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  1. my favs are F`s

    B-2 Spirit / 1/72

    Buongiorno gents! This is one ginormous kit for its scale and quite iconic as well. The B-2 Spirit built by Northrop at the end of the Cold War era, still majestic today, and a plane that i`ve always admire: The oob decals let you choose between 3 airframes, i`ll probably choose the Spirit of New York. And i just open this theme, but will not start building it, cause i have to first finish my other Northrop masterpiece - the F-23A. About the kit - there are several great reviews here and there, so check out only the glimpse over the content: The packing is flawless and fortunately that`s the box design that i liked the most, the black one. About the size of this beast - i`m speechless....
  2. Giovanni

    Vampire T.11 Airfix1/72

    Hello dear modelers, I've just built this premiere kit recently released by Airfix: Giovanni is me while Francesco is my 8 years nephew. He helped me a lot building it. I.e. he did the aluminium color aerography. The model was a present I gave him some time ago. The kit was built OOB in four days and actually just misses the pitot. Must say I love Airfix that offer us a kit of such a striking subject for a price of about 11 Eur. Here some pictures: I warmly recommend this kit to all. Bye Giovanni & Francesco
  3. I'm in with a Curtiss P-6E Hawk. by SAU, auf Flickr No box or instructions but I guess it's a 60's or 70's release Decals from Starfighter Models for the 'Indian head' 94 Pursuit Squadron
  4. My second build A Revell packed Monogram, btw has anyone seen the movie? by Jan H, auf Flickr by Jan H, auf Flickr Also this look a bit simple and I know there are some issues with the shape of the fuselage. I've got two and one was in an unsellable plastic bag w/o decals so I better build it then. Aftermarket decals from a hopefully usable Carpena decal sheet for a light gull grey VNAF bird by Jan H, auf Flickr Cockpit done, sort of... by Jan H, auf Flickr ... and just a test of how a V-tailed Skyraider would look like before painting by Jan H, auf Flickr
  5. Andy_USA

    Armor For Sale

    Please refer to my "Collection For Sale" for a wide selection of 1/72 Modern Armor at reasonable prices.most of it is hard to find Eastern Block subjects Please stop by and take a look. Thank You...Andy Whitworth
  6. Two Bobs 1/32 $14.00 unless otherwise marked (also see combo sheets listed under other scales for more 1/32 scale sheets) 32001 Fighting Fulcrums (Nellis AFB F-16C) 32004 F/A18A/B Hornets VFC-12 Fighting Omars 32005 F-14A Splintered NSAWC Tomcats 32006 F-5E Tiger II VFC-13 Fighting Saints 32008 How’s My Driving? F-16C 32009 F-15E Strike Eagle Mountain Home Avengers 32011 SHWFOTS F-18C Hornets 32012 VFA-22 Fighting Redcocks F/A-18C 32013 KC and the Ragin’ Cajuns’ A-10A Warthogs 32014 VFA-25 Fist of the Fleet F/A-18C 32015 Wrap Around Thuds Hill AFB (2 available) 32016 Patriot Hornets F/A-18C of VMFA-115 and VFA-201 32018 NSAWC Topgun Hornets F/A-18A 32019 F-16C Mountain Home Gunfighters 32021 Thunderbolts and Vikings F/A-18C/D 32027 US Air To Air Missile Markings Aim-9B/D/G/J/L/M 32029 F-10 6C Block 50 Big Mouths Part I 32030 F-16C Block 40 Big Mouths Part I 32031 F-16C Block 40 Big Mouths Part III 32032 F-16C USAFE Big Mouth Vipers 32033 F-16C GoldenState Griffins 32034 A-7E VA-22 Gecko Redcocks 32035 Advanced MediumRange Air to Air Missile Markings AIM-120B/C AGM-88C 32036 F/A-18C Feline Hornets VFA-131 Wildcats (Red Tailed CAG Bird) 32037 F/A-18C Feline Hornets VFA-131 Wildcats (Blue Tailed CAG Bird) 32038 F-16C Minute Men 50th Anniversary 32039 F-15J/DJ JASDF Aggressors 32040 F-5E VFC-111 Bad Boy Sundowners $30 32051 F-16C/D Blue Fox Bandits (2 available) 32060 F-15C Eiffel Eagles $50 1/48 Scale $14.00 unless otherwise Marked 48001 F-16C Fighting Fulcrums Nellis AFB $20 48005 AH-1S