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MUSTHAVE! 1/48 scale
Curtiss Mohawk Mk.IV

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New model company MUSTHAVE! Models has provided the following information about their two debut releases:

We are proud to announce a new brand of quality models : MUSTHAVE!.

Who are we? A new company gathering toy-market and hitech plastic industry professionals.

Modellers ourselves, we will select and produce subjects for modellers.


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Our kits are multi-media. Each and every part of the model is produced in the best material possible for its reproduction. Of course, injected plastic with the best practices will be mainly used, but resin and photo-etched parts will also be used when additional detail is required.

You will also find high quality decals for premium markings rendering.



An all-in-one product, completed by comprehesive instructions, soon followed by a detailled web-site giving reference and hints will be our guaranty for quality. Our choice of subjects and scales will be mostly aeronautical, but we may address other areas...

Presented in highly illustrated boxes, our kits will be produced in limited quantities of 2000 items each.



Our first subject, based on the Academy kit, is a 1/48 Mohawk IV, one of the first planes to fight against the Axis forces, and that became famous in the Far East with the RAF (available soon).

Our second kit, once more in 1/48 scale, will be the North American F.86K, Sabre Dog famous in European skies in the 1950-60s… (Available in November 2011).



The third kit, produced in both 1/48 and 1/72 will be even more famous...

Thanks to MUSTHAVE! for the information.

Images Copyright 2011 by MUSTHAVE!
Page Created 6 October, 2011
Last updated 6 October, 2011

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