The Southern Maryland Scale Modelers meet every third Thursday of the month at 7:00 pm. We currently meet at the NSi, 21513 Great Mills Road, Lexington Park, Maryland.

Everyone is welcome, all we ask is that you bring a project, finished or not, theme or non-theme to share during our Show-N-Tell discussion. Okay, you don't really have to bring a project...

Sunday, November 25, 2012

114: October 2012 Progress Report

A few kits still in work...

This Hasegawa 72nd scale Fw-190A-5 will represent an example sent to Japan for evaluation. The Allied Code Name was "Fred". Steve Workman is cleaning up the step under the out wing panels and will replace the prop/spinner with parts from the Revell of Germany kit.




Tim Holland's Hobby Boss Easy Build 72nd scale P-47D wasn't so easy. He's struggling with filling a very visible seam on what will eventually be a Mexican Air Force P-47D from the 1950's.





This Hasegawa 48th scale F-14A Tomcat is by Nick Kessel>. It is still in the paint booth and represents the 80th Anniversary scheme for VF-14.








Another Hobby Boss P-47, this time in 48th scale and by Steve Lucianetti.









This is a Tamiya 24th scale Ford Escort rally car by Dave Fuller. OOB








Dave also is working on a 24th scale Batbod by Moebius, also OOB.









And Dave's other project is a Trumpeter F3H Demon for the Museum VF-14 project.








Gerry Whiteside is making good progress on his 72nd scale Curtiss SBC-3 Helldiver for the Museum's Tophatters display.






This Italeri 72nd scale Savoia-Marchetti SM.79 is getting the treatment! Nate Switft is adding the Eduard etch set and tackling that always tough Italian paint scheme. Looking great!

















We close the month with Joe Hegedus' 96th scale Revell/Monogram USS Constitution. Wow!





Thanks for reading...


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