Foreign User Cobras $20.00 48006 Nells AFB Fighter Weapons School Taxi Cab Vipers (2 available) 48007 F-14A Splintered NSAWC Tomcats $20 48008 F-15J Japanese Aggressors (2 available) 48009 A-10 Experimental Camo Warthogs Peanut and Flipper 48012 Hows My Driving F-16C Fighting Falcons (2 available) 48013 F-16C Retro Vipers 48014 F-5E Tiger II VFC-13 Desert Cats (3 available) $20 48015 F-5E Tiger II Blue/Grey Saints (3 available) $20 48016 F/A-18A/B Hornets VFC-12 Fighting Omars (2 available) 48018 Top Gun Tinkertoys A-4 Skyhawks $30.00 48020 AV-8B Hard Corps Harriers 48021 Ad Inexporata Eagles 48022 F-117A Kosovo Bandits (2 available) $25 48023 F-15C Eagles “Eglin’s Gorillas” (2 available) 48024 F-16C Block 50 Shaw Vipers (2 available) 48025 (ARC-001) Sandbox Alleycats (2 available) $25.00 48026 F-15E Strike Eagles Mountain Home Avengers (2 available) $20 48027 F/A-18C SHWFOTS of VFA-94 (2 available) 48028 F/A-18C Ultimate Warriors (2 available) 48029 F/A-18C VFA-22 Fighting Redcocks (2 available) 48030 F/A-18C VFA-97 Thoroughbred Warhawks (2 available) 48031 F-14D VF-213 Rampant Lions over Afghanistan (2 available) 48032 F-15A WTC Scramblers (3 available) 48033 F-16C Mountain Home’s Gunfighters (3 available) $20 48034 F/A-18A VFA-97 Thoroughbred Warhawks Pt II (3 available) 48035 AH-1W Cobras Whiskeys In The Mix $30 48036 F/A-18C VFA-146 All American Bug 48037 F-15E Anaconda Squeeze Play 48038 F-16N Old School Adversarys 48039 F-14B Red Rippin Muthas’ VF-11 48040 F/A-18E Super Bugs VFA-14 Tophatters 48041 F/A-18F Superbugs VFA-41 Black Aces $20 48042 F-16C Lets Roll Vipers Arkansas and New Jersey ANG 48043 2001 Rasseblement De Tigre Mirage 2000 48045 F-14B Be-Devilers 48046 F-16C Hill Vipers 466th FS Diamondback Vipers (2 available) 48047 AJ-37/JA-37 Saab Viggens $20 48049 F-105D Wrap Around Thuds 466th TFS Hill AFB (2 available) $20 48050 QF-4G Team Target 82nd (2 available) 48051 F-104J Komatsu Starfighters (2 available) $20 48052 F-15C Alaskan Gamecocks 19th FS Elmendorf AFB (2 available) 48053 F-15E Iraqui Freedom Throwback Nose Art 48054 A-10A Bagram Warthogs $20 48055 F-14D Felix in the Fight $20 48056 F-14B Gypsy Swordsmen VF-32 (2 available) 48059 F/A-18C VFA-25 Fist of the Fleet Knucle Shampoo 48060 F/A-18E VFA-115 OIF Screamin Eagles 48061 F-16C OIF Vipers 48062 F/A-18C Patriot Hornets 48063 Ebony Talons $20 48064 T-38A Aggressive Talons $20 48067 F-111A CombatLancer SEA All Weather/Night Attack Aardvarks $20 48068 F-15E Iraqi Freedom Saddam Hunters $20 48070 F-16C OIFSwamp Foxes (2 available) 48071 F-15J Shiro Ruyo JASDF Eagles 48072 F/A-18C/D Thunderbolts and Vikings 48073 F/A-18C SSHYYF Golden Dragons (2 available) 48075 AV-8B NA/Super Harriers VMA-223/311 48076 F-16C/D Lone Star Gunfighters (2 available) 48077 F/A-18A+ Fights On VMFA-312 Checkerboards 48078 F/A-18C VFA-92 Marauders 48079 F-14B VF-103 Jolly Rogers $20 48080 F-15J/DJ JASDF Aggressors (3 available) 48081 F-15E The Gipper (Combo sheet 1/48 and 1/32 on one sheet) 48082 OV-1A Grumman Mohawk $30 48083 F-16A/B/C/D Stencil Data 48084 F-16A/B/C CAS Vipers 48085 AH-64D OIF Apaches $20 48086 US Air to Air Missile Markings AIM-9B/D/G/J/L/M AIM-7E-2/M (3 available) 48087 F-16C Big Mouths Block 40/50 Part I 48088 F-16C Big Mouths Block 40 Part I 48089 F-16C USAFE Big Mouth Vipers 48090 F-14D Tomcats Last Pac VF-31 Tomcatters $20 48091 F/A-18C “Blue By You” Hornets VFA-83/FVA-113 48092 A-4M Skyhawks “Low Vis Mikes Part I” $20 48093 A-4M Skyhawks “Low Vis Mikes Part II” $20 48094 2004 Nato Tiger Meet Mirage 2000 $25 48097 F-14B Last of The Tomcats VF-11 Red Rippers $20 48099 F-117 Kosovo Bandits (2 available) $25 48100 F-14A/B Colorful Cats $25 48101 F-14B/D Last of the Tomcats VF-143 Pukin Dogs and VF-213 Black Lions (2 available) $20 48102 F/A-18E Rockin Rhinos Part 1 $20 48103 F/A-18F Rockin Rhinos Part 2 $20 48104 F/A-18E/F Rockin Rhinos Part 3 $20 48106 