login   |    register

Hanger Queen Campaign

  • move
The Hanger Queen Campaign was recent concluded and was themed around part built kits that had been returned to the stash. The Hangar Queen was an aircraft that was used for parts to make other planes operational. For this campaign the builder had to resurrect the Hangar Queen and get it flying again.

Justin McCracken came up with the idea but due to health issues he handed the reins over to Sean Hadfield. Sean continued to lead the campaign with the following 19 ‘Queens’ were completed built by entrants with some outstanding builds:

HH-62 by Sean Hadfield (windysean)
RY-3 by Adam Maas (mykroft)
Seaking by Warren Inman (warreni)
F-4F by Delbert (Delbert)
Hurricane IIc by Rob Storey (29Foxtrot)
F-15J by Neil (RedwingNev)
A-20G Boston by Rob Storey (29Foxtrot)
A-37B by Alcatraz Logan (Vertigo)
AN-12 Cub by Jessica Cooper (Jessie_C)
F-16 by Rob Storey (29Foxtrot)
F-15E by Leo Cascinova (Rebuilda)
Bf109G-10 by Ray Keener (SellSword)
Albatros D.V by Steffen Arndt (Alpha_Tango)
A-4D by Mark Doremus (md72)
Me262 by Jesper (SGTJKJ)
SBD-5 by Mark Doremus (md72)
P-51B Mustang III by Michal Sindera (Mecenas)
C-46 by Matthew Quiroz (Red4)
P-40 by Tom Thompson (Heyload)
  • move
  • move
  • move
  • move
  • move
  • move
  • move
  • move
  • move
  • move
  • move
  • move
  • move
  • move
  • move
  • move
  • move
  • move
  • move

About the Author

About Sean Hadfield (windysean)
FROM: WISCONSIN, UNITED STATES

I picked up model building and HO-scale model trains from my father. I've been working at it now for more than 45 years, always learning more. Although a self-proclaimed cheapskate, I always modify or add to my builds to make them unique and special (for better or worse, ha ha).


Comments

Great job everyone, another 19 models built in the world. Simply adore that Japanese C-46
SEP 29, 2011 - 08:47 PM
Thanks to Justin for kicking this off and Sean for bringing it in.. I managed to get 2 done and I ready for HQ2 to finish off a few more......
SEP 30, 2011 - 07:06 AM
Thia was a great campaign. My MPM 1/72 Me 262 fought me al the way and reminded me why the kit was unfinished in the first place. My build literally went to the trash bin and once to the spares box - without the campaign it would probably have stayed there. In the end it got finished thanks to a well run campaign. Great to participate - looking forward to the next one
OCT 09, 2011 - 05:28 AM