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PostPosted: Tue Jan 06, 2009 1:22 pm 
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1/350 Scale

Blue Ridge Models:


USS Growler SSG-577
USS Alaska CB-1
USS Guam CB-2
USS Montana BB-67
USS Ohio BB-68 (18" guns)
USS Maine BB-69 (20" guns)
USS Arizona BB-72 Arsenal Ship
USS Georgia SSBN-729

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USS California BB-44 Late War Version
USS Montana BB-67 (full hull option)
USS Ohio BB-68 (18" guns) (full hull option)
USS Maine BB-69 (20" guns) (full hull option)
USS New Hamsphire BB-70 1952 Version (full hull option)
USS Louisiana BB-71 Regulus II Version (full hull option)
USS Arizona BB-72 Arsenal Ship (full hull option)
USS Indiana BB-1
USS Massachusetts BB-2
USS Oregon BB-3

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USS Enterprise CV-6
USS Yorktown CV-5
Replacement hull for Trumpeter Hornet
USS Arkansas BB-33 (late war version)

Samek Models


USS Maine BB-10
USS Missouri BB-11
USS Ohio -BB-12
USS Mississippi BB-23
USS Idaho BB-24
HMS Exeter 1942

Orange Hobbies


USS Comstock LSD-45

Combrig Models


Chervona Ukraina (4 different versions)

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 06, 2009 6:05 pm 
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Tim,

Thanks for splitting this topic.

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 07, 2009 12:31 am 
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Are Midships' Pennsylvania and Arizona out yet?

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 07, 2009 7:10 am 
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Let's complete the list. We have Midship and Yankee Model Works covered. I know that ships & Co. have a 1/700 SCB-125 Intrepid comming out this winter.

What else is in the works with other manufacturers?


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 07, 2009 8:47 am 
Hi, Ships & Co. is nerly to arrive in field with the latest Kit of his catalogue, Uss Ticonderoga CV-14 in 1/700 scale. you can found it in the MW Web site
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 07, 2009 10:06 am 
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Lesforan wrote:
Tim,

Thanks for splitting this topic.


Close, but Timmy split the post.

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 07, 2009 2:30 pm 
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Anything new from JAG Collective coming out soon?

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I was hoping so, but the economy has put a kink in our plans, as well as a vendor backing out of producing some rapid prototype parts for us. We are not the only ones by the way who is suffering this setback. Needless to say, focus on keeping the doors open takes precedent over producing new kits at this time. We haven't given up, but priorities for us are clear.

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Tom@JAG wrote:
I was hoping so, but the economy has put a kink in our plans, as well as a vendor backing out of producing some rapid prototype parts for us. We are not the only ones by the way who is suffering this setback. Needless to say, focus on keeping the doors open takes precedent over producing new kits at this time. We haven't given up, but priorities for us are clear.


Thanks for the update, Tom!

Anything new from JAG will be well, worth the wait. Definately!

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 09, 2009 8:07 am 
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1/350 HMCS IROQUOIS DDG280 Canadian Destroyer 2004 will be ready soon. Price TBD.
http://www.resinshipyard.com/pages/kit_ ... _2004.html

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 12, 2009 10:42 am 
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Tom@JAG wrote:
I was hoping so, but the economy has put a kink in our plans, as well as a vendor backing out of producing some rapid prototype parts for us. We are not the only ones by the way who is suffering this setback. Needless to say, focus on keeping the doors open takes precedent over producing new kits at this time. We haven't given up, but priorities for us are clear.


IHP is in a similar position these days. Business is still good but has been noticeably off over the last few months. The model railroad business has taken some precedent lately with some popular new releases in the last year or so, and I'm doing some lucrative souvenir model work for SEPTA, our local transit agency, but now things have slowed down partially thanks to the economy. We're making some ships again now while we have the time, but even this business is being limited to products and moulds already extant. Several all-new railroad and ship items done and 'in the queue' are having to wait until things are more optimum (like the IC Highliner MUs, the Reading MUs, Montana, Hermes and BB18). Sometimes, when things are slow, you have to work with what you have. Like Tom said, priorities.

The Montana is closest to release, though. February '09, if things go well this month.

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Yo Mike: What's the status of the Connecticut? Is that still in the pipeline?

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I there any information about the new IJN Chikuma resin model kit YKM35074
in 1/350 from Yankee Modelworks?
It seems that it is already available from Free Times Hobbies but absolutely no information about what is included and what is the difference to the IJN Tone model kit (only 1942 version Chikuma versus 1944 version Tone)?

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Dirk wrote:
I there any information about the new IJN Chikuma resin model kit YKM35074
in 1/350 from Yankee Modelworks?
It seems that it is already available from Free Times Hobbies but absolutely no information about what is included and what is the difference to the IJN Tone model kit (only 1942 version Chikuma versus 1944 version Tone)?

Dirk


Hi Dirk,

I ordered the YMW Chikuma from Freetime, and it showing "waiting for restock", so I guess it's not exactly available yet, but I'm sure soon.

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 09, 2009 5:12 am 
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Hi Mike,

thanks for the info. On Friday (06.02.2008) I got an email from Freetime stating that the 1/350 Chikuma has finally been released.

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It took us about 1 bizillion years, but yes, the Chikuma is out.

Now if I only get the other 6 new kits out the door, i'd be happy.

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Harry @ Battlefleet wrote:
New for 2009 @ BattleFleet Models

BFM-713 British Tramp Steamer Drumgeith

BFM-715 IJN Auxiliary Cruiser Shinano Maru

BFM-721 North Sea Trawler

BFM-721A Armed North Sea Trawler

BFM-726 DKM Supply/Utility Ship

BFM- 7?? DKM German Tug Boat (hint a very famous Tug)

BFM- 7?? WWI German Support Vessel

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Might as well repost this from the Combrig thread.

Combrig releases for this year (all 1/700 scale):
Russian:
Evstafii - WWI Pre-dreadnought Black Sea
Ioann Zlatoust - WWI Pre-dreadnought Black Sea
Kerch - Emanuele Filiberto Duca d'Aosta in Soviet Service

Italian
Emanuele Filiberto Duca d'Aosta - WWII Cruiser

French
Edgar Quinet - WWI Armored Cruiser
Waldeck-Rousseau - WWI Armored Cruiser

USN
USS Boston - pre-WWI cruiser
USS Atlanta - pre-WWI cruiser
USS Birmingham - pre-WWI cruiser

German
Seydlitz - WWI battlecruiser
Baden - WWI Battleship
Bayern - WWI Battleship

RN
HMS Hood - pre-WWI pre-dreadnought

Chilean Navy
Huascar - Ironclad


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Ordered the Midship Colorado from Freetime. Can't wait for it to come :woo_hoo:

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Niko Model of Poland is announcing two new 1:700 kits :
- a Kearsarge class pre-dreadnought
- what appears to be a CAM ship (British or American ?)
No release dates AFAIK
Look at animated slides on main page:
http://www.nikomodel.pl/index_en.htm

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