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Pat


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This might be the dealer PDA is thinking of:
http://www.united-fun.com/shop1/index1.html?lang=en-us&target=search.html&lmd=0.08459322438401062

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I think he has a shop in Glasgow.

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PDA


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Pat wrote:

This might be the dealer PDA is thinking of:
http://www.united-fun.com/shop1/index1.html?lang=en-us&target=search.html&lmd=0.08459322438401062



Aye, that's the laddie†



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United Fun belongs to Andreas Richter and is located in Germany. There are a few models from Cromwell that he has in stock or in licence, but Iīm pretty sure he doesnīt have the LK-II. (Otherwise I would have bought one or two the last time I saw him a few months ago). He doesn't really stock Cromwell and I doubt if you can order through him (which is a pity, because Andreas is a very decent guy).
You might give it a try through Ian Hanratty of Friendship Models (friendshipmodels(a)btinternet.com); he has some Cromwell stuff every now and then, and sometimes sees Gordon of Cromwell.

good luck,
Michel.


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Not seeing anything for LK-IIs under Cromwell at United-fun. although that is where I found my searchlight.

please show me how Friendshipmodels URL is written, having trouble getting there.

Anywhere else?

Greetings, Josh

-- Edited by FR73 on Saturday 1st of January 2011 09:25:44 AM

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Josh,

Website†††www.friendshipmodels.com†† isn't active.


But he's on Ebay and email.

http://stores.ebay.co.uk/Friendship-Models

friendshipmodels@btinternet.com

Happy New Year

-- Edited by LincolnTanker on Saturday 1st of January 2011 11:44:15 AM

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General

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Nothing there either. This is exactly how the fruitful pursuit of the Drachen Balloon began...smile

Greetings and Happy New Year.

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LincolnTanker wrote:

Josh,

Website†††www.friendshipmodels.com†† isn't active.



http://eshop.friendshipmodels.org.uk/Our website is currently being rebuilt.

If you can not find what you are looking for please contact Ian on

his mobile 07877 166 225

home phone 0131 665 0866

or by email to friendshipmodels@btinternet.com
Might be worth the 'phone call.

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General

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Well, I sent Andreas an email, I'll see what he says, I'll be in contact with friendshipmodels soon as well.

anything else?

Greetings, Josh

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I'm looking for one issue of Scale Models magazine (June 1993). I'd like to buy it (or if someone could scan for me†an article on beutepanzers from this issue than it would also be great smile).

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Good news! I got hold of united fun and the word on LK-II's is good.

Bad news: I got a newsletter from smallscale.de, their owner Till Huber is changing careers and is not sure he'll be able to keep the shop open. anyone can still order normally, be it by phone, email, or off the site still until Feb 11. sorry to be the carrier pigeon of bad news...

Greetings, Josh

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Albert wrote:

I'm looking for one issue of Scale Models magazine (June 1993). I'd like to buy it (or if someone could scan for me†an article on beutepanzers from this issue than it would also be great smile).



I'm also looking for Tankette 2/4 (vol. 2 issue 4).



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FR73 wrote:

Good news! I got hold of united fun and the word on LK-II's is good.

Bad news: I got a newsletter from smallscale.de, their owner Till Huber is changing careers and is not sure he'll be able to keep the shop open. anyone can still order normally, be it by phone, email, or off the site still until Feb 11. sorry to be the carrier pigeon of bad news...

Greetings, Josh



That's bad news about Till Huber; I know him personally as a modest and decent person who always has some surprising models in stock at shows. I'm hoping to meet him again at the Euro Model Expo in Germany in april, if he's still in business then...



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I know it is bad news. I'm scrambling to make my last order to him, lets hope it isn't truly the last one, and that things work for the best. for all of us.

Greetings, Josh

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Well, Got in touch with United Fun. He says the guy at Cromwell is re moulding the LK-IIs.

Greetings, Josh

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Hello Men and Women of LandshipsII,

I find myself tired of Panthers/Tigers and German cats in general real or paper projects, Yes I know this is WW1/Great War forum but some may have other Era's of interest as well so.....

First,

Looking for Great War(WW1) artillery models in 1:35th scale used by any Nationality, I have a huge collection of WWII German armour for trade†OR I will pay a fair price we both can settle on, as well as shipping cost.

Second,

Also looking for Great War(WW1) 1:35th scale†transport models used by†Any Nationality Wagons/Trucks/Autos/Crawlers/etc,... Same deal as above, Also have WW2 to present time model aircraft collection, Props and Jets and WW2 figures†for sale or†trade just ask I might have it.

