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Boeing 281 (P-26) ROC Air Force 1/32 scale Hasegawa

Well the Koppos ROC Air Force has grown again. Yes, it is officially a Boeing 281, the export model P-26, of which the Chinese Government got 10. There were 12 altogether, one crashed in China and the other went to Spain, fate unknown to [...]

P-26 Peashooter

This is the old Hasegawa kit. I picked this up from a friend at a contest last year. I had wanted to do one for a long time. I saw Yellow Wings decals for this model when I was perusing the internet one day and knew I had to do this bird. [...]

1/48 Hobby Craft P-26 Peashooter

Well, sports fans. I’ve finally finished my 1/48 Hobby Craft Boeing P-26 Peashooter. I built it as gift for my wife Kathy and jokingly call it the “Fabergé Easter Egg of Fighter Planes. The late 1930’s and the run up to WWII truly [...]

1/48 Hobby Craft P-26 Peashooter

Work in progress: The Faberge´ "Easter Egg" of Fighter Planes...a gift for my wife. Hobby Craft kit, Yellow Wings decals, Starfighter and Eduard rigging and PE. Paint by Vallejo Air. Kit build and painting went nicely. Decals [...]

Hobbycraft 1/48 P-26

Well, after a small absence due to family things (and a trip to the IPMS Nats), I thought it was time to contribute something. This is Hobbycraft's 1/48 P-26 built many years ago using Aeromaster decals. I have since learned that the [...]

Academy 1/48 P-26A Peashooter

Hello! Fresh model, still sticks to the fingers))) It seems to be simple model, and gathered it since last September. Now I can breathe a sigh of relieved- a done deal )) Everyone enjoy, hope, browsing, and interested - link to the [...]

Golden Age Airplanes at Chino

Here is the Planes of Fame P-26, the only one in the world (of 2) that flies, also the J2F Duck and the Grumman F3F-2, which didn't fly due to an oil cooler problem. Also some fly-bys by the Northop N9M, the only flyable early flying wing [...]

Peashooters of the 17th Pursuit Group

Three Hasegawa 1/32 P-26As, using the Yellow Wings Decals sheets for the 17th Pursuit Group when based at March Field in summer of 1935 shortly after their delivery from the factory. Modelers should note that these P-26As all had the OD [...]