Built in 2019. Hasegawa kit with Rising Decals, Eduard seatbelts, EZ Line for the antenna wires. Once again shortened the Hasegawa main legs for about 2mm. Gunze and Tamiya acrylics used, AML masks for the Erla zig-zag pattern. The aircraft was[...]
Built a couple years ago. First a former JG76 aircraft. In November 1939 the pilot accidentally landed on a French airfield and was captured. The plane was tested by the French an then given to the Brits. Tamiya kit with Rising decals
Built in 2015. Trumpeter kit oob, seatbelts and antenna wire added, Gunze and Tamiya paints for camo and finish, fuselage band and tri-color rudder are painted, rest of markings are decals from Avalon. Model shows a Soviet aircraft that was cap[...]
Built in 2019. Eduard kit with Rising Decals, brake lines with plastic rods and lead wire, paints used from Tamiya, Gunze and AK Real Color (RLM78/79). This aircraft was originally "Black 14", assigned to 2.(H)/14, Aufklärungsgruppe 14, and eq[...]
Built in 2015. Hasegawa kit with Delta One Decals. Former JG77 bird captured by the 325th FG in North Africa. The unit´s CO, LtCol Baseler, let it paint black and red like his P-40. The aircraft was used some time as a hack and to scare other n[...]
Here´s another captured Würger. Hasegawa kit with Karaya Decals, built over 5 years ago. Bird captured in Italy.
Built in 2017. On January 13th 1943, Unteroffizier Helmut Brandt of 2./JG54 was forced down by Soviet fighters and he made a crash landing on the frozen Lake Ladoga where he became a POW. The Soviets restored the aircraft to airworthy condit[...]
One photo of my last project. I buyed this kit without decals, and because i have american Mustang, I have this idea. Not finished yet.