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PostPosted: Sun Nov 12, 2017 9:13 am 
No problem. If you want to see the catalog just do a search for Trumpeters 2018 catalog. Several sites have the whole thing posted online.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 12, 2017 9:16 am 
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Yeah the link does not show anything to me either. Does the link exist anywhere else?


it has been added to the first post.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 12, 2017 11:54 am 
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As the others have noted, I copied the photos of the catalog and put them at the bottom of the first post.

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chargerman wrote:
No problem. If you want to see the catalog just do a search for Trumpeters 2018 catalog. Several sites have the whole thing posted online.

Make sure you're seeing the 2018-2019 catalog. Right now I'm only seeing links for the 2017-2018 catalog.

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What is actually with the Trumpeter's 06701-0602 HMS Belfast 1941/1959 in 1/700? It is still on preorders on several sites...

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I'd like to see an as-built kit of USS Arizona and USS Arkansas. Cage masts seem to scare people, though so it probably won't happen.

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I may be in the very small minority here, but I am genuinely most excited to see that Tashkent is being released in plastic. She was an exceptionally handsome, Italian-built destroyer leader with a distinguished war record.

And the Schleswig-Holstein. This is very exciting stuff, I'm going to need to learn a great deal more about early wireless aerials......

That being said, It's about damn time for a large, plastic County class.

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Early and late Langley?

Schlesweig-Holstein sounds very interesting...

Tashkent, too!

Counties? Do it mean some different County class ships? As Kent, London and Norfolf class, etc? Or for example 1930, 1940 and 1943 Berwicks? Counties have modificationed sometimes...

I can't open it link and see....

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 13, 2017 11:36 am 
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Jonne, see the images I attached to the first post!

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A 1/350 Langley in both versions and 1/350 Counties? That’s gonna make some people happy!!

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Super excited! I'm guessing that the 1942 seaplane tender version of Langley will have 1/350 Catalinas to go with it?

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Jonne, see the images I attached to the first post!


Timmy, thank you!

Looks two differents Counties, great news!

Hope HMS London will coming in the near future, or Model Monkey will making more conversions for Counties! :heh:

Langley, it is great news, too!

BUT will Trumpeter making HMS Nelson and HMS Rodney soon??

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 14, 2017 12:11 am 
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BUT will Trumpeter making HMS Nelson and HMS Rodney soon??

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Trumpeter announced the !/350 scale HMS Nelson and Rodney almost 12 months ago and there has been nothing since they appeared in their last catalogue.

I am not holding my breath on any Trumpeter release announcements appearing any time soon.


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New 1/700 Flyhawk PoW, Konig and Kajika Haruna details here:

http://www.1999.co.jp/eng/list/918/0/1

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To be clear and avoid confusion ,the König kit is from ICM and the photoetch set is from Flyhawk.

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Finishing 2017 Trumpeter and HobbyBoss brings not much news in ship concern.

Trumpeter only a 1/144 JMSDF submarine

HobbyBoss the last USA CB 1/350 USS Hawaii


Nothing else :pout:

Where is the 1/350 Rodney/Nelson :mad_1: or the 1/350 Baltimore/Pittsburgh :mad_2: ,even the Littorio/Veneto :Tirade:

There are plenty of good incoming models from Trumpeter

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Just found this, and it looks really nice, much better than the old Albatross offering:
http://www.hobbyeasy.com/en/data/4lckzm ... bty0j.html


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 06, 2017 8:27 pm 
The new Gearing kit from Snowman has been shown for months on their Facebook page as upcoming. It's an excellent kit that has been showing up on Ebay for a few weeks. I have a copy and it does look great.


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 08, 2017 4:43 pm 
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As the guy who made that old Albatross kit way back when, I also think the new Snowman offering is excellent. I got mine a few days ago. 2 in the box - an excellent deal.

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According to a Chinese internet site the two versions of the Flyhawk 1/700th HMS Prince of Wales have been released.

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Richard,

I still have a Albatross Gearing and Summer in my fleet, plus two in the stash! Still a good kit. Hope things are well in HB. I decided to flee the pending floods due to global warming, now at 9,300 feet. If the water gets up here we are all in big trouble :smallsmile:

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