Yes, it s another scifi bike. Not much to write, just that, I used a Tamiya 1/12 race bike.
A nice little build made up of 76 parts.
Supposed to be a s
"snap-fit", but some/most parts were fixed with Tamiya Extra Thin cement.
I used a rattle can for this with the red being a shade i liked, and not necessarily the correct colour.
SO, while i'm out of action with a busted right shoulder rotator cuff, (yes, i'm right handed) i thought i'd post this model that my 15 year old son originally started, and butchered, of the iconic Toyota Supra.
He originally hand painted this i[...]
Excellent kit,lots of joy.Hope you like it.
I have always been fascinated by the Spruance and Ticonderoga class ships. Today it is not easy to get a kit that I would like to build again. This kit is from Revell, 1/700 scale and I was pleasantly surprised compared to other brands. I have b[...]
I wanted to find something a little different to build for the "Imperial German Air Service / Luftwaffe Group Build May 1st, 1910, to Present Day", and I discovered the Nike Hercules (MIM-14) surface-to-air missile was used by the Luftwaffe. Pr[...]
My first Airfix kit, wil do more for sure! The base is from a Bandai kit.
The Folland Gnat was a small, swept-wing British subsonic jet trainer and light fighter aircraft developed by Folland Aircraft for the Royal Air Force, and flown extensi[...]
An earlier build (early 1990s) and only photographed fairly recently at the Cameron Airport, the Testors 1/48 F-104A Starfighter is a very basic, simple old model. Originally, it was a Hawk release from 1957. I love these birds and really, ho[...]
My personal tribute to Spitfire this year. Hasegawa, Special Hobby, Eduard. Some wrong( Israel was without guns), but i am happy. Never forget sound over Duxford.
From "The Hook":
"Naval Aviation lost a devoted friend when Jessie Beck, 83, died in Reno, NV, in July 1987. As the first woman to own a major Nevada casino - the Riverside Hotel and Casino, she was called "the gambling grandmother," but to Ai[...]