Airfix Model World - December 2014

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Advanced build – Boeing 737-200
Mike Grant modernises Airfix’s old 1/144 Boeing 737 with resin engines, home-made decals and good old-fashioned scratch-building.

In Focus – Boeing 737-200
Richard Benedikz and Craig West from Airliner World magazine detail the history of this classic regional airliner sub-type.

Pilot Profile – S/L Ronnie Sheward DFC
Robert Sheward charts the course of his father’s wartime career, which is linked to a 1/72 Airfix release.

Intermediate build – F-5E USAF Aggressor
AMW newcomer Wayne Dippold tackles AFV Club’s 1/48 Northrop F-5E, in splendid ‘dog-fighting’ colours.

In Focus – USAF 527th TFTAS F-5Es
AirForces Monthly’s Glenn Sands explains the role of what was Europe’s only dedicated ‘Aggressor’ unit.

Intermediate build – Yakovlev UT-1
Mike Grant sees triple with three fine examples of Micro-Mir’s diminutive 1/144 Russian trainer.

Exclusive build – Bristol Blenheim Mk.IVf
Airfix already please many with its recent 1/72 Blenheim Mk.I. Here, Jennifer Wright offers a test-shot build of the company’s forthcoming Mk.IVf sub-type.

Out and About – Modelfest 2014
The annual show organised by IPMS Farnborough gets a visit from Malcolm V. Lowe

Advanced build – ‘L’ Battery RHA, Néry
Johan Augustsson revels in a stunning new 54mm Tommy’s War release, which depicts a famous Victoria Cross action.

Out and About – Sutton Coldfield Show
Dr James Whalen reports from a popular Midlands’ modelling event...despite its last-gasp change of venue!

Advanced build – War of the Worlds Alien Tripod
Ever wanted to add lighting to a model? Andy Bayley shows us how with a stunning rendition of Pegasus Hobbies’ cinematic alien machine.


The latest happenings in the world of plastic modelling.

Show Scene
A comprehensive and up-to-date calendar of model-related events.

Your Airfix
Readers gets the chance to showcase their own Airfix builds.

On the shelf
Thirteen pages of reviews bring you the latest modelling products.

Kit Court
Put forward your case to AMW, as to why a particular ‘missing’ kit subject should be made available.