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Sparky1962
#1 Posted : 02 January 2020 08:26:58

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morning all,
happy new year.
over the Xmas period my brother queried as to whether the other thunderbird vehicles would be available as models?
roymattblack
#2 Posted : 02 January 2020 15:30:43

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Tracy Island is available as a part work but only in Japan at present.
There aren't any other Thunderbirds goodies as yet.
Mind you - just imagine FAB 1 at 1/8 scale...Love
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#3 Posted : 02 January 2020 18:06:10

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A large sized TB5 could be good. (Millennium Falcon size with wall mount)

Lots of lights and things spinning round.

Cool Cool Cool Cool Cool Cool Cool


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Dirk-Jan
#4 Posted : 06 March 2021 13:56:56

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Deagostini sold a TB-1 model (also in 1/144 scale such ad the TB-2) in Japan. Maybe it could be made available in Europe too?
mickeyflinn
#5 Posted : 07 March 2021 08:31:13

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Dirk-Jan wrote:
Deagostini sold a TB-1 model (also in 1/144 scale such ad the TB-2) in Japan. Maybe it could be made available in Europe too?


This was a repackaged Aoshima kit (2012 catalogue number 003558, although the kit dates back to 2001) with addition self coloured nose cone and mid sections.
If you check online, you should be able to still find this, although prices can be quite high.
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#6 Posted : 07 March 2021 16:59:26

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There is a small resin TB1 available in UK by UNCL and Bensmodelworld makes some VERY large TB kits.THe TB1 is almost 3 feet.I have TB3 which is over 3 feet high

Carl


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