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Messerschmitt Bf 109G-6

by Jim Chmura
images by Gary Chmura

 

Messerschmitt Bf 109G-6
W.Nr. 163824

 


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Introduction

 

When I saw the photos of this aircraft, on this site, a year ago I just knew I had to do this aircraft. Well, one thing led to another and I decided to do a web page on how to really fix the Revell 1/32nd scale Messerschmitt Bf109G-6, and feature this aircraft at the same time.
 

 


I know there are a lot of you out there thