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It's Christmas....and time for our annual Wish List !

December 12 2011 at 12:33 AM
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Hi Guys,

The irritatingly cheerful Wayne here again. Merry Christmas to one and all!!
We haven't had a poll here for a looooong time. And yes, we've been pretty doggone lucky these past couple of years, haven't we?

But it's almost traditional here on the Allied DG. So let's have some fun with it (oh boy!).

Needless to say, I've got a few dream-kits. So I'll start the ball rolling...

1.A new Bren Gun Carrier.

2.A Sexton

3.A short wheel based CCKW to tow our new 105's and 40mm Bofor's!

4.An M5 gun tractor to tow our new 155mm howitzers.

5.An M20 Diamond T combination tank transporter for all our new British and Russian armour.

6.A water-cooled 50cal AA gun.

7.Humber MkIII light reconnaissance car.

I'm sure there's a few that I forgot....

Wayne (already putting up his Christmas lights) Killeen

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I've not previously contributed to one of these lists, but I'd like to have a go...

December 12 2011, 1:46 AM 

Nice idea, Wayne - a good start to the festive season!

Being a Matilda obsessive, I'll start with a couple of aftermarket Matilda things I'd reeeally like to see in the coming year:

- the different variations of mantlet (I have actually tried doing these myself, but have failed miserably thus far);
- the big stowage sack that can often be seen hanging from the back end of Matildas in the desert;
- the rack for the small "flimsies" tins (the etch Tigermodels one is quite nice, but I find I'm really struggling with it. A resin rack might possibly work);
- empty POL tin panniers, which can have tins added if needed; and
- the variation of track having welded-on "overshoes" (used prior to the more well-known "spudded" track)

I agree with your suggestions of new carrier, Sexton and Diamond T kits. I'd also like to suggest (in injection plastic form):

- A9 and A10 cruisers
- Tetrarch
- Daimler armoured car
- a host of AEC variants (Matador, armoured cars etc)
- Tasca to release a welded hood M4A2
- a conversion for the Tasca M4A4 to create DD tanks
- various Churchill AVRE fittings (bridge, bobbin etc)
- an early Crocodile trailer
- AFV Club to release M3 Stuarts (tho I'm happy they're busy with Churchills, LVTs and Valentines!)
- Morris FAT

There are probably more I can't immediately think of, but that'll do for now

And, finally, decals - I'd like to see more decals of Canadian AFVs for Italy and NW Europe. While there are some good generic AoS and formation sign sets out there, I'd like a few sets depicting specific vehicles, along the lines of decal sheets produced by Echelon and Bison. I'd also like to see nice decals for New Zealand Valentines and more British LVTs (in particular a few LVT-2s)

Well, we can always dream!

Best regards

(Canberra, Australia)

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Nice one Wayne!

December 12 2011, 4:17 AM 

Scammell Pioneer
Daimler Armoured Car
Bedfords of all types (are you out there IBG?)
1930s cars of all nations
1930s lorries of all nations

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A9 and A10

December 12 2011, 7:32 AM 

If you don't mind them in resin form Mike, I bought the masters for the A9 and A10 from Cromwell. They will be released early next year


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I Would Desperately Like.....

December 12 2011, 6:37 AM 

to see a Morris Quad. An A30 Challenger,(I have SKP's offering), An M5/9 Halftrack, Daimler armoured car and a new Crusader. You chaps have covered everything else. Oh how about a new 6 pounder and Lloyd carrier to tow it!

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Wish list

December 12 2011, 7:22 AM 

Merry Christmas one and All!
There is a similar W/L on the "General" forum.

F.A.T. is a good choice. M-20 w/ Rogers trailer another great choice. New tooled Crusader. A U.S. 37mm A/T gun. New tooled Univ. Carrier and a Lloyd carrier. A dry stowage M4A3 Sherman.

Frank Blanton

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I wish I had more time to build the stash....

December 12 2011, 7:38 AM 

I have and for more money to increase said stash. Mike

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my list , in order of desirability....

