Dr Zooch anthology.

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  1. Jan 6, 2019 #1

    EvryThngIsAOk

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    Was wondering if anybody has a completed list of the dr Zooch lineup from start to finish.
    I have Many of the kits and was thinking it would be nice to have the entire product lineup.
    But have not been able to find a complete “catalog” so to speak.
     
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    hcmbanjo

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    Here's a list of Zooch kits pulled from reviews from rocketreviews.com:

    Dr. Zooch R-7 Sputnik
    Dr. Zooch R-7 Luna
    Dr. Zooch Soyuz

    Dr. Zooch Ares I-X
    Dr. Zooch Ares 1
    Dr. Zooch S.D.L.V. (The Stick)

    Dr. Zooch Titan IIIC SLV5
    Dr. Zooch Mercury Little Joe
    Dr. Zooch Mercury Redstone (BT-60 sized)
    Dr. Zooch Mercury Redstone (BT-50 sized)
    Dr. Zooch Mercury Atlas

    Dr. Zooch Atlas Agena
    Dr. Zooch Discoverer Thor
    Dr. Zooch Explorer I Jupiter C

    Dr. Zooch Saturn C-5
    Dr. Zooch Saturn IB Apollo 5
    Dr. Zooch Saturn I Block II SA-5
    Dr. Zooch Saturn I Block II SA-6 to SA-10
    Dr. Zooch Saturn IB

    Dr. Zooch Saturn V 500-F
    Dr. Zooch Saturn V
    Dr. Zooch Skylab Saturn V

    Dr. Zooch Return to Flight Space Shuttle
    Dr. Zooch SLS
    Dr. Zooch Falcon Heavy

    Dr. Zooch Mark II

    There was also a short run of the X Prize Vanguard Eagle,
    and a gumball launcher payload model, a sport flyer design.

    There may have been more kits produced, but this is what came up on rocketreviews
    and a few I had built.
     
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    There was also a smaller version of the Soyuz that was part of the Apollo-Soyuz commemorative box set, that included the ASTP version (white tanks) of the Saturn 1B.
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    Awesome Thanks
    he also had a Titan MOL kit I it built.
     
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    Yea I missed out on this one.
    i had sent one to a friend as a gift thinking I would just order one for myself later.
    when i went to order it it was OOS everywhere.
    never found another
     
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    NJRick

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    he also made a Saturn 1b SA-203 in addition to the Apollo 5 variant. 203 was one of the early flights that tested the SIVb stage to destruction in orbit. Also flew with a nose cone vs the Apollo boiler plate like the Apollo 5 mission but the nose was a different shape. His Saturn 1b kit is my favorite model kit of all time. His Lifting Body was also really fun to build and fly. I used to make the orbiters and paint them as WWII fighters.
     
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    Glenn you did a beautiful job with these! Just awesome!

     
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  11. Jan 9, 2019 #11

    EvryThngIsAOk

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    I forgot about the LB shuttle and I have two in my stash
    Beautiful work on it and the ATSP above!!!

    Man i miss Wes's kits.
    Of all the manufacturers to close in the recent years, I miss Dr Z the most
     

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