This is my first posting here. I’m new to this group. Here are a few pictures of the Corsairs I’m currently working on. I’m a die hard F4U fan. I try my best to make my models as accurate as […]
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First, the beer. I am not in general fond of Pumpkin beers, especially ones from larger breweries. As often as not it is like they tried to stuff a pie in a bottle with some alcohol. But here in the […]
The Fleet Air Arm was interested in the Corsair as soon as they heard about it, and began receiving Corsairs under Lend-Lease in 1943. At a time when the U.S. Navy was declaring the Corsair unsuitable for operations aboard an […]
Another one of thise fantastic Tamiya Corsair . Painted with Tamiya paints ; Enjoy 🙂 Cheers Brian
Another one of those Fantastic Tamiya Corsair builds . Finished with Tamiya paints and montex mask . Enjoy 🙂
As I continue on with my 1/32 Corsair project I have spent a great deal of time researching VF-17s F4U-1As used during their two tours in the Solomon Islands. Much has been written about US national insignia during 1943 and […]
Small update on the Corsair, as has been noted elsewhere the engine is not quite the correct version for an F4U-1A, but it is close enough once enclosed in the cowling. I did add a prop control from the Vector […]
Please meet the famous Skipper Riley’s not so well know twin brother Jussi ”The Bag” 69 from Finlandia (The right translation from the original name Jussi Pussi 69 is Jussi The Plastic Bag 69, but “The Bag” is much shorter […]
Continuing on with my Tamiya 1/32 F4U-1A Jolly Rogers Corsair, wow what a kit. As others have said it is better engineered than their Mustang. Not a shake and bake, but just beautiful. So far the only extras are the […]
This my 1/72 Revell [Italeri]? F4U-5, using kit decals, rattlecan Nav.sea blue. I recently read that the nose is too short for the dash 5?