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1/48 Pro Modeler P-47N “Too Big – Too Heavy, Short Snorter” 333rd FS / 318st FG, Ie Shima

by Louis Gardner on July 23, 2017 in Aviation -- 23 Comments

Having been inspired by Neil Foster’s recent P-47 build (which is excellent), and as a follow up on my last two P-47 postings, as promised, here’s my rendition of the “Pro Modeler” kit. I built this kit when it was […]

B-17 Done!

by Rob Anderson on June 12, 2017 in Aviation -- 23 Comments

Well here she is, mostly out of the box, I did use a squadron main canopy, Eduard ignition harnesses, and a Cheyenne tail turret from the Monogram Pro Modeler kit, graciously donated to me by a Hyperscaler. I did not […]

1/48 Pro Modeler SB2C-4 Curtiss Helldiver VB-83, USS Essex, April 1945

by Louis Gardner on January 27, 2017 in Aviation -- 45 Comments

This one is hot off the work bench. It’s number two for the year, but I started it last year. I literally just finished it less than an hour or so ago….. I have been posting updates with the build […]

1/48 Pro Modeler /Monogram Dornier Do-217E-5

by Tolga ULGUR on October 17, 2015 in Aviation -- 14 Comments

This is Do-217E-5 “white 52” with Henschel Hs 293 missile from KG100 based at Biscay Bay against Allied shipping in summer 1943. This model was built several years ago. Cockpit painted to RLM66 and modified with Eduard seat belts. Under […]

SB2C-4 Helldiver

by Ralph Clements on March 9, 2015 in Aviation -- 22 Comments

Well this is my just finished 1/48 scale Revell Pro-Modeler SB2C-4 Helldiver, in the colors and markings of VB-84, U.S.S. Bunker Hill, 1945. I read that the Helldiver was not universally loved by those who used it, but I imagine […]

Pro Modeller’s 1/48 scale Me 410 Hornisse

by Tony Prince on February 12, 2015 in Aviation -- 24 Comments

Built back in 2004 or thereabouts, this was ‘state of the art’ then & remains a superlative kit in 2015. I recall a trouble-free build for the most part & my Hornisse has been on display ever since. I needed […]