The venerable Monogram B-52D kit has been a staple (and standard) by which all later BUFF kits have been compared. The Monogram kit is still the best, most accurate in shape, BUFF kit since 1968.
Originally released without a bomb bay and "jet [...]
This is the Revell 1/144 scale B-52G. This was built for a gentleman at work who actually was part of the air crew on this 51st Bomber Squadron B-52G. The specific squadron decals and the base decal we made by myself. It was painted off of a ph[...]
Very fun build, the only problems I had were vague locations for various hoses and tubes, and my drive shaft that ran through the turbine section was warped. Had a big dogleg in it. Trying to fix it it broke. Well not to worry I did some int[...]
I got the great Atlantis B-52 X-15 re-pop for Christmas, and am looking for a good fluorescent orange/red-orange to use. I know there are more choices out there these days, so any favorites?
This was one of three F-100Fs utilized as Chase aircraft early on in the X-15 program at Edwards AFB. Flying Chase -1, it would take off with the NB-52 and fly formation during the climb out and cruise to the launch lake. The chase pilot would v[...]
This is Atlantis models reissue of the old Revell 1/174 kit. Not to much detail, there never was, but they did provide two types of stands and improved the decals. You can also choose to use the external fuel tanks for a SAC version, ala Dr. S[...]
It's been a while since I updated you on my progress with Sanger's massive 1/48th scale vacuform B-52H project.
Since last time I've worked on the fuselage, scratch-building the main undercarriage bays, as well as adding numerous bulkheads and[...]
I thought you may be interested to see my latest 'work in progress' - Sanger's 1/48th scale B-52 vacuform. I've been plodding on with the engines and wings, and the accompanying pictures show my progress so far. The basic engine na[...]