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  1. For the Telford Mirage SIG this year I will build an Israeli Mirage IIIC with Atar9C engine. It will wear the colorful yellow triangles and 12 killmarks. There are several goodies I have bought for the build: Isracast/ Isradecals: - Shahak-Book - Shahak-Decals - Atar9C-Conversion - MB Mk4-Bangseat - Shafrir2-Missles Eduard: - Wheels - Interior Set - Exterior Set - Seatbelts - Masks Master: - Pitot Matterhorn Circle: - Atar9C-Exhaust AK: - Colors
  2. Hi folks!! Well its the first day of 2021 and we already have a few great news of upcoming releases!! We could use this topic for post all news that will appear this yes... But for now we already got announced for this year 1:32 P-40B from Great Wall Hobby 1:35 (YES, 1:35) - Bf-109 G-6 from Border Models 1:35 (YES , 1:35) - JU-87G also from Border Models. Also saw on Revell newsletter that they are reissuing the 1:32 Gloster Gladiator (ICM models). A very good start!!
  3. Here's the latest model off the bench - Italeri's 1/32nd F-35A Lightning II. This was built out of the box, with the exception of Eduard's seat belt and cockpit set. The kit itself goes together really well, with the only filler being needed on the fuselage to wing join which wasn't the best. There's lots of nicely moulded detail in the landing gear and weapons bays, which with some careful painting comes up well. The most time consuming part of the build was the painting process - it took hours, and hours, and hours, and hours... you get the idea... of masking the RAM panels. I wen
  4. Ok, so Martin and I have been talking about Starfighters lately. That sort of pushed this to the front of the queue on my end of what I wanted to start next. I won't be getting too crazy with the build as far as AM goes: There's a resin burner can, wheels and PE bits for the IP and seats. For markings, I'm using the Canuck Models decal sheet There's only one problem. There aren't enough markings in the set for a complete plane. I'm going to have to splice something together once I get that far in the build. Onto the subject I want to build. Origin
  5. Italeri 1/32 F-104G/S Starfighter Art.No 2502 Finally a new Large Scale Starfighter kit!!! Introduction (mostly courtesy Wikipedia) The Lockheed F-104 Starfighter is a single-engine, high-performance, supersonic fighter aircraft originally developed for the United States Air Force (USAF) by Lockheed. One of the Century Series of aircraft, it was operated by the air forces of more than a dozen nations from 1958 to 2004. Clarence "Kelly" Johnson, the chief engineer at Lockheed's Skunk Works, visited Korea in December 1951 and spoke with fighter pilots about what sort of
  6. Hi all this is my first build on here so I thought I'd bring some armour to the party Italeri's 1/35 Tiger 1 I'm planning to do a Normandy or Italy tiger to go with a Sherman firefly I have to build
  7. Great news on the jet-front: http://www.italeri.com/news_scheda.asp?idNews=643 http://www.italeri.com/imgup/Preview%20Italeri%202016%281%29.pdf
  8. Eduard/Brassin 632 046 F-104G/S wheels for 1/32 Italeri kit Available from many online-stores or direct from Eduard for €11,25 With the arrival on the scene of the Lockheed F-104G Starfighter, a wider main wheel was designed as the F-104G was from the outset meant to be not only a point-defence interceptor but also a ground-attack aircraft. As can be understood, extra fuel tanks and air-to-ground weaponry put a larger strain on the landing gear than a clean configuration with two Sidewinders or with only tiptanks and Sidewinders. Did the earlier F-104A and F-104C have closed wheel h
  9. 1:48 Westland Wessex HAS.1 Italeri Catalogue # 2744 Available from Hannants for £29.99 The Wessex helicopter was built by Westland Aircraft under licence from Sikorsky, being a development of their S-58. Where the Wessex varied though was with its engine installation. Instead of the standard piston engine used on the Sikorsky, Westland modified the Wessex to incorporate two Rolls Royce Gnome turboshaft engines. After first flights on the prototype in 1958, the Wessex was commissioned for service in 1961 and was remained in production up until 1970. It was eventually withdrawn f
  10. Hi all, While going through the storage I stumbled on a stalled build. Started 8 years ago. Time to finish it! It's the Italeri Semovente with Friul tracks, Eduard PE, Black Dog stowage set and a metal / brass barrel. And the best walk around you can think of is this video: (Tip: turn of sound)
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