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Heller 1/72 J-29 Tunnan

I love all of the Swedish jets, and decided to start my Swedish collection with the Tunnan. The original kit in my stash was a Matchbox kit, but when I opened it and saw how toy-like it was, I tossed it and found a Heller kit on ebay. The [...]

Nordic Cowboy...1/48 Noorduyn Sk16A (Harvard Mk.IIB), Svenska Flygvapnet

So, here´s my dad´s fourth and last Texan for this year. Italeri Harvard boxing, the molding is worse than the previous Italeri T-6G boxing. Canopy parts had fit problems, cockpit sidewalls were molded in different thickness, landing [...]

HaseDraken

Here’s my Hasegawa Saab J-35 Draken. I’ve always liked the lines of this aircraft ever since I found and built the old Revell kit when I was a kid. A typically nice Hasegawa kit and because of the design of the aircraft, a pretty easy [...]

Review: J 29F "Fliegende Tonne", Pilot Replicas, 1/48

While having some momentum I thought I´d give you the second review of Pilot Replicas J 29 in 1/48. This second boxing of Pilot Replicas´ J 29F in 1/48 scale comes strictly with Austrian markings. “Fliegende Tonne” simply means [...]

Review: J 29F Tunnan, Pilot Replicas, 1/48

As things are moving along at the Swedish model kit manufacturer Pilot Replicas, I thought I´d give you a review of what have been released so far. Hopefully I can come back with a few bits and pieces along the way, as PR is far from done [...]

Saab J 29B Tunnan S/N 29475 - UN Squ. No. 22 (Sweden) - Congo - 1961/1963

Dear Imodelers, Please find my latest model, a Saab Tunnan from Hobby Boss. Initially, I was thinking of making a classic aluminum version. But Hobby Boss also offers a camouflaged version, to say the least, new, with UN roundels (squares [...]

08 Open goes virtual

IPMS Stockholm decided to cancel the annual show in April due to the covid-19 situation just to make a virtual dito instead. Please enjoy the contributions, tons of inspiration for coming builds: (link)

C4 Open 2018, Malmö, Sweden

Once again, Scandinavia’s friendliest model show opened its gates today.

Airing some full scale stuff at Arsenalen museum…again

Yesterday was a mid-season drive day for some of Arsenalen´s rolling collection. Although it was raining in the morning and then again in the afternoon there was quite a bunch of visitors. In the afternoon some chose to go home to watch [...]

Stridsvagn m/21-29

May I present to you the oldest drive-able German made tank in the world. Fresh out of the Arsenalen workshops this m/21-29 is now officially rolling under its own steam. Sweden bought a number of German made LK II in 1921. The story is [...]