Billed for publicity purposes as the “revolutionary Boeing fighter,” the Boeing P-26A was a mixture of old and new. The first all-metal monoplane fighter to serve with the Air Corps, it was also the last USAAC fighter with externally-braced wing[...]
1/72 Hasegawa, started early 2015, finished for the nose art group build, more details there, marked to celebrate 100 years of 1 Sqn.
Here's my rendition of the mythical Curtiss P-40 Warhawk, realised one year ago. It is the "N" version from Hasegawa, and I had some minor issues with fitting, especially the rear part of the fuselage (due to the engineering choosen by Hasegawa [...]
This small kit from Hasegawa is very good for 1/72 scale. Tell me what you think about it!
Well, there I was waiting for decals to arrive from Hannant's for my Monogram Fw-190 when I came across an old Hasegawa Ki-43 sitting in the consignment section at my local hobby store. I remember these early Hasegawa kits were simple to build[...]
F-20 was last and non-production modification of a famous F-5 fighter. It's a 1/72 Hasegawa kit, mainly OOB build excluding custom gun barrels, gun sight and seat belts. Painting scheme is the "what if" based on a late darker colors of the proto[...]
Fresh off the bench 10,000 Grumman built Hellcat . Paint with Mr color paints, mig wash. Aftermarket ites LF Models decals and eduard Brassin Resin Wheels . Slight issue on the decals tonight. The decals on the nose and other area Had disintegr[...]
This beauty's been sleeping in my stash for almost a year before it came her turn. I never liked single seater version, big bubble canopy on twin seater is what makes Hornets beutiful, but this came as second hand purchase for less than $35. Bea[...]