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Me109G-10/U4 – PROMODELLER 1/72

August 7, 2017 in Aviation

Model built straight from the box except for the PE seat belts added.
Some minor details scratch built.
Painted using Tamiya and Gunze acrylic paints.
For more details of this build and WIP photos check:

http://armouredsprue.blogspot.com.au/2017/05/me109g-10u4-weisse-3-veszprem-hungary.html

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22 responses to Me109G-10/U4 – PROMODELLER 1/72

  1. Looks like a shark. I really like the late marks of the 109. Nice work!

  2. Beautifully built and finished, Paulo. Great model!

    • A quick question: what is the story regarding the landing gear doors – or lack of doors?
      Thanks!

    • Thanks mate! In regards the missing landing gear door. These late war fighters operated in very rough airfields and it was common in the wet season to remove the doors to prevent mud get in between the wheel and doors and get stuck damaging the doors or even could cause an accident during take off or landing.
      Cheers

  3. It looks just how a ME 109 should look, great modelling. By the way I’m glad to see that you know how to spell “armoured” correctly……….

  4. Thanks mate! That’s how we spell it here Down Under

  5. Nicely finished and presented, my friend…good work, mate. 🙂

  6. Beautiful! There has been a nice rash of 1/72 models posted lately that have been finished in very realistic weathering, and this is no exception – love it!

  7. Very nice details, and realistic weathering!Thanks for sharing.

  8. 1/72- Great modeling and mottling!

  9. Very nice! at first glance I thought it was a larger scale. So is it gage or gauge?

  10. Paulo, Nicely done, very good paint work especially being you had such a small area to work with.
    Did I miss the memo on it being 1/72 scale week ?

  11. Looks good Paulo, well done.

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