start producing WWII Brit stuff, they need to give us the whole enchilada, not just a bite or two.

 

IMHO, it's OK to kit the arty and prime movers separately ... sometimes I do firing, sometimes traveling ... some can be used elsewhere, etc .... Just produce them !!!

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Don't worry. It'll never sell and they'll abandon the RA market.

 

Actually, Dragon has discovered there is quite a good market for Artillery.

Rumor has it they are on Pelileu looking at a 200mm IJA field gun emplacement.

 

I, for one, would love to see a serious of the US Rail Guns to complement the German ones. A 14/45 railway gun in France in WW1... I'd love it!

 

It's not a rumor, Jim, although it IS an Imperial Japanese Navy Type 2 (Ka-Mi) Amphibious Tank: http://www.dragon-models.com/html/peleliu_index.html

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