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Fairey GOR339 Project 75, now available to order in 1/144 or 1/72


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Hi Guys

One new release but with options of scales and markings, so 4 alternative kits of this huge aircraft.

https://www.facebook.com/100063469116534/posts/pfbid02Qupev5CS9Ptb1cLCF8sZthXWULx1LPim1XDiLUa5pExPgjbXsnPAfUYehm4jpvxRl/?

Aerocraft Models has a new full kit in two scales and two decal alternatives.
FAIREY Tactical Strike Aircraft GOR.339 PROJECT 75.
The kit is fully designed in CAD and fully 3D printed, it contains a total of 57 parts, 56 are printed resin and the canopy is cast in clear resin.
There is an option to either choose ‘Lo Viz’ OR ‘Hi Viz’ decals.
The kit is produced in both 1/144 scale and 1/72 scales each scale has the same number of parts and the kits are identical other than the size.
This was to be a huge aircraft to deliver the Red Beard nuclear weapon, two of them are included to be fitted to the weapons bay. 
The kit has been drawn, developed over the last few months by Chad Summers and myself. We were given a huge amount of information and help by Joe Warner Cherrie, who has a wealth of information and knowledge on PAPER / PROTOTYPE / WHAT-IF subjects.
Thanks to Chad and Joe, I am now able to offer these kits.
Note to help with scale proportions there is the two kits, a complete 1/72 scale development kit, a partially assembled 1/144 and a 1/72 scale F-104 Starfighter on the table.

https://www.aerocraftmodels.com/fairey-tactical-strike-aircraft-gor339-project-75-lo-viz-221-p.asp

https://www.aerocraftmodels.com/fairey-tactical-strike-aircraft-gor339-project-75-hi-viz-222-p.asp

https://www.aerocraftmodels.com/fairey-tactical-strike-aircraft-gor339-project-75-lo-viz-224-p.asp

https://www.aerocraftmodels.com/fairey-tactical-strike-aircraft-gor339-project-75-hi-viz-223-p.asp

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  • 2 weeks later...

UPDATE ON THE 339 KITS
The first batch has been maile, more will be mailed out this week. The instructions are now also available at the bottom of each product listing on the website.

Thanks for the continued support.

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received the kit from Alistair at Aerocraft. First impressions ... waw, this may well be a game changer for this type of model with regards detail and buildability. the surfaces are smooth with nicely recessed panel detail

I will document my build as i go and post it up on a build thread

 

cheers, Joe

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