It’s officially down . I present the awesome 1/48 Hasegawa F-104S ASA M. I used the DACO Starfighter update set , Tauro decals , Master Brass Pitot tube and Royal Resin wheels , cutting edge ejection seat . Painted with […]
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Two of my latest builds and a tribute to General Chuck Yeager, who was the first man breaking the sound barrier with his Bell X-1. The two models are from the Eduard Limited Editions, it was a great pleasure to […]
This is Italeri’s 1/72 F-104A done up as a ADC interceptor, going after UFO’s. in the 1960’s. Aside from the obvious fiction. it’s a great little kit to build.
Not a show report as such, but our club had its Aircraft Competition night and my mate Tug brought in this beautiful Starfighter (Italeri 1/32), in the livery of a drone in faded DayGlo, which I wanted to share with […]
This aircraft was assembled by Messerschmitt at their Manching facility with parts manufactured by Lockheed and made its maiden flight on November 5, 1962. It was flown by the following German squadrons – JaboG 33, JaboG 36, JaboG 32 and […]
Hi Chaps, This is the Italeri 1/72 F104G not the best 1/72 scale 104 out there but still a nice little kit no vices a bit basic is the only fault but it builds easily enough the panel lines are […]
Here is the Italeri F-104S, built out of the box apart from a couple of Airscale instrument decals and a Tamiya AIM-7 missile to replace the one in the kit. I used Zotz decals. Lots of fun to build!
Hasegawa’s 1/48 scale rendition of Kelly Johnson’s manned missile. This has to be the most colourful F 104 C ever. It depicts the first F 104 C that was delivered to Tactical Air Command at George AFB. I might be […]
Here’s Italeri’s new-tool,1/32 F104 Starfighter. I’ve modelled it as the RCAF CF-104G, nuclear strike version, Cold Lake, Alberta AB,1962, which is one of ten kit livery choices but I think the only NMF version. I used an Aires exhaust nozzle, […]
It came on right before the national anthem at 10:30 PM as the TV station was signing off for the night. This is one of the reasons I like F-104’s…