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Pakistan Air Force JF-17 Thunder Block 10

It's built using Bronco's 1/48 kit and the decals are from a personal brand in China. Enjoy!

PLAAF J-10A yellow skin

Built from Bronco 1/48 kit. Yellow skin state. Enjoy...

Land-Wasser-Schlepper (late production)

RG-31 Kinetic

Hello gents. After a long period of me trying to sell this kit, decided to build it after all :) The kit as such has its problems(mainly many voids in plastic in the undersurface), but putty can fix it all. Replaced the unusable M2 gun with a Li[...]

1/35 Valentine Tank

Hot off the spray booth this morning,burnt my fingers on the exhaust still that hot.It`s a Bronco model kit,I saw this kit in a mag sometime back,and I like anything with a fuel tank on the outside,it went together quite well,nice interior but n[...]

Bronco P-40C

For all you P-40 afficianados, Bronco have released a new P-40C in 1/48, price around $50. Check out the extensive review of the kit posted today at themodellingnews.com.

British Saladin Mk.2

This is the Dragon Black label 1/35 British Armored Car Saladin Mk.2 with, seemingly, a certain fellow from a bridge too far commanding. The Saladin was a post WWII British six-wheeled armored car built by Alvis fitted with a 76mm gun. It was [...]

S-Boot in 1:350

The S-Boote were developed by the german navy in the twenties and were built by the Lürssenwerft. Their long hulls with rounded bottoms gave them sea keeping abilities superior to allied boats, their diesel engines were rugged and reliable and t[...]

THREE GERMAN SUBS in 1:350

Having finished four german capital ships of WW2, it was time to complement my german collection with some subs. I chose to build one from each important class. The Typ VIIc U-Boot was the workhorse of the german navy and bore the brunt of the [...]

1/48 Testors North American OV-10 A Bronco

VAL-4 "Black Ponies" was the only U.S.Navy group to fly OV-10's in Viet Nam. Although they were also flown by the U.S.A.F., and U.S.M.C., I've always felt that this was the only group that was allowed to use the OV-10 to it's full potential. [...]
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