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This is going to be a huge GB so we thought to make a nice list showing all the builds and the people building them! This list will of course be updated regularly. We have 100+ participants and we should expect multiple builds from a lot of¬†you so we're talking hundreds of builds here ūüôā¬†

 

On a side note: we're only listing initial releases as per Scalemates info here, so in case you're building a rebox it could be that the kit number and year don't match with what you're building.

 

Note: a red (RFI) brings you to the build's gallery entry.

 

Last updated: 15/02/2021 05:30 London time.

 

Aircraft - Helicopters

225 (1980) - SA.316 / SA.319 Alouette III - TimV1969

501 (1978) - Aérospatiale SA 365 Dauphin - stevej60

L340 (1967) - SA 330 - Olmec Head

L341 (1967) - Lama - Bjorn (RFI)

 

Aircraft - Jets

071 (1978) - Bachem Ba 349A "Natter" - Fieseler Fi 103 "Reichenberg" IV - Jockney (RFI), Johnson (RFI)

201 (1981) - M.D. 450 Ouragan - stevej60 (RFI), Jinxman (RFI)

207 (1978) - Republic F-84 G "Thunderjet" - Paul821 (RFI), John Masters (RFI)

220 (1980) - CM 170 Fouga Magister - stevej60, John, JosephLalor

221 (1980) - SNCASE SE.535 Mistral - Wez, Graeme H

253 (1976) - Mirage III - Enzo Matrix (RFI)

255 (1977) - SAAB 35 Draken - Bjorn (RFI), Bjorn (RFI)

256 (1977) - Saab 37 Viggen - Bjorn (RFI), Bjorn (RFI)

257 (1977) - Dassault-Breguet / Dornier "Alpha Jet" - stevej60, Anatol Pigwa

258 (1978) - Mirage F1 - Enzo Matrix (RFI)

260 (1978) - SAAB J 29 "Tunnan" - Wez, Bjorn (RFI), Orso

263 (1976) - Jaguar versions A, E - Enzo Matrix (RFI)

277 (1979) - North American F-86F Sabre - klr, stevej60 (RFI), mike romeo (RFI)

283 (1979) - De Havilland FB.5 Vampire - AdrianMF (RFI), Orso, Bjorn (RFI)

301 (1980) - Lockheed T.33 Shooting Star - John

343 (1982) - Saab J.32 Lansen - Rudolf_Filip, Bjorn (RFI)

346 (1981) - Gloster Javelin T.3 - SledDawg

351 (1979) - AMD Mirage IV A - PaulT 876, PeterB (RFI), PhantomBigStu, IanHx (RFI)

354 (1979) - AMD Mirage 2000 - klr (RFI)

360 (1984) - AMD Super Etendard - PeterB (RFI)

361 (1984) - AMD Etendard IVM - Jean

596 (1979) - AMD Mirage IV A - ArnieC, CYA

599 (1979) - AMD Mirage III C/B - exdraken (RFI)

701 (1978) - Mercure - Halcyonjet

80305 (1985) - Boeing 707 Intercontinental - Romeo Alpha Yankee, Jabba (RFI), Back in the Saddle

858 (1977) - Airbus - Rob S

L015 (1962) - Trident - CliffB (RFI)

L086 (1974) - Messerschmitt 262B-1a/U1 - mike romeo, Prenton

L105 (1958) - Trident - Rudolf_Filip

L251 (1973) - MiG-19 - PeterB (RFI), John Masters (RFI)

L252 (1973) - MiG-21 - helios16v

L300 (1957) - Caravelle - Rob Lyttle (RFI)

 

Aircraft - Propeller

072 (1976) - FIESELER Fi 156C-3 STORCH - vppelt68, Richard Tucker (RFI), John Masters (RFI), klr (RFI)

073 (1976) - Chance Vought F4U-1 Corsair - Fightersweep

074 (1976) - Messerschmitt Bf 109 K - John

077 (1960) - Messerschmitt B.f.108B "Taifun" - stevej60, jpthedog (RFI), klr (RFI)

