|HR Model's 1/72 scale 504N resin model
|HR Model's 1/72 scale 504R resin model
|UK's Vernon Free flight balsa model of the Avro 504N.
|I am looking for one of these kits to purchase. So if you have any information
regarding these kits, please contact me by email.
|1/72 scale vacuum formed model of the 504N with acid etched parts.
|Amodel's Avro 504K night fighter version.
|Amodel's MU-1 float plane version of the U-1
|Amodel's 1/72 scale 504 series including the MY-1.
|MPC's 504 model kit
|Here is the venerable 1/72 scale Airfix 504 model.
|The Merit kit may have been the first 504 model available.
This is Kurt Bengtson's electric powered RC 504 model produced by Aerodrome/RC Models
It has scale dihedral, no ailerons needed and comes with laser cut parts.
|This is a beautiful brand new 1/48th scale 504 model produced by Pegasus Models
in the UK. The model comes with white metal detail parts and rotary engine
|'Plane to Plane' by Martyn Chorlton is an
illustrated history of Frederick Sage &
Company Limited. It contains a large
collection of excellent photographs from
the past and the present. Based in
Walton, Peterborough, England from
1911 to 1936, the Sage Company was a
major sub-contractor for The Admiralty,
producing seaplanes for the Royal Naval
Air Service. Their earlier success
resulted in their receiving additional
contracts for various other aircraft
including the ubiquitous Avro 504. 'Plane
to Plane' contains 120 pages and is
wonderfully illustrated with over 150
black and white Photographs and 30
plans and drawings. It contains many
details regarding 504 production and
serial numbers for those interested. It is
available from Old Forge Publishing.
Please contact them for more
Here is a listing of internet based resources for modelers and others interested in Avro 504s.
I want to thank Craig Wise for his recent help with some Avro 504 aircraft history. Please be sure to visit his wonderful web site:
Bomber County Aviation Resource
where he has all kinds of valuable details on aircraft flown in the RAF.
1.) New Zealand's Classics Fighter Collection has terrific video clips on their web site of Nigel Hamlin-Wright's Avro 504K G-ECKE now at its new home Down Under!
Many thanks to Jens Klank for bringing this site to my attention. Be sure to check out Jen's site dedicated to Biplanes .