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AM 1/48 A-36 Apache

by Tom Bebout on January 28, 2017 in Aviation -- 8 Comments

First completion of the year, essentially started before the Christmas holiday but just now completed. This is the old Accurate Miniatures kit of the A-36 Apache from which the now defunct company produced various versions of early P-51’s. I did […]

Accurate Miniatures A-36 Apache

by Craig Abrahamson on March 20, 2015 in Aviation -- 39 Comments

This 1/48th scale kit is typically AM in quality and fit. Nothing added that wasn’t included in the box. Anything “atypical” is [sadly] user-error. I completed the entire build in a weekend. There are obvious omissions (antenna wire, nav lights, […]

1/48 Accurate Miniatures A-36 “Apache”

by bob mack on July 8, 2014 in Aviation -- 12 Comments

i built one of these last year and posted it but was never satisfied with the result…removed the post and trashed the model…the national insignia’s on the wing and fuselage are different…one of course is larger and i flubbed it […]

A-36A at Chino in 2010

by Tom Cleaver on September 21, 2013 in Show Reports -- 3 Comments

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 […]

North American A-36A Apache by Accurate Miniatures in 1/48 scale

by Tony Prince on August 11, 2013 in Aviation -- 11 Comments

Not as glamorous an aircraft as its pure fighter stablemates, but a hard worker nonetheless. This represents a ‘plane serving in Italy sometime in 1943-44. Worn, faded & dirty. I built this kit quite some time ago & it still […]

Accurate Miniatures 1/48th A-36 Apache, WWII MTO

Since we had amazing run on Airacobra’s, and I don’t have one built yet to display, figure an early Mustang would be the next best thing. If I remember correctly this is AM first kit ever offered was the Apache, […]

A-36 Impaler

by Bryan W. Bernart on April 1, 2013 in Aviation -- 4 Comments

Stolen in early 1944 by an escaped Romanian officer from an Allied forward base in Italy-on a dark and stormy night. Flown at wave top level across the Adriatic to a hidden location in the area of Transylvania, where it […]