Richard Alexander von WingNutWings aus Neuseeland, dem derzeit wohl besten Hersteller von 1:32er Weltkrieg I Bausätzen, hat mir am Wochenende folgende Informationen zukommen lassen, die ich gerne an meine Leser weitergeben möchte … 31 August 2015
an update on recent developments at Wingnut Wings.
-32060 1/32 Bristol F.2b Fighter (Post War) will finally be released later this year:The box art and some model information has been added to our website.
19 all new parts including late production engine cowlings, radiator shutters, instrument board plus optional fin, rudder, exhaust manifolds, spare wheel and auxiliary (tropical) radiator.
-We have added a limited number of Windsock modelling books to our website;
91001 – Windsock – Building the Wingnut Wings Gotha G.IV US$39
91002 – Windsock – Building the Wingnut Wings Albatros D.V/D.Va US$39
91003 – Windsock – Building the Wingnut Wings Fokker D.VII US$49
91004 – Windsock – Building the Wingnut Wings AEG G.IV US$49
-We have also added some special Windsock book deals to our website;
32003+90003 – SE.5a ‚Hisso‘ + SE5/SE5a Squadrons book US$69 (value = US$97)
In other news…
-Work continues on our new model of the iconic Sopwith Camel which we hope to be able to release in 2016. We believe that the end result will be well worth the wait.
We have received a few inquiries about how the rising US$ might affect pricing since we are located in New Zealand. It should be noted that, as of today, the US$ is still well below the value it was 6 & ½ years ago when we released our first 4 models. This, coupled with the fact that almost all our tooling & production expenses are charged in US$, means that there are currently no plans to re-evaluate pricing.
Wingnut Wings Ltd, PO Box 15-319, Miramar, Wellington 6022, New Zealand.