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Thursday
Dec092010

WingSpace announces B-25s and a B-17...in 1/32nd scale!

For those of you who just read the name WingSpace and said 'huh?", you're about to become very fond of the name.  Especially if your passion is 1/32 WW-II aircraft.  This new injection plastic company located in the Netherlands has shocked everyone with the announcement of three...count'em...three 1/32 B-25 Mitchell

 

 

 

kits AND a 1/32 B-17G!  Even better, this ain't no "we're working on the patterns right now" announcement.  Not at all.  Photos of test shots are available now, posted on the website of Sprue Brothers Models and, with their permission, on Scaleworld as well.  Besides the shots posted here on the Journal page, the remainer of some 45 photos can be viewed by clicking on the Aircraft link under Reviews in the left hand column.  Please note that all reviews/test shots are listed alphabetically by manufacturer first and subject type next.

 

 

Sprue Brothers Models has been appointed the exclusive North American dealer for WingSpace Models.  As a result, you can also place pre-orders for any or all of the B-25 kits at an estimated price of $129.95 and a shipping date of February 2011.  Pre-orders for the B-17G will be accepted with a firm shipping date and price has been determined.  By the way, only 2,500 of each kit will be available.

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