Tamiya P47D Bubbletop
Aeromaster Decals "Thunderbolts Over Europe"
Tamiya & Alclad Paints
This is my 1/48 Tamiya P-47 D 22 Thunderbolt (Miss Behave) finished on the markings of 82 nd FS, 78 th FG, 8th AF based at Duxford - England in November 1944
I built it several years ago OOB except for the Eduard seat belts. I've used a mix of [...]
This is 1/48 Tamiya P-47D28 Thunderbolt with the markings of 353 rd FG, 8th AF based at Raydon-England, during the late summer of 1944.
( Rat a Dat was flown by Lt. Ken Gallup )
Cockpit modified by Eduard PE intstrument panel, seat belts and Ta[...]
Here is my recently (and freshly) finished model. This is 1/48 Tamiya P-47 D30 Thunderbolt with the markings of Turkish Air Force (TuAF). The base kit is Tamiya’s P-47 M .
It is built OOB except for Eduard seat belts, instrument panel and Ultra[...]
This is P-47 D2 Thunderbolt with the markings of Zirkus Rosarius.
This special unit of the Luftwaffe, also known as the "Wanderzirkus Rosarius", was in charge of testing captured British and American aircraft which were all repainted in German [...]
Trumpeter's P-47D razorback modified to a P-47C-2 (mostly involved getting the lower two cowling flaps removed and replaced as cowling), done as my friend Steve Pisanos' airplane circa late July/early August 1943. (Thanks to Mike Grant for doin[...]
This is 1/48 Tamiya P-47D15 with the markings of 404th Fighter group, 9th US Air Force in England during June 1944.
This project is to bring back memories of my childhood days (maybe the happiest days of our lives) in the 70s. This Thunderbolt [...]
This kit was pretty much complete as a natural metal SEAC P-47, I just had to install the landing gear, canopy, etc. It was at this point that I notice that the Alcad finish had crazed in several places. Upon closer inspection I discovered that [...]
This is my latest completion, and second Tamiya Thunderbolt. I didn't achieve the transparent look on the grey that I was aiming for, but it will have to do..lol
The only issues I have with the kit are the oversized hub on the Hamilton Standard [...]