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ACB: 1:144 HMCS Bonaventure R/C Build

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  • ACB: 1:144 HMCS Bonaventure R/C Build

    Oh MY!!! Shame their forum is currently down but you'll want to bookmark this to look over scratch build over on the ACB site.
    Last edited by herrmill; 02-15-2013, 08:45 PM. Reason: Me bad!

  • #2
    Originally posted by herrmill View Post
    Oh MY!!! Shame their forum is currently down but you'll want to bookmark this to look over scratch build over on the ACB site.





    Can't do this guys! These pics are clearly marked COPYRIGHT. You could place a link to them, but not post them to the site. I'll leave them up for a day, but the have to go! Sorry.
    Stop messing about - just get a Sub-driver!


    • #3
      With the abundance of plastic kits in 1/144, I'd love to see an Escort Carrier kit produced.
      I'm surprised that no kit makers have grabbed this scale for kits for this subject. There are of course other carrier kits in 1/96, 1/128, and 1/72. (The first two scales are a nightmare for aircraft kits and are British subjects, the latter requiring a customised transport solution and chiropractor standing by.

      Surely Chuck you could mention this to a few China contacts????
      A Casablanca carrier in 1/144 is about six and three quarter inches smaller in length than Trumpeter's 1/200 Bismark. Food for thought. I'd buy one, and in the Casablanca class there is a 100 to choose from.

      John Slater

      Sydney Australia

      You would not steal a wallet so don't steal people's livelihood.
      Think of that before your buy "cheap" pirated goods or download others work protected by copyright. Theft is theft.



      • #4
        I hear you but you'd probably have more luck getting Revell to come out with one in 1:72 to match their pending Type IX.