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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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PostPosted: Wed Dec 19, 2007 12:54 pm 
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Please vote for the ship you would like to see produced in plastic for 1/350 scale.

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Voted other, for a Type 22 frigate: Chatham, Campbeltown....

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I voted for HMS Warspite :wave_1:

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I would vote for HMS Warspite, if I could vote! :thumbs_up_1:


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Hello everyone,
I voted other as I would like to see HMS Agincourt or HMS Tiger or HMS Iron Duke from the First World War.

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County class first, then Warspite......who knows, we just got a Repulse didn't we? :eyebrows:

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My favourite : USS NEVADA ( 1944 ) and USS OKLAHOMA
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phil reeder wrote:
I would vote for HMS Warspite, if I could vote! :thumbs_up_1:


I have opened up guest voting for now. Go ahead and cast your vote.

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 20, 2007 5:20 pm 
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I have voted for RN County Class cruiser, but it would be great to see a Town Class Light cruiser, such as 'Ol' Shiny' HMS Sheffield. Add to which a 1/350 'Battle Class' Destroyer (with variants).

Not greedy am I?

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Gridley class DD


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Hms queen mary or any other jutland RN battlecruiser, so i voted other.


though county class would be nice :thumbs_up_1:


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I voted for the Admiral Graf Spee, because I love the Deutschland class. They're just beautiful and brutal.

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 Post subject: 1/350 Poll
PostPosted: Fri Dec 21, 2007 12:24 am 
Now that we lowly guest are SOMEBODY...............

I would like to vote for the WWII...............
Scharnhorst..................

-and with a few changes, we could have a.................
Gneisenau!

If I were a manufacturer with any business sence......................

Almost two kits from one, not to mention one(two) of the most popular topics of the "Battle in the Atlantic" ????????????????

Steve Wiper






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How about an Indepence class carrier? Ron


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Ooops. Independence class carrier.....


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Vote 1 other - IJN Tone

Bill :wave_1:

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I've gone down the County road, oh what a happy funnel-filled road it is too! Exeter and York are also Counties, no forgetting please please please :big_grin:

But you know, there are some fantastic other RN cruisers too, like the Leanders..... hint hint

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DKM Prinz Eugen


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 21, 2007 3:01 am 
I'd really like to see the following ships:

RN County class Cruiser (Suffolk-Norfolk 1941)
DKM Prinz Eugen 1941-1945
DKM Scharnhorst 1943
Hochseeflotte Derfflinger 1916

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