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What is the best base kit to make a Bf-109G-6AS from

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Actually, if you like conversions and scratchbuilding, you could combine both kits to get a G6AS with less work. In any case, unless starting with an Hasegawa G10, you will have a lot of modifications to do. 

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I'm just about to start on mine. As Thierry said start with Hase G-10. I am using the nose parts from the G-10 and the fuselage parts off a G-6 kit. Cutting the G-10 kit parts that would attach the G-10 fuselage off and using the fuselage cut from the G-6 kit.  If you have a G-14 kit available you could use the tail parts from that . I will cut the G-10 tail off at the trestle hole and do the same with the G-6 fuselage to so as to use the tall tail fin. Or if you have a spar G-14 kit that tail could also be used, and just use the instructions from the G-6/G14  Good Luck. Or if you can get a Revell G-6 cheap you could usethe rear fuselage from that and use the Hase G-10 kit as above.

       Mike Horina

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I have an Eagle Editions resin G-10 Erla conversion you can have for postage.  IIRC you need a Hasegawa G-14 kit so you get the correct spine profile and the regular tail.

 

Oops  my bad.  I miss read the title of the thread. Please do what Mike says.

 

Rick

 

 

Edited by Rick Griewski
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2 hours ago, D.B. Andrus said:

Personally, I'd wait for the AMUR Reaver conversion which is purported to be out in the not too distant future.

 

HTH,

 

D.B.

 


Here's hoping. I have the AIMs decal set that i'd like to make two G6/AS with

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