First, this is not a Midway Group build model. It is however one of the first Navy kits I wanted to build back in 2010 when I re-started my interest in this hobby. Build mostly straight out of the box, […]
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This is another older build, circa early-mid 1990s. It had never had a photograph made until the late February session with my Me-262 at the Cameron airport. It’s painted with Humbrol and Model Master enamels and built basically out of […]
I’m posting this old (2005) review from Modeling Madness as encouragement for the Midway Group Build. With more than 4,000 of all versions produced over eight years, the Consolidated PBY Catalina easily qualifies as the world’s most successful flying boat. […]
Ok, so I wasn’t going to go hog wild on stuff you can’t see. I only added a few things besides the wooden floors. Resin seats fro Resin2Detail, a lamp some odd details here and there and a couple of […]
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, […]
This is a reissue of the Cessna 180 with EDO floats, not sure of the actual scale, used rattle can white. spare decals.
My contribution to the Water Wings group build is this ancient Monogram kit introduced in 1957. Props that rotate, gear that retracts,and a little life boat with downed crew. What kid wouldn’t want to build this. Grumman built over 400 […]
I’ve actually considered not going to model shows because it seems I’m a s****r for picking up very old kits. This P-51B is a show purchase that I’ve just completed as a fun weekend project. It was fun to build,however, […]
Another What-If? – Luftwaffe1946: After much drawn out fighting, the Germans finally capitulate. Leaving behind items such as this D0-335 much abused & repaired Arrow. Replaced wing & lower fin in case you hadn’t noticed! Have fun & prosper!
This was the aircraft he was flying when he made his 200th kill on 22 Apr 1944, a B-24 named Flak Magnet. This Fw190 A7 was his backup plane as his main mount at the time, was usually Red 13. […]