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  1. While starting construction on a FAB T-6 and AT-33 the other day, my attention turned to a P26 that was sitting unfinished in the back of my display case. Originally intended to be a Chinese Air Force Peashooter, I still hadn't bothered to buy the decals after almost a year. I spent a few minutes tracking down my Print Scale P26 sheet to look for other options, and found a Guatemalan scheme that I could make without any more painting. Unfortunately, the roundels were printed just slightly out of register, but I can overlook that for the most part. Next should be a Brazilian T6 with decals
  2. Dear friends, This is the last addition to my collection, a P-26 Peashooter in Chinese colors (in fact the Chinese version was named Boeing model 281). Painted in overall light grey, the majority of these aircrafts were changed to green later. The kit was surprisingly good for its age, no fit issues, a good cockpit (that I enhanced with some belts), and a good engine too. The only difficulty in construction concerned the engine exhausts and rigging, which I represented using Albion Alloys 0.2mm nickel rod. Overall a pleasant construction. Hope you like it, Dimitrio
  3. The Boeing 281 was the export version of the Boeing P26 Peashooter and was most notably used in China during the late 1930’s. Not so well known is the single aircraft that featured over the skies of Spain during the Civil War and although it was only one machine it did seem to strike a chord with the republican forces and this lead to the nickname “Boeing” being given to the more numerous Polikarpov I 16 due to its similar shape (from a distance) and it also being a monoplane which was a rare thing at the time. The Spanish Model 281 was bought after its demonstration at Barajas airfield o
  4. Hi guys! I made a little plane called Boeing P-26A Peashooter by Revell. It's not top notch of course, because this are my first steps in scale modeling, but nonetheless here are the pictures. The last picture is photographed with a diorama, which is not yet entirely finished.
  5. Recently I've fnished this revell P-26. I bought it some time ago to train myself in rescribing panel lines and as the training went satisfactory I felt that I would built the entire kit. The kit is quite old so I used a Starfighter upgrade set and starfighter decal.
  6. Hi, Next very archive model - Revell, 1/72, Boeing P26 Peashooter. Philippinian Army markings from end of 1941. Frankly speaking I do not know if the scheme is OK. I followed here a profile published in 1970s in Czechoslovak (those days) air journal Letectvi+Kosmonautika. Currently the painting schemes for Philippinian P 26s are published a bit differently. Anyway - I hope authors from profile published in L+K had some reasons to present it this way... I made her about 1975, initially in prewar US markings, then I repainted her in this markings about 1980, then I corrected by adding rigin
  7. P-26A Peashooter Revell 1:72 It has been said that so rapid was the pace of aircraft development in the 1930's that many aircraft were actually obsolete by the time they actually entered service. Boeing's B-9 bomber came into service in 1931 and was actually faster (at 188mph) than the fighters of the day. Some people actually thought that this might be the end of the fighter. However Boeing then designed the P-26 to counter this. The P-26 was the first American all metal fighter aircraft, and the first pursuit monoplane used by the then US Army Air Corps. Due to the fast pace of a
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