• Description


The Bf109 is one of the most famous fighters of the Luftwaffe during the 2nd World War, more than 33,000 units were produced in different versions. One of the strengths of the Bf109 was its good climbing performance and its acceleration in a fall. The Bf109 G models produced from the summer of 1942 onwards showed some noticeable changes compared to their predecessor, the Bf109 F. The Bf109 G models were produced in the summer of 1942 and the Bf109 G models in the summer of 1942 were also produced in the summer of 1942.
The G-5/G-6 had a MK 151/20 mm cannon firing through the engine. Two MG 131 were installed above the engine. The belt feed of the strengthened armament made an aerodynamic revision of the engine cover necessary, which gave the machine the characteristic dents. From March 1943 until the end of the war, the G-6 was used extensively on all fronts. Later production lots of the Bf109 G-6 received the fixed rear cabin glazing in one-piece execution which improved the visibility to the rear by a multiple. The rudder was further redesigned with an increased height and the use of a higher and larger rudder. The G-6 was with 13.000 machines the most manufactured type Bf109.

- New kit form
- Optionally to be built in sooner or later version
- Detailed surfaces, recessed sheet metal joints
- Detailed cockpit with instrument panel
- Many cockpit interior details
- Separate rear tailwheel
- Movable propeller
- Detailed chassis shaft with side walls
- Detailed chassis
- Optional 2 different wheels/rims
- 2 different upper engine fairings
- Separate rudders and flaps
- Separate slats
- Divided pulpit hood with back armouring
- Choice of early or late rudder
- Optionally serial pulpit or later version to build
- additional tank

Decals for the following versions:
- Captain Franz Dörr, Bf 109 G-6, W.Nr. 411960, Stab III./JG 5, Gossen, May 1945
- Captain Karl Rammelt, Bf 109 G-6, ser. no. 160717, staff II / JG 51, Rumania, April 1944


Often bought together

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