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1/72 Modelsvit Beriev Be-12PS

This is the Modelsvit Beriev Be-12PS built straight from the box with one of the decal options that come with it. It is not an easy build, as any Modelsvit large plane is. However the subject for me is a very interesting aircraft, that only the [...]

Curtiss XP-55 – 1/48 Modelsvit

Another one completed for the shelf, this time another popular kit from Modelsvit, the Curtiss P-55 Ascender. This plan is unique for a number of reasons, but most obvious is its swept wing profile and its rear facing pusher prop. I can't sa[...]

Modelsvit 1/48 P-51H/F-51H

The P-51H/F-51H was the last of the single seat ponies built by NAA. It was made in kit form for 1/48 scale in 1999-2000 by HiPM (best forgotten) and Classic Airframes (not the easiest build.) It wasn't till Dec 2019 when Modelsvit released t[...]

North American P-51H – Modelsvit 1/48

As an addition to Eric's recent post and lovely California ANG built P-51H, I'd like to finally share my Texas ANG P-51H, built completely OOB, with exception of the use of Eduard belts. I began this build back in Oct/Nov, and had at the tim[...]

Modelsvit 1:48 P-51H ANG

The P-51H was the last and a completely different version of the Mustang, redesigned in an effort to reduce weight and increase speed. Tom Cleaver built this Modelsvit kit back in January and has the P-51H’s history down plus some good construct[...]

1/48 Modelsvit Bf-109D-1

HISTORY Developed from the V10 and V13 prototypes,the Bf-109D was the last model of the Jumo-powered 109s to enter service and it was built in larger numbers than the previous three subtypes combined. The Bf 109D was the standard version of the[...]

Tooth correction with a difference: a biting Bf 109D!

The Bf 109 is with about 33,000 examples one of the most built aircraft in aviation history, so it is not surprising that the design has been produced in numerous variants. The best known are the series which, starting with the E-version, came i[...]

Rear end first! The XP-55 “Ascender”, Curtiss daring flying wing project!

There are types of aircraft whose construction deviates so much from the usual that one hardly wants to believe in their ability to fly. The XP-55 "Ascender" undoubtedly belongs to this spectrum, whereby the "X" in its name already refers to its[...]

Not another Mustang! Or:”That’s a Mustang … isn’t it?”

"This is a mustang or?" Strange that such a question arises with such a well-known aircraft icon as the P-51 Mustang! But this particular P-51 actually gives reason to ponder: as familiar as the contours may seem at first glance, a closer look r[...]

Modelsvit’s P-51H Mustang

History: The original Allison-powered Mustang was a lightweight fighter with excellent handling capability. Pilots I know who have had the opportunity to fly these early Mustangs and compare them with the later Merlin-powered P-51B and P-51D un[...]
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