The Hart story is a complex one with a simple beginning. The Hawker company developed a elegant modern looking biplane with the performance to seriously challenge the existing fighters the RAF was using. This aircraft expanded into a whole [...]
Amodel, 1/72 IAR-80c.
IAR-80c no. 279, Escadrila 45 Vanatoare, Targsor, Aug, 1943.
The IAR 80 was a Romanian World War II low-wing monoplane, all-metal monocoque fighter and ground-attack aircraft. When it first flew, in 1939, it was [...]
Another member of my civilian fleet. Giving a minus to Amodel kit for unclear instructions and very fragile decals, besides that it was fun kit to build.
Hi! This is the Comet 4B from AModel in 1/144. The kit itself has a really nice detailing for an airliner, mostly on the panel lines, but lack detail on the wheel wells. Had to make some corrections on the air intakes and smooth the shape [...]
Another not so easy kit, this time from Amodel. As usual the fuselage of such a large subject is divided in three pieces lengthwise, and the Amodel instructions tell you to assemble the halves together then assemble the 3 sections to each [...]
Amy Johnson (1903-1941) was a record-setting English pilot who was very active during the thirties. In
1930, the 26 year old Johnson became the first woman to fly solo from Great Britain to Australia,
flying from Croydon to Darwin, a [...]
After viewing Marvin's excellent Sukhoi, I thought I'd share what I call my Bird of a Different Feather. This is Amodel's Yak-17 which, until I spotted the kit, had never heard of before. The build had it's challenges; nothing [...]
Hello to all forum users!
Recently graduated another model plane Antonov-32B. This is a copy of the Board of the government of Equatorial Guinea. Set from the company Amodel. Many of you are familiar with this firm. Who does not know, I [...]
Hello everyone! Recently finished another model. Many people know this plane. This Is Antonov-30. I tried to make a model similar to the plane of Ukraine, Board number 12. This is in real life. The Jack and ladder are completely self-made. [...]