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Bf 109G-14/AS, 2./JG 300, "Red 10" (1/32 Hasegawa)

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The replacement project for "Red 8" (KIA 17 May 2013) is (drumroll please)......

 

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"Red 10", a G-14/AS from 2./JG 300 piloted by Uffz. Wolfgang "Lumpi" Hunsdörfer from Esperstedt in September of '44.  I'm hoping I can get this one up to speed fairly quickly since I'm using the cockpit and wings and assorted other parts from "Red 8".  Get the fuselage together and I should be good to go.

 

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@Steve or anyone else....9/44, still in 74/74 upper colors or 75/83 at this point?

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Ah ha! son of Red 8! Nice one Mike, love this scheme.

 

G.

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So Mike... are you going to make the deadline????

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Tick tock...tick tock...

 

:)

 

Haha!  :D

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Hehe, I'm actually making good progress, will post some pics soon.  My son was visiting so was on a hiatus from models but will be back at it this week.

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Good News !

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Cheers Mike, been a while!

 

ALways enjoy seeing a 109 in your more than capable hands.  Go fella go!

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OK, time for some catch up.  Here are the previous photos of the cockpit, looks pretty much the same after transferring it to the new one. ;)

 

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And a few highlights from the rest of the assembly:

 

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For the wheel wells I used part strut bay portion of the wheel inserts from Master Details, the rest was detailed with lead foil.

 

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I used Archer Transfers Resin Weld Bead decal for the bead on the S/C intake, no idea what it will look like painted but kind of a cool product.

 

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And the last shot before the painting begins.

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Cool! Nicely done - I'm looking forward to the next bit.

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Nice looking aircraft Mike.  I only just found out that some of the G-14AS aircraft had the chin bulges for the oil lines... 

 

Matt

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looking great Mike! Chop Chop 17 days to go!

 

no pressure ;)

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looking great Mike! Chop Chop 17 days to go!

 

no pressure ;)

 

Hehehehe :)

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looking great Mike! Chop Chop 17 days to go!

 

no pressure ;)

 

No worries, I can get this one done on time standing on my head, possibly blind-folded! :lol:

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Sorry for the crappy pictures here.  On a roll and really didn't want to interrupt it!  Paint is done, all the Balkankreuz and the "10" were painted on using masks, the dog emblem and the W.Nr. on the tail are from a Cutting Edge sheet and all the stencils are from the kit decals.  Next up is a panel line wash.
 
Everything going smoothly up to this point (knock on wood) so should be able to meet the deadline!
 
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Whooohoo! Look fantastic Mike!

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Well, I think it looks .................. Fantastic !!!!!!

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Done! More pics in the "Finished Builds" section and in Aircraft Modeling.

 

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