F/A-18F Rockin Rhinos Part 5 $20 48107 F/A-18E/F Press to Test Rhinos Part 1 $20 48108 Hurricane Katrina Relief (2 available) 48109 F-15A Show Me State Eagles $20 48110 Langley’s Ironmen 71st FS Langley AFB $20 48112 F-14D VF-2 Bounty Hunters OIF $20 48113 No Gun Shoguns RF-4C $20 48114 F-4C First of the Weasels $25 48115 A-7E Gecko Redcocks $20 48116 AH-1W Shark Mouth Viper (2 available) $25 48117 F/A-18F Rocking Rhinos Part 6 $20 48118 JAS-39 Rippen’ Gripens (2 available) $25 48119 F/A-18C shoot Hot Sharpshooters 48120 F/A-18C Feline Hornets VFA-131 Wildcats (2 available) 48121 A-10A Osan’s Assam Draggins (2 available) $20 48122 F-22A Press to Test Raptors (2 available) $20 48123 F-22A Langley’s Raptors (2 available) $20 48124 F-5E VMFT-401 Snipers (2 available) $25 48125 F/A-18C Mach Altus Crusaders VMFA-122 (2 available) 48126 F-22A Tyndall’s Raptors (2 available) 48127 F-15C Da’ Heath (2 available) $20 48128 EA-6B Patriot Prowler 48129/32041 F-16C Cripes A’ Mighty Viper Combo Sheet with 1/48 and 1/32 included 48130 F-15A/B Sunshine State Eagles (2 available) $20 48131 F-16C Minute Men 50th Anniversary 48134 F-117A Silver Anniversary Bandits (2 available) $25 48135 F-15C Too Cool For School Eagles $20 48136 F-15E Too Cool For School Mudhens $20 48137 F-16C Too Cool For School Vipers $20 48138 A-10A Too Cool For School Warthogs $20 48139 F-16C 60th Anniversary Green Mountain Boys (2 available) $20 48140 F/A-18C Hellcats to Hornets 60 Years of Rampagers $20 48142 F/A-18C VFA-192 Golden Dragons $20 48143 F-5E VFC-111 Bad Boy Sundowners $30 48144 F/A-18D VMFA-332 Hornet (Combo 1/48 and 1/32 on one sheet) 48145 JAS-39A/C Colorful Gripens $25 48146 F-22A Roll The Dice Raptors $20 48147 F-15E 2005 TMOTA Mo Eagle 48148 AV-8B Jammin’ Jump Jets 48151 F/A-18A Shades of Gray Omars 48152 F-15DJ Nyutabaru JASDF Cold Face Killas #1 48153 F-15DJ Nyutabaru JASDF Cold Face Killas #2 48154 F-15DJ Nyutabaru JASDF Cold Face Killas #3 $20 48156 A-10A Barksdale’s Dogpatchers (2 available) $20 48157 F-16C Wolfpack Bandits 48159 Gridiron Viper (Indianapolis Colts Jet) 1/32, 1/48, 1/72 all on one sheet. $20 48162 F/A-18E Rockin’ Rhinos Pt 8 VFA-147 $20 48163 F/A-18B/D Black Beauties $20 48164 F/A-18B Rough Riders 48166 F-16C/D Polish Jastrzabs $20 48168 F-15C Gunfightin’ Boars 390th FS/366th FW 48169 F-15E T-Bolts Rule 48170 F-16C/D Blue Fox Bandits $20 48171 F-16C Peace Puma Vipers 48173 F/A-18E All American Kestral 48174 F-16C 60 Years of Fightin’ Illini 48175 F-16C Buckeye Vipers #1 48177 JAS-39A/C/D Press to Test Gripens $25 48178 F-15C Lindbergh’s Eagles 48179 48179/32053 F-16N Old School Adversaries (Combo sheet with 1/48 and 1/32) $40 48180 EF-2000 Perfect Storm Tiffies $25 48182 J35-F1 Draken Red Dragons $25 48183 A-10A Philadelphia Freedom 48184 F-16C Wisconsin Dairyland Vipers 48185 F/A-18C Werewolves of Beaufort 48186 NF-16D Vista 2008 48187 EF-2000 Tifoni Italiani 48189 J35 Swordfish Drakens $25 48190 F-16B Press To Test Vikings (Danish Test Viper) 48192 F/A-18C Patriot Vigilantes (2 available) 48194 F-15A Satellite Killers 48195/32055 A-7D Molar Marauder (Combo sheet with 1/48 and 1/32) $20 48196 F/A-18E Fighting Fourteenth Top Hatters 48200 T-2C Buckeye VT-4, VT-7, VT-10 48201 T-2C Buckeye VT-19, VT-23, VT-26 48203 Khamis Mushait Eagles RSAF 48205 F/A-18E Lemoore’s Screamin’ Eagles 48206 T-2C/D/E Colorful Buckeyes $25 48207 Nellis Gomers Old Blue, New Blue, Grape, Ghost 48206 F/A18C/D Death Times Two 48208 F-100C USAF Skyblazers $30 48209 F-16A/C/D Press to Test Vipers 48210 F/A-18B Casper and his Bandit Ghosts 48212 F-5E Nellis Gomers Pumpkin, Sand, Old Lizard, New Lizard 48213 F-5E Nellis Gomers Frog, Snake, Flogger, New Lizard, VNAF 48214 F-5E Nellis Gomers New Ghost, Old Ghost, Lt Gray, Silver 48215 F-5E PACAF Gomers 26th Aggressor Squadron 48216 F-5E PACAF Gomers 26th Aggressor Squadron 48217 F-5E Alconbury Gomers New