Built from the old Monogram 1/48 C-47 Skytrain kit as "Mini Whiskey 7" The real "Whiskey 7" is a D-Day surviving aircraft owned and operated by the National Warplane Museum in Geneseo NY. I was fortunate enough to be able to take a flight on "[...]
Pretty much stock out of the box. Had to reshape side window opening and replace drip rail. Kit was way off. Used airbrushed automotive lacquer PPG EV2 "Hemi Orange" paint. Three coats of Testors Clear Coat Lacquer. Wet sanded with 2,000 g[...]
The Revell/Monogram cockpit is badly researched, so due to this factI chose the Pavla aftermarket resin cockpit . An overall re-scribing was needed because the kit came from 1986 and doesn’t include any engraving. It was very easy to handle this[...]
This is my first hot rod model. Monogram 32 Ford three window. Built box stock except for the brake lights. The carpet monster eat one of the kit lights. Of course I found it right after I finished the model.
The paint is Rust-Oleum brown and T[...]
Hello, this is my first post on I-modeler.
I have just finished to assemble the “classic” P-36A Monogram kit in 1/72. Despite its age (half a century), it is a very nice kit and I decided to complete it OOB, without trying to re-scribe it.
Happy Holidays iModelers! Here is the family portrait of my Monogram kits, many of the originals were added this year, including the DO-335, B-29, B-25H, P-39 and Typhoon, the Typhoon I just added today, still in the cello wrap! On to the Phan[...]
This model is not mine. I acquired this model after my good friend, Darrell Cochran, passed away suddenly in 2010. After his passing, his wife asked those of us in the model club if we would assist her in inventorying Darrell's collection. It w[...]
This one was completed a couple of years ago. This is the Encore re-box of the Academy kit, with additional resin. There were a total of 2 complete kits in the box.
Hello, i'm new to this site and i would just like to send my greetings to everyone and show some of my models.
Here's my favorite Monogram kit of all time, the 1/48 P-51B. Over the years I must have built at least six of these (with another 5 in the stash). It is the original mold kit, not the Pro-Modeler re do that came later.
It was built pretty much[...]