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Review: 1/48 Liberator B-24J Hobby Boss Review

Avro Lancaster "Dambuster", Revell (04295) 1/72

As part of the "80th Anniversary of Dambuster Raid - group build!" created by Bernard @lis, I entered with the Revell kit 04295 in 1/72 scale. It was already 10 months ago that I received this kit and it still took two months [...]

1/144 Curtiss C-46

This is the newish Platz kit finished with Tamiya lacquer paints and Vintage Flyer decals. It represents a Slick Airways freighter during the late 1940s. Slick was a significant American cargo carrier between 1946 and 1966 when it was [...]

Messerschmitt 108B Taifun Swiss Air Force

In 1938, the Swiss Air Force was looking for a new Fighter aircraft. The tests of the Messerschmitt aircraft showed consistently positive results, after which immediate procurement took place. In order to be able to immediately retrain the [...]

Sopwith Snipe

Sopwith Snipe 1/72 Восточный Экспресс/ТОКО

Ratel on the Lomba

Here is my Baxmod 1:35 Ratel 90 of SADF finished as an Operation Moduler vehicle. I was inspired by a book I picked up in South Africa in 2018 "Ratels on the Lomba". This is primarily a resin kit and its has a full interior [...]

Grumman Goose Airliner

In 1936, a group of wealthy residents of Long Island, including E. Roland Harriman, approached Grumman and commissioned an aircraft that they could use to fly to New York City. In response, produced the Model G-21. It was a high-wing [...]

Dragon 1/35 Sd.Kfz.7, 8t Half track

A complex and highly detailed kit of a prime mover and a personal carrier widely used by the German Army. The focal point of the build were the relics of temporary winter paint applied in the field on top of the factory grey coat. To [...]

Marshal Moncey

1/48 TA-4PTM conversion

This is a Classic Airframes TA-4J, modified into a TA-4PTM, by the fitting of a Hasegawa A-4C nose cone. Also, they carried a windscreen wiper, so I added a spare one I had from a Hasegawa A-4E kit. The Classic Airframes TA-4J was released [...]