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CD144015 - 1/144 B-36 Peacemaker


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Note the Roden kit is the B-36B, with six turning and zero burning.  The box art doesn't show the outer wing(s) so it may not be obvious this (B) version does not have the  four podded J47 turbojet engines.  I don't know if Kursad's sheet will include marking for a B model, so we may have to wait and see if Roden releases a D/F/G/H/J variant.

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14 hours ago, habu2 said:

Note the Roden kit is the B-36B, with six turning and zero burning.  The box art doesn't show the outer wing(s) so it may not be obvious this (B) version does not have the  four podded J47 turbojet engines.  I don't know if Kursad's sheet will include marking for a B model, so we may have to wait and see if Roden releases a D/F/G/H/J variant.

I have no doubt it’ll be modular to put out as many variants as possible. Start with the least interesting version first and go from there. 

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If this kit is like other Roden or AModel kits, the extra parts may be included in all the boxings.  Just a thought.

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45 minutes ago, Spruemeister said:

If I’m seeing thing right, Kitlinx is showing pre orders available for the 1/144 B-36B kit as ROD347, and another pre order for ROD737 which is a 1/72 B-36B. 

 

Are we we getting a new tool 1/72 Peacemaker too?

 

Rick L. 

Looks like a typo. The picture is of a WWI type truck and if you search that product number you get many mentions of a WWI pigeon truck.

 

 Sean

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Almost done, I only have to figure out how to lay out the multiple sheets to minimize the cost. Let's wait until we see what the kit decals look like.

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No - it is a multiple-sheet set, much like the 1/72 scale B-52. B-1 and many other items in my line-up. All those markings and wing walkways take a lot of space.

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