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Old 08-04-2017, 06:34 AM
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Was wondering if any manufacturer is planning to produce one? Nice classic jet with sweeping wings would be awesome, plus with the engines being so close together there would be a option for single turbine. I know Fej do one but a bit small.
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Old 08-04-2017, 08:12 AM
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Panavia PA200 Tornado, Scale 1:6, from Manfred Eberhard (Austria)



The molds are now by MIBO in Slovenia.




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do you know the size?
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Scale 1:6

...more picture from the prototyp kit:
Tornado von Julius Jezerniczky

and the paintjob:
http://www.321tigers.de/modell_tigerjet2011_e.html

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Scale 1:6

...more picture from the prototyp kit:
Tornado von Julius Jezerniczky

and the paintjob:
321 Lechfeld Tigers
nice size but don't really have time to build a proper kit unfortunately
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The link above is not representative of the kit that Mibo will release to the public next year.
It will be very much like the A-10 with extra work packages.
Mibo ( or us ) can build the plane to turnkey depending on your budget.
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You guys are releasing a tornado? I still think you guys should have stuck with the A-6
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The link above is not representative of the kit that Mibo will release to the public next year.
It will be very much like the A-10 with extra work packages.
Mibo ( or us ) can build the plane to turnkey depending on your budget.
sounds good. Do you have any specs or anymore pictures?
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sounds good. Do you have any specs or anymore pictures?
Scale, 1/6.
Length: 285 cm
Span: 230 cm
Weight of the prototype: 20 kgs.
Supports twin or single engine installation.
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I have a lot of pictures, but they are not representative of the future kit.
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I did hear on another social media that Skymaster are working on one, hopefully a decent size for those of us who want one but can't store/transport a massive twin!
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Scale, 1/6.
Length: 285 cm
Span: 230 cm
Weight of the prototype: 20 kgs.
Supports twin or single engine installation.
thats a really nice size. Look forward to seeing it. Please post pics when you receive them!
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I did hear on another social media that Skymaster are working on one, hopefully a decent size for those of us who want one but can't store/transport a massive twin!
Hopefully Anton will come on and confirm this!
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MM7087 - Italy - Air Force Panavia Tornado - IDS at Pratica di Mare | Photo ID 805274 | Airplane-Pictures.net

A awesome colour scheme.
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I did hear on another social media that Skymaster are working on one, hopefully a decent size for those of us who want one but can't store/transport a massive twin!
Do you remember where you seen this?
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