Aircraft of WestFAC 2019!
Folks, we have some pictures of models ready for the day.
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WestFAC 2019 Promises to be a Winner
Aichi Grace by Jonathan Nunez. This from a Diels kit and superbly finished.
Navy T-28 by Tom Arnold. Another from the PT Aviation kit.
T-28 In Air Force livery by Mike Kelly. This one is also from the PT Aviation kit
Bob Hodes sends us his rendition of the Nakajima CN-6 "Myrt". Now that's a huge canopy.
Duke Horn's P-38 from his own design. Built in 2011, it flies well.
Duke Horn's scratch built 50" French Atalante GB-10 sesquiplane. Duke did his own plans.
Aichi Grace from Duke Horn built from a Dumas kit. 30 inch span
Duke Horn's just completed Short Seamew (the prototype version) 28 inch span from an old KeilKraft kit.
Underside of Duke's Seamew showing off the landing gear and flap details
Mike Kelly from San Antonio sends us his renditions of the F-111B for Jet Cat. Well done! They fly scary well...
Mike Kelly's F-111B in sweep back and extended wing versions. If one is good, two are better (or is that gooder?).
Mike Kelly started with the Estes glider and improved them. Great idea.
Mitsubishi M5M "Claude" rendered by Matt King. Matt will be joining us from Massachusetts.
Matt King's Fairey Swordfish. Tough subject but I'm sure he has it nicely trimmed out.
Henry Toews sends photos of his Mitsubishi A6M "Zero". Note the three bladed prop there.
Undersides of Henry Toews Zero. Orange undersides indicates this plane belonged to a training unit.
Canopy detail of Henry's Zero.