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startoyz
#1 Posted : 27 December 2016 19:30:44

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How about a Shuttle Tydirium to go with the Falcon?
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#2 Posted : 27 December 2016 19:39:04

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Hi startoyz,
welcome to the forum.We are all hoping the success of the Falcon will lead to more Star Wars partworks.The R2 D2 partwork is coming to USA.Maybe there will be more in the future.

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#3 Posted : 27 December 2016 20:45:38

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I am still hoping to hear more about the possible x-wing kit. Would still love a shuttle and many other ships

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Millennium Falcon: 18% Complete
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Thunderbird 2: 13.75% Complete
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#4 Posted : 27 December 2016 21:10:59

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Metal Mech wrote:
I am still hoping to hear more about the possible x-wing kit. Would still love a shuttle and many other ships
We are just about to release R2-D2, there won't be any further Star Wars releases until R2 has run its course, though we have something in planning as a follow on which may or may not end up as a release. So for now it's time to settle down with R2 for the time being.
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#5 Posted : 27 December 2016 21:34:46

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#6 Posted : 27 December 2016 21:39:52

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z8000783 wrote:
AT AT



Al Wong does a really nice Resin AT AT.


Carl

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#7 Posted : 27 December 2016 21:51:26

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I'm no mega-Star Wars fan, but an X Wing...?
I'd be looking closely at that one!

It's just 'definitive' - like Thunderbird 2, or the USS Enterprise from the original tv series.
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#8 Posted : 28 December 2016 13:12:44

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I am all in for a large x-wing. Hopefully with servos for the S-foils, lights and opening-closing cockpit. It would be great if it could come out in 2017 sometime, but that is just the impatience in me.
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#9 Posted : 15 January 2017 18:03:40

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I'd have to give my nod to the venerable T-65 X-Wing also. Yes there are plenty of other T-65 kits out there already, but to have one in proper 1/43 as a companion piece to display next to the Falcon...That's catnip babyLove !
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#10 Posted : 14 November 2019 10:28:22

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The X-Wing has been done to death. How about a Y-Wing, the real workhorse of the Rebellion or a large, fully articulated AT-AT. The Y-Wing is just begging for an awesome release.
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Junk Pilot wrote:
The X-Wing has been done to death. How about a Y-Wing, the real workhorse of the Rebellion or a large, fully articulated AT-AT. The Y-Wing is just begging for an awesome release.



The Y-wing IS kinda like the Hurricane, isn't it?

There have been a few things under discussion, but we’re a couple of years from knowing what might emerge from those discussions.

A 1/32 or 1/24 AT-AT would be amazing. I’ve got a resin 1/32 kit of the AT-AT in the stash, but I’ve no doubt one done by DeAgostini would be vastly superior.
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#12 Posted : 15 November 2019 06:56:20

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Just some thoughts. Mellow

Tie Figher and/or one of its variants).

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#13 Posted : 19 February 2020 21:19:44

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I think as DeAgo have only been doing rebels, its time they did the Empire. We've had the Falcon then R2 now the X-Wing. How about a Tie fighter to go with the X-Wing or Boba Fetts Slave I? We need balance in the force instead of all being one sided.
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#14 Posted : 19 February 2020 21:58:38

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How about Luke's landspeeder?
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#15 Posted : 19 February 2020 22:05:19

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A 1/48 AT-AT part-work TEST RUN has just dropped. More to follow.
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#16 Posted : 20 February 2020 00:24:48

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Junk Pilot wrote:
A 1/48 AT-AT part-work TEST RUN has just dropped. More to follow.


From who?

Dragon Models was supposed to be making a 1/35 AT-AT but that never saw the light of day as far as I can find.

DeAgostini kit builds:

Millennium Falcon: 18% Complete
Shelby GT-500: 28% Complete
Thunderbird 2: 13.75% Complete
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#17 Posted : 28 February 2020 05:26:27
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Metal Mech wrote:
Junk Pilot wrote:
A 1/48 AT-AT part-work TEST RUN has just dropped. More to follow.


From who?

Dragon Models was supposed to be making a 1/35 AT-AT but that never saw the light of day as far as I can find.


It’s from Altaya, the French branch of DeAgostini.
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