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Hartmann's 'White 1'
George_ posted a topic in Ready for Inspection - AircraftHello everyone, Bf109 G-14 by AZ model, not a great kit but it was cheap Added small PE set for cockpit and vacu canopy. Decals are by Peddinghaus, which were sadly not very good; you can see thru the white and they have some inaccuracies Also carrier film is not pre-cutted so you have be careful when cutting them out Airbrushed with AK Real colors Weathering done with oil paints and crayons Enjoy! George
Hungarian Bf 109G-14/U2
Luka posted a topic in Aircraft WWIIHi all, Is the scheme below legit? I stumbled across some profiles of this plane, all three more or less the same, but could not find a photograph of this one. With the usual suspicion of 'never blindly trust a colour profile' I do not recall ever seeing a photo of a G-14 (Beule on the cowling, Erla Haube and wooden tail) with Hungarian markings at all; only G-10's or G-6's. Can someone shed some light on this enigmatic bird? The only info I found is that it was of the 101 Fighter group and that it was stationed in Germany, April 1945. The half-retracted tailwheel is a bit suspect, but another profile shows an antenna behind the canopy and a non-retractable tailwheel. Cheers, Luka
A Schwarm of Hasegawa Bf109Gs
Jens posted a topic in Messerschmitt Bf109 STGBHi all, I have been allowed to participate in this GB despite the current state of the Hasegawa 1/48 Bf109s I am entering. Thanks, I really appreciate it. Some years ago I started collecting Hasegawa Bf109s, and I now have most of the issues. I didn't just collect them, I also built some of them (and started building even more). This is why I have a bunch of Bf109s waiting for me to finish them, and this is what I will try to do now. This is the current stateof my bunch: Two G-4s (Italian AF issue): And a number of G-6/G-14s of various issues (but how many?): The G-4s might end up as Italian or JG52 aircraft. The G-6s will most likely end up as JG3 aircraft with shooting stars or eyes on the cowling bulges, and the early G-14 will end up as Barkhorn's kite. The leaves a couple of aircraft to be decided for (or at least a couple of fuselages - let's see if I find the wings somewhere). Jens