This is my Nakajima Ki-27Ko, built as part of "The Empire of Japan 1919-1946" Group Build, hosted here in this site.
The Nakajima Ki-27 (九七式戦闘機, Kyūnana-shiki sentōki, or Type 97 Fighter) was the main fighter aircraft used b[...]
NAKAJIMA Ki-27A Nate Japanese WW2 military aircraft 1/72 scale model.
Technical data: built out of RS Models kit + some photo etched parts.
Building hours: 110
History: The Nakajima Ki-27 (九七式戦闘機 Kyūnana-shiki sentōki, or Type 97 Fighte[...]
Tonight's posting will quite probably be my last "new" article for the year. It follows hot on the heels of my other Ki-27 article that was posted last night.
John Clark inspired me to finish both of these kits up when he posted his excel[...]
Here's one I finished up a few days ago. I finally got around to posting up some photos................ I was inspired to post this plane after looking at the excellent posting by John Clark with his "Nate".
This is a fairly recent edition [...]
This is an early Hasegawa boxing of the Mania Models Ki-27 from about 1977...I think. I put some Eduard details in the cockpit including a seat, belts, and instrument panel but since its so small I really didn't do much more there. The kit can[...]
Hello everyone! I want to introduce you to the latest work - the Japanese fighter Nakajima Ki-27, a member of the military conflict in Khalkhin-Gol. He piloted the aircraft commander of the 1st Squadron of the 11th Regiment Kenji Shimada. Catchy[...]
I built Hasegawa’s 1/48 scale Ki-27 Nate two or three years ago. Despite it’s age, the Hasegawa kit is excellent, and presents very few problems.
This is Hasegawa's release of an old Mania kit from the 70s. It is a very easy kit to construct and fits together well. It comes with decals and canopies for both the Ki-27a and Ki-27b. The Ki-27 served the Japanese Army Air Force from 1939 to t[...]