078 (1976) - B√ľcker B√ľ 133 Jungmeister - Jockney¬†(RFI)

079 (1978) - North American T-6G "Texan" - TEMPESTMK5, Stevehnz (RFI), alt-92 (RFI), Grandboof

088 (1975) - Spitfire Mk Vb - alt-92 (RFI)

089 (1975) - Messerschmitt B.f 109E - Fightersweep (RFI), TommyF (RFI), Ratch (RFI)

099 (1975) - Polikarpov I-153 - Fightersweep (RFI)

101 (1978) - Messerschmitt Bf 109 B - Corsairfoxfouruncle (RFI), Rabbit Leader, Malpaso (RFI), Fightersweep (RFI)

102 (1978) - Dewoitine D 510 - Enzo Matrix (RFI), AdrianMF (RFI)

151 (1977) - Focke Wulf 56 "Stösser" - Rabbit Leader, Greg Law (RFI)

152 (1977) - Hawker Hurricane Mk II c - stevej60

153 (1978) - Gloster Gladiator II - Rafwaffe (RFI), Bjorn (RFI)

154 (1977) - Bell P-39 Q/N Airacobra - alt-92 (RFI)

155 (1977) - Grumman F6F-5 Hellcat - Fightersweep (RFI)

156 (1977) - DEWOITINE 501 - Richard Humm (RFI), AdrianMF (RFI), John Masters (RFI), TonyW, Fightersweep (RFI)

159 (1978) - Hawker "Tempest" Mk-V - TEMPESTMK5 (RFI), mike romeo (RFI), Richard Tucker (RFI)

161 (1977) - P.Z.L. P.11c - Fightersweep (RFI)

162 (1977) - Arado 96 - Dean Whiston (RFI), Fightersweep (RFI), Davecov

165 (1978) - Caudron Renault C 635 "Simoun" - Jockney (RFI), jpthedog (RFI)

224 (1979) - Nieuport Delage NiD 622 - Jean (RFI)

240 (1979) - Heinkel He 112 BO/B1 - Rabbit Leader, Pete F (RFI), Corsairfoxfouruncle (RFI), Ratch (RFI), Fightersweep (RFI)

241 (1979) - Arado Ar 196A - Desk Flyer (RFI), Fightersweep (RFI)

247 (1979) - P.Z.L P 23A/B Karas - Fightersweep (RFI)

261 (1980) - Saab J21A - klr (RFI), Bjorn (RFI), grufsnik

262 (1981) - Saab 91 Safir - Bjorn (RFI)

279 (1981) - N.A. T-28 Trojan/Fennec - Wez (RFI), ThePlasticSurgeon (RFI), TEMPESTMK5 (RFI)

282 (1979) - Supermarine Spitfire Mk XVI E - PeterB (RFI), PhantomBigStu (RFI), BlackAck (RFI), TonyOD (RFI)

285 (1980) - Curtiss SBC-4 Helldiver / Cleveland I - Wez

304 (1980) - Canadair C.L 215 - JB65rams (RFI)

310 (1982) - Lockheed L-749 Constellation - TonyW (RFI)

311 (1983) - Lockheed EC-121 Warning Star - stevej60

345 (1979) - D.H 89 Dragon Rapide - Heather Kay (RFI), Dom Barr (RFI), Unkempt, 825 (RFI), lewis25049 (RFI)

380 (1979) - Junkers Ju 52/3m - Heather Kay (RFI), mike romeo (RFI)

803 (1978) - Nord 2501 Noratlas - Zebra, bianfuxia (RFI)

L081 (1972) - Messerschmitt Bf.109 - Toryu (RFI), Johnson (RFI)

L083 (1972) - Curtiss P.40 E. - PhantomBigStu (RFI)

L084 (1974) - Thunderbolt P-47N - TonyOD (RFI)

L090 (1975) - Yak 3 Normandie-Niemen - Enzo Matrix (RFI)

L091 (1965) - Bloch 152 - Prenton, AdrianMF (RFI), TonyW (RFI)

