After delays caused by mold problems and the pandemic, Border Model announced that their new tool Avro Lancaster B Mk.I/III has finally been dispatched.

As previously reported, the 1/32 offering (BF010) boasts a full interior with realistic surface detail, detailed cockpit and Merlin engines as well as high-precision copper metal machine gun barrels.

The kit will is offered in limited quantities, with the company stating: “after this batch of Lancaster is sent, it will not be able to be produced again for a long time. Large molds are very troublesome to repair.”

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Roden has released a new Convair NB-36H Crusader model kit in 1/144 scale.

The Convair NB-36H Crusader was an American research aircraft built in 1955 based on the B-36H bomber to determine the possibility of installing a nuclear reactor and so remain airborne for a long time.

Details on the new offering (#348) are limited, although is is shown as offering the livery of B/N 51-5712: Special Atomic Research Flight, New Mexico, 1956. The kit follows a new tool B-36B released in 2020 and a B-36D/F/H/J released last year.

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Aerodynamic Media, LLC is proud to announce the release of the 23rd issue of The Flying Machine: Early Aero Quarterly.

Issue #23 Contents:

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A “static display” Westland Lynx AH9 has been spotted for sale. The listing states (in part):

“The final and ultimate variant”… this example has been fully decommissioned & most internal systems removed. Ideal for use as ground instructional training airframe, emergency EVAC trainer, gate guardian or stunning looking museum static display exhibit.

The machine is located in Ipswich, United Kingdom and is currently being offered for £28,995. Click here to check out the listing.

A 1940 Piper J4A Cub Coupe has been spotted for sale. The listing states (in part):

1940 Piper J4A Offered for Sale. C85-12 (Workmanship Warranty by Don’s Dream Machines for 200 Hours or 2 Years, whichever comes first); Sensenich M76A K-2 Prop; TT: 3,071; White Exterior Color w/Red and Blue Striping; N# N35001; Airframe Overhaul in 1991 due to Plane Flipping Over in 1987; Logbooks Available Back to 1969; Avionics / Equipment / Modifications; Newer Slick Magneto Ignition Kit K4520-40; Struts Sealed 1999; Grove Disc Brakes 2018; Stits Polyfiber; Last Annual 12/03/2021

The aircraft is located in Rawlins, Wyoming and is currently available for bidding. Click here to check out the listing.

1941 Waco UPF-7 For Sale

A 1941 Waco UPF-7 has been spotted for sale. The listing states (in part):

N32013 SN 5644 Continental W670-A 220HP GTX-327 transponder, 3 place intercom, Cleveland brakes, roller bearings, TSO 780, TSR 2300… Wheel pants included.

The aircraft is located in Bartlett, NH and is available for $139,000. Click here to check out the listing.

A 1958 Piper PA-22 airframe has been spotted for sale. The listing states (in part):

1958 Piper PA-22/20 Pacer airframe, 3185 TT, mods, beautiful, lite damage. This is a very, very nice Tripacer converted to conventional gear… this airplane was stripped of fabric in 2004, the frame was cleaned and primed and all fabric was replaced with PolyFiber… also in 2004, the interior was replaced with a soft cloth in light tan, new seatbelts installed, the instruments upgraded to all modern gyros in a new metal panel, and the airplane basically freshened everywhere! Hangered ever since… the last annual inspection just expired 7/1/2021… sold with FAA bill of sale, all of the airframe logs since new, lots of other paperwork and the actual original FAA airworthiness certificate from 1958!

The aircraft is located in Sacramento, California and is currently available for
US $9,950, although bids are also being accepted. Click here to check out the listing, which includes a number of additional photos and a detailed overview of damage.

A 1941 Waco YKS-7 is available for sale. The listing states (in part):

Always Hangared, No Damage Reported and Logs Complete; Total Time: 2888; Serial # 5277; Registration #NC31653; Engine 1 Time: 1921 SNEW; Engine 2 Time: 106 SMOH; Prop 1 Time: 1921 SNEW… Engines / Mods / Prop: Continental W670-M 240 Hp; 106 SMOH By Radial Engines; Curtiss Reed Polished Prop; Oil Tank Shutoff Valve with Starter Interrupt; Oil Tank Heater; Crankcase Heater; Cabin Heat; Cleveland Wheels And Brakes with New 6 Ply Tires; Converted to Concorde Sealed Battery; Dual Oil Coolers; Avionics / Equipment: KX-125 Navcomm; Stratus ESG Transponder with ADS-B Out; Aux Com Jacks Wired to Ptt Switch and Phones; Aux Antenna Jack; Intercom; ATC Recorder; Stereo Input Jack; Airframe: Refurbished In 2007 At The Waco Classic Co.; Annual Due 3-21; Vacuum Flaps; New Windshield Side Panels 2013; Interior / Exterior: Very Attractive Original Paint Scheme; All Original Fairings Present; Dual Grimes Landing Lights; Grimes Rotating Beacon; Older Interior Very Well Executed, Looks Good, Smells Good; Front Seat Hooker Harnesses; New Custom Airtex Wall To Wall Carpet Mats; Mounted Fire Extinguisher

The aircraft is located in Novi, Michigan and is currently being offered for US $155,000, although offers are also being accepted. Click here to check out the listing.

A 1934 Fairchild 24 C8C has been spotted for sale. The listing states (in part):

FRESH ANNUAL! MOTIVATED TO SELL. BID TO BUY! Engine/Prop: Werner 165, Sensenich; HP: 165 HP; TT: 2399.2; SMOH: 243.2; STOH: 152.2; Exterior Colors: Cream/Maroon; N#: NC14397; No Damage History, Always Hangared, Logs Complete; Avionics / Equipment / Modifications: New Exhaust, New Prop, Generator, ADSB

The aircraft is located in Naples, Florida and is currently available for US $89,900. Click here to check out the listing.

A 1947 Beech Bonanza 35 has been spotted for sale. The listing states (in part):

Be flying & ready for 75th anniversary at Oshkosh! Aircraft disassembled for transport. No damage. Nice paint will wax & look nice. No AD front spar. Speed slope. Nice interior. 2 KX-170Bs. Hydraulic prop. E-185 205hp. M style tips. Only 1953 TT. 395SMOH. 50 SPOH Last annual 2003. Been stored properly. Easy bolt together. Registration is expired & cancelled HOWEVER, AIC title company has handled getting it back to date. proof of submission included in pictures. Airplane will be registered again with the same N number. Control surfaces are good. 1 Ruddervators was reskinned.

The aircraft is located in Big Cabin, Oklahoma and is currently available for bidding. Click here to check out the listing.