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New at Red Roo and the big move:

Postby Redroo » Sat Aug 10, 2019 9:49 am

This month we have two new limited edition 1/72 scale kits. These are exclusive to Red Roo Models.

The first is our 1/72 scale Bristol Sycamore Mk.3/HR.50 in RAAF, RAN and civilian service. This multimedia kit is comprised of injection moulded plastic, brass castings, metal parts, a resin conversion/enhancement set, Digital Silk decals and detailed full colour 20 page instruction booklet. Three helicopters are featured on the decal sheet: A91-1 in RAAF markings, then as VH-GVR when owned by J. Rose Motors in the distinctive white/red/green colour scheme and RAN HR.50 XA219, which was flown by HRH Prince Phillip during his Australian visit in 1956. You can find all the details by following this link: ... 172-scale/

Our second kit is the exquisite and petite PA-38 Piper Tomahawk Air Training Corp. This delightful 1/72 scale resin kit feature two aircraft operated by Air Queensland and Aero training Camden for the Air Training Corp. This kit features a vacform canopy and Digital Silk decals. For all the details follow the link below: ... 172-scale/

The Big Move:

Red Roo Models is moving - well, at least the website is. The website will be moved to a new server on 28 August 2019. While this should not affect our customers it is best to be prepared. It could be possible that the site may be down for a few hours following the move as servers around the world pick up the new IP address. If this happens when you go online looking for us just do a Google search and bookmark the new URL (make sure you delete the old one in your browser bookmarks to avoid confusion). You will know you are on the new website because it is radically different from our current site. Once we are established on the new site we will send out a welcome email to all our newsletter subscribers. This information will be placed on Aussie Modeller International, Britmodeller and HyperScale so when the time comes for the new newsletter check your email - if you do not receive the welcome email at the end of August, pop over to the sight as you may have to re-subscribe again. We doubt that this will be the case but if it is required we will let you know via the three model ling sites mentioned above.
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