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1/32 Hasegawa Bf-109G6 AS Karl Müller’s Red 2

January 1, 2015 in Aviation

This is 1/32 Hasegawa Messerschmitt Bf-109G6 AS with the markings of Friedrich Karl Müller’s Red 2 from 1./NJGr in August 1944. I decided to built Müller s Red 2 when I saw Anders Hjortsberg’s amazing profile in
The base kit is Hasegawa Bf-109 G10 . It needs some backdating issues to convert it to G6-AS.
You can see built process from Work in progress section:

I started with the cockpit components as usual. Cockpit set is from MDC. It s painted to RLM 66. .
Bulges on the front sides of the fuselage are deleted by sanding.
Oil cooler replaced by an earlier one from my spare box.
It needs some surgery and sanding operations to be able having an accurate view of G6 AS asymmetrical cowling. Hope that now, it looks like an AS cowling.
Horizontal tail surfaces are from Master details #32021
Lower surfaces painted to black with Tamiya acrylic paint. Upper surfaces painted to RLM 74/75 with Gunze Sangyo acrylics.
Exhaust are from Quickboost. Hasegawa’s wrong shape spinner replaced by EagleParts #20-32 resin part.
Finally wheels replaced by Barracudacast goodies.
National insignias are from “Kits World KW132024” decal set. I have used Hasegawa’s decal sheet for the “Red 2” numbers on the fuselage. And kill marks in the rudder from another Hasegawa G10 kit decal sheet.
Happy Modelling & Carpe diem

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13 responses to 1/32 Hasegawa Bf-109G6 AS Karl Müller’s Red 2

  1. A true master at work!!! Well done Tolga.

  2. I’ve exhausted all the superlatives in my vocabulary when commenting on your modeling expertise, Tolga….all I can do now is stare in enviable amazement. Always a learning experience when viewing your work, sir.

  3. I’m with Craig when it comes to admiring your work. There just isn’t much left to say.
    Simply outstanding.

  4. I think the guys above have pretty much got this one covered! I wish I was this good!

  5. Tolga, Well it looks like all that extra work on the front cowling was worth the effort! Really a beautiful looking Gustav you’ve presented here. I especially enjoy your paint work- thanks for posting it!

  6. Impressive work as always Tolga ! Love it from the NMF fuel filler cap until the red wheel rims.
    Nasen Müllers super Beule, the art of modelling

  7. Nice looking 109G. Hasagawa always can be relied upon to provide a sound basis for excellent modelling. I think you’ve pushed the kit to its ‘natural limit’ with this build. Great camo scheme too.

  8. Very nice 109, a master piece, congratulations Tolga.


  9. Jg300 is my favourite. Love it. Well done. 🙂

  10. Great work there Tolga as usual.
    A master piece.
    Well done sir.

  11. Masterful work, Tolga. You’re an inspiration to the rest of us.

  12. A great first posting for the New Year, excellent work, Tolga.

  13. Thanks to all for their comments.

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