Hasegawa 1/24 scale kit
This Stratos in Alitalia color was one of the cars that I wanted to finish someday.
The rear fenders have been modified to smooth lines with no seams, and catch pins and antennas have been replaced.
The Alitalia [...]
I built a Hasegawa KH400.
The spokes of the wheels have been re-tensioned with metal wire, and the wiring in each section has been replaced with thinner ones.
The tank is painted with a gold base and clear red sprayed on top.
The kit is [...]
Just finished building this 1/48th Hasegawa A-4M Skyhawk. It's finished in the markings of VMA-311 as seen at MCAS Beaufort, SC. The kit was supplemented with an Eduard color zoom cockpit fret and an aftermarket ejection seat and exhaust [...]
Here is my latest build, finally completed. It is also my first successfully finished Bf-109 in 1/32nd scale. I am pretty happy with the result, even though some of the subtler weathering elements don't show up well in photos.
Here are [...]
This is my Hasegawa 1/32 F-104C Starfighter, #60886 "Fannie", as she (more or less...) stood in Vietnam, 1965.The story of the Starfighter is well known: created as a day fighter by Lockheed as one of the Century [...]
Thunderbirds Phantom II F-4E
Hi fellow modellers,
Proceeding my Thunderbird series, I post a quite old build that I’ve missed before.
The Phantom II F-4E
Hope you like,
A white T-bird
The Thunderbirds started the 1969 training season [...]
Here's another tick on my bucket list of P-40Ns in 1/32 scale.
This is 1/32 Hasegawa P-40N Warhawk with the markings of “White 21” from 74FS 23rd FG (Kweilin – China) flown by Capt Harlyn Vidovich in December 1943.
Note that this [...]
Here is my Hasegawa, Ki-43, Hayabusa / Oscar in 1/48.
An excellent kit - highly recommended!
Have a great day 🙂
As part of my growing assembly of F-5 related/based builds in 1/72, the Grumman X-29 was just completed.
I'm considering this build done for now, I've misplaced the 'Chuck Sewel' decal which goes on the canopy frame and I was going to try [...]
Kit: Hasegawa 1:32
There were two different Versions in 1941, the first Messerschmitt Bf 109 F-6 / U
was mounted with (MG 131 13mm) above the engine, so the bulges were left and right on the fuselage and a Telescopic sight was also mounted [...]