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Bf 109 G-6 Revell Kit 1:32 "Red 8"

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Hi to all.
I present the first part of the "Red 8" project.
This is the Revell kit Me 109 G-6 scale 1:32
I chose the NMF version  (alluminium) used by oberleutenent Kurt Gabler of III / JG 300, july 1944
Info decals references: Montex super mask

 

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 first part :
- Preparation of the model and structural modifications for the accessoires insertion
- Eduard Brassin: Daimler / Benz 605 AS (resin & pe parts for Revell kit)
- Master (Air Master): 131 MG Metal Set

 

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- Engine: test to fit
- MG-131: burnishing test fluid via MIG
Metal color Vallejo & Schmincke "Asphalt" Mussini (oil & resin mixture) + Petroleum essence

more info & pics: http://www.adventurephotomodels.com

Thanks for your attention and for having watched this new project

 

George

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Guest Martinnfb

steel vs. aluminium

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Hi to all
The first update:

Edward Brassin cockpit resin & pe set + Big Ed (additional parts)

 

 

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I assembled the Eduard set and tested it to fit: ok
Here's the progress:

 

 

 

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for more info & pics: http://www.adventurephotomodels.com

 

 

Thanks for watching .

 

George

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Sweet!  Gonna watch.  Curios, though after looking at the artwork:  Control surfaces were canvas covered.  Primed red against corrosion and painted later.  I wonder why the artwork shows ailerons and elevators in aluminum?

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