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Hasegawa 1/32 Bf109G-6 Lt E Hartmann 9/JG52 1942-43


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Hello fellow LSM'ers,

 

I completed this earlier in the year and here is the WIP thread from LSP:

 

http://forum.largescaleplanes.com/index.php?showtopic=43702&hl=hartmann

 

It has been seen elsewhere but here it is again (hopefully not already here!):

 

I present my 1/32 Hasegawa Bf109G-6 flown by Lt E Hartmann whilst serving in 9/JG52 on the Eastern Front 1942-43. The kit is the Hasegawa ST21 boxing with a number of aftermarket details listed below:

MDC:

Bf109G-6 cockpit; Bf109G-K corrected spinner; Bf109G corrected wheels, BF109G Mk131 ejector ports

RB Productions:

German Seat Belts; Bf109G Radiator faces, BF109G canopy

Aires:

Bf109G(late) Radio interior compartment.

EagleCals:

The Blond Knight EC036.

EagleParts:

Bf109G oil cooler; BF109 Supercharger.

Quickboost: Bf109G gun barrels; Bf109G exhausts

Paints were a combination of Aeromaster warbirds RLM02, RLM66, RLM74, RLM75, RLM76 enamels; Model Master, Tamiya and Gunze additional colours. MM Clear flat and gloss lacquers.

The build tested me at times but I persisted and whilst there are some flaws, none are fatal and I am happy with the end result. Total build time was about six months. Thanks to all those that encouraged, advised and put up with my WIP, I say thank you.

The photos:

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Thanks for looking.

 

Kent

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