Thank You

Jim



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FR73 wrote:

Not seeing anything for LK-IIs under Cromwell at United-fun. although that is where I found my searchlight.

please show me how Friendshipmodels URL is written, having trouble getting there.

Anywhere else?

Greetings, Josh

-- Edited by FR73 on Saturday 1st of January 2011 09:25:44 AM


†if your after LkIIs there's 2 in 28mm coplestone castings:

http://www.copplestonecastings.co.uk/range.php?range=HA

& Tobsen77

http://www.tobsen77.de/gallery/stridsvagn.php?lan=en



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Does the scale match 1-72? I'm very wary of odd scales. that Bertha you showed me was REALLY good, but would have had to be completely re sized had not been for me getting hold of one in 1-72 direct from the former owners of FSF.

Greetings, Josh



-- Edited by FR73 on Thursday 19th of May 2011 12:09:20 AM

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Hi everybody, I am still searching for an Cromwell LK-II kit, which as everyone knows to most people is nye unattainable. I have been to great lengths to find one, so I was wondering if someone had an extra to sell or would like to trade.

PM if interested, I'll be in touch.

Greetings, Josh

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Allow me to offer you my models)

I sell them all:

Mark V Composite (Mk.V HERMAPHRODITE) British tank WWI 1/35 Interus

"Zaamurets" Russian Armored Train Rail-Cruiser, WWI Resin kit + metal parts 1/35

Lanchester - British WWI Armored Car,†Resin kit + metal parts†1/35

Mgebrov Renault - Russian Armored Car, Major Models, Resin kit + metal parts 1/35

Austin 1916†- Russian Armored Car,†Major Models, Resin kit + metal parts 1/35

Russo Balt Type C. 1914†- Russian Armored Car,†Major Models,†Resin kit + metal parts†1/35

Panzerkraftwagen Ehrhardt 1918 - German Armored Car,†Major Models,†Resin kit + metal parts†1/35

Mgebrov-White 1916 - Russian Armored Car,†Major Models,†Resin kit + metal parts†1/35


T-28 AER Moldova + Eduard 1/35
T-80 1943 Major Models,†Resin kit + metal parts†1/35
T-80 1943 PTS,†Resin kit + metal parts†1/35
T-70 1943 PTS,†Resin kit + metal parts††1/35

International shipping! Ask for shipping cost.

Best regards!

i.sinisilmainen@gmail.com

http://vk.com/yellowhousemodels



-- Edited by Sinisilmainen on Tuesday 26th of February 2013 07:47:50 PM

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I offer for sale:

Mk.V Composite, Interus, 1/35 

Mgebrov Renault - Russian Armored Car, Resin kit 1/35

Russo Balt Type C. 1914 - Russian Armored Car, Resin kit 1/35

International shipping! Ask for shipping cost.

Best regards!

Ivan

i.sinisilmainen@gmail.com

http://vk.com/yellowhousemodels



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Wondered if anyone out there might be interested in these?

I had some 26.5" track plates cast in resin for a project that never really got very far. They are 1:35 scale so 19.25mm wide. I took the detail for the dims and exact position of the rivets from the MK V** at Bovi so they are accurate.

There are 230 plates in total. Each is still attached to its casting block so please be aware there will be quite a bit of cleaning up to do on these. The plates are also plain on the inside face.

Looking for £25 which will include postage. 

Hopefully useful to anyone doing a scratch build etc and these could save them a lot of work. 

Ian. 

 



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Ian,

Are your 26,5" tracks still available?

If so, what would international postage be?

BTW, you do realise that they are 0,02mm out of scale!!!!!!!

Regards,

Tony



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Ah the 0.02mm is for linear expansion Tony :)
Will check on the postage and inbox you as they are still here.
Cheers
Ian

P.s. decals are on route.



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Thanks Ian, hope all your wishes come true in 2016.

2015 has just finished on a sour note as my wife was hit while driving and the car written off.  Thought she had broken ribs but X-rays showed that her cancer has spread again and is eating chunks out of her ribs.  We were already anticipating more radiation in the New Year as her hip is getting sore again - already had two lots of radiation there.

Life's a bitch.

Tony



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Wow thats crap bews Tony :(
Fingers crossed 2016 brings better news and progress on the cancer.
I can relate as this monday will be my first day back to work after 13 months off with a rare blood cancer. Wife was also diagnosed this year with cancer too but radio and chemo look to have fixed it.
Life can be a bitch indeed.
I do wish you both the very best in what i know are trying times.

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Pm'd you Tony.

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