Here’s my 1/48 scale Hasegawa Hawker Typhoon IB I did a few years back. I started a build log here but was never able to post some completed pictures. This Typhoon served with 439 Squadron RCAF near the end of […]
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I am calling this one done. Monogram 1/48 Hawker Typhoon Mk IB. The molds for this oldie were dated 1967 or 68 I cant remember now. I remember building it with my dad over 40 years ago. The model is […]
Bought this kit several years ago before it’s recent re-release. Used it along with other Revell and Monogram kits as test beds for developing some sorely needed modeling skills. When you haven’t built a kit in over 50 years, things […]
Finished at last! Not the easiest build I have ever done by a long shot & I can only recommend that any intending builder read the instructions very carefully & test fit everything as all is not what it seems […]
Monograms classic 1/48 Typhoon from the 1970’s, rescribed the panel lines, drilled out the guns, exhaust etc, scratchbuilt an interior, detailed the wheel wells and gear, converted kit prop to a 3 blade prop, and added bomb racks and bombs. […]
This is my latest work of propeller warbird . It is a 1/48 kit of the monogram, simple but with reasonably fittings. I preferred to paint the D-Day stripes, instead of decals.. Some weatering, not to much, gives a final […]
an oldie but goodie from 1972…sanded out the lines and did a half fast re scribe…Techmod decals…this plane was meant to be a fighter but the engine leaked so much oil and exhaust pilots had to muzzle up and go […]
Starting to look like sumpin. Lots of scraping and sanding, but the plastic is soft so it goes fast!
This is the Airfix 1/24 Hawker Typhoon Mk.1B. A complex build across 220+ steps of a 45+ page instruction guide, areas have been stripped back further to view the airframe “under the skin”, and I’ve added details not found in […]
In 1983, Britain, France, Spain, Italy and West Germany formed a consortium to produce a European answer to the Su-27 and the Mig 29. France left the consortium in 1985 and Dassault subsequently produced the Rafale. In August 1986, Aeritalia […]