L092 (1965) - Dewoitine 520 - AdrianMF (RFI), TonyW (RFI)

L093 (1965) - MORANE 406 - klr (RFI)

L094 (1966) - Curtiss 75.A3 - Corsairfoxfouruncle (RFI), TonyW (RFI), TonyW (RFI)

L095 (1967) - Mureaux 117 - Enzo Matrix (RFI), Heather Kay (RFI), John Masters (RFI)

L096 (1967) - Caudron 714 - Jockney (RFI)

L097 (1967) - Morane 225 - Richard Tucker (RFI)

L098 (1967) - Morane 230 - Enzo Matrix (RFI), Richard Tucker

L335 (1964) - Arc En Ciel - TonyW (RFI)

L390 (1966) - Amiot 143 - Jockney (RFI), TonyW, TonyOD (RFI)

L391 (1966) - Liore 45 - RidgeRunner, JWM (RFI), AntoineG, TonyW

L392 (1967) - Breguet 693 - TonyW, Richard Tucker (RFI)

L393 (1966) - Bloch 174 - Lightningboy2000 (RFI)

L394 (1967) - Potez 631 - TonyW (RFI)

L395 (1967) - Potez 540 - Pin

L545 (1967) - Bloch 210 - Adrian Hills (RFI), klr

 

Humans - Humans (World War II)

118 (1977) - Waffen SS - Islesy

143 (1977) - Groupe mitrailleuses Hotchkiss - Dean Whiston (RFI)

144 (1977) - Compagnie Saharienne - Ted (RFI)

 

Ships - Aircraft carriers

L1005 (1964) - Foch - stevej60

 

Ships - Cruisers

1032 (1976) - Prinz Eugen - Ventora3300

L870 (1967) - Jeanne D'Arc - Davecov (RFI)

 

Ships - Fishery vessels

754 (1978) - Thonier "Armor" - JB65rams

N605 (1970) - Sinagot Cotre - Ernie

 

Ships - Passenger ships

062 (1970) - Occident - TonyW

 

Ships - Sailing ships

056 (1977) - DRAKKAR OSEBERG - Jockney (RFI)

064 (1977) - La Reale - Dean Whiston (RFI)

 

Space - Space

L021 (1971) - Apollo - helios16v (RFI)

 

Vehicles - Cars

1304 (1977) - Citro√ęn Traction Avant - Bengalensis¬†(RFI)

146 (1980) - Alpine A310 - cmatthewbacon (RFI)

160 (1979) - Peugeot 203 - JeroenS (RFI)

173 (1979) - R5 Turbo - Scargsy (RFI)

175 (1979) - Citro√ęn 2 CV - TimJ¬†(RFI)

180 (1979) - Leyland Princess 2000 - Halcyonjet

182 (1979) - Alfa Romeo ALFA-SUD - cmatthewbacon (RFI)

183 (1979) - Jaguar XJS - cmatthewbacon (RFI)

185 (1979) - Leyland Rover 3500 - Bjorn (RFI)

186 (1979) - Lancia BETA Turbo - TimJ (RFI)

196 (1976) - Renault 30TS - Bengalensis (RFI)

197 (1976) - Citroen CX2000 - cmatthewbacon (RFI)

707 (1979) - Delahaye 135 - Rob Lyttle (RFI)

709 (1978) - Jaguar Type E 3L8 FHC - Rob Lyttle (RFI)

711 (1979) - Talbot-Lago Record 1950 - TimJ

712 (1979) - Mercedes-Benz 300 SL - TonyW

721 (1979) - Talbot Lago 4L5 Grand Prix - Ottopv (RFI), Rob Lyttle (RFI)

722 (1978) - Bentley 4.5L Blower - Wimbledon99 (RFI)

724 (1981) - Renault Vivastella "PG7" - Dean Whiston (RFI)

727 (1983) - Citro√ęn B.14 'Torpedo de Luxe' - cherry268¬†(RFI)

763 (1978) - Citro√ęn 15.Six Traction Avant - Davecov¬†(RFI), Davecov¬†(RFI)

