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Sopwith F.1 Camel, Wingnut Wings, 1/32

Finished another Wingnut kit, actually started building it about a year and a half ago, but due to some mishaps relating to me destroying decals it sat on the shelf of doom during a year. But I couldn't leave a kit like this there so the last mo[...]

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Any returning visitor to iModeler could not fail to notice how rapidly this site is growing these days. With 200+ headline articles per month being a happy new norm, our front page is being entirely redrawn every day, constantly bringing new int[...]

Spitfire MK.IIa 1:32 Revell kit, built from box + HGW seatbelts

The Royal Air Force is 100 years old this year. Spitfire MK.IIa No. 19 Squadron, RAF, Fowlmere, England, June 1941. 1:32 Revell kit, built from box + HGW seatbelts.

F-14A Tomcat, Tamiya 1/48 no.2

Hello colleagues modellers I would like to introduce to you my third F-14 from Tamiya 1/48. I built this model for Ted Rutherford who flew with him. Of the accessories, I only used Eduard's RBFs and seats. Fightertown Decals.

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Royal Navy Merlin.

Scratch built Royal Navy Merlin.Copied from pictures 12 inches long. Made of pine.

On This Day…November 28th.

On 28 November 1940, Wing Commander (he was the youngest flyer in the Luftwaffe to hold this rank) Helmut Wick of JG 2 went missing south off the coast of the Isle of Wight, South England. His body was never recovered and remains listed as mis[...]

Revell 4166 1/72 Me 262A-1a

This kit was the my first successfully done Me 262 in 72nd, the other two (also by Revell), were thrown to the garbage after I couldn´t stand seeing them with their noses melted by the glue I had use for the nose weights.

A pair of Armstrong guns

Two scratch built Armstrong guns.On the left a 20 pounder,on the right a 40 pounder.Made from wood.

On This Day…November 27th.

Seventy five years ago today, the exhausted crew of the legendary USS Lexington take a (very well earned) rest. The Lady Lex earned eleven battlestars and a Presidential citation; the men earned a legacy. A Martin PM 4 Mercator (replacement f[...]