Built my first model in 1968. Retired USAF MSgt, F-111E, D, EF-111A, & FB-111A Avionics Technician. Tactical Communications Computer Control Operating Engineer.
Currently TMDE Quality Assurance Evaluator.
Hobby Boss Fullback, Mr. Paint Colors, Eduard Brassin Wheels & Tires.
Latest completion, great kit that goes together without any issues. Finished out as 1st FW Langley AFB, VA.
Who does not like F-4 Phantoms, so many schemes, clean or dirty a real workhorse. Norm 81 fascinated me since my USAFE days. I used to say they were painted like German WWII Luftwaffe to my co-workers. Needless to say that is how I built my H[...]
Eduard 1/48 Mirage IIICJ with some manipulated kit decals. Really nice kit, just needs a few enhancements and careful building. Build WIP link included.
Built this in 2011, Aires F-15I cockpit and F-15I nozzles, weapons from Academy F-15I kit.
Sky F-15I decals. 69 Squadron "The Hammers" delivered the strike on the Syrian Nuclear reactor in 2007.
Not a fall together kit, but with experience should pose no problems building. Definitely need a new tooled Brick! As our British cousins say "the only thing going lower than the Bucc is a submarine!"
Yes, here is a conversion I did to a single seat Tamiya F-16 in 2013. I have included the WIP that I posted during the build. This was a fun build.
Before Kinetic released the British 1st Gen. SHARs the only good way to build one was a kit-bash. Here is my bash from 2013/14. There is too much to describe here so I have included a link to my WIP on BM. This is old school modeling that I g[...]
1/48 Revell Monogram Mil-24 with Cobra Products cockpit set, Cobra VP conversion, and CMK tail boom extension, wheels, wing pylons, Begemot codes & Stars, Linden Hill stencils, Aeromaster numbers. 2.5 degrees of tilt modified into fuselage [...]
The Trumpeter Su-24M2 can be made into a striking example with correction sets from Komplekt Zip. Front and rear fuselage, intakes and nose bring the Fencer in-line to the prototype. The shallow spine is still there but has a negligible effect[...]