Posts: 756 From: arnhem netherlands Registered: Feb 2009
posted 09-05-2010 05:05 PM
I saw Airfix's 1/114 Saturn V Skylab on another site, it will be release in October of this year. I must say the scale surprises me...
Henk Boshuijer Member
Posts: 379 From: Netherlands Registered: May 2007
posted 09-05-2010 06:18 PM
I am sure this is a misprint. It should read 1:144.
Jay Chladek Member
Posts: 2211 From: Bellevue, NE, USA Registered: Aug 2007
posted 09-06-2010 01:01 PM
It is a misprint. The majority of the Saturn is their old kit. The S-IVB workshop tooling is new. It will be launch configuration only, but the rear end of the Skylab has been tooled up, so the basics are there for somebody who wants to go the rest of the way to make an orbiting workshop with the unfurled (albeit scratchbuilt) solar arrays.
Posts: 1341 From: ridgefield, ct Registered: May 2002
posted 09-11-2010 02:51 PM
And getting those 10 solar arrays to scale - and to stay on - has been the bane of every scale modeler.
Posts: 4046 From: Geneva, Switzerland Registered: May 2006