Trumpeter - Nr. 05808 - 1:48
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Another 1:48 Sea Vixen... how original..
21. January at 14:41:46 Share
Have you tried getting the Airfix nowadays?
And btw where is the problem of getting another Sea Vixen kit?
21. January at 14:52:49
Hi Sören, Its frustration that there are 100's of aircraft that have yet to be modelled in 1:48 and Trumpeter choose one of which there is a good mold already available. Yes the Airfix one is out of production at the moment but I am sure Airfix will bring it back into production soon enough like they did the lightning and Canberra.
Thats why I made the comment I made.
21. January at 15:03:54
Best example would be for example, how about a Hunter T.Mk.7 as currently there are no two seat hunters, or a CH-3C/E which again there has not been a kit of
21. January at 15:34:30
As far as British naval aviation is concerned, another glaring omission comes to mind:
I simply cannot understand why an iconic airplane, built in substantial numbers and used by several countries, is not available as a mainstream injection moulded kit.
Do I _really_ have to start my Dynavector kit?
22. January at 10:07:35
Airfix kit is like Unicorn droppings and really expensive. Great. iconic plane that will sell.
22. January at 10:29:08
@Dan Cook: Sadly, TrumpyBoss kits have become expensive lately as well, especially when their offerings have no or equally expensive competition (see prices for Fw-190 V18, Tunnan or Lansen). So I doubt this will be cheaper than Airfix'.
22. January at 14:12:12
Gluefinger's right, I've heard that this kit will be about 60 to 70 euro (with postage to Europe). I doubt that Trumpy considered the Airfix kit at all, after all, it's out of production and possibly not that easy to get a second-hand one in their home market, so for them it's understandable. It would be great if the manufacturers would cooperate because a 1/48 Gannet would make more sense, but of course it's not going to happen.
22. January at 16:07:14
Sea vixen will sell way more than a Gannet. I would love a Gannet but that's not everybody's cup of tea
22. January at 20:45:29
Come on Airfix. Keep an eye on the competition. And how about a 1:48 Sea Hawk ? Javelin ? TSR2 ?
23. January at 10:36:00
Add a comment » Augie
A re-release of the javelin, tsr2 they did, would be great. not so sure on the seahawk as theres already one
, how about a twin pioneer or argosy instead?
24. January at 01:07:13
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