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1/48 F8F-2 Bearcat…Hawk Testors

the yellow Glenview should have blue background oops…added a seat…removed guns and hard points

What-If Tamiya 1/48th Beaufighter Mk VI with CMK Mk.IIf Conversion Set

This replica was built in accordance with Ministry of Silly Models Permit No. 001-13. Here’s the short version of the back story on this Beaufighter that I call “The Manta”: In late 1942, when the Polish nightfighter squadrons based in […]

1/72 Italeri Bell-47

One of my first builds – a 1/72 Bell-47. Some scratch building in the cockpit. Kit’s decals. The tail grid structure was a challenge.

F/A – 18E Super Hornet Hasegawa 1/72

The F/A-18E Super Hornet was developed from the F/A-18 Hornet. To extend the aircraft range, the interior fuel tank was enlarged which requiered an 86cm lenghteniing in the overall fuselage. The resulting increase in the aircraft lenght and weight requiered […]

1/48 Heller Occidental Italeri…SNJ Pensacola 1939 to 1942

Testors 1/48 Mig-37 Ferret

Hello out there, Just finished this one up this morning. Its the 1986 boxing and can still be found on ebay relatively easily.The Ferret came out around the same time as their F-19 and I actually got both of them […]

Heller 1/72 Vampire F.3

This project started with me buying the new Airfix Vampire T.11. When starting that build I realised that some synergies could be gained by doing another kit in about the same paint scheme. Many years ago I got a few […]

What-if Sweden!

More what-ifs! This time based around a general Swedish theme: aircraft that never served in the Swedish Air Force and Swedish aircraft painted in fictional markings. Note that some of the aircraft are fictional in themselves, can you spot them?

Flying Barrel What-if part 2!

And here comes part 2 of the Tunnan what-if collection!

Flying Barrel What-if part 1!

Swedish cold-war icon Saab J 29 was known as the “flying barrel” and even if it made sterling service defending the Swedish skies, many people feel that it was never developed to its full potential. One of these people, we […]