Built more than 10 years ago. Hobbycraft kit with resin nose from Classic Airframes, decals from Cutting Edge.
Unteroffizier Willhelm Staege, 2.J/88 Legion Condor, Alar d'el Rey August 1937
Here is a quick post of the 'MiG-28' from the 1986 Top Gun Movie Airfix kit A00502
With 'Top Gun: Maverick' expected release some time this year, Airfix did a re-release of this kit from the original 1987 kit.
After I posted my last build of th[...]
Given the state of affairs with CV19, Biggin Hill have just released footage of this year's 'Armchair Airshow'.
Something for everyone here - B17s to Hellenic F-16 display teams, and much more.
Presented for iModeler colleagues and friends, the Tamiya A6M5c Zero from 1983. Though the model is old, it is still quite good, in my opinion. After doing my N1K1 Shiden, I had an urge to do its contemporary, the late-war version of the famo[...]
Just attempted this. It's in the bin. Most ill fitting piece of junk I've yet to encounter. I should know because I built their JU 88 Recon, although it didn't get binned. Why all the resin interior parts? Injection is just as detailed and doesn[...]
"Patches" is another in a continuing series of Korean War Era builds. This is one of the original Monogram kits issued in the late '70s. I only added harnesses to the cockpit. Paint is Model Master Faded OD over Neutral Gray. Decals are from[...]
Thanks to René Van Der Hart and his awesome models, We finally have chance to show more of our ladders on models, enjoy :)
A while back there was a story running on the news about incoming flights to LAX with pilots reporting that a guy flying in a jet pack was flying at 3000 feet. Going the opposite direction and a little close for comfort. The problem with jet[...]
The Model T, the most famous Ford of all time, was the first car that was really mass-produced. It is this single model that reinvigorated transportation around the world. Over fifteen million T models were sold in the nineteen years it was manu[...]
This is the new Airfix kit built as an Australian bird that was assigned to 8 Squadron, RAAF, in Malaya in 1941-42. 8 Squadron was a Hudson bomber unit so we can surmise that this Moth was a squadron utility hack. I found a photo of it crushed[...]