Images created during 2018 Moson Model Show at the iModeler booth.
Length: 17 m
Cruising speed: 925 km / h
Wingspan: 6.36 m
Manufacturer: Lockheed Corporation
First flight: March 4, 1954
Engine types: General Electric J79, Turborreactor
Revell 1:32 scale model, a fun mod[...]
Another one from the recent past. Hasegawa's F-104G with as much aftermarket stuff as I could cram into it. This was an important lesson in 'critical mass'; the idea that at some point Gewgaw A and What's-it B will eventual interfere with Thingi[...]
Eduard (Hasegawa) 1/48.
Here (finally!) the F-104G Natofighter Eduard 1/48 that I was happy to receive here (as "awards of the month" winner) 19 months ago (October 2015).
I used almost all the available detailing sets (except the radome) : t[...]
Hasegawa 1/48 Kit(the best i think) Aires cockpit
I used various tone of Alclad and no varnish at all so i dont loose the shiny finish
I hope you like it...
Two of my latest builds and a tribute to General Chuck Yeager, who was the first man breaking the sound barrier with his Bell X-1.
The two models are from the Eduard Limited Editions, it was a great pleasure to build them, specially the Bell is[...]
I found this out recently. The Norwegian Air Force Historic Flight is active again with a
Have to see.
This is Italeri's 1/72 F-104A done up as a ADC interceptor, going after UFO's. in the 1960's.
Aside from the obvious fiction. it's a great little kit to build.
Not a show report as such, but our club had its Aircraft Competition night and my mate Tug brought in this beautiful Starfighter (Italeri 1/32), in the livery of a drone in faded DayGlo, which I wanted to share with you.
This aircraft was assembled by Messerschmitt at their Manching facility with parts manufactured by Lockheed and made its maiden flight on November 5, 1962. It was flown by the following German squadrons – JaboG 33, JaboG 36, JaboG 32 and JaboG 3[...]