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Old 12-17-2007, 04:08 AM
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For mine
Really, really like..
Churchill Mk1 or a Mk IV
Daimler Armoured Car Mk1/2
Humber Armoured Car Mk1/2/3 (not fussy really any would do)
Charioteer/Challenger and other Cromwell Hybrids.
Sexton
Matador and 5.5 inch Gun
3.7 in AA Gun
.. need I go on.. anything British Really.

How about a Tunguska or a nice spanky new T-80 for modern.
FV432 Series, FH-70 155mm..
Yep, really dreaming there.
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Old 12-17-2007, 04:43 AM
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I'd like to see:

- New Pz. II ausf. C -> an easy job for Dragon
- Panzerjager I
- A decent Hotchkiss H39 -> Come on Bronco! You can do it!
- Renault R35
- Renault R40
- AMR 33/35
- Lorraine 37L
- Panhard 178
- Renault ACG1/AMC 35

It will take decades before all this will be avaliable in plastic but I think those early war French camo schemes are very interesting so I had to bring it up!

Erik
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Old 12-17-2007, 06:12 AM
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i would really love to see an Einheitsdiesel-Lkw in plastic, as the resin versions are too expensive for me.

And a Fw190A3 in 1:24 to get rid of the old Airfix kits.

Stefan
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Old 12-17-2007, 06:55 AM
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Here's my list:

De maz tank transporter
T-62
T-72
T-80
T-90
CV 9030
Sisu and Patria APC
A new MT-LB
A new BMP 1 and 2
BTR 60
A dimentionaly correct STRV 103
STRV 104 or 105 > Come on AFV!
BUK m1
ATS 59

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Old 12-17-2007, 07:10 AM
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Don't know... I have to finish a Tiger 1, paint a Spae. Pz. 2 Luchs and also have a Schimmwagen and a three aircrafts...
I've had so much to do in these last month that I didn't work on anything...
So I won't probably get any kit, but a compressor if I evere manage to gather enough money.
Anway, I would like to see something new from DML, nevermind what!
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Old 12-17-2007, 12:40 PM
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Dragon Tiger I, early and mid versions
Tristar Grille
a new Sdkfz 7, both prime mover and flak versions
Panzer IV H and J from Dragon
a new line of sdkfz 250 neu from AFV Club would be sweet!
new Jagdpanzer IV L/70 and StuG IV from Dragon
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Old 12-17-2007, 05:38 PM
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I'd be happy if manufacturers would stick to their schedule instead of all those 'they've been waiting this one' surprise releases ...
Just check the various listing of kits, and see what has been announced in December 2006, delayed until late 2007, and now scheduled for 2008. :yawn: ...

Anyway, I'd like to see AFV Club finally releasing their M5A1 kit, their new Bofors and the rumoured Churchill kit.
DML can make me happy with the promised M3 HT series.
Bronco should make some more British Stags and Humbers, and while they have the Crusader turret for the Mk III Stag, a Crusader gun tanks should be feasible too.

Cheers, MartinD
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Old 12-18-2007, 10:53 AM
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I would love for Tristar to do a Panzer IIIE/F/G series all in one box. You could do both the 37mm and short 50 mm armed versions. Kinda like Dragons old Imerial Series Panzer IIIE kit. Another easy one for Tristar would be a 38(t) Ausf A.

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Old 12-19-2007, 12:53 PM
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Hmmm...how about the "old" kits that I have had boxed away for so long?

Not having been on the internet for near six months, my mind is still boggling from all the kits that have come out during my absence.

But it would be nice to see some more modern Soviet vehicles....so many possibilities!
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Old 12-19-2007, 01:58 PM
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My wish list:
Scammel, Bruckenlecker, sdkfz7 and 8 in 1/72 scale. Some bikes: BMW, Zunzapp in that scale, too.
35-scale: nothing for me for now. Looks like everything is coming anyway.

Niko
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