End of War…1/48 Focke-Wulf Fw190D-9 (late), 7./JG26

July 2, 2021 · in Aviation · · 8 · 1.5K

Built over 6 years ago. kit oob, except a Tamiya sliding canopy. Landing gear detail, and antenna wire added, painted with Gunze and Tamiya acrylics.

This aircraft was discovered by the allies at Hustedt near Celle, where it was abandoned by JG 26 on February 10/11th, 1945.

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  1. An amazing build with a lovely camp, Reinhard!

  2. Extremely attractive scheme, Reinhard. Everything looks very sharp and proper. This is my absolute favourite of the 190 series.

  3. Beautiful scheme and ditto build, Reinhard.

  4. another beauty! Fantastic.

  5. Great late war scheme on this.

  6. This is so well executed. Your 190 collection must HUGE! I don't think I have ever seen an underside in those colors. This is another one of those schemes that makes building 190s so appealing. But of course you already know that

  7. Excellent build and paintwork.

  8. I think one of the down sides of the information age is the rate at which we consume it. There is so much and it gets eaten or tossed to the side by newer releases. Time is of the essence.


    You and your father are very consistent in producing some professionally finished models and photo's. The time and effort to produce such quality . . . one just assumes that you and your father just pump out these things like hot cakes. A lot of effort go into these things. I'm reminded by the bird by the high way who gets up set when a big truck goes buy. Then gets used to seeing so many big trucks that they are not moved by the presence of seeing a big truck go by. Both you and your father have helped raise the bar here at iModeler. One certainly thinks of bringing their "A" game when posting. I like to take the time to look at a lot of peoples work and the numbers don't always justify the results or peoples tastes. But, the quality remains the same. This is the same for many modelers who post too.

    Two thumbs up.

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