rematlamina wrote:lsrdatabase wrote:Hi There,
I can supply K7 Plans, as drawn-up for Ken Norris by Richard Corrigan. Ken gave me permission to scan them and reproduce them on CD.
Cost in the U.K. is £5.50 plus £1 P&P, and can be posted off by return mail.
Kindest regards, Fred
I am Richard Corrigan's son. We are not in touch much anymore but I would love to have the plans for K7. I have a vivid memory of him at the drawing board when I was young and he was working for ITT Creed in Brighton. Thanks in advance Mike
Madmonk wrote:Not yet Mike, though it might be a longer build than I initially thought!!
shadowman wrote:Hello to everyone.
Im new to the forum and with always having had a great interest in the Campbells world speed record attempts on land and water, Im pleased to have found this site. As a model maker I have been reading this thread with great interest. like a lot of other enthusiasts I would like to see a 1/35 plastic injected model of DCs K7 BB and after suggesting this to Airfix, this is the reply I got back.
I would like to appeal to as many members/enthusiasts as possible to e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with the request to have this model produced.
Dangermouse wrote:I think you need to look at scale in terms of the inevitable price of the finished kit. 1:32 will be detailed but expensive (to the extent that sales are likely to be low). Airfix might well consider making a smaller scale model as it would drop the price into "It's a bit different, an interesting model and not too expensive, I'll have one" territory as opposed to only selling to serious enthusiasts.
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