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Build Review of ICM's 1/24 scale Model T Roadster

Posted by on May 2nd 2018

The Ford Model T was a cheaper variety of automobile at the time it was released in the early 20th century, making it an early vehicle that could be mass-produced and mass-owned by those across America. With over 15 million Model T's sold during its years of production, it is the most popular car of its time. This 1913 Model T Roadster model kit is manufactured by ICM Models out of Ukraine. One of their early forays into the model car game, it provides a great entry to intermediate … read more
​5 Tips For Building a Plastic Model Kit

​5 Tips For Building a Plastic Model Kit

Posted by on Nov 2nd 2017

One of the things that attracts so many hobbyists to scale modeling is the fact that you can start with thousands of pieces, some basic tools, and from that, bring something truly incredible to life! Not only is it fun to work on a project, it’s also rewarding to see the final product. But there’s more to model building than throwing some plastic or wooden pieces together with glue and then slopping on a coat of paint. So, to help any modeler in need, we’ve put together these tips to help … read more

​Top 8 Selling Model Aircraft from 2016

Posted by on Dec 16th 2016

As always model aircraft were some of the best-selling plastic model kits of 2016. This year we saw an increase in new tooling from some old and new manufacturers, culminating in a “year in review” that is hard to beat. Aircraft modelers of all ages have been stupefied by the quality of some of these new kits. Below are the seven top-selling model aircraft kits of 2016. Which ones do you have?1/32 Cessna L-19/O1 Bird Dog (Roden, ROD619)Used by the US Air Force for over two decades, the Bir … read more

Customer Builds: Brad Hair and Brian Gentry

Posted by on Aug 17th 2016

This week's customer builds come from Brad Hair and Brian Gentry.Brad built Atlantis' Flash Gordon with a modified helmet. Build on a BHP vacuform rocket ship base, he airbrushed the figure with acrylics and inks to get this beautiful finish.Brian built this 1957 Chevy using an AMT Body, Revell's Bob Glidden Thunderbird chassis, and scratch built the cage -- fully plumbed and wired! … read more