cromwell, comet & a30 challenger in 1/72

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cromwell, comet & a30 challenger in 1/72

Post by sandsmodels » 10 Sep 2018, 12:45

it's question time!
we have been asked a few times recently about some of our older models and whether we could re-release them.
one of them was the A30 challenger sp 17pdr, so the question is, should we remould it?
also been asked for a comet and years ago i did do a conversion on our late hulled cromwell to make it into a comet and this could be finished off quite easily.
so please let me know what you think shall we do one or both?
thanks
shaun
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Re: cromwell, comet & a30 challenger in 1/72

Post by bannockburn bhoy » 10 Sep 2018, 16:28

Hi Shaun For myself put me down for a couple of the A30 SP,s . cheers John

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Re: cromwell, comet & a30 challenger in 1/72

Post by CarlL » 10 Sep 2018, 20:53

Shaun

I am not an expert so cant help you but I was not around (I think, on Sotcw forum) when you did the original models so perhaps a reminder of their appearance in form of re hashed photo would help elicit better informed response?

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Re: cromwell, comet & a30 challenger in 1/72

Post by sandsmodels » 10 Sep 2018, 21:13

CarlL wrote:
10 Sep 2018, 20:53
Shaun

I am not an expert so cant help you but I was not around (I think, on Sotcw forum) when you did the original models so perhaps a reminder of their appearance in form of re hashed photo would help elicit better informed response?

CarlL
carl
good idea but it would get a revamp so would look a bit different than it does now
Image
don't forget the cullins
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Re: cromwell, comet & a30 challenger in 1/72

Post by Ian Shaw » 11 Sep 2018, 07:00

Did the Challenger have open hatches, in which case I think I've got one.
Anything bigger than 6 is TOOOO big.

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Re: cromwell, comet & a30 challenger in 1/72

Post by sandsmodels » 11 Sep 2018, 08:19

Ian Shaw wrote:
11 Sep 2018, 07:00
Did the Challenger have open hatches, in which case I think I've got one.
the original model had them yes, then it was closed up as casting the hatches was a pain in the aaaaa
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