December 12 2011, 7:49 AM 

1/ A9 Cruiser
2/ A10 Cruiser
3/ Scammell Pioneer & transporter trailer
4/ M20 Diamond T combination tank transporter
5/ Citroen 23R truck from 1940 http://www.o5m6.de/citroen_23.html)
6/ Kassbohrer superheavy tank tranporter trailer (as used with Diamond T to haul the ex-SS501 Kingtiger across Belgium to Aberdeen
7/ 1930s Peugeot 202 car/"Tilly"-type conversion http://www.maquetland.com/v2/index.php?page=vision&id=1860&type=photos)

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my wishes...

December 12 2011, 8:51 AM 

A lot of great kits have appeared in the last couple years, many unexpected. There is still room however, so let's go;

1) An M18 "Hellcat" that actually looks like an M18. Two efforts so far with many citicisms of the hull form. THere are DOZENS ofthe real thing out there, but we don't have a really GOOD M18. C'mon guys, this thing can be achieved!

2) For Miniart to actually produce the US tank crew sets that have been announced happy.gif

3) An M10 with the hull and turret that stand up to the reviewers!

4) An M5-series High Speed Tractor to tow the new 155mm howitzer

5) For Dragon to produce long-announced kit #7272, the 1/72nd scale M4A3E2

6) Some resin US heads with M1 helmets in 1/72nd scale. There are many decent US figures in 1/72nd, but all too often the helmet has wrong profiles or the face has a big seam of soft plastic. A series of nice resin heads (ala Hornet) would help out.

7) A nice plastic 57mm AT gun M1-series.

8) Good 1/35th resin wheels/tires for the US 155mm howitzer and the US 105mm howitzer.

9) 90mm AAA gun - too common to be ignored forever (I hope)

That's about it for now. Merry Christmas to all!

Gary B.

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Amen brother Gary - accurate M18 and M10 kits!! nt

December 12 2011, 1:58 PM 


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DD & WW1

December 12 2011, 9:06 AM 

My wishes for 2012, besides a safe and rewarding year for all of you, are...

a styrene DD Sherman, I know it will be an expensive kit, but it would be worth it.

Tamiya did such a bang up job on the B1 bis, would love to see them tackle a WW1 British Mk IV and an FT-17.

And finally, I wish for more new Sherman's from Tasca (M4A3 75, M4A1 big hatch, M4, M4 Composite).

I think that would be about all I could afford, actually.


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Benjamin de Groot
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He`s makin` a list

December 12 2011, 10:45 AM 

And it should all be in 1/35th scale. I want:

1) for Tasca to do an AMC Somua S35
2) Dragon doing a completely revamped AMD 178 Panhard (although I could live with Masterbox finally putting it out there)
3) an accurate Hotchkiss H38 (one that does not have dimensional issues with the hull and suspension
4) a new Renault R35
5) a SU-122 by Dragon
6) for Tasca to do an M10c Achilles
7) for Tasca to do an M18 Hellcat (with these two they could do the entire M36 series as well)
8) Tamiya to revamp their Char B1 bis (add all those bulletproof hexagonal bolts on the sponson top runs, improve the antenna pod, etc.)
9) for Tasca to do a M4A4 DD
10) A new OQF 6pdr that doesn`t cost 54 euros.
11) Dragon to do a Sexton SPG

some of the non-allied stuff

12) A decent book entirely devoted to the Sd.Kfz. 234/2, including combat history and markings
13) a new-tool MT-LB
14) a new-tool 2S1 Gvozdika
15) a new-tool T-80 UD

That should keep me happy for the coming year

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My List

December 12 2011, 10:49 AM 

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!


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My list

December 12 2011, 11:52 AM 

1. LVT-3 (with parts for a -3C
2. LVT-1
3. M29C Weasel
4. US 37mm Anti Tank Gun, Injection molded kit
5. US 57mm Anti Tank Dun, Along with both regular and airborne versions ofhte 6 pounder in up to date injection molded kits.

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Re: It's Christmas....and time for our annual Wish List !

