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  1. Straight from the box, the Hasegawa kit is still a nice little model, even 20 years after it first came out. It would have been nice if the canopy could be posed open, but the fit of the individual parts is excellent.
  2. Good friends Here I bring you one of my first dioramas that I made several years ago. The main model is the F-16C Fighter Fighting Falcon which is being reviewed by operators. The whole set is made to 1/48 scale of the Hasegawa brand. To make this representation I wanted to include a set of missiles and another of track technicians. https://youtu.be/i0uWAmTss2c Greetings and I hope you like it
  3. Looking at another large scale kit this week with Hasegawa's KI61-1 Tony in 1/32nd scale with marking for the series Shidenkai no Maki.
  4. I have the following kits for sale from Abilene, TX (79606). Since this is a purge, I am not interested in any trades other than a WingNut Wings Roland D.VIa (32022). All of my kits have all of the parts still attached to the sprues unless otherwise noted. I can accept money order or PayPal...'friends and family' is always appreciated but not required. HASEGAWA 1/32 N1K2-J Shiden-Kai "late" sealed (George) -- $42 REVELL 1/32 Hawker Hunter FGA Mk.9 -- $22 TRUMPETER 1/32 MiG-23MF Flogger B -- $82 EDUARD 1/48 MiG-21PFM -- $40 1/48 F-4B "Good Morning Da Nang!" -- $86 TAMIYA 1/48 Il-2m3 Shturmovik -- $37
  5. Best to text me at Five63Five83Five089 if you want first dibs or additional info and pics. Shipping is at cost per weight and zip Code, USPS. PayPal only. $45-1/32 Messerschmitt Bf109G-14 kit#St18 (Eric Hartmann) + Eduard Luftwaffe seat belts + Eagle Cals EC#36 The Blond Knight (90%) $35-1/32 Kawasaki Ki61-I Hei Heineken (Tony) Bonus Capt. Teruhiko Kobayashi metal figure. Get both for $70
  6. Best to text me at Five63Five83Five089 if you want first dibs or additional info and pics. Shipping is at cost per weight and zip Code, USPS. PayPal only. $40- Hasegawa F86F-30 Sabre USAF: + Cutting Edge seamless intake + Cutting Edge decals F-86A/F Sabres part 2 "The Huff" and "Lady Luck" $25 - Hasegawa 1/48 Hurricane Mk.II "Eagle Squadron" #09510 + Eduard canopy mask $75- Hasegawa F/A-18F Super Hornet (Pt-38) + Black Box resin cockpit set #CS 48008 + Wolf Pack resin LAU -117/A Maverick launchers + Steel Beach black intake covers #SB217 black + Eduard canopy masks + Fightertown decals VFA-103 Jolly Rogers First Combat Cruise (partial) + Afterburner Decals F/A-18 E/F data and stencils $75- 1/48 Hasegawa F-4E Phantom II 'IDF' #09566 + True Details resin MB Mk-7 Ejection Seats + 3rd Wire Models resin PW J79-17 Long nozzles and cans. + Cutting Edge resin F-4J Seamless Intakes + Cutting Edge decals Israeli Phantoms #CED48004a
  7. S&H is additional, US only, paypal only, please contact me directly at mholly_27@hotmail.com I'm in NYC. Mario 1/72 1. Choroszy resin Koshiki-2 Experimental Fighter, $15 2. Cyber Hobby Aichi D3A1 Val, Midway 1942, $12 3. Hasegawa 1/200 MX3 Kawasaki C-1 Ske version, $5 4. Hasegawa Kawanishi H8K2 Emily old issue, $10 5. Hasegawa 00877 F-15J Eagle Air Combat Meet 2007, $13 6. Hasegawa K138 F-15J Eagle Mystic Eagle IV 204Sq pt.1, $13 7. Hasegawa 00725 Fuji T-3 Shizuhama special 2004, 2 in 1, $13 8. Hasegawa D12 Kawasaki T-4 JASDF, $5 9. LS Mitsubishi G3M1 model 11 Nell, $5 10. Revell Kawasaki Ki-45 Toryu “Nick”, $15 11. Revell Nakajima J1N Gekko “Irving”, $15 12. Revell Yokosuka P1Y1 “Ginga” Frances, $25 13. Revell Nakajima Ki-49 “Donryu” Helen, $25 1/48 1. Fine Molds, Mitsubishi A5M2a later version Kansen/Claude, $25 2. Hasegawa, Kawanishi N1K1-Ja Shiden/George, $15 3. Hasegawa, Nakajima A6M2-N Rufe, $18 4. Mania, Nakajima Ki-27 Nate, $10 5. Tamiya, Nakajima J1N1 type 11 late Gekko/Irving, $22 6. Tamiya, Mitsubishi G4M1 Ishirikko/Betty, $40
  8. While waiting for some parts for the Sukhoi and to take some pauses from it too, I decided to tackle a fast, straight forward build. I've been wanting to build this jet since I really love colorful schemes and with this one I'm pretty much served! I think most of you know the kit itself so on to the pics The box art The decals Hasegawa gives you the option to paint the red parts or use the whole decal, so you can actually build two models out of this sheet, I went for painting the red parts The build, as I said, is straight forward I wanted to have a close canopy with pilots inside to give figures a try! I really suck at it! Hope you like it
  9. I'm building a Hasegawa G-14 and remembered that a long time ago I probably donated my kit's drop tank to a friend... We can make it as a trade or sale, but I'm open to donations - but I'll pay postage through PayPal, of course. Cheers from Brazil and TIA, Sergio Menezes :)
  10. Hello guys, heres my AH-64E in 1/48 scale. The model is OOB except for some antennas that were scratchbuilt. Paints are acrylic Model Masters and weathering was done using Tamiya weathering set A and AK sand wash. Hope you all like it. Rod.
