Tag Archives: Hasegawa

Build Here, Get Gas!

The US Air Force tanker crews have a saying: “No one kicks ass, without tanker gas!”. Well, long before air-to-air refuelling was a common practice, this maxim still held true. The best planes in the world were just so much scrap without fuel! For aircraft dispersed in the field, or operating from more primitive airstrips, […]

Summer’s Last Bounty

With fall in full swing, and cold, rainy weather encroaching on us (at least where I am), I thought it would be a good time to think of nicer weather and get together my haul from the last of the summer’s road trips. It was pretty fun going from Michigan to Hamilton, Ontario, and hitting […]

Build Here, Get Gas!

No matter how good the fighter, bomber or recon plane, it’s utterly useless without gas. That’s just one of the sad truths about aerial warfare. However, I don’t think enough of us stop to think how it gets that gas. We build kits of the planes we like, and since they don’t fly, we don’t […]

Like a Rainbow in the Dark!

Want to see something bright? Check out the Hasegawa Fuji T-1A/B. That thing has a paint job that would make a Rubik’s cube blush! You can see it in the┬áPlanes section of the┬áModel Kits page.