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PostPosted: April 22nd, 2011, 5:25 pm 
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Official IPMS (UK) website:

http://www.ipms-uk.co.uk

THE Frog-Penguin Site! Excellent work and a real must-see for all CBK-ers.

http://www.frogpenguin.com

The House of Frog; A brilliant site for all those of you interested in the 'proper' Frog kits...ie those that Fly Right Off the Ground! Get your plans here!

http://www.thestuarts.eclipse.co.uk

Novo Kits; How's your Russian? Made in Russia, but distributed via a British Company, these are the next best thing to the old Frog.

http://www.novokits.narod.ru

Airfix Collector; A wonderful site, full of interesting stuff abiout Airfix. He's got a good shop, too! Contact Vince to speak to an enthusiast!

http://www.airfixcollector.co.uk

Airfix Figures; Set up by a German enthusiast. If you're into the Airfix troops, here's a place that's well worth a look.

http://www.airfix132.de

Airfix Collectors Club; One of the first and certainly one of the most comprehensive and durable of the Airfix Enthusiast sites.

http://www.airfixcollectorsclub.co.uk

Airfix Tribute Forum The ATF maintain a comprehensive record of boxart and actual built kits.

http://airfixtributeforum.myfastforum.org

Matchbox Kits An excellent and comprehensive site maintained by reinhold

http://www.matchboxkits.org

Kitmaster - The source of many of Airfix's Locos

http://www.kitmaster.org.uk

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A couple of these won't open anymore. Eaglewall, for instance.

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James,

Thanks. I knew most of those but a couple were new to me. You may also want to consider these.

Frog and Frogspawn - not much activity but I like it. http://www.frogmodelaircraft.co.uk/

The Frog Virtual Museum - http://frog.cocardes.com/

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