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    Noticed that we have a get off yer butt thread and we have a just got this thread. Didn't think we had a thread devoted to 'just saw this has become available in the near future' thread.

    So I figured, why not eh.

    To make my own two observations....

    Tamiya 48th scale 32573 MOBELWAGEN FLAK43 (on the Borgfeldt site and also able to be ordered, I have one enroute).

    Tamiya 48th scale 32574 SDKFZ 232 (has it's kit number sorted out obviously, and is known by Borgfeldt, but has not made it to Canadian soil yet it would seem). I have it on back order to be sent the second it shows up.
    Life is change. Built models for decades.
    Not sure anyone here actually knows the real me.
    I didn't for a long time either.

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    Greetings Guys, and Gals;

    last night I looked outside, and I had to check out my pack of cigarettes.








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      Ok back on track here.

      Noticed that Dragon has an 88 in 72nd scale due out in December.

      http://www.dragon-models.com/d-m-item.asp?pid=DRR60634

      I sure hope that link is not a hassle.

      Life is change. Built models for decades.
      Not sure anyone here actually knows the real me.
      I didn't for a long time either.

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      • #4
        Squadron has this one as "Re-Issued" ... Nice Kit!





        Description as follows:
        "German WWII twin boom assault and transport glider (Go 242A-1) model also buildable as a twin engine transtport Go 244B-1. Limited edition vintage reissue kit has raised and engraved surface features, fabric-over-frame effects, basic side-by-side cockpit with seated aircrew, cargo bay floor, optional position fuselage doors, hinged rear fuselage tail cone, choice of glider langing gear (with jettisonable pattern takeoff wheels) or fixed tricycle gear, optional extended boom nacells with twin-row radial engines, separately molded rudders, delicate control surface counterweights and actuators and payload - curbside chassis K�belwagen (with passenger interior and fold-down windshield). Decals and painting guide for 2 Luftwaffe aircraft: Go 242A-1 'TD+IU' and Go 244B-1 '4V+ES'."

        Here's the Link > http://www.squadron.com/product-p/it0111.htm
        http://www.ebay.com/usr/froglevelzcool

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