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Is anyone selling the Hobby Boss 1/35 T29 yet?

February 9 2017 at 10:11 PM
BradinOakHarbor  (Login BradinBC)
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HLJ still has it as pre-order, and Lucky Model is out of stock.

TIA

Brad
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David Nickels
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Its on eBay only from China

February 10 2017, 5:44 AM 

As far as I know the kit hasn't hit a global distribution system yet and no mainstream vendors seem to have it.

 
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BradinOakHarbor
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Thanks David nt

February 10 2017, 8:27 AM 

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Roy A Schlicht
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The TAKOM T29 and T30/34 kits are available from Squadron...

February 10 2017, 7:53 AM 

Don't know anything about the kits however as the subjects don't interest me.

Roy


    
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BradinOakHarbor
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T29

February 10 2017, 8:25 AM 

Hi Roy,

The Takom T29E4 is a different tank compared to the T29E1 by Hobby Boss.

Brad
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Roy A Schlicht
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I don't think there was an E4 just the 1 thru 3...

February 10 2017, 10:20 AM 

and not much difference between them, mostly the sighting/range finding systems. Only a few T29s built overall, all prototype/test vehicles. No production variants.

Roy

 
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BradinOakHarbor
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Yes, I stand corrected, T29E3

February 11 2017, 11:18 PM 

Having said that, the T29 is a personal interest for as I just like how it looks.

Brad
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Tom Hall
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So, how many of the late war heavy US prototypes are in plastic now?

February 10 2017, 6:28 PM 

Not everything in Crismon or Hunnicutt, but after all the scratchbuilding I thought I'd have to do, a lot of stuff to keep busy with, without piecing things together from all the old trashed Italeri and DML kits I squirreled away!

 
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Mike R
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Tom...can't answer your question but...did you post...

February 11 2017, 6:40 AM 

over on ML something to the effect about these US test subject heavy tanks meant you didn't need your Italeri M-47's for scratchbuilding projects now? Just wondering I'm looking for a complete Italeri M-47 for a project and I don't want to sell off our daughter for one:) Mike mmlriedeman@comcast.net

 
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Tom Hall
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I'll do a "deep archeology dig" and find it! N/T

February 11 2017, 10:52 AM 

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