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The Dragon Churchill Mk. III should be out in February...

January 20 2012 at 8:26 PM
Peter Sisung  (Login petersisung)
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Just saw the following on Dragon USA.

http://www.dragonmodelsusa.com/dmlusa/prodd.asp?pid=DRA7396

I know many don't care for Dragons approach to Churchills but I like what I've seen of them and am looking forward this next release.

Cheers,
Peter


 
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David Ilse
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NA and Italy also..plus lend lease?

January 21 2012, 2:01 PM 

just trying to place the mk.III in service.

 
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Peter Petkov
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I've had fun with mine (the Mk. IV that is)

January 21 2012, 2:24 PM 

It comes together easily, fuss-free. Yes, there are certain simplifications, there probably are inaccuracies the well-versed Churchillohollics would notice. To me personally it has been a pleasure to build, and took me about 7-8 hours with all the weathering included - I took me much more to find proper pics of the real thing :-D I like the result, and believe most of you guys would do, too.

I'll be happy to have a go at the Mk. III should I be able to procure one.

Peter

 
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