Built in 2016.
Besides a bunch of factory fresh G-6s the ANR also received a few used ones from German JGs that were stationed in Italy. Usually the a/c had the German grey camo but some were already "italianized" by the Germans like this 109[...]
Built in 2015. Hasegawa kit with Stormo decals, painted with Gunze and Tamiya acrylics. Eduard seatbelts, EZ Line for antenna wires, brake lines added.
Aircraft serving with 1 Gruppo caccia 1 Sqn
I got this kit in 2007. It's the Special Hobby Serie O first production type. It wasn't until Reinhard posted his take on this kit and noted that it's really a Serie 01, that I realized the cannons were there all along, as well as the proper nos[...]
Built in 2013 by my dad. Hasegawa kit oob. Some of you may know that the Hasegawa Veltro isn´t correct and is something between a 202 and a 205, but it looks like a Veltro, my dad didn´t care.
Seatbelts added and EZ Line for the antenna wires.
Built in 2016.
Initially my dad wanted to do the splinter camo "blue 11" with the Special Hobby Sottoserie 0 kit. But then he found out that the kit had only the wings for a Serie 1 aircraft and some filling, sanding and scribing would have b[...]
My most recent work is a machine of the 1st Gruppo ANR, stationed in Vicenza, northeast Italy in summer 1944. I don’t know any interesting details about this particular airframe, but I liked the herringbone camo. It is quite under-represented, a[...]