Some of my completed models that would fit the GAGB - picture heavy.

Joined: August 20th, 2010, 11:34 am

December 9th, 2016, 7:44 am #1

Since a few other guys have posted shots of previous builds - here are a few of mine. Some of these are from the last millennium but most are from this century.
Airfix Bulldog and Aeroclub Gamecock

Heller Dewoitine 510

Aeroclub Fox Moth

Heller and Azur NiD 27, naval and air force.

Rareplane Dewoitine 501

Revell Peashooter

Esoteric Macchi M16

Revell SE5a signwriter

Scratch built Puss Moth from the kit that Vic is building, the PZW something or other


Two Nimrods , one converted from teh Matchbox Fury and one from Esoteric Vacform.

three Matchbox Siskins - lovely kit!!

Matchbox Fury I

Aeroclub Comper Swift and Scratch built Miles Satyr ( the first aircraft built by George and Blossom Miles)

RugRat resin Miles Merlin

Heller Dewoitine 530 conversion

Sopwith Dove built from an AIrfix Pup

Wapiti built from a FROG Wallace

One of my favourites - Heller Potez 540 converted into the airliner version

Another favourite - the Airfix SM79 converted into the SM79T racer

More racers - the 3 DH88 Comets from Airfix and FROG

And finally, and sorry if these bore you , but here is the Rareplane vacform Vega (red one) and the Sword Winnie Mai


Hope these provide some of you with ideas, or inspiration - " I can better than that!!"
Cheers from Downunder. . now i have to sort out what I want to do..
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Joined: July 8th, 2008, 10:57 am

Amazing variety of beautiful models

December 9th, 2016, 8:49 am #2

A veritable museum of Golden Age aviation--inspiring indeed!

Stuart
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Joined: February 27th, 2005, 9:41 am

Oustanding! I too love your Potez.

December 9th, 2016, 8:52 am #3

Since a few other guys have posted shots of previous builds - here are a few of mine. Some of these are from the last millennium but most are from this century.
Airfix Bulldog and Aeroclub Gamecock

Heller Dewoitine 510

Aeroclub Fox Moth

Heller and Azur NiD 27, naval and air force.

Rareplane Dewoitine 501

Revell Peashooter

Esoteric Macchi M16

Revell SE5a signwriter

Scratch built Puss Moth from the kit that Vic is building, the PZW something or other


Two Nimrods , one converted from teh Matchbox Fury and one from Esoteric Vacform.

three Matchbox Siskins - lovely kit!!

Matchbox Fury I

Aeroclub Comper Swift and Scratch built Miles Satyr ( the first aircraft built by George and Blossom Miles)

RugRat resin Miles Merlin

Heller Dewoitine 530 conversion

Sopwith Dove built from an AIrfix Pup

Wapiti built from a FROG Wallace

One of my favourites - Heller Potez 540 converted into the airliner version

Another favourite - the Airfix SM79 converted into the SM79T racer

More racers - the 3 DH88 Comets from Airfix and FROG

And finally, and sorry if these bore you , but here is the Rareplane vacform Vega (red one) and the Sword Winnie Mai


Hope these provide some of you with ideas, or inspiration - " I can better than that!!"
Cheers from Downunder. . now i have to sort out what I want to do..
Oustanding! I too love your Potez.
Cheers,
Mark
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Joined: July 27th, 2009, 4:13 pm

Impressive collection, Graham!

December 9th, 2016, 12:26 pm #4

Since a few other guys have posted shots of previous builds - here are a few of mine. Some of these are from the last millennium but most are from this century.
Airfix Bulldog and Aeroclub Gamecock

Heller Dewoitine 510

Aeroclub Fox Moth

Heller and Azur NiD 27, naval and air force.

Rareplane Dewoitine 501

Revell Peashooter

Esoteric Macchi M16

Revell SE5a signwriter

Scratch built Puss Moth from the kit that Vic is building, the PZW something or other


Two Nimrods , one converted from teh Matchbox Fury and one from Esoteric Vacform.

three Matchbox Siskins - lovely kit!!

