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Morane L “Black cats” 1/72 Scratch

Present to you another Moran. This time Moran in the service of the Red Army. Photos of the building process here: Best regards, Vlad.

The Papagei Staffel in 1/48

After his dismissal as General der Jagdflieger by Hermann Goering at the end of December, 1944, Adolf Galland was slated to become Staffelkapitaen of 4.JG54 - at the time fighting overwhelming odds in the Courland Peninsula - as his punishment. [...]

Airfix Sabre Mk.4 in 1/72 scale

This is the first 1/72 scale model I've made since around 1990! I think Airfix are to be congratulated on producing such a fine kit. Our local IPMS club decided to do a 'Group Build' & we chose this scale & kit so as to keep the costs r[...]

Classic Airframes 1/48 early Hurricane I

The Classic Airframes Hurricane I is the only 1/48 kit that offers the opportunity to do a "ragwing" Hurricane. It is obvious the designers looked at the Hasegawa kit, which they corrected by changing the lower wing part so the fuselage mating [...]

1/48th Tamiya F4U-1

This is the first of three of the same kit I recently acquired through an E-Bay sale. One of the other two in the stash, I plan on doing as a very early Corsair in NMF and the third....well, I haven't decided (I'm open to suggestions). I used [...]

PBY-5A US Coast Guard 1952

This is a version of Monogram's 1:48 scale PBY- 5A. Most builders construct this kit in typical WWII fashion but I wanted my plane to present a different appearence. The USCG started flying Catalinas in the 1930's, (the flying boat version) and [...]

B-26 Marauder, radio control model

Let me start off by stating that I, did not build this model. This also shows off another of my "man caves" my so called "back house". I use this for working on large models and many other home projects. also it is used for storage. That said, h[...]

F4F-4 Flown by Captain Jefferson DeBlanc USMCR, MOH

Jefferson DeBlanc was assigned to VMF-112 and in November of 1942 he entered into combat. On his first mission he scored a double victory and at the time, he had 10 hours in the F4F. On January 31, 1943 he shot down two float planes and 3 Zeros[...]

FM-2 of VC-93 aboard USS Petrof, 1945

This represents an FM-2 aboard USS Petrof during 1945. I have no information as to the pilot or if in fact it was ever assigned to an individual pilot. FM-2's came late in the war and flew off Jeep carriers. I built it OOB from the Hobby Boss ki[...]

F4F4 Flown by Machinist Mate, Donald Runyon

Machinist Mate 1st/class Donald Runyon flew this Wildcat as part of VF6 off USS Enterprise in 1942. He was originally assigned to VF-2, "Flying Chiefs" as a non-commissioned pilot. He was eventually commissioned as a LT/jg in 1943 with an effect[...]