New WWI kits in '96

Brian Nicklas (NASAD003@SIVM.SI.EDU)
Thu, 2 Nov 95 10:46:03 EST

At last Saturday's show in Northern Virginia (Tyson's Corner - suburb
of Washington DC) of the Washington Model Soldier Society, the vendor
area had a display from "The Model Cellar" in Pennsylvania.
He is the one with the 120mm Lufbery with Whiskey and Soda lying at
his feet. A very nice figure, the Rickenbacker looked good as well.
He also had his 1/35 sandbag trenchwall, which is engineered to interlock
together, buy 1 set of two sections, or buy several. They look great,
and he said he has zigs, zags and corners as well, and they all interweave
so you can do a long section. These would look great along the edge of
a base with your A7V or Whippet along the top.
Other vendors had stuff, but Model Cellar seems to have the best WW1
stuff (I picked up an Airfix Alb DV and 2 Esci Fok. DVII kits)
Model Cellar had sold out of the Lufbery, but he said he could have taken an or
order to fill when he got home. And he does run ads in Finescale,
Military Miniatures in Review (Great Mag!) and others.
The Model Cellar
PO Box 388
Horsham, PA 19044
215-672-1432 (M-F 5:30pm to 9:30pm Eastern)