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Back in March, I was sent an update by Tristar that they were producing a Panzer IV/70 (A) in 1/35th scale. Since then, very little. Until now...

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Tristar, in recent times, haven't been the most prolific of manufacturers. However, the company are still there and have just sent us news of their imminent release in 1/35th scale.
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Tristar have been quiet for a while - here though is News of their latest projects in 1/35th scale.
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Tristar have sent us details of their new Sd.Kfz. 222 and box art for their new PZIV Running Gear set and PZIII/IV Mid Version Workable Tracklinks.
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After months of planning, hard work, discussions and lots of learning Tristar is now truly back in business with their first new product , a set of British Paratroopers with Welbikes just in time for the 65th Commemoration of Operation Market Garden .
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The last few months have seen a fair bit of uncertainty over the future of Tristar. Now though, all the rumors and speculation can be laid to rest with good news about the company's return.
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Tristar are to release a 1/35 plastic kit of the Sd.Kfz.222 armored car later this year.
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Tristar Models have announced the release of a set of 1/35 WW II British Paratroopers with Welbikes.
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This month Tristar Model are set to release an a 100% new tooling 20mm FLAK 38 (Early) SD.Ah.51 with Waffen SS Crew
Tristar have just announced a future release which should be very welcome for those who build early-war armor...
Yet more surprises from that most interesting Japanese company - Tristar
I make no apologies for presenting even more photos of Tristar's Pz IV (Early)... The release date is scheduled for next month.....
Yesterday, when i was posting the news of the latest Tristar figure release, I overloked the latest in their armor releases...
This may come as a welcome surprise for many - the latest (unannounced) release from the Kong Kong/Japan based manufacturer Tristar
Now this comes into the category of a Real Surprise - Tristar's website is showing images of some fascinating new releases....