This was built several years ago. This is 1/48 Tamiya Spitfire Mk.Vb trop with Turkish Air Force (TuAF) markings. In 1944 39 Spitfire Mk.Vb were sent from RAF Mediterranean stocks.
The cockpit is modified with:
- Eduard PE instrument panel
TuAF F-100C has landed. You can see the building process from Work in progress section.
This is the 1/48 Dragon Junkers JU-188A2 with the markings of 3E HK from II KG/6. This Ju-188 was found abandoned at Melsbroek in Belgium (1944).
Cockpit components painted to RLM 66 and modified by CMK seats.
The upper fuselage and right wi[...]
This is 1/48 Eduard Spitfire Mk.IXc finished with the markings of ML296, DU-N flown by F/Lt Otto Smik, No. 312 (Czechoslovak) Squadron, North Weald AB, Late August, 1944. Eduard s Profipack kit was the prize of iModeler Best in Show – August 20[...]
Here is my recently finished Starfighter.
This is 1/48 Hasegawa F-104G with the markings of Turkish Air Force 191st squadron markings in 1972.
Cockpit modified by using Eduard PE instrument panel and CMK C2 ejection seat.
Different tones of Alcl[...]
Here is my 1/48 scale Great Wall Hobby P-61A Black Widow. The kit is finished with the markings of “Lady Gen” 42-5544 flown by Capt. Eugene Lee from 422nd Night Fighter Squadron in 1945. The 422nd Squadron was the first to operate the P-61 in[...]
This is recently finished 1/32 Hasegawa Focke Wulf Fw-190A-5 with the markings of 5.JG 54 flown by Lt Emil Lang in Eastern front during the summer of 1943.
Lt. Emil Lang accumulated 173 aerial victories , 144 of which were gained on the Eastern[...]
This is 1/48 Hasegawa Spitfire Mk IXe finished -several years ago- with the markings of the Turkish Air Force (TuaF).
After WWII, between January 1947 and February 1948, TuAF received 170 Spitfire Mk.IX ans used them up to the beginning of 1952[...]
This time a different thing from the long past. This is 1/100 scratchbuilt model of S/S Kanlıca which was one of the nine sisters passenger steamers served in Istanbul Bosphorus in different lines including Prince ‘s islands since 1961.
I have started to built "Eduard Spitfire" this week. You can see the building process from the Work in progress section by using the following link.