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My wish list for armor kits

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Simply put:

 

1. T-28 Superheavy Tank (aka T-95 Gun Motor Carriage);

 

2. a good FT-17;

 

3. A good Mk I or IV or V British tank (you know, the rhomboid WWI types);

 

4. St. Chammond WWI tank;

 

5. a new kit of the Soviet T-35 heavy tank.

 

David

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yes

i think kit makers do not make any market research with real custmers before release a kit !!

 

1/72 injected plastic please

 

shilka !!! great lack at market

maz 357 !!!

panhard vbl

al modern mraps !!! ( you do not like money ?)

toyota with russian zpu-1 ( yes , you really do not like money!!!)

fav vehicle

russian radar stations and trucks

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I agree with the St. Chamond. A Schneider, FT17 and more A7V's would be nice too.

 

Fingers crossed!

 

Adam

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Simply put:

1. T-28 Superheavy Tank (aka T-95 Gun Motor Carriage);

2. a good FT-17;

3. A good Mk I or IV or V British tank (you know, the rhomboid WWI types);

4. St. Chammond WWI tank;

5. a new kit of the Soviet T-35 heavy tank.

David

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I'd like a good small scale Centurion. With minor changes, they could release all sorts of different marks.

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In 1/48th they could still do:

 

-A really good Sherman(!)

 

-A really good Panther(!)

 

-A really good King Tiger (!) They did do a really good 1/48th Jagdtiger, so KT of similar quality should not be outlandish...

 

-A good Churchill!(!)

 

-A good ISU 152

 

-A good SU-100

 

-A good Jagdpanzer IV

 

-Any Japanese armor (!)

 

-Any Italian armor (!)

 

-Any modern or post-war armor (!)

 

As can be seen, 1/48th has some way to go...

 

Gaston

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As can be seen, 1/48th has some way to go...

 

Gaston

 

Yup! Tamiya has released several French tanks in 1/35, how tough could it be to pantograph/CAD 1/48 molds? And the Japs, Italians, etc.

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They'd make a killing if they did it with their 1/35 scale modern US armor. They did the HMMWV, but the Abrams and Bradleys would be hot.

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