Japanese planes of WW II

Here are some of my Japanese planes.

This is my Hasegawa Ki-84 Hayate/Frank. It is a pretty neat kit, markings are from a different source.

This is the Doyusha/Nitto/Swallow kit of the Hayate, a somewhat simpler kit than the Hasegawa, but stil a pleasure to build, the fit is amazing for such an old kit. Used some spare Hasegawa parts to backdate it to an early version with the massive single exhaust on each side.

This is a Nakajima Ki-43 Hayabusa/Oscar, it is the old Hasegawa kit. The model is painted as being in Royal Thai Air Force.

Hasegawa Ki-44 Shoki/Tojo. Painted as a plane from the defence of Palembang Refineries. Lower side is foiled.

The very old Nitto Yokosuka K5Y-2 Willow (Ata Kombo). This kit is old and I was pleasently surprised by fit all around. My kit was an original Nitto, later issues can be from Swallow and Doyusha. The only real let down is the instrument panels, they did not resemble the real thing, so I made two new different ones for the front and back seat.

An old Revell Mitsubishi A6M5c Zero/Zeke converted into a Nakajima A6M2-N Rufe. Longer span wings scratchbuilt and floats from an ancient Horizon VAC conversion.

Hasegawa Mitsubishi A6M5c with the Eduard etch kit. One of the Pictures in the Rufe section shows the different length of the wings.

A Doyusha A6M2 konverted to a A6M2-K trainer. Cockpit parts were cast from those in the kit and interion modified to fit a two seat trainer.