VF-84 Jolly Rogers during their 1965 VN tour. Backdated to an early bird, no ECM antennas and un-slotted stabilators. Several details from scratch but I also used photoetched sets, resin weapons, TERs, wheels, afterburner cans, ejection seats an[...]
Here goes my last project, entering the "phabulous" Phantom World. I've chosen the Academy kit because I've read some good reviews about it. But, I must say it wasn't a flawless building. I've encountered a few issues like a step betwee[...]
The Navy converted a number of F-4N's into drones, Utilizing them not just as targets but also to test new equipment and weapons. Capable to fly with a pilot or NOLO, no live operator. At the end of it's useful life, about 5,000 hours it would t[...]
Here's the first finished model in my F-4 long-term project. I used the Italeri F-4 E/F/G kit, as it has been recommended as one of the better kits for depicting the wing slats and slotted stabs of later-variant E's.
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Again very old mold from Italeri, Phantom F-4G WW in 1/72, finished last year.
Even very old, i must admit that i enjoyed building it very much. OOB except some added details in cockpit, and used some of weapons from Hasegawa. Colors V[...]
Airfix 1/72 build out of box. Decals are from xtradecals.
First of this project. It began in February, this one was finished this past weekend. I´m depicting a training load while land based.
Resin accesories: bombs, AIM-9L, MERs, wheels, jet exhausts, wheels, seats and mirrors.
Photoetched items for c[...]
The box art says that this model is made by "Italeri" and its' in 1/24th scale. All the parts were 99% free of flashing and sink marks. This car was built almost "o.o.b." just like so many of my other models. I added some wires to the engine an[...]
First place National Model Contest in Mexico 2017
Greeting, iModelers. A week ago I road tripped down to McMinnville, Oregon with some friends to see the air and space museum. There is a modest but nevertheless impressive collection there of aircraft across the history of flight, from a 1:1 mod[...]