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  1. Hi gents, winter has arrived and its time to warm up the man cave, remove the cobwebs, find the airbrush, select a few kits and start a new project. As I wanted an easy start, I selected 2 Hasegawa 109's from the stash, a Bf 109G-14, which will act as a tall tail Erla hood Swiss Bf 109G-6, and a Bf 109G-10 Nachtjäger, which will act as a defected Croat Bf 109G-14. Ever since I received Georg Hoch's fabulous book on the Swiss 109, I've wanted to build one of those candy striped birds, especially J-704, with ist distinctive dark earth/dark green camouflage. But as life would have it, my kit settled down nicely on the stash for the lack of suitable decals. Last year, Doogs (aka Matt) built a wonderful model of this aircraft, 12_27_12 4 by DoogsModels, on Flickr and via PM informed me of the source of his masks for this bird... wonderful, masks arrived, but so did summer... The other 109 I have long wanted to build is Santners G-14/AS black 4 the Croat markings, which was discussed here on LSP last fall. Fortunately Montex released a set of masks for this aircraft.
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