  11. Hello all, I am looking for the fuselage parts A4 and B4 and the airbrake parts C3 and C4 from the 1/48 Hasegawa F-104G kit. Screwed it a little while trying to install a Resin cockpit... Thanks for looking. Thomas
  12. I'm thinking of trying to pick up Quick boost's OH-6A conversion. I saw (somewhere) that the Academy kit is recommended. If the Academy and Hasegawa kits are essentially the same plastic then I'll probably pick up whichever is cheaper. For some reason the Minicraft/Hasegawa releases seem to go cheaper. I remember building both of the earlier Hasegawa releases back when they first came out and I remember them as being pretty basic kits that went together pretty well. TIA
  13. Hi all! Here is my latest completed project, the Hasegawa F-14A Tomcat in NSAWC "Flanker" adversary scheme, NAS Fallon 1999. As you know, this is the notorious Hasegawa Tomcat. This is my second one, and I learned quite a bit from my first try. I deviated from the directions in three key places: 1. Intake Assembly 2. Fuselage Join 3. Beaver Tail Attachment Basically what I did was to install the intake trunking BEFORE putting the inner ducting in. This allowed me to get a fantastic join of the intake trunking, which gave me fits last time. For the fuselage join, I cut out the rear bulkhead of the forward fuselage, and attached the completed forward fuselage to only the upper portion of the rear fusleage pancake. Also gave me a much better fit than last time. Third, attach the upper portion of the beaver tail to the upper portion of the fuselage pancake, and attach the lower beaver tail to the lower fuselage pancake. This was a HUGE improvement from the last time. The fit was almost perfect doing it this way. I used quite a mix of paints on this. Both grays are Gunze Aqueous, the light blue and white are Mr Paint, and the dark blue is Model Master. I am a bit disappointed as I used too light of a light blue, but I think it still looks pretty cool. Just a bit too light. :-) Decals are Fightertown Decals, and they are really fantastic. The fact that this aircraft is devoid of almost all stencils was a nice plus. LOL Other aftermarket additions are the Verlinden Cockpit Set, Steel Beach Naca Vent, and Master Pitot, and the Hasegawa Weapons Sets C and D for the probe and sidewinder. Anyway, I hope you like! Kit: 1/48 Hasegawa F-14A Tomcat PT46 Decals: Fightertown Decals "Top Gun, Best of the Best" 48077 Aftermarket: Master Model Pitot, Verlinden Cockpit Set, Steel Beach NACA Vent, Hasegawa Weapons Set C and D Paints: Gunze Mr. Surfacer Black 1500 (primer base), Tamiya Liquid White Primer (for marble coat), Gunze Aqueous FS 36375 Light Ghost Gray, and FS 36320 Dark Ghost Gray , Mr Paint FS 35450 Air Superiority Blue and FS 17875 Insignia White, ModelMaster FS 35109 Aggressor Blue, Tamiya Rubber Black, Clear Red, Clear Green, Clear Yellow, and Smoke, and Alclad II Gloss Black Primer, Hot Metal Violet, Hot Metal Blue, Airframe Aluminum, and Burnt Iron. Future Gloss coat for decals and Future+Tamiya XF-21 Flat Base 6:1 ratio for final matte coat. Mig Ammo Deep Gray panel wash.
  14. Looking at a special release F6F-5 Hellcat kit from Hasegawa in 1/48th scale with marking from Leiji Matsumoto's series "The Cockpit."
