Did this back in about 2004, it's my favorite of all the big Wurger models I've done. Used the now out of production Eagle Editions sheet. The Rutman conversion (forward fuselage and engine plug and prop/spinner) is now available from Greymatt[...]
Done back in 2001, using the Wurger Mechanic conversion (fuselage, prop and spinner) with the Trimaster Fw-190D kit. Decals were from Eagle Editions.
Hauptmann Walter Nowotny's Fw-190A-5 of JG 54, around the time he scored his 250th victory. Decals from Eagle Cals, seat from Eagle Editions with molded-in seat belts. JG 54 is my favorite unit for doing off-beat field-applied schemes.
This is the Hasegawa 1/32 kit with the Montex conversion to do the Fw-190A-3 flown by Hans "Assi" Hahn of JG2 in 1942. It's an easy drop-fit conversion with a full fuselage. Decals from Eagle Cals.
Kinetic F-86 Sabre with AMS Resins cockpit. Kit decals to do Joe McConnell's final F-86F-25. Best compliment I ever got on this model was an e-mail from former RAF Squadron Leader Roy French, who as Flt Lt Roy French, RAF exchange pilot with t[...]
Lifelike Decals used to create a famous-for-being-photographed Spitfire XVIe.
Victory Productions decals used to create Clive Caldwell's first Spitfire VIII.
Without a doubt, the Tamiya Spitfires are "definitive." Personally, I prefer the "Hasegawa style" of model production, since 95% of modelers aren't really all that interested in opening up their models. If the kit came with a "solid fuselage" [...]
This is the Hasegawa 1/32 P-40 (actually the "Kittyhawk III/P-40M" iteration) with the Greymatter Figures conversion for the Merlin engined P-40. Zotz decals.
The model currently resides in the home of the real "Duchess of Durham."
This is the Greymatter conversion to do the Spitfire Vb on floats, using the Hasegawa kit. It definitely looks like a Schneider Cup racer.