Next off the old Monogram ‘assembly’ line is the Devastator. I had built one some time back as the torpedo version, so I opted to assemble this one with the (100lb.?) bombs. Again, the previous build was open canopy, therefore, […]
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Here’s my Monogram TBD, still a terrific kit despite its age. I added lots of scratch-built details, seat belts and a few photo-etched pieces to dress up the cockpit, a vac-form canopy, and enclosed the wheel wells. The decals from […]
This is the Monogram 1/48 Devastator straight from the box except aftermarket decals and I swiped a dual 30 cal. for the rear gunner out of an Accurate Miniatures SBD-5. Always wanted to do a Torpedo 8 aircraft, and I […]
Hurricane Mk1, N2359, YB*J, flown by P/O Stevens, 17Sqn Debden. This aircraft served with the unit between 6th June and 25th August 1940, when it was passed on to No6 OTU. Unusually for RAF fighters of this period, many in […]
Representing W.Nr.3866 Hans Joachim-Jabs, Staffelkapitan 6./ZG76, based at Argos in1941. This was the first type of Bf110E that saw service in the Mediterranean Theatre. Hans Joachim-Jabs succeeded in shooting down 22 aircraft by day and a further 28 following his […]
The fifth example of this old kit I’ve built over the years. Yellow Wings decals were used.