  15. Main Trade Interests: see list below USA only - paypal preferred but money orders OK too. Shipping (to be added) from 47130 CONTACT: brian (at) printingservices2 (dot) com FS/FT-- Hobbyboss F3H-2 Demon kit (includes free Eduard canopy mask) - $25 Hasegawa P-40E Warhawk kit Kit JT86 - $20 SOLD Trumpeter 1/350 USS San Francisco cruiser kit ('42) - includes free 20mm AA gun photo-etch Master Details (brass/PE) - $35 Trumpeter 1/48 PLAAF J-5 (export built Mig-17) kit - $20 SOLD Cutting Edge 1/48 A1 Skyraider resin prop set - $10 Airwaves 48th F-4 Phantom II photo etch wingfold set - $5 Hudson & Allen 1/35 USMC decal stencil/codes for equipment - $10 Academy 1/35 US Machine Gun set - $5 Hudson & Allen 1/35 Barbed Wire - $8 Archer Transfers 35th British 7th,11th, 79th Div uniform patches AND British uniform rank insignia decals - $10 Main Trade Interests: (you can suggest other trade items too but you're wasting your time with anything 72nd scale, Armor/Dio/Figures, Anime or SciFi, Luftwaffe any scale Tallyho decals 48th P-38 Lightning (the one with markings for Beautiful Lass) Hasegawa 48th Japanese Ki-44 'Tojo' kits 09177 OR 09301 Hasegawa 48th Japanese N1K2-J 'George' kits 07346 OR 09074 FineMold 48th detail sets for A7M 'Sam' or D4Y 'Judy' Hobbyboss F8F-2 Bearcat
  16. A Hornets Nest

    Greetings, I built a Hasegawa Hornet several years ago and remember it being a fun build that went together with few problems. I had a Hobbyboss A model, another Hasegawa D model and the new Kinetic C model in the stash so I decided to get them all done. I had the Afterburner decals for VFA-87 War Party that I used on the 1st Hasegawa and there were plenty left over so I used them on the Hobbyboss Kit to build an A+. I am not up to date on my Hornet specifics so I relied on the Hobbyboss instructions for the build. Obviously that was a mistake. There were some antennas that got put on the kit that I later found out don't belong on an A+ model. I'm sure you Hornet fans will pick those out. Other than that the kit goes together easy enough and has nice surface detail that some might find a little exaggerated. The one thing that stands out to me and it may be builder error is the main landing gear wheels stand too wide when compared to the other kits. The tires almost touch the inboard wing tanks. I did a panel line wash with diluted oil paint, and over painted some areas to give the impression of touch up painting that goes on during a long cruise. Models Master enamels were used for the painting. The Hasegawa D kit got a little more attention to detail. I got the Wolfpack update kit to supplement the kit. I also installed seamless intakes from Sierra Hotel Models. All those parts were excellent. The markings were from MAW Decals, MAW Hornets Part II and they were excellent too. I tried a new product for me that I like on this kit. Tamiya Panel Line Accent. I put this on over a lacquer gloss coat. It flows nicely and wipes of cleanly with turpenoid. Same touch up painting and Model Master paints like the Hobbyboss kit. The Kinetic kit was built out of the box with the kit decals. Again VFA-87. I like the surface detail of the Hasegawa and Hobbyboss kits more than the Kinetic but the Kinetic kit does have more build options for wing folds, if you like to do that. The wing trailing flaps also seem to be a bit more secure when assembled. The kit decals are from FighterTown decals and they were excellent. I kept this one pretty clean since is the CAG plane. Just the panel accents. Same Model Master paints. Enough words here are some pictures. Hobbyboss F/A-18A+ VFA-87 Golden Warriors Hasegawa F/A-18D VMFA-121 Green Knights Kinetic F/A-18C VFA-87 Golden Warriors Family Photo
  17. Hello all, I have the Aires cockpit and the burner cans for the 1/48 Hasegawa F-18 kit. Does anybody of you have any experience, on how it fits the Kinetic kit? If these do not fit, I want to sell the with the Hasegawa kit. Thanks. Thomas
  18. Hi friends This is the ultimate Viper FACH (Fuerza Aerea de Chile), scale 1/EGG, modified from the Hasegawa kit. The modifications were: vacuform canopy, duplicate pilot in resin, birdslicers, spine, extended nozzle, fuel tanks and armaments transformed to scale 1/EGG: My son Nicolás helped with Photoshop to make the in flight potos. Thanks Nicolás!! Hope you like it NECSAC In Flight Landed Superdetailing the cockpit The Box Art
