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  1. My second entry is Italeri’s F-104A. Currently toying with building this in flight, if I can find a suitable jet jockey. I will be using aftermarket decals from Wolfpack to represent an F-104A of the 319FIS. Why this aircraft, because the fuselage is ADC grey with white upper wings, this is important because I don’t enjoy painting NMF finishes.
  2. Hello guys, I'm planning on converting Italeri's Mirage IIIE into an EA. For that, I need to know the measurements of the empennage extension of the Mirage IIICJ. That part is needed to make (at least externally), an MIIIEA. This is the piece I need the measures of (highlighted in blue). I need its length, width, and height. Hopefully one of you will have the MIIIC with that extension and will be able to give me the measures. Preferently in centimeters. Thanks!
  3. Italeri is to release a new tool 1/48th Lockheed-Martin F-35B Lightning II kit - ref. 2810 Not a bad news considering the only other available 1/48th F-35B kit is the Kitty Hawk one. Now we'll just need a better F-35C. Source: https://www.italeri.com/uploads/news/AY8p8Mc4VebT1GVJ5SVhR0wRFuvMlyG6nbu5dgSD.pdf Box art V.P.
  4. I started new project because Lancia S4 project is slow and waiting some paints to get forward. I was hoping this to have simple and fast project, but looks that this is not true and this will be more challenging that I wished. General information This car was developed for season -83 to replace Gr.6 car LC1 that was built for previous season. LC2 was made to meet new Gr.C regulations. LC2 was built with Dallara who designed the chassis and engine partner Ferrari. Engine was in first season 2.6 liter twin turbo. Turbos were from KKK and four valves per cylinder. Transmission was from Hewland Race History -83 Car was raced first time in Imola -83 and was able to take pole position. This race was showing what was coming for this car. In good and bad. Leading car got out due to tyre problems and second car was 12 laps behind winning car. Next time Lancia managed to finish race in 5th race of season. In seasons two last races Lancias managed to finish second place. Kit This kit is originally done by Protar and is typical for period. First it was released in 1984 and I was not able to get this kit at period. Re-release was done by Italeri in 2019 and this is what I have in my hands. There is no updates done in kit, so it is what was also in Protar boxing. When I look this kit I have a bit mixed feeling. Based on decals kit should present season -83 car. I need to look my reference materials how close to this season car this really is. Le Mans car clearly needs some changes at least in head lights area. Good things: Main body looks quite good, there are some sink marks, but these should be quite easy to fix. Decal sheet look good and contains full sponsor logos. Even that in box art spnsor logos are covered in black. Cockpit details are ok for this scale and can be improved with small work. Mass produced kit is available, so we have starting point for build. I am aware that there is Modellers kit available. But this kit is really rare. Tamtech also made one, but this is designed for slot racing and I am not sure how accurate it is because it was fit for slot racing rules. Not so good: This is curbside kit, so there is no engine detail or anything for gearbox. Gearbox end should be somehow visible from rear and even partial part would have been nice in this area. Suspension have nothing to do with real thing. In rear there is only straight rod going and that is all. In real thing there is double fish-bone. In front there is toy like steering that front wheels can turn, but nothing that looks like real thing. Body is very thick molding I have understood that kit was also sold as a metal kit. This explains this and I think explains some sink marks in molding. These thick parts look some areas really bad. Lowers above front wheels look also really bad and unrealistic. Definitely need replacing. In body is also strange cap. Lower side of body have a 0,5mm mismatch both sides. In real car is nothing like this. Air intake in front looks too small and floor fitting in front looks also too thick in front also side exhaust part looks really unrealistic. Door windows also look too small and need to look how to fit these correctly. One issue is also that kit can be built to fit only certain races in season. Rear wing configuration was different between races. if someone want's build a later wide-body car heavy modification is needed. This time I don't have photos of un-started kit, but some first steps. Cockpit started General view of body Issue in body molding. So wish me a good luck. This is not going to be fast build I was hoping yesterday evening.
  5. This (big) kit I've had in the stash for years. But the AM I bought for this GB. Danny Coreman's book I've used for some previous 1/48 builds. The dutch 'dusty' decal sheet i bought fairly recently, But I'm not sure if i'll go this way yet? I think the decals look hard edged compared to reference photos so if i do go this way I may create them manualy somehow. All the kit schemes are great too. I've always had a love of both the italian and Luftwaffe schemes.... hmmm. Here's the lovely extras: it's a big plane in 1/32... the reskit engine set is ace (and big) I'm looking forward to this!
