This is the Trumpeter kit in 1/72, a very good one. This T-28 is the late version and saw action in the first months of 'Operation Barbarossa'.
For Christmas of 2003, I found a gentleman at a local airport who owned a T-28, one of the primary trainers my dad had flown earning his wings. I offered to pay him to take my dad up for a flight in his plane, but he agreed to do it and refused [...]
This is Heller's T-28 Fennec, done as a US Navy T-28B, training aircraft. had to remove the pylon mounts under the wings and a scoop on top of the forward fuselage. The decals area mish mash of spares, replicating an A/C from VT-3. Didn't add en[...]
I haven't had a chance to do much modelling this year, work has been stupidly busy - we just had the 2018 Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast and trains were running 24/7 during the period (I work for Queensland Rail as traincrew), also I'm pre[...]
I don't know which version Monogram did first, the A or B, but I completed the B, before I came upon this one. The only difference I can see is the cowl and the two bladed prop. Boxing in the wheel wells took as much time as building the res[...]
Another video kit review from BlackSheep0ne on YouTube, this time scrutinizing the 1/48 scale Roden T-28B Trojan.