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Hawker Sea Fury FB.11

Airfix - Nr. A06105 - 1:48

Boxart Hawker Sea Fury FB.11 A06105 Airfix

Facts

Brand:Airfix
Title:Hawker Sea Fury FB.11
Number:A06105
Scale:1:48
Released:2018
Type:Full kit
Includes: Plastic sprues, Waterslide decals, Clear parts

Decal options

  1. Hawker Sea Fury FB.11
    GB Military Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm (1937-now)
    801 NAS WJ236 / 155 / R
    Korean War - HMS Glory KR | 1952
    Beige Green, Extra Dark Sea grey
  2. Hawker Sea Fury FB.11
    GB Military Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm (1937-now)
    802 NAS VR930 / 110 / Q
    RNAS Eglinton | 1948
    Beige Green, Extra Dark Sea grey

Instruction sheets

Download | 5193Kb (.pdf)

Product timeline

 
Brand
Airfix
2018
 
 
Hawker Sea Fury FB.11 (Airfix A06105)
New tool
 
 
 
 
 
Hawker Sea Fury FB.11 ‘Export Edition’ (Airfix A06106)
New decals
 
 

Marketplace

 
€ 27.50  DE In stock
€ 29.50  ES In stock
¥ 3040  JP In stock
€24.82 $29.10
¥ 3420  JP In stock
PLN 102.00  PL In stock
€ 24.75  DE Out of stock
$ 29.74  US Out of stock

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Books

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Walkarounds

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Gallery

Hawker Sea Fury
Airfix 1:48

by Brett Green on Hyperscale

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Hawker Sea Fury FB.11
Airfix 1:48

by Julian Shawyer on Hyperscale

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Projects

Status: Completed | Scale: 1:48 | Albums: 1 with 25 images
Hawker Sea Fury FB.11
GB Military Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm (1937-now)
801 NAS WJ236 / 155 / R
Korean War - HMS Glory KR | 1952
Beige Green, Extra Dark Sea grey
 
Status: Work in progress | Scale: 1:48 | Albums: 1 with 30 images
Hawker Sea Fury FB.11
GB Military Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm (1937-now)
802 NAS VR930 / 110 / Q
RNAS Eglinton | 1948
Beige Green, Extra Dark Sea grey
 
Status: Ideas | Scale: 1:48 | Albums: 0
16+
 
Status: Ideas | Scale: 1:48 | Albums: 0
2+
Hawker Sea Fury FB.11
GB Military Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm (1937-now)
801 NAS WJ236 / 155 / R
Korean War - HMS Glory KR | 1952
Beige Green, Extra Dark Sea grey
 
Status: Ideas | Scale: 1:48 | Albums: 0
3+
 
Status: Ideas | Scale: 1:48 | Albums: 0
 
Status: Ideas | Scale: 1:48 | Albums: 0
1+
 
Status: Ideas | Scale: 1:48 | Albums: 0
4+
 
Status: Ideas | Scale: 1:48 | Albums: 0
 

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Geoff Titterton started the Airfix Hawker Sea Fury FB.11 (1:48)
31. January at 08:09:20 Share
Geoff Titterton One has short shot tail.
05. February at 21:55:49
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playtime 222
About bloody time! :D
04. November 2016 at 17:50:24 Share
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gorbygould I agree Augie. I like Eduard kits but they seem obsessed with releasing different versions of Spitfire, Bf 109 and Fw 190. I know that producing a new kit is horrendously expensive, but maybe if manufacturers produced something a bit different, it may pay off big time – but they aren't willing to gamble. There are plenty of aircraft I would love to have the opportunity to buy in 1/48, but I won't get a chance, because they all want to play it safe.
05. November 2016 at 18:45:50
wilky Yes, it would be great if they could make something that no one else has but unfortunately they are in the business of making money not friends.
The kit manufacturers all know what sells so that is what's made.
Only having an interest in aircraft that the R.A.A.F flew I have to accept that some aircraft will never be made in 1/48. Why on earth would Airfix or the like make a Wackett or CT-4A. Let alone both versions of the Woomera, probably haven't even heard of them.
I'm looking forward to 3D.printers improving to the point that I can make my own
05. November 2016 at 22:36:42
Augie A valid point wilky, but there is the counter argument that if they dont try they wont ever know. There are many out there that if were produced would sell in very good numbers.
05. November 2016 at 22:42:39
Gordon Sørensen A model companies have quite an expensive outlay for the research, tooling, and promotion even before the first kit is sold. The financial bean-counters probably have quite a say in what gets considered for release. Who would have guessed Airfix would have released a 1/24 Mosquito and Typhoon?
06. November 2016 at 02:47:15
playtime 222 Accepting the points about economics and the glut of popular subjects, I've also noticed the positive tendency for manufacturers to produce indigenous subjects e.g. Airfix produce a lot of british kits, Heller try to plug the French gaps, and a whole glut of eastern European ones are filling the void there. The correlation appears to be, certainly in the case of aircraft, if the country is question actually manufactured the real things, there is a demand, at least from that country for those subjects. Of course this theory has the exception of the large number of Chinese kit manufacturers but that is simple economics again. Discuss :D
06. November 2016 at 12:36:08
Eugen P. I built the Trumpeter 1:48, but I have no problem with a new Sea Fury.
06. November 2016 at 13:51:43
John Bollig Don't normally build 1/48 However, this one I feel is going to be a winner. I will buy at least one, maybe more than one. Think it has come to the point that Airfix is shifting to 1/48. I like 1/72 more but if it keeps the company alive then, yes it is the right move.
08. November 2016 at 14:03:39
playtime 222 There's a market for both scales and Airfix is big enough to do both. I'm just lucky that I'm benefiting from the markets direction.
08. November 2016 at 14:08:14
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