De Havilland Vampire T.11
Airfix - Nr. A02058
|Product name:||De Havilland Vampire T.11|
Includes: Plastic sprues, Waterslide decals, Clear parts
|Released:||2012 | Initial release - new tool|
This product contains markings to depict following versions:
- de Havilland Vampire T.11
WZ507, Vampire Preservation Group (2012)
- de Havilland Vampire T.11
WZ590, 5 Flying Training School, Royal Air Force (March 1962)
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DE HAVILLAND VAMPIRE T.11
Status: Completed | Scale: 1:72 | Built by: Milk Trip | Photoalbums: 1 with 11 images
OOB build: picked up some alclad II lacquers at Perth show. Never used them before so shall use this kit as a practice piece.
de Havilland Vampire T.11
Status: Completed | Scale: 1:72 | Built by: David Lengyel | Photoalbums: 2 with 53 images
This is some sort of stray kit from my friend's stash. Should be OOB, but I can't help myself and there will be some PE aftermarket parts. I promise I won't cut anything from the kit :D
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Nice little kit but still the engraving is a little deep! but much better than the Merlin models offer!
08. March 2013 at 02:58:08
Cheers Glenn, I've not seen the kit over here in Canada yet. I like the colourful schemes, guess I'll have to live with the panel lines.
08. March 2013 at 03:41:26
I'm building this one Mike, and that's an easy kit to build. Well detailed from the box but you can also add some extra details in the cockpit and sand a little bit the lines to the 72 scale. I will do a Chiliean one. I hope Eduard works on the masks for this kit soon.
08. March 2013 at 09:54:11
Add a comment » Mike Grant
Thanks for the info P-C; one of these will be on my next Hannants order.
08. March 2013 at 14:36:28
Another for the Irish Air Corps collection!
16. February 2013 at 17:15:34
I like it! The panel lines are more prominent than what you would expect from eg a Special Hobby kit, but I would not say they are too heavy. The only disadvantage that I found so far is the flat instrument panel that does not show any detail but needs a decal. I'd say this kit is already a bargain when you pay the standard Airfix price. Also, the clear parts are bagged separately!
16. February 2013 at 17:39:28
I have also read that the clear parts are very thin, and exceptionally clear. What do you think?
16. February 2013 at 19:29:35
Add a comment » Bernd Korte
Now that you mention it - they look in fact quite thin and clear. And it's a multi part canopy so you can build it in the open position.
16. February 2013 at 19:39:14
Well detailed, nice decals. Good value for the money.
But the panel lines still have this toyish look and I can stick with my 1970s Airfix kits if I feel the urge to fill sinkmarks along the whole length of a flap.
03. February 2013 at 15:33:21
Got the CMR one in my stash and I am still not sure if I will buy the Airfix one. Even if it is much cheaper.
03. February 2013 at 18:20:53
Not so sure the panel lines are a problem. When I compare my new Airfix Spitfire 22 and Skyhawk against the photos in the Britmodeller reviews, they don't look the same. The BM photos always make the panel lines look wider and deeper than they really are. The lighting used in the photos always has an effect, and the close-up photos are magnified significantly so it's natural that they would look larger. I don't mind the panel lines being deeper, for me this is better than the Hasegawa lines that disappear completely under a few coats of paint. Several of the people who posted comments in the BM review stated that the panel lines look much better in real life. I'll hold my judgement until I can fondle one in person.
03. February 2013 at 20:31:08
03. February 2013 at 20:46:19
Agreed. Panel lines get exaggerated due excessive sharpening and contrast in photoshop.
I'm sure someone is going to take this kit to the next club meeting in two months. I'll have a look...
03. February 2013 at 22:21:15
03. February 2013 at 22:59:52
It looks far better than the old Heller n' it's a must have for me as I can build a J28B of it in SwAF colours...
03. February 2013 at 23:17:23
04. February 2013 at 01:52:48
04. February 2013 at 02:47:04
Add a comment » Burkhard D
I still don't like the panel lines but from the general shape and appearance the Airfix kit looks better to me
04. February 2013 at 13:04:34
20. December 2012 at 17:14:18
20. December 2012 at 17:16:27
Add a comment » Tom Tecce
Great! Then this one is also going into my wishlist
20. December 2012 at 18:35:59
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