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1/144 German S-100 S-Boat

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Thomas at Tea and tank highlighted an interesting 1/44 vessel that is available as a bonus with a (Del Prado (or equivalent)) monthly issue of 1/1250 ships.
With some additional modeling to it and a lick of paint, it would probably turn out a nice looking boat!?

http://teaandtank.blogspot.co.uk/2015/0 ... ow-in.html

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/E-boat

This got me searching and I found these:
http://www.olddogmodels.com/photo-etche ... -n003.html
http://www.olddogmodels.com/photo-etche ... -n004.html

http://www.olddogmodels.com/photo-etche ... -n002.html

I have seen this company produce photo etch for the Revell Kits, but I don't know who would make a kit of this?

Which means there must be another 1/144 S-100?

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VERY interested in getting one of these.
I think it is De Agostini BUT it might be Del Prado or even Eaglemoss.
any ideas Martin?
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Peter

I did a but I digging, but couldn't unearth anything.
Either fir Thi item specifically, or the associate serialised models.
I haven't done the checking if the various homepages by country for the usual publishers of this kind if thing.

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I suspect it is Deagostini Atlas Editions.
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indeed it is : http://www.kriegsschiffe-sammlung.de/
interestingly the website indicates these are been sold in a number of territories.

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And, if you've got the room, why not add a 1/250 Yamato? Or a 1/12 Spitfire?
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for that Spitty.. do i read that as 34Euro per month for something close to 3 years....?

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Yes, some of these kits end up costing thousands! Which you could buy some amazing items - or, pacify the other half for good with a stunning bit of <gem>+<precious metal>:format of choice :lol:

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I've often whimpered at that Revell 1/144 shattlebip and, especially when under the influence of Old Gruntfuttock, have nearly thrown the necessary spondulicks at it.
What has stopped me, besides the inevitable and very acrimonious divorce, is the size of the completed model.
I like this scale, largely because of its limited effect on storage space and my ability to collect lots as a consequence. Such a beastie, even in 1/144, would defeat that object tout suite.
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IF anyone sees a 1/144 Schnellboot for sale please let me know!!
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