As promised yesterday here comes the second lot of my 50K price draw. It's a rather rare kit of an aircraft which played an important role during some major operations from 1942 to 1945. But more on this later. Firstly here are the rules again:
1. To join the raffle you must be public followers of Monty's Caravan.
2. You place a comment here expressing your whish to participate. That grants you one (1) entry.
3. You'll receive one (1) bonus entry if you plug this draw on your blog and post a link to your article here. (one promotional post is enough to get bonus entries in lot 1 and 2 if you participate both)
4. You'll receive another bonus entry when you address me at Crisis next weekend and take some minutes for a small chat. Since I'll be there with our THS club it wont be too difficult to catch me. But more details on that later this week. I hope that'll turn out a good chance to meet some of you fellows.
5. Registration is possible until sunday (2nd November) 09.00am CET.
6. Both draws will be excuted by my personal lucky charm Viktoria under the witnessing eyes of Mrs Monty. There's no right of appeal.
7. The prize draw will be helt at the beginning of next week and the winners will be announced here on Monty's Caravan.
But now for the prize. It's a very nive 1/72 kit which should fit well to 20mm stuff. It represents an airplane which isn't published as kit too often:
|2nd Lot: An Italeri Horsa kit in 1/72|
It's an earlier edition of Italeri's plastic kit for the Horsa Mk. I / Mk. II glider which was used in famous airbourne operations like Operation Tonga, Operation Deadstick or Operation Market Garden. Italeri made this model for D-Day's 50th anniversary but I'm not sure whether this box is really that old. Anyway the model is still in production and recently Warlord Games took it into their shop as scenary for their Pegasusbridge set. But because I switched to Grand Manners 28mm version of the Horsa I would like to raffle the 1/72 version here and now.