  6. Hello, Britmodellers! This kit was started some time ago as a quick background build alongside with Mi-24A, but some issues were revealed soon and all slowed down... I bought the box during sale and it’ll be a great addition to my Century Series kits. As always, I want to start from a little in-box «review». The box is a modern Italeri cardboard box with an excellent artwork: There are four painting schemes presented on the back of a box: Maybe I’ll choose this one: The box content: The decal sheet is large and beautifully printed, looks like there will be no issues on applying the transfers: Runner A with the port fuselage half: Two (early and late) types of afterburners here: The quality of these moulds is a spot on, even for this kit from 80s: I like these pipelines on the MLG struts: Runner B with another fuselage half, lower wing surface and other bits: Looks good: Runner C with the clear parts (one-piece canopy and gun sight): I started from filling an ejector pin marks with the Sprue Goo: Also I’ve done some subassemblies: That’s all for today, thanks for looking at and have a nice modelling week!
  7. Looking back over what must be almost 65 years of building Airfix kits, I have to say that the pattern of their earlier aircraft releases seems a bit strange at times. Having started off with a supposedly Mk I Spitfire you might perhaps have expected a few more aircraft from the Battle of Britain period, but instead we got a Spitfire IX, a Hurricane "IV" and a Bf 109 "G" followed later by a Do 217E instead of a 17Z and a late war Heinkel He III H-26 I think. Whatever- I bought their Do 217E in the early 1960's not too long after it was released, and when I had probably not really heard of it and here it is, totally refurbished in Maritime colours RLM72/73 over 65, next to a Frog Do 17Z in normal 70/71. There is of course a strong family resemblance as it was initially intended to be an improved Do-17 but put on weight and was given a new number. Subsequently I bought a book which had details of the plane including the later versions with the new glasshouse nose and I rather fancied one, perhaps a K-2 with extended wings to carry Fritz X or Hs 293 missiles. However I ended up buying this. The kit was first released in 1977 though this is the 1983 boxing, and over the years they released it as the N1 night fighter in 1979, the K2 eventually in 1996, bnackdatyed it to an E in 2005, and then they released inline engined M1 in 2011. I think that at one point there was an aftermarket set of extended wings available but that seems to be long gone. The 217 is a curious plane in some respects. As a night fighter it was too slow and clumsy but had long range and made a good night intruder until Hitler stopped operations over Britain as he wanted the German population to see the fallen RAF planes over their own soil. As a bomber it was pretty good but mostly was used at night or on maritime duties and was not too well known in the UK. It had a max bombload of around 8000lb, was quite fast, perhaps 350mph at altitude, and depending on the fuel/bomb load it had a range of over 1000 miles. This will probably end up as a night bomber from KG2 Holzhammer as on the front of the box. Incidentally this is my second kit of this plane, the other was picked up cheap to provide an undercarriage for the Do-217 E refurbishment shown earlier. So if anybody needs any spares I should have everything except the wheels/legs/bay roof and maybe the cockpit floor and turret glazing. I may even have the decs too. Send me a PM if interested. So my contribution to this GB with any luck should be one of the first Do-17 and pretty much the last Do-217. Cheers Pete
  8. After my dad has built a French Texan this year and started a Brasilian and Uruquayan one, he´ll soon start the next T-6, gonna do a Swedish one with another Italeri reboxing of the Ocidental kit. DSC_0010 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0011 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr
  9. Now that the French at war theme is coming to an end, it´s time for a new theme Gonna do a Skyraider from the Korean war, using the Italeri boxing of the old Esci kit with Cutting Edge decals. DSC_0001 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0002 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0003 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0005 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0004 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0006 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr
  10. Remember Italeri's Model Kit Preview 2021: link & link I suppose we'll soon see the Preview 2022 folder. So it's time to open a new dedicated thread, isn't it ? What we can expect: the new tool 1/48th Lockheed-Martin F-35B Lightning II kit - ref. 2810 - thread - or the other long announced 1/48th Supermarine Spitfire Mk.I... Wait and see. UPDATE Italeri downloadable Model Kit Preview 2022 is here: https://www.italeri.com/uploads/news/v3MVLXcbbQoOMhc7K6EQf04r6mGnCp3M2cEDY6a6.pdf Three "new tool" aircraft kits announced in 2022 : 1/72 - ref. 1460 - AMX International A-11A Ghibli - thread 1/48 - ref. 2810 - Lockheed-Martin F-35B Lightning II - thread (already announced in the Model Kit Preview 2021) 1/32 - ref. 2518 - Macchi MC.202 Folgore - thread V.P.
