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  1. Plusmodel Aero Line Series 1:72 C-47 racks for drop container #AL7046 Introduction This small review presents us with a very original enhancement to any 1:72 scale C-47. A set with six parapacks attachable to the C-47 under fuselage. When I received this set for review, I was not aware of this accessory existed for C-47, and after a bit of investigation, this is what I found: Each airplane could mount up to six of this container in each flight, which contained useful supplies for military or partisan ground forces, under t
  2. Plusmodel 1:72 Propeller for C-118 / DC-6 #AL7032 Introduction This recent release from Plusmodel was designed to replace / improve the propellers for 1:72 scale C-118 / DC-6B. The only model available is Heller’s. Being the only game in town for this elegant airplane, this set is a must improvement comparing the model’s original offering. What’s on the box Inside the clear blister there is 20 resin objects composing: 3 sets with four propellers 4 propeller hubs 4 Spinners This set, allows to rep
  3. Hello, I would like to show a completed model , finished last year. It's a Fujimi's 1:72 EA-6A Intruder. This model was one of my "shelf Queen" , has had sit on my workbench for about a decade. It turn out a decent model with a fine engraved detail and ok cockpit detail. The ejection seats were replaced by a resin aftermarket. For painting i used AK RC colours and Gunze. Thanks for watching! best regards from Portugal Ricardo Veríssimo
  4. Plusmodel Aero Line Series 1:72 C-119 Boxcar Wheels - Early #AL7039 Introduction This small review presents us with an easy enhancement to 1:72 scale C-119 Also, this set has a new layout, presented in a clear bag. What’s on the box bag In the clear bag, the content is visible for inspection, 10 light grey resin parts and a small vinyl type white paint mask. Set detail is very crisp and it will upgrade the detail, comparing with the Kit’s plastic wheels.
  5. Plusmodel Aero Line Series 1:72 C-47 Skytrain wheels without cover #AL7045 Introduction This small review presents us with an easy enhancement to 1:72 scale C-47. Also, this set has a new layout, presented in a clear bag. What’s on the box bag In the clear bag, the content is visible for inspection, 3 light grey resin parts and a small vinyl type white paint mask Set detail is very crisp and it will show in the finished model, as the C-47 has a unique landing gear, allowing the wheels to contrast. The main wheels
  6. 1:72 Babibi Model Decals A-400 M ($22) C-160 Transall ($16) Babibi Model is a new name for me I discovered when I was looking for decals for my current project, A-400M Grizzly, which I find myself doing for Scale Aircraft Modeling. I had never seen and found any reviews regarding the quality of the decals, even so, I decided to order the A400 sheet, having the surprise that the brand new Babibi Model decal sheet, C-160 D Transall for Revell kit, was in the same envelope. Here we will analyze
  7. While at the Old Dominion Open IPMS Richmond, VA show I was asked (challenged actually) to do a P47 build as a group with several members of our local IPMS club. The challenge was to finish the build in 30 days. If I can find an inexpensive kit at the show I'm in. Soon after COVID19 hit so I'm also calling this my COVID19 build. It's complete, I'm going to periodically post WIP pictures. I'll keep you all guessing, till the end, if I actually finished in 30 days. 30 minutes later I found this gem for USD$5. My scheme will be a RAF Thunderbolt Mk.II SEAC. Part
  8. Hello All, This is mt first WIP thread here. I did submit my completed WnW SE.5a in the early days of LSM, but I'm afraid since then I've been mainly modelling 1:72. Anyway, this project was started recently, and featured on Quitmodeller until recently...that's another story I guess. This is the story so far. I thought starting a build thread would motivate me to at least get on with the preliminary research, but more on that later... Usual Tamiya quality, looks like little or no filler will be needed, which is a good job in this case... I also went for the simple Eduard etch set
  9. So after a bit of hassle with the wheel covers and alignment(still don't think it's 100%, but not much scope for adjustment)I'm calling this one finished. It's built OOB apart from Eduard belts, acetate gunsight and Techmod decals. Not a bad kit considering its age, but there were some issues with the canopy framing being poorly defined, particularly the rear section which is pretty much DIY. Anyway, here are some pics: Supermarine Spitfire Mk. IXc, 306 (Polish) Squadron, F/Lt Jozef Zulikowski, RAF Northolt 1942.
  10. I never learn. Building two kits at once takes at least three times as long as building them one at a time, but whatever; the Mosquito is more of an experiment, right? I wanted a grey/green Spitfire to go with my Mk.1, and since I've been a bit Beaufighter curious for a while, when I saw this I thought it would be rude not to get it: I believe the Spitfire dates from the '90's, and comprised relatively few parts, and pretty sparse interior detail. This won't be much of a problem with a closed canopy though: With the exception of some seatbelts, this will be OOB (really this time), alth
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