The first book in the Flightline series, featuring the unique and decidedly brutish de Havilland Sea Vixen, was released in November of 2010 to very favorable reviews.
After a little over two years, the Sea Vixen monograph is close to being sold out. Less than 20 copies remain. There may be a few left here and there at various online vendors, but after these are gone, its gone. This book will not be reprinted.
So, if you have been waiting to add this book to your library, there is very little time left. As before, if you order it from the Barracuda Studios website, you can get the book signed by the author (me!) if you like. Just include a note in your order letting me know how you want it signed. No charge for this option.
If you have not seen this book, it is an extremely in-depth close up look in full color of the Sea Vixen, including many reprinted manual illustrations. Exhaustive photographic coverage of the cockpits, landing gear, gear bays, dive brake and flaps, intakes, exhausts, radome, wing folds, droptanks and weapons, as well as a comprehensive look at the exterior, make this a very thorough reference. A detailed history of the Sea Vixen, written by noted aviation author Chris Bucholtz, and period photos, as well as a look at surviving airframes round out this book.
Just a heads up in case you were holding off til a later date to pick this one up.
Happy modelling! Roy