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PostPosted: July 16th, 2017, 8:04 pm 
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Just a thought- when the heck are we going to get the metal winged Hurricane we have been dreaming about ever since the fabric wing kit was released???

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lancfan wrote:
Just a thought- when the heck are we going to get the metal winged Hurricane we have been dreaming about ever since the fabric wing kit was released???

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It will probably be released as a Dogfight Double with the new tool Ju88-A1. :-D

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VMA131Marine wrote:
1/72 Avro Manchester
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1/72 Blackburn Blackburn ...

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My what a looker!! :ha: :lol:

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MarkyM607 wrote:
VMA131Marine wrote:
1/72 Avro Manchester
1/48 Fairey Gannet
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1/72 Blackburn Blackburn ...

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My what a looker!! :ha: :lol:


That's fugly! :shock: :shock:

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1/72 Avro Manchester
1/48 Fairey Gannet
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I've heard she has a great personality.


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VMA131Marine wrote:
1/72 Avro Manchester
1/48 Fairey Gannet
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1/72 Blackburn Blackburn ...

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I've heard she has a great personality.


I'd go out with her!

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Ardpol does an Avro Manchester I in resin, but I think you are looking for the later, pre-Lancaster version.
Dynavector does a 1/48 Gannet in vac-form (Airwaves does a PE wingfold set) and Classic Airframes did one in styrene and such.
The Blackburn Blackburn was done by Contrail in vac-form.

I have all of them, with the Blackburn being the most likely one of these days.

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Actually, I'd like to see a completed Blackburn. Like the pug, the aye-aye and the women I date, it occupies the weird ground where grotesque and cute share a border. Go on, J, if any man can make that ancient, user-unfriendly piece of plastic it's you.

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I'd like to see a 1/72 Avro Manchester, Avro Lincoln, Bristol Beaufort, E.E. Canberra B.2, Hawker Sea Fury & Miles Master I,II & III.

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lancfan wrote:
I'd like to see a 1/72 Avro Manchester, Avro Lincoln, Bristol Beaufort, E.E. Canberra B.2, Hawker Sea Fury & Miles Master I,II & III.

David.

Special Hobby do a Beaufort which I have and am going to bravely(?) attempt soon....

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Mark, Special Hobby USED to do a Beaufort- it's not available now.

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Frog had a Beaufort (F229), if you get the right boxing it has Spin-A-Prop.

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It's not very accurate John, it is also quite rare and costs far too much (£25) considering the amount of work required to correct it. I'll continue hoping for a NT Airfix Beaufort kit.

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Is there any commonality between the Beaufort and it's stable mates (eg. Wings) that would allow them to use sprues from their Blenheim or Beaufighter kits?

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