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PostPosted: Thu Nov 01, 2012 12:12 pm 
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there are some testing photo:
2012 Nov:
70010 CG-10 contents:7pe
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70009 LCS-1 contents:2pe
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71007 French NAVY Frigate F710 La Fayette:contents:resin parts;25 CNCparts;1 PE; 1 Decals
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70020 40 inch container: 1PE(18 containes) ,1Decals
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70021 20 inch container: 1PE(18 containes) ,1Decals
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2013 Jan
70012 German Railroad GUN K5(E) LEOPOLD
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70014 German 60cm Morser “Karl”on transport carrier
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 01, 2012 5:05 pm 
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Hm, the last two models look delicious. :cool_2:
Where can one buy your products?
I couldn't find the vendor list on your web site.


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 02, 2012 8:41 am 
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mopy wrote:
Hm, the last two models look delicious. :cool_2:
Where can one buy your products?
I couldn't find the vendor list on your web site.



Yes indeed,where can be bought?
Cheers :thanks:

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Gonna sound dumb, but I didnt catch what scale everything was in....could you imagine rail guns in 1/700...could be an interesting diorama idea there. The Layette has some promise there if its a 1/700 size ship.

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They are all 1/700, if the product number is indicative.

BigBlueBoy can be bought from at least Freetime Hobbies, who stocks their Long Beach set.

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 02, 2012 4:35 pm 
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Don Grasmick wrote:
Gonna sound dumb, but I didnt catch what scale everything was in....could you imagine rail guns in 1/700...could be an interesting diorama idea there. The Layette has some promise there if its a 1/700 size ship.

Have you seen Alliance Modelworks 1/700 diorama sets?
http://www.am-works.com/store/1700-diorama-accessories-c-1_11.html


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mopy wrote:
Hm, the last two models look delicious. :cool_2:
Where can one buy your products?
I couldn't find the vendor list on your web site.


These products are available at Pacific Front (Free Time Hobbies)

The new products will be available this month and we will have them listed for order taking next week.

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mopy wrote:
Hm, the last two models look delicious. :cool_2:
Where can one buy your products?
I couldn't find the vendor list on your web site.


These products are available at Pacific Front (Free Time Hobbies)

The new products will be available this month and we will have them listed for order taking next week.

Thanks :wave_1:


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 13, 2012 8:37 am 
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Now I,m going have to pull my USS Albany CG-10 apart,I have put off completing this model for months,gave up waiting,so finished it, lucky most of the parts can be pulled off and replaced.By the way ,looks like a brilliant PE.any chance of close up photo shot thanks

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 25, 2012 2:06 pm 
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mopy wrote:
Hm, the last two models look delicious. :cool_2:
Where can one buy your products?
I couldn't find the vendor list on your web site.

we had update today ,your can view more product from ours web site
thank you

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