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Hello every body,

after my ANR G-14 I want to show you my G-6 from JG3.

Its the first generation 109 from eduard (this with some well known failurs) which I corrected.

 

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Edited by erlawerke

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Me neither. 

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Yes pictures are showing!

Thank you for correction.

This is another lovely 109!

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5 minutes ago, Adam Poultney said:

Scale?

1/48, Eduard  doesn't do a "G" in any other scale.

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Well done 109. :thumbsup: ... This is the early Eduard release ? Is that the one that was slightly oversized, my memory gets a bit fuzzy with stuff. 

 

Dennis

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3 hours ago, tank152 said:

1/48, Eduard  doesn't do a "G" in any other scale.

Not everyone knows that, and its nice to know what we're looking at.

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1 hour ago, Ratch said:

Not everyone knows that, and its nice to know what we're looking at.

They do now!

Does it really matter anyway? 

It looks like we're looking at a Bf109 G-6 to me, and a excellent one as well! 👍

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Love the weathering. Beautiful build. 

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Hallo Olli,

what a Beauty ! Excellent finish and weathering. 

Love it!

Cheers

Andy

 

a very very very long time that we had seen us. 

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Cracking build!

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Superb job on that Oliver, your finish is "just right" to my eye, very realistic or at least as I would imagine it, your last photo could just about be a period snap.

Steve.

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Well done!

Congratulations... very nice

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Very nice

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Superb, very impressive paint job.  :worthy:

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