December 12 2011, 12:17 PM 

I also would be happy about a 1/35 Diamond T tractor/ trailer kit, like the ancient 1/76 Matchbox combo.

From Tasca would be happy about a plain M4 Sherman.


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Re: It's Christmas....and time for our annual Wish List !

December 12 2011, 12:37 PM 

If Santa REALLY exists, and reads this, I'd like the following please;
3.New mould Crusader (1/11 & 111).
4.DD Sherman & Valentine.
5.AEC Matador.
6.Bedford QL.
7.A.30 Challenger.
8.Matilda 1.
All in styrene please, with etch and where applicable, aluminium barrels. Yeah, I know, my wife says the same...."you don't want much, do you?"
PS. I know it's not WW2, but could I have a Bedford RL as well please seeing as I spent nearly six years driving one.

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Same as last year...plastic Scammel n/t

December 12 2011, 12:53 PM 

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If only one thing...

December 12 2011, 1:51 PM 

... a M29 Weasel!

Of course, an nicely-done M1A1 (LaFrance) wrecker would also find a place in my stash.

Oh! Now that I think of it, since AFV Club appears willing to outdo Italeri's efforts on a few Allied subjects, how about a real, state-of-the-art, 21st-century standard DUKW kit?


Hervé "Charby" Charbonneau
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Love all the suggestions!

December 12 2011, 2:15 PM 

I'll jump in and add the Dodge 1/2 ton series, M-37/M-43 trucks, 90mm AAA and a White/Corbitt/Federal for a few...

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Dream List

December 12 2011, 2:26 PM 

240mm Howitzer kit with travel option (if we can get the Morser 210/170 on the other side why not this great gun)
90mm AA gun - found in all theaters, with the late model mount
3.7 AA gun - the British 88
7.2 howitzer - with those great big ramps
A Dragon "smart" kit for the 57mm/6 pounder to make any mark of the basic gun.
4.5" mortar with Army or Marine Crew

British 9.2" Railgun
Little David (something else to drag behind the M26 cab)

M6 US heavy tank
T92 Howitzer Motor carriage
M32 Tank Retriever with a correct hull and running gear
M31 Tank Retriever
Sherman BARV

We've had every blasted German vehicle, even those that weren't more than a sketch on a paper napkin. Time for more allied vehicles.

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Short Wishlist

December 12 2011, 2:40 PM 

...MOST of all I long for a styrene, injection moulded Sherman DD (M4A4).

Thanx for listening,


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New year, same wish list

December 12 2011, 3:11 PM 

Mk I
Mk V
Mk V*
Mk V**
Mk A
Mk I Gun Carrier
Autocar armored car
A7V Tank
Ft 17
Schneider C.A.
Lanchester Armored Car


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Fabrício Menardi
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Simple wishes

December 12 2011, 3:13 PM 

Hello all!

Here my wishlist for 2012:

- Tamiya WWI British Tank Mk. IV and a F-17
- Humer Armoured Car Mk. III
- New ang Good M3 Stuart

All the best,


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Wish list

December 12 2011, 4:07 PM 

Some modern, some WW 2 , no special order:

AFVclub doing the rest of the hull series LVT-2/(a)2/(a)1/(A)4
AFVClub M3 Stuart series

Diamond T 4 t
Corbitt 6t
Mack 7t
M-37 series 3/4 t truck
M-715 series 1 1/4t truck
M-5/M-9 1/2 tracks
M1/M1A1 wreckers
GMC M34/135 2 1/2 t
M-76 Otter
M-29/29C weasels

M52 series 5t including the wreckers and tractors

M-1 series Bulldozers.

Waco CG-4A (yes, I've lost my mind)
Stinson L-5 (C'mon, it's sort of Armor... )

LCM-6 (conversion for the existing LCM-3 is a fine alternate)

So far, pretty much it

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Here goes..

December 12 2011, 5:01 PM 

Simple(s) ! -

M5 / M9 half track series
Scammell Transporter
Sexton - early and late
Lloyd and Windsor carriers
Bedford trucks - various
Chevrolet C15 Armoured Truck
Austin K2 ambulance
Fordson ambulance

NB - We don't have enough ambulances of all types...
So add some medical troops too !
And more civilians in plastic.

