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I don't know if MRC even looks at this forum but just in case they do.It would be nice for them to put out a 1/35 scale SH-60 Seahawk to go along with there other H-60 choppers.That would open up a whole new realm of Hawk modelling.All the SH-60's,HH-60 Jayhawks could then be built in a bigger scale than now.Maybe its wishful thinking but its about time for new helicopter from them.

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Mmmmm.........a 1/35th Squirrel would be cool..............but highly unlikely to ever be kitted in that scale.

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Soooo... the 1/35 scale SH-60 would be to go with your 1/35 destroyer model? I thought the whole idea of starting a line of 1/35 helicopters was so treadheads and rotorheads could get their respective heads together. I've not ever once seen a diorama featuring a 1/35 helicopter with a 1/35 tank...

J

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Soooo... the 1/35 scale SH-60 would be to go with your 1/35 destroyer model? I thought the whole idea of starting a line of 1/35 helicopters was so treadheads and rotorheads could get their respective heads together. I've not ever once seen a diorama featuring a 1/35 helicopter with a 1/35 tank...

J

http://www.arcforums.com/forums/air/index....7822&st=180

not a tank but close )))

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CHEYENNE!!!!!

Heck, I'd settle with a nice new 1/48 Cheyenne.

I agree, 1/35 Cheyenne or a 1/35 Longbow would be really sweet.

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How about a new long-fuselage Huey series (D/H/N/412), UH-34, OH-58A/C, Bell 207/407 long fuselage; all in 1/35 and all to the quality of their UH-1C kits.

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Honestly, I wouldn't count on seeing a lot of new 1/35 stuff. It's too big and the tooling costs (vs sales numbers) is too high. In 1/48 some of the things mentioned might very well come to pass.

J

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I'd love too see the following in 1/35th:

AH-1F Cobra

-or-

AH-64A/D Apache - AH-64D Apache Longbow (correct stenciling and moldings - pretty much take Hasegawa's 1:48 kit and turn it into 1:35)

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I would love to have the SH-60B/F/R, Jay Hawk, and a AH-64 in 1/35.

Mike

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Man yea, could definitely echo the '64 in 1/35. Wouldnt mind seeing the MH-53J Pave Low in 1/48, to go along w/ the Super Stallion & the Sea Dragon.

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I would love to see a series of H-34 kits. First on my list would be a USMC version from Vietnam. This would also be a good choice from a marketing standpoint. Many versions and this helicopter was flown by all of the NATO nations, Japan, etc. Should have a good appeal.

2nd on my list would be a new AH-1 series.

Normally I would also include a UH-1D/H/N but given the time I have invested on my current Huey, I think I need to give myself a break from UH-1s for a bit :)

John

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hi friends

A good 1/35 kit means for me without 1 year of work on it.

what about a seaking ?

An Apache will be great for me too...in latest accademy standards

norbert

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I'll be happy if they would even come out with a AH-1T instead of just re issuing the same stuff over and over again.

I don't even dare to hope for the other stuff listed here!

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I agree with most of you guys request, how about an Alouette III, Westland Lynx, Gazelle etc.

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