History: The Bf-109E-1 was the first sub-type of Messerschmitt’s fighter to receive the DB 601 engine. Ourside of the powerplant and cooling system, which included radiators under each inboard wing, the airframe was essentially the same as the[...]
Good day everybody, I would like to present you my latest build the ME 109 G-4 Trop. As usual every parts are coming from the box and no extra added except from 2 decals which are coming from microscale on the lower part of the wings, the kit is[...]
The 110's from the Wespen geschwader are one of my favorite German aircraft, unfortunately I never did build one, till now. This kit is the Eduard 8203 from 2007 in 1/48 scale. It does include a lot of extra PE parts which are very detailed. The[...]
G’day all, it’s been an age since I posted here as life has been in the way of modelling recently. Unfortunately I still don’t have a project to share but I thought some of you might be interested in this. I recently took my son to the Australia[...]
Finished last month. One of the best Bf-109 on the market along with the Tamiya's one G-6. Exquisite detail, great fit. Painted with Mr.Paint lacquer paints. Highly recommended.
Mölders aircraft,in my interpretation...hope you like it...
Oldie but goodie...
A looong time ago I built the G-6 from the "Mersu" Limited edition box from Eduard. That is a huge box with sufficient plastic for two 109's. It was as far as I remember the second time I used the old Badger Airbrush, and the room for impro[...]
I wanted to cram as much detail in it as possible. I have since become older. However with all that detail and on/off build it has now finally reached the point where I declare it to be finished. Amongst the details I may mention the fol[...]
The story can be searched online, suffice it to say the Germans made some tests with the engine from a 110 and the propeller from a 109. I bought two different conversions, and ended up with the Fusion resin conversion for the Tamiya Spitfir[...]