I don't know how many of you modellers out there are the same as me. You start a project and then you put it aside for a while to start on another one. Then repeat that again and again. At the end of the year, you've started ten or twelve projects and only finished eight of them. Result four unfinished kits sitting on the shelf, then this increases after another year.
Now this is my problem, I have fourteen kits in various stages of being built and about 150 kits waiting to be started on. I know, I can't resist a bargain on a kit when I see it, or it's that impulse of seeing a kit and the desire to buy it takes over. So here is the list of what needs to be finished.
1996 Chevrolet Blazer 1/25th
1953 Ford Pick Up Custom 1/25th
1953 Chevrolet BelAir Custom 1/25th
Jaguar XJR-8 LM 1/24th
2004 Pontiac GTO (being converted into a Vauxhall Monaro) 1/25th
Supermarine Seafire Mk 1b Revell 1/32nd
F6F-3 Hellcat Eduard 1/48th
A-10 Thunderbolt Revell 1/72nd with BigEd set
F-14A Tomcat Hasegawa 1/48th
Black Buck One Vulcan and Victor in-flight re-fueling 1/72nd
MiG-31 Foxhound ICM 1/72nd
Curtis SB2C Helldiver Airfix 1/72nd
F-86 F-30 Sabre Academy 1/48th
Plus a couple of others
Now the BelAir, Ford pick up, Monaro conversion and Black Buck One are long term projects. But the others are not. So what's next? The Jaguar just needs the body re-painting, the decals are no good for it so it'll be a privately own car. The Blazer needs painting and final assembly. The Sabre is mainly painting and final assembly. The remainder need a fair bit doing to them. So for now it's between the Jaguar, Blazer and Sabre to finish next.
What shall I do?