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Hello Folks This time I would like to present completed build. This time it is Spitfire Mk.XIVe version from Academy. The build take me a two year or so but not because the kit is woeful but I have long […]
This is Eduard’s 1/48th Profipack boxing of the Spitfire Mk VIII finished as JF470, a squadron “hack” plane belonging to the 31st Fighter Group, 308th Fighter Squadron based at Fano, Italy in 1944. It is box stock with the exception […]
The Last Day of World War II: The first quarter moon hung in the western sky gleaming dimly through scattered clouds over the Pacific; the moonlight was sufficient to illuminate the many wakes of the huge formation of ships below. […]
Well I think that’s my cockpit is about done, getting closer though.
One of the RAAF’s best known aces, Group Captain Clive R. Caldwell, flew the original in early 1945, with 452 squadron & due to his rank, was able to have his initials on the aircraft. My references show her in […]
Well folks got to do a little more on the spit and I have to admit its going together really well the way fit of the parts of is excellent and I’m r Enjoying the build, I’ve got a lot […]
Just a couple of quick pics to show the start of my floatplane spitfire.
This is 1/32 Revell Spitfire Mk.IIa finished with the markings of P8088 NK-K “The Borough of Lambeth / Bette” flown by Lumsden of 118sq based at Ibsley Hampshire in May 1941. Revell’s newly tooled Spitfire Mk.IIa needs a lot of […]
1/72 Smer, my first Spitfire, I corrected the under wing shape and modified a few other things, finished in MM enamels with Aussie decals, flown by Sqn Ldr Ken “Skeeter” James in defence of Pearth WA.