By the Spring of 1944, the Bf-109G-6, which had been the primary production version of Messerschmitt’s fighter since the previous fall, was falling behind in the relentless race for performance. Beginning in the late spring, many airframes were re-engined with […]
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Allow me first to make the point that I do not in any way disparage the town of Cooter Missouri nor any of the fine people that live there…. That being said: This is a model of an airplane that […]
Kenneth Walsh was born in Brooklyn, NY on 24 November 1916. At age 17 he enlisted in the Marine Corp in December 1933. He was sent to Parris island, So Carolina for boot camp. He became a mechanic and a […]
This genre is unfamiliar to me and it is very difficult for me. the manual was so difficult that it was even harder.
The Aircraft The Austro-Hungarian Navy (Kaiserliche und Königliche Kriegsmarine) was the naval force of the Dual Empire. Its name was commonly abbreviated as K.u.K. Kriegsmarine, and by the outbreak of war in 1914 it already had its own aviation corps: […]
Tamiya Kit with scratch-built lead foil seat belts. Mixed the blue/black color IAW Tamiya’s instructions. Must be careful and use the right magnetos, not the ones called out for in the instructions. Aeromaster decals were used. Finished in Tamiya Acrylics […]
Hello! And again the tanks)) – this time the iconic American M1 Abrams! From the construction of the model was a real pleasure – it’s Tamiya! ) I hope you get the same pleasure from viewing.
I finally finished my latest workbench project; the F3H-2 Demon in 1/48. If you would like to hear more about my build experience please take a look at my recent build article posted last week, or, on my blog. I […]
The Aircraft The Ansaldo A.1, nicknamed “Balilla”, after the Genoan folk-hero, was Italy’s only fighter aircraft to be both domestically designed and produced during the First World War. The A.1 resulted from continued efforts by the Ansaldo company to create […]