The Me-262 is, hand’s down, my all-time favorite aircraft. I really love them! In fact, when the “Stormbird Project” was building its replicas, I got in touch with them about volunteering. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Me_262_Project Unfortunately, the commute from central Texas to Seattle, […]
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Airfix’s venerable Me 262 in US Navy scheme, did a few year’s back.
Here is the Eduard Me 262A-1a. Very good little kit, but I couldn’t resist adding a bunch of P-E from the Brengun set for the B model. My eyes have ordered me back to 1/48! Happy New Year to All!
First headline post after a short hiatus from modeling. Earlier this year I read about Flying Heritage Collection’s Me-262 restoration that will be flying soon with the original style (but not completely original as the guts have been remanufactured with […]
For something different, I thought I’d post a collection of German fighters I built quite a few years ago. These were all built before I did anything other than just finishing them out of the box, slapping on some paint, […]
On April 25, 1945 lands Oberfähnrich Guido Mutke with the Messerschmitt 262 in Dübendorf. Beautiful Christmas greetings and a Happy New Year Hanspeter
Hello everyone, This is my Me-262A-1 Revell kit in 1/72 scale, nose and CMK engines, flaps and slats were made from scratch.
I wasn’t particularly happy with the Tamiya Me-262 kits when they came out 12 years ago. Tamiya managed to drop the slats and drop the flaps on their Bf-109E, but they couldn’t do it on their Me-262? To this day, […]
First, I’d like to say a big thank you to my good friend Craig for posting this for me. For some reason, despite Martin’s determined efforts to solve the problem, I’m currently unable to post new articles. Anyway, as you […]
The HB 262s are the best compromise at the moment. Outline wise it still is the old Monogram leading the charts. It is a greater effort to close all the mad riveter holes than to create “rivet replicas”. What I […]