Happy 'Modelling' Christmas to all.


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Lets see

December 12 2011, 5:01 PM 

There have been trememdous releases these past 2 years but a few I'd like to see, all in palstic and 1/35 scale


6pdr early
6pdr late
6pdr airborne

3" Anti Aircraft gun

British Staff Cars

Austin 8hp Tourer
Ford WOA1
Humber Snipe tourer

Light trucks

Bedford MW series 4 x 2
Bedford MWC 4 x 2 Water Tanker
Morris Commercial CS8 4 x 2
Morris Commercial C8/GS 4 x 4
Guy Ant 4 x 4
Ford WOT2H 4 x 2 GS (any of the WOT2 versions would be good)

Medium Lorries

Bedford QYD
Fordson WOT8 30cwt 4 x 4
Bedford QLD GS and Fire Tender
Bedford QLB - for the Bofors
Bedford QLC 1,000 gal fuel tanker

A nice variety of trailers for the trucks.

New FATs and Chevy Gun Tractor, Morris Quad
New 15 cwts with alternative cabs.

and the list goes on at least in my dreams!

Seasons greeting to all.


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With so many...............

December 12 2011, 5:16 PM 

...ideas for new subjects why do we keep seeing things like "paper Panzer" and re-issues of older kits?

Profit is not a dirty word and the model companies MUST make a profit. That is why they are in business. The free market and Capitalism works every time.

Cry styrene, Let slip the new kits!

Frank Blanton

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December 12 2011, 5:14 PM 

I agree with Al's list on the Bedfords but there is also

QLB to tow the Bofor

Scammell tank transport and trailer

Morris FAT
Morris C9/B Bofors is already done.
Morris LRC

AEC Matador
AEC Armoured Car

Daimler Armoured Car

4.5" / 5.5" Medium Field Gun, towed by the Matador of course.

Churchill ARV
Churchill ARK's

Just a few.


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Wish list

December 12 2011, 5:21 PM 

I see that Benjamin de Groot already named many of my wishes happy.gif but here we go

Universal Carrier

Renault R35

AMC Somua S35

M10 & M10 Achilles, Sherman Hybrid, M4A2 Late and M4A1 large hatch by Tasca

Early M3 Stuart models, preferably from AFV Club

more British motorcycles, not the pre-historic Tamiya offering, thank you very much

BA-6 and BA-10 armoured cars from Miniart, with a GAZ-AAA on the way Miniart is the most logical choice to do these

Lynx scout car in resin but preferably in plastic

Miniart to actually release their YA-12

Dragon to actually release their M3 Lee

As for figures, a bunch of tankriders from Stalingrad

Many thanks in advance happy.gif

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I wish for...

December 12 2011, 5:36 PM 

My wife to check my wish list on Amazon...

Lots of books there I would like to find under the tree...

Oh, yeah...and "World Peace"...

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More German Stuff...with a twist!

December 12 2011, 7:25 PM 


I am of the believe that it is not possible to have too many German odd-ball, one-offs and limited-use designs. But I would also love to see some of the various modifications that the Germans did on French and English chassis....which obviously would require the there be new issues of French and British vehicles. For instance, I would like to see the conversions the were among "Becker's Funnies" at Normandy...and the French carriers and British light tanks that they were based on.

I also want TREADS. Treads of the proper width for the VK 4501 (Italieri)...the ones used as prototypes and trainers, not just the single version to see combat as done by DML. And I want better tread options for a whole slew of vehicles...Allied and Axis.


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David Bourland
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My wish list

December 12 2011, 8:14 PM 

1. Sexton
2. FT-17
3. DD Sherman
4. US Bulldozer
5. IJA 47mm AT gun
6. US Staff Car (we have it in 48th and 72nd)
7. Any USSR AA guns, the 37mm or the 85mm
8. I would like Italeri to convert their 72nd scale heave italian guns to 35th scale.
9. T28E1 CGMC (the US M3 halftrack with the 37mm AA gun flanked by 50 call MGs)
10. Two Allied POW figure sets. One standing around and bored to death and one digging their way out.

