Wolfgang's Twin Terrier Missiles on Launcher

Discussion in 'Internet Finds' started by Stev0, Nov 28, 2006.

  1. Stev0

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    So Cool!

    Thanks for the pointer Stev0!

    Russell
  3. Bowdenja

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    Yeah, those are cool! Looks like you earned another cool drink............. remember that tab bill goes to.............. b a r r y and yeah I'm still in England.:grin:

    john
  4. paper warrior

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    Sweet, I bet the launcher could be scaled and mounted on an apc.
  5. cgutzmer

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    They look pretty much identical to the twin arm launchers on board several USN ships. These would make a great addition to those models that have less than great detail :)
    Chris

    edit: technically the ones on board ship were just flat grey though.... and I dont recall ever seeing yellow missiles :) its been a while though.
    Chris
  6. paper warrior

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    Does any one know the conversion factor for 1:40 to 1:72 in adobie?
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    1:40 to 1:72 = 55.56%
  8. barry

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    John ?

    Where are you in England John ?

    Like the missile launcher
  9. Bowdenja

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    I'm not....... barry you are, and that's where the tab is for all of StevO drinks............ I thought it was nice of you to pick up the tab:grin:
  10. sdk2knbk

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    The Twin Terrier launcher is a reproduction of an old Revell plastic kit. That's Wolfgang's specialty. He's currently working on or planning several more models that will make the space modelers very happy. At least I am, anyway. I can't afford the originals, or even some of the Selected Subjects re-releases, and some have never been re-released anyway.

    Scott K.
  11. umtutsut

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    Salivating for an X-17....

    >The Twin Terrier launcher is a reproduction of an old Revell plastic kit. >That's Wolfgang's specialty. He's currently working on or planning several >more models that will make the space modelers very happy. At least I am, >anyway. I can't afford the originals, or even some of the Selected Subjects >re-releases, and some have never been re-released anyway.

    I've seen the XSL-01. Any chance the X-17 is among the repops???

    Les (Friendly Airplane Asylum flack)