Needing something simpler after my last build I opted for Tamiya’s Beaufighter TF.X & discovered a wealth of detail on the web for Coastal Command squadrons based at RAF Dallachy in Scotland. I was lucky to find Aviaeology decals for […]
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Hello. This is a fine model from Airfix and I am satisfied with how it looks. I had no problems during assembly. Thanks everyone. Cheers mates
1/72 Hasegawa, I replaced the kit exhausts with the hedgehog version, finished in MM enamels with Tamiya X22, Aussie decals and X22 + X21 overall.
This is a joint effort. My oldest son started this a few years ago in a model club I ran at our primary school. I cleaned the parts he started up, finished the rest of the build and painted it […]
Here are a few pictures of the new Airfix 1:72 TF10 Beaufighter which I built for the new issue of Airfix Model world Magazine. Terry Higgins provided lots of invaluable research towards this build and the magazine features a supplement […]
Originally conceived as a heavy fighter development from the Bristol Beaufort torpedo bomber, the Bristol Type 156 was submitted to an RAF as an “interim” alternative to the Westland Whirlwind, which was experiencing development delays in 1937. Developed in accordance […]
This time we take a look at the Australian National Aviation Museum at the Moorabbin Airport just a bit outside Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Its one of those museums you really get close to the objects, to touch and sit in, […]
Following on from my post last week with the first of my Battle of Britain series from MAI this year, here are the next four builds which appeared in the May to August issues. The builds are: Tamiya Bristol Beaufighter […]
This model was built 11 years and was one of the first 1/72 scale projects I completed in this scale. After years of thinking 1/48 scale was the only thing worth building I was presently surprised how much fun this […]
This is the later version of the several night fighter variants with the thimble nose. The model represents an aircraft from 604 Squadron, RAF, based at Church Fenton in 1943. Built straight out of the box except for a little […]