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PostPosted: Thu Jun 28, 2018 6:34 am 
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E.V.A has posted on their Facebook page the imminent release of 1/350 scale Italian Battleship Giulio Cesare in WWII fit.


That's superb news , and probably you can use the HMS Dreadnought armament Set 1:350 ( Ref: SM35067 )
for the 320mm main guns , she had in WW2 - hopefully it will be a great kit , and companion to the Littorio Class 1/350



I contacted EVA by email : release is due in a few days, at 250 € + shipping, when ordering directly from them by email (possible to pay with Paypal). Other purchasing possibility by Ebay but more expensive, and I have not found which eBay (IT, US, UK, whatever) and on which page, as "EVA model kits" on eBay.com leads you directly to some sort of Manga figures. I will order next week.


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 28, 2018 8:47 am 
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EVA sells on eBay as officinamod. Their cruiser SanGiorgio can be found here:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Italian-Armoured-Cruiser-SanGiorgio-resin-multimedia-kit-1-350-scale-brass-guns/113027377494

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 28, 2018 10:50 am 
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Apart from this single kit, their eBay shop seems empty. Do you know their product list ?


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Apart from this single kit, their eBay shop seems empty. Do you know their product list ?

If you click on the sellers name, it changes screens and shows several kits for sale.

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 29, 2018 3:47 am 
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Very soon from l'Arsenal 2.0 : 1:400 scale French Marine Nationale Patrol boat P400
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/P400-class_patrol_vessel

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I'd be all over that in 1/350. Full hull of course.

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 29, 2018 6:19 am 
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Apart from this single kit, their eBay shop seems empty. Do you know their product list ?

If you click on the sellers name, it changes screens and shows several kits for sale.


I did it but it only gets to San Giorgo and Arethusa... Nothing more ?


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PHILIPPE wrote:

I did it but it only gets to San Giorgo and Arethusa... Nothing more ?


https://www.ebay.com/sch/officinamod/m. ... pg=&_from=

Check this PHILIPPE

There are six ships

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I did it but it only gets to San Giorgo and Arethusa... Nothing more ?


https://www.ebay.com/sch/officinamod/m. ... pg=&_from=

Check this PHILIPPE

There are six ships



??? When I click on your link, as I did before, it says "0 results". Then after some other clicks I can find the two ships I mentioned above + 2 aircrafts, but not 6 ships… Mystery of Mr Microsoft ?


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 29, 2018 9:47 am 
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There is:

Italian Heavy Cruiser Trento, Resin/Multimedia Kit 1/350 scale

Italian armoured cruiser Sangiorgio, Resin/Multimedia Kit 1/350 Scale Brass guns

WW2 Italian Navy Submarine Tazzoli 1/350 resin kit

Italian Torpedo Boat Pegasus - 1/350 Scale Resin/Multimedia Kit + Brass guns

HMS upholder-ww2 Royal Navy Submarine 1/350 Resin Kit

Italian Torpedo Cruiser ARETUSA, pre dreadnough resin/multimedia kit 1/350 scale

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PHILIPPE wrote:

??? When I click on your link, as I did before, it says "0 results". Then after some other clicks I can find the two ships I mentioned above + 2 aircrafts, but not 6 ships… Mystery of Mr Microsoft ?


Try this one: https://www.ebay.com/usr/officinamod

And when clicking "See all items", select "Worldwide" under the "Item Location" section on the left. It seems the "Default" means all these Italy-based items may not show up for you. This link should include that selection: https://www.ebay.com/sch/officinamod/m. ... 6732.m1684

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Thanks Timmy, your second link works, but not the first one. …
And thanks to Maxim for the complete list of their kits


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Yes, there's something wonky with their store listings. I used to be able to just click on that link and see everything. I check their page often, as I really REALLY want a SanGiorgio one of these days.

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And speaking of EVA also from FB :woo_hoo:
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rotley wrote:
E.V.A has posted on their Facebook page the imminent release of 1/350 scale Italian Battleship Giulio Cesare in WWII fit.



Released. Mine is on its way home


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Yes, there's something wonky with their store listings. I used to be able to just click on that link and see everything. I check their page often, as I really REALLY want a SanGiorgio one of these days.

I feel the same way about Trento - that's one sexy cruiser.

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Devin wrote:
Yes, there's something wonky with their store listings. I used to be able to just click on that link and see everything. I check their page often, as I really REALLY want a SanGiorgio one of these days.

I feel the same way about Trento - that's one sexy cruiser.



if you two are interested in one of their kits, do not wait for eBay. Contact them at evainscale@gmail.com and ask for the kit and the shipping cost. It will be less expensive than with ebay


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Niko Models just announced the French postwar AA cruiser Colbert
1:700 scale, waterline, resin and PE, 1959 fit :
http://www.nikomodel.pl/index.php/PL/20 ... c-611-1964
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bgire wrote:
Niko Models just announced the French postwar AA cruiser Colbert
1:700 scale, waterline, resin and PE, 1959 fit :
http://www.nikomodel.pl/index.php/PL/20 ... c-611-1964
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That's awesome, one of my favorite postwar cruisers, but I hope they also have the missile armed version planned for future release. It's too bad the real ship ended up going for scrapping after having been saved as a museum ship.


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This is really good news! It will be interesting if Niko Model releases also the late version. The plans of the early version are much easier to find.

Apparently Orange Hobby announced another 1/700 kit of a 1950s ship:

USS Boston, CAG-1

I do not understand why another 1/700 kit of the Boston class. The Canberra by Niko Model is already available.

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PostPosted: Sat Jul 14, 2018 10:30 am 
Why not Boston? Canberra is Canberra. After all if we can have a dozen or more Bismarck's and Tirpitz in the same scale why not two sister ships.


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