I am the one working on the 1/32 scale Vampire. Progress is slow as I do a lot of contract work with molds and castings for many customers, and I also have kids growing up!
It is far more simple to produce simple resin correction and detail sets than complete kits, and the Vampire is complex. So I managed to make prop and spinner sets mostly (Fusion Models).
The Vampire is certainly missing in 1/32 scale, but also a really accurate one in 1/48. The only accurate one now is the Airfix 1/72 kit.
For such a well known aircraft, it is very poorly documented and most scale plans are very bad. This is surprising as so many examples exist just about everywhere!
Sorry Ray for not getting back! Your photos of the cockpit were helpful as they helped to detail a section of the cockpit I couldn't see clearly in photos.
Here is a quick update of the work done:
Fuselage is done with engraving to add to the rear portion. Cockpit floor sides and back sections made but still without fittings.
Booms and tail planes are being worked on now with different versions planned for at the start (F1, F3 up, two seaters)
Wings have not been started.
I have almost finished the front landing gear and the main wheels, but not the main gear legs.
I was lucky to be able to measure the F3 in Ottawa before it was jacked-up 15 feet up!
I picked up a lot of technical info from the tech manuals and various sources such as books and photos on the net.
I do plan on finishing it and it will be accurate in shape!
If any are interested in photos I can make some of the kit parts as they are now...