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Not a great expert on the subject and my modelling focus is on WW2 but I'll have a go

In Injection Molding PCM covered a lot of the WW2 main types,

Macchi C200, C202, 205, Fiat G55, Regiane Re 2005, though these are not widely available now.

Special Hobby produced the Fiat G50.

There are also the C202 and C205 from 20th Century Models which are a dwindling asset.

There is none of the Re2000/2001 series in injection molding that I can think of.

The SM 79 as mentioned is an obvious one missing as is the Fiat Br 20

I'm sure there are a lot more

Cheers

Dennis

 

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2 hours ago, Spitfire said:

Not a great expert on the subject and my modelling focus is on WW2 but I'll have a go

In Injection Molding PCM covered a lot of the WW2 main types,

Macchi C200, C202, 205, Fiat G55, Regiane Re 2005, though these are not widely available now.

Special Hobby produced the Fiat G50.

There are also the C202 and C205 from 20th Century Models which are a dwindling asset.

There is none of the Re2000/2001 series in injection molding that I can think of.

The SM 79 as mentioned is an obvious one missing as is the Fiat Br 20

I'm sure there are a lot more

Cheers

Dennis

 

Silver Wings also released the Cr32 and Cr42 in 1/32nd scale. Unfortunately, I don't think there would be a viable market for a 1/32nd SM79, although Tigger has a Vac variant on offer I believe.

The PCM kits are OK, I would love a Tamiya or even Hasegawa version of the C202 or 205 in our scale to see how they fair with the subject.

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On 11/27/2019 at 1:07 AM, BlrwestSiR said:

This!!! 

Carl

 

15 minutes ago, IainMackayDall said:

There is a 1/48 scale edition by Fine Moulds !! 

 

Whilst VERY cool-looking, you guys are aware that this one is just fictitious ?

There is however a Macchi M-33 in 1/32, by Brach Models.
 

Hubert

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Of course if any are fans of Hayao Miyazaki Studio Ghibli animations, worth watching fo a lot of invented seaplanes in Porco Rosso flown by the Sky Pirates.

Miyazaki has a fantastic museum built in Tokyo, that is worth the visit. Their shop had a big ( must have been 1/32 ) resin assembled resin model of the Red Savoia S.21 Sea Plane for sale, to big to fit in any Sydney bound luggage.

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