This is a kit that I have wanted to build for a long time, I want to try and build as many 1/32 SAAF Aircraft as I can, so this Gladiator was one kit that I had to have, I […]
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First, the beer. I am not in general fond of Pumpkin beers, especially ones from larger breweries. As often as not it is like they tried to stuff a pie in a bottle with some alcohol. But here in the […]
Small update on the Corsair, as has been noted elsewhere the engine is not quite the correct version for an F4U-1A, but it is close enough once enclosed in the cowling. I did add a prop control from the Vector […]
One of the RAAF’s best known aces, Group Captain Clive R. Caldwell, flew the original in early 1945, with 452 squadron & due to his rank, was able to have his initials on the aircraft. My references show her in […]
Here we go again, I think I have finally gone totally insane, I am truly a s****r for punishment. Let me wipe the tears from my eyes and continue with this tale of horror. Let me begin by saying that […]
This is 1/32 Revell Spitfire Mk.IIa finished with the markings of P8088 NK-K “The Borough of Lambeth / Bette” flown by Lumsden of 118sq based at Ibsley Hampshire in May 1941. Revell’s newly tooled Spitfire Mk.IIa needs a lot of […]
I finished this up last week, for am IPMS/USA review. It’s a great kit. The only additions I made was in the form of a set of Radu Brinzan’s paper seat harnesses.
Designed in 1937 by Rex Beisel to meet a requirement for a shipboard observation seaplane to replace the venerable Curtiss SOC Seagull, the Kingfisher was the first of Vought’s aircraft to feature spot welding of the aaluminum skin, which would […]
Hello gentlemans, I missed the phantom group build, but here is my result of last months work. I started build with removing protuding panels and re-scribing all panel lines. I improved cockpit with eduards photo-etched parts and perfect brassin seats. […]
I AM DONE……..I got back from the Congo about 2 weeks ago, it took me three days to get back to normal before I could wander to the work table. I had fun with this kit,it took a lot of […]