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BradB
#1 Posted : 10 April 2020 16:02:56

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Hello:

Just for fun, would anyone care to make a prediction as to what the next build offering will be from Deagostini or Agora? Always fun to speculate.

have a great weekend

Brad B
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#2 Posted : 10 April 2020 16:34:51

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I'll play. I think Agora releases the Shelby Cobra or Ford GT next.

Deagostini I really have no clue, so I'll guess a few cars I'd like to build

1970 BMW 2002ti Alpina

1975 BMW 3.5 CSL

or a

Mercedes-Benz 300 SEL 6.8 AMG



Currently Building:
-Porsche 2.7 RS
-Jaguar E-Type
-Ford GT40


Currently Collecting
-Ferrari F40
-Ferrari 250 GTO
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#3 Posted : 11 April 2020 09:20:08

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I'm also guessing Agora - Shelby or GT40.

DeAgostini - NO idea but another classic such as the E Type would be great.
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#4 Posted : 11 April 2020 11:09:35

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Agora: ww2 willy jeep, Dodge Charger

Deagostini: laferrari, tyrell p34, Bugatti veyron
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#5 Posted : 11 April 2020 22:48:01

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#6 Posted : 12 April 2020 14:25:57

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Actually, I hope someone can resurrect this
https://forum.model-spac...aspx?g=posts&t=29541
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#7 Posted : 12 April 2020 19:29:23

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This is from 2017 and it needs to happen. Come on DeAgostini, at least the submarine version. I wonder if Elon Musk knows about this?
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#8 Posted : 13 April 2020 07:06:58

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Sorry folks, I forgot the link to the post above.

https://plaza.rakuten.co...w01/diary/201709080000/
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#9 Posted : 13 April 2020 13:00:30

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I am up to my eyes in HMS Victory at the moment but I would love to see DeAgostini bring out a 1/84 scale model of America Vespucci. I know there are a few other companies making this but I'm not too keen on their build strategy using balsa and tissue with dope ala aircraft building.
In my eyes, one of the most beautiful ships ever built.
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#10 Posted : 14 April 2020 15:26:41

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afternoon one & all.
if Deagostini went for the lotus sprite I would have to get two models, one for the road version & the second for the submersible one. I hope that Deagostini go for the Me109 as well as piqued my interest when it was fist mentioned.
stay safe everyone.
Sparky1962
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#11 Posted : 14 April 2020 15:46:34

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...Lotus Esprit... lolFlapper

But yes, a great kit if it gets released.
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#12 Posted : 17 April 2020 09:47:43

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As Agora seem to be re-releasing others kits, how about Hachette LaFerrari Drool Love Drool
Seeing that kit appear on this forum, I bet it’s whetted a few appetites ThumpUp ThumpUp

I know I’d be in! Especially after seeing someone advertise on flea bay for £250 per issue!!!
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#13 Posted : 17 April 2020 11:41:53

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La Ferrari, please... from any source, don’t mind who... BigGrin
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#14 Posted : 17 April 2020 14:44:05

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I'd subscribe for the Lamborghini Muira:
http://www.costruiscilam...ome/?cookieLawRefresh=1

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#15 Posted : 17 April 2020 17:35:14

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Oooh that Miura looks a beauty BigGrin BigGrin
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#16 Posted : 17 April 2020 18:34:30
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https://www.model-space....la-nave-hms-bounty.html

I don’t know if this is UK/US bound, but I sure hope!
Mark Adams
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#17 Posted : 17 April 2020 19:10:42

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I don't care who, but please bring any of the following!

Ferrari 312 T4
Tyrrell P34
Ferrari 250 GTO
Ferrari F40 LM Competizione
Lamborghini Miura

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#18 Posted : 17 April 2020 19:10:45

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admin wrote:
https://www.model-space.com/costruisci-il-modellino-in-ammiragliato-della-nave-hms-bounty.html

I don’t know if this is UK/US bound, but I sure hope!


Now - I have to say I LIKE the look of that!
I'm not normally a 'boaty' person as the thought of all that rigging and rope-work is what puts me off a bit.
This one looks up my street...BigGrin
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#19 Posted : 17 April 2020 19:28:16
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wndsrfr wrote:
I don't care who, but please bring any of the following!

Ferrari 312 T4
Tyrrell P34
Ferrari 250 GTO
Ferrari F40 LM Competizione
Lamborghini Miura




They are actually ALL available. The Ferraris and the Lamborghini are all available in 1/8 from Italian makers, and the Tyrell is a DeAgostini Japan kit.

The bummer is that none of them will ship abroad. eBay is your greedy friend there.
Mark Adams
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#20 Posted : 17 April 2020 20:00:46

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admin wrote:
wndsrfr wrote:
I don't care who, but please bring any of the following!

Ferrari 312 T4
Tyrrell P34
Ferrari 250 GTO
Ferrari F40 LM Competizione
Lamborghini Miura




They are actually ALL available. The Ferraris and the Lamborghini are all available in 1/8 from Italian makers, and the Tyrell is a DeAgostini Japan kit.

The bummer is that none of them will ship abroad. eBay is your greedy friend there.



Correct! I should clarify that I wish these made it to US...
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