SWhat do you want as kits in 2019?

I wanted to put this out there so maybe the airfix gods willl listen, im not saying that thay don't but i know there are some highly suggested kits that still haven't been made yet

 

My kits are

1/72 TSR2

1/72 hunter F6

1/72 BAE cannbre

1/24 hs 129 DUCK (probably never gonna happen)

1/72 B29 (enola gay) superfortress

 

Thanks for reading

What's a BAE cannbre? That's a new one on me.

@Pretty mediocre modeller

What's a BAE cannbre? That's a new one on me.

Sorry I mispelt it I ment to say Canberra 

 

But that's me I guess 

Steven Budd

45 posts

I can't wait to see what follows the 1/24 Typhoons. On that basis, I can only reiterate my plea that the first 'Super Kit' gets a super makeover, so a completely new Spitfire Mk.I would do it for me.

Having said that, I'll require hospitalisation if a 1/24 Beaufighter becomes reality.

 

Mmmmmmm........Beaufighter....

Steve von Hopeful

There is no genius without a touch of madness. Seneca

Heather Kay

154 posts

Being selfish and wanting really nice kits for my Battle of Britain obsession, I'd like to see new tool Fairey Battle, Handley Page Hampden, Bristol Beaufighter MkI, plus a Junkers Ju88A-1 (A-5 at a pinch).

 

Innocent

A professional modeller of railway subjects, and a reborn Airfix fan. Definitely into combat aircraft in service on all sides in the summer of 1940, but known to occasionally veer off into other interesting things!

@Heather Kay

Being selfish and wanting really nice kits for my Battle of Britain obsession, I'd like to see new tool Fairey Battle, Handley Page Hampden, Bristol Beaufighter MkI, plus a Junkers Ju88A-1 (A-5 at a pinch).

 

Innocent

More of a coldwar jet fan meself but a fairey battle re tool whould be nice although the hampden I can se myself buying one of then to go with the Lancaster in my stack of airfix good input

Heather Kay

154 posts

While a Ju88A-1 would be great, an A-5 would be okay. The airframe is the same for the more numerous A-4, with just engines and other minor details different.

 

But that's enough of my obsession! 

A professional modeller of railway subjects, and a reborn Airfix fan. Definitely into combat aircraft in service on all sides in the summer of 1940, but known to occasionally veer off into other interesting things!

@Heather Kay

While a Ju88A-1 would be great, an A-5 would be okay. The airframe is the same for the more numerous A-4, with just engines and other minor details different.

 

But that's enough of my obsession! 

If you're interested Heather, Zvezda do a fairly decent Ju-88A-5, although an Airfix re-tool would be better of course.

By the way, the A-5 airframe was almost identical to the A-1, but with the A-4 extended wingtips.

 

Cheers

Jason

Heather Kay

154 posts

@Pretty mediocre modeller

If you're interested Heather, Zvezda do a fairly decent Ju-88A-5, although an Airfix re-tool would be better of course

 

I've just finished converting an old Italeri A-4, which will do me for now. If something better turns up, I might look at it again.

 

So, the basic family resemblance between the early-ish Ju88 marks might play into a kit designer's hands. One tool for the basic fuselage, perhaps options for wings and tail...

 

Dream on! Wink

A professional modeller of railway subjects, and a reborn Airfix fan. Definitely into combat aircraft in service on all sides in the summer of 1940, but known to occasionally veer off into other interesting things!

@Steven Budd

I can't wait to see what follows the 1/24 Typhoons. On that basis, I can only reiterate my plea that the first 'Super Kit' gets a super makeover, so a completely new Spitfire Mk.I would do it for me.

Having said that, I'll require hospitalisation if a 1/24 Beaufighter becomes reality.

 

Mmmmmmm........Beaufighter....

Steve von Hopeful

It's more likely than a 1/24 hs129 DUCK if that happens it will be the best day of my life I mean it has a tank gun under neth a German tank gun 75mm of eastern front tank buster glory please please please airfix make one!!!!!!!!!!

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