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Airfix Jet Engine

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tc2324
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Airfix Jet Engine

Post by tc2324 » Sun Dec 22, 2013 11:16 am

Sprue review....., if you can call it that?

Looks ideal to brainwash...., err..., I mean teach the kiddies about jet engines.

No paint or glue needed, screwdiver included, batteries not so much. For ages 9 and above, so I should be ok and it says you need to use a hairdryer??

Apparently takes approx one and a half hours to construct, so thats about 3 days for me and I`ll post finished pictures when done.

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Not your standard instruction manual......,

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Re: Airfix Jet Engine

Post by Dave Smith » Sun Dec 22, 2013 4:31 pm

It makes a handy tool for teaching air cadets about propulsion.

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Re: Airfix Jet Engine

Post by waghorn41 » Sun Dec 22, 2013 7:42 pm

That looks like fun and being a bypass is up to date
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