Bristol F2b and Dr-1 singles release

Discussion in 'Kit Announcements' started by DeWayne, Aug 7, 2004.

  1. DeWayne

    DeWayne Member

    A new release on the 1:33 scale line. Another Bristol F2b from Marek.

    This one is from No. 1 Squadron AFC, Palestine, 1918

    and a 1:50 scale addition Fokker Dr-1-02 flown by Lt. Friedrich Kempf, 1918

  2. Darwin

    Darwin Member

    DeWayne, the horrible things you do to my bank account.
  3. DeWayne

    DeWayne Member

    But Darwin... the difference between men and boys...

    Think of it this way. It keeps us off the streets, out of trouble and our women know where we are :)
  4. Huey

    Huey Member

    but its like a drug, if not an impulsive-compulsive buying addiction. BUT, I wouldn't have it any other way :D. Wish we could see some more planes from conflicts after WWII.
  5. wunwinglow

    wunwinglow Active Member

    Huey, any particular types in mind?

    Tim P
  6. Huey

    Huey Member

    Saber F86-L, Douglas A-1 Skyraider, A6_intruder, basically planes and helicopters that saw service in the Vietnam War in 'soft copy" (download version) and in 1/33 scale :D . I may be asking for the sky though.
  7. Darwin

    Darwin Member

    There aren't near enough dog sabres available. A new version of the F-89 would be nice as well. (In 33 scale. of course.) :D
  8. Huey

    Huey Member

    probably the only thing preventing the designers and distributors from releasing new models is that they get little support from the public. no matter how cheap they might sell it, how good the quality of the model is, it would seems a majority prefers free downloads (like trotsky models). that's why i was suggesting to Ron to just use the old site for paying members only where people who prefers to buy their models (rather than just waiting for a freebie) can commission a designer for a model that those involved in the project financially can benefit from. no free downloads and not to be released in public. there's really nothing wrong with free downloads, but designers got to eat too. i've always 'heard' Poland as the "paradise of the Paper models" and they got to be very good with their paper model products because people there BUY their products. That's why it was able to develop the hobby to a lucrative business.

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