New company doing some Braille kits - Aussie M113 FSV..

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August 10th, 2017, 3:15 pm #1

...coming, didn't see a release date but some pics of the resin conversion.
Company name is Air Graphics Models, their primary focus is 72nd aviation kits.
Also a Bushmaster that they plan to release in Jan 2018??? Again a resin kit they say it just needs interior details & instructions, I hope it comes with an Emu like on the, cough, other scale kit box art!?!?
Also some discussion of conversions for the Ace Stalwart, one mentioned a bulk refuelling rig?
Got this from their FB site and didn't save a link, sorry, but some interesting stuff in the pipeline!!

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August 10th, 2017, 5:06 pm #2

Hello Graham, this is the facebook page:

https://www.facebook.com/AirGraphicsModels/
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Interesting!

August 10th, 2017, 11:43 pm #3

...coming, didn't see a release date but some pics of the resin conversion.
Company name is Air Graphics Models, their primary focus is 72nd aviation kits.
Also a Bushmaster that they plan to release in Jan 2018??? Again a resin kit they say it just needs interior details & instructions, I hope it comes with an Emu like on the, cough, other scale kit box art!?!?
Also some discussion of conversions for the Ace Stalwart, one mentioned a bulk refuelling rig?
Got this from their FB site and didn't save a link, sorry, but some interesting stuff in the pipeline!!
It seems that the masters are by Retro Kit - in the case of the M113 MRV at least.

It's a good time for modellers of Aussie armour with Mouse House Enterprises releasing a conversion set for the Trumpeter M113 that includes the T50 turret. They also have 1/72 markings for Vietnam War era Buckets and generic markings for ASLAVs.

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David
David Clark
Bellarine Peninsula, Victoria, Australia

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Joined: February 10th, 2013, 1:11 pm

these look very nice

August 11th, 2017, 10:44 am #4

...coming, didn't see a release date but some pics of the resin conversion.
Company name is Air Graphics Models, their primary focus is 72nd aviation kits.
Also a Bushmaster that they plan to release in Jan 2018??? Again a resin kit they say it just needs interior details & instructions, I hope it comes with an Emu like on the, cough, other scale kit box art!?!?
Also some discussion of conversions for the Ace Stalwart, one mentioned a bulk refuelling rig?
Got this from their FB site and didn't save a link, sorry, but some interesting stuff in the pipeline!!
look to be decent quality too
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I love the FB banner photograph ...

August 11th, 2017, 12:07 pm #5

Hello Graham, this is the facebook page:

https://www.facebook.com/AirGraphicsModels/
with the Bristol Freighter and Aussie Mk 3 4X4 GS, LWB Landrover (Series 2?) and the troops in their jungle greens and poly service dress. It must be around my vintage

Cheers

David
David Clark
Bellarine Peninsula, Victoria, Australia

Nostalgia isn't what it used to be - Simone Signoret
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I just noticed ...

August 12th, 2017, 12:13 am #6

...coming, didn't see a release date but some pics of the resin conversion.
Company name is Air Graphics Models, their primary focus is 72nd aviation kits.
Also a Bushmaster that they plan to release in Jan 2018??? Again a resin kit they say it just needs interior details & instructions, I hope it comes with an Emu like on the, cough, other scale kit box art!?!?
Also some discussion of conversions for the Ace Stalwart, one mentioned a bulk refuelling rig?
Got this from their FB site and didn't save a link, sorry, but some interesting stuff in the pipeline!!
that neither set appears to have the modified driver's hatch. It's not a big deal as it's quite simple to modify the kit part, but it is an oversight.

Cheers

David
David Clark
Bellarine Peninsula, Victoria, Australia

Nostalgia isn't what it used to be - Simone Signoret
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And sponson armour required - no biggie either. (nt)

August 12th, 2017, 1:42 pm #7

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Joined: February 27th, 2005, 12:19 am

Mine too...

August 13th, 2017, 6:58 am #8

with the Bristol Freighter and Aussie Mk 3 4X4 GS, LWB Landrover (Series 2?) and the troops in their jungle greens and poly service dress. It must be around my vintage

Cheers

David
"Aussie Mk 3 4X4 GS, LWB Landrover (Series 2?) and the troops in their jungle greens and poly service dress. It must be around my vintage"

I'd kill for a Mk 3 and Mk 5 and a LWB rover FFR suited to my time (70's and 80's)

That said, the others are dead welcome too. Wish I'd had a Bushie to bomb around in instead of just the kind we wore on our heads

Shane
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