These two models are on complete opposite sides of the spectrum. The X-wing is a late 80’s early 90’s era model, with not the greatest fitting parts. The Y-wing is a Bandai, basically the Ferrari of model companies. The X-Wing was fun to buil[...]
I found a really cool lunchbox on ebay a few months ago and decided to take it a little further by making a little moonbase diorama inside of it. I had one of these as a kid and was really happy to have found it. The Landers, Rovers, Space Stati[...]
OK, going up was all exciting, circling and landing on the moon was also exciting. Going back to Earth was exciting too. Then what? Interesting footage of the US navy frog men at work doing their best to secure the capsule and then make a safe[...]
After watching so many documentaries on the Mercury and Apollo programs a man can possibly take, I kept thinking of those über nerds in similar outfits of white short sleeved shirts and black ties. Who were they, what did they do? Was it only Ne[...]
Humble might be a word describing Neil Armstrong, focused is another.
1- An original Revell 1/48? Chevy stake truck which my uncle gave me way back around 1964, along with others that didn't survive. Some how I could never throw this out. 2- My oldest IMC 1/72 A-4 Skyhawk, which originally was built with the battl[...]