2000mm Giant Scale B-24 - Silver

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  • Give us a propliner, in white, with some options for either military or commercial livery. Of course my vote will go for a C-131 or T-29, neither of which has ever been done in kit or other forms. I figure once I have my plans drawn and start the build, one will appear on the market...
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    • I’d love to see a 1.2m FW 190 with the right length landing gear......not many manufacturers seem to get this right! Also, would love a scale Cessna 182 that also comes with floats, similar size and offering to the Flyzone Beaver........essentially, a scaled up version of the Eflite UMX Cessna 182.

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      • Originally posted by Beetlemankurt View Post
        I’d love to see a 1.2m FW 190 with the right length landing gear......not many manufacturers seem to get this right! Also, would love a scale Cessna 182 that also comes with floats, similar size and offering to the Flyzone Beaver........essentially, a scaled up version of the Eflite UMX Cessna 182.
        Check out the Dynam 1250mm FW190.........the gear is very close to proper length and it is a great flyer.
        Warbird Charlie
        HSD Skyraider; FlightLine: Sea Fury; FMS 1400: P-40B, P-51, F4U, F6F, T-28, P-40E, 1700 F4U and a Fox glider; Freewing: A-6, P-51; VQ: P-39; Dynam: ME-262, FW-190, Waco; ASM A-26; ESM F7F-3
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        • Originally posted by OV10 View Post

          Check out the Dynam 1250mm FW190.........the gear is very close to proper length and it is a great flyer.
          Cheers for the recommendation...Iooks like I overlooked this one somehow. Looks good. Will also be interesting to see if the Parkzone FW 190 gets a re release at some point too given that bringing the Parkzone classics back seems to be a bit of a trend.......

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          • The A 26 Invader would be a good one at 1600m span

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            • Originally posted by Cws View Post
              The A 26 Invader would be a good one at 1600m span
              That would be a certain impulse purchase for me....

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              • Click... oh wait! Oh well its on the way... another plane in the hanger!

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                • Originally posted by rifleman_btx View Post
                  Click... oh wait! Oh well its on the way... another plane in the hanger!
                  Tough enough to keep from getting that P-38...

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                    • Originally posted by mr.frankenjet View Post
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                      I have some plans I bought 20 yrs ago of a 55"wingspan glow powered version I always wanted to build and never have.

                      This would be a fantastic model!

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                      • Originally posted by F22trainer View Post

                        Tough enough to keep from getting that P-38...
                        Ah yeah, that baby is a must have. Other than the tigercat, you cant find a nicer flying model. So smooth and sexy, a huge reason for making her an fpv ship for me!

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                        • Another vote for the Heinkel He-219 UHU. Of course, then they'd need to follow it up with a mosquito, but everyone knows how those would sell.

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                          • For twins, I think Charlie would come hunt me down if we released an He-219 before his OV-10. But I am fond of German twins. 'Just probably not as fond as the Market would be in sufficient numbers.

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                            • Originally posted by Alpha.MotionRC View Post
                              But I am fond of German twins.
                              Same here brother

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                                • Originally posted by Alpha.MotionRC View Post
                                  For twins, I think Charlie would come hunt me down if we released an He-219 before his OV-10. But I am fond of German twins. 'Just probably not as fond as the Market would be in sufficient numbers.
                                  I have it on good authority that a new De Havilland Mosquito FB.VI and Hornet F.3/F.20 would be very positive in the market and be a substantial boost to MRC's bottom line!

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                                  • A Flightline quality Mitsubishi Zero and FW 190A in the same scale would make fitting flying companions for the Spitfire and Corsair they have given us so far.
                                    it doesn't matter how many inferior ones have been produced by other companies earlier, we know the difference is like night and day between Freewing/Flight line planes and the inferior brands.
                                    that's why we are here pleading our case.

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                                    • Originally posted by Alpha.MotionRC View Post
                                      For twins, I think Charlie would come hunt me down if we released an He-219 before his OV-10. But I am fond of German twins. '
                                      Many of us have Charlie's back on the OV-10.....There is a need for some well done German twins. They could always have a livery option as an American "captured" version to make it more appealing to the "I'll never fly a German bird" crowd.. They did make some interesting aircraft. That's the appeal to me.

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                                      • Originally posted by Cws View Post
                                        A Flightline quality Mitsubishi Zero and FW 190A in the same scale would make fitting flying companions for the Spitfire and Corsair they have given us so far.
                                        it doesn't matter how many inferior ones have been produced by other companies earlier, we know the difference is like night and day between Freewing/Flight line planes and the inferior brands.
                                        that's why we are here pleading our case.
                                        The FMS zero is likely the best flying foam rc ever made.
                                        AMA 1102566

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                                        • I think the plan form of a Zero and a T 28 are very similar and they are both known good Flyers.
                                          I wear out FMS 1450 mm T28s and replace them with a new one regularly because they fly so well.

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