Choppa Nutta no Hunter, way to pricey !! I've had cheaper cars !
I settled for the 1:48th scale one instead
when models start getting that big and expensive I want them to fly for real
26. September 2014 at 23:33:00
Hunter Cummins lifford, I didnt get this but I will soon!!!!!!! And nice choppa, I domt trust the revell or monogram ones so I will wait to buy the 1/32scale one though lol
jermaine, I want this kit so bad though lol
27. September 2014 at 14:17:57
Choppa Nutta lol Hunter, the revell and monogram ones will not bite
and with a few Eduard goodies one could make a decent model from it
27. September 2014 at 14:46:10
Hunter Cummins I know iknow lol but what about the raised panel lines??
27. September 2014 at 14:49:28
Choppa Nutta yeah, I know, the 1:72 kit fairs better in this regard and other details, I got mine for £21 and I cannot justify the extra £380 for the 1:32 version, I shall endeavor to work around such short comings
27. September 2014 at 14:54:30
Hunter Cummins good to jear that. I have a 1/72scale b 17 that is waiting to be built
27. September 2014 at 18:02:27
Choppa Nutta yeah me too, I like mine, good detail and the bomb bay is better equipped than the 1:48 version but less presence but some scratch building here and there could resolve many issues. The raised panel lines could make good guides for rescribing the panel lines but at some effort.... too many other really good models to choose from for that price, I'd rather scratch build one and make it fly with RC
Urban Gardini Then you should see the box to the Bronco M1114 compared to what you get in the box and then you get quite a lot in the box. But I believe that the largest box out there is the 1:35 Dora...
6. September 2014 at 13:01:56
Sebastian Osaer Yeah, bronco seems to have a thing for oversized boxes, then again the detailing on their kits is superb! The Dora's a little bit above my budget unfortunately. If I'd ever buy one the 1:72 Hobby Boss version would do fine. Then again one can dream, right?
Great profile pic btw
6. September 2014 at 13:26:52
Urban Gardini Dream on mate, you need place as well for it n' the Braille Scale version is huge in itself. But the Tiffie is a bargain considerin' what you get for the money. Too big for me as I lack room for it but I'd love to build it but it won't happen! Yeah, Patsy rocks!
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