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Ursinus Float Plane with retractable floats.               I think a re-release of a navy version (with floats) of something they have already always is a good idea. Low cost, lots of fu

My vote is for: 1.- Lohner Type L 2.- Aviatik Berg D.I 3.- Etrich Taube   Regards,

albatros D III because of the paintjobs short admirality 184 nieuport 17

Wondering why those who originally voted for the Camel don't just edit their post with a different selection so it's not wasted, I did.

The same could apply to those who voted for the Felixstowe, just saying.

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OK...after doing an unofficial count, here are the results so far:

 

 

Spad XIII - 24 votes.  Runaway winner

Fokker Dr I. - 19 votes.  Also big winner, I was a bit surprised it wasn't higher.

Nieuport 17 - 14 votes.  Another obvious favorite, as it was used by so many French and British pilots.

Albatros D III (including D 1 and D 11) - 9 votes.  Not that surprising.

Taube - 8 votes.  This one surprised me.

Hanriot HD1 - 7.  Another surprise. 

Caproni Ca.3 - 6

Breguet XIV - 6

Sopwith Dolphin - 5

Siemens-Schuckert D.III - 5

Be2c - 5

Handley Page O/400 - 5

Albatros C VII - 5

Fokker DVIII - 5

Handa-Brandenberg D1 - 5

Aviatik D1 - 5

Junkers D 1 - 5

Short 184 - 4

Macchi M5 - 4

Lohner L - 4

Avro 504 - 3

Nieuport 27 - 3

Sopwith 1 ½ Strutter - 3.  I'm surprised this didn't rank higher.

Halberstadt D II - 3

Armstrong Whitworth FK.8 - 3 votes.  I'm still betting on this being a WNW release.

Halberstadt CL.II - 3

Fairey IIID/F - 2

Spad XII - 2

Nieuport 28 - 2

Ansaldo SVA5 - 2

Vickers F.B.5 - 2

Fokker D II - 2

Hansa-Brandenberg C.1 - 2

Caudron G.3 - 2

Caudron G.4 - 2

Albatros W.4 - 2 votes.  But I bet it would sell like hotcakes.

Albatros B-type - 2

Gotha GLVii - 2

 

I left out the one-vote candidates, but I think the Friedrichshafen F33E would also do well.

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OK...after doing an unofficial count, here are the results so far:

 

 

Spad XIII - 24 votes.  Runaway winner

Fokker Dr I. - 19 votes.  Also big winner, I was a bit surprised it wasn't higher.

Nieuport 17 - 14 votes.  Another obvious favorite, as it was used by so many French and British pilots.

Albatros D III (including D 1 and D 11) - 9 votes.  Not that surprising.

Taube - 8 votes.  This one surprised me.

Hanriot HD1 - 7.  Another surprise. 

Caproni Ca.3 - 6

Breguet XIV - 6

Sopwith Dolphin - 5

Siemens-Schuckert D.III - 5

Be2c - 5

Handley Page O/400 - 5

Albatros C VII - 5

Fokker DVIII - 5

Handa-Brandenberg D1 - 5

Aviatik D1 - 5

Junkers D 1 - 5

Short 184 - 4

Macchi M5 - 4

Lohner L - 4

Avro 504 - 3

Nieuport 27 - 3

Sopwith 1 ½ Strutter - 3.  I'm surprised this didn't rank higher.

Halberstadt D II - 3

Armstrong Whitworth FK.8 - 3 votes.  I'm still betting on this being a WNW release.

Halberstadt CL.II - 3

Fairey IIID/F - 2

Spad XII - 2

Nieuport 28 - 2

Ansaldo SVA5 - 2

Vickers F.B.5 - 2

Fokker D II - 2

Hansa-Brandenberg C.1 - 2

Caudron G.3 - 2

Caudron G.4 - 2

Albatros W.4 - 2 votes.  But I bet it would sell like hotcakes.

Albatros B-type - 2

Gotha GLVii - 2

 

I left out the one-vote candidates, but I think the Friedrichshafen F33E would also do well.

 

Wow! Thanks for counting HMSLion! The top vive after december 15th will be on Poll to see with one is the most.wanted one! So still plenty of time to vote and chance all!

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The way I see it, WNW knows one thing...the demand for a Spad XIII, Nieuport 17, and Fokker Dr-1 is high.  Other than those three, there's a fairly sizeable pack.

 

Not that I expect WNW to tackle them in order.  There is the non-minor matter of having adequate reference materials, and the simple truth is that WNW has a habit of introducing kits that are not among The Usual Suspects.  WNW appears to have a philosophy of educating people about First World War aviation...which means doing kits outside the Fokker Triplane and Sopwith Camel.

 

I'm betting on a BE2c or an FK.8 within the year.

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The way I see it, WNW knows one thing...the demand for a Spad XIII, Nieuport 17, and Fokker Dr-1 is high.  Other than those three, there's a fairly sizeable pack.

 

Not that I expect WNW to tackle them in order.  There is the non-minor matter of having adequate reference materials, and the simple truth is that WNW has a habit of introducing kits that are not among The Usual Suspects.  WNW appears to have a philosophy of educating people about First World War aviation...which means doing kits outside the Fokker Triplane and Sopwith Camel.

 

I'm betting on a BE2c or an FK.8 within the year.

In that case they SHOULD produce a 0/400.

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