Modeling on and off over 60 years. World War II 1/48 scale aircraft are my main interest.
Added the landing gear inspection window located in the wheel well and landing gear retraction cables. No decals used all markings were applied by paint.
It is perhaps fortunate for the Royal Air Force that during the dramatic summer months of 1940 this aircraft was not available to the Luftwaffe. A range 30 per cent higher along with a significant speed and climb rate advantage over the Bf 109 [...]
This is the 1/48 Classic Airframes kit which comprises of resin main parts, metal landing gear legs and tail wheel, 2 well molded very clear vac canopies and decals. The kit was built OOB and painted using Vallejo Metal Colors. The kit is a st[...]
Medallion Models resin kit circa 1990 or so. This is still the most accurate kit of the P-36/Hawk75 in this scale. This model represents an aircraft from the Royal Thai Air Force, 85th Wing, Dom Muang 1944. As one can see this is an old tech[...]
Model was done OOB with the addition of Eduard seat belts. This kit is very well done but it is a shame that the excellent interior details supplied with the kit can not be seen because there is no open cockpit option. This model represents a [...]
Eduard cockpit set and canopy masks used in this build. Model represents an aircraft based on Timor Island in 1943.
Following on the really nice G.50 prototype posted by Valter, here's a G.50 build I recently finished. The kit was done mostly OOB with Master gun barrels and aftermarket decals being the only additions. Model represents an aircraft piloted by [...]
Model depicts an aircraft operating with 255 Squadron RAF, Kirton-in-Lindsey, Lincolnshire, 1941. Note this plane has six stack exhausts for which I used Ultracast parts. Other aftermarket parts are Eduard cockpit set and Master gun barrels. D[...]
Flying Machines kit represents an aircraft operating with Squdriglia 362, 22 Gruppo, 42 Stormo, Littoria June 1943. This is a limited run kit of good quality that has some nice resin parts for the cockpit and wheel wells. Modifications to the[...]
The main difference between the Potez 630 and the more numerous 631 was their engines. The 630 was powered by a Hispano-Suiza HS-14A/B whereas the 631 utilized a Gnome-Rhone GR 14 M4/5 power plant. This model depicts an aircraft that operated w[...]