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Oops, missed the tag.  I'd prefer 32nd scale but whatever.

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* I'd like to see Cyber-Hobby move into the "F" series BF109, but with the same accuracy of their "E" series kits in 1/32 scale.

* Great Wall Hobby to do the A20 series bombers

* Then with the success of the A20, start the much wanted A26 Invader in 1/48th

* Asuka to do a Sherman Calliope in 1/35th

* Asuka to do the M12 GMC

* AFV to do a mid sixties M109 used in Vietnam.

gary

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f5guy   

My top five new tools:

72nd F-5E/F

32nd F-5E/F

72nd A-5 Fantan

72nd T-45

72nd TF-102

 

Fred K.

 

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I'd love to see a 1/48 F11F, F-86A & H, and an FJ-3. Unfortunately, the only company likely to produce them is Kitty Hawk. After the mess they made of the F2H-2, I'm not sure I'd trust them not to screw it up.

 

Ben

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Stephen   

New Tool

 

1/48 RF-8A/G Crusader

1/48 Hawker Hunter

1/48 Bristol Beaufort

 

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Kurt H.   

A 1/48th F-11F is one I would also like to see.    With all the subjects which have been revisited with new kits in the past few years, maybe it will happen one of these days.

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What I would love to see:

 

1/48 F-86H, perhaps Special Hobby since they have done it in 1/72 and have done the K model Sabre Dogs in 1/48.

 

1/48, 1/72 FJ-2, FJ-3 Fury. Honestly surprised someone hasn't plugged these two holes in the Fury/Sabre line in these scales as mainstream styrene kits.

 

1/48 a proper T-37 Tweet, not just a repainted Dragonfly given the lower fuselage profile is different.

Edited by Jay Chladek

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EA-6B Prowler 1/32 

ch-53E pave low III 1/35

CH-46e 1/35

navy accesories 1/32

.....

 

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jimm33   

Absolutely a F-86H plus the FJ Fury series. Honestly, I would love to see someone else tackle the Banshee, done right. Otherwise, a new tool F-89J and F-102.

For helos, how about a HO4S and HUP-2. All of the above in 48th.

 

Jim

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phantom   

I agree with the 1/48 CP-140 Aurora, otherwise known as a P-3 Orion.

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parche   

Quarter-scale:

 

Yak-28

Tu-128

Su-30MKI

Denel Cheetah series

SR-71

 

1/144:

 

VIRGINIA SSN

LOS ANGELES SSN

 

1/350:

 

VIRGINIA SSN

TRITON SSN

 

Cheers, 

 

Dave

 

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Mizar   

people getting smarter and downscaling their effin and various aggressor decals in 72

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HomeBe   

I ask too much :whistle:

New tool injected kits...

 

1/48th British Aircraft:

- Supermarine Scimitar F.1

- Blackburn Firebrand TF.IV/.5

- Supermarine Swift FR.5/.7

- Fairey Gannet AEW.3

- Gloster Meteor NF.14

- De Havilland Vampire/(Sea) Venom family

- Hawker Hunter family

- DH89 Dominie/Dragon Rapide

- DH.104 Dove/(Sea)Devon

- Avro Vulcan B.2

- HP Victor

- Britten Norman BN2B/T Islander/Defender

- Hawker Beechcraft 350CER Shadow R.1

- Raytheon Sentinel R.1

- Handley Page HP.137 Jetstream T.Mk.1/.2 (C-10A)

- BAe 125 Dominie T.Mk.1/CC.1/.2./3 (C-29A, U-125)

- BP Balliol/Sea Balliol

- Bristol Brigand

- Percival Pembroke/Sea Prince

- Avro Shackleton

- Westland Whirlwind (helicopter!)

- Bristol Belvedere

- Vickers Varsity T.1

- de Havilland DH.82 Tiger Moth

- DHC.1 Chipmunk T.10

- Agusta Westland AW159 Wildcat

 

1/48th US Aircraft:

- McDonnel F2H-3/-4 Banshee 

- McDonnell FH-1 Phantom

- North American FJ-2/-3 Fury

- Grumman F-11F Tiger

- Vought F7U Cutlass

- Lockheed T2V Seastar

- North American F-86A/L & H Sabre

- North American F-82 Twin Mustang

- North American Rockwell OV-10A/D Bronco

- Gulfstream C-20A/B/C/D/F/G/H

- Beech (200 &350) C-12 (Super) King Air, Huron, Guardtrail etc.

