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A6 intruder, clean-up and repair

Built this A6 by Italeri a LOT of years ago. So i thought i would take some time to give it a good clean up and repair. Originally, it was sprayed only with "rattle-can" in (i think) Humbrol Primer grey, and a standard automotive white. All oth[...]

General Dynamics F 16A, 81-0679 / 6 Thunderbirds aerobatic team, USAF, Nellis AFB 1990,

1/72 Hasegawa with Italeri VS, built 2009 to 2010, finished in C212 and Humbrol enamels with Future over Italeri decals, flown by Capt Mike "Mo" Beale / solo.

1/72 Italeri Swiss Airforce Hawk MK 66

My original plan was to build this kit to depict a Red Arrows aircraft. Somehow I lost the plot and ended up using the kit decals depicting a Swiss Airforce aircraft. I liked the red and white paint scheme set off with the Swiss cross markings. [...]

F/A-18E Superhornet, VFA-31, Final Felix, Italeri 1/72.

This is the last of post WW 2 Felix rides, I hadn't really planned on doing it,not being a fan of the F/A-18, but when I saw the Two Bob decal sheet I changed my mind, I opted for the Italeri kit, being the cheapest that I could find, Our hob[...]

Hard to believe – and yet true: The Waco CG-4, one of the most built aircraft in history!

The Waco CG-4 cargo glider Looking at this plywood and canvas construction, it is hard to imagine the bundle of most remarkable facts associated with this iconic cargo glider. One thing right up front: with over 13 900 produced, the Waco CG-4 i[...]

Douglas C-47 Brazilian AF

Built it for a Brazilian AF pilot,using the Italeri 1/72 kit.

Ab-212asw italeri 1/48

Disguised Aquatic Eyes in the Sky…1/48 Arado Ar196A-3, Handelsstörkreuzer 3 “Widder”

#7/2021 Here´s my dad´s fourth and last seaplane for a while. Italeri kit oob, fit is mostly only mediocre. The gunsight is molded onto the instrument board but was in the way of the windshield. So my dad cut it off and replaced it with a part [...]

Every landing is a crash landing! Airspeed Horsa Mk.I, Operation Tonga, 6. June 1944

Although the Airspeed Horsa is a well-known aircraft and can also claim to be one of the icons of the Allied landings in Normandy on 6 June 1944, I did not realise until this project what a gripping story(s) and most remarkable technology lie be[...]

1/35 Italeri Tiger I

Here’s the Italeri Tiger I E with a ton of extras. I used leftover brass, bits of plastic and wire and unused parts from various other kits. The markings are of Otto Carius’s “213” of pz.abt 503 from Bison Decals. Brian Riedel