L760 (1968) - R8 Gordini - tangerine_sedge (RFI)

 

Vehicles - Tanks

197 (1979) - Somua S 35 - srkirad (RFI), Davecov (RFI)

199 (1976) - AMX 30 - PeterB (RFI)

781 (1975) - AMX 13 - janneman36 (RFI), Foxbat

 

Vehicles - Trucks

703 (1982) - Citro√ęn C4 Waterman - Ottopv¬†(RFI)

770 (1979) - Scania LB 141 - JeroenS (RFI)

780 (1980) - Delahaye type 103 "Bonneville" - chimpion (RFI)

 

Vehicles - Utility

3501 (1983) - Massey Ferguson - cherry268 (RFI)

 

GB stats

Total subjects: 305

Total builders: 122

Total builds: 220

Active builders: 95

Completed builds: 154

Completion ratio: 70,0%

Build average: 2,3

 

Builds per category

Aircraft > Helicopters: 4

Aircraft > Jets: 56

Aircraft > Propeller: 115

Humans > Humans (World War II): 3

Ships > Aircraft carriers: 1

Ships > Cruisers: 2

Ships > Fishery vessels: 2

Ships > Passenger ships: 1

Ships > Sailing ships: 2

Space > Space: 1

Vehicles > Cars: 24

Vehicles > Tanks: 5

Vehicles > Trucks: 3

Vehicles > Utility: 1

 

Builds per scale

1:8: 1

1:24: 16

1:35: 5

1:43: 11

1:48: 3

1:50: 4

1:60: 1

1:72: 166

1:75: 1

1:100: 3

1:125: 3

1:180: 1

1:400: 4

1:450: 1

 

Top 10 popular subjects

Messerschmitt Bf 109: 10

Dassault Mirage IV: 6

De Havilland DH 89 Dragon Rapide: 5

Heinkel He 112: 5

Dewoitine D.500: 5

Supermarine Spitfire: 5

Lioré & Olivier LeO 451: 4

North American T-6 Texan: 4

Fieseler Fi 156 Storch: 4

Citro√ęn 15CV Traction: 3

 

Top 3 Heller admirateurs

13 builds: TonyW

12 builds: Bjorn

11 builds: Fightersweep

 

Top 3 Gallery Entries

12 builds: Bjorn

10 builds: Fightersweep

7 builds: Enzo Matrix, TonyW

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  • JeroenS changed the title to Heller Classic GB Build List

That looks familiar Jeroen !¬†ūüėȬ†
Seriously, thanks for taking this on and all your background work will make updating this so much easier. It also might allow me to concentrate on building and commenting on everyone’s builds a little more. 

This does promise to be a truly bumper GB and if the last two days proposed WIPs are anything to go by, we should see a huge selection of Hellers extensive back catalogue being built here. 
 

Cheers and well done.. Dave (self proclaimed GB Build list founding member!). 

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2 hours ago, PhantomBigStu said:

Just realised my potential entry isn’t on the list, still keeping it cryptic what it is, what about types that are on that list but have additional parts to become a new type?  

Hi Stu

Pop the details in the chat section or PM me, I'll keep your build a secret. Happy to discuss.

cheers Pat 

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6 minutes ago, JOCKNEY said:

Hi Stu

Pop the details in the chat section or PM me, I'll keep your build a secret. Happy to discuss.

cheers Pat 

Nah, being silly keeping it secret, probably will end up losing the auction anyway, but if I don’t it’s the E-3 sentry, the 707 kit with the added radome and new engines 

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3 minutes ago, PhantomBigStu said:

Nah, being silly keeping it secret, probably will end up losing the auction anyway, but if I don’t it’s the E-3 sentry, the 707 kit with the added radome 

Blooming Nora, im gonna need a bigger phone to be able to fit your pictures in !

Good luck in the Auction, I think Stevej60 might be after it as well. ūüėĄ

cheers Pat 

 

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Hi folks, like Heather, I will try my hand at #380, the Ju52/3m.  I feel a stereotypical Ostfront peeling snow camo finish being attempted.

