Phil Marchese The B-24H kit is a rather odd listing.
The changed parts 198x timeline is inconsistent with the new tool for the B-24D, the latter having come before the H kit. The review link is dead (404 error); and in light of the lack of review, it must be mentioned that the kit is not an H series at all but a San Diego J series with some ETO modifications and the A-15 Emerson turret included. Built from the box, it does not represent a B-24H, beong absent all the features unique to the H series.
Augie Well far as the name its listed under goes, its correct. Standard practice to list them as per the box details.
The date on it is a typo I think. Info i have seen says that release for this was around 98 which would make sense with the time line.
29. April 2017 at 16:37:05
Phil Marchese Augie, that wasn t my point at all. I understand the naming convention. My point is, in the absence of a review link, that the infornmation I provided helps a buyer make an informed decison. That is a large part of what this site provides. In a less direct way, it also serves to provide a manufacturer researching the market availability, that the subject has not really been covered. Agree?
29. April 2017 at 22:56:50
Augie Oh indeed, I was just pointing out was all. no offence ment
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