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First finished build, Airfix FW190 Starter Set plus Xtradecal swastikas finished with humbrol RLM colours and Winson and Newton Matt Varnish 

 

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Airfix Harvard, built as a Canadian Car & Foundry Harvard IV - in German Air Force livery.

 

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Heller Texan, built as a Canadian Car & Foundry Harvard IV - in German Air Force livery.

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                                    Lockheed L-1049H Constellation CF-NAJ of Nordair Canada 1960s to 1970's. 

Revell 2012 tooling kit to 1/144th, Decals by Whiskey Jack. Appliance white top sides and AK metallic paint for the rest.

 

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High planes 1/72 Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation CA-25 Winjeel

34 Squadron RAAF

 

 

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Brewster F2A.3 Buffalo , BuNo 1553 , CAPT William C. Humberd , VMF-221 , Midway, June 1942
Special Hobby 1/72
 
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Airfix Swordfish, completed as Mk I 815NAS, RN FAA Taranto.

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with rigging

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Airfix Fokker Eindecker EII in 1/72 Scale.

 

Built OOB - Handpainted in acrylic paints, most notably Citadel "Bleached Bone" for the linen with EZ Line for the rigging.

 

Build Here

 

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Thanks for looking in,

 

IanJ

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Vought Corsair MkII 1842 Squadron FAA,  HMS Formidable, Operation Goodwood, August 1944. 

 

Airfix 1:72, mainly OOB, cockpit interior scratch built, and outer wings have rivets removed and rib tapes added from plastic strip. Painted with Xtracrylix and transfers from the Airfix boxing. 

 

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Well it looks like mine is the first AFV to make it to the Gallery! :thumbsup:

 

Dragon 1/72 M4A1(76)W VVSS

2nd Armoured Regiment - Polish 1st Armoured Division - Holland 1944

The M4 Sherman was the most numerous medium tank used by the United States and some of the other Western Allies in World War II. It was found to be generally reliable, relatively cheap to produce and available in great numbers. Thousands were distributed through the Lend-Lease program to the British Commonwealth and Soviet Union. It was named after the American Civil War General William Tecumseh Sherman.

The M4A1(76)W VVSS Sherman was fitted with the Continental Wright R975 Whirlwind 9 cylinder radial gasoline engine.

The WIP can be found here.

The RFI can be found here.

 

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The last three photos were taken on a base I made using a Wilkos picture frame as a starting point.

 

Kind regards,

 

Stix

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Hasegawa Corsair. From HMS Arbiter. 1:72. Out of the box apart from Eduard seat belts. Xtracrylix Gloss Sea Blue brush painted. 

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Build thred here. 

 

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Airfix (1963 Mould) C-47 Douglas Dakota

A65-48 , 36 Squadron RAAF - 1944

 

 

 

 

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Special Hobby 1/72nd Hawker Tempest II. Decals by Xtradecal, Vallejo Modelair paint, Rockets by Pavla.

 

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a bit o lace

Built from the old 1962 Airfix B-17 Flying Fortress kit. This build took much longer to complete than expected thanks to the transparent parts being of the wrong shape and size to fit the fuselage, a lot of cutting, filling, scratch building, sanding and polishing was required to get them flush the fuselage with no nasty gaps around them.

Unfortunately all this activity resulted in the removal of the riveted finish. 

All original parts apart from some of the guns.

 

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1/72 Sea Fury FB.51 10-2 Carrier Karel Doorman, 860sqd Koniklijke Marine, 1952

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1/72 Sea Fury T.20

VZ369/902/FD 'Thin Wall Service, Station Flight RNAS Ford 1954

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And Together

 

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Academy P-47D, Lafayette decals by revell, painted with xtracrylix olive drab and neutral grey and finished with Winsor and Newton Matt Varnish 

 

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ICM 1/48 Dornier DO-17Z.

SBS Models decals.

Gunze paints.

 

A fantastic kit, thoroughly enjoyed the build.

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WIP here;

Thanks for looking guys.

 

Craig.

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Italeri C47 Dakota.

Post-war Italian markings.

Thanks for all the support in the build thread.

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Martlet MkIII. Started life as a Hobbyboss Quickbuild Wildcat F4F3A. Finished as a FAA Martlet MkIII 3875 of 805 Squadron NAS based in Dhekela, North Africa. Sometime in 1941. 

 

Mainly OOB with Tamiya tape seat belts, wingfold seams filled in and anew pitot. Brush painted with Xtracrylix and aCitabel Nuln wash, finished with acrylic matt varnish. Transfers from the Xtradecal Yanks with Roundels Part 2. Build thread here:

 

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Martlet MkVI. Started life as a Hobbyboss Quickbuild Wildcat FM2. Finished as a FAA Martlet MkVI JV735 'W' Wanda of 853 Squadron NAS on HMS Queen sometime in 1945

 

Mainly OOB with Tamiya tape seat belts, underwing coolers removed and under fuselage windows painted over. Brush painted with Xtracrylix and finished with acrylic matt varnish. Transfers from Euca Decals FAA Martlets/Wildcats sheet. Build thread here:

 

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Hi,

 

Here is my completed Tamiya Israeli M1 'Super Sherman' (M4A1 76W) powered by a Wright Continental Radial Engine..

 

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My Build log can be found here

 

 

 

Thanks for looking...

 

Plasto

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