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View Poll Results: What would you like to be the next Durafly warbird?
Focke Wulf 190 77 13.80%
P-38 70 12.54%
Kingcobra/aircobra 105 18.82%
Black widdow 61 10.93%
twin mustang 24 4.30%
B-25 31 5.56%
Gloster gladiator 34 6.09%
Fairey firefly 23 4.12%
Grumman wildcat 25 4.48%
Grumman tigercat 66 11.83%
Grumman goose 26 4.66%
Polikarpov I16 32 5.73%
Dewoitine D.520 8 1.43%
Brewster Buffalo 14 2.51%
Hawker Typhoon 102 18.28%
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Old Nov 12, 2012, 07:36 PM
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A Lysander would probably not be the slow floaty thing you are expecting, in real life they were a handful, and it was only through their complicated flap and slat arrangement that they were manageable. All that stuff increases wingloading on these small birds and defeats the purpose.
A CAC boomerang would be cool! As would an A-20 boston, solid or glass nose I don't care!

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Old Nov 12, 2012, 07:52 PM
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How about something Japanese??????????????? A Ki-43 IIIa. Or a Ki-61
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I'm talking p51, Corsair, p-47, spitfire. When they start putting planes out that aren't versions slightly different than other companies I'll be happier. I love the Durafly line I have two of them. I'd just like to see some variety. A Spitfire MK 24 is still a spitfire.
I get where your coming from. But with new ways of moulding and new materials to make these planes that have been done and done and done....
Maybe a company can get it right. Every mass produced Spitty looks wrong.
So far Parkzone would be the closest.
Durafly had to make the favourites(dollars) and now look at the aircraft there bringing to the table...
I get it your not putting down the brand... It just seemed that way.
Good work Durafly....

Hey Scott where's my Wellington....
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Old Nov 12, 2012, 08:51 PM
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How about something Japanese??????????????? A Ki-43 IIIa. Or a Ki-61
Agree. The Ki-61 is a beautiful plane and some of the late Japanese plane were unique like the Raiden. Would love a Ki-45 Nick twin but that will never be mass produced.

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Old Nov 12, 2012, 09:02 PM
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I get it your not putting down the brand... It just seemed that way.
Good work Durafly....

Hey Scott where's my Wellington....
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Oh not at all. It's bothersome for me to watch. It seems every manufacturer does it.

Back on topic. A KI-61 would be great.
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Old Nov 12, 2012, 09:28 PM
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Scott would never make a Japanese plane. Even though there is a Ki-100 is Cosford, England. He probably stares at it though his relatives window when he visits.
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To bad the Oscar will probably never produced. Maybe someday a nice Tony will make it to the market. For now I'll just have to settle with my old Royal Oscar that I'm rebuilding.
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A vote for a George

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How about a Japanese N1K2 -J George?
A George would be different and good. This one is at the Pensacola Naval Air Museum.





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Nice now that they moved that indoors. Scott Sperling made one out of a PZ -T-28.
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Buffalo anyone...

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Buffalo anyone...

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Old Nov 13, 2012, 06:28 AM
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Any twin will be fine by me. Maybe instead of waarbird they should make another civilian twin.
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Blasphemy!!!!
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I will join in with dreaming.
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Old Nov 13, 2012, 08:21 AM
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Large scale Stuka. At least a 60 inch wingspan!
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