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Hasegawa 1/32nd Messerchmitt Bf109G-6r6/Trop

December 30, 2012 in Aviation

This model features Cutting Edge Cockpit and Exterior Detail Sets and an Eagle Editions Spinner. Paints used were Floquil RLM74/75/76 and Reefer White, decals are a mixture of Aeromaster and Eagle Editions.

In the markings of 7./JG-27 during their posting at Kalamaki, Greece, the machine depicted was flown by Uffz. Rudolf Moycis, a long-serving enlisted flier who would score 9 victories before losing his life in combat on October 12th, 1944.

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4 responses to Hasegawa 1/32nd Messerchmitt Bf109G-6r6/Trop

  1. When I saw the “headliner” pic, I figured it was gonna be a diorama of a crashed 109. You sure nailed it, though. Nice.

  2. Egad sir, have you no shame? Just whip ’em like Goering’s “hot rolls” – all done to the same standard of excellence.

    Thereby forcing me to continue giving you “10”. Bbbooooorrrrrriiiinnnnnggggg! 🙂

  3. A great looking 109, Erik. Excellent work on the camouflage and markings.
    Can’t help thinking the reference pic would make an interesting way to show off the model… 🙂

  4. Both 109th good! Great painting and aging!

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