This is is the Hasegawa 1/48 AH-64D Apache Longbow Attack Helicopter. I added details from the Eduard photo etch cockpit detail set, the Master Model chain gun detail set and used the decals from the IPMS 2010 National Convention. This set cover[...]
I think it's time to put this one into the case and call it complete.
This kit is the Italeri re-pop of the old AM A-36 that many a folks are familiar with. In the usual style there were a number of decals to choose from, however, this being[...]
Around 2009-2010 Collings was searching for a paint scheme for their newly restored A-36. At some point an envelope of photos showed up full of photos from the 86th FG that was based in Italy. The cowling section from TUTU still exists and at on[...]
First completion of the year, essentially started before the Christmas holiday but just now completed. This is the old Accurate Miniatures kit of the A-36 Apache from which the now defunct company produced various versions of early P-51's. I did[...]
This time I would like to present my March completed build. This was A-36 Apache from Italeri that is rebox of Accurate Miniatures kit. The build take me a year or so but not because the kit is woeful but I have long brakes working [...]
i built one of these last year and posted it but was never satisfied with the result...removed the post and trashed the model...the national insignia's on the wing and fuselage are different...one of course is larger and i flubbed it up...then i[...]
I don't really think this machine needs much of an introduction! Here it is equipped with sidewinder missiles in 1:32nd scale. The kit is an old Revell kit from 1986, I managed to get it for twenty quid on E-bay! The seatbelts are aftermarket ho[...]
This is the A-36A owned by Tom Friedkin, after it was restored for flight by Fighter Rebuilders in 2010. The airplane is now painted like the A-36A from the 86th FBG with the mission marks all over the fuselage, one of the decal options in the [...]
Not as glamorous an aircraft as its pure fighter stablemates, but a hard worker nonetheless.
This represents a 'plane serving in Italy sometime in 1943-44. Worn, faded & dirty.
I built this kit quite some time ago & it still stands up we[...]
Since we had amazing run on Airacobra's, and I don't have one built yet to display, figure an early Mustang would be the next best thing. If I remember correctly this is AM first kit ever offered was the Apache, new approach, detailed info t[...]