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Photo Focus – Farewell Corsair
Joerg Stange provides superb reference images from the Hellenic Air Force A-7 retirement.
Basic Build – Tremendous Tarheel
Hasegawa’s 1/32 P-47D ‘Bubbletop’ makes an eye-catching build subject for Steve Abbey.
Advanced Build – Dusty Leopard
Paul Cawte marries a Legend Productions conversion set with Italeri’s old 1/35 Leopard to produce a Canadian Leopard C2 MEXAS.
Photo Focus – MEXAS in Afghanistan
Study the battle-hardened features of the Leopard MEXAS, via Carl Schulze’s superb in-theatre reference photos.
Out and About – Scale ModelWorld 2014
AMW reports from the World’s biggest modelling event, at Telford, UK.
Battle and Build – Tallboy Lancaster B.Mk.I (Special)
A Freightdog Models conversion enables Tony O’ Toole to produce a wellknown Tallboy Lancaster. Attacks on the Tirpitz battleship are also explained.
Intermediate Build – Butterfly Ball
Airfix has re-released its 1/72 Fouga CM.170 Magister. Here, Jennifer Wright replicates an Irish Air Corps example, and adds extra detail.
In Focus – Fouga CM.170 Magister
Joe Maxwell explains the history of the Fouga Magister in Irish service, and provides useful walk-round images.
Advanced Build – CF-5A
In the second instalment of our look at the F-5, José Pires adds extra detail and a Canadian late-service scheme to Kinetic's 1/48 Freedom Fighter.
Intermediate Build – Suzuki RGV-R (XR-74)
Ian Hartup gets the Pepsi Max feeling with Kevin Swantz’s 1988 bike, courtesy of Fujimi.
Exclusive Build – Angara Rocket
Real Space expert Peter Johnson appraises LVM Studios’ new Angara-1.2PP booster, with an exclusive build.
Out and About – Brampton Model Show
Assistant Editor Stu Fone presents a photographic report from his own model club’s event.
The latest happenings in the world of plastic modelling.
A comprehensive and up-to-date calendar of model-related events
Readers gets the chance to showcase their own Airfix builds.
On the shelf
Thirteen pages of reviews bring you the latest modelling products
Put forward your case to AMW, as to why a particular ‘missing’ kit subject should be made available.