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New Releases by Solent

New Releases by Solent

Solent has announced a pair of new releases. SOM 009 Falaise a British cross-channel ferry of 1947 SOM 010 Grebe a British freighter of 1947

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USA Models Added

USA Models Added

We have added a small number of products from USA Models to the site. They were the in house brand of Morning Sunshine Models. Most of the stock we acquired from MSM was kits. Fairly easy to work with and similar to the Superior kits in the amount of work required. We also have stock of one completed model, the Spanish heavy cruiser Canarias from 1937.

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Our Catalog Is Growing

Our Catalog Is Growing

We've added another 50 models to the Albatros Civil section of the web site. These are new models that did not have photos when we launched and thus did not make the cut. Everything from 19th century passenger ships to tugs to modern ferries to fishing trawlers.

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May Hai Releases

May Hai Releases

Peter Krtina of Hai has released the list of the next round of Hai models. HAI 861 Sultan British battleship after re-construction as in 1896 HAI 862 Fisgard I ex Spartiate British training establishment ship as in 1927 HAI 863 Vulcan British submarine depot ship as in 1910. HAI 864 Alexandra British battleship before conversion as in 1877 HAI 865 Superb British battleship after conversion as in 1891 HAI 866 Shikinami Japanese destroyer after conversion as in 1906 HAI 867 Uji Japanese gunboat as in 1903 We expect these to arrive in early to mid May.

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Coming Next From Navis

Coming Next From Navis

Navis is working on their "N" version of HMS Neptune (NA 106N) as in 1911 in order to complete the upgrading of the British dreadnought battleships. We expect to see it around mid-May. To clear space for the new model we are closing out our stock of the old NA 106 model. We only have a few left in stock and this is your last chance if you want a new copy of the cleaner, more sturdy version of the model.   Buy NA 106 Neptune

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