This is a Hasegawa Polish Pratt powered Block 52 kit finished as a South Carolina Air National Guard “Wild Weasel”. I built it pretty much from the box with the exception of the following items added:
1.) Quickboost Aces II ejection seat.
It's a simple little kit by Hasegawa, very easy to assemble. I used it to practice salt weathering and experiment with electronics. Not too detailed, not too perfect, but it looks very nice in the dark with lights turned on. And yes, I suck at p[...]
Dear all my friend!!
2years ago,, my friend gave me this gift kit, so I added Edward big & led.
Actually this was my first 1/32 aero kit try,, so I was very fun and a little difficult.
But Good advice and help of my modelling club "WULF' [...]
Here's the latest project - Falcon at night with lights and afterburner. Took whole lotta nerves to solder all those tiny wires, almost threw it all away, but it finally worked. Glueing top and bottom part of the fuselage while trying to prevent[...]
The F-16C Block 52 + was built by me in 2009, from a very good Revell set. My task was to add some small elements that are characteristic of the Polish version. The model is in painting and marking from the 31st Tactical Air Base based in Krzesi[...]
I have a Sufa coming to convert into a Chilean F-16D Peace Puma, but I'm a little short on decals. I tried to find the old 1/72 TwoBobs set for the Peace Puma, but couldn't find one anywhere. I did buy the set of decals you see in the pictures[...]
Calling this one done. Tamiya 1/32 F-16 painted with Bombshell Brew paint and decals are from Zotz
Hello iModelers! Here is my Tamiya F-16CJ, OOB. Not much to say except it was a fun and well engineered kit, and I highly recommend it!
This time I'll add the smaller Viper from Tamiya.
The machine is marketed by the National Guard of the State of Arkansas.
The kit was supplemented with the brake shields and RBF flags from Eduard and the Plusmodel ladder.
This machine shot down on May 4, 1999 Serbian Mig-29 over Kosovo during Operation Allied Force.
The kit is complemented by Aires nozzle, cables in the lead worm shafts, and I added a Logan tow tractor by Aerobonus (Aires)