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LCVP. WW II Allied Landing Craft

March 22 2002 at 2:40 PM
Ronny Noben  (no login)
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I want to build a small invasion dio in 1/35.

I need drawings/plans on a LCVP. WW II Allied Landing Craft (Higgins boat)

Can someone help me?



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Mike Powell
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Try Here

March 22 2002, 6:44 PM 



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Phil Stutcinskas
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Good source for landing crafts

March 24 2002, 1:31 PM 

not sure of the actual adress but there is a SIG( special interest group) within the IPMS UK dedicated entirely to this subject, they have all sorts of stuff for sale too including 35th scale kits and i think plans too .The guys who run it are very knowledgeable and I m sure they will have what you want.
wish I could give you an actual adress, maybe some one else knows how to contact SIGS.
Phil Stutcinskas

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Dus Adele
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March 24 2002, 1:38 PM 

Hi mate,I seem to recall
that a reissue of a Lindberg
LCVP was released a couple of
years ago.My mate bought one,
it needs a bit of detailing but
it's a good start point.Sorry
no idea of a source in the UK.

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Brian Murdoch
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IPMS(UK) SIG Landing Craft

March 24 2002, 3:08 PM 

The SIG is run by Allen Hill,I will E_Mail you his address as he dosn't appear to have an e-mail add.

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Joe Ford
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Contact address

March 26 2002, 5:33 AM 

Dear Brian,

You say you have a contact address for someone in a SIG that deals in Landing Craft and Riverine craft - a person by the name of Allen Hill?

Could you please pass his address on to me?

I'm in the process of scratch building a 1:35 US Monitor gun boat and would be interested in contacting any members of this group for discussion and ideas.


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Ronny Noben
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Tnx for the response n/t

March 25 2002, 1:08 AM 


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peter regan
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landing craft

March 26 2002, 12:39 AM 

not only do the sig specialise in landing craft of ww11 but vietnam brown water navy and i believe russian river craft.

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Chuck McNeese
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LCVP kit 1/35th scale

March 26 2002, 1:36 AM 

Hi Ronny,
Here's a link for you, to the Fonderie Miniatures LCVP kit. I've heard their pretty nice.


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andrew wooltorton
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landing craft

May 18 2002, 5:49 PM 

howdy ronnie, there is a new company in australia called atlas models and they make a kit of the said landing craft and from memory i think it costs about eighty bucks if this interests you you can find there website on pmms website in the kit update section. all the best, andy.

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