1\48th scale Honbyboss f6f hellcat scratch built engine bay and fuel tank resin wing fold kit with pe seat harnesses. Very nice kit. Sorry the second picture is out of focus I will retake photo and add later.
Just thought you might enjoy the slide show off pristine aircraft I was fortunate enough to visit. – you could literally eat off the floor where those Mustangs,et al were hangared.
a drinking buddy of mine asked me to build this for him one night when he and i and our wives were playing sequence…the case was on sale at Michaels for about 15 bucks…the pedestals are some spare bathroom doorknobs […]
I decided to pull the venerable Hasegawa kit out of the pile and slap it together. I started about 10 days ago, and had it built in about 4 days. The rest of the time was spent painting and weathering. […]
While my Revell/Hasegawa 1/32 Spitfire MkII project progresses, I thought I would work on its driver. As, when completed, my Spitfire will be wearing the markings of a generic aircraft from the famous 303 Polish Squadron, I thought I would […]
Here is a 30-minute long detailed inbox review of Trumpeter’s new 1/32 scale A-1D/AD-4 Skyraider. Produced by BlackSheep0ne from Willis Hobbies.
Here is my rendition of this brilliant kit in response to the others posted recently,it is built OOB and is in Mediteranean colours.I love Tamiya kits the fit and build quality are always spot on ,the kit is enormous and […]
I was inspired to attempt this ancient kit after seeing one on the Airfix tribute forum built by a much better modeller than me,This kit is VERY basic with no interior ,no glazing and only a couple of decals. In […]
I did once say I never build anything German but I forgot about this, I built it for a club comp with the theme of prototype/experimental aircraft.I found some footage on youtube,it is grainy and of course black and white […]
Here is the Planes of Fame P-26, the only one in the world (of 2) that flies, also the J2F Duck and the Grumman F3F-2, which didn’t fly due to an oil cooler problem. Also some fly-bys by the Northop […]