Hope you all are alright and safe during this difficult period. I’ve been working from home for 7 weeks now, just a little touch of cabin fever - cured with a daily cold beer and some modeling!
Here is my attempt at Hasegawa’s[...]
My second Veltro (Greyhound), in the service of the Aeronautica Nanzionale Repubblica and flown by Ten. Sergio Mazzerelli. 3ª Squadriglia, 1° Gruppo, Campoformido (Udine), Italy, Apr.-Aug. 1944
This is a reboxing of the Hasegawa kit with more d[...]
The aircraft is from 360ª Squadriglia, (155° Gruppo, 51° Stormo), Monserrato Airfield in Sardinia, summer of '43. As usual, being a Hasegawa kit the build went smoothly up to the installation of the main landing gear. The square mounting pegs on[...]
Kit was built from the box except for a extra decals for:
Macchi C 205 V , Royal Egyptian Air Force,Winter 1948 .
Arab ;Izraeli war .
This is my latest piece. This Veltro is a late war co-belligerent forces fighter from early 1945 serving with south Italy allied movement
Something a little different tonite. We have Hasegawa's excellent Veltro in 48th scale. When I first started to plan on this particular project, my biggest dilemma was what scheme to replicate. Thinking this may be the only Veltro I may ev[...]
Since I'm showing off my Luftwaffe stuff now, here is a cool one..This is the Hasegawa Macchi C.205 Veltro of JG77. This kit was built straight from the box. I was able to acquire the Mike Grant "Smoke Ring" decals to do this one. My airbrush i[...]
I build this kit last year, it's a Machi C.205 Veltro converted into a Macchi C.202 Folgore.
In my younger years (late '80's last century) I had build the 1:48 Tauro Models, Macchi C.202 Folgore and still have that plane. Everytime a looked at [...]
Typical clean Hasegawa build. Another aircraft that benefited from the development of the DB 601/5 series of engines.