Just finished this beautiful and one of my favorites airplanes, the famous Intruder in KD version; had to fill some gaps but was a fun build.
This KD-6 kit by Italeri is highly recommended
Enjoy the pictures.
Fujimi "Sunday Punchers" Boxing of their wide range of A-6's in 1/72. Straight from the box with kit decals, which weren't the best (as usual with Fujimi) and were very thick and difficult to comform to compound surfaces.
A-6E of VA-115 (Eagles), Atsugi Naval Air Station, 1996.
I saw the movie, Flight of the Intruder, in 1991 and I was immediately hooked on the A-6. Yeah, it was a cheesy movie with over the top lines but the real history underlining the movie i[...]
This is my first finished build of the new year :); completed on Sunday, Jan.1, it was started in mid-July 2013! At some point, it was relegated to a safe spot and more or less abandoned. I would dust her off from time to time, always thinking[...]
This is my last jet aircraft build I amgoingto make. It seems that I have better luck with WWII aircraft
Fujimi 1/72 Intruder tanker, used kit decals for VA-75, a sometime stablemate of VF-31, on Saratoga with CVW-3.
It needed a lot of filler around the intakes. Two glaring mistakes I made was the off kiltered
refueling probe.and the loose BN's se[...]
want to share with you my latest build, an A-6E TRAM Intruder from Hobby Boss. To get more detail into it, I added some Eduard PE-Sets.
Hope you like it!
Hi there again,
I want you to show another model of my growing collection. This time it’s the Italeri A-6E kit in 1:72. It took me about 3 weeks to finish this beautiful kit. With the exception of those 2 bang seats all extra parts are self-ma[...]
Amongst my favourite modelling themes is US Navy aviation during its grey and white period and those colourful squadron markings. So I'd like to start my US Navy theme with the Grumman A-6A Intruder.
I had long looked at Hobbyboss's 48th scale [...]
Always loved the Intruders and served aboard the Kittyhawk while this squadron was onboard who knows i could very well have directed this particular aircraft after a landing Brings back so many memories