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Add On parts Village Waterpump

Here is an in box review of a kit from the Belgium company Add On parts.
The subject is a Village waterpump, the original can be found in Saint-Marie-Du-Mont, Normandy.



Scale is 1/35
Dimensions of the pump:
Height: 9,5cm
Base: 6,5x6,5cm
Pump: 2,8x2,8cm

Retail Price Around 10 Euro

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1/48 Bronco T17E1 Staghound MK.I/Canadian 60lb Rocket Launch Version

1/48 Bronco T17E1 Staghound MK.I/Canadian 60lb Rocket Launch Version

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Mirage Hobby PZL P.43A "Czajka" 1:48

Mirage Hobby – very well known Polish manufacturer on the international modeler market recently issued a new model of a Polish aircraft from the 20th century. It is the model of the development version of PZL P.23B Karas - PZL P.43 Czajka. The first model came out in German markings but the next will be in Polish markings from September 1939.

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Wingnut Wings 1/32 SCALE HANNOVER C1. II

Hello everyone,
this is an inbox review of the latest kit from WnW - 1/32 scale Hannover C1.II

Fantastic! - there I'm done.

Seriously though, if you haven't 'picked-up' one of their 1/32 planes yet then you are missing out on some of the best models on the market today. From their instructions to their high quality molding they are as good as Tamiya in my opinion with the bonus of a rare subject matter like WW1 planes.



THE HANNOVER C1.II was a low level 2 seat escort fighter and ground attack aircraft used by the Germans.

Ok, the Hannover C1.II was their latest release at Xmas as a surprise kit (they do that sometimes), and I got one immediately. I have had a passing interest over the years in WW1 planes, but mainly the typical Red Baron thing, or just knowing about the existence of planes like the Albatross, Fokker D7 or Sopwith Camel (which came originally from the Peanuts cartoons , via snoopy and his exploits).
However, some time ago when the only kits available were their Junkers and LVG I was pointed towards WnWs and discovered WW1 in detail. Every new release takes me further down the WW1 research path as they have released planes that I never knew existed - such as the Hannover C1.

 

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Trumpeter 02050 - T-72 Track Links [Workable]

Box sleeve from front.

Trumpeter has continued adding to their line of articulating,, a.k.a. "workable," track sets. This one is aimed at their T-72 releases and may not fit the Dragon kit of the heavy tank.

 

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