I took this model out to the Cameron Airport yesterday. I started it around May 1st, working on it in fits and starts, I finally got her across the finish line. It is the 1990 release of the 1/48 Convair F-102A from Monogram and it [...]
The Convair F-102 Delta Dagger was an interceptor aircraft that was built as part of a project of the USAF defenses in the late 1950s. Entering service in 1956, its main purpose was to intercept invading Soviet strategic bomber fleets [...]
This F-102A was built pretty much out of the box with the exceptions being an Eduard PE seat belt and after-market decals from Draw. A trouble free build but I was surprised at how big that finished model is. The gray paint was MM enamel [...]
I just completed this 1/48th model of a T-33A that was assigned to the 157th TFS of the SC ANG. They were based at McEntire ANGB, SC. At the time that unit was equipped with the F-102 Delta Dagger.
The model is an Academy T-33A which was a [...]
Descended from the plans of Dr. Alexander Lippisch, the Convair F-102 Delta Dagger was an American interceptor aircraft that was built as part of the backbone of the United States Air Force's air defenses in the late 1950s. [...]
This depicts an early F-102A as delivered to one of the first operational squadrons to receive them, the 327th FIS. It had the original shorter tail fin, and unmodified intake ramps and speed brakes. I added a pitot tube to the nose added [...]
This is 1/48 ProModeler F-102A Delta Dagger (Case X) with TuAF markings in 4th Main Jet Base at Murted-Ankara circa early 70s.
Cockpit modified with Eduard instrument panel and Quickboost seat.
Additionnaly I have used Quickboost resin [...]
Here are some assorted photos dad took at various locations when he stumbled upon interesting aircraft. Whenever I asked him if there were any aircraft he always wanted to fly that he never got a chance to, the F-86 and P-51 are the two [...]
Convair F-102 Delta Dagger, 431 Fighter Interceptor Squadron "Red Devils", Zaragoza, Espana, 1962. I made this model from the Meng 1/72 set in 2014, without any additions, just straight from the box.