Our latest title, Building the British Phantoms Volume One by Geoff Coughlin, represents our most successful book launch to date. And the feedback has been equally positive:
“All I can say is wow! When combined with the Richard Ward book on British phantom units, you have everything you need to build a decent FG.1”
– Paul Pendleton-Brown, UK
“…just started to go through it and it’s excellent!”
– John Laidlaw, USA
“Just bought a copy, it’s a whole new world in aircraft restoration in model form. 366 full color pages full of high resolution photos for only 20 Australian dollars. Bravo”
– Yoav Efrati, Israel
“Bought it the day it was released and it’s brilliant mate. Well done”
– Paul Harrison, Australia
“I have just started reading the Phantom book and WOW, I really like it. Thanks for putting it together, it will be a fantastic reference for anyone building the FG.1. I can’t wait to get the next volumes!”
– Don Harding, Singapore
“Just purchased it… If it isn’t already thought of as The gold standard for how these “how to model” guides should be done in the future, well, it needs to be !”
– Bruce Anders, Australia
This bodes well for the future of the series. If you haven’t purchased your copy yet, it’s available from our webstore for just 20 Australian dollars.
Building the British Phantoms Volume One
In this 366-page eBook, Geoff Coughlin—with the aid of a host of contributors—guides you through the specifics of building the FG.1 Phantom in Royal Navy, Fleet Air Arm, and A&AEE service. With six kit builds, 20 colour profiles, chapters on the Evolution and Key Features of the FG.1, along with an extensive 61-page Walkaround section, this book is an essential resource for anyone wanting to build this particular version of the British Phantom.
Note: all our prices are in Australian dollars.
Version 2.1 Now Available!
Volume Two is a work in progress, but will be delayed somewhat while Geoff recovers from some shoulder surgery. Stay tuned for news on other titles very soon, however!