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Which of the following ships would you most like to see produced in 1/350 Plastic.
RN County Class Cruiser 13%  13%  [ 259 ]
DKM Prinz Eugen (or Hipper) 4%  4%  [ 78 ]
Angled deck Essex class (SCB-125) 8%  8%  [ 168 ]
DKM Scharnhorst 5%  5%  [ 96 ]
HMS Warspite 15%  15%  [ 297 ]
USS Long Beach CGN 7%  7%  [ 133 ]
DKM Graf Spee 2%  2%  [ 45 ]
Big 5 Battleship rebuilt (Tennessee -Maryland) 10%  10%  [ 195 ]
Big 5 Battleship Pearl Harbor (Tennessee -Maryland) 7%  7%  [ 140 ]
Royal Navy WW2 Destroyer 6%  6%  [ 123 ]
US CVE Escort Carrier 4%  4%  [ 76 ]
HMS Ark Royal Carrier 11%  11%  [ 219 ]
USS Midway (modernized) 8%  8%  [ 151 ]
Total votes : 1980
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IJN BB FUSO/ Yamishiro.

Corvette flower class escort,.... nifty little ships. :cool_2:

USS Indianapolis or Houston cruiser.


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 21, 2007 8:23 am 
My Votes
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Angle deck Essex
Mod Midway
Prinz Eugen


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There are so many I would love to see made. But the first is the Warsprite.

There are so many, but what I don't want to see made right now is another aircraft carrier, unless it is an IJN one.


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Dave Hill wrote:
I voted for the Big 5 re-built Battleships because after seeing Pierre Marchal's California...a 1/350 plastic version would be just to awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Count me in.


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 21, 2007 9:27 am 
I would like to see a modern TAO Oiler /Supply ship In 1/350.


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All the aircraft carriers in this list should be released in plastic at some point. With the way 1/350 ships are being released there is no reason why ALL these ships couldn't be done! I voted for midway. This would be popular in Japan too as they seem to have an affection for this ship probably because it was based there for so long.

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 21, 2007 9:30 am 
Any of the class......especially Houston....this would mean several possible issues from one basic set of molds


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HMS Warspite is closer to me as to a pre-dread fan. Would be great companion to my Grosser Kurfurst (under construction now).

So was my vote.

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 21, 2007 10:03 am 
Of the ships listed, I'd prefer the Midway. Otherwise I would love to see the modern Kirov class battlecruisers.


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 21, 2007 10:12 am 
They made just about all the other battleships from Pearl Harbor why not one of the big %


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IJN Shokaku class carrier

- Jose Chaica - not logged in....

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Other; something 1890-1920 time period.

A WWI battlecruiser looks like it would be quite popular...I suspect an HMS Dreadnought in 1/350 plastic would be a seller, too.


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Assault ship, with lots of helos on deck. They seem to have sold well in 1/700.


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 21, 2007 11:45 am 
HMS Warspite.....PLEASE!


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RN County Class


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 21, 2007 11:58 am 
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All the wish list vessels are OK but how about something different. I suggest the USS GLACIER, navy Icebreaker from the 1950's. It carried a lot of weapons(5 inch, 3 inch, 40mm guns) as well as helicopters. It served in the USCG for 20 years and can be re-configured in that guise.
Or one or the POLAR class icebreakers. Another IOWA or YAMATO or HOOD and I'm going back to building Ed "Big Daddy" Roth monster cars :lol_3: Merry Christmas!


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 21, 2007 12:09 pm 
I would really like a 1/350 Algerie.


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I voted for the angle-decked Essex, but I'd also like to see:

USS Long Beach CGN
Big 5 Battleship rebuilt (Tennessee -Maryland)
Big 5 Battleship Pearl Harbor (Tennessee -Maryland) Specifically USS Nevada (BB-36)
US CVE Escort Carrier
USS Midway (modernized)

I'd like to see the Baltimore class done, square and round stern, as well as the Missile conversions.
I'd like to see the Cleveland class done, as well as the Missile conversions.

And of course, I really, really, really want a Salem/Des Moines class cruiser. Newport New could also be done from the same mold with some changes to radar and the superstructure.


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 21, 2007 12:22 pm 
I just want ACCURATE 1942 Yorktown class carriers.


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IJN CV, either of the Shokakus, or Hiryu


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