This is the A-36A owned by Tom Friedkin, after it was restored for flight by Fighter Rebuilders in 2010. The airplane is now painted like the A-36A from the 86th FBG with the mission marks all over the fuselage, one of the decal options in the [...]
Yet another old build dusted off and presented for your dining and dancing pleasure. This time an old Revell (?) 48th scale Heinkel bomber. Don't see a lot of these kits built anymore for some reason. It would appear that my somewhat sloppy te[...]
My latest build. Learned a lot of new words, mainly swearing en cursing, during this build because it was a bloody PITA!!!!
The engine doesn't fit properly in the frame, nor does the parts for the cowling and guns.
Did a lot of sanding, putty-i[...]
I had this one sitting around for centuries, before I decided to build it. My Fury stash had to start somewhere, so I chose the oldest one first. Most people, it seems, did not like the ESCI version. I don't know how accurate or inaccurate i[...]
The smaller 48th Stuka I just posted seemed to be among your 'favorites', so I thought I'd dust off this old build and share some additional Stuka pics with everyone. I'm not even sure which version this particular JU-87 is, but it DOES have a bomb.
The Special Hobby 1/32 Finnish Hawk 75. Known to the Finns as the "Sussu," this was done as the airplane flown by Kyosti Karhila, the top-scoring Finnish Hawk 75 ace (13.5 victories). Right after I finished it I discovered this was a later pai[...]
This is the Special Hobby Hawk 75A-4 "Mohawk IV" kit.
The French Air Force, in addition to ordering the Pratty & Whitney-powered Hawk 75A-1/2/3, also ordered the Hawk 75A-4, which differed by being powered by a Wright GR-1820 Cyclone 9 en[...]
This is another one of my "old" (circa 1968) Monogram kits recently acquired. This was a pretty straightforward build with not a lotta 'extra' pieces/parts included. It's strictly the tank buster version with the two 37mm gun pods being the only[...]
Here is my new project. This is Messerschmitt Bf-109G6-AS in 1/32 scale.
You can follow the construction history from Work in Progress section.
This aircraft was with the 510th FS/ 405th FG. The 405th transferred to RAF Christchurch, England in March of 1944. After D-Day the 405th went to France and operated out of there until Wars end. The 405th had many P-47's dressed out in very colo[...]