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 21 
 on: November 07, 2019, 08:20:30 AM 
Started by dj898 - Last post by dj898
Stage 1 completed.



Now onto the stage 2 :)

 22 
 on: October 28, 2019, 11:25:39 AM 
Started by jackycat - Last post by thegunny
When was this kit initially released?

The original MG came out in June 1999.

 23 
 on: October 24, 2019, 10:09:47 AM 
Started by Mechworker - Last post by Mechworker
There’s nothing quite like the unknown to get the old imagination cranking. One facet of this from a modelling perspective is to embrace sci-fi subjects. However, there’s another way to go about it, and that’s “What-If” or “whif”-type subjects. Of course, for some of us, both are equally as much fun, and my stack of anime kits and Luft ’46 creations attests to this.

One of the cooler Whifs that’s kind of real, but still not really known, is the stealthy Blackhawk (?) derivative used in the raid on Osama Bin Laden’s compound. Sure, the raid left a tantalizing souvenir in the form of a tail rotor pylon, but even after that, little has come to light about the chopper, and the entire program remains rather closely-guarded.

Amazingly, only Dragon (so far as I know) has bothered to try to kit this famous “boogeyman” of an airplane, and sadly only in  1/144. Still, as far as Whifs go, it’s a pretty cool subject, and the small scale only helps hid that not a lot of detail is known about the bird. Check out my out of box review for it below; make sure you’re wearing a tinfoil hat, though, first!

https://adamrehorn.wordpress.com/model-kits/out-of-box-reviews/dragon-1-144-stealth-blackhawk-oob/



 24 
 on: October 15, 2019, 08:37:03 PM 
Started by jackycat - Last post by Fortens
When was this kit initially released?

 25 
 on: October 10, 2019, 11:16:54 AM 
Started by Mechworker - Last post by Mechworker
Summer is a great time for road trippin’, and nothing makes a trip better than getting some good sprue along the way. I did well on a two-pronged trip in August, and I just got the stuff organized. I thought it would be fun to share my haul from Michigan to Hamilton , Ontario!

Check it out at the link below; if you thought I had eclectic tastes before, well… just think that now I’m going from Barbie Vette to nuclear missile, and all points in between!

https://adamrehorn.wordpress.com/model-kits/scores-and-collections/2019-end-of-summer-haul/[/B



 26 
 on: September 26, 2019, 09:48:26 AM 
Started by Mechworker - Last post by Mechworker
I think this might redefine “labour of love” for me; the BRAT is finally done! It took a lot, and there were so many big and little things that had to be done to get the darned thing together, but I have to say it was all worthwhile.

Since turning one down at the dawn of my interest in car kits, I’ve always wanted a chance to build one of these lovably oddball machines. I got my chance when I picked one up about a year ago, and now it’s done and on my shelf.

Check out my original AMT BRAT, with custom-resized decals in all its chicken-tax-evading glory at the link below, and let me know what you think. Who out there is building the resissue? I’m interested to know if it has the same issues!

https://adamrehorn.wordpress.com/amt-matchbox-1-25-1978-subaru-brat/



 27 
 on: September 12, 2019, 10:41:12 AM 
Started by Mechworker - Last post by Mechworker
When it comes to the Cold War, there’s little more iconic, at least in Europe, than the Avro Vulcan bomber. With an advanced design and powerful engines, the Vulcan was the bomber that looked like a space ship and handled like a fighter. I remember seeing it when I was very young at the London (Ontario, Canada) International Airshow. It was amazing then, and it’s still amazing now, even though XH558 is no longer flying.

Of course, this symbol of British achievement makes a natural subject for a toy from a top British maker. Dinky thought so too, and thus undertook to develop and sell a Supertoys-sized replica of the silver, dart-like bomber in the mid-1950s. Space, jets and all things fast were all the rage, and Dinky thought a Vulcan would be a sure seller. They were right. However, due to a serious oversight, only 500 or so of this mould were ever produced. They were so awesome they LITERALLY broke the mould.

Amazingly, I have (thanks to my brother) managed to get one of these for my collection. If you’ve never seen one before, I’m not surprised. I hadn’t either until I got mine as a Christmas gift. Check out Dinky’s biggest example of “snatching defeat from the jaws of victory” at the link below.

https://adamrehorn.wordpress.com/dinky-toys-supertoys-no-749-992-avro-vulcan/



 28 
 on: September 12, 2019, 10:40:49 AM 
Started by Mechworker - Last post by Mechworker
Thanks man!

I really think that it is a much better looking suit than the original Gyan. I appreciate your feedback; not too many people have commented on this one, but it's one I'm really proud of!

 29 
 on: September 02, 2019, 07:16:18 PM 
Started by Mechworker - Last post by syn 76
Love the colours,great job.

 30 
 on: September 02, 2019, 07:13:54 PM 
Started by momonoart - Last post by syn 76
Most impressive.

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