Short Belfast in 1/72 cast resin from Magna Models, vacuform from
Bristol Britana in 1/72 vacuform from Sanger and Airways.
Good luck, both are big projects with possible breathtaking results in
the right hands.
Richard Brooks wrote:
Define 'major'... there have been a number of airplanes that haven't
been kitted, but the question of 'major' is vague.
For me the Boeing Monomail, in any scale, would be fabulous. I don't
know as there'd been any! Boeing only built 8 airframes, so the question
of how 'major' it is considered is a problem. But it was important!
There are a lot of airplanes like that... important, but short-lived or
never in full production, left unkitted. Yet we get the Luftwaffe
cocktail napkin air force ad nauseum.
I'd love to see Eduard do a Salmson in 1/48 and 1/72. As far as I I
know, there've been some resin, vac, and MERLIN (gag) Salmson's... no
1/48 as far as I know.
Actually, the Merln Br.14 isn't too bad I've built two and only
replaced some small parts. It was one of their very few buildable kits.
The Pegasus kit is better by far. There are several excellent vacuform
Br.14s from HR, Czech Omega and Czech Master as well as a couple of
good vacuforms by Wings 72 and Formaplane. I don't think that
MPM/Azur/et al will wait too long, most likely Azur.
Stephen Tontoni wrote:
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