This is my post Korean F-86F from Hasegawa. Very nice kit, no issues at all. Since the decals were quite old and "yellowed", I got a new set from Aeromaster. Metallic paint were automotive types and the rest from Gunze acrylics.
Although serving in small numbers towards the end of World War II, Lockheed’s pugnacious fighter made a name for itself as a fighter and strike bomber during the Korean War. To commemorate the start of the Korean War 70 years ago and to pay homa[...]
About 17 years ago I found some "Royal Canadian Air Force F-86 Sabre Jet" decals for sale at an "on-line" hobby shop in Canada.
I emailed and got a reply then sent some money for two sets. The 2nd set was bought just in case I screwed up a deca[...]
All raised details have been rescribed, a lot of scratch inside the cockpit because it was completly wrong for the F model of the aircraft, hypodermic needle pitot tube, movable flaps, fuselage drains drilled and opened, scratch built intake cov[...]
My favorite jet has always been the F-86 Sabre, thus when I saw this kit via "Scalehobbyist" I bought it for several reasons.
One reason is: I like what we call here in America "Flashie Things" and the paint application on this jet just made m[...]
Due to a very busy schedule it’s been a while since I completed anything. So I thought I’d post one from a little bit ago.
This is Revell of Germany’s kit, and in my opinion certainly one of the best fitting kits I’ve worked on. The finish is [...]
A year ago I said I was not going to deal with resin and photographed parts for the models or the rivet counting. I'm just glueing myself. Just to explain why this is so. I take this activity as a relaxation. The Revell model is very cool and th[...]
I finished this one a couple of months ago, I'm still looking for a good BMF paint. This one was painted with Alclad. This is a really nice kit to build and I used the kit decals which went on with no issues and using decal solvent. I have anoth[...]
Lt. Jim Thompson piloted this aircraft out of Suwon AFB South Korea. In May 1953 he scored his first kill, a Russian MiG-15 flown by a red Chinese pilot. The MiG had a marvelous dragon painted on the nose which enamoured Jim so much he ran to h[...]
This is the Hasegawa 1/48 scale Sabre Mk4. I built this when it was first released in 2004.
Built straight out of the box, including decals with just the seat belts added. Aeromaster acrylic paint was used for the camouflage colours.