Lifelike Decals used to create a famous-for-being-photographed Spitfire XVIe.
Victory Productions decals used to create Clive Caldwell's first Spitfire VIII.
Without a doubt, the Tamiya Spitfires are "definitive." Personally, I prefer the "Hasegawa style" of model production, since 95% of modelers aren't really all that interested in opening up their models. If the kit came with a "solid fuselage" [...]
This is the Greymatter conversion to do the Spitfire Vb on floats, using the Hasegawa kit. It definitely looks like a Schneider Cup racer.
Another Greymatter conversions (ex-Wolfpack) set. Start with a Hasegawa 1/32 Spitfire V kit, hack off nose, upper rear fusealge, tail, modify the wings, add on Greymatter cowling, tail, wings, radiators, and spinner/prop. No decals per se out [...]
Since the Spitfire XIV was such a success, here come some more 1/32 Griffon Spitfires.
First up, the Revell Spitfire 24. Out of the box, this kit lacks all sorts of things: accurate cowling, accurate prop, acurate canopy, accurate radiators[...]
The Pacific Coast Models Spitfire XIV. The only accurate Spitfire XIV model currently available.
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This is the Airfix kit (reboxed by Eduard) with Aires engine set and cockpit set. I also used Eduard´s flaps and Quickboost´s cannon barrels. The canopy from a kit was too thick and scratched so I replaced it by new one from Falco[...]
Since I am starting my last ("Kościuszko") Polish Fighter Squadron aircraft, the Ansaldo, I figured I would post a few of my past models. I have completed two MIG 29 versions,single and two seat. I have also completed a Albatross from 1918, a Hu[...]
This is my recenly built Airfix Mk I kit witht the 3-D conversion kit to make a MK II. (the subsequent Airfix release gives you the Coffman starter bulge to build a Mk II as well). A very nice kit to build some may say the panel lines are too de[...]