Blue/Grape/ADC Gray/Old Ghost 48218 F-5E Alconbury Gomers ADC Gray/Snake, VNAF Snake 48219 F-16 ADF L’Ultima Diana 48220 F-15A Candy Cane Eagles 48221 F-15B Candy Cane Eagles 48222 AV-8B Yuma Nightmares VMA-513 48223 AV-8B Gunship Harriers VMA-214, VMA-223 48224 F-16C/D Hellenic Falcons (2 available) $20 48227 F/A-18C Snakes and Dragons 48229 EA-18G/EA-6B CONA 48230 F/A18C VFA-122, VFC-12 CONA 48231 F/A18C VFA-204/VX-31 CONA 48236 F-15C Eiffel Eagles 48238 F-15C Digital Flanker $20 48240 F/A-18E Argo’s on Cruise 48241 EA-18G VAQ-130 Zappin’ Growlers 48242 F-5E/N Defenders of the ConchRepublic 48243 A-4N Wings of Wittmund 48245 Saab AJ/JA-37 Viggen $20 48247 F-16C Block 50 50 Years of YGBSM 48248 F-15C Digital Remix 48250 F-15C Fresno Repo Eagles 1/72 Scale and Combo Sets $10 each unless otherwise marked 72001 F/A-18A NSAWC Topgun Hornets 72003 F-5E Tiger II VFC-13 Fighting Saints (2 available) 72004 F-14A Splintered Tomcats 72007 A-10A Compass Ghost Tank Plinkers 72008 F/A-18A/B Hornets VFC-12 Fighting Omars (2 available) 72009 AV-8B Hard Corps Harriers 72010 F-15E Strike Eagles Mountain Home Avengers 72011 F-14D VF-213 Rampant Lions Over Afghanistan 72018 F-15A WTC Scramblers 102nd Fighter Wing Massachusettes ANG 72020 S-3B VS-35 Blue Wolves NAVY 1 72021 F-15E Iraqi Freedom Throwback Nose Art 72022 F/A-18E Super Bugs VFA-14 Tophatters 72023 F/A-18F Super Bugs VFA-14 Black Aces 72024 B-1B Seek and Destroy B-1B Lancers Operation Iraqi Freedom 72025 A-10A Shark Bait 75th FS Tiger Sharks Operation Iraqi Freedom (2 available) 72026 F-14D Felix in the Fight VF-31 Tomcatters OIF 72027 F-14B Red Rippin Muthas VF-11 Red Rippers 72029 F-16A/B/N Top Gun Vipers 72030 F/A-18E VFA-115 OIF Screaming Eagles 72031 F/A-18A/C/D OEF/OIF Marine Hornets 72032 F-111A CombatLancer SEA All Weather /Night Attack Aardvarks 72034 F-4E SEA Heros 72035 F/A-18C VFA-82 Marauders 72036 F/A-18F VFA-154 Black Nights (3 available) 72037 F/A-18E VFA-137 Kestrals (2 available) 72040 F-14B VF-103 Jolly Rogers Final Tomcat Cruise 72043 Hurricane Katrina Releif VFA-204/159th FW 72044 F/A-18E Rockin’ Rhinos Pt. 1 VFA-22/VFA-143 72045 F/A-18F Rockin’ Rhinos Pt. II VFA-11/VFA-106 72046 F/A-18E/F Rockin’ Rhinos Pt. III VFA-2 72047 F-4C Phantoms First of the Weasels 72048 RF-4C No Gun Shoguns 72049 F-14D VF-2 Bounty Hunters OIF (2 available) 72050 F-14B/D Retro Tomcats 1 VF-143, VF-213 (2 available) 72051 F-14B Retro Tomcats 2 VF-11, VF-32 72052 JAS-39 Rippen’ Gripens 72053 T-38A Talon Tango #1 72054 T-38A Talon Tango #2 (2 available) 72055 A-10A Osans Assam Dragons (2 available) 72056 F-22A Press to Test Raptors (2 available) 72057 F-22A Langley’s Raptors (2 available) 72058 F-22A Tyndall’s Raptors (2 available) 72061 F-116A Silver Anniversary Bandits 72062 F-15E Too Cool for School Mudhens 72063 F-15C Too Cool for School Eagles 72064 F-16C Too Cool for School Vipers 72065 A-10A Too Cool for Shool Warthogs 72066 F/A-18E Rockin’ Rhinos 4 VFA-41 72067 JAS-39A/C Colorful Gripens 72068/32043 F/A-18A/B Shades of Gray Omars COMBO SHEET 1/72 & 1/32 $14 72071 F-22A Roll The Dice Raptors 72075/32050 F-16C 2005 TMOTA 79th FS 72076 F-16C/D Blue Fox Bandits 72077/32052 F-16C Buckeye Vipers #1 $14 72078 JAS-39A/C/D Press to Test Gripens 72079 F-105D Wrap Around Thuds 466th TFS Hill AFB 72081 F-15S Khamis Mushat Eagles RSAF 72082 J35F1/J Swedish Drakens 72083 FA-18E Fighting Fourteenth Tophatters 72085 B-1B Dakota Backbone 72094/32046 F-16ADF L’Ultima Diana COMBO SHEET 1/72 & 1/32 $14 72097 EA-6B/EA-18G VAQ-129 CONA Send email to thestohrs@aol.com if interested. Postage extra, will mail anywhere on the planet. Will wheel and deal on multiple sheets. Over 3500 decal sheets in stock, email for full current list
