The second kit I've got to share today is Trumpeter's A-37B Dragonfly, or Super Tweet as it is often called. I love the look of this plane, not only because of it's form, but also because despite it's diminutive size, it was all business.
Its been a while since I've posted anything. I haven't finished anything over the past 6 months, but I've got a c**p ton (it's a technical term) in progress. I'm cranking hard on them to try and get them done before we move fro[...]
This one was completed a couple of years ago. This is the Encore re-box of the Academy kit, with additional resin. There were a total of 2 complete kits in the box.
I always love this little jet in all it's variants. I especially like the attack version in it's all grey tactical paint scheme with low-vis markings. I recently found these old pictures of an old build. I do apologize for the horrible photog[...]
This is the Revell's 1/48 A-37A Dragonfly.
The kit has the same molding with the Monogram's. In Europe the kit has been marketed under the Revell title.
I used True Details' PE set for the seat belts, fuel tank caps etc..
The build was almost [...]
The A-37B Dragonfly was one of those unsung heroes of the Vietnam air war. Over shadowed by more glamorous jets like the Phantom, Crusader, Super Sabre and Thunderchief, the A-37 was deployed to Vietnam to replace the F-100 and B-57. It was used[...]
With the help of aftermarket decals, this was built as an OA-37, as pictured on the back cover of the A-37/T-37 Dragonfly in Action. These replaced the OV-10 in the FAC role with the 19th TASS, based at Osan AB, South Korea,.
The kit was cop[...]