Kit: Academy 1:72, Decals Kora www.GDkits.com
The bomber of the 8th Air Force, 306th Bomb Group with the registration number RD-I and the nickname "Est Nulla Via in Via Virtuti" (no path is impassable for courage) landed in Magadino via Stuttgar[...]
Once again it was time after the Corona break, kerosene, engine noise, friends from near and far. The models were given to the element between earth and sky.
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Finally kerosene again and to hear the music from the engines is just great,
here you can see some pictures and further pictures on:
Have fun looking at the pictures
The Model T, the most famous Ford of all time, was the first car that was really mass-produced. It is this single model that reinvigorated transportation around the world. Over fifteen million T models were sold in the nineteen years it was manu[...]
As one of the first European countries, the Swiss Air Force was able to test various aircraft in the USA, including the Chance Vought F-8U-1 CRUSADER,
Grumman F-11F-1F SUPERTIGER, Douglas A-4D-2 SKYHAWK
and finally the Lockheed F-104A STARFIGTHE[...]
This Mirage IIIS J-2302 was used at Holloman Air Base in 1964 as a test aircraft for the Swiss Air Force in order to be able to complete all shooting attempts with rockets, automatic cannons and bombs.
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Best regards Hans Peter
Hello aviation friends and model builders, we wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. With best regards Hans Peter and Verena
I built some US cars from WWII here.
Willys Jeep Italeri 1:35, Staff Car Dodge WC-56 Italeri, 1 ½ Ton Personnel Carrier Dodge WC-62 Max 1:35, GMC CCKW 353 Heller 1:35, US Army Truck GMC 2/5 Ton 6x6 Italeri 1:35
regards Hans Peter
A toast to the former Royal Air Force pilots who fought for freedom that day.
Hans Peter and Verena
August 13, 1940, the Battle of Britain took place, here you can see two Models, a Messerschmitt by Kommodore Adolf Galland and the Spitfire by Pilot Off A.S.C Lumsden Ibsley AB.