WWII German Messerschmitt Bf109 G-6 Fighter model kit 1/32Revell Germany
Designed by Messerschmitt and Lusser in 1934, the Bf 109 was one of the first modern aircraft of the era. Features such as a liquid-cooled V-12 engine, a closed canopy and retractable landing gear made the Bf 109 a huge improvement over WWI fighters. The "G-6" variant, which appeared late in WWII, had a more powerful engine with superchargers and also came with many field adjustment kits. These kits allowed the G-6 to be fielded with extra guns, rockets, bombs or extra fuel tanks, making it a highly versatile fighter.
Optional parts allow kit to be finished in your choice of early or late configurations.
Kit features engraved panel lines, fully equipped cockpit, reinforcing central wing spar, poseable control surfaces (including flaps), optional position slats, standard and 'tall' pattern stabilizer/rudders, individual propeller blades, well detailed wheel wells, optional extended or retracted undercarriage (choice of (2) types of wheel rims and tires), drop tank and segmented open or closed canopy with pilot armor (choice of standard frame and Erla).
Decals and painting reference for (2) Luftwaffe aircraft:
WNr 411960 of Stab III./JG5, Hauptmann D'rr, Gossen, May 1945
WNr 160717 of Stab II./JG51, Hauptmann Rammelt, Romania, April 1944
- includes instrument faces, spinner spiral, rudder tallies and stencil data