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1/48 Tamiya Crusader MkII

Hi Everyone This kit is a cracker, enjoyed it as much as any kit I have ever built. OOB bar the antenna (RB Models) Happy Modelling Darren

On This Day–Apollo 11 Day 4

19 July 1969, it is day 4, it has been 62 hours since launch, Columbia is now only 32,000 nautical miles from the Moon. They are traveling at a speed of 3782 feet per second. Houston has noted that the velocity has picked up in the last 5[...]

Airfix 1/48 Spitfire F XIVe

It's a strange but interesting fact that the only "built for that specific powerplant" Spitfire to achieve a large production run was the Mk.I; while there were several other Marks specifically designed to make maximum benefit of the additional [...]

1/35 scale mystery machine

This started life out as an m88 armored recovery vehicle. I'm on the hunt for more pieces to add on.

1/35 scale Stryker

My Stryker in Israeli markings.

1/700 U.S.S. Abraham Lincoln CVN-72

This is my 1 /700 scale U.S.S. Abraham Lincoln CVN-72. Ok, as I mentioned before in an earlier article the main reason for getting this carrier was for major donor parts for the U.S.S. Theodore Roosevelt CVN-71. I have to tip my hat off to Trump[...]

U.S.S. Theodore Roosevelt CVN-71

Here's my 1/700 scale super carrier U.S.S. Theodore Roosevelt CVN-71. The one on the simulated water is completed with a clear strip to see down in the hanger deck. The one on wood is of her in the middle or major repairs. Again my daughter back[...]

Paridise of Phantoms

Phor all you Phantom lovers

Camaro Tribute

For the man in black

On This Day-Mission to the Moon Day 3

18 July 1969, Apollo 11 is now 178,236 nautical miles from the Earth, the velocity has now dropped down to 3146 feet per second. It has been 57 hours since lift off. At this time the crew were preparing to enter the Eagle for the first time.[...]