Tag Archives: Frog
Some classic aircraft get kitted again and again, with every maker churning out versions ad nauseum. Then, there are those planes that are really lucky to be able to get a kit at all. These are the forgotten, obscure or worse yet, useless. There is a third type: an obscure type that has one kit […]
How exciting is it to be told you’re getting a surprise in the mail? It’s very exciting, especially when you know that the surprise is model kits, and that the person sending them has a pretty good read on what it is that you appreciate in a kit. Of course you out there know that […]
Long before the Meteor name was used for both a car and a ramjet-powered missile, the British hung the appellation on their first operational jet fighter. Seeing as the Meteor was so groundbraking, there have been many kits of it, some great, some not so much. See what you would get in the FROG 1/72 […]
For those who want a taste of some Luft ’46 craziness, check out my missile-toting He-219 G5/RT. Made from the old FROG Uhu kit, the Vielfrass (wolverine) is a What-If version of Heinkel’s famous night fighter reimagined for anti-radar duties. Its’ in the What If section of the Planes page!
Digging through my stash, I came up with this golden oldie! Fire up the Wayback machine, because it’s time to take a look at an Out of Box Review for the FROG D0-335 Pfeil! This old kit is actually quite nice and very interesting, being the trainer version! Check it out!
Frog’s offering of the Focke-Wulf Ta 152H was the first of many, and by no means the best. However, let’s turn back the clock and take a look at this ancient replica of Tank’s ulitmate fighter; you’ll be surprised at just how NOT bad it is! It’s to be found in the Planes section, of […]