I bought nearly all these car kits when they were first issued - many bought with Christmas or Birthday ten bob notes from Woolworths or W H Smiths - and built them with the limited skill that I had at the time. The likes of the Marina, Vauxhall Viva, Victor Estate (bizarre subject), VW Beetle, Maxi, Capri, Escort, MG 1100, Maserati, Porsche 917, Triumph Herald and others I recall as very good little kits and ironically far better than the mediocre Ferrari, Jaguar E Type and Aston Martin DB5 which survived (I know some of those others do survive). Some like the MGB had disappointing features (the grille is rubbish) and others being older were a bit crude. Most of my own kits as built have long since departed but I have a degree of nostalgia and I would welcome a chance to build some of them anew using better skills. Is this a realistic commercial proposition? Maybe not... but if someone could find a viable way to use modern 3D scanning and direct printing (I am not suggesting reverse engineering tooling) and doing this under license to Hornby, then limited sales perhaps if necessary as 'print on demand' via a website with a few offered at enthusiast events and specialist outlets might just about be feasible. It would never set the market alight but might supplement more mainstream activity. I cannot personally countenance spending silly money on a rare kit on fleabay only to make the dwindling stocks of such unmade kits even rarer by building it with my reasonable, but never championship winning ability.