Big George Brown does up a new Airfix 1:48 Boulton Paul Defiant.
Randy Cooper continues t fascinate and amaze with one his latest scratched creations, The Ghost in 1:96 scale.
Larry Williams 1:1 scale figure taking photo.
This is by Tom Milne – Hasegawa 1:48 kit and build of a Aichi D3A-1 Val.
Frank Stansell goes multiple on these interesting WWI subjects in 1:72.
Randy Cooper brought in these guys – they look mean.
Another Frank Stansell?
Terry Kirkpatrick’s ode to Bastogne.
Possibly Terry Kirkpatrick’s Akagi – but don’t hold me to it. 1:700.
A Charles Hess production in 1:700 – some Japanese aircraft carrier of Pearl harbor infamy.
Pelikans at our last 2016 meeting and second-to-last meeting at our museum which closes at the end of January 2017.
Charlie Hess, is this your Arizona?
Tom Milne also brought in this 1:48 Hasegawa kit of a Nakajima B5N-2 Kate.
Charlie Hess does up a Zero.
Steve Sobieralski’s little tiny Midget Sub in 1:96 – scratch built – really Steve?
Frank Stansell’s cool little motor bike in 1:6
Terry K does this unknown US Destroyer in 1:700.
A Corellian Corvette Gunship again fashioned and made in amazement by Randy Cooper. Dude, do you ever run out of creativity?
Hello German airplane!
The divine Jesus Ramos did up this cool 1:72 Fu, er, Fokker by Dragon.
Continuing in on stuff, Jesus does it again with this Tamiya 1:700 IJM Chikuma OOB.
George Hecht goes BIG again with another Chinese built airplane.
Not wanting those Chinese kids to miss out on Christmas, George Hecht continues to support the cause with this HUGE P-40.
Big Al Vaccaro whips up this Santa conversion in 1:35 for a future diorama.
Terry K brought these two Ja[anese planes but states on the model info slip that he’s too old to remember what they are. And I am too ignorant to help.
Terry K does up either a Pennsylvania or Arizona in 1:700 from Revell. He did not know which was which.
At the November meeting we elected new officers for the new year:
President – William Finley
Vice President – Mike Hanson
Treasurer – Jesus Ramos
Secretary / Chapter Contact – Bill Malick
Many thanks to these members for volunteering to represent the Pelikan club, and to the outgoing officers for they’re last year of service.
The latest issue of the Pelkan Club newsletter – Pelikan Droppings – is now available. Includes an IPMS Nationals report as well as other great articles and walk-arounds. We’d really like to see more of our members contribute, so if you have something to share, let us know!
Find it here:
Pelikan Droppings Newsletters