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    C class British submarine kits from Chylds Hall Models

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    david f
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    C class British submarine kits from Chylds Hall Models

    Post  david f on Thu Sep 03, 2015 9:26 am

    I spotted a partly built C class on this stand at Haydock park 2015.

    Subs are a new venture for them but it looked very nice and had a useful little WTC as part of the kit.

    WW1 British subs are rare and this would make an attractive, small working model. I am not sure of the scale and he said that there was build log on the web somewhere but I can't find it.

    If anyone has other information please post it up on here.

    http://www.chyldshallmodelshipyard.com/index.html

    David

    Later edit: A search on this Forum reveals this:
    http://www.theassociationofmodelsubmariners.com/t1518-c-class-ww1-british-sub?highlight=C+class

    I think they must be the same. This Forum rocks!


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    Re: C class British submarine kits from Chylds Hall Models

    Post  david f on Tue Aug 30, 2016 1:37 pm

    An update on this from Haydock Park 2016.

    They are now offering a kit for this nice looking model for £320. They had 4 kits for sale and 3 had gone by the first day.

    (A photo I took at the show.)





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    Re: C class British submarine kits from Chylds Hall Models

    Post  david f on Sun Oct 09, 2016 11:32 am

    I see that this kit has been given a brief review in a recent MMI or Model Boats magazine. (The August 2016 issue, I think. Sorry I should have written down the reference!)

    David

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