british research planes?

british research planes?

Post by Bruce Oliv » Tue, 07 Jan 1997 04:00:00



I'm looking for the Frog/Novo 1/72 Fairy Delta II kit, and any other British
research planes which may be floating around.  I'd also be interested in any
reference material on same.  For instance, I remember one of the British
aviation magazines running a series on the topic within the last few years.  
Anyone out there help me out?  Cheers,
Bruce

 
 
 

british research planes?

Post by J. Heili » Tue, 07 Jan 1997 04:00:00


Try Maintrack Models in the UK.  They have a whole series of British
(and other) research aircraft in vacuform under the Project-X label.
The kits are generally pretty good.

Jennings

 
 
 

british research planes?

Post by Paul Gol » Tue, 14 Jan 1997 04:00:00


Quote:

> I'm looking for the Frog/Novo 1/72 Fairy Delta II kit, and any other British
> research planes which may be floating around.  I'd also be interested in any
> reference material on same.  For instance, I remember one of the British
> aviation magazines running a series on the topic within the last few years.
> Anyone out there help me out?  Cheers,
> Bruce

I think Aeroplane was the magazine that ran the articles on
British experimentals/prototypes

I have most of the issues, anything in particular you need

Paul Gold

 
 
 

british research planes?

Post by DonS » Wed, 15 Jan 1997 04:00:00




Quote:

>> I'm looking for the Frog/Novo 1/72 Fairy Delta II kit, and any other
British
>> research planes which may be floating around.

Bruce, Maintrack (from the UK) is wading thru a whole series of British
research aircraft, the series is called "Project 72" (or something like
that). They're vacuforms, but from everything I've read about them they're
nice kits. Try Precision Enterprises Unlimited in VT. They usually have an
ad in FSM.
    Don
 
 
 

british research planes?

Post by Doug and Lisa Girli » Wed, 15 Jan 1997 04:00:00


Bruce,

If it's kits you're after, Heller made a bunch in small "box scale" as part of
their "Cadet series.  They may not be in production anymore, but I'm sure you
could find them by asking around.

Have fun,
Doug



Quote:

>> I'm looking for the Frog/Novo 1/72 Fairy Delta II kit, and any other
British
>> research planes which may be floating around.

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