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1/32 Hasegawa Messerschmitt Bf-109G6 “Yellow 5” finished..

April 4, 2016 in Aviation

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7 responses to 1/32 Hasegawa Messerschmitt Bf-109G6 “Yellow 5” finished..

  1. Always an inspiration to see your talents at work, sir. Exemplary build!

  2. This build reminds me of a Johnny Cash song …in which he works at a GM plant and steals a Cadillac, one piece at a time. The kit looks as if it represents between three or four different aircraft that have been recycled and bolted together to make one new bird.

    Two thumbs up

  3. Great, Tolga, just great!

  4. Such an interesting treatment of a common subject – well done!

  5. Another stunning model Tolga. I like the “borrowed” parts. A true reflection of the dire position the Luftwaffe faced in the last year of WW II regarding replacement parts and airframe availability.

  6. Beautifully detailed.

  7. What Morne and Stephan said, at the end of the war, with the internal chaos, the Luftwaffes subcontractors were recycling airframes and parts to keep things going. Thus the quilt effect. A well done model that also tells a story, nothing better.
    Paint rules sorta relaxed, also.

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