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Its a new Panzer IV from Dragon

Post  Jenny Ryan on Fri Apr 01, 2011 2:59 pm

Its a new Panzer IV H cheers cheers cheers cheers well Rolling Eyes it has new box art and scratch scratch scratch scratch its not an early model Rolling Eyes or late Rolling Eyes or with zimmerit scratch scratch scratch scratch



Well the box art is new tongue tongue tongue

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Re: Its a new Panzer IV from Dragon

Post  G Cooper on Fri Apr 01, 2011 9:59 pm

cheers cheers cheers Shocked Shocked Suspect Suspect

Well. . . . It also has new decals too Rolling Eyes . And those "air filters" are also new. Eventhough I always thought that those thingys were the muffler for the little engine that they used to the turret traverse or something silent .

Oh well. It IS going to be a nice kit anyways, no matter what it is What a Face , and then in 2 to 6 months we will get one with the zimmermint Razz .

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Re: Its a new Panzer IV from Dragon

Post  Banned 4 on Sat Apr 02, 2011 10:31 pm

Well its a typical dragon kit to quick rushed in production,have a close look at driver and radio operators splash guards , they of the late squared type much too late for this mid variant. Again a missed opportunity for dragon to release a flawless kit.

Yana.

PS: its not that bad to correct that error ,for the rest its a nice kit.

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Re: Its a new Panzer IV from Dragon

Post  S P Hammerton on Sat Apr 02, 2011 11:37 pm

OH GOODY, ANOTHER PZIV

I realise sarcasm doesn't travel well.

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Re: Its a new Panzer IV from Dragon

Post  G Cooper on Sat Apr 02, 2011 11:53 pm

S P Hammerton wrote:OH GOODY, ANOTHER PZIV

I realise sarcasm doesn't travel well.

Simon

Be careful there Simon. Or they might just release another Tiger I.

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lol! lol! lol! lol! lol!


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Re: Its a new Panzer IV from Dragon

Post  John T on Sat Apr 02, 2011 11:58 pm

S P Hammerton wrote:OH GOODY, ANOTHER PZIV

I realise sarcasm doesn't travel well.

Simon

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Re: Its a new Panzer IV from Dragon

Post  bilby1968 on Sun Apr 03, 2011 2:59 pm

JT wrote:
S P Hammerton wrote:OH GOODY, ANOTHER PZIV

I realise sarcasm doesn't travel well.

Simon

Razz Razz Razz Razz Razz It made it this far!!!

And a little bit further still!!

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Re: Its a new Panzer IV from Dragon

Post  RoyBatty on Sun Apr 03, 2011 4:02 pm

Lord knows Im a card-carrying Panzerwaffe fan, but even I just roll my eyes when I see new releases like this from Dragon. Why cant they take a leaf out of Broncos book and go for something truly different? Being one of the top players in the game these days surely they could afford to take the odd gamble. Im sure thats one of the reasons (the other being quality) why, despite their price, Bronco has reached the position they have now. Im on a very limited budget, but I put off buying some very necessary new glasses in favour of two Bronco kits 'cos I just HAD to have them!

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Post  mikec on Mon Apr 04, 2011 6:50 pm

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..... I have had my eye on this one for a while, looks good.............. Smile Smile
I haven't purchased one yet, but it is on the list.

..... I love the Dragon model kits. The only thing I have ageist them, is,
it makes it a little hard these days, on your collection when they continue
to updating there models. What to do with the old, out of date ones.... ?
............. Targets....... may-haps, in your dios. I have been giving mine
to the charity bin. Perhaps, I should send them to Sean, in China. He could
us them in his modeling class.

..... Any way, I was happy with my Dragon MK IV Ausf. F1.... I am sure this
one will be nice also........... Smile


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Re: Its a new Panzer IV from Dragon

Post  G Cooper on Mon Apr 04, 2011 11:25 pm

mikec wrote:
What to do with the old, out of date ones.... ?
............. Targets....... may-haps, in your dios. I have been giving mine
to the charity bin. Perhaps, I should send them to Sean, in China. He could
us them in his modeling class.

Mike

Hi Mike:

That is a question that has been getting more and more "play time" so to speak lately. What with the almost avalanche of new "updated/upgraded" kits coming out. Personally, if I didn't have a garage already full, I would suggest that you send em all to me Rolling Eyes . But I don't want to have to find a new place to live that has a larger garage lol! . For this situation I have always felt that the older kits were great for using as "background filler" to highlight a newer kit. Like the idea of using an ooooollllldddddd Tamiya StuG III kit that gets covered with so much foilage/tree branches that you can't see much more than the end of the barrel, and the road wheels, with the new beautiful Dragon StuG III in front waiting it's turn to get camoflauged. Or something similarly covered in mud, sand, sandbags etc..... Or blown up/burned out.

And there is also the idea of considering sending them to troops in Afghanistan or Iraq. Also there are obviously other things that they would love to recieve. I have been sending things about twice a year through this site, hooking up with local shops and wholesale dealers.

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Post  mikec on Mon Apr 04, 2011 11:41 pm

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Hello Gary,


..... Good idia......... send them to our troops.............. Smile Smile Smile
and let the Marine Corp. deal with them......... Errrrrrrrr.

Be Cool,
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Re: Its a new Panzer IV from Dragon

Post  S P Hammerton on Mon Apr 04, 2011 11:48 pm

Hi Mike

I find that some of the older kits in my stash find their way to some of our junior modellers.

With new kits often being prohibitively expensive - especially 1/35th AFVs, they can be a good place to start.

It's better for them to practice on a "cheapie", than goof up a goodie.

Sending stuff to the troops gets my vote as well.

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Post  mikec on Tue Apr 05, 2011 12:14 am

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Hello Simon,


..... That is also a good idea.

How is the weather in the UK this time of the year.... ?
..... When I was TAD to VQ-4 one of the places that we
launched our ready alert aircraft from was Mildenhall, England.
I miss your country, and it's people. My wife, Leslie Waight was
born in Portsmouth.

..... Anyway....... both idea are good...... Smile Smile Smile

Take Care Guys,
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