Matchbox Fury I

Aeroclub Comper Swift and Scratch built Miles Satyr ( the first aircraft built by George and Blossom Miles)

RugRat resin Miles Merlin

Heller Dewoitine 530 conversion

Sopwith Dove built from an AIrfix Pup

Wapiti built from a FROG Wallace

One of my favourites - Heller Potez 540 converted into the airliner version

Another favourite - the Airfix SM79 converted into the SM79T racer

More racers - the 3 DH88 Comets from Airfix and FROG

And finally, and sorry if these bore you , but here is the Rareplane vacform Vega (red one) and the Sword Winnie Mai


Hope these provide some of you with ideas, or inspiration - " I can better than that!!"
Cheers from Downunder. . now i have to sort out what I want to do..
Some rather nice scratchbuilts among them! Love the Puss Moth in particular. I think your Heller Dewoitines are MS 225 and MS 230 respectively
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Joined: February 28th, 2005, 4:18 am

Very nice collection

December 9th, 2016, 3:12 pm #5

Since a few other guys have posted shots of previous builds - here are a few of mine. Some of these are from the last millennium but most are from this century.
Airfix Bulldog and Aeroclub Gamecock

Heller Dewoitine 510

Aeroclub Fox Moth

Heller and Azur NiD 27, naval and air force.

Rareplane Dewoitine 501

Revell Peashooter

Esoteric Macchi M16

Revell SE5a signwriter

Scratch built Puss Moth from the kit that Vic is building, the PZW something or other


Two Nimrods , one converted from teh Matchbox Fury and one from Esoteric Vacform.

three Matchbox Siskins - lovely kit!!

Matchbox Fury I

Aeroclub Comper Swift and Scratch built Miles Satyr ( the first aircraft built by George and Blossom Miles)

RugRat resin Miles Merlin

Heller Dewoitine 530 conversion

Sopwith Dove built from an AIrfix Pup

Wapiti built from a FROG Wallace

One of my favourites - Heller Potez 540 converted into the airliner version

Another favourite - the Airfix SM79 converted into the SM79T racer

More racers - the 3 DH88 Comets from Airfix and FROG

And finally, and sorry if these bore you , but here is the Rareplane vacform Vega (red one) and the Sword Winnie Mai


Hope these provide some of you with ideas, or inspiration - " I can better than that!!"
Cheers from Downunder. . now i have to sort out what I want to do..
One small labelling mistake. The second image isn't a Heller Dewoitine 510. It's a Heller Morane-Saulnier MS.225.

I'm not a kit builder. I'm a styrene butcher.
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Joined: August 20th, 2010, 11:34 am

OOPS!

December 9th, 2016, 7:54 pm #6

Some rather nice scratchbuilts among them! Love the Puss Moth in particular. I think your Heller Dewoitines are MS 225 and MS 230 respectively
OOPS!
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Joined: August 20th, 2010, 11:34 am

Double OOPS!

December 9th, 2016, 7:54 pm #7

One small labelling mistake. The second image isn't a Heller Dewoitine 510. It's a Heller Morane-Saulnier MS.225.
Double OOPS!
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Joined: October 9th, 2011, 2:39 pm

Graham that is a beautiful collection! My heads still....

December 12th, 2016, 1:27 am #8

Since a few other guys have posted shots of previous builds - here are a few of mine. Some of these are from the last millennium but most are from this century.
Airfix Bulldog and Aeroclub Gamecock

Heller Dewoitine 510

Aeroclub Fox Moth

Heller and Azur NiD 27, naval and air force.

Rareplane Dewoitine 501

Revell Peashooter

Esoteric Macchi M16

Revell SE5a signwriter

Scratch built Puss Moth from the kit that Vic is building, the PZW something or other


Two Nimrods , one converted from teh Matchbox Fury and one from Esoteric Vacform.

three Matchbox Siskins - lovely kit!!

Matchbox Fury I

Aeroclub Comper Swift and Scratch built Miles Satyr ( the first aircraft built by George and Blossom Miles)

RugRat resin Miles Merlin

Heller Dewoitine 530 conversion

Sopwith Dove built from an AIrfix Pup

Wapiti built from a FROG Wallace

One of my favourites - Heller Potez 540 converted into the airliner version

Another favourite - the Airfix SM79 converted into the SM79T racer

More racers - the 3 DH88 Comets from Airfix and FROG

And finally, and sorry if these bore you , but here is the Rareplane vacform Vega (red one) and the Sword Winnie Mai


Hope these provide some of you with ideas, or inspiration - " I can better than that!!"
Cheers from Downunder. . now i have to sort out what I want to do..
spinning at the variety and quality and quantity of all these builds of yours, awesome!!

Jon

I know I aint doing much, doing nothing means a lot to me
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