  7. Thanks for looking. I am just spitballing on prices here, feel free to make an offer, the worst I will say is, “No, thanks.” Sales only, I am not looking for trades. Please respond via email, I will only periodically read PMs. Email is: cjhamilton AT gmail (you know the rest). Cheers! CJH KITS & DETAIL SET 1/350 Bronco Models USS Independence – LCS-2 $18 Open box, sealed parts Dragon USS Ticonderoga – CG-47 $32 Sealed (cellophane is damaged) Dragon USS Hewitt – DD-966 $30 Sealed 1/144 Minicraft 777-200 ‘Continental Airlines’ $8 Sealed 1/72 Hasegawa Kawasaki T-4 ‘Blue Impulse’ $6 Open box, sealed parts Huma Messerschmitt Me 609 $15 Open box, sealed parts Huma Messerschmitt Me 209 V5 $12 Open box, sealed parts Huma Focke Wulf Trieblflugl $45 Open box, sealed parts Huma Henschel Hs 132 $12 Open box, sealed parts Huma Junkers Ju 287 Bomber $45 Open box, sealed parts 1/48 Academy KF-16D ‘ROKAF Falcon’ $22 Open box, sealed parts (includes JDAMs, smart bombs, and AMRAAMs) Aires Ju-88 A-4 Cockpit Set $18 Sealed Airfix S2B Buccaneer $32 Open box, sealed parts AMT MiG-27 Flogger-D $7 Sealed (cellophane damaged) Classic Airframes TA-4J ‘US Navy’ $30 Open box, all parts present and on sprues ESCI/ERTL MiG-23 Flogger S $8 Sealed Hasegawa F-16B Falcon $18 Open box, all parts present and on sprues Hasegawa F-51D Mustang ‘Korean War’ $13 Sealed Hobby Craft MiG-27 Flogger-D $8 Sealed, but parts sound loose inside. Hobby Craft MiG-27 Flogger ‘Desert Storm’ $8 Sealed Monogram F-4J Phantom ‘MiG Ace’ $8 Open box, 95% parts on sprues, all present Panda F-35 Lightning II ‘NATO Fighter’ $12 Open box, sealed parts (includes JDAMs) Revell A-6E Intruder $13 Sealed Revell F-100 Super Sabre $8 Sealed Revell MiG-25 Foxbat $18 Open box, 95% parts on sprues, all present Revell-Germany MiG-25 Foxbat $8 Open box, sealed parts Tamiya A-1H Skyraider ‘US Navy’ $18 Sealed 1/32 Tamiya A6M5 Zero ‘Type 52’ $75 Sealed DECALS 1/72 SuperScale 72-274 Low-viz US insignia in FS 17038, 36495, 36375 & 36237 $2 SuperScale 72-623 Su-25 Frogfoot – Iran, Iraq, Czech and USSR $3 TwoBobs 72-024 B-1B Seek and Destroy – Elmendorf with nose art (no instructions) $7 1/48 Caracal Decals CD48025 T-45C Part 3 – Shark mouth $10 Cutting Edge CED 48123 Corsair – Nose Art Part 3: F4U-1, F4U-1A and F4U-1D Corsairs $8 Cutting Edge CED 48161 A-4E/F’s Skyhawks – VA-55 & VMA-332 $8 Cutting Edge CED48181 F-105 – Fancy Girls Part 3: F-105D & F’s $22 MAW Decals 48-MAW001 F/A-18D Hornets – VMFA(AW)-224, 121 & 533 $8 Microscale 48-087 F-4B Phantoms – VMFA-312, 323 & MAG-32 full color (missing 5-6 small data decals) $5 Microscale 48-174 F-86D – 469 FIS & 94 FIS $4 Microscale 48-275 F-105D/F – Virginia ANG 149 TFS $5 RepliScale 48-5039 F/A-18 Hornets – VMFA-212 & 232 $5 SuperScale 48-192 A-4M/TA-4J Skyhawks – VMA-211, 331 and USN Composite Sqd. 13 $5 SuperScale 48-416 A-6E Intruders – VA-85, 115 & VMA-533 & 224 w/ Desert Storm Mission Markings $8 SuperScale 48-911 A-10 Thunderbolt II’s – 131FS/104FW & 110FW w/ armament data $5 Third Group 48-032 F-8E Crusaders – VF-194 Red Lightnings & VMF(AW)-333 Shamrocks $5 TwoBobs 48-002 F/A-18A – NSAWC Top Gun Hornets $10 TwoBobs 48-035 AH-1W Cobras – Whiskeys in the Mix $10 TwoBobs 48-037 F-15E – Anaconda Squeeze Play $10 TwoBobs 48-039 F-14B – Red Ripper Muthas’ $10 TwoBobs 48-096 F-14B – VF-103 Jolly Rogers Final Tomcat Cruise $13 TwoBobs 48-113 RF-4C – No-Gun Shoguns $10 TwoBobs 48-127 F-15E – Da’ Heath! $8 1/32 CAM Decals 32-004 F-4B Phantom II – VF-32 Swordsmen $8 CAM Decals 32-017 F-4J Phantom II – VF-41 Black Aces $8 Microscale 32-27 F-4J Phantom II’s – VF-31 Felix the Cat & VF-96 Black Falcons $8 SuperScale 32-134 F-16N/TF-16N Data $3 Yellowhammer 32-07 F-4J Phantom II – VF-96 Cunningham/Driscoll Ace Markings $18 The fine print: Shipping is not included (USPS insured), PayPal only. Will ship worldwide from 09624 (DPO). If you have questions or concerns, please email me before the sale. Given past difficulties, shipping outside of the United States is at your risk (any damage, customs fees, etc., are your responsibility).