  11. Joining with this Italeri F100F kit, depicting a two-seat F version. A donation at Jet Age, with damaged decals. Parts. Damage to the decals rules out some options - but not these two USAF. Undecided, which to use.
  12. This will be pretty much a straight OOB build of the Italeri kit in the SEA Camo scheme in the box. Hope to get on with it in a week or so. Steve.
  13. Hello to all.Here is my latest finished model.The great italeri F-5A.I built it as a F-5C.I added a new pittotube and seatbelts.The rest was pretty much oob.Painted in gunze acrylics and sealed with the vallejo matt coat.The weathering is to a minimum on this one.
  14. As I said in the Group Build chat pages, this kit has been in and out of work since around 2007, but has been quickly pushed onto a back-burner in preference for other projects - this time around it will be finished. I haven't come across the decals for this kit but I may have popped them into my decals box, so I will have a check later. by John L, on Flickr by John L, on Flickr by John L, on Flickr
  15. Hello everyone, I'm venturing into uncharted waters here, normally being a landlubber over in the AFV section where I'm half through a Mercedes-Benz L 4500 truck build. While mulling over cargo options, I briefly considered a S.L.C. "Maiale" as 'somethings a bit different' but thought it would be too long and too, well, 'torpedoey', to be feasible. But then I stumbled across the following which got the old cogs turning... Early in the video we see a 'truncated' "Maiale" separated from it's warheads... The warheads subsequently being bolted onto the 'nose'... Hmmm, interesting. The "Maiale" sans warhead would probably fit onto the truck bed quite nicely, and the detached warhead(s) could then sit alongside, something like this with some rearrangement... It's a total flight of fancy with no evidence that they ever put one of these things on a truck, but why not? The decision was made, let's have a "Maiale" cargo! I knew that Italeri did a nice 1/35 Siluro a Lenta Corsa (S.L.C - Italian, Low Speed Torpedo) also known as "Maiale" (Italian for pig, hence the topic name). I didn't know, however, that the kit is discontinued and so a bit tricky to get hold of. I did eventually managed to acquire one... I won't go into too much detail on the kit contents as there are several reviews available elsewhere. Suffice it to say that the kit is quite simple, being contained on a single sprue, with the warhead(s) already separated from the main body of the Pig (which needless to say is very useful for what I plan to do - result!)... The kit also contains a small etch fret, some diver figures (probably won't be used), and a booklet giving additional information and a pretty comprehensive set of photos (which is a very nice touch)... I've made a cursory start on the build by starting a tidy of the welders mask front shield. Holes were drilled in the shield roof as indicated in the instructions, using small moulded depressions as a guide. The shield walls are far too thick, looking like they are fashioned from substantial armour plate. Some thinning will be needed here, which will unfortunately result in the shield interior detail being lost (not a bad thing given the ejector mark and general untidiness of the interior)... The shield should be thin plate similar to this photo grabbed from the kit booklet... After some scraping, sanding, sanding and scraping things start to look a bit better. I'll leave it to you to work out which side has been worked on in this before/after comparison shot... I need to be a bit wary though as the plastic is starting to get a tad thin... A quick word of warning before I sign off - there may be the odd truck picture appearing in this thread! I'll try to keep these to the minimum, but if you want to venture over to the 'dark side' and see more, the parallel truck build can be found here.,.. Cheers, and thanks for looking, Paul.
