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  • The first episode, "Airfix", was shown on BBC Two at 8 p.m. on Tuesday 27 October 2009.

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  • The renowned Czech sculptor David? erný welded each of the 27 pieces into what looks like a giant 'Airfix' model.

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  • As well as books, Ian Allan has railway models from companies such as Bachmann and Hornby, die-cast models, plastic kits from Tamiya and Airfix, and all the paints and glue needed to build them.

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  • But alas, Pan Am is to Mad Men as an Airfix model assembled by a blindfolded man with 10 fractured fingers and a severe bout of hiccups is to Concorde.

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  • After some negotiation, Kurtzhau agreed that a WWII tank would be just as good, so we settled for the Churchill Mk I, for which we have the Airfix Model.

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  • The SuperHeadz Plamodel DIY 35mm Camera combines my boyhood love of Airfix model making with my "grown up" obsession for DIY camera mods.

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  • I am working on an Airfix 54mm Highlander and have been going crazy finding a color pic online strangely, none of my books have a representation

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  • Forget it – there were too many Airfix kits to buy and make.

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  • But it was not just the making – with two long-standing friends, we developed an extraordinarily sophisticated war game, each of us with our own model armies – strictly to scale, courtesy of Airfix – and the latter parts of Saturdays and Sundays would often be spent locked in mortal combat.

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  • In the week that the Airfix model company has gone into administration, I have to record that the main object of my expenditure was Airfix kits and it is a measure of my relative wealth that, in those days, a basic kit cost a mere two shillings – 10p in new money.

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  • Airfix is probably most famous for its manufacture of plastic scale model kits of aircraft such as the Spitfire, the Hurricane, and the Harrier "jump-jet". In Britain, the name Airfix is synonymous with the hobby of building models. Modelling kits are often referred to as airfix kits, even when made by another manufacturer.

    March 26, 2011