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James Burns from Scotland UK wrote:
Well done regarding the new Lockheed Starlifter kit . The boxart is superb and is probably the main reason I couldnt resist buying the model .
many thanks
Gisbert Navarro Jose Vicente from Spain wrote:
please help with the instructions for 1/72 fwd model B 3 ton & bl 8-inch howitzer VI, there is a lack for the howitzer construction
Gisbert Navarro Jose Vicente from Spain wrote:
please, help with the instruction sheet for fwd model B 3 ton & BL 8-inch howitzer VI, 1/72, there is a lack for the howitzer construction. thanks
William S from Baltimore, MD USA wrote:
I hope that you will be producing further WW1 aircraft kits during the Great War Centennial. May I suggest a Halberstadt DV, Nieuport 12 and Albatros C.VII or C.V/16. and SPAD S.XI or XVI Thank you!
Dave Fisher from Indiana USA wrote:
I have been building your fantastic 1/72 scale WW1 aircraft.
I would like to see you produce the
LFG Roland C.II, Roland D.II and
Roland D.VIa or b if at all in 1/72 if possible.
thank you
Chris Preston from UK wrote:
I recently purchased your kit number 713 'FWD Model B 3-ton & BL 8-inch howitzer Mk. VI'......very, very disappointed.
There is a seam line on every part, there are multiple sink marks, multiple raised & indented pin ejection marks, incorrect labeling of parts in the instructions & on the sprues, a hole in all 4 wheels 6C.
In general this is NOT being a good modelling experience
Kyung SOO from Seoul . Korea of South wrote:
I have been live in Seoul, Korea.
I am a big fan of the roden's kits of the World War I plane.
and
I bought Gotha GV from Ukraine online hard and hard

Very pleased.But there is a big problem.
Decals were not cut out in the shape of an airplane.
There are only three sheets of Decal.

I have a link :
http://rodenkits.com/catalogue/RODEN-016-Gotha-G.V
Decal is being cut in shape by the airplane.

blue "night bomber" lozenge of Gotha bomber is very very important.

What should I do?
William S. from Maryland, USA wrote:
Hello - Roden has by far the most comprehensive offering of WWI aircraft kits in 1/72 (and exceptional subjects in 1/48 and 1/32) There are, however, a few types that are very relevant to the Centennial. May I suggest 1/72 scale kits of the following: Halberstadt DV, Nieuport 12, Albatros CIII or CV, SPAD XVI, and FE2d. Thank you and best wishes.
PATRICIO ALVAREZ GODOY from LA SERENA, CHILE wrote:
Desde Chile saludo a Uds. soy un venddor de maquetas y tambien soy modelistas
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Marc FIERENS from Belgium wrote:
Suggestion :

Very Urgent , please produce the DOUGLAS DC-8 early versions 10-to 50 They aren't to find anymore!!! And there are still many decals for it !

In 1/144 but also 1/72 would be very Nice and missing in the market ! Thanks Marc
John from UK wrote:
So looking forward to your 1/32 Skymaster O2.....so are a lot of other people....hope it's soon
Ammohoghead from United States wrote:
1/144 scale C-141B is great, but sure wish you'd make it and the C-17 and C-5 in 1/72 scale. Your quality proves it and the public would buy them like hot cakes
Alex wrote:
Hello - it looks as if Roden is definitely among the big global players meanwhile. You are producing some really nice kits - I just recently bought three (!) of your excellent C-141 Starlifter kits and will certainly have Roden on my list from now on :-) Thanks and keep up your good work - best regards, Alex
Eduardo Nunes Pimenta from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil wrote:
Some suggestions

Douglas DC-8 (early versions 10 to 50)
MD-11
Boeing 747SP
Lockheed L-1011-500 Tristar (short version)
Lockheed C-5 Galaxy
Fokker F-28
Dassault Mercure
Bac 1-11-500 (long fuselage)
Kuba J. from Czech Republic wrote:
Hello, thank you for heavylifters C-124 and C-141, they are really nice. Have you thought about production of C-5 Galaxy in 1/144?
DANIEL MARQUINA from BOLIVIA wrote:
Congratulations,it would be really great if you could have the C-17 Globemaster II, C-141 Starlifter in 1/72 scale
John the Pom from South Africa wrote:
Firstly Thanks for all your marvellous WW 1 model aircraft , they must tank as the best from any manufacture in any scale, especially 1/72. The outstanding one must be the Bristol Fighter, it has to be seen to be believed, some thing with the Gotha’s.
Here in Cape Town Roden kits are quite rare, but I was very happy to add the Fokker D VI to my collection, together with some German support vehicles with the Opel Blitz Kfz 385 Tankwagen, a long awaited model, ( more of the same please ) and the FWD Model B 3-tonn 1917 lorry. Must be about the only WW 1 support vehicle made in model form, an inspired choice; again more of the same please, even German and or horse drawn would be most welcome. How about adding some personal, pilots, ground crew, drivers etc, as WW 1 personal are very thin on the ground in 1/72 scale.
Looking forward to more amazing models in the future some you might consider are the Rolland, Hannover, Halberstadt and RE 8. You made the Semens-Schuckert DIV in 48th or 32 scale but so-far nothing in 1/72; Why?
Keep up the good work John the Pom
John the Pom from South Africa wrote:
Your WW1 aircraft are the best available in any scale especially 1/72 the Bristol Fighter has the be seem to be believed as do the Gotha's.
Your kit are a bit rare in SA so was surprised to find the Focker D IV Junker D1 and the FWD WW1 lorry (A big thanks for that) also the Opel Blitz Kfz 385 Tankwagen another long awaited model, Please keep the coming. Would love to see a 1/72 DH2 4 & 9 also as other have mention a Halberstadt, Rolland or Hannover, but really anything WW1 related is wecole.
Dave Bruton wrote:
Very happy with the M37 truck and VERY excited about the O-1/L-19 as well as the O-2

Any chance we might see Army and Air Force crews for these aircraft?