  16. Reini's Century Series - F-100D Super Sabre Italeri's (ESCI) old and trusty F-100 is still a decent kit I think. Sure, it's lacking on some details (like the cockpit) and the wing slats are closed but despite being little dated, I like the kit. Box contents. I've built two of these before and for this build I'm going all in with the aftermarket items so I won't be using much of these parts 3D printed ladder, really fine looking thing. I just hope I won't break it... Some of the aftermarket parts. Upgrade for the cockpit as the kit one is quite spartan. Ejection seat is good upgrade but this is my fist try on the full Aires resin cockpit. Exhaust nozzle, another good upgrade, really adds details. Full napalm loadout, as I will be doing a vietnam era strike fighter. Tyres and a Master pitot tube, finding it really hard to do a build without Master pitot tube. Decals that I will be using. And then this beauty. The wing slats are closed in the Italeri kit and this will correct that. It also adds landing gear bay details. I've built couple Italeri Hun's before. This is my first kit since I re-started my hobby several years ago. This was my second attempt few years later with some experience and airbrush etc. For this build I modified the original wings to have open slats. But it's nice to have ready made part for that now. Let's see how this goes - welcome aboard
  17. This is my new project. A vehicle i don't know much about so i have some research to do. The kit itself looks good. Italeri even added some PE parts. The kit comes with a basic interior. Verry exited to start with this one. I'll keep you guys posted.
  18. The Italeri 1/48 Hurricane Mk1 has been the subject of much discussion on the various forums, this one included, so I am aware of the various issues with this kit, this didn't however, prevent me from enjoying completing this replica of the famous Battle of Britain fighter. Finished in the colours of No 43 (Fighter) Squadron, RAF, (undoubtedly the finest Fighter Squadron that has ever, or shall ever, exist in any Air Force in the world ) the brutish lines of Sir Sidney's gun truck are captured well. P3386 was the first Rotol Spinner equipped Mk1 delivered to the Squadron, and was, by all accounts, a particularly successful Machine, being credited with the destruction of several enemy aircraft. No problems were encountered during the build, I was particularily impressed with the clear sprue which were very thin and distortion free. Decals are a mix of kit and spares box. Finished in Humbrol Duck Egg Blue, Tamiya RAF Dk Green and Mr Color Dark Earth, with a Flory wash to finish. Thanks for looking! Cheers, Troffa
  19. Hi Everyone, I was completing this model just as Russia was invading the Ukraine so I have been reticent about displaying it. Given the present situation I'll say nothing about the model other than it was built straight out of the box and painted entirely with Hataki acrylics. Apologies if the images cause offence. As usual all comments and criticisms (about the model) are welcome. Thanks for looking
  20. Moving on from my sea patrol F-4EJ Kai onto another anti-ship/sub platform. I've been itching to do this one for a while now...even though an A-6 would be more practical. More recent Italeri boxing of the old ESCI molds. This will be built as an early/mid '90s B, so all the ASW gear will still be onboard. Resin wing & tail folds by Wolfpack. Resin/PE engines by Metallic Details. Resin cockpit by Black Box, donated to the project by a local club member. Thanks Ray! I also have a pair of Eduard AGM-84D Harpoons. I'm undecided if I'm going to put anything in the weapon bays, though they have carried torpedos and Mk.83 bombs. I'll save that decision for later on. Progress on this one will be slow getting started, as my primary focus will continue to be getting the F-4 finished up...but I foresee needing some breaks in the painting and decals. Prepare for a disaster! The kit and goodies. Did a "quick" dry fit last night to make sure I wasn't going to have major construction hurdles to overcome, as a lot of the original kit is going to end up as spare parts. I didn't get around to cutting the tail off yet, so hopefully the tail fold fits as well as the wings. It's definitely going to take a bit of work, but nothing is jumping out that is going to be a huge hurdle. I'm not sure on the fit of the AM engine pylons...I need to do some research and also maybe try fitting up the kit pylons.
  21. I call this one done for now. The Italeri Semovente M42 "Beutepanzer" wich was deployed during the siege of monte Casino. The build was pretty straight forward with a simple interior. The tracks provided with this kit were horrible, however it was no option to order aftermarket tracks because of the cost. I struggled with the paintjob and altough i got it after the second time i still think i have much to learn and improve when it comes to airbrushing and weathering. I still have the feeling i don't master the techniques fully....so, much to learn. I tried to bring the vehicle to life with some stowage. I think it works nicely. Still a bit affraid to do figure painting so i saved the figures from a few kits so i can learn to paint them. Anyway, this is it. My take on the Semovente. Mistakes were made but i enjoyed the learning progress. I hope you guys like the build. I welcome any critisism, tips and tricks. Tnx for stopping by and taking the time to look at the build. Take care guys
  22. This kit, resident in my stash for ages - and I can't remember buying. These parts. Huge thanks to @mike c for for the Matchbox decals, enabling Bravo November. The only RAF Chinook to survive the Falklands conflict. A bit of story of my previous Chinook model, and some motivation for this one is in the chat thread - BUT I'm going to RAFM Cosford tomorrow, where Bravo November is their latest addition.