And, let me give thanks for all the kits that have come off this list.


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I hope the manufacturers watch these lists...

December 12 2011, 8:27 PM 

I have to say here here to just about everything mentioned here! I see alot of commonality in these lists, lets hope thr manufacturers are listening! BTW my list is in the General forum, and its pretty close to most of those here!


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December 12 2011, 10:00 PM 

I do not put anything up for these lists, I don't know why, it's kind of fun to see what everyone is wishing for. Here's my short list:
US T28 Heavy
US T30 Heavy
M4E9 tracks in vinyl
M31 (T2) tank retriever
T23E3 Medium

Mike Canaday

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I wish the rip off importers would realise their prices are ridiculous!!

December 13 2011, 2:19 AM 

When they do maybe every modeller I know will stop getting their plastic from abroad at half the cost of the stupid prices in the UK!
And breathe and relax.....ahhhh find the happy place.....

oh, and some early war Brit armour would be good, c'mon Vulcan how about more variants from your lovely Vickers kit, c'mon, you know you want to.

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Re: I wish the rip off importers would realise their prices are ridiculous!!

December 13 2011, 4:40 AM 

Actually, I don't buy nearly so much from abroad as I used to. Maybe three of four kits this year?

It just seems that the bargains in the far east webstores aren't as good as they used to be for me, and when you add on the shipping, it only saves 3 or £4. And for that kind of saving I'd rather toddle down to my local model shop and fondle boxes to decide what I want (plus of course when I import a kit I run teh risk of customs and Royal Mail/Parcelforce slapping on the charges which has made a couple of kits 20% more than UK prices by the time I've got them)

As for the wishlist, some to add

RAM Kangaroo

Please happy.gif

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Antonio Martín Tello
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Re: It's Christmas....and time for our annual Wish List !

December 13 2011, 6:30 AM 

Above all, a good M18 Hellcat
Then, some good new tooling M10/Achiles and M36
And once we are at it, a Sherman DD, Sherman Crab, M32 and T1/M31 wouldn't be bad.


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I'll add...

December 13 2011, 8:59 AM 

Bronco to release an M19 40mm GMC on the heels of the M24

How about an M37 and M41 as well?

How about a WC-64 KD ambulance to go with a new-tooled WC-54 ambulance?

Since we're including oddball stuff, did anyone mention a Matilda I?

Or a Burma theatre M3 Lee?

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Dragon Lee for Roy

December 13 2011, 12:47 PM 

Hey Roy,

Don't you imagine that in order to make the M3 Lee molds pay off we'll see a Lend-Lease Russian kit, a Buete Panzer, a CDL, a Burma Lee, One in British Markings in the desert, and possibly an M31 ARV? Maybe even a cast-hull!!

I'd buy one of each, except for the Buete Panzer!!


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A Tasca Kangaroo

December 13 2011, 1:28 PM 

I would love to see Tasca make a British (Sherman) Kangaroo and like a few other a Sexton would also be nice.


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December 13 2011, 1:49 PM 

Seabee Equipment.

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my wishes...

December 13 2011, 1:50 PM 

M29 tracked utiliy vehicle
M29C Weassel
Sexton SP gon
Tetrach light tank

José César

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Gets shorter every year

December 13 2011, 4:42 PM 

Daimler Armoured Car (Come on Miniart or bronco, what's keeping you?)
6 Pdr - M1 57mm Family (I would prefer DML or Miniart and NOT the complexity of Bronco) with Crews
Sexton SPG Mk 1 & 2 (Anyone)
A9 (Bronco)
A10 (Bronco)
Tasca M32
Tasca M4 Family
Renault Ft 17 (Tamiya)
Churchill Bridgelayer (AFV Club)
CHurchill Mk 1/11 (AFV Club)
Bedford QL Series (IBG)
Ford 15 and 30 CWT family (IBG)
Centurion Mk 1 (Hey, if the axis guys can have Paner 46 stuff)
Treadway Bridge set with Pontoons (Bronco)

Regardless this has been a great year for the Allied Modeller and I look forward to the wonders that 2012 may bring


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For Tamiya to step up their game

December 13 2011, 4:49 PM 

I like the direction Tamiya have embarked upon in the last few years, making kits of neglected subjects with ease of assembly, not to mention previously unkitted (or poorly kitted subjects that warrant redos...)

