Look to the skies! Is it a bird? Is it a plane?
Um yes, it is a plane... three of them as a matter of fact!
After reading a great comparison blog post featuring a double build of an Airfix Mitsubishi Zero fighter and its Tamiya equivalent, I decided to give a multi-build a try!
Seeing as how the Zeroes were already taken (even though I have been given a lovely Tamiya A6m2b kit and was seriously considering doing this project with Imperial Japanese aircraft) I figured I had better choose something else. Being the closet masochist that I am; I've decided to go for THREE individual Focke Wulf fighters at once, each one from a different period in the company's history.
I decided to use a variety of manufacturers for the build settling on an FW190A-8 from Airfix, an FW190D-9 from Academy and a sort of 'Wild Card' in the Revell re-box of the old Frog company TA152-H1 model, a kit that dates back to 1965!!
Here are the individual kits with their contents;
That's it for now - lots more to come on this project!