The Pacific Coast Models Channel at iModeler

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1/48 Aeromacchi C.200

Aircraft from 96 Squadriglia, 9 Gruppo, 4 Stormo CT, Alture di Pola, April 1941. This was a Breda built plane as evidenced by Breda's distinctive style of mottling and the small tail cross. This is the Pacific Coast kit with a Vector engine, Ma[...]

Pacific Coast Models Spitfire MkIX Johnny Johnson’s personal markings

This is the PCM 1/32 Spitfire. Lovely kit, a real gem. Maybe not as great as the Tamiya kit, but much cheaper by comparison. You pays your money and takes your chance, as they say. I made this kit when I was having treatment at Combat Stress in [...]

Pacific Coast Models Fw-190A-1/2/3/4

1942 could be called “the year of the Wurger.” While only 224 Fw-190As had been accepted by the Luftwaffe by the end of 1941, 1,878 would be produced at three different factories during 1942, the third being the Fieseler plant at Kassel that be[...]

Pacific Coast Models 1/32 Spitfire Mk IXc

It may not have all the bells and whistles of Tamiya's 1/32 Spitfire IX, but the Pacific Coast Models kit gives you a pretty accurate Mk IX without having to worry about a stratospheric parts count. While in many ways a limited-run kit not for t[...]

PCM Hawker Hurricane Mk1 (Fabric Wing), No1 Sqn JX-C, France 1939…

This is the PCM 1:32 early Hurricane Mk1 in the markings of Flg/Off Paul Richey of No1 Sqn, France 1939. Finally after 18 months of mucking about with this, she's complete! I just couldn't get into modelling for a good while but got inspired aga[...]

PCM 1/32 Reggiane Re.2005

The Reggiane series of fighters - the Re.2000, Re.2001, Re.2002 and Re.2005 - were technically among the best Italian fighters designed during the Second World War. All the aircraft designed and produced were obviously based on the Seversky SEV[...]

Pierre Clostermann

Spitfire Mk. IX; RAF / Free France A.F. Squadron 602 „City of Glasgow“; 1944 Model Kit is a Pacific Coast model in scale 1:32 The enrollment LOD and the roundels on the wings are injected. The templates of the letters were made of www.mc-one.c[...]

Spitfire Mk XIVe in 1/32 scale Pacific Coast Models – by Tony Prince.

There's something appealing about the more muscular shape of the Spit XIV. At the time I built this one PCM had not yet produced their XIV & the only way to get one was to use their Spitfire Mk.IX kit, do some serious surgery & add RB Pr[...]

1/32 PCM C.200 early-production Saetta and C-202 Folgore

Here are two Pacific Coast Models 1/32 Macchis. First is a mid-production C.200 Saetta with "smoke ring" camouflage, flown by Teniente Giuseppe Re of the 85th Squadriglia, 18th Gruppo of 3rd Stormo, based at Abu Haggag in Libya at the time of t[...]

1/32 TA-152H1 Pacific Coast Models

One more drop to Luftwaffe collection... Kurt Tank's masterpiece redesigned version of Fw-190D. Altough PCM kit is a iron nut I am happy to completed reasonable finish. Happy modelling Ozkan
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