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Messerschmitt Bf 109 family; All Variants
Topic Started: Sep 21 2012, 12:53 PM (22,225 Views)
Wolf
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Love this Themed Display idea.

So I started the a new one, regarding the 109, one of may favorite planes.

And here are my contributions:

After reentering the hobby in 2002, this was my second 109 I did.
It is ICM's Bf 109 E-7 done in about 2005

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I think the next one was the Fine Molds Bf 109 G-4 /R6

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then came a Bf 109 G-10 Erla Built and a Bf 109 G-6/AS

For the G-10 Erla built, I used the Revell G-10 and the Loon conversion fuselage.
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The G-6/AS is a kitbash made from Revells G-10 and Academys G-6 and some reworking regarding the fuselage, Canopy and Spinner.

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The latest one I did is again a Fine Molds. This time a Bf 109 F-4 (Marseille)

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Some of the pictures are hosted on german boards, so the swastikas had to be edited.
Criticism Welcomed
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popeye
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:wub: .. :D
Rolf B. - Basel, Switzerland
"Nobody is perfect, not even a perfect fool"
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InchHigh
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It's a good day to build.
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Outstanding work, Wolf! :wub:

I've got a couple 109s myself I'll post soon.
Jeff

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I spent most of my money on beer and women. The rest of it I just wasted.
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Steven Brown
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Wow, great stuff there! Thanks for sharing!

Steven Brown
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Wonderful builds Wolf, the last two especially. The weathering and paintwork is perfect. Congratulations.

I wish I could participate to this thread - and the one on Ju 88's too, but haven't built a 109 in over thirty years, and never a Ju 88. So I'll just watch and enjoy.

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Petri
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The Guest above was me - sorry about the anonymous posting.

Petri
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ww2nut
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All great looking builds! Welcome to the site and back to the hobby! :wub:

Joe
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Ruudster
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Beautiful builds and finishes!
Ruud van der Salm
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OMS-IPMS, Portland OR
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andyz
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Beautiful collection. I especially like the realistic camouflage.
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Andy Z
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InchHigh
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Some of my Bf 109s.

Bf 109 E-1, 9. / JG 53, France, November 1939, pilot Eduard Koslowski. Tamiya kit;

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Bf 109 E-3, III / JG 26, France, June 1940, pilot Adolph Galland. Tamiya kit;

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Bf 109 E-4, Stab JG 26, Audembert France, October 1940, pilot Adolph Galland. Tamiya kit;

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Bf 109 E-7, 9. / JG 52, Byelaya Tserkov, Ukraine, August 1941, pilot Hermann Graf. Tamiya kit;

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Bf 109 E-4, Stab I / JG 3, France 1940, pilot Hans von Hahn. Tamiya kit;

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Bf 109 E-4, Stab III. / JG 53, Etaples, France, October 1940, pilot Friedrich-Karl Müller. Tamiya kit;

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Bf 109 E-7, 9. / JG 27, Chudova, USSR, August 1941, Pilot Erbo Graf von Kageneck. Tamiya kit;

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Bf 109 E-7, 7. / JG 26, Gela, Sicily, March 1941, pilot Joachim Müncheberg. Tamiya kit.

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Bf 109 G-6/AS, 7. / JG 1, Paderborn Germany, April 1944, pilot Ludwig-Wilhelm Burkhardt. Revell of Germany kit;

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Bf 109 K-4, Stab III. / JG 52, Deutsch Brod Czechoslovakia, May 1945, Pilot Adolf Borchers. Revell of Germany kit;

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Bf 109 K-4, Stab I. / JG 52, Deutsch Brod Czechoslovakia, May 1945, Pilot Erich Hartmann. Revell of Germany kit. A picture of Hartmann's K-4 surfaced last year which shows the markings on this model are inaccurate;

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Jeff

Time spent modeling is not deducted from your lifespan.

I spent most of my money on beer and women. The rest of it I just wasted.
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Signum
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It´s a really good idea, Wolf. I love your "white 4", it´s for me the maximum in our scale.

Here are my Bf 109G-14, 15./JG 5, Norway 1945, build from the Fine Molds Kit with a little bit extras

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Best regards Ralf

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Bf 109G-6, JG 52, Erich Hartmann, build from the Hasegawa Kit.

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Bert
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Here are mine. The first two models are Fine Molds, and last is the ancient Italeri kit.
-Bert
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Iko Iko jockamo fee na nay
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dknights
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The court of LAST RESORT!
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Hasegawa E-3 Romanian markings
David M. Knights
Fortes fortuna adiuvat

14 Finished: Special Armor V-2, Airfix P-51
15 Finished: SBS Gladiator engine
16 Finished: Brengun C2 Wasserfall, Merit SS-N-2 Styx, World's smallest diorama, Airfix Hurricane.
17 Finished: Japanese Carrier Deck, Belcher SS-4, Italeri AB41, PLAN Type 039A (not 72nd scale)
18 Finished: NONE
The bench:Platz T-33, Trump. T-34/85, Meng F-106, Airfix P-51 #2, Airfix P-40
Revell MiG-21F-13, Ace Citroen V-11
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Wolf
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All great stuff here. Hope there will be more to come.

Bert, are you sure the first one is a Fine Molds? I am not aware, that Fine Molds did a Bf 109 E
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