There are a couple of planes that I must get my hands on but looks like I'll have to buy online from different merchants. I am feeling very hesitant since diecast airplanes are very fragile items. I…Continue
Hi everyone, I am new to this hobby. I purchased my first three planes today. Gemini 400sBut in the back of my mind, I am still very interested in collecting Herpas 500s. I am looking for some…Continue
"My advise in Cold War planes is this:
For Harriers, Phantoms, and Skyhawks go for HM.
For Mirages, either go for HM or Falcon Models. There are other manufactures but their quality is below average.
For MiGs, the only good quality manufacturer is…"
"I agree with AM, that you are basically going to end up with a variety of manufactures in order to find the planes you want. If you visit this link you can see what happens when you narrow you search by plane types. We have over 1000 1:72 models…"
"Thanks, Ahmed. I am a strange guy. I would like to collect cold war jet fighters/bombers that are either discontinued or that are still in service. Thus, Harriers, Phantoms, Skyhawks, Nighthawks, Mirages, MIGs, etc. I am…"
"Ya. I paid through the nose for it because Gemini took for freakin ever releasing it, but at least I have the Phoenix which is more rare. ;) I also finally got the A346. Paid a stupid amount of money for it. Then of course Gemini released that one…"
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Welcome to the site Sherman also an exciting, fun and addicting hobby. The smaller 400, 500 scales will suit you since space is a premium for you. I prefer the 400 scale over the 500 cause its more detail and true to the real thing than the 500. Enjoy browsing this awesome site.