The Yak-9 Database at iModeler

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Yakovlev Yak-9

Quick! What was the most produced Allied fighter...

Quick! What was the most produced Allied fighter of WW2? Since this is an article on Yaks, I guess I gave the answer away already. Yep, Aleksandr Yakovlev's Yak series, about 35,700 being put together by 6 factories. Now 2000 or so were [...]

ICM 1/48th Scale P-51B

Hi All! One may hazard a guess from the Mig-3 and Yak-9 I built from ICM, that all of their kits are, well (I'll be nice) not up to modern standards. That is not true. ICM's twin-stage Merlin Spitfire series was the best on the market [...]

ICM Yak-9T

Hi All! When ICM came onto the market 25 + years ago, there was some excitement. They were releasing a series of Yak fighters. No one had done the Yak series before. But the excitement soon turned to disappointment as the kits lacked [...]

Review: 1/48 Zvezda Yak-9D

The Yakovlev Yak-9 was a development of the robust and successful Yak-7B fighter, which was based in turn on the tandem-seat advanced trainer known as the Yak-7UTI. The Yak-9 entered production in 1942 and began arriving in Soviet fighter [...]

Yakovlev Yak-9P 1/32 scale, scratchbuild

The Yak-9P is a representative of Soviet aviation during the end of World War II, one of the last piston-engined fighters. From its predecessors, the Yakovlev family of aircraft differed in its all-metal design, which is why it was taken [...]

Review: 1/48 scale New tool Yak-9D Zvezda (Video preview)

1/48 Scale kit, WW2 Soviet Fighter Yak-9D by Zvezda Special thanks to Hobby-Pro Makreting Gmbh (Austria) for this review sample. DISCLAIMER: I am NOT! being paid to promote this kit, paints, tools and to make this video! Thanks! Music [...]

Winter Yak-9K Gunship – Ark Models 1/48

Not top kit or building,but finished in the winter camo of Russian ace Ivan Fedorov of 274 IAP.

Yakovlev Yak-9P Hungarian AF 1:48 “Kit Bureaucracy”

Hi All! Another contract work for the emerging "Szolnok collection" 🙂 this time a post war Yakolev 9. These planes were handed over by russians after the occupation when they established the "friendly" Hungarian air [...]


Getting in my last one before 2014 is over, is a project I completed about this time last year: ICM's Yak-9DD, finished in the scheme of the "Warsaw" fighter regiment circa April 1945 and piloted by one A Matveev. In all [...]

Air Show Photos

Here are some photos I took today at the Pacific Coast Dream Machines show in Half Moon Bay, California. This is a great event for the local community as Proceeds benefit the Coastside Adult Day Health Center. I live right down the road [...]