Review: Revell 1/144 Boeing 747-400 Ed Force One

In 2016 Revell Germany released a 'new' Boeing 747 kit: Ed Force One. It is named after their mascot Eddie that is featured on many of their album art and in concerts. It was flown by front man/lead-vocalist Bruce "The Air Raid Siren" Dickinson during their The Book of Souls World Tour. 

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Review: Italeri 1/9 Triumph 3HW

While looking around for a kit of the old (or new) Triumph Bonneville I stumbled upon this kit. The Triumph 3HW was a 350 cc motorcycle designed for the British Army. Based on a old ESCI kit it's in a scale that I've never seen before: 1/9. This means you'll get a rather large motorcycle out of it. No problemo. Italeri released all other motorcycles made by ESCI: The Harley Davidson Liberator and the BMW R75 with sidecar.

Review: Revell 1/144 F-19 Stealth Fighter

This is one of those kits you find in your local shops bargain bin for a few Euros. It simple, it's small and it's bad. in fact it's so bad the instant you open the box you know how bad it's going to be by just looking at it for just a second. But to me this is 'one of those' kits that I just need to have because I had a Micro Machines F-19 toy as a kid (which was probably based on Monogram's F-19A 'Spectre')

Review: Takom 1/144 Landkreuzer P1000 Ratte

Sometimes you hope a manufacturer will release that one vehicle you had in mind but nobody did. Enter the infamous Ratte. This land battleship has been on my mind ever since I started building plastic models. To my great surprise Takom has released a 1/144 scale model of it. And now there is a 1/72 kit of this released by Modelcollect. Now if only someone would release a Focke-Wulf Triebflügel please..