It may not have all the bells and whistles of Tamiya’s 1/32 Spitfire IX, but the Pacific Coast Models kit gives you a pretty accurate Mk IX without having to worry about a stratospheric parts count. While in many ways […]
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This is the PCM 1:32 early Hurricane Mk1 in the markings of Flg/Off Paul Richey of No1 Sqn, France 1939. Finally after 18 months of mucking about with this, she’s complete! I just couldn’t get into modelling for a good while […]
The Reggiane series of fighters – the Re.2000, Re.2001, Re.2002 and Re.2005 – were technically among the best Italian fighters designed during the Second World War. All the aircraft designed and produced were obviously based on the Seversky SEV-1 and […]
Spitfire Mk. IX; RAF / Free France A.F. Squadron 602 „City of Glasgow“; 1944 Model Kit is a Pacific Coast model in scale 1:32 The enrollment LOD and the roundels on the wings are injected. The templates of the letters […]
There’s something appealing about the more muscular shape of the Spit XIV. At the time I built this one PCM had not yet produced their XIV & the only way to get one was to use their Spitfire Mk.IX kit, […]
Here are two Pacific Coast Models 1/32 Macchis. First is a mid-production C.200 Saetta with “smoke ring” camouflage, flown by Teniente Giuseppe Re of the 85th Squadriglia, 18th Gruppo of 3rd Stormo, based at Abu Haggag in Libya at the […]
One more drop to Luftwaffe collection… Kurt Tank’s masterpiece redesigned version of Fw-190D. Altough PCM kit is a iron nut I am happy to completed reasonable finish. Happy modelling Ozkan
Here some Turkish fighters were in service during WWII. I was always interested in WWII fighters and when I discovered many famous fighters had in service under star and crescent, I found myself in plastic model world starting late 80’s. […]
The Pacific Coast Models Spitfire XIV. The only accurate Spitfire XIV model currently available.