So, this is my dad´s last good old Hasegawa 109, only a few Eduard ones left in the stash.
Markings taken from the Eduard Regensburg kit. Also Eduard seatbelts and cockpit fuel line used. Plastic rods and lead wire for the brake lines, EZ [...]
This model concludes a group of four Bf 109Gs that I treated myself to as a model-building start to the year. "Treat" is the right term, because what Eduard packs here in the boxes is indeed a well thought-out pampering [...]
About the Bf 109G "Gustav
The Bf 109 is the most produced aircraft in history - and it will probably not have to relinquish this rank in view of the ever increasing performance of the individual fighter aircraft. With the production [...]
About Hans „Assi“ Hahns Bf 109G-2
21 February 1943 can probably be described as a fateful day in the life of Hans "Assi" Hahn, at that time group commander of II / JG 54 "Grünherz" and one of the Luftwaffe's most [...]
Eduard Weekend Edition oob, EZ line for antenna, brake lines with plastic rods and lead wire, painted with AK Real Colors RLM 74/75/76, fuselage band is painted too, no decal for that in the kit.
Build thread here
In June 1944 [...]
Latest project, another '109, always a nice model. This one from Eduard is very good, came with some resin, PE and canopy masks.
I've tried to display a very weathered one, as I think it should be the case operating in north Africa [...]
I do know this Eduard kit has been presented here before, but in order to present my 109's I have chosen to add it here too.
I have used the kit decals even though I do realise they are slightly wrong with too fat lines. I opened the vent [...]
This is Eduard's ProfiPack series Messerschmitt Bf-109G-10 as built by the Wiener Neustädter Flugzeugwerke (WNF) factory with the enlarged wooden tail. My example has been finished as a very late war JG/51 aircraft 'Rosemarie' which was [...]