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Hans Peter Tschanz
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Pilot: Oblt Hans Zweiacker Swiss Air Force

July 15, 2013 · in Aviation · · 10 · 2K

This Messerschmitt 109 G-6 J-713 with the pilot Oblt Hans Zweiacker
accident on 29 May 1946 at Piz di Rod, the Messerschmitt with the pilot was not until seven years later found by a hiker. On 4 September 1953 reported Felice Ressighini from mergers of Canton Ticino police that he had spotted aircraft wreckage in the area of the Alpe di Ceresa on Pizzo Röd.

The whole story is on the website
Category: Accidents: 29 May 1946 be read.

All markings are sprayed with an airbrush.

Kit: 1:32

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    said on July 15, 2013

    Another, great 109 Hans Peter! I like the Swiss markings.

  2. Oh, very nice Hans Peter! Great job on that 109; it looks really cool in those Swiss markings. Masterfully done.

  3. Inspirational, Hans Peter...I keep telling myself that one of these days I'm going to put decals that are "out of the ordinary" on an American, German or Japanese aircraft (captured, perhaps or one such as your excellent example - the Swiss -109). I have not as yet accomplished said build. Very nice work, sir. I applaud your craftsmanship [and your photography].

  4. I like it a lot in the swiss markings very pretty great job

  5. Good work there.

  6. Hans,
    I really like this different scheme on this model. very interesting story about the pilot.

  7. said on July 16, 2013

    I am glad that you like it and good for me is always an incentive to keep going.
    Greetings Hans Peter

  8. Beautiful looking CLASSIC! Nice work!

  9. great job and markings

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