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Supermarine Walrus and Seagull V series.

February 15, 2015 in Aviation

Hi

Sorry for not posting before. My father has made the first 4 Walrus of this series.

1) Supermarine Walrus K5782 Sqd 700 – Deckheila, North Africa 1941

2) Supermarine Walrus ZA-W HD874 – Aug 1944: Rec’d 8 Communications Unit. / Nov 1944: Fitted with TT gear at 12 RSU. / Nov 1944: Rec’d 8 CU on completion of mods. (Thanks to Peter Malone who help us with his knowledge and information plus potos for all the RAAF Walrus / Seagull V).

3) Supermarine Walrus X10451 East Cowes – 1940 – Prototypes of mk II

4) Supermarine Walrus W3085 HMS Victorious – Japan – 1945

The first batch on the display cabinet.

Hi

My father has completed 4 new Supermarine Walrus and Seagull V. Fortunately our friend Luis has done the decals in order to completed some of these Walrus and other models done during the latest month. I will post the potos soon.

5) Supermarine Walrus NZ158, Auckland, New Zealand

6) Supermarine Seagull V K5772 MAEE 1939

7) Supermarine Seagull V A22 1941

8) Supermarine Seagull V A16

The first 8 models done at the display cabinet.

Cheers

Santiago

Hi

My father has completed 4 new Supermarine Walrus and Seagull V. Fortunately our friend Luis has done the decals in order to completed some of these Walrus and other models done during the latest months. I will post the potos soon.

5) Supermarine Walrus NZ158, Auckland, New Zealand

6) Supermarine Seagull V K5772 MAEE 1939

7) Supermarine Seagull V A22 1941

8) Supermarine Seagull V A16

The first 8 models done at the display cabinet.

Cheers

Santiago
Cheers
Santiago

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8 responses to Supermarine Walrus and Seagull V series.

  1. Stunning work there, your father is a fine modeler.
    Thank you for posting.

  2. Stunning workmanship and photography as always, sir….but I’m curious – you always refer to “your father’s builds” – do you build yourself?

  3. Very nice group of models, particularly of this unusual type, and the silhouette photos lend a dramatic touch. I assume they’re 1/72? The tail assembly reminds me of the old Matchbox series, with somewhat heavy trailing edges, but still very well presented.

  4. Fantastic series of models, and beautifully displayed and photographed. Congratulations to you and your father.

  5. Very nice job. I built one myself – French Navy but yours looks 1000x better than mine…

  6. Very nice. I just finished a Classic Airframes Walrus yesterday. Will be posting here soon. Will wait a bit now, so people don’t get Walrus overload…. Lol.

  7. Many thanks for all the words, about my our models, Craig, Santiago, donĀ“t have any time for to do models, but he do the reseach for all the models and contact with many historians of many countries.

  8. Very nice builds, like the rigging. Love the Walrus, a real forgotten hero of an aircraft.

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