Why not continue the early war theme with a new tooled 7TP (hey, I can dream...) and then leap into the T-26 series. Do it in 1/48 first if you like, and then as with the Citroen offer a 1/35 kit. I also would like a Tamiya quality FT-17 even though I have two of the resin NKC kits. A TK/TKS tankette kit would be great as well.

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Super short list

December 13 2011, 6:30 PM 

I would love see a M4A3 dry and M4A4 DD in 1/35 plactic.

Merry Christmas,
Happy New Years,
Happy Holidays,

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Formations M4A3E2 and M3A1 Lee

December 13 2011, 9:30 PM 

Wish I had bought one or two of each before it was too late. Damn divorce!

A US veteran is someone who, at one point, wrote a blank check made payable to 'The United States of America ' for an amount of 'up to and including their life.'

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Google JTR Hobbies and email the owner

December 14 2011, 9:10 AM 

He has the rights to the Formations molds and is selling copies of the Formations M3A1 Lee conversion right now.


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Re: Formations M4A3E2 and M3A1 Lee

December 14 2011, 10:55 AM 

The M3A1 will be entering production again hopefully early 2012. The Jumbo set is still up in the air if I will be producing the kit again with the Tasca kit out.

John Rybak
JTR Hobby/Formations

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david hilborn
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I'm still waiting...

December 13 2011, 10:43 PM 


LVT-4 Flametrack like the one used on Peleliu (AFV club could do this)
LVT(A)-4 (to replace the terrible Italeri kit)
57mm AT gun
37mm AT gun
75mm HMC T30 halftrack (the one with the 75mm howitzer)
T28E1 CGMC halftrack (the one with the 37mm and M2 machine guns)
Matilda FROG flametank

Australian infantry (Pacific)
US Army infantry (Pacific)

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A few wishes

December 15 2011, 7:50 AM 

I'd really like to see the following.

CMP's, 3 ton Fords and Chevs. There were thousands of these is use by the Commonwealth armies. They can be used as everything from a Gun Portee to Radio truck and yet not one decent one in plastic.

Scammell recovery and transporter

Diamond T recovery and transporter

Mack Recovery

Windsor carrier

Albion and Morris trucks

Bedford Trucks

LRDG 30cwt retooled or new

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Allied trucks

December 15 2011, 11:29 PM 

CCKW's with short wheelbase, and also banjo axles (which requires an entirely different chassis and transfer case).

USMC International M-5-6 6x6's, short and long wheelbase, prefer open cab.

M5 and M5A1 High Speed Tractors.

Dodge M37 3/4-ton 4x4 (Skybow never released it).

Diamond T 6x6 trucks, especially the wrecker, but also short and long wheelbase cargo.

It would be awesome if Tamiya made M26A1 tractor and M15A1 trailer update kits.

Isuzu Type 94 6x4 in 1/35 scale.

Scammels, especially the wrecker.

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Brian Crowley
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Twin 40mm Bofors Naval Mount

December 26 2011, 1:11 PM 

I know it's not the traditional armor that we discuss here every day, but I'd love to see a 1/35 scale shipboard mounting of a twin 40mm Bofors. I saw a 1/35 scratch built version 15-20 years ago in a magazine that was amazing and have longed for one ever since.


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Re: Twin 40mm Bofors Naval Mount

December 26 2011, 1:18 PM 

I saw a bunch of requests for M29 weasels in styrene. This would be a great kit -- hopefully someone produces one (in styrene) before I get around to making the old Monogram kit. PLEASE!

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