Are you a Star Wars fan? If you want to follow the advice from up-thread and try something fresh and new, pick your favorite of the new Bandai Star Wars kits and have at it. They fall together, have great fit and detail, and most feature monochromatic paint schemes where your rattle can work would fit nicely.
They have the X-wing, TIE-Fighter, Y-Wing, Slave I and many others.
If you really want a 1/32 aircraft kit specifically, a cheap, easy, no-nonsense kit would be most of the Hasegawa stuff as has already been mentioned. Their FW-190 A series are nice kits that fall together if you like that.
Also, some of the very recent Revell of Germany kits are actually pretty nice and dirt cheap.
The Arado seaplane is cool, the FW 190 is OK and so on.
I don't know. It's hard to give someone inspiration! I suffer from this from time to time myself. I open a box, look it over, put it back. Then out of the blue I will be filled with inspiration to work on something I've had for 5 years. Where it comes from, I have no idea.
For about 6 months now I have been obsessed with the WNW kits and WWI in general; after a lifetime of having no interest in WWI! Where it comes from I don't know, but the inspiration has to come from within you!