HK’s new Lancaster is worth the effort: for the most part it goes together well and the exterior detail in particular is very nice.

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Meng’s new 1/48 Super Hornet is a surprising gem of a kit.  It might not look like much at first glance, but it fits well and is a delight to build.

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Airfix’s big Typhoon is a complicated beast of a kit, and not for anyone who likes things to go together nicely in a straightforward way.  Well that rules me out…

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Everything you expect from Tamiya’s classic 1/48 planes: straightforward build and good fit.  Tamiya also give you enough stores to represent a range of Vietnam-era loadouts.

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A delightful little kit: if you fancy a 1/48 Bf 109 you can’t go wrong with this one.  Wide range of colourful schemes, plenty of detail, but also a simple and quick build.

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Alone of people I know, I enjoyed this kit.  The trick is to keep it simple and I thoroughly recommend building it straight out of the box.

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Airfix’s 1/48 Hurricane is a decent kit with plenty of options.

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Israel’s custom Strike Eagle makes a colourful addition to the family.  The GWH kit looks the part and, oddly, went together far better than their -E did.

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Wingnut’s monster flying boat is worth the effort.

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A fun little build of an interesting late Cold War US spy submarine.

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10/64