- Douglas ( R)B-66 Destroyer

- North American AJ-1/AJ-2 Savage

- North American ( R)B-45 Tornado

- Cessna (A)T-37 "Tweety Bird"

- Lockheed P-3 Orion

- Lockheed P2V Neptune

- Fairchild C-119F/G Flying Boxcar

- Lockheed L.1049/C-121 Super Constellation/Warning Star

- Boeing (K)C-135 Stratotanker

- Boeing KC-97 Stratotanker

- Boeing (K/R)B-50 Superfortress

- Convair T-29 & C-131 Samaritan

- Douglas DC-4/C-54A Skymaster

- Boeing B-47 Stratojet

- Fairchild C-123 Provider

- Sikorski S.55/H-19

- Kaman H-43 Huskie

- Northrop B-2 Spirit

 

1/48th Russian/Soviet Aircraft:

- Yakovlev Yak-25/-26/-27/V/R "Flashlight", "Mangrove"

- Yakovlev Yak-28B/L/I/BI/RR/P/PP/U "Brewer", "Firebar", "Maestro"

- Ilyushin Il-28 "Beagle" 

- Yakovlev Yak-130 "Mitten" 

- MiG-9 "Fargo" 

- Beriev Be-6 Madge

- Beriev Be-12 Tchaïka

- Tupolev Tu-128 "Fiddler"

- Tupolev Tu-16 "Badger"

- Tupolev Tu-22/M "Blinder" & "Backfire"

- Yakovlev Yak-141 "Freestyle"

- Mil Mi-8 & Mi-17 "Hip"

- Mil Mi-6 "Hook"

- Mil Mi-14 "Haze"

- Kamov Ka-25 "Hormone"

- Sukhoi PAK-FA T-50

 

1/48th French aircraft:

- SO.4050 Vautour IIA/B/N

- AMDBA Super Mystère B2 (SMB2)

- MD.454 Mystère IV

- Bréguet Br.1050 Alizé

- Nord 2501 Noratlas

- MD.450 Ouragan

- Morane-Saulnier MS.760 Paris

- C-160 Transall

- Dassault Mystère/Falcon 20

- Sud-Aviation SA.321 Super Frelon

- NH90 TTH/NFH Caïman/Sea Lion

- Sud-Aviation SA.316 Alouette III

- SA.330 (Super) Puma, AS.532 Cougar, EC.725 Caracal

- SA.341/342 Gazelle

 

1/48th Canadian, Chinese, Italian, Swedish etc. Aircraft:

- Avro CF-100 Canuck

- Nanchang A/Q-5 "Fantan"

- Xiang JH-7/FBC-1 Flying Leopard

- AIDC F-CK-1 Ching Kuo 

- Fiat G.91Y Yankee and G.91T two seats Gina

- Saab J-21R

- Fuji T-1A/B

- FMA IA-58 Pucarà

- Pilatus PC-7

- Pilatus PC-9

- Shenyang J-8 "Finback-A"

- CASA C-101 Aviojet

- Hispano Aviacion HA-200 Saeta & HA-220 Super Saeta 

- Alenia Aermacchi M-346 Master

- IAR.99 Soïm

- Dornier Do.27

- Dornier Do.28 Skyservant

- Piaggio P.166 Albatross

- Piaggio P.180 Avanti

- de Havilland Canada DHC-4 (C-7) Caribou

- de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter

- Agusta Westland AW109 Hirundo 

- Kawasaki Heavy Industries OH-1 Ninja

 

V.P.

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Kurt H.   

If this is going to be a full on wish list thread, I have 1 reasonable wish which has gone unfulfilled

 

1/48 RF-101 A/C

 

 

Kittyhawk announced it a few years ago but it has yet to surface.  My other wishes are delusional, even in 2017 and i will not waste yalls time. :thumbsup:

 

 

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parche   
49 minutes ago, Kurt H. said:

If this is going to be a full on wish list thread, I have 1 reasonable wish which has gone unfulfilled

 

1/48 RF-101 A/C

 

 

Kittyhawk announced it a few years ago but it has yet to surface.  My other wishes are delusional, even in 2017 and i will not waste yalls time. :thumbsup:

 

 

That would be nice

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anj4de   

Hello all

 

My wishes...

 

1/48:

-RF-8

-F-86A

-F-11

 

1/32:

-A good F-14!

-F4U-4 (Tamiya)

 

cheers

Uwe

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bdt13   

A new tool (reasonably detailed cockpit, landing gear, and gear bays), accurate, A-10 Warthog in 1/72. Ideally could be built as an A, A w/ LASTE mods or the various flavors of C (I'm sure I missed something). Weapons/stores would be optional; if included, they should be accurate and be plausible for the markings/version/timeframe. 

 

While we're on the subject of external stores, I'd like to see in 1/72:

US 7-shot rocket pods (Eduard, I'm looking at you)

Mk. 80 series bombs with various updates seen since the 1970's - air burst fuses, newer tail units including AIR ballutes and modern low-drag fins

GBU-54 (500 lb JDAM w/ added laser guidance)

Proper markings for GBU-12 (the markings are orange, not yellow!)

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