 

Rgds

 

Martin

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53 proposed builds already... and we’ve still got days to go before we even make a start!! OMG, we might be over 100 builds by the time this show kicks off!! 
 

Cheers and keep ‚Äėem coming.. Dave

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7 hours ago, Rabbit Leader said:

53 proposed builds already... and we’ve still got days to go before we even make a start!! OMG, we might be over 100 builds by the time this show kicks off!! 
 

Cheers and keep ‚Äėem coming.. Dave

Should I wait to post my proposed build(s) until after the start then? :D

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17 minutes ago, Romeo Alpha Yankee said:

Should I wait to post my proposed build(s) until after the start then? :D

Why not show your hand early Ray.. C’mon let’s see what you’ve got! 

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Can I ask a GB newbie question? If I finish my Amiot with time to spare, can I add another build at that point, or do I have to register all planned builds before the GB start son Saturday? Ta.

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@TonyOD, you can build as many Heller kits as you want too within the GB activity dates and theres no need to advise your projected kits before this Saturday. It looks as if a few of us are getting just a little bit too excited and starting a build thread seems to keep us calmer before we all start hacking into plastic. I’ve got two planned for now, however will no doubt change my mind on the next one(s) before these are finished. 
Cheers and enjoy the madness!., Dave 

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Thanks @Rabbit Leader - my stash will betaking a turn for the French over the next few weeks and I might find myself spoilt for choice by the time I've finished the Amiot (Choose, buy and build one kit at a time? Where's the fun in that?). As every build I do now is going to be a Heller a build, I might as well try and cram them into the GB as long as it's running, just for the laughs...

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On 9/27/2020 at 8:23 PM, JeroenS said:

Top 3 Heller admirateurs

5 builds: stevej60

4 builds: Enzo Matrix

3 builds: AdrianMF, Heather Kay, Jockney, PeterB, TEMPESTMK5, Wez

I'm sure there will be several salivating members jockeying to get onto this Heller GB "Leader's Board."... queue @TonyW

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13 minutes ago, Rabbit Leader said:

I'm sure there will be several salivating members jockeying to get onto this Heller GB "Leader's Board."... queue @TonyW

I think we should have a "completed ratio" leader board as well ūüėȬ†

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4 hours ago, Rabbit Leader said:

I'm sure there will be several salivating members jockeying to get onto this Heller GB "Leader's Board."... queue @TonyW

Who, me? Whatever gives you that idea? Perish the thought! 

 

The temptation to list what I think I can do here is strong. I'll add a couple later. I don't want to clog the place up with a load of DNQ's though.

 

There's plenty of contenders here, the Santa doesn't count, apparently it's an Airfix model in a Heller box! Pat's responsible for another pair on the way and I've ordered a car that I've wanted to build for many years. That lot will keep me humming away like Hilda Ogden for a week or two!!!

 

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Tony Ogden.

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Haha.  I've got 3 earmarked...but I'm not posting the next one until I get the preceding one complete.....or at least to paint.

 

1. MiG-21

2. Super Etendard

3. Bf-108 Taifun

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8 minutes ago, Troy Smith said:

I have a rebox of Heller's Hurricane IIc that has been a 'a project in box', certainly under 25%, I'd been working on fixing it's wing problem, so this is good reason to finish it up.

Ideal welcome to the GB Troy.

 

cheers Pat 

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1 hour ago, JeroenS said:

We're at 98 builds with @stevej60 leading by a nose length into the first corner, will @TonyW be able to keep up?

I can add loads Jeroen, finishing them is another matter. I'll get my opening salvo done and dusted before getting all excited again. The bottomless pit that is French camouflage colours is holding me back a bit at the moment!

 

Tony.

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4 minutes ago, TonyW said:

I'll get my opening salvo done and dusted before getting all excited again

Good strategy!

 

4 minutes ago, TonyW said:

The bottomless pit that is French camouflage colours is holding me back a bit at the moment!

I know nothing on that subject but I'm sure you could always employ the old "laissez faire" to speed things up a little¬†ūüôā¬†

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