Here is the last of my planned 362nd FG builds (5 completed so far with "Chief Seattle" from Eaglecals). Barracudacal decals used once again from their excellent sheet "Mogin's Maulers".
Ultracast Seat & Wheels as usual.
I have wanted this decal for long time, it was released as part of an IPMS special in the 90's. Never managed to get one, Barracudacals to the rescue with their 362nd FG sheet "Mogins Maulers". Ultracast Seat & Wheels. Lots of f[...]
I started a self mini group build of P47's from 362nd FG using the excellent Barracudacals sheet "Mogins Maulers". Here is No.2 from this series of builds "Five by Five". Ultracast seat & wheels. I will leave it to Tom to provid[...]
These are from a 1997 flight i did with warbird mechanic/air racer (he flies "Voodoo") Matt Jackson. His client in the front seat (whose name I now forget) was a WW2 B-17 pilot who had long wanted a P-51 and from the group that escorted his bom[...]
Finally Lady Gen finished. You can see some more pictures of the finished model from Work in Progress aircraft section.
Tamiya's 1/12 Yamaha YZR-M1
Built OOB using the following paints:
Testors MM Acryl
True Blue Pearl
Lots of polishing and waxing between coat[...]
Two of the Chino P-51s, back about 10 years ago.
"Susie" is now in a different scheme, but this variation on "Snooks VII" looks pretty nice. I think I was in Bob Lewis' Cessna 172, which is why Steve Hinton had to drop flaps a bit to stay with[...]
Marine Fighting Squadron 215 (VMF-215) "The Fighting Corsairs" was a fighter squadron that was activated and fought during World War II. Following the surrender of Japan, the squadron was deactivated on November, 1946. The squadron was reactiva[...]
The VAC puts on a great show every year. It's held in Titusville near Cape Canaveral (about 55 miles south). When Last I attended, I was fortunate enough to see Col. Paul Tibbets of "Enola Gay" fame during a book signing, And no, I didn't get o[...]
In my apartment for years hanging an art print of a
Jagstaffel from the First World War, it is to see the Fokker Dr.I pilot Manfred Freiherr von Richthofen.
I was interested in the plane of the coloring ago recreate it, the kit was a Revell kit [...]