Thursday, July 31, 2008

Gimme, gimme, gimme!!!

One of my hobbies, as many of you know from Deb's blog, is collecting 1/72 scale World War 2 Aircraft models. Some I build from kits, some I buy fulling assembled in die-cast metal. My home office has two shelves stuffed with my current collection. B-17's, B-24's, B-25's, P-51's, P-47's (my favorite), Corsairs, Hellcats, Zeros, Stukas, Messerschmitts...

My latest covet:
Not to be released till November though. BLAST!

Incidentally my 40th birthday is October 12th, I will be needing some consolation!

Nothing says, 'I love you, Rob' like a diecast model airplane! I'm just speaking the truth here.



1godsgal said...

40??? Welcome to the ban wagon friend....have to note that on the old pun intended!!!!

Christian Beyer said...

Ah, my favorite pastime as a youth. I learned more about air and sea weapons from Revell than any book.

Tried making one as an adult but my kids ruined it- a B25 Mitchell.

I'm not crazy about too much after WWII. The most beautiful plane that ever flew, IMHO, was the B-17 Flying Fortress. What lines.

My 50th is coming up so I deserve more than just a model.

SirRobert said...


Most of my models are die-cast and pre-built...I know...whats the fun in that.

But like you I am entranced by the beauty of WWII aircraft allied and axis.

you should check this out:

They have many B-17's!