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Hobby Craft 1/48th Hawker Sea Fury FB.Mk.11

I started this build probably near the end of 1989, the year this kit was released. I got as far as airbrushing the Sky Type S paint on to it but stopped and left it on my shelf. As time went by the box and the rest of the parts for this [...]

RAF Hawker Fury Mk.1

This article is intended to supplement and expand on Rick Kent's excellent Hawker Fury markings article on this website. The Hawker Fury was the first 200 mph aircraft to serve with the Royal Air Force. It's been reasonably well served by [...]

Hawker Typhoon Mk.Ib (Car Door) No. 175 Squadron, Hasegawa, 1/48

This is my contribution to the combo build of the Hawker Typhoon together with Spiros @fiveten It was a great moment when Spiros joined my thread together with his Typhoon and continue it as a combo build. The build was mainly out of the [...]

1/32 Special Hobby Hawker Tempest Mk.V (JN766 SA-N)

This is 1/32 Special Hobby Hawker Tempest Mk.V with the markings of JN766/SA-N of 486 (RNZAF) Squadron RAF at Castle Camps Cambridgeshire in January 1944. Cockpit modified with CMK seat and Eduard instrument panel. I have used [...]

Review: Special Hobby 1/48 Hawker Tempest II

The Airplane: The Tempest, which was first called the Typhoon II, was Sydney Camm’s response to the shortcomings of the original Typhoon fighter, most particularly the Typhoon's unexpected deterioration in performance at high altitude [...]

Review: Special Hobby 1/32 Tempest F.B. II

History: The Tempest, which was first called the Typhoon II, was Sydney Camm’s response to the shortcomings of the original Typhoon fighter, most particularly the Typhoon's unexpected deterioration in performance at high altitude due to [...]

1/48 AMG Hawker Hind.

This is the newish AMG Hawker Hart finished as an Irish Air Corps Hawker Hind. The Hind was an improved version of the Hart that featured a more powerful RR Kestrel engine, a tail wheel, and the cut down rear gunners position from the [...]

The Badercane

‘The RAF needs men, not schoolboys.’ Douglas Bader's Commandant had admonished him after he crashed at Woodley Aerodrome in 1931, having tried to roll his Bristol Bulldog at "naught feet." Needless to say, the biplane became [...]

Tempest II in an extra large Teapot

The kit The Tempest II kit which I purchased is the Hi-Tech version which contains various resin and photo-etch parts plus the original plastic. There is a lot to unpack in this kit as there are well over 300 parts in a grey plastic on [...]

1/48 Hawker Tempest

Done. Eduard Hawker Tempest MkV fkown by Wg Cdr Ronald Beamont DSO, DFC and Bar. Commander of No 150 Wing, Newchurch, UK. Loved this build, especially the cockpit and colour scheme. 👍 Thanks for looking. 😊