Airfix Model World - July 2015

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Intermediate Build – Doughboy Scout
Jan Maes takes on GasPatch Models’ 1/48 Salmson 2A2 biplane.

Out and About – Aviation Extravaganza
Assistant Editor Stu Fone reports from the Shropshire Scale Model Show at the RAF Museum Cosford.

Intermediate Build – Antrim’s Sub-Hunter
Italeri’s 1/48 Westland Wessex HAS.3 gets its rotors folded, courtesy of Brian Wakeman and Scalewarship.

Out and About – Moson Model Show
Editor Chris Clifford discovers high-class exhibits at Hungary’s top modelling event.

Intermediate Build – Under New Management
Toni Canfora gives a post-war civilian identity to Tamiya’s 1/48 2 ½ Ton Airfield Fuel Truck

Advanced Build – Lily over the Reich
Andy Davies makes a stellar effort in upgrading Airfix’s re-released Handley Page Halifax Mk.III.

In Focus – Handley Page Halifax Mk.III
Malcolm V. Lowe explores this important RAF bomber sub-type and some of its close relatives.

Intermediate Build – Cranwell King
MACH 2’s original 1/72 Beech King Air has been repackaged in a different form by Two Six Decals/Model Craft. Chris Jones builds it...but not without effort!

Photo Focus – RAF B200GT King Air
AMW offers exclusive reference photos of an RAF King Air, to help modellers with detail on the above-mentioned kit.

Out and About – East Midlands Show
Hinckley’s long-running event, in its 25th year, held many attractions for AMW’s Stu Fone.

Advanced Build – Testing Delta
Peter Johnson backdates Airfix’s Gloster Javelin FAW.9 to a highly attractive test and development aircraft.

In Focus – The Ace of Spades
Following last month's 1/72 US Marines Harrier build, former AV-8A Harrier pilot Art Nalls describes how this fighting force employed the aircraft.


The latest happenings in the world of plastic modelling.

Show Scene
At-a-glance model show calendar.

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

On the shelf
Fourteen pages of reviews highlight the latest modelling products.

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