Things are slowing down a bit at the Classic Jet Fighter Museum at Parafield, right outside Adelaide in South Australia. A few bits have been sold off to other museums (the P-39 Airacobra to a Moscow museum apparently, a complete Mirage III and [...]
More often than not I now find myself building a model based on some photo that grabs me. Such is the case with this Corsair build. I used the HobbyBoss F4U-4 with the curved windscreen or as HobbyBoss calls it, the early version. The model is i[...]
A major departure from my usual subjects - I tend to stick to 1/32 WWI aviation, but this 1/72nd A7D was built under commission, as a presentation piece for the pilot who flew the original, pictured below. He was an RAF Test Pilot, on an exchang[...]
My F4U-1A Corsair - NZ5272 / NZ5307 - RNZAF.
Barracuda cockpit decal
Just finished! Very quick build for a collector friend of mine.
Short Wip here:
Thanks for watching
I just finished my first model of the new year. This is the final one of the three Corsairs that I started last year. These planes were from my very first posting here on Imodeler.
I want to thank my friend Jim Sullivan for his assistance with[...]
"Marines Dream", has always been one of those scheme's I've always wanted in my display case. The decals are BarracudaCals (sheet #BC72152). A great decal sheet !
I added some Eduard PE seatbelts and wired the engine, "this can cause blindness [...]
This is my last build for 2016.I hope you like it
Tonight's article is about the second F4U from my very first article here on Imodeller. This one is hot off the work bench. It's one of 3 early Corsair builds that I had going on at the same time. Two were by Tamiya and one was from Hobby Boss[...]
Tonight I revised the article on my latest build, a Hobby Boss F4U-1 "early", which is hot off the work bench. The revision is due in part by observations and information from our fellow Imodeler members, namely my friends and fellow "Corsair b[...]