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December 12 2011 at 10:49 AM
Rob Ervin  (Login robervin)
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Response to It's Christmas....and time for our annual Wish List !

I love lists! Find them hard to stay away from. So here's mine with a bunch of repeats from other peoples.

A New Bren/Universal carrier, too important not to have a new modern kit.

6pdr/57mm guns, I will need one to go behind my new Universal Carrier

Damiler A/C, just because I want one!

M18 Hellcat, the AFV Club isn't too bad, but it's not very good either

With all the Civilian/staff cars coming out for the dark side modelers, we could use a few on the Allied side, American and British. The Tamiya 48th scale Ford staff car would make a great 1/35th scale kit, and so would a CMP Woody Station wagon with the same front cap. An Austin Sedan based on the Tilly Chassis would be cool too.

And one for the dark side

Italian M11/39 I have the beautiful Brach resin kit, but this has to be my favorite tank that there is not a main stream injection molded kit of! There were rumors last year of a new Italian company doing one, no word on this in almost a year.

I'd take a pile of WWI kits also and a Tamiya FT-17 is a dream I have from time to time!

Cheers,
Rob

 
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