Adding to my continually growing Spitfire collection (I may have a problem), here’s my tenth completed kit for this year, the AZ Model 1/72 Spitfire Mk. VII. This is a pretty good kit. It has good detail and good fit.
I decided to try a figur[...]
Here’s my old school version of the old school Heller 1/72 Spitfire I. I bought this kit for a buck at a contest last summer and since it wasn’t even close to modern kit standards, I decided to build it like I did when I was a kid: out of the bo[...]
Hello fellow modellers.
Here I'm ageing with yet another spitfire.
This time I had a go on the Eduard kit and just say, loved it. I have acquired the profipack edition which means that it comes loaded with photoeych and masks for your canopy.
Here is my Airfix Spitfire MkIa.
I built the model straight from the box, only adding Eduard coloured photo etched seat belts
This is a really nice kit. Detail is good and fit is great.
I mixed my own camouflage shades from Tamiya paints.
Hello, this is my first post on iModeler.
I want to share with you one of my 2019 builds : an Eduard's Spitfire Mk IX Profipack in 1/72nd scale.
A pleasure to build, really nice little model, like almost every Eduard's most recent productions.
I spent a great day at the Spirit of St. Louis air show in Chesterfield, Missouri yesterday. The Red Arrows put on a great show. They’re about half way through their North American tour. Make a point to see them. The Spitfire in formation with [...]
I built a lot of models up to my teens, then abandoned the hobby for years. With my recent retirement, I've built a couple and hope to build a lot more. This is my first one (after a special car model I built as a present for my[...]
I know, I know, but I just can't stop building Spitfires, and it's another one in the headlines from my side – a new Airfix FR Mk.XIV. I was waiting for this kit to appear in my local hobby shop, and here is the result. Spitfires are my most fre[...]
This aircraft was flown by Pilot Officer Robert W. "Buck" McNair D.S.O., D.F.C (2 Bars)(RCAF). No. 249 (Gold Coast) Sqn. at Ta' Qali, Malta, Mar. 1942.
This is the newest Airfix boxing with all the issues that everyone else has posted about: f[...]
This is my second crack at the new Airfix kit. This one represents an Indian Air Force example assigned to the training center at Ambala, India in 1945. The internet is full of excellent reference photos for these low back Griffon engined Sp[...]