Yeah, another Hasegawa Fw-190 - it's what happens when you buy a stash of kits that were previously owned by a guy who liked the Fw-190 as much as I do. This is the limited-run Fw-190A-9, last of the radial Wurgers. markings from the kit decals[...]
My first Hase 190. Strong points are a nice overall shape, excellent very fine panel lines and, OMG, if you simply assemble the landing gear struts, everything lines up! (Are you listening Bunny boys?) Weak points of the Hase Wurger are wing/[...]
An old build with new pictures. This is 1/48 Tamiya P-47D-1 Thunderbolt finished with the markings of the 61stFS / 56th FG based in Halesworth, England during the summer of 1943 .
This machine named “In the mood” was flown by Gerald Johnson unt[...]
This is a 1:48 scale radio controlled model of a 270' CG cutter. It's scratch built mainly from wood and few commercial parts were used in it's construction(helicopter, crewmen, props, odds and ends). I was a crewman on the actual cutter as well[...]
This article has been sumbitted by Gregor de Ste Croix - Ed.
Here is perhaphs your first look at the new Airfix Gladiator which hit the shops last week. Hopefully as you will see this is without doubt the most affordable (£7.99) modern toolin[...]
Desert Storm in 1991 was a war that had all the services in transition. Vietnam Era aircraft and Helos participated with the newer generation aircraft, some seeing action for the first time. The Corsair II was one of those that were already [...]
The gentleman that wanted this model built had served on it as an enlisted seaman. He served just prior to it being decommissioned. Salem had a 10 year career from 1949-59. It served in the Atlantic and never fired a shot in anger. It was distin[...]
It's finished! Kit built OOB, decals from Aeromaster Marauding Invaders Part 3 sheet. This one only took 11 years to finish, hope the next one doesn't take that long...
I didn't get quite enough weight into her, so she tail sits. It won't be[...]