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Dornier Do 335 Pfeil

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Hi, I’m Rob and I have a Monogram problem….

So I suspect we all have a favorite manufacturer, for me it is Monogram, especially the mid 70s to early 80s Monogram aircraft kits. Though the 1960s classics are also wonderful. they are not the best kits, but I still love building them. I se[...]

Revell 1/48 Dornier Do 335

Next on the oddball list: This aircraft was captured by the Americans and turned over to the British. A nice kit that can be built as a single or two seater by virtue of inserts fitted over the spine. I had some fit issues here but nothing that [...]

Monogram D-335A4 Pfeil Luft’46

Another What-If? - Luftwaffe1946: After much drawn out fighting, the Germans finally capitulate. Leaving behind items such as this D0-335 much abused & repaired Arrow. Replaced wing & lower fin in case you hadn't noticed! Have fun &[...]

1/48 DO-335 A-0, (Monogram)

This is the 1974 issue Monogram DO-335, rescribed, with Ultracast exhaust, and photoetch belts. Lots of scratchbuilding on the gear, cockpit and closing the engine panels.Paint is Tamiya acrylics and decals are Cutting Edge. Hope you like, Colin

Tamiya 1:48 Dornier Do 335 A-0

I really enjoyed building this excellent kit. The only aftermarket items are Eduard PE seat belts and Ultracast exhausts. I also used Eduard canopy masks and was able to re-use them on the inside for the RLM 66 after painting the outside. I used[...]

1/48 Tamiya Do-335 Heavy

Another one of those awesome Tamiya kits. Finished in markings of one captured by the French by the end of the war. Finished with Tamiya paints and weathered with Mig wash. Cheers Brian

1/48 Tamiya Do335B-2 Heavy

Well folks another shelf of doom kit finished. This one of of the 335 captured by the French by the end of the war. Painted with tamiya paints. Weathered with Mig and AK washes. Cheers Brian

Building Monogram’s 48th Scale DO-335 Arrow

I built this kit a while back. I have seen this aircraft at Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum/Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center at the Dulles Airport in Washington DC. It is HUGE! I ran across some photos taken right after the war when the pla[...]

Push me pull me Do 335

Hi Guys, i know its been a while since i last posted anything on iModeler but stuff kinda got in the way!! any way heres my latest effort its the 1/72 Hobby Boss kit which is basic to say the least but still a good model i did some playing aroun[...]

Tamiya 1/48 Do 335 – in captured markings

I have been working on this kit off and on for several months now, and finally pushed through to completion. it is pretty much OOB, with Eduard seatbelts and a few other little details added. My main goal on this build was to experiment with m[...]