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De Havilland Mosquito NFII/FBVI

Airfix - Nr. A25001 - 1:24

Boxart De Havilland Mosquito NFII/FBVI A25001 Airfix

Facts

Brand:Airfix
Title:De Havilland Mosquito NFII/FBVI
Number:A25001
Scale:1:24
Released:2010 | Initial release - new tool
Type:Full kit

Box contents

Includes: Plastic sprue (Clear) , Plastic sprue, Decalsheet (waterslide)

Decal options

  1. Mosquito FB VI
    NZ Military Royal New Zealand Air Force (1934-now)
    487 Sqn., 140 Wing HX922 / EG-F (G/Capt. Percy Charles Pickard)
    Operation Jericho - Amiens FR | February 1944
  2. Mosquito FB VI
    GB Military Royal Air Force (1918-now)
    143 Sqn. HR405 / NE-A
    1945
  3. Mosquito FB VI
    AU Military Royal Australian Air Force (1921-now)
    1 Sqn. A52-518 / NA-Y
    1945
  4. Mosquito FB VI
    AU Military Royal Australian Air Force (1921-now)
    1 Sqn. A52-500 / NA-A
    1945
  5. Mosquito NF.II
    GB Military Royal Air Force (1918-now)
    157 Sqn. W4087 / RS-B
    1941
 

Product timeline

 
Brand
Airfix
2010
 
 
De Havilland Mosquito NFII/FBVI (Airfix A25001)
New tool
 
 
2015
 
 
De Havilland Mosquito FB.VI (Airfix A25001A)
New parts
 
 

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wilky
Finally won this kit on eBay. Have been outbid on a few since I discovered that this boxing even existed.sets a personal record for me as my most expensive kit and the biggest.
Best bit is that because it is being shipped via the GSP the cost is much less than the kits I was outbid on which is another first as GSP shipping is usually more expensive.
Now if there was some way I could get some more money and buy an Alley Cat Boomerang this would be the best Christmas ever. Actually make that second best, I had a really good Christmas in 1990 but that's a story for another forum
20. December 2016 at 19:51:43 Share
gorbygould Congratulations Wilky! I'm jealous. I think I would start building it the minute it arrived. Have fun.
21. December 2016 at 15:02:12
wilky I am tempted to do that myself but there are two reasons I have to be patient
Firstly this particular boxing is now hard to find and secondly I made a rule when I got back into modelling to only make what I have two of.
So now I'm hoping to get one of the latest boxing of this kit and aftermarket decals. How long that will take, no one knows.
Just received notification that it is on it's way. It may make it home before I do
21. December 2016 at 19:52:17
Robert W Martel 1/24.....oooh weeee, that should be a sweet build! NICE
7. January 2017 at 22:50:20
wilky Hi Robert, this one is going in the collection. I'm saving up to buy the latest release of this kit and some aftermarket decals for one to build.
Back in the Eighties when I stopped making kits unlike most I became a collector and was still buying kits. Then years later I lost my job and had to sell pretty much everything I owned.
Four years ago I developed acute angina and lost my job and was stuck at home and to amuse myself I bought an Airfix 1/72 Boomerang kit as I never built one of those before and the model kit bug bit me hard and I set about reinstating the collection of Australian Air Force aircraft I had to sell years earlier.
So now I collect first and have a couple of kits I am currently assembling. Ones I never built as a child, mainly.
The Mosquito is another aircraft I never built, so I am keen to get the latest boxing and the aftermarket decals so I can build one. Meanwhile I am pretty stoked to have acquired this one for the collection.
I now have four 1/24 kits. I couldn't even afford one back in the Eighties. I was always very envious of my friends that had 1/24 kits so I am just dying to build one

8. January 2017 at 02:49:17
Robert W Martel OH YES, I'd like some 1/24th kits of some of the WWII fighters !! But, they are pretty $$ for me. I have quite a few WWII 32nd Trumpy kits I'm still saving till I get a bit better at painting, and that will have to do for me.! I do also have quite a few British aircraft too. Besides I'm limited to space, as it's all here in my bedroom.
I know, I wish I had kept all the kits I've sold when I thought I wouldn't want them ! Yikes
I also have had the heart issues (quadruple bypass) 13 years ago, 3 years ago an Aortic stint. I've been disabled basically all my life, caught Polio at age 2 in 1955. These past few years I've had to slow to a crawl, arthritis in my lower back has gotten pretty bad, and 60 + years huffing around on crutches has taken it's toll on my shoulders and elbows! I pretty much live in my electric chair and don't do much walking anymore.
So modeling is what keeps me sane these days. And yes I have a closet FULL of models. As a matter of fact I was just in there today re-arranging so that I can fit a few more. Seems I can't build them as fast as I can buy them. LOL But I can't seem to stop buying them!!
What's left over I hope my grandson will take interest in. He's only 5 but definitely loves cars, trucks, planes, helis, construction vehicles, emergency vehicles, basically anything that moves !!
I'm hoping to stay around long enough to teach him what I've learned and to have fun building them.
I'll bet the detail on the 24th scale kits are just awesome. I bet that Mosquito is just Bad Ass !!
I know you'll have fun with that one!! LOL Can't wait to see it.
8. January 2017 at 03:32:30
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wilky added the Airfix De Havilland Mosquito NFII/FBVI (1:24) to his stash.
6. January 2017 at 03:20:54 Share
wilky In it goes. Now to get another so I can build
6. January 2017 at 03:23:41
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Augie added the Airfix De Havilland Mosquito NFII/FBVI in 1:24 to her wishlist
19. January 2013 at 22:13:08 Share
Bill Spargo Good choice Augie , you will absolutely love building this one! I have mine, but there is a problem! you need a hanger to house Her when completed.
28. January 2013 at 12:07:52
Augie Lol aint that the truth, will have to wait until i have own place and more room
28. January 2013 at 18:48:00
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Duncan Cook added the Airfix De Havilland Mosquito NFII/FBVI in 1:24 to his wishlist
2. September 2012 at 11:45:48 Share
Wilfried Bogaerts Now this is going to be a difficult one to smuggle inside in secrecy ... ;)
2. September 2012 at 11:55:36
Duncan Cook If I buy it with my own money it's no problem
2. September 2012 at 12:03:36
Mac Felsing This is a really good model. It's in my stash as well. I would suggest getting the metal landing gear for it. I love the 1/24 scale aircraft kits.
12. September 2012 at 15:00:10
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