The idea behind the scheme is that if an Airfix model no longer in production gets enough backing, it will bring it back. Model fans will be able to pre-order it via Hornby's website - once one has enough support, Hornby, which bought Airfix in 2006, will start manufacturing it again.
The company said it had launched the scheme thanks to popular demand "now the popularity of the hobby is increasing".
"Hornby is receiving many requests from enthusiasts to consider re-launching some older ranges of kits... [covering] all subject matters from historical figures like Henry VIII and Oliver Cromwell to common garden birds such as robins and woodpeckers, not just wartime aircraft," it said.
Richard Ames, Hornby's chief executive, added that many models now out of production are still "fondly remembered".