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1/350 Panda - New Releases

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1/350 Panda - New Releases
Posted by Anonymous on Friday, August 29, 2003 9:13 AM
This was posted on another board. Figured some people here would be interested.
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Found the below list on one of the Far East boards. Arleigh Burke has been out for awhile, Cole, Essex and Ticonderoga are released for sale in Japan. HLJ has them in their new ship release section.

PAN10001 USS ARLEIGH BURKE DDG51 1/350
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PAN10002 USS COLE (DDG67 )MISSLE DESTROYER 1/350
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PAN10004 USS O'KANE DDG77(IIA) ** Future release 1/350
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PAN10006 USS WINSTON CHURCHILL DDG81 ** Future release 1/350
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PAN10010 USS ESSEX (CV9) ** 1/350
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PAN10011 USS TICONDEROGA (CV14) ** 1/350
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PAN10012 USS LEXINGTON - NAM (CVA-16)** Future release 1/350
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PAN10013 USS INTREPID (CVS-11) ** Future release 1/350
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PAN10014 USS JOHN C.STENNIS (CVN-74) ** Future release 1/350
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PAN10015 USS GEORGE WASHINGTON(CVN73)** Future release 1/350
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James Smile [:)]
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Posted by Big Jake on Friday, August 29, 2003 4:06 PM
Nothing with Sails?????

 

 

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Posted by Anonymous on Sunday, August 31, 2003 10:12 AM
Out of curiousity, I picked up the Arleigh Burke kit. I was impressed by the price (about $20) initially, so I bought it. The kit is nice for this scale. I normally keep to 1:700, so this is definitley big. The detail seems to be adequate compared to the few other ships I have in this scale. As an added bonus, they give you phtoetched railings. They seem a bit thick, but it's a nice touch.

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Posted by Anonymous on Sunday, August 31, 2003 2:58 PM
I would like to see them come out with an Oliver Hazard Perry class FFG. I am finishing up the Arleigh Burke and concur that it is a nice model.
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Posted by Anonymous on Monday, September 15, 2003 10:59 PM
Tongue [:P]I'm still salivating over Panda's future 1:32 B-17 HuuuugeBig Smile [:D]
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Posted by Anonymous on Tuesday, September 16, 2003 10:21 AM
QUOTE: Originally posted by smoore

I would like to see them come out with an Oliver Hazard Perry class FFG. I am finishing up the Arleigh Burke and concur that it is a nice model.

I too would like to see a 1/350 OHP class ffg, my wife built them in Seattle's Todd shipyards, and she has told me several times that she would like me to build up a kit for her, but all that is available [within a sane price range] are 1/700 kits.
btw, We have a navy homport here in my town, including the Abe Lincoln, a couple OHP's , an Arleigh Burke class, and several others.
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Posted by Anonymous on Tuesday, September 16, 2003 11:46 AM
Why did they feel the need to skip over CVN-69? I would love to have a 1/350 Eisenhower (my old ship) to add to my collection, as well as a 1/350 Kearsarge LHD-3 (my wife's.) Get with it, Trumpeter or Tamiya!
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