[WWI] I Wanna' Buy an Eduard Hanriot
csavaglio at hotmail.com
Wed Jan 26 17:34:20 EST 2005
I bought the limited edition one the first time I saw it, just for the
markings. In fact, the shop had all the versions of the Hanriot, the
floatplane profipack and the regular kit along with the L.E. I was sold the
second I saw the markings. I almost bought a second Hanriot kit just cause
I can't decide which of the 4 in the L.E. to do. I may need a third one now
that I think about it.
>From: Sean Brian Kirby <acebuilder2003 at yahoo.com>
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>Subject: [WWI] I Wanna' Buy an Eduard Hanriot
>Date: Wed, 26 Jan 2005 13:37:38 -0800 (PST)
>My local hobby shop (the wonderful Overlea Hobbies)
>has two kits of the Hanriot, bot beautiful, and both
>I'd love to have the cool resin cushions and such that
>show up in the Limited Edition - not to mention the
>all those neat Italian markings. But the original
>Profipack, $10 cheaper, has an alternate tail, and
>other resin that appears not to be present in the
>Which kit would any of y'all recommend? If I'd like to
>build a U.S. Navy version (not the ones represented in
>the Profi'), might I need that resin rudder? Or should
>I get the Limited version, with it's cool pads and
>markings, because the other kit will always be more
>(In the end, I will probably have both.)
>Oh! And what's up with the apparent lack of the resin
>gun bits in the new, Limited D.III?
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