Rubicon Models: Vietnam Preview
Bei Rubicon Models geht es in einen neuen historischen Konflikt mit der Ankündigung einer neuen Produktreihe zum Vietnamkrieg im Zeitraum von 1955 bis 1975.
New Project for July 2020 – a completely new product range – Vietnam War.It has now been 45 years since the end of the Vietnam War (1 Nov 1955 to 30 Apr 1975). To commemorate the conflict, Rubicon Models will be releasing a new product range towards the end of this year. The majority of this new range will include plastic miniatures and vehicles supplemented by resin and pewter blister packs.Over the course of the next few months, Rubicon Models will be previewing sculpts and renders of figures and vehicles used by both North and South Vietnam, as well as other belligerent nations such as the US, Australia, New Zealand, and a few others.Depending on our progress, the initial release is planned for late-2020 or early 2021. Initially, four figure sets are planned –(1) Việt Cộng (VC)(2) People’s Army of Vietnam (PAVN) (or commonly known as the North Vietnamese Army (NVA)(3) United States Marine Corps (USMC)(4) Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN).In addition, we plan to release at least two to three plastic vehicles per side; this includes armoured personnel carriers (APC), tanks, and support vehicles.Please be advised that to keep updates streamlined we will not reply to any comments posted on our business pages or via private messages or emails regarding this new range.Please direct all discussions to our Facebook RM Community Page (https://www.facebook.com/groups/RubiconModelsCommunity
). If you have not joined the community, please do so. We will also keep you up to date on our EU/UK Newsletter. Meanwhile, please enjoy some preview on our Việt Cộng sculpts with AK-47 assault rifles.Please share our excitement!
Weekend teaser for the week… The Việt Cộng (VC) had many female fighters involved in guerilla warfare, this made the VC a very interesting army. To represent this, we have created many female sculpts with different weapons to represent this. Here are some of them… enjoy!