Fellow modellers . Upon Returning from a 4 month work project I found myself building Or restarting 4 Lockheed plane models at once ! A curious thing ! this is perhaps owing to the fact that some Models kits that are under way get put aside unt[...]
Quick review here. My father trained bomber pilots during WWII in Beaufort, S.C. I asked him why the noses on his PV-1s looked different. He explained the radar units were in short supply and couldn't be wasted on training aircraft. So the[...]
I took a break from stringing biplanes to build this wonderful kit, Revell's PV-1 Ventura. The kit was marked "Korea 2011" and went together like a dream. All the seams had a nice tight fit, so very little bodywork was needed. I built the kit[...]
I have recently completed this 1/48 Revell Ventura Mk II.
The kit went together fairly well and the only problem areas I found were the weak rear wheel strut (reinforced mine), the very minute contact areas for the bomb bay doors if open (closed[...]
This is my last kits. But i did at first time undersize
My Ventura from battle with my friend , I decided for RCAF Ventura of NO.149 Squadron ,British Columbia. Here are some fotos ,model is almost done :) some parts still missing like bombs, and windows in cabin. At finall i decided to change guns f[...]
My last build from "Holiday Battle" with my friend. Very nice kit, this is only oob, only masks and seat belts from Eduard.
No.487 Squadron, Royal New Zealand Air Force Methwold, England, May 1943
Here’s a few not so great photos of Revell’s 1/48th scale Ventura Mk. II which I completed on Christmas Eve 2017, my final build of the year. It’s a great kit and fun to construct, but it does take up a lot of shelf space and looks like a beach[...]
Finished this kit couple of months ago and don't know why I hadn't posted it. Spent some time looking for a P-40M kit, Mauve is belly up, and the Eduard and Hasegawa versions seem to be out of production right now. Pretty sure both Eduard and th[...]