  23. Having finished my Tamiya Chieftain it has been sugested that my next project should be the Italeri M32 which is in the stash. If anyone knows of anything I need to be aware of please shout out. Box and sprue pictures as soon as I liberate said kit from the loft insulation. Thanks for looking in - work starts soon Roger
  24. MB339 60th PAN Anniversary (1461) 1:72 Italeri via Wonderland Models The Italian Air Force Aerobatic team we know as Frecce Tricolori are the Pattuglia Acrobatica Nazionale (PAN) of the 313th Gruppo Addestramento Acrobatico of the Italian Air Force. They were founded in 1961 when it was decided to merge the teams already in existence. They have flown the F-86 Sabre and the Fiat G.91 before transitioning to the two-seat fighter-trainer Aermacchi MB 339. 2021 was the 60th Anniversary of the team with tails of the Aircraft being painted in schemes to represent aircraft of Past Teams, Cavallino Rampante, Getti Tonanti, Lanceri Neri, Tigre Bianche and Diavoli Rossi. The Kit This is a re-boxing of the original 1997 Supermodel MB339 kit. For this boxing you get 3 of the kits and a decal sheet with 60th Anniversary markings. Here the kit is moulded in bright blue plastic so sun glasses maybe needed. Each kit arrives on two main sprues with a canopy as well. Construction begins sorpresa with the cockpit. Both ejection seats are 3 parts which fit in along with the control columns and the instrument panels. All instruments on the main and side panels are provided as decals. The completed cockpit can be paced in the fuselage and it can be closed up. 30g of nose weight is suggested to be added. Both wings can now be constructed and added top the fuselage along with the tail planes. Additional side aerials are added to the tail along with a pitot tube. At the front the console separating the consoles is added along with the canopies. The main canopy has parts for it to be displayed open if wanted. Moving underneath all the landing gear can be added along with the gear bay doors. The forward ventral airbrake is added along with the rear ventral strakes. Pylons and tanks can be added under the wings as needed. The Team normally fly with tanks under the inboard pylons with the out board pylons empty. The long range ferry tanks are provided in the kit as well for the outer pylons. The last items to fit are the wing fences. Markings You can paint your kit in any scheme you want as long as its the Display scheme! Markings are included for all the team aircraft for the 60th Anv season, enough atripes etc are provided for three aircraft as its a triple boxing. the hard bit will be deciding which to use. Decals are by Cartograf, which is a guarantee of good registration, sharpness and colour density, with a thin gloss carrier film cut close to the printed areas. Conclusion Its good to see this kit re-issued with the latest team markings. Highly recommended. Review sample courtesy of
  25. #9/2022 My dad´s next addition to the French at war theme. Italeri reboxing of the Ocidental kit, Eduard PE detailing set, painted with AK Xtreme Metal Aluminium. All French combat Texans came with three rocket racks under each wing, the kit has none so my dad did some scratchbuilding. Turned out a bit more crude than the original but better than nothing. The aircraft had also a gunsight, none in the kit too. Found no suiting pieces in the sparesbox to replicate one. The kit gun pods have the gunthroughs at the bottom, looking at the originals they were in middle height. So filled the old holes, drilled some new ones and added plastic rods as gun barrels. Elastic thread was used for antenna wires and brake lines. Wings have no position lights, drilled holes and inserted plastic rods. Build thread here https://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/235106944-guerre-dalgérie148-north-american-t-6g-texan-armée-de-l’air/ Model shows an aircraft of EALA 3/1 in 1961 during the Algerian War. DSC_0001 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0001 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0002 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0003 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0004 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0005 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0006 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0007 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0008 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0009 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0010 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0011 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0012 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0013 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0001 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0015 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0016 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0017 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0018 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0019 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0020 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0021 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0004 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr
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