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Münchenberg Malta 109E

Tamiya 1/48,Gunze & Tamiya colors...hope you like it.

‘Yellow nose’ Eduard 1/48 Messerschmitt Bf109E-4 “Adolf Galland”

Finished this model during the middle of the corona crisis. The model is a Messerschmitt Bf 109E-4 from Eduard (weekend edition kit 84166). My experience on this model is great, good fitting and hardly any need of filling. Did try to spend a bit[...]

Otaki 1/48 Messerschmitt Bf109G-6 first airbrush

Hello all, Got to know about this very informative website from a colleague modeler. Impressive results which you all are presenting. After 35 years rediscovered this hobby which I had when I was an air scout. During those early years I built[...]

No grey allowed- JG.54 bf 109 G-1

After completing Tamiya’s 109 G-6 some time ago I was exhausted about building more Messerschmitts, but amidst a P-51 build I had an urge to grab again a one O nine, but this time I chose a more colorful scheme, one from the eastern front JG.54.[...]

Late War Bf-109G-10 in 1/48 Scale

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 roughly [...]

Messerschmitt Bf109 G-6, WNr 163248, J-705.

Eduard 1/48, Bunny Fight Club edition. This is yet another one of eduard's nice 109's, this time a special edition of their G-6 made available through their Bunny Fight Club. It is the same as one of their ProfiPacks, but with a special set of [...]

Messerschmitt BF109 G-10 JRV Revell 1:72

Hi all, Again, Messerschmitt from Yugoslav history. Bf109 G-10 (Yugoslav registration 9644) "White 44". Originally aircraft was actually a Bf 109G-10/ U4 wk. nr. 610937 captured at Zeltweg Airfield in Austria at the end of the war. It was t[...]

Messerschmitt Bf 109F-4, Royal Hungarian Air Force 1/48

My 9th 109 (does that mean I have to build 100 more? Well the stack of unbuilt kits in the corner of my cave may suggest that, but with a small diversion now and then to other planes and eras). The matter in hand has been the subject of a “wo[...]

Me 209 V1: a dwarf on speed

755.138 kilometres per hour is an impressive speed- and that flight performance with which the Me 209 V1 shown here set a world speed record on 26 April 1939, which was to last until 1969. At the controls of this fragile and difficult to fly r[...]

Messerschmitt Bf 109 G-10

This is my first plane since I built some back in the early 70’. Back then we didn’t bother painting the models, only glued them together and slapped on the decals. All in all a fun build but I think I’ll stick to armor models :-)