I love the Stuka, but my first foray into 1/32 was a 1/32 Hasegawa Spitfire VB that I refurbished- an old friend gave it to me when he decided he wasn’t interested in kits anymore- it was shortly post High […]
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In an Imodeler exclusive – here are a few photos of the new Airfix 1:72 Ju87 Stuka which is about to arrive in the shops. I built this for Airfix Model World Magazine and it is featured in the new […]
Following on from my post last week with the first of my Battle of Britain series from MAI this year, here are the next four builds which appeared in the May to August issues. The builds are: Tamiya Bristol Beaufighter […]
Love it or hate it, one has to agree, this airplane has a definite image problem. But you would have to also agree that no other airplane represents the onset of WW2 better. That maybe why only a handful still […]
Too lazy to build new for the group build but I sure do have subjects that fit. Do need more though, a Stuka is absent from my shelves, and really need a Curtiss French Hawk.
Here’s my Stuka 3 days late. The modifications I made to the kit are: True Details brass set and other parts used to dress up the cockpit. Kit canopy cut into sections, windscreen and pilot’s canopy used as masters to […]
I’m pretty sure this post from some time back meets the requirements for the group build. Although the colors may be incorrect (?), the airplane certainly played a role in the BoB. This was, I believe, an inexpensive Revell offering, […]
This is Hasegawa’s 1/48 scale rendition of the famous ‘Desert Snake’ Stuka flown by Leutnant Hubert Polz from Tmimi on the Libyan coast in 1941. Polz was later transferred to the Russian Front where he won the coveted Knight’s Cross […]
The smaller 48th Stuka I just posted seemed to be among your ‘favorites’, so I thought I’d dust off this old build and share some additional Stuka pics with everyone. I’m not even sure which version this particular JU-87 is, […]
This is another one of my “old” (circa 1968) Monogram kits recently acquired. This was a pretty straightforward build with not a lotta ‘extra’ pieces/parts included. It’s strictly the tank buster version with the two 37mm gun pods being the […]