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Update

June, 2005

by Jules Bringuier

 


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Jules Bringuier from Classic Airframes' has supplied the following information regarding new releases:

Well, the third quarter of the year is upon us, and I am happy to report things are very busy.

As you probably know the Fiat CR 42 Idrovolante and the Biposti were delivered in May and that closed the second quarter, starting June 1st. This week the Brewster F2A-1 and the Model 239 kits are shipping.

Due to continued demand the Westland Wyvern has been placed in production again and Hannants is accepting orders for this item again. They should be available in a week to ten days.

The Gloster Meteor NF.11/13 Night Fighter is also currently being packed and will be available at Hannants at the same time as the Wyvern.

For the 2005 IPMS USA Nationals Show in Atlanta, if all goes as expected, the DH Vampire Trainer should be available and for sale, so the next installment of the Vampire Chronicles goes on. Some of you may be interested to know that John Adams graciously assisted to ensure that the best possible product is offered. As always the best possible effort is made.

Now for "New Announcements" for sometime this summer.

After many requests, the Supermarine Walrus will be reissued. This time around it will have injection molded clear parts.

The Fiat CR 32 will also be reissued with a new tool, not 100% but with the necessary enhancements to bring up to date with the detail that is needed to bring it up to par with the new CR 42. This tool should be ready for display in Atlanta.

There will be a single seat DH Vampire (Foreign service part 2) with markings for South Africa, Egypt, Jordan and Lebanon.

There are more new tool kits in the pipeline for this year too, and announcements will be made about these in the coming months.
 

Thanks to Jules Bringuier of Classic Airframes for the information


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