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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[...]

Modelsvit 1/48 P-51H Mustang – First Look

So, I got an e-mail from my friend Scott Zuiback over at "rebelalpha" on eBay that his Modelsvit shipment had arrived, so I hot-footed it over to the store and picked this puppy up. For those of you who do business with Scott, he's already sold [...]

Modelsvit 1/48 Curtiss XP-55 “Ascender”

HISTORY The Curtiss XP-55 Ascender was a response to Circular Proposal R-40C, issued on November 27, 1939, which called for a fighter more effective than any currently operational - with a superior top speed, rate of climb, maneuverability, arm[...]

New kit news – Modelsvit 1/48 Curtiss XP-55 Ascender

Modelsvit of Ukraine mark their first foray into 1/48 US aviation subjects. Their newest kit is the unique 1/48 Curtiss XP-55 Ascender's ( kit no. # 4808). It is now in production, and comes complete with 6 injection-moulded sprues, PE sheet ([...]

Tupolev-22KDP, 1/72, Modelsvit

Hello, colleagues! Let me show you my latest model. The main improvement in the model was mechanization. I broke my brain with her. The flaps were a lot harder than I had imagined. It didn't turn out to be 100% right, something I would have don[...]

Dassault Mirage 4000

Mirage 4000 first flew in March 1979, just a year after it’s smaller brother Mirage 2000. And while the latter became a backbone of French Air Force fighter force and a highly successful export product, the 4000 failed to reach any sales – in Fr[...]

Azerbaijani Su-17M3 ‘Fitter-H’

Hi everyone! Here's my latest finished project, the Modelsvit 1:72 Su-17M3 built in the interesting splinter camo of Azerbaijani Air Force. ukhoi Su-17 series developed from the fixed wing Su-7 – the latter having poor low speed handling and t[...]
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