Martin P6M Seamaster

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Re: Martin P6M Seamaster

Postby solumis » Wed Dec 28, 2011 4:56 pm

i missed to post a picture with the final stand (beaching gear)
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Re: Martin P6M Seamaster

Postby solumis » Sat Dec 28, 2013 8:36 pm

my seamaster is joint by a little sister/brother: Martin M-130...again "full metal"
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Re: Martin P6M Seamaster

Postby solumis » Sun Jan 17, 2016 5:48 pm

a new member "in the family" :)
1:100 scale with movable floats
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Re: Martin P6M Seamaster

Postby MichaelB » Sun Jan 17, 2016 6:13 pm

Beautiful work! I love seaplanes as well! I wish I could find an affordable Siku piece!
Thanks for posting!
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Re: Martin P6M Seamaster

Postby solumis » Sun Jan 17, 2016 10:29 pm

thanks...
I have another Seaplane...this time in the german search and rescue (SAR) livery.
My next dream would be a Coronado. :o
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Re: Martin P6M Seamaster

Postby MichaelB » Sun Jan 17, 2016 11:17 pm

Nice! I got my first chance to fly in a HU-16 last year - and I took it!
Is this 1/72nd again?
I'm a small scale modeler and the Monogram Air Power, in 1/240, has a HU-16 in it.
As for the Coronado, I've only ever seen the 1/432nd piece and a somewhat larger toy that was patterned of it. These are all too small for you, I'm certain. There are some vac-forms, of course, but only a couple, of dubious quality and hard to find. (And I haven't been looking!)
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Monogram 1/240
Cruver on the left, toy on the right.
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Re: Martin P6M Seamaster

Postby Aeronaut » Mon Jan 18, 2016 4:47 am

There are 1/144 scale Coronados from Altaya and Amercom. They are pretty nice other than the fact that the undersurfaces cammo is bogus :oops:
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Re: Martin P6M Seamaster

Postby MichaelB » Mon Jan 18, 2016 4:20 pm

Count on Christian to find the odd and obscure airplane lines!
I haven't heard of either!
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Re: Martin P6M Seamaster

Postby Aeronaut » Mon Jan 18, 2016 5:06 pm

I am sorry to say that there is nothing odd or obscure about this two lines :mrgreen: Altaya has been distributing models of aircraft (fighters, helicopters, bombers, military transports, floatplanes) for many years in several European and South American countries. Under their bomber series they released 60 models in 1/144th scale, including several float planes: Catalina, Sunderland, Mavis, Emily, Coronado, Mariner, BV-222, Do-24, He-115 and Cant Z-506B.

Amercom, a Polish distributor, released the same aircraft (different models) with a somewhat smaller metal content. Some (the larger ones) in 1/200th scale.

Some of these models are available in the US at some of the larger web sellers, such as Diecast Direct and the Flying Mule.

https://www.diecastdirect.com/asp_modul ... de=AC-LB31
http://www.flyingmule.com/products/AM-ACLB31
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Re: Martin P6M Seamaster

Postby MichaelB » Mon Jan 18, 2016 5:29 pm

Awesome! ...I had no idea!
If it's not on the shelves at Wal Mart...no wonder I couldn't' find it! :)
Nice models...thanks for the links.
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