As a team of experienced modelers that made their passion their profession, we have been building and selling plastic models of all scales for worldwide customers for the past seven years. Specializing more specifically on World War II aircraft, our models have a wide variety ranging from all types of Armored Fighting Vehicles to ships, submarines as well as dioramas and figurines. For each model, a thorough research work is undertaken, archive information such as old photos and historical documentation are examined to have the most accurate weathering, markings and other identifying details. We attach particular attention to leveling, weathering and scale accuracy.
Yellow ‘1’, W.Nr. 5057, was flown by the commander of 6. Staffel JG 51, Josef Priller, and underwent several camouflage color modifications through its career. According to some sources, the initial scheme was composed of RLM 70/71/65. However,[...]
Gerhard “Gerd” Barkhorn (20 March 1919 – 8 January 1983) was the second most successful fighter ace of all time after fellow Luftwaffe pilot Erich Hartmann. Barkhorn joined the Luftwaffe in 1937 and completed his training in 1939. Barkhorn flew[...]
The appearance of this aircraft comes from a period in time when it was flown by Maj. Helmut Wick, and after many modifications to the camouflage scheme and tactical markings. The changes mirrored not only Wick’s ascension through the ranks as S[...]
1/48 Hasegawa Bf 109G-2 trop, Flown by Oblt. Werner Schroer, CO of 8./JG 27, Rhodes, early November, 1942 Werner Schroer achieved 61 kills in the skies over Africa., the first of which was a Hurricane downed on April 19, 1941 over Tobruk, Libya.[...]
Yak-3 belonged to the 1st FAR “Normandie Niemen” of the 303th FAD, USSR, AF Pilot Commander of the 1st AS, Lieutenant Marcel Albert, Spring 1945.
1/48 Zvezda LA-5FN Piloted by junior Lieutenant Sergey Kramarenko 19th Fighter Regiment, Spring 1944.
1/48 Tamiya Spitfire Mk.Ia,RN-N (serial number over-painted) Flight Officer Desmond Sheen 72 Squadron, Acklington, June 1940. Flight Officer Des Sheen was one of the early Spitfire aces. His Mk.I Spitfire is painted in the "B" pattern of the Tem[...]
This is my Focke Wulf 190 F-8 I./SG2 Red 10. Flown by an unknown pilot in Raab – Hungary, January 1945.
This Bf 109G-14 was one of the aircraft captured after the war at Pilsen (Plzen), Czechoslovakia. The Luftwaffe unit that flew this aircraft is unclear. The previous markings are still visible under the more recent ones and the KG 55 badge is pa[...]