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1/32 Pacific Coast Models Spitfire Mk.XIVe

April 16, 2021 · in Aviation · · 13 · 2.1K

This is PCM 1/32 Mk.XIVe with the markings of “MV268 JEJ” of Grp. Capt. Johnnie Johnson No 127 Wing in Soltau Germany May 1945.
Base kit is PCM s Mk.XIVc kit. I have used Grey Matter resin part for teardrop conversion.
Other additions are:

  • Master E wing cannon set
  • Barracudacast cockpit door.
  • SAC landing gear legs
    JEJ code numbers are from DK decal “Spitfire Mk.IX aces” set.
    Paints: Gunze and Tamiya acrylics.

Happy Modelling

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13 responses

  1. What a beaut, what a monster! Must have been a fantastic and maybe at times somewhat frightening feeling to sit in the cockpit and feed in power and go down the runway. Love the camouflage and the demarcation between the upper colours. Just about enough fuzz.

  2. This is a wonderful build,Tolga!
    Spotless in every respect; painting and weathering is amazing.
    Another Tolga masterpiece!

  3. Excellent work on my favorite Spitfire, Tonga!

  4. Great result, Tolga.
    As perfect as it can be.

  5. Another "Tolga masterpiece" indeed. One of my favorite Spitfires.

  6. Awesome late Spitfire!

  7. Beautifully done Tolga! Another masterpiece.

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