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  1. My 1/72 double triple Spitfire build to begin 2017 is now complete, with the last two being an out of box Airfix Mk 22 and a Spitfire 21 made from the wings and nose from the Airfix 22 kit, fuselage from an Eduard Mk VIII overtree, vertical tail from the Special Hobby kit, and a prop from the Sword Mk XIV. The Spitfire 21 on the left and 22 on the right. Both were painted with Colourcoats enamels and the out-of-box 22 was left clean, while the Mk 21 was weathered to match a reference picture (see further below). The Mk 22 represents a Spitfire from R
  2. Tuesday 9th October 1951, Royal Air Force North Luffenham, Rutland, England. This Griffon engined Supermarine Spitfire 22 serial PK431 is operated by the 102 Flying Refresher School coded 'M-41', her purpose is to help convert RAF Voluntary Reserve pilots onto the new jets, their first jet flight will be in the Vampire FB.5 just over a week later. The Spitfire 22 is virtually the last mark of these legendary fighters, too late for service in WW2 and destined to be sold for scrap just over a year later. To Flying Officer D.W.Baldock she was a true 'dream machine' and on that day he flew her cro
  3. After finishing my Ta 183 in Argentinian colours, I decided to pull out my Spit F.22/24 and build it as an aircraft I saw in the Strike Witches anime. It'll be a Supermarine Spitfire M.22 coded DW°N, and painted in a what if camouflage of a darker brown, dark green, sky and a sky/red propeller nose cone. I'll be posting updates as soon as I can. The boxart: Sprue shots, with the fuselage test fitted. Wings glued with the flaps in the up position. Airfix indicates on step 9 to add piece 24, but after gluing it, said piece resulted in th
  4. Back to work next week, managed to finish this one before the end of the holidays. Had a few issues with the decals, clearly a bit out of practice. Straight out of the box, main paint scheme a Tamiya rattle can. Thanks for looking.
  5. I'm finally going to start a project that I've been planning for a long time. Hopefully posting the progress of the build here will give me a push to finish it... This is the background story. I work at the local museum at former Swedish Air Force base F 10 at Ängelholm, Sweden. I love to just sit and browse through the extensive photoarchive now and then. It is absolutely huge and full of interesting photos from 1940 up to 2002 when the base was shut down. Sometimes I happen to stumble over something that I haven't seen before. A couple of years ago I found some
  6. Photo Etch Set for Airfix Spitfire F Mk. 22 (self adhesive) 1:72 Eduard Airfix’s Spitfire F Mk.22 was something of a surprise when it was announced last year, as most modellers were expecting another one of the wartime marks of the famous fighter. Nevertheless, the kit was warmly welcomed by the modelling community as it combined detail, buildability and value in one tempting package. Now Eduard have turned their attention to the kit with a set of photo etched detail parts. As with many of their sets, this package from Eduard is comprised of two frets. The first cont
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