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Bf109-G10; Revell 1/32
Topic Started: Apr 14 2018, 04:38 PM (144 Views)
garcor
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Hello everyone,

This is a recent finish for me.
Revell's 1/32 Bf109-G10 " Hartmann"
Built straight from the box no aftermarket bits. Paint is Lifecolor and Vallejo.
Nice kit to build, no real problems with it. A little flash to be cleaned off some of the smaller parts. Strange 2 part upper wing halves but it fits well.
Pics taken with a phone
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Now the next big decision is to return to the B1 or something else... mmmm :ermm:

Happy sticking! :>

Gary
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stephen8718
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WOW what a showstopper. that is a fantastic job on that kit. how did you do the tulip? fantastic work.
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garcor
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Cheers Stephen
The tulip is kit supplied decal.
Lots of patience and even more microsol and micro set😁
They are well sized and just need small touch up with black paint when settled.

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Prenton
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now, THAT's lovely!

Philip
"To boldly go..."

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providerjack

A great job.
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Joseph M

Hi Gary,
One word, STUNNING!
Cheers
Joe M
On the bench in order of nearest to completion;
A Model 1/72 Spad A.2
A Z Models 1/72 Morane "WR". (Schneider race entry from 1914).
K P Models 1/72 Avia BH-3
Mark 1 Models 1/144 Gloster Gladiator
SRAM Models 1/144 SIA 7-B (Resin)
Valom Models 1144 A pair of Sopwith Pups
MSD Models 1/72 Vickers Vimy 66 Commercial
Glencoe Models 1/81 Curtiss Condor
Revell 1/72 Fokker D.VII conversion to a two seater

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garcor
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Cheers lads,
these latest Revell kits are excellent all round, great fit, detail and price.
And, Sure you can't go wrong with a 109!

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Marklo
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It certainly is a lovely looking machine, very nice build and yes I've always loved the 109 especially the later war variants.
On the Bench:-
Sopwith Pup scratchbuild 1:48
1913 Depredussin racer 1:32 Scratchbuild
Ancient Heller Mig 21 (found slightly butchered in stash, being resurrected as a north Vietnamese 21pf) 1:72

Finished Builds:
A7V Scratchbuild /Saint Chamond Scratchbuild
Airfix ME 109 /HE51 Floatplane
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Dermot
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Looks like it could take off for real..great work :clap:

Dermot
Gallery of my Completed Builds

On the Bench
1/72 Monogram F-105G Wild Weasel Vietnam GB
1/72 Esci AV-8A Harrier
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des byrne
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des Byrne
Very nice gary
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garcor
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Thanks again,
Still trying to decide on next build, time to start looking through the books and magazine s again methinks...
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