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Phil Marchese
This kit is from well before 1971 unless there was one not shown. It dates from 65-67 timeframe at the night of the Revell WWII a/c releases.
29. September 2014, 20:16
scalemates what is it based on? currently it is linked to the Civil variant of 1990
29. September 2014, 20:21
Phil Marchese Tim, I was referring to the original tool date of 1971 , not the civil version.
29. September 2014, 20:26
scalemates euhm still haven't got a clue what you want to say. Does your remark mean that the link shown between this kit 04309 and the civil version is wrong?
29. September 2014, 20:28
Phil Marchese No. I m saying the date of 1971 at the far left , top line for the new tool maritime patrol bomber should be in the mid-1960s.
29. September 2014, 20:30
scalemates ok, makes it confusing when you say "this kit" and add put the comment under the 04309 product
29. September 2014, 20:31
Phil Marchese IThat is exactly why a product timeline should follow your original rule of only one new tool and each new tool be a new timeline.
29. September 2014, 20:38
scalemates You post a comment of product A under product B, and I have to understand that you talk about A and not B? That is confusing, and your comment about "original rule" even more :S
29. September 2014, 20:41
Phil Marchese The example was about the timeline update and my comments were about the timelines. You used the FW200 as the example of the new timelines so I when to see it and made comments about the timelines and obviously the timelines are still concusing .
29. September 2014, 22:07

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