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Post  Jenny Ryan on Sat Oct 24, 2009 2:03 am

Here are some new products from Real Model for October .

RMA 35203 Canadian License Plates


RMA 35204 Small stowage set for ASLAVs


RMD 35003 Canadian Coyote stencil data


RMD 35004 M54 Gun Truck "Ace of Spades


RMA 35205 Resin & PE Upgrade set for Leopard 2A4


RMF 35001 TANK CREW - WEHRMACHT WWII


RMF 35002 TANK CREW - WAFFEN SS - OFFICER


RMF 35003 GERMAN FIELD POLICE


RMF 35004 TANK CREW - WEHRMACHT OFFICER


RMF 35005 MODERN CANADIAN CREW 3 figures


RMF 35006 BUNDESWEHR TANK CREW 4 figures


RMA 35207 WWIi Cigarette boxes


Some really cool releases , I am getting the ASLAV accessories for my "More than four" wheeler entry Very Happy . My thanks to Miloslav for the information & may I take this opportunity to welcome you as a new member of Tanks and Things Very Happy

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Re: New from Real Model

Post  Richard Marchand on Sat Oct 24, 2009 5:30 pm

Wow! some truly great stuff here. Shocked

It's great to see so much modern stuff comingout. Those canadian and german crew will surely be must welcomed. bounce

Now, I would like to nitpick a little on the RMD 35003 Canadian Coyote stencil data, there's quite a few typos in there Wink Don't know if it is too late to make some correction before they are released?

a few example:

REMPLISSAGE DE RÈSERVOIR should read REMPLISSAGE DE RÉSERVOIR (without an accent on the O)

ENTERETOISE DE FILET should read ENTRETOISE DE FILET

CÀBLE DE RACORDEMENT shuld read CÂBLE DE RACCORDEMENT

PINCE-MONSIEUR should read PINCE-MONSEIGNEUR

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Re: New from Real Model

Post  Bob Letterman on Sat Oct 24, 2009 5:41 pm

WW II Marlboros? I don't think so. Nice stuff otherwise.

For you unbelievers, check this. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marlboro_%28cigarette%29


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Post  Miloslav Hraban on Thu Oct 29, 2009 9:34 am

Hello,
Thanks in your commended.
About Stencil Data. I add first look on CDN modern forum and next modeler forum. I don't receive any
correction. If I have ready decals from prints I receive correction, but thanks I rebuild this errors for next version.
About Marlboro, here is ready pictures.
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Re: New from Real Model

Post  Ken Abrams on Sat Oct 31, 2009 9:11 pm

Miloslav,

I think what Bob was trying to say, (although the Wiki link is a bit vague) is that Marlboro cigarettes weren't supplied to GI's in WWII even though they were in existence at that time. Perhaps you should put those on a modern set of cigarette brands...

below is a slightly deeper explanation of the circumstances as to why you wont find Marlboro's in a WWII GI's hand:

Marlboro cigarettes began in 1847 in England. The new brand was named after the Marlborough Street in London. In 1902 Philip Morris, a British cigarette manufacturer, founded a subsidiary corporation in New York. Marlboro cigarettes were introduced to the U.S. market as the cigarette of choice for fairer sex. Marlboro women's cigarettes were advertised under the slogan "Mild as May". A series of ads in 1926 depicted a feminine hand reaching for a cigarette. The special design of Marlboro cigarettes featured a red tip, which hid lipstick marks that women would leave while smoking. However, because of this the Marlboro cigarettes brand faltered During World War II and had to be taken off the market. This brand was again submitted to the market in the 1950's when many smokers began to worry about the health aspects of their habit. At the time, the majority of cigarettes were not filtered, Marlboro's were.

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Re: New from Real Model

Post  tomwes on Sun Nov 01, 2009 3:37 am

This is off topic but I gotta say when I saw Ken's avatar I thought that tough guy is saying " You wanna take it outside pal ?" Laughing Laughing Laughing

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Re: New from Real Model

Post  Ken Abrams on Sun Nov 01, 2009 4:02 am

tomwes wrote:This is off topic but I gotta say when I saw Ken's avatar I thought that tough guy is saying " You wanna take it outside pal ?" Laughing Laughing Laughing

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LOL!

That's why I love the pic so much, he looks like he's holding a fist while grimacing like a tough guy at you...

however, with closer inspection he appears to have a handful of beach sand and by the look on his face, perhaps a mouthful as well.

Wink

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Re: New from Real Model

Post  Bob Letterman on Sun Nov 01, 2009 5:54 am

Miloslav,

I didn't mean to criticize. In all periods except WW II, Marlboro was very widely used. As you know, I was involved with many production companies over the years. Every current company out there today has made the same kind of errors including all of mine. It is only human. I would still buy the set, then when building Vietnam or Desert Storm or Iraq, Marlboro packs were everywhere!

I wasn't very old during WW II, but I started smoking Marlboros after they were re-released in the early 1950s.

Keep putting out great products!

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Re: New from Real Model

Post  Guest on Sun Nov 01, 2009 3:18 pm

God I want a cigarette....anyone got a smoke? Suspect

17 year ex-smoker doesn't need to read so much about his Marlboro Reds....

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Re: New from Real Model

Post  Bob Letterman on Sun Nov 01, 2009 6:22 pm

MP,

17 years huh? You got me by five! 12 years for me. Never think about them anymore.

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Re: New from Real Model

Post  Guest on Sun Nov 01, 2009 6:32 pm

Yeap, been married about that long also, ironic ain't it... What a Face

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Re: New from Real Model

Post  Jenny Ryan on Sun Nov 01, 2009 10:17 pm

Well I think it is intriguing to know why Marlboro were not available during WWII (a mistake I would probably have made too) and why the Marlboro MAN was such a clever marketing tool . Smoking is very yuck anyway Twisted Evil , you shouldn't even smoke if you are drunk , hey Mel ? Evil or Very Mad

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