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Up next from Fine Molds is an updated kit of this WWII-era Japanese medium tank.
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Up next from Fine Molds are four kits depicting vehicles from both the Second World War and the modern era.
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Slated for release next month is the latest Fine Molds offering on the Type 60 Self-propelled 106mm Recoilless Gun, the Model C.
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To be offered as limited edition kits, Fine Molds is set to re-release selected IJA armor that will come with new components.
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For those who may have been waiting since it was announced last year, Fine Molds has now advised that it is scheduled for release this February.
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Fine Molds has announced that they will be releasing a kit of this little AFV in April. Mounting two M40 106 mm recoilless rifles as its main armament this kit looks to include two figures as well.
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In November, Fine Molds will be releasing a kit of the hypothetical Japanese 150 ton O-1 super heavy tank. While much of the history of the tank is shrouded in mystery and speculation it is an impressive beast.
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Fine Molds has two offerings of the World War Two type 41 artillery guns in 1/35th scale hitting the stores.
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Fine Molds Models has a few new releases upcoming, should be enough to build a solid Japanese Force.
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A new company to the Armorama realm, maybe, Fine Molds, has announced some new armor kits into the market.
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Here's something that Chas Young spotted in HLJ's Tokyo Show report; Fine Molds are to produce a set of 1/35 scale Japanese infantry.
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Fine Molds have quietly released a 1/35 scale set of WW2 US Marines.
Amidst all the excitement at the recent Tokyo Hobby Show, a series of new releases passed almost unnoticed - the 1/35th Scale Armor/Figure releases from the Japanese manufacturer Fine Molds. Now, with the assistance of the on-line retailer (and site sponsor) HLJ (HobbyLink Japan), we are able to bring details and images of these very interesting releases.