Much has been written about the Eduard Spitfire and the history of Spitfires by better men then I so i'll spare you all.
I modeled Spitfire ML296, 312 (Czech) Squadron, RAF, August, 1944. I painted most of the markings, Roundels, codes, etc., us[...]
This is a March 83G that campaigned in the IMSA GTP series from '83 through '85. It was sponsored by Red Lobster.
The kit is white metal made by a company called Bam. 1/43rd scale. All of 4 1/2" long
This Messerschmitt 109 G-6 J-713 with the pilot Oblt Hans Zweiacker
accident on 29 May 1946 at Piz di Rod, the Messerschmitt with the pilot was not until seven years later found by a hiker. On 4 September 1953 reported Felice Ressighini from mer[...]
I just became aware that aviation author Bill Gunston died on June 1, 2013. A former RAF pilot, he was the technical editor of Flight International beginning in the 1950s and later an editor of Jane's All the World's Aircraft. He was the autho[...]
Back before there was the Eduard kit, before there was the Hasegawa kit, there was the ICM kit, released first in around 1999 with the Spitfire IX, the first series of kits to get anywhere close to accuracy with the Merlin-60 series Spitfires. [...]
Still keen on the Fleet Air Arm; I've just finished one of Trumpeter's latest. The Attacker didn't quite make its mark as noticeably as the USN Banshee & Panther although similar in performance. The tailwheel undercarriage wasn't a great fea[...]
Built OOB, finished in Testors and Tamiya acrylics.
I had planned on mounting bombs instead of rockets, for something a little different. However, I really didn't like the way the bombs ended up looking. I also left off the boarding step, as it [...]
This model represents the first production single seat fighter to which air-to-air missiles replace the classic gun armament.
The Monogram kit is built out of the box and I do not recall any fit issues. I used several shades of Alclad paint loo[...]
Here's the latest kit I've completed. I'm not normally a two wheel fan, but this Honda is an exception.
About the bike: The RC166 was Honda's triumphant development of its 250 cc racers which started in 1954 when Soichiro Honda declared his a[...]
This 1/32 Hasegawa Bf-109K-4 is done as an airplane flown by Georg Genth of III/JG 26 around the time of Operation Bodenplatte. Genth was the son of a WW1 German aviator who flew Gotha bombers, and joined the Luftwaffe as a "nachwuchs" (literal[...]