Gluefinger @Martin Oostrom: Correct again. We're only in it for the glue fumes. If we weren't we would all be buildung Artesania Latina wood models with white glue (which, BTW, would not require sanding to remove).
2. November 2018 at 06:23:35
Soeren . @ Kees
The Lancaster will probably be the only WWII kit which WNW is doing for the upcoming future.
Peter Jackson and the Lancaster are not a new topic at all and have kind of a history
And btw what did you expect from a kit which has a development time for over eight years now.
Ole Andersen In the summer of 1970 we went on a family vacation to England, staying just outside Bury St. Edmunds. I don't remember much of that vacation. I was 10 yo, but one thing I do remember is a show of sorts, and during that show, there was a fly over by a Lancaster.
Ever since, I have had a fascination about the Lancaster, so now I thinking about building one.
Either the 1/48 Dambuster / Grand Slam one from Tamiya, or even better. This 1/32 one from WnW.
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