Tuesday, 3 June 2014

Thomas Gunn Miniatures: New Venture

Thomas Gunn Miniatures are spreading their wings and reaching for the skies with their latest venture. Read on and take a look at the accompanying images for further clarification

Dear All

Late July will see the arrival here in UK of the following 1/30 scale wooden aircraft:

1. Kurt Welters ME262 Twin seat night fighter fitted with Neptun radar.

2. Dornier 335 with 30mm cannon fitted into the wings. This one came as a real surprise to me as it was kept quiet from everybody.

Both aircraft will retail for around the $599 mark and will be limited to 15 x ME262 and 10 x Dornier 335. We will reserve aircraft on a strictly first come first serve basis, please drop me an email to register your interest at the earliest opportunity. 

Both aircraft will come with figures as yet to be confirmed, but these will only enhance your product even more. At the moment I do not have pictures of our aircraft but I have attached pictures of similar models to give you a taste of what is to come.

Both aircraft will come with factory applied Swastika to tail fin this time, just in case you were wondering!

At the same time I would like to take this opportunity to launch a new service from TGM; Custom made war birds! We now have the capability to produce just about any aircraft in any scale, so if you don't like what you have seen so far and want something different, then once again drop me an email with whatever it is you would like to see! 

You need to let me know the type, model and scale required and we will send you a quote as soon as we can. If you like our quote then the model can be yours usually within 3 months. Its a great opportunity to own your own unique aircraft and create your own custom diorama.

Well I think thats about all the excitement for today, please feel free to email me with any questions you may have with regards to the above at any time and I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Kind Regards
Vicki Lucas
TGM Marketing Manager 

Happy Hunting!

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