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I just saw Revell plan to reissue the K-100 Aerodyne for the second or third quarter 2017.
I hope they will fix the K-100 flat top "issues" with the cab and plating for this release.

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I just saw Revell plan to reissue the K-100 Aerodyne for the second or third quarter 2017.
I hope they will fix the K-100 flat top "issues" with the cab and plating for this release.

Cool!! Any link/artwork to this info?

I just wish the Aerodyne kit had the correct dash, They all seem to have the early K100 layout but not the correct Aerodyne dash layout

Can't wait!

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There was a flyer for the 2nd and 3rd quarter posted on the Spotlight Hobbies board on Friday and it's also here http://www.modelcarsmag.com/forums/topic/122284-revell-q2q3-flyer/.
I don't know the difference between the dashes as I haven't researched the subject that deep, but after what I know the only difference between the Revell K-100 flat top and the Aerodyne is the roof section.

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That'd be nice. I want to do the BJ and the Bear rig!!!!

yea, the older kits of the aerodyne are WAYYY to expensive!

ive always wanted to build BJ's K100 ever since I saw the movie, but again, the kits were WAYYY to expensive for me to afford.

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yea, the older kits of the aerodyne are WAYYY to expensive!

ive always wanted to build BJ's K100 ever since I saw the movie, but again, the kits were WAYYY to expensive for me to afford.

right, that's why I haven't yet.... too much cash now, hopefully it'll come back out again!!!!!

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Great news indeed!

Surely the best KW K100 Aerodyne kit ever, beautiful model, remember getting the the kit back in 1983 (with real rubber Michelins/gray smoked tinted windows!): was totally amazed back then (Opening doors, steerable wheels, fully detailed interior, removable top section...TV set!), the built up on original 1982 box top looked amazing:

 

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