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Messerschmitt Bf 109G-10

by Brad Main


Messerschmitt Bf 109G-10


images by Steve Bamford





I built this model after I was inspired by Mathew Walker's article here on HyperScale, who applied the same paint scheme to his Messerschmitt Bf 109G-10. I wanted to build the plane in Hartmann's distinctive markings, but couldn't decide which version to build.



I obtained Mathew's permission to use the same scheme. Minimal snippets of information are available about this aircraft, which may have been a Bf 109G-10 from JG52 while Hartmann was Gruppenkommandeur. There isn't a whole lot of proof that he even flew this plane, and even worse, the aircraft might have carried the smoothed cowl, but I don't care. I enjoyed the build.



Construction and Finishing


This is Hasegawa's 1/48 scale Messerschmitt Bf 109G-10.



I built the kit built right out of the box, with the exception of after market decals from Aeromaster. I used sheet # PAF 48-04. 



I used Model Master Acrylics and painted the kit using shades of Panzer Red-Brown as RLM 81 and RLM 82 for the upper surfaces and mottle, and the late war "Sky Green" color for the lower fuselage and under surfaces. I used RLM 04 for the fuselage band, under the cowl and underside of the wing tips.





I want to personally thank Mathew Walker for allowing me to use his paint scheme.



Model and Text Copyright 2001 by Brad Main
Images Copyright 2001 by Steve Bamford
Page Created 12 March, 2001
Last Updated 04 June, 2007

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