Another old Monogram kit, with an option to build the two-seater. While it shows it's age, it still holds up pretty good, as do most of the older kits, with a little work. As I dip into the stash, I recall why I bought these in the first place.
As a follow up to my Do-335 I built another one of these model kits. This time I thought I would do it up as a defender of the Reich in the last days of the war.
I added drop tanks and also scratch built the boarding ladder. I thought it [...]
After seeing Walt’s 335 photo posts, I thought to myself “you know I’ve seen that model before”. Well, after some detective work (going through my completely unorganized model/air show photos folder) I found the incriminating photos! It seems[...]
Inspired by Erich's excellent rendition I thought I would add my own version of this "hypothetical" aircraft. It will have some of you seeing doubles, but I think its cool. I have always enjoyed seeing how two different modelers will approach[...]
This model was done a few years ago as purely a “fun project” and is not meant to be a historically accurate subject, but rather my rendition of what a Do 335 Night fighter from NJG.1 might have looked like. The Dornier Do 335 was an advanced p[...]
I built this one sometime mid last year. This offering is the Revell Dornier Do 335 Pfeil. I modeled this one as an A-5 variant, which was a single-seat nightfighter. This was built Out Of The Box, and I did not use aftermarket parts. Just what [...]
I finally finished this beast! My first model in... (mental math taking place) about 8 years. I think there are a few more things that could be done to this, but I'm sticking a fork in this one! Enjoy! Feedback is welcome.
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