This model was exhibited a week ago at Mosonmagyarovar model show, last day under it I found the invitation to join you on this nice website.
Acording to Roy's logbook, these were taken on a "fun flight" in September 1953; this would have been just before his return to England. Roy is flying F-86F-1 52-4345, an early narrow-chord/slatted-wing F-86F, while the two he photographed are [...]
We'd all know that old aircraft are awesome. They’re full of interesting shapes, texture, detail. Moreover, nothing looks better than an old fighter in a colorful paint scheme!
UK-based digital avaiation artist took this idea to a whole new [...]
My 1st attempt in doing a bare metal finish was on Monograms F-86. Using Alclad Aluminum and Anthracite Grey for the gun port panel. Aeromaster decals and True Detail wheels are the only AM used on the kit. A fun build and applying a difficul[...]
This was my first love in 1958. I was 10 years old.
This is the box top I remember. I don't have the model kit anymore, but thanks to the Internet I was able to retrieve good old memories.
There is an anecdote to this story.
In 1958 I had to [...]
The Kinetic 1/32 F-86F done as an early RCAF Sabre Mk. 6 (hard leading edge wing) with Harold Offield's cockpit set and Leading Edge decals (which include the resin "sugar scoops" that are the visual difference between a Sabre 6 and an F-86). W[...]
The price was right, and I had some old decals laying around, so this old bird got thrown together. Even though it's not even up to Monogram's standards, it still looks ok for it's age. The interior leaves a lot to be desired, as do most ESCI [...]
One of our club's themes, was "Snake Bit", or, "something with a snake". (I think the theme was chosen by a car builder, with a Shelby Cobra). Wanting to do something quick (and it shows), I chose the Matchbox F-86 Sabre, with the markings of[...]
This model represents the first production single seat fighter to which air-to-air missiles replace the classic gun armament.
The Monogram kit is built out of the box and I do not recall any fit issues. I used several shades of Alclad paint loo[...]
This is the first 1/72 scale model I've made since around 1990! I think Airfix are to be congratulated on producing such a fine kit. Our local IPMS club decided to do a 'Group Build' & we chose this scale & kit so as to keep the costs r[...]