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What kit(s) would you like to see made in 1/350? PICK 2
HMS Renown (rebuilt)
Revenge Class Battleship
County Class Cruiser
Nelson Class Battleship
Rebuilt Big 5
USN Cage Mast BB (WWI)
Pre War Big 5
Cleveland Class Cruiser
Alaska Class Battlecruiser
Leipzig Class Cruiser
KUK Viribus Unitus
Conte di Cavour / Andrea Doria Class BB
Admiral Scheer / Lutzow
Leander Class light cruiser
Portland Class cruiser
Retooled Iowa Class (WWII/Modern)
Angled Deck Essex / Midway class
Illustrious Class (WWII)
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 26, 2015 6:04 am 
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Why not HMS Electra ?

PLUS all of Trumpeter's models made by another company to the quality standards of Fujimi or Hasegawa ? :heh:


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 28, 2015 6:14 am 
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Since Merit has now brought forth Enterprise CV-6 and Kitty Hawk CV-63, I'm waiting for a straight deck as built USS Midway and a square bridge Fletcher from Tamiya. Then I'll be happy.

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 28, 2015 6:20 am 
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navydavesof wrote:
Okay, I will jump into this pool, too.

I would like to see made into 1/350:

USS Baltimore (CA-68)
USS Newport News (CA-148)
USS Cyclone (PC-1) with a spru and decal options to build the rest of the class
USS Enterprise-D (NCC-1701-D)


A 1:350 ENTERPRISE D? ARE YOU CRAZY?? :big_eyes: lol!

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 28, 2015 10:15 am 
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NavyFan1 wrote:
Since Merit has now brought forth Enterprise CV-6 and Kitty Hawk CV-63, I'm waiting for a straight deck as built USS Midway and a square bridge Fletcher from Tamiya. Then I'll be happy.

Model Monkey makes (via Shapeways) the square bridge for Tamiya's 1/350 Fletcher. Towards the bottom of this page: http://www.shapeways.com/shops/model_mo ... +Ships&s=0 Probably better than Tamiya could ever make, too! :thumbs_up_1:


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 11, 2015 4:31 pm 
USS Wainwright
USS Long Beach
USS Bainbridge CGN-25
USS Truxton CGN-35
Spruance class destroyer
Virginia class cruiser


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 16, 2015 3:56 am 
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I really love to see HMS Renown 1942 1/350 comes out. The rodney and nelson are already on the trumpy's list.

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 18, 2015 11:03 pm 
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biggles2 wrote:
NavyFan1 wrote:
Since Merit has now brought forth Enterprise CV-6 and Kitty Hawk CV-63, I'm waiting for a straight deck as built USS Midway and a square bridge Fletcher from Tamiya. Then I'll be happy.

Model Monkey makes (via Shapeways) the square bridge for Tamiya's 1/350 Fletcher. Towards the bottom of this page: http://www.shapeways.com/shops/model_mo ... +Ships&s=0 Probably better than Tamiya could ever make, too! :thumbs_up_1:


Ok, then. An as-commissioned USS Midway straight deck. More Cold War destroyers in injected molded(Knox class would be nice), and an updated Enterprise in her post 1982 fit complete with hangar bay, full length hull instead of installing the bow ANNNND a waterline option. Oh and how about a decent sized air wing, too?

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 19, 2015 10:51 am 
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USS Wainwright
USS Long Beach
USS Bainbridge CGN-25
USS Truxton CGN-35
Spruance class destroyer
Virginia class cruiser

Mini hobby and Dragon already produced the USS Spruance in 1/350.
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 29, 2015 7:54 am 
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I would be very interesting to see HMS Vanguard battleship in 1/350. Hope a manufacturer will see this post... :pout:

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 04, 2016 4:00 pm 
A Renown in /350 would be fantastic.

And where is the Forrestall as launched, also in 1/350?


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 01, 2016 5:20 pm 
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some 1:350 ships i would like.

Queen Elizabeth class, HMS Valiant, HMS Malaya or HMS Barham from around the 30's with the older superstructure

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Ise class, IJN Ise and/or Hyuga in the 30's as full battleships, before carrier conversion

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Aoba class, IJN Aoba and/or IJN Kinugasa

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Alaska class, USS Alaska CB-1 and/ or USS Guam CB-2

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Iron Duke class, HMS Iron Duke, HMS Benbow, HMS Marlborough and/or HMS Emperor of India

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HMS Vanguard battleship

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There are three vessels I would like to see in 350:

3) Fubuki class destroyers, not only Ayanami-subclass offered by Fine Molds
2) HMS Warspite in WWI configuration, yummiest dreadnought ever built

And my top favourite, no. 1, if somebody releases this kit and I will be able to finish it, then I can die in peace:

KINUGASA!

I summon thee, creature of Savo Island, come to me in 350...

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 26, 2016 12:20 pm 
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Leander Class CLs to include the "Modified Leander's" (Perth/Sydney/Hobart).

Also, add
KM Atlantis
Atlanta Class CL.
SMS Von Der Tann
HMS Invincible

I'd still like to see more releases in 1/200 scale (DDs, etc.).

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SMS Derfflinger,1917 fit w. tripod. SMS Seydlitz w.o. torpedo netting.


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Merit is releasing a 1/350 U.S.S. Alaska. It's up for pre-order on FreeTime. Personally, I'd love to see some more USN World War II or pre-war cruisers, of all classes. Still sadly under represented in injection molding kits.

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Apart from BB Hyuga and Vanguard mentioned above, I'd like to see the French cruiser Algérie and the new Izumo, both at 1/350, and why not also the Indian Vikramaditya and future Vikrant...


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Going to upset a lot of modellers in the US, but anything in 1/350TH as long as its not American!


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PHILIPPE wrote:
Apart from BB Hyuga and Vanguard mentioned above, I'd like to see the French cruiser Algérie and the new Izumo, both at 1/350, and why not also the Indian Vikramaditya and future Vikrant...

Do you mean the Izumo in workd of warships? I think no one would release it, unfortunately. But I have seen it in 1/1200 scale, though. One of the ships least known (in history.) Here are images of the model. I am still wondering where the producer got plans drawings to produce it. Maybe I'll contact him:
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P.S EDITED: I missunderstood your message! You were talking about the NEW Izumo! Sorry!

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Well for me it's HMS Renown post refit, WWI HMS Iron Duke, any and all WWII RN cruisers, Italian destroyers and cruisers and lastly the 19th century HMS Warrior.

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1/350 Kirov - Kirov class (Trumpeter w/WEM pe)
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1/350 HMS Astute - Astute class (Hobbyboss)

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