Attack of the 109s, Pt. 4: Hannes Trautloft (Hasegawa 1/32 Bf-109F-2)

January 22, 2013 in Aviation

The Hasegawa limited-run Bf-109F-2 (released as Galland Bf-109F-2Z), with Eagle Cals decals to do Hannes Trautloft’s Bf-109F-2. I love the many varied unofficial camouflage schemes applied to JG 54 109s and 190s.

To me, the Bf-109F is the best of the 109s, aesthetically and technically (best engine power/weight ratio) and Hasegawa’s 109F series is the best of them all (even better than Zvezda’s fiddly-fiddly kit)

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1 response to Attack of the 109s, Pt. 4: Hannes Trautloft (Hasegawa 1/32 Bf-109F-2)

  1. Never seen this camo scheme before. It looks great. A lot more straight forward than the mottle! Great!!

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