Hello, guys! The "Dora", or Fw-190 D-9, has been one of my favorite aircrafts. This particular machine ("brown 4") is a bit unusual, but famous, in that it was one of few Doras that were attached with the vertical stabilizer designed for Ta152. [...]
This is my most recent model to cross the finish line. The Williams Brothers Gee Bee Z. The kit build was straight forward, and built OOB, with the exception of engine details being scratch built. The hard part was painting. The model was extens[...]
A-6E of VA-115 (Eagles), Atsugi Naval Air Station, 1996.
I saw the movie, Flight of the Intruder, in 1991 and I was immediately hooked on the A-6. Yeah, it was a cheesy movie with over the top lines but the real history underlining the movie i[...]
This aircraft is from the Akeno Training Flight Division, Akeno Airfield, 1944. A very nice kit with no vices. When I started collecting info on this kit I noticed almost every build mentioned an over-lap of the of the wings near the wing root(s[...]
Unfortunately, I made a mistake during the construction of the Me 109 F and fixed it and took new pictures. Kit: 132 Trumpeter
Beautifully shot image of US tanks of the 755th Battalion, awaiting the call to enter Coreno Ausonio, near Lazio, Italy, on the day of the town’s capture, May the 14th, 1944.
Rarely photographed Focke Achgelis Fa223 ‘h[...]
A little diorama. early may 1945. The battle of Berlin.
This is a test to simulate wood. I bought an Albatros D V from Wingnut Wings and I'm practicing.
F-14 Tomcat doesn’t need special introduction. Being the main star of a Top Gun movie, the aircraft was designed in late 1960’s after the failed F-111B project. Featuring twin tails, twin widely spaced engines and swing-wings, this fleet defe[...]
Once deHavilland received a production order in January 1940 for one prototype of the D.H. 98 design as an unarmed bomber to specification B.1/40/dh, the contract was modified on March 1, 1940 under Specification B.1/40 for 50 bomber-reconnaiss[...]