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Found 16 results

  1. The Kent Battle of Britain Museum posted on their fb page a pic of 9./ZG 76 Bf 110 C-4 2N+EP that was shot down 80 years ago TODAY. Now that code rang a bell in my head, somewhere, and I had to check why. So here's the Eduard "all-in-one" answer to how a proper kit should look like without a need to shop too much aftermarket. I won't use the PE though, I hate the stuff. Not the Emil, but Anton from the same Staffel. Unreliable internet sources state this plane becoming shot down in mid-August 1940 so good for this GB . I like the RLM 65/70/02 paint scheme, no theater ba
  2. Hi Guys, Images from the Deutsches Technikmuseum in Berlin. The museum from the footbridge over the Lanwehr Canal. The C-47 used to sit outside the big terminal at Tempelhof. Europe 261 This is a model of the Deutsches Luftfahrt Sammlung, the Nazis' big aviation museum, which opened in 1936 to coincide with the XI Olympiade, the centrepiece of which was the Dornier Do X. Choccy fish if you can name all the aircraft. Europe 265 This is what the main entrance looked like; note the Spitfire at bottom right. The museum caught fire during an air raid
  3. Hello guys, Here's my latest finished model: an Eduard Bf-110 G-2 1/72. Excellent model. No problem at all. Easy assembly in a few weeks. I only used the Master PL 37 mm cannon. Out of box. I used Mr Hobby colors. Hope you like it. Send reviews! Cheers,
  4. Evening all - this hobby is alot of things to alot of different people. For me, it gives me a chance to relax and decompress in a very zen like way, where I can focus 100% on something that isn't my job, a tv screen or a computer. It gives me a way to be creative and to indulge my passions and interests. It makes me feel good without the aid of alcohol or other self medicating drugs. But in many ways, it is kind of like a drug. For one thing, it's utterly addictive. And totally consuming. But I like to think it's a constructive addiction. It doesn't destroy homes, it just takes up
  5. Really enjoyed building this, the Eduard 1/72 Bf 110E. It's the Profipack version so lots of coloured PE for the cockpit, and I also added the Brassin gun-nose and wheels. The fit of the engine nacelles to wing is well documented but it just takes a bit of filing to get a decent join. I liked this kit so much I've just ordered the G-4 version.
  6. I'm just about to start building a Bf 110 D or E from ZG 26 in Trapani, Sicily. I was wondering what to equip my kits' underwings with, if I want to depict a fighterbomber on its way to Malta? Centrally carried 2x500 kg bombs are a natural choice, but were the 300 litre fuel tanks for wing racks the only option or did the range allow 2 smaller bombs per wing instead? I'll go for the fuel tanks in my build but would just like to know how it was. Thanks in advance, V-P
  7. Finaly have i finished these 6 Eduard kit,wich i find very good. Cheers Jes
  8. Hi, i'm new here, this is My first post 1/48 Bf-110 D, ZG76, North Sea, 1941 built this myself recently from a Dragon kit with a Eduard cockpit PE.
  9. Messerschmitt Bf 110 G-4. This is a G-series, night fighter, it was likely built in 1944 and it served with Nachtjagdgeschwader 3, the unit responsible for the night air defence of Denmark and North Germany. It was one of five Bf 110's taken by the British for technical evaluation. In 1946, it was selected for preservation by the Air Historical Branch. Now on display at the RAF Museum in Hendon this is one of only two intact Bf 110s. Pics mine.
  10. Have just broken open an Eduard Bf 110C kit. What a treat! Following on from the superlative 1/72 Hellcat, I'm beginning to form the opinion that, in 1/72 at least, if Eduard tackle a subject, other manufacturers may as well shrug their shoulders, admit defeat and just walk quietly away. Especially when I consider that, thanks to MJW Models, I got a weekend edition (with superfabric seatbelts) for less than the Airfix kit. Anyway a couple of queries even before glue touches plastic: a. The Eduard 20mm gun magazines have central holes in the back/bottom, which might be shrinkage. The Air
  11. Does anyone know whether the Bf 110 had fore to aft seams running along it's back and belly or were they smoothed out? I've googled this and all the results were inconclusive and/or unclear.
  12. Well, I have finally completed this beasty for the Bf110 GB. It is the last BF110 flown by Heinz Schnaufer’s , who was the wars most successful night fighter pilot with 121 confirmed kills. Though with this aircraft, his final, he didn’t record any kills. There is not too many details on this particular and the only parts to survive the war are the rudders which are now on display (one each) in the Imperial War Museum and the Australian War Museum. I could have chosen a simpler build than Eduard’s 1/48 Bf110G and a simpler scheme then Schnaufer’s last aircraft!!! Eduard’s Bf110 is not a simpl
  13. I'm in (with trepidation): Eduard 1/48 E (Weekend edition) to be a D-1/U-1 (or so I understand) of I/NJG3. Currently working up the courage to tackle the cockpit. All those fiddly bits scare me more than the ill-fitting nacelles... bob
  14. Messerschmitt Bf 110E Cockpit for Eduard Kit 1:72 Eduard Brassin For me, one of the best plastic kits released last year was Eduard’s superlative Messerschmitt Bf 110. The kit, or more correctly the series of kits, feature superb detail, clever engineering and great fit, making them the natural choice for enthusiast modellers committed to the smaller scales. As you might expect, Eduard have been quick to release a comprehensive set of aftermarket parts on the back of the kits, including photo etched and resin detail sets and additional decal options. Latest in their ‘Brassi
  15. Messerschmitt Bf 110E Decals 1:72 Eduard Decals Eduard are almost unique amongst model kit manufacturers as they produce a huge range of aftermarket accessories as well as their own high quality plastic kits. The Czech firm make the most of this advantageous position by producing comprehensive aftermarket options for their own kits, most of which are released at the same time as the kits. Eduard’s new Bf 110 kit has followed this path and is already established as the best option for a 1:72 Zerstorer, ably supported by a range of Eduard’s own photo etch and resin accessories
  16. Eduard Photo Etch detail sets for Eduard Messerschmitt Bf 110E 1:72 Eduard When Eduard’s brand-new Messerschmitt Bf 110 hit the shops last month, it pretty much blew the competition out of the water. The overall quality and level of detail put it far beyond any other Zerstorer available in the wonderful scale of 1:72. As expected, Eduard have supported the new kit with a comprehensive package of additional items. We reviewed their resin wheels and nose gun bay last month. Now we’ve got a couple of sets of photo etch parts to take a look at. Bf 110E for Eduard Kit
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