Cockpit 3D A319

3 replies on “Cockpit 3D A319

  • Ken Hufford

    Fantastic! Glad you will produce a A319 in 1/72 scale. If sales go well,hopefully you can later do a 737-800,DC-8 etc. I think your company will have much success if you release more large jet airliners in 1/72 scale. My own wish list would also include DH Comet I, Tu104, Boeing 757,767 and 787, as well as Airbus 320,321,310,330,340 and 350.

  • Alberto Covasso

    I have your 1/72 Boeing 737-200 and it is fantastic.
    I hope in short to see in 1/72 the A 319/320/321 family.
    After the DC-9 / MD 80 family will be a good selling.
    I love 1/72 airliners.
    Best regards and good production
    Alberto Covasso

  • Alex Tratensek

    I agree with Alberto on the DC-9. The DC-9-30 has several former military users (USAF, USN, USMC, Italy, etc.) that would make it popular beyond the airliner market.

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3 replies on “Cockpit 3D A319

  • Ken Hufford

    Fantastic! Glad you will produce a A319 in 1/72 scale. If sales go well,hopefully you can later do a 737-800,DC-8 etc. I think your company will have much success if you release more large jet airliners in 1/72 scale. My own wish list would also include DH Comet I, Tu104, Boeing 757,767 and 787, as well as Airbus 320,321,310,330,340 and 350.

  • Alberto Covasso

    I have your 1/72 Boeing 737-200 and it is fantastic.
    I hope in short to see in 1/72 the A 319/320/321 family.
    After the DC-9 / MD 80 family will be a good selling.
    I love 1/72 airliners.
    Best regards and good production
    Alberto Covasso

  • Alex Tratensek

    I agree with Alberto on the DC-9. The DC-9-30 has several former military users (USAF, USN, USMC, Italy, etc.) that would make it popular beyond the airliner market.

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