More what-ifs! This time based around a general Swedish theme: aircraft that never served in the Swedish Air Force and Swedish aircraft painted in fictional markings. Note that some of the aircraft are fictional in themselves, can you spot them?
And here comes part 2 of the Tunnan what-if collection!
Swedish cold-war icon Saab J 29 was known as the "flying barrel" and even if it made sterling service defending the Swedish skies, many people feel that it was never developed to its full potential. One of these people, we can call him "Lars", h[...]
The raisen Zero!, probably my favourite plane of all times. I have model it in almost every scale and configuration and this time I'm presenting the 1/72 Fine Molds available only with number 276/277 of Model Graphix magazine. I just love this plane!
Hello out there,
New around here so I thought I might post some of my work. This particular kit was built around the time I returned to the hobby so I learned quite a bit. As I recall the fit was tough in places. The fuselage is molded in four p[...]
Colleagues, I offer you an unknown aircraft since WWI. I wanted to place it on the first day of this month, but was only able to today. Happy viewing.
Inspired by Erich's excellent rendition I thought I would add my own version of this "hypothetical" aircraft. It will have some of you seeing doubles, but I think its cool. I have always enjoyed seeing how two different modelers will approach[...]
This model was done a few years ago as purely a “fun project” and is not meant to be a historically accurate subject, but rather my rendition of what a Do 335 Night fighter from NJG.1 might have looked like. The Dornier Do 335 was an advanced p[...]
This is a Monogram 1?24th Packard Phaeton. Built OOB. Spray painted with enamel paint from the little Testors bottle. If I remember correctly I was paying 5 cents for the when I began painting my models.
This whole series of Monogram classics is[...]
Wonder who may have built one of these in the past? I got one for a present as a kid when they were brand new and the hottest thing on the market. It was lost in one of my Navy moves years ago and I have wanted one ever since, so I ordered one[...]