  19. Taking a look at a classic, with Hasegawa's 1/48th scale RF-4E Phantom kit in Hellenic markings.
  20. Hi everyone! Back again to share my latest completed project, the 1/48 Hasegawa A-4M Skyhawk in Lo-Viz VMA-131 Diamondbacks markings from 1993. had the bright idea to add the Aires cockpit... what a mistake that was! I had only a couple of months ago used my first Aires pit (on a Tamiya F-16C Aggressor), and while it did take some work to fit, was not too much of a hassle. This one was nothing but a hassle. It took me more than an entire week to just get it to sorta fit in there. I had to hack up the plastic sides, the nose gear well, and the pit itself to shoehorn it in. Considering it usually take me just over three weeks to build an entire kit, a week fitting a cockpit alone is a huge time sink for me. So if you are considering the Aires cockpit for the Hasegawa A-4, DON'T. You have been warned! LOL I will not buy another Aires pit, however I will still use the ones I currently already have. The issue with the cockpit really took the wind out of my sails, and I must admit I rushed the construction a bit. So the seams and steps are not all perfectly attended to. All pics I have seen of this exact bird show it to be rather dirty and worn, so I tired to replicate that. I am happy with how the weathering turned out, despite the fact it is rather heavy. Kit: 1/48 Hasegawa A-4M Skyhawk Decals: Furball Aero Design "Lo Viz Devil Dog Scooters" Aftermarket: Aires A-4M Cockpit set, Hasegawa Weapons Sets A and B Paints: Gunze Mr. Surfacer Black 1500 (primer base), Tamiya Liquid White Primer (for marble coat), Gunze Aqueous FS 36495 Light Gray, FS 36375 Light Ghost Gray, FS 36320 Dark Ghost Gray, Tamiya Rubber Black, Clear Red, Clear Green, and Smoke, and Alclad II Gloss Black Primer, Airframe Aluminum, and Burnt Iron. Future Gloss coat for decals and Future+Tamiya XF-21 Flat Base 6:1 ratio for final matte coat. Mig Ammo Deep Gray panel wash. Now on to the pics, I hope you like!
  21. Need some help. I've got a couple 1/72 A-37's I'm starting and wondering if any kind soul would happen to have the decals for the 19th TASS, 51st TFW out of Osan Korea from either the Academy "Black Eagles" kit #1672 or the Hasegawa kit #00142 they would be willing to sell? Thanks for any help.
  22. Hello all, These are my hornets I've been slowly working on lately. Im new to the scene and would appreciate any feedback or tips on how I can improve as an aircraft modeller. let me know what you think. thanks.
  23. S&H is additional, paypal only, US only. Please contact me directly at mholly_27@hotmail.com I'm in NYC. TIA Mario 1. Airfix De Havilland DH.82a Tiger Moth, $4 2. A&W 1/144 resin Shin-Meiwa US-2 JMSDF, $15 3. Choroszy resin Koshiki-2 Experimental Fighter, $15 4. Cyber Hobby Aichi D3A1 Val, Midway 1942, $12 5. Fine Molds Mitsubishi A6M2 model 21 Zero, $20 6. Fujimi H-1 Boeing Vertol KV-107II-4 JGSDF, $12 7. ICM Kawaski Ki-10-II Perry, $5 8. Hasegawa 1/200 MX3 Kawasaki C-1 Ske version, $5 9. Hasegawa Kawanishi H8K2 Emily old issue, $10 10. Hasegawa Mitsubishi G4M1 Betty, $8 11. Hasegawa 00877 F-15J Eagle Air Combat Meet 2007, $13 12. Hasegawa K138 F-15J Eagle Mystic Eagle IV 204Sq pt.1, $13 13. Hasegawa 1001 Lockheed F-104J Starfighter JASDF, 2 available, $7 each 14. Hasegawa 00088 Mitsubishi F-2A production model no.1/no.2, $9 15. Hasegawa 00393 Mitsubishi F-2B 4th Air wing, $10 16. Hasegawa 00725 Fuji T-3 Shizuhama special 2004, 2 in 1, $13 17. Hasegawa D12 Kawasaki T-4 JASDF, $5 18. LS Mitsubishi G3M1 model 11 Nell, $5 19. Platz AC-13 Mitsubishi T-2 Blue Impulse, $18 20. Sword Nakajima Ki-44-II Shoki, $12
  24. Happy Easter and good afternoon, I'm taking a look at my 1/72 scale Hasegawa F-20, and the external fuel tanks included in the kit, both underwing and centerline do not look right shapewise or size. The centerline tank looks much too long and skinny, and while the underwing tanks look better, they do not have the right upturned tail section as I see on those F-20 pictures that I have found. Can anybody provide me with accurate measurements for those large tanks? The seem to be the same tanks used by both the F-20 and the F-5E. Barring that, those tanks included in the AFV Club and Freedom Model kits look pretty good based on what I've seen on pictures online. If anybody has one of those handy and would be willing to give me the measurements on those, I'll convert and it will be close enough in 1/72. Cheers and thanks for looking, Hoops
  25. Hasegawa TBF Avenger Egg Plane Review/Preview

    Late getting this posted due to a couple of hectic work days back to back, but this week we have an older boxing of Hasegawa's TBF Avenger egg plane.
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