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Aurora 1/8 “Fraankensteen”…monogram illuminators re-pop-

More than a hundred years ago, in a mountain village in Switzerland, lived a man who's strange experiments with the dead have since become legend.,the legend is still told the world over, the legend of Fraankensteen ahhgh,pig snort, gasp...why[...]

Aurora 1/8 “BATMAN”

actually the Revell knock-off as the original Aurora had Batman written on the tree Holy Smokes Batman as a young man he served as "batboy" for the Gotham city Yankees zoinks kapow I thought the searchlight was the bomb but i always wondere[...]

M8E2 Munitions Carrier, US Army, 1/48 Aurora, Blast from the past.

I found this on ebay, along Aurora's MBT 70,[which I have already built]. The M8 was based on the M41 Walker bulldog chassis, It was developed in the 1950s. Don't no much more about its operational use.Now I have something to resupply the M109 P[...]

MBT 70, a cold war mistake, Aurora, 1/48

Having recently arrived with their new tanks, the crews were confident yet apprehensive about their ability to confront the new tanks from the East. They hadn't even been on maneuvers yet when the alert was sounded, they made it to their positio[...]

Aurora Creature “From the Black Lagoon”

actually the Monogram knock off

Scoooore!

Just when I thought I was safe, it pulls me back in again[armor builds]. The right scale, the right subjects, the right price, more or less, from the net. The Tarkus line continues.

1/600 Aurora USS Enterprise (CV-6)

My Memorial Day build commemorating all those that have served our country this year is an appropriate one - the legendary CV-6, U.S.S. Enterprise. Winner of 20 Battle Stars, a Presidential Unit Citation and a Navy Unit Commendation, the Enterp[...]

Atlantis (ex-Aurora) “Classic Plastic” TWA DC-9, 72nd scale

This is one that I just completed; it's the Atlantis Models DC-9-15 (or thereabouts). This kit appears to be a re-issue of an ancient kit, which I believe was originally Aurora. In any event, the kit is very basic, and consists of parts with ver[...]

Flying Sub inbound!

Well it was a bit of a struggle, but mostly a lot of fun. It took 2 cans of Tamiya fine white primer and 2 cans of Tamiya Camel Yellow spray, so the paint cost about 1/2 what the kit cost! I am pretty happy with the overall result though and a[...]

M-109 S.P. Howitzer,1/48.

Another attempt at armor, this I've had around I don't know for how long. It's Aurora's last issue[1976] of the M109, where they added the long gun option, I added rudimentary recoil spades in the rear, the kit provided one massive unit that cov[...]