The Meteor Database at iModeler
Gloster F 8 Meteor, A77-875, Meteorites, 75 Sqn RAAF Williamtown NSW 1956.
1/72 Xtrakit, my third Meteor, with Pavla MB1 seat, finished in Humbrol enamel 11, 19, Tamiya X14 and details in Model Master metalizers with Red Roo decals and Future.
New Airfix 1/48 Meteor F. Mk.8!
New announcement from Airfix: 1/48 Meteor F. Mk.8 in 1/48! (link)
Xtrakit 1/72 Gloster Meteor F.8 Amongst my all-time favourite aircraft are several 50's jets – including the F-86, Hawker Hunter and Gloster Meteor. Xtrakit's 1/72 Meteor kit was a re-boxed MPM tooling, and looked great in the box with [...]
Tamiya 1/48 Gloster Meteor F.3
First, I'd like to say a big thank you to my good friend Craig for posting this for me. For some reason, despite Martin's determined efforts to solve the problem, I'm currently unable to post new articles. Anyway, as you can see, it's a [...]
1/32 HK/Fisher Models Gloster Meteor F8, RAAF.
Here are photos of my 1/32 Gloster Meteor F.8 as flown by Pilot Officer Geoff Collins, 77Sqn RAAF, Kimpo Korea, 1952 during the Korean War. For some history and info about Geoff, have a look at this link. (link) The model: HK Meteor F.4, [...]
Gloster Meteor III by Tamiya (1/48 scale)
My Meteor represents the first of this type to fly in Australia. Serial was originally EE427 but changed to A77-1 by the RAAF Intended for familiarisation & trials, it survived from June 1946 to February 1947 when it was somewhat [...]
Classic Airframes 1/48 Meteor T.7
After three years of operating the Meteor, it was becoming obvious that there was a need for a trainer, so that new jet pilots could have the opportunity of learning more about their mounts before being turned loose on their own. This had [...]
Gloster Meteor N.F.11 and N.F.14
Here are the Classic Airframes Gloster Meteor N.F.11, limited-run injection-molded kit, and the Aeroclub Meteor N.F.14, multi-media vacuform. Both 1/48, the N.F.11 built in 2004 and the N.F.14 in 2002. Following the conclusion of the [...]
Revell (X MPM) Meteor F4
Hi All, Another oldie i built this last year its the Revell (X MPM) Meteor F4 or as we brits call it The Meat Box. Not a bad kit, nice surface detail the cockpit isn't great but a perfect candidate for fitting the Eduard Zoom Etch which i [...]
H-K Models Meteor F.4 EE549 flown by AVM Sir J.M. Robb
Meteor EE549: The first major change in the Gloster Meteor came with the Meteor F.4, which went into production in 1946, after the first F.4 prototype flew on May 17, 1945. The major change with the F.4 was the use of Rolls-Royce Derwent 5 [...]