When you get some time off, build some models is what I say. Seem to be on a P-51 kick right now and here’s my latest off the work bench. Had some trouble closing up the fuselage but believe it […]
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Still on the workbench and propped up to avoid strain on that original, fragile plastic nosewheel leg! – A metal leg would have been nice on this one, especially with all the weight in the nose to contend with!
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 […]
This is Accurate Miniatures 1:48 scale Vought SB2U-3, “Vindicator”. I had built this kit a few year ago, also when IT first came out. I had gotten a kit that had the original flaw in the rear fuselage, where there […]
Hey Folks! This is a 1:48 scale, Accurate Miniatures SBD-3, “Dauntless”, that I built many years back. If I recall, it was right around the time the kit was released. This was a while back so bear with me. I […]
This is 1/48 Accurate Miniatures P-51 Mustang 1a finished with the markings of “Mah Sweet Eva Lee”. Cockpit modified by Ultracast seat. Other modifications are: Ultracast flared exhausts Ultracast wheels Ultracasy propeller Quickboost gunsight Resicast lens for landing lights. Painting […]
Greetings everyone. Here are a few photos of my rendition of an early AAF Mustang. I included a color WW2 photo of the original plane that was my inspiration for the project. I liked the two tone camouflage. Most of […]
This kit had sat for about 5 years- possibly more, simply because I was intimidated by the KMC wingfold! The fuselage and wings were painted, and decalled, but I never took the kit to the completion phase of canopy, gear […]
I started building this model on a business trip I took last year up in Syracuse NY. It was small and fit in the luggage well. I had built one of these kits when it was originally released by Accurate […]
This is the AM rendition of the Allison engine Mustang used by the Brits. Finished as a photo Recon bird and built pretty much out of the box a couple of years ago. Really hated to see AM fold as […]