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I'm looking for 1/48 Avro Vulcan

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I'm looking for 1/48 Avro Vulcan
Posted by Anonymous on Wednesday, September 08, 2004 6:19 PM
Just wondered if any you guys or gals for that matter , had a 1/48 Avro Vulcan for sale . I think it was made here in the UK by a company called Dynovector.
Let me know or e-mail me if you wish . Much appreciations.Wink [;)]
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Posted by Anonymous on Wednesday, September 08, 2004 7:01 PM
Did they? How could I have missed that? I want one too! I know those Dynavector kits are all vacform and white metal, but I've heard few bad things about them. They just require a lot of attention, so I read. But a Vulcan in a real scale? That would be heaven. But Lord, that must require one big square of sandpaper and two gallons of water to get the fuselage halves sanded down evenly.
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Posted by bigfoot01 on Wednesday, September 08, 2004 9:58 PM
Here's the website: http://www.sangereng.fsnet.co.uk/index.html

John 

 

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Posted by upnorth on Thursday, September 09, 2004 2:10 AM
The 1/48 Vulcan I know of is made by Aeroclub and I've seen it advertised in the past through Meteor Productions.

They say it fills a secondary role as a coffee table very well! ;-)
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Posted by KJ200 on Thursday, September 09, 2004 2:48 AM
QUOTE: Originally posted by upnorth

The 1/48 Vulcan I know of is made by Aeroclub and I've seen it advertised in the past through Meteor Productions.

They say it fills a secondary role as a coffee table very well! ;-)


A 1/48 Vulcan would be my primary coffee table!

Karl

Currently on the bench: AZ Models 1/72 Mig 17PF

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Posted by Anonymous on Thursday, September 09, 2004 5:28 AM
There is a Vulcan kit (Aeroclub) in 1/48 actually on eBay Germany - if you have enough money! Big Smile [:D]

http://cgi.ebay.de/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=15512&item=3747249501&rd=1&ssPageName=WDVW
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Posted by Anonymous on Thursday, September 09, 2004 5:59 AM
there is one by airfix in the shelf of my LHS. if you need one i can give u contact details of sorts
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Posted by Anonymous on Thursday, September 09, 2004 6:20 AM
The Airfix one is 1/72 and should be currently available for around 35 euro's. The Aeroclub one is new to me Andreas, although it was apparently produced in the 1990's. I wonder how I could have missed that one? It's a little steep for my wallet, but looks to be decent value at around 70 euro's currently (plus shipping, which could cost as much!). There's your chance Topgunf14: very rare indeed!
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Posted by Anonymous on Thursday, September 09, 2004 6:31 AM
the airfix one is 1/72 ? i didnt realise that ! there is a built up example of it in the hobby shop and its HUGE ! and thats 1/72! youd have to have a hangar to store the 1/48th model!
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Posted by Anonymous on Thursday, September 09, 2004 10:02 AM
thanks you guys, guess I will have a look at ebay germany . 70 euros isn't to bad considering when I last saw it in the uk it was £99 .Thanks for the correction Upnorth ,I couldn't remember and thought it was dynovector cos they do a lot of vacform .
Got a little space left ( LOL) so I thought I would fill it thoroughly.
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Posted by Anonymous on Friday, September 10, 2004 1:11 PM
QUOTE: Originally posted by reggiethedorf

the airfix one is 1/72 ? i didnt realise that ! there is a built up example of it in the hobby shop and its HUGE ! and thats 1/72! youd have to have a hangar to store the 1/48th model!


If you think that is huge then you want to see my 1/72 scale C5 Galaxy by I.D Models.
It has a wing span close to 4ft and it dwarfs the Monogram 1/72 B52
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Posted by mkee on Friday, September 17, 2004 12:02 AM
QUOTE: Originally posted by TOPGUNF14

QUOTE: Originally posted by reggiethedorf

the airfix one is 1/72 ? i didnt realise that ! there is a built up example of it in the hobby shop and its HUGE ! and thats 1/72! youd have to have a hangar to store the 1/48th model!


If you think that is huge then you want to see my 1/72 scale C5 Galaxy by I.D Models.
It has a wing span close to 4ft and it dwarfs the Monogram 1/72 B52

Yep,rates right up there with the monogram B-36.They're huge and I love them.
Too bad my wife doesn't share my excitementWink [;)]
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  • From: DEEPING ST JAMES LINCOLNSHIRE uk
Posted by BINBROOK1 on Thursday, May 09, 2019 8:11 AM

Hi ,

Refrence you question I launch a 1/48 vulcan 9th june 3d printed 27.5 ins wing span this will be launched at ELSTREE london model show on that date it will incd U/C skybolt missiles &blue steel missiles and the air launched polaris system please have a look on my site LOST BRITISH PROJECTS on FB 

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