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Hello here is my hasegawa BF-109G-6 flown by Erich Hartmann i used gunze acrylics Rlm 76/75/74, this kit is assembled without add-on
Greetings I truly enjoyed this model build . The project needed a little modeling skills but the kit is quite nice. This is the aircraft of Lt. Heinz Ewald, June 1944 The markings came from the Kit decals and a Kagaro Pamphlet "Aircraft Aces 3" Used Gunze Paints except for the final finish using Testors dull-coat and Semi-Gloss decanted from Rattlecans Used Barracuda Resin for Gun Blisters, Oil cooler cover and underwing gun pods. Aftermarket cloth seat-belts from HGW, I also used the Uschi red dot wing stencils, they were great
Hi 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?):
Sorry I am late! Back again and pleased to be amongst esteemed company. As outlined in the teaser this is the kit: This is the scheme: Here are the often fondled but newly unpacked sprues: Here are the references: I have had this kit in the stash for ages awaiting "one day" and there was some concern that I didn't show any AM in the teaser. I can lay the rumour to rest that this will be OOB and reveal the AM: and just when you thought it was over: I have a choice of either the RB harness or the new Finemolds set. Well there it is in all its details. I have a number of ch