Monday, December 16, 2019 - 10:48 PM UTC
Trumpeter & Hobby Boss present their catalogue for the next season, with many interesting new kits... see them here!
A small selection based on my personal preferences -you can see them all browsing the catalogue:
  • KET-T based on MAZ-537 heavy truck
  • 15U175 TEL of RS-12M1 Topol-M
  • HEMMT M1120 Container Handling Unit
  • M1142 HEMMT TFFT
  • SA-3B Goa
  • S-300V
  • Flakpanther w/ 8.8cm Flak36/37
  • P-40/1S12 Long Track S-Band radar
  • M920 Tractor with M870 semitrailer
  • T-80BVM
  • L4500A mit Flak37
  • L4500A mit Flak38
  • L4500A mit Flak41
  • Schwerer Zugkraftwagen 18t with Bilstein Crane
  • Schwerer Zugkraftwagen 18t with 8.8cm Flak
  • T-64BM

Now I just hope all of them will be released.

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Dust, spiders, and in my case--cat hair.
DEC 17, 2019 - 08:35 AM
The new MTVR is the highlight of the releases for me. About time they released a new variant, hope that means more will come.
DEC 17, 2019 - 10:28 AM
I see the lack of Fast Attack Vehicles and Special Forces Vehicles, topics often neglected year after year...
DEC 17, 2019 - 03:28 PM
I'm happy to see the Jackal (both1 & 2) and Coyote make it to 1/35! I am hoping for a "Warthog"
DEC 17, 2019 - 08:06 PM
Absolutely stunning, amazing news about the 1/35th Topol!! I also hope they eventually produce the new upgraded version-the SS-29. Hopefully they'll also do a 1/35th Pershing II as well!!
DEC 17, 2019 - 09:54 PM
A new version every seven years, patience, patience ! But this one was very expected, thanks Trumpeter.
DEC 18, 2019 - 05:44 AM
Going by the fact each page has crop and registration marks it was clearly designed for print production and falls in line with what is usually produced for this purpose, as a catalogue of products. Unlikely to be their only effort at marketing their products. As for having to wade through the catalogue maybe that's intentional to remind readers of the many subjects they manufacturer and may have either forgotten our didn't realise they produced. The images are small but given the number of subjects I'm guessing it was a requirement so as to fit them all in. Not that tiny when I'm viewing them but I'm looking via a decent sized screen not squinting with a laptop or tablet, and as I said it's obviously created for print production. When viewed as a whole it's amazing the amount of subjects they have produced, I don't know of any other manufacturer so prolific in recent times.
DEC 18, 2019 - 09:41 PM
I quickly noticed that most of the catalogue's offerings are kits that literally go back to the company's first releases; there's nothing wrong with that it's just that there are actually fewer new kits than I would have liked. That being said I am pleased to see a good selection of much-anticipated kits including three different FAMO versions and even more of the LS4500A trucks. Going to have to start thinking of good justification lines...
DEC 19, 2019 - 08:20 AM
Hey Gino, the M920 is great news. I wonder if the aftermarket will produce the dump truck version.
DEC 23, 2019 - 01:24 AM

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