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1:48 Hasegawa P-40K-5CU

by Frederick J Seitz III on February 26, 2013 · in Aviation — 6 Comments

Hey folks, my first post here. Kit is the 1:48 scale Hasegawa P-40K “Warhawk”. Model is built pretty much out of the box with the exception of the resin wheels from True Details and the wire brake lines….not really OOB […]

Keepin it movin!

by jeff stewart on February 26, 2013 · in Armor — 6 Comments

I think I’m having too much fun with the camera! 1/35 M2A1 Dragon Smartkit

this ones for you Rob!

by jeff stewart on February 26, 2013 · in Aviation — 10 Comments

1/48 revell f/a 18e super hornet. just to cheer up rob.

The case for good packing

by Rob Anderson on February 26, 2013 · in Uncategorized — 8 Comments

As some of you may know from here or over on Hyperscale I recently retired after 26 years in the Navy, serving primarily in the E-2 C-2 community, with time in S-3s and a dabbling in H-60s (the might MH-60S […]

the dirty bird

by jeff stewart on February 26, 2013 · in Aviation — 6 Comments

eduards 1/48 f6f5n, the plane depicts no real a/c. done for my own pleasure using a mix of markings from the kit. went a little overboard on the weathering! but i like it!

Terry Schuler’s “The Cotton Chopper” (Tamiya, 1/48th)

by Terry Schuler on February 25, 2013 · in Aviation — 8 Comments

This article was originally written and posted by my good friend David Hansen who was on imodeler at the time and I was not. Therefore this article puts me into a third person position. Being transferred to my blog March […]

Gone but not forgotten…Colorful Curtiss…

by Bill Koppos on February 25, 2013 · in Uncategorized — 10 Comments

For something different, I built this Classic Airframes 1/48 Cuban Hawk. A true representative of 1930’s color. This airplane had an interesting history, being flown by an American acrobatic pilot in the employ of the Cuban Airforce. It was my […]

1/32 HPH Avia B.534 Serie IV

by Tom Cleaver on February 25, 2013 · in Aviation — 5 Comments

It is hard to believe nowadays, but in the 1930s, there was a vibrant aviation industry in both Poland and Czechoslovakia, the original designs of which rivaled anything created in Germany, Great Britain, France, the Netherlands, the United States, or […]

not another tank! cant help myself!

by jeff stewart on February 24, 2013 · in Armor — 6 Comments

1/35 M5A1 stuart

keepin the cold steel goin!

by jeff stewart on February 24, 2013 · in Armor — 5 Comments

1/35 jagdpanzer IV