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1/24 scale Hawker Typhoon...

Discussion in 'Chit-Chat' started by Ian M, Nov 9, 2013.

  1. Ian M

    Ian M GB+SIG Mod. Staff Member Admin

    Some will be happy about this. The BIG announcement from Airfix was indeed a 1/24 scale war bird.
    The Hawker Typhoon. Go Airfix.

    Ian M
     
  2. flounder_al

    flounder_al Luftwaffe Nachtjager fan Staff Member Moderator

    Yeah saw the rumours a while ago. Defo buying it. Will sit nicely along side my 1/24 Hurricane
     
  3. Dave W

    Dave W Scale Model Member

    Just seen it at Telford.Looks stunning.Best Airfix kit I've ever seen.Tamiya standard I'd say
     
  4. Bunkerbarge

    Bunkerbarge Moderator Staff Member Moderator

    Dave, If we are talking Tamiya standard in 1/24th scale this has to be a pretty superb kit. It will certainly go on my own list (and probably sit in the stash for a few years!)
     
  5. flounder_al

    flounder_al Luftwaffe Nachtjager fan Staff Member Moderator

    Tamiya standard is a big standard to come up to. The engine detail looks superb though
     
  6. flounder_al

    flounder_al Luftwaffe Nachtjager fan Staff Member Moderator

  7. Vaughan

    Vaughan Scale Model Member

    Looks fantastic but why oh why don't Airfix produce some 32nd scale models. 24th scale is toooo big you'd need a hanger to store it.
     
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  8. Ian M

    Ian M GB+SIG Mod. Staff Member Admin

    It does look rather tasty. My thoughts are is the subject in the photo the master model, which will then be broken down to bits of plastic, or is it a test shot.
    I know that they have a physical model at Telford but is that the model the punters will get..... I sure hope so.
    The cockpit and motor look amazing.
    Ian M
     
  9. flounder_al

    flounder_al Luftwaffe Nachtjager fan Staff Member Moderator

    Ian there is a link with the sprue shots on it. Would you like it?
     
  10. flounder_al

    flounder_al Luftwaffe Nachtjager fan Staff Member Moderator

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  11. Ian M

    Ian M GB+SIG Mod. Staff Member Admin

    My thoughts entirely. I think 1/32 is large, I build in 1/48 normally and think the shelves fill up way to quickly as it is.

    Ian M
     
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  12. Alan 45

    Alan 45 Scale Model Member

    I don't do many aircraft but that is going straight on my list to Santa :)
     
  13. Ian M

    Ian M GB+SIG Mod. Staff Member Admin

    We're going to need some 1/24 tanks and trains for it to shoot up now!!

    Ian M
     
  14. tr1ckey66

    tr1ckey66 Scale Model Member

    That Typhoon is definitely on my wish list!!!
    Love to build that and really go to town.
    Awesome
    Paul
     
  15. Vaughan

    Vaughan Scale Model Member

    Just throwing in this question does anyone know why Airfix have never produced planes in 32nd scale? If they did to the standard that Revell are now producing and it's obvious that they can if this Typhoon is anything to go on then there would a greater choice of maybe British planes.
     
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  16. Dave W

    Dave W Scale Model Member

    I don't think you will be disappointed if you get one Richard.The detail is outstanding.The fuselage is molded with lap joints.That is with the skins overlapping and not just engraved lines.The sprues were on display and it really looks a top notch kit.
     
  17. Alan 45

    Alan 45 Scale Model Member

    they did make a 1/32 scale mosquito but I don't think you can get it anymore sadly
     
  18. flounder_al

    flounder_al Luftwaffe Nachtjager fan Staff Member Moderator

    God i'm drooling even more now. Check out these photos from Jonathan Mock

    http://www.network54.com/Forum/149674/message/1384023033/More pics
     
  19. Dave W

    Dave W Scale Model Member

    That's the old Revell 1/32 Mosquito your thinking of.
     
  20. colin m

    colin m Scale Model Member

    I'm just happy to see Airfix doing so well. And modeling in general, they must have confidence in the market to produce this.
     

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