Was at the MAFVA model show at the Imperial war Museum at Duxford this weekend and shot two videos.
The first one covers the model show and the military vehicle show that was also on. More Landrover’s than the British Army and also some more exotic soft skins including three World war one trucks and a drive through of Duxford’s fire service six wheel Range Rover.
The second video starts with the Spitfire II and shows some of the details that Revell have reproduced like the glass window on the side of the nose which I have never noticed before and in my view the raised detail is spot on.
While at the show we had a test flight of a Spitfire I and B-17 Sally B which did a fly past. Bit juddery photography but you get an idea how impressive seeing these 70 year old aircraft fly was, not something you get at most shows. Also in background a parked up Rutan Vari Eaze and a couple of Tiger Moths doing pleasure flights.