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“The first episode, "Airfix", was shown on BBC Two at 8 p.m. on Tuesday 27 October 2009.”
“The renowned Czech sculptor David? erný welded each of the 27 pieces into what looks like a giant 'Airfix' model.”
“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.”
“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.”
“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.”
“The SuperHeadz Plamodel DIY 35mm Camera combines my boyhood love of Airfix model making with my "grown up" obsession for DIY camera mods.”
“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”
“Forget it – there were too many Airfix kits to buy and make.”
“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.”
“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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