Ken's Model GalleriesScratch-Built Models
Kawasaki Ki-43 Hayabusa, US code name "Oscar"
Scratchbuilt in 1/72 scale
C-46 Commando 1/144 scale built from mahogany
Original Sopwith Pup number A6175 was flown by Lt. R. S. Capon,
B Flight, N.O. 66 Squadron, RFC, April 1917
This model is scratchbuilt in 1/32 scale.
This Fleet Biplane was my first scratch-built model.
Wood Model Kits
Phantom kit by Model Shipways
In 1/96 scale, this model is 13-1/2" long. and 14-1/2" tall.
Kit byModel Shipways.
Muscongus Bay Lobster Smack
Smacks are boats that haul live cargo.
These sloop-rigged boats caught and hauled fish and lobster in Maine during the 19th century.
Today they are built by wooden sailboat enthusiasts.
This model, in 1/24 scale, is 15" long and 14-1/2" high.
It is named "Cypress" in memory of our first dog.
This is a 1/12 scale stagecoach by Artesania Latina.
Chesapeake 17 kayak kit by Midwest.
Bf-109 from the Guillow’s 500 series. Built for display only.
Nakajima Rufe from the Guillow’s 500 series. Display only with hand-carved propeller.
F6F-3 Hellcat from Guillow's kit.
Heavily modified 1/16 scale model.
Plastic Model Kits
A-7 Corsair II, 1/72 scale
F-4G Phantom II Wild Weasel, 1/48 scale.
MIG-31, 1/72 scale
Nieuport 17, 1/32 scale
Ta-152, 1/72 scale
Bell X-1, 1/32 scale
YF-22, 1/72 scale
YF-23, 1/72 scale
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