Discussion in 'Modelling' started by Mahross, Aug 15, 2003.
A nice new german infantryman at kursk from Alpine Miniatures:
Here are a couple of new kits from Italeri
Roden have just released this in 1/72. Nice for you wargamers out there.
now this is something you don't see a lot of a GAZ-3 in 1/72
For all your landing craft needs:
Alan have just released a kit of the Bison I
To go with you airborne trrops here are some airborne jeeps from milicast.
Airborne Jeep w/radio & additional armament
Airborne Jeep towing 75mm M1A1 Pack Howitzer
Airborne Jeep towing 15cwt GS Trailer with 4.2" Mortar stowed.
Airborne Jeep w/ ammuntion boxes, towing 6pdr Anti-Tank Gun
Now here is a must have for all luftwaffe fans
Hermann Goring by Pegaso.
the term "Fatty" sure fits well. Think I'll make a colour copy of just him so I can pin it up in my office and throw darts at him when I am bored.
cheers mate !
Erich - i quite agree. It is a lovely figure i am surely tempted to have a 'fatty' in my collection. What would be nice is a good figure of Galland as well.
Ross I'll take a Krupinski, Galland , Hartmann, Schnaufer or any other working ace over FAT MAN any day Although they have done a true rendition of the man during the later part of the war, even the tired and over burndened look on the figures face..........
Erich - true it is a great looking figure.
Not sure when this came out but it is very nice looking.
an Sd Kfz 221 fitted with the 2.8cm sPzB 41 anti tank gun.
A Martlet from Hasagawa in 1/72.
A Mitsubishi G4M2E type 1 Attack Bomber 'Betty' model 24 tei with MXY7 Ohka Model 11 piloted flying bomb from Hasagawa
A P-40N from Hasagawa.
Special Hobby have just released a Bristol Beaufort MkI in 1/72.
Special Hobbys' Hawk 75 in French colours.
This is a new kit from AFV Club
An early Hummel from Dragon.