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Hans Peter Tschanz
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Adolf Gallands Messerschmitt Bf109F-6/U

August 31, 2021 · in Aviation · · 10 Comments

Kit: 1:32
There were two different Versions in 1941, the first Messerschmitt F-6 / U
was mounted with (MG 131 13mm) above the engine, so the bulges were left and right on the fuselage and a Telescopic sight was also mounted to be able to aim better.

Personally, I preferred the later Version from November 1941 with (MGFF / 20mm) Wing Armament, in my Opinion this was the most Beautiful Messerschmitt in Terms of Aerodynamics.

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10 responses

  1. VERY nicely done, Hans.

  2. Beautiful 109, beautiful build!

  3. Amazing model, Hans Peter!
    Adolf Galland looks very realistic, too!

  4. Good looking build - well done!

  5. Nice work on the model, and the figures look good in the diorama.

    Good on you for catching that the upper nose camo was more dense for being painted over yellow. The few pix of this and the other of Galland's "specials" take a lot of looking at to get what's there.

  6. Great 109, Hans Peter @messerschmitt
    Paintwork looks fantastic and the way you presented it on the diorama is superb.

  7. Great looking 109 Hans Peter! That looks a lot like Herr Galland too! 🙂

  8. Interesting one! Very Galland to have his own bespoke F made!

  9. Very nice, congrats!

  10. 🙂 ... Greetings ... 🙂 :
    To be honest ... the name Adolf Galland is what caught my attention at first.
    When the topic of German WW2 fighter pilots arises ... he is one of the first in
    my mind.
    Very keen work done on this model Hans. Your camouflage paint scheme is very well
    done, a good eye catcher.

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