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1:1 Scale Boeing B-29 FIFI

by Tom Bebout on July 26, 2017 in Aviation -- 12 Comments

The Commemorative Air Force dropped into Lunken Airport to sell some rides on FIFI, one of two B-29’s still flying today. The other newly flying B-29 is DOC, named for the Disney character, and is based out of Wichita, Kansas. […]

Playing hookey from writing on a Thursday

by Tom Cleaver on March 20, 2015 in Show Reports -- 18 Comments

“Fi-Fi,” the only flying B-29 in the world (until “Doc”flies sometime this summer) is currently over at Van Nuys Airport thru Sunday. So I played hookey from writing the new book today and went over to see her. Hadn’t been […]

Tip-Tow Project

by Bruce Craig on January 27, 2015 in Aviation -- 14 Comments

The Tip-Tow project, MX-1016, a contract with Republic Aviation, was one of a number of experiments undertaken during the late 1940s and into the 1950s. The object of the experiments was to find some method of increasing the notoriously short […]

New Year’s Resolution

by Dennis Meyers on January 3, 2015 in Uncategorized -- 12 Comments

In my earlier article about the 2014 IPMS Silverwings show ( I didn’t point out my discouraging realization that I had only completed 2 projects in 2014. Both picked up 2d place trophies in their respective categories. One was the […]

Boeing B-29 Superfortress – 1/32nd scale vacform

by Thomas Probert on August 28, 2014 in Aviation -- 16 Comments

This was a huge undertaking, in both the challenge it provided and the sheer size of this kit. An ID Models vacform, this model provided the absolute basics such as the fuselage shell, wings and stabilisers. No interior was provided, […]

Revell – Monogram B 29 1/48

by neil foster on June 19, 2014 in Aviation -- 57 Comments

Well at long last here is my finished B29 and I have to say it has been a real pleasure, for a very old moulding with raised panel lines it still builds up into a lovely looking kit ,there is […]

Building of a B-29 Superfortress, Humpin’ Honey

by paul l johnson on May 8, 2014 in Aviation -- 10 Comments

My B-29 in progress. Finally I got the pictures to post.

1/144 Minicraft conversion B-50

by Mark Fidler on September 2, 2013 in Aviation -- 11 Comments

This is a B-50 created from a Minicraft B-29a and a Minicraft C-97. Both are in 1/144 scale. I started by cutting the Vertical tail off both kits. I then cut out the gunners cabin from the B-29 and placed […]

Longest Non Stop Combat Mission of WWII

by Thomas Scott Bell on April 5, 2013 in Aviation -- 2 Comments

Here is a link to an article in the AirForce Magazine about the longest combat mission of WWII. Flown by my father Lt. Thomas A. Bell in his B-29 Double Trouble in June 1945. I have seen his medal and […]

1/48 “Humpin Honey” Monogram B-29 Superfortress

by Billy Smith on January 20, 2013 in Aviation -- 8 Comments

My planes just keep on getting bigger, actually I’ve always loved the b-29. As an avid fan of WWII it was a must to be a fan of the b-29 considering it was the plane that dropped the nuclear bombs […]