Cliff Jones Has anyone else got a Trumpeter copy of this kit? The cover art is the same, the parts layout is the same, the manuals are the same; only the maker's mark differs. It's not in any Trumpeter listing that I can see. Did they run afoul of Tamiya's legal eagles? In any case, I'm confident that the PE set that's meant for the Tamiya kit will work out just fine.
Christian Bruer Mate for sure you changed to 350 Do you plan to buy the Pontos Set? I have the set and can highly recomment it. A review is next on Modellmarine and if you want I can write one for FW too.
24. August 2013 at 08:21:04
Mike McCabe Hi Christian, no I haven't changed, this was a Christmas present about eight years ago! A review would be great though as I'm sure a lot of people will be looking to dig this old kit out of the stash.
24. August 2013 at 08:22:31
Christian Bruer Yep I will Do! Sure the kit is old but and will not fit todays molding and detail standards, but first, it represent PoW very well and the fit is extremly good.
24. August 2013 at 08:29:14
Mike McCabe It looks a good kit still and the Pontos set should bring it into the modern age
24. August 2013 at 08:36:38
Robert Brodie The top part of the foremast of my kit has been broken and I'm looking for a replacement. I'm not keen to buy a new kit for the sake of the foremast! Can anyone assist?
9. February 2017 at 23:24:08
Robert Brodie My name is Rob Brodie and this is my first posting about Prince of Wales' fore-mast.
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