  8. I just released the new decal FCM 72046 for for brazilian versions of F-5B/E/F Tiger II in 1/72 scale. This new decal offers complete markings including stencils for two complete aircraft among nine colorful versions. Note: sorry the low quality images, the forum does not allow me better ones or direct links to my files. For better quality images please visit my website at http://www.fcm.eti.br/72.html
  9. Hi Here are my last builds with these two Curtiss fighters from Special Hobby. First, this is the P-40N-5 s/n 42-105233 from the 89th Fighter Squadron / 80th Fighter Group in 1944 and based in Assam, East India. She was painted with Olive Drab and Neutral Grey from the Aqueous Gunze range. Decals came from the box. I added the resin wheels from CMK 72295 and the seat from 72294. Second is the Kittyhawk Mk. Ia AK772 of the No 112 Squadron RAF in spring 1942 somewhere in Libya. The paint came from Gunze for the Dark Earth and Middle Stone and from Xtracrylics for the Azure Blue. Inside the cockpit, I used CMK 72301 side panels and 72293 seat. Both builds will be published in Tamiya Model Magazine French Edition. Comment are welcome. Patrick
  10. Greetings, I am currently about to start work on Trumpeter's 72nd scale Mig-31BM, however there is a huge mis-mold on the inner front part of the canopy, as shown in the pictures below (linked from Britmodeller forums) Sanding and polishing seems like the obvious way, however since it's the inside and there is a lot of detail around, I was wondering if anyone knows a "safe" way or some trick to do it. Thanks
  11. Any of you old-timers out there who've converted from 1/72 to larger scales happen to have a C.T.T. Inc. (Dallas, TX) #9072 flexible clear plastic ruler they're willing to part with? Just overturned a bottle of liquid cement onto mine -- not pretty! Please PM if you've got one. Ed
  12. murad

    T-90 zvezda 1/72

    Zvezda's T90 in 72nd scale #5020 built oob, lovely piece of kit, very very good. single length tracks are a bit problematic but still manageable. Enjoy
  13. herbarnold99

    test - do you see the pic?

    Having some difficulty posting photos, do folks see this shot (1/72 Lublin R.XIII)? thx Herb
  14. Package has been sold. I have a pair of 1/72 kits for sale. I'd like to sell these together. The kits are Hasegawa 00728 1/72 Beaufighter Mk. 21 'Green Ghost' (shrink-wrapped) Tamiya 60770 1/72 Republic P-47D Thunderbolt 'Bubbletop' (open box, sealed bags) The price is $30 for the lot, plus shipping. Since it fits in the box and I'll never build it, I'll throw in an Airfix 1/72 Henschel Hs 129, kit 02032. All kits are in their original boxes. Sorry, but I can only ship to US addresses. For payment, I'll accept any of the following methods: PayPal - must be sent as goods/services Amazon gift card Google Pay (formerly Andriod Pay) Money order Personal check, but will have to wait for it to clear If interested, please contact me via email, as I cannot access the ARC forums during the day - stacey dot brogden at gmail dot com. Thanks!
  15. Anyone familiar with me, especially here on ARC, knows that I’ve been tinkering around with building a 1/72 Saturn model for the better part of five years. (Yes, five.) There have been many starts and just as many stops, all with long stretches of time in between. During that time I’ve learned a lot of new techniques and have been able to produce some 3D models of the Saturn that I’m quite satisfied with. The problem is I didn’t have anything physical to show for all the work, and producing it would be extraordinarily expensive, especially at the resolution that would produce the detail I’m looking for. I do think that it will be an option in the future, especially since SLA Printers are becoming a little more affordable. I guess it would be prudent to start squirreling away some cash for that eventuality … but right now, Johnny wants a rocket. For the past few months, I’ve been building a couple of 1/72 Saturn Vs from Dragon kits. I haven’t been quibbling too much on the horrid inaccuracies, I’ve just been building. Mainly to try to recapture the enjoyment I get from constructing these things, but also to actually have a couple of really cool display pieces for the study. Mind you, I have been adding a few details here and there, but I’ve been mostly just building it OOB and I do have to admit that it’s been a very enjoyable experience. One will be the Skylab 1 launch vehicle and the other, I’m thinking, will represent the Apollo 16 launch vehicle. It's like Michoud on my desk. So far building the two Saturn Vs simultaneously has been a pretty easy affair. You make two sets of parts, then apply two sets of parts. I’m closing in on having both S-ICs ready for final assembly. I’m hoping the S-II will go together in a similar, relaxed fashion … I don’t think it will, but let’s hope. So here’s the crazy bit. I’ve got three Dragon Saturn kits that I’m using for these builds. Since I’m almost completely redoing the way the S-IIs are constructed, I’ll be using a couple of the third kit’s skirt sections to rebuild the forward skirt areas. This is going to leave me with a lot of 5.5” dia. tank sections and other parts. So rather than let those go to waste, I was thinking that I’d build something that was somewhat ludicrous, but really, really cool – a Nova C-8 as proposed for the Apollo Direct Ascent plan. Most tube diameters coincide with schedule 40 PVC/ABS pipe sizes available at the Home Depot, so This may never actually happen, but it would be epic. So yeah, three rockets – I’m going to give it a go. I’ll post soon to catchup to where the build is currently, but in the interim … imagine the eventual end-product looking something like this. Ceiling tiles.
  16. I started this for the Recce Birds, Part Deux GB back in July last year Build thread here . After seeing @Nanook's thread on his Revell build I dusted mine off to continue with it. So I will continue the build here (until I lose interest again ) Hmmm.... 8 months on the side table of doom, not bad! As in my usual manner, I see @Nanook building the same type as me (different scale in this case) I decided to drag mine off the side table of doom (no room on the shelves at the moment) and see where it is at. As I recalled I had to confirm some nose antenna placements and stopped there. Out came the kit and the Pe and I decided to finish installed the antennas. I pretty much sorted out the positions of the antennas and fitted them. Then I realised why I had stopped, the PE antennas in the conversion set are too big, they almost look 1/48 rather than 1/72. I could live with it along the fuselage but they looked far too out of place below the radome. So there placement under the nose was short lived and I replaced them with smaller plastic replacements. They need some cleanup and final shaping after the glue sets. This meant I could use the oversized ones elsewhere. The conversion set is lacking a few extra antennas that have been fitted since it was released. I also added some more plastic replacement on the lower rear fuselage since I found it easier to make replacements out of strip and fit them. I also carved ou the lower surround of the front port door and added a PE part, hinges and door handle have to be installed as well to this and rear port door in due course. Looks like the area needs a tidy up as well. More soon.
  17. murad

    T-64bm

    Hi all, something in braillescale this time, modelcollect's t-64bm bulat. it was built entirely oob for the kit comes with a metal barrel and a whopping 4 frets of photoetch. lovely kit except a couple of issues but nothing major. it was a also a gift from a dear modeller friend - enjoy :)
  18. Bolschoj Phantome

    Yakovlev Yak-7B

    Hey, guys! I present to you my model of Soviet fighter WWII Yakovlev Yak-7B, scale 1/72 , from the kit of the Russian company "Eastern Express". This is a simple and cheap total war plane. The model represents the aircraft of the famous Russian pilot Hero of the Soviet Union major P.A. Pokryshev. This pilot in the 29th guards fighter regiment defended Leningrad from the Nazis during the most difficult time of the blockade. Soviet people starved to death, but did not give up. This aircraft was shown to the people in 1944, when the Museum of defense of Leningrad. The plane got there after it was removed from service. Likely his globally repaired. The aircraft has signs of both early and late modifications of the Yak-7. I have great respect for that pilot and wanted this model to my collection, but colored correctly model this aircraft, I have not seen. The model is going well, the only problem - brittle plastic. I changed the airways, the wheel wells, and the front glass of the cockpit. Sorry for the bad English.
  19. Good Afternoon, I'm getting ready to move this summer, and need to cut down a bit on the stash a bit. Shipping will be at cost from Texas, 78414. I'll ship anywhere if you're willing to pay the costs. Make me an offer on multiples if you are interested in more than one thing. Would be interested in the following in trades: Hasegawa F-111D/E/F Payment via PayPal Only! Thanks. Kits: Hasegawa F-14B "Jolly Rogers VF-103" 00613 - $20 Sold Hasegawa F-14A "Sundowners" 00366 - $20 Sold Fujimi A-6E TRAM Intruder H-13 - $10 Hasegawa F-4G Wild Weasel Ka8 - $25 Fujimi Mig-21 Black Lynx H-21 with Quickboost Resin Spine, Intake and Horz Stabs - $12 Academy F/A-18A Hornet MSIB - $15 Sold Revell F-16A New Tool (Spitfire Commemorative Markings) - $10 Hasegawa Macross Plus VF-11B - $12 Trumpeter Su-30MKK Flanker G - $18 Trumpeter Su-27UB Flanker C - $18 Revell (Hasegawa Rebox) F-15E, I ordered the new tool Hasegawa Strike Eagle Sprues, and they are in the box - $18 Sold Revell (Hasegawa Rebox) P-3C Orion - $25 (2 Available) Fujimi HH-53C Jolly Green Giant S-2 (one external tank is short shot) - $12 Hasegawa F-111C K33 (MSIB) - $25 Resin Lone Star P-3C Firebomber conversion - $15 Sold Decals: Begemot 72-025 Su-27 Flanker Family 1 - $8 Wolfpak 12-17 Thank You - $5 Wolfpak 12-16 Thank You - $5 Wolfpak 72-082 The Dogs of War - $12 Wolfpak 72-104 Death with Finesse (2 Available) - $12 Wolfpak 72-108 Wild Things - $12 Wolfpak 72-109 Blood Sweat and Valor - $12 Wolfpak 72-110 Don't Call Me Shirley - $12 Wolfpak 72-111 Spirits in the Sky - $12 Wolfpak 72-113 Fighting Cocks - $5 Thanks for Looking! Cheers, Hoops
  20. Hello all Looking for a simple project to give the first try at acrylics paints, pulled out this model from the stash. Japanese WWII aircraft are the least of my interest subjects so, in my mind, everything about the zero was well documented and the only topic unsettled was if the hinomaru paint flake off as bad as the rest of the paint or crews keeps it in pristine conditions. I thought a few clicks on google would solve this but instead realized how little I knew. After several months of work in the model, web surfing and two books read finally got it completed, still managed to get some accuracy things wrong but here it is, comments and critiques are always welcomed. Academy kit, CMK cockpit set, Eduard detail set, Aber and Master gun barrels, EZ-line antenna cable. Painted with Tamiya acrylics, Vallejo primer, metallics and flat coating. Weathering with pastel chalks, Tamiya panel line accent, AMMO pigments and oil brushes Regards Carlos
  21. Following the 'comparison' thread - I have made a start on building the Trumpeter 1/72 scale Su-34..... I won't post pics of the sprues - they are available elsewhere and here - just progress photos of the build. The cockpit is quite comprehensive - with a separate door in the rear bulkhead..... but note those ejection pin recesses in the structure behind the seats. Similarly, the nosewheel bay looks accurate - complete with two-parts for the sliding access hatch..... The K-36 ejection seats are quite simplified - I would replace them if the cockpit was open - but they are acceptable given the closed cockpit... Trumpeter even provide the rudder pedals and very nice control collums - decals are provided for the front and side instrument panels - although the starboard panel curled up on me and I couldn't get it straight... Note the rear door - which I have posed open. The nosewheel bay in place - although not mentioned in the instructions, the front access hatch can be clicked in place and made to slide open..... Open.... Closed.... View into the wheel bay.... note the sliding front hatch. Top and bottom fuselage halves glued together..... I have made an attempt at re-profiling the nose to make it sharper - with moderate success...... It isn't 100% - but it looks much better - I might shave a bit more off to make the 'beak' sharper - but without going through the plastic!!... Re-shaped Trumpeter nose compared to the Italeri nose.... More later... Ken
  22. Selling the last released detailing sets of Metallic Details: SR-71 Blackbird. Landing gears (Testors/Italeri) in scale 1/48 - $50.00 Set contains resin and photoetched parts for detailing of central and front landing gears: wheel wells, struts, wheels, landing gear doors. Detailing set for Zvezda kit "Boeing 737" in scale 1/144 - $13.55 Set contains parts for detailing the exterior of the aircraft. Detailing set for Zvezda kit "Boeing 767" in scale 1/144 - $13.55 Set contains parts for detailing the exterior of the aircraft. Detailing set for aircraft model Boeing 747 (Revell) in scale 1/144 - $27.00 Set contains parts for detailing the exterior of the aircraft. Ejection seat K-36DM in scale 1/72 - $4.00 The set contains resin (5 pcs) and photoetched (8 pcs) parts to build 1 seat. MiG-23. Jet nozzle (Trumpeter) in scale 1/48 - $17.00 Set contains 9 resin parts. Two versions in one set. MiG-25 RB/RBT. Jet nozzles (ICM) in scale 1/48 - $22.00 Set contains 14 resin parts.
  23. Hello Here is my most recent build with this 1/72 North American B-45A from Valom. This aircraft was from the 86th Bomb Squadron / 47th Bombardment Wing in 1954 at Sculthorpe RAF Station. The transfers came from a Caracal Models sheet and were very satisfactory. This kit is not for beginners and honestly one is enough. In the end the product is correct and will be published next month in the French magazine "Avion de combat". Patrick
  24. As I am building the latest iteration of the Sukhoi Su-34 - I thought I'd have a go at the earliest version - the T-10V1 Su-27IB. I originally thought of just grafting the original Su-27 tailboom onto the Italeri Su-34 kit - but the biggest problem I faced was filling in the mainwheel wells - they are huge on the Su-34 and cut into the intake sides - the whole area is totally different between the Su-27IB and production Su-34. So I have adopted the method that Sukhoi used - grafting the new side-by-side cockpit section front fuselage onto the rear of a tandem two-seat Su-27UB trainer...... Here's what I mean - the Italeri Su-34 is on the left, the Heller Su-27UB on the right - the blue tape shows where I am making the cuts.... Underside view showing the major difference in the main landing gear wells..... The Italeri Su-34 front end grafted onto the Heller Su-27UB rear end - note the discrepancy in the shape of the spines - fixable with generous applications of Milliput (I hope) Undersides ....... Now all I have to do is graft the Italeri wings onto the Heller fuselage (the Italeri wings are better), fix the intakes (the scallop for the well on the Heller intake is now correct for the Su-27IB - but the intake lower edges are too 'square' and lack the slot in the bottom)....... More later.. Ken
  25. Title pretty much says it all. I am looking for a windscreen for the Heller 1/72 Mirage IV. It's part # 51 in the instructions. I contacted Heller, and they said they no longer had that part in stock. If you have a spare one, even one that's been painted, LMK what you want for it. I am in Florida. PM me or email me direct at lengesath(AT)cox(DOT)net if you can help. Larry
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