1/72 Hasegawa, built for the MiG GB, more pic's and details there, finished in Revell R31 red and Himbrol 27002 silver with Pledge over HDL 72-030 decals.
And my dad has finished his first 109 in 2021.
Hasegawa kit, bomb rack and 50kg bombs from Zvezda, Eduard seatbelts, EZ Line for antenna wires, plastic rods and lead wire for the brake lines. RLM74/75/76 painted with AK Real Color. Sho[...]
Here´s another captured Würger. Hasegawa kit with Karaya Decals, built over 5 years ago. Bird captured in Italy.
Built in 2017.
On January 13th 1943, Unteroffizier Helmut Brandt of 2./JG54 was forced down by Soviet fighters and he made a crash landing on the frozen Lake Ladoga where he became a POW. The Soviets restored the aircraft to airworthy condit[...]
Built in 2013 by my dad. Hasegawa kit oob. Some of you may know that the Hasegawa Veltro isn´t correct and is something between a 202 and a 205, but it looks like a Veltro, my dad didn´t care.
Seatbelts added and EZ Line for the antenna wires.
That Tempest II in July is nice. Hopefully the S.199 will be in 1/48 first. 4-cannon Fw-190A-5 is also interesting, as is the Spitfire V in the fall. I like the Fw-190F-8.
Doing 109Es with the Special Hobby kit is great - that is absolutely t[...]
My dad finished his first model in the new year already.
Hasegawa kit, part of the decals from the sparesbox, Eduard seatbelts, EZ line for antenna wire, plastic rods and lead wire for the brake lines, plasic rods for the landing gear [...]
Despite it all it was a productive year although I've neglected sharing here for a while. And I built all things that fly even though I hadn't planned it that way. Here they are:
Dream Model's 1/72 AH-1Z
Hasegawa 1/48 P-40E Aleutian Tiger-l[...]
Here is my 2020 models (all 1/48 unless noted otherwise) -
Tamiya P-38G (Luftwaffe)
Tamiya 109E3 Condor Legion
Hasegawa Shiden "Prisoner of War"
Hasegawa Macchi 205 "Luftwaffe"
AMT P-40F "Liberaiders"
A couple of A-4s built a while back, Hasegawa with a condor conversion applied for the Blue Tail Fly A-4c andTrumpeter was used for Lady Jessie.