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Bristol Beaufighter TF.X

Airfix | No. A04019 | 1:72

Boxart Bristol Beaufighter TF.X A04019 Airfix

Facts

Brand:
Airfix
Title:
Bristol Beaufighter TF.X
Number:
A04019
Scale:
1:72
Type:
Full kit
Released:
2015 | Initial release - new tool
Barcode:
5014429040191 (EAN)
Packaging:
Rigid box (Top opener)
Topic:
Bristol Beaufighter » Propeller (Aircraft)

Markings

Bristol Beaufighter

Bristol Beaufighter TF Mk.X
GB Royal Air Force Coastal Command (1936-1969) Military
  • 144 Sqn. PL-J / NE289 (Flying Officer Maurice Exton DFC)
    October 1944 - Banff, Aberdeenshire
    BS381C:640 BS381C:210
IN भारतीय वायु सेना (Indian Air Force 1942-1945) Military
  • 27 Sqn. H / RD367
    August 1945 - Burma MM
    BS381C:241, BS381C:450, BS381C:637

Box contents

Plastic sprue, Decalsheet (waterslide)

Boxart designed by Adam Tooby

Product timeline

 
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Plasty/Airfix
Airfix Corporation of America
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Airfix/Lodela

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Alternative SKUs for Airfix A04019:
7404019 | 04019 | AIR04019 | AFX04019 | AIRFIX04019

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News Feed

Rui Da Silva
What a brilliant kit for 25CAD. The detail is impressive to say the least. Nice options like engine and cockpit detail and positionable ailerons. Airfix has really upped their game from way back when I use to model.
22. September 2018, 19:44
Rex
It has been a real treat to see the Airfix transition. Some might say that "Airfix xyz" is not perfect, but, compare each new tooling to their old one,,,,,and the leap is really cool to see.

Other companies have progressed also,,,,,,,but, not at the low prices that Airfix seems able to do it.
22. September 2018, 19:47
Rui Da Silva
Absolutely agree Rex.

Although, I didn't do to many Airfix kits back in the day; mostly 1:76 armour and figures battle dioramas, and only did a couple of aircraft. The most memorable being the B-25 Mitchell (c.1970s); admittedly a lot of kit for a youngster. I moved on to Matchbox because they were well designed builds and easy to get creative with, but then I discovered Tamiya and I was hooked.

Fast-forward 30-years and I'm getting back into it. I find Tamiya still has quality, but costly and without innovation. In my research to return to the hobby, I'm thinking Fujimi/Tamiya (naval), Airfix/Hasegawa/RevellG (aircraft), and for armour I'm undecided, but I have a couple of Meng kits coming in and if they workout then it's Tamiya/Meng mix I guess.

The new thing for me in the hobby is the photo-etch; we never had it and its an unknown variable. I'm concerned about working with something unfamiliar to get the desired resiled I want, Therefore seeming and level of detail in the Airfix kits shows me that I may be able to get a high quality build without having to resort to PE.

For more Airfix praise, I will refer you to the post I am about to make on the 'Wall' about the little gem that cam in today. Cheers!
25. September 2018, 05:12

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