An excellent site with articles, reviews, an extensive walkaround section and a new joke everyday in the "Test Post Clubhouse". Some of them are actually funny! In all honesty though, they did go through a heavy "let's kick Osama's butt" phase after September 11 which, frankly, got really tedious. Fortunately that seems to have passed. They do have a lot of canadian content which guarantees them hero biscuits in my little world.
They really should rename this site "The 1/48 Luftwaffe Modellers Page" as that seems to be what the majority of the content is focussed on. Nonetheless, still a good site with lots of reference material, modelling articles and a gallery. There's also a large discussion forum and buy & sell postings for both aircraft and armour modellers.
A monthly web magazine with excellent reviews, in box previews, build articles etc. Covers aircraft, ships, armour, cars, figures, decals, accessories, and books. I really like this site but I do have one question: Why do americans insist on spelling 'Modeller' with only one 'L'? Same reason the Brits stick an extra 'i' in aluminum or specialty I guess.
Home of the Sweating Beaver - and if that isn't a reason to visit this site then you need to spend less time in front of your computer.
Jolly old England, where a mysterious creature known as the "Anorak" compiles volumes of train and/or aircraft registrations with no apparent purpose and modellers have an unhealthy obsession with the E.E. Canberra. Why?!?
IPMS Racing & Record Aircraft Special Interest Group
Highly recommended group for anyone with an interest in racing & record setting aircraft. SIG leader Anders Bruun of Sweden puts out an excellent bi-monthly (ish) newsletter called "Bent Throttles". Contact him via the website for more information.
One of the best IPMS sites around, and I'm not just saying that because I have a thing for swedish stewardesses. Sorry, "flight attendants".
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My own little online shop live and on the air! Specialising in WWI and biplanes but ultimately I hope to have a comprehensive stock of all eras and interests. Please check it out, order lots and get me out of my day job!
Really nice 1/72nd scale vac form kits of bush planes from the much neglected Golden Age of aviation. Also produces resin Edo floats and Wright J-6 Whirlwind engines.
The service and selection you get from this polish shop is outstanding and their line of 1/48 perforated .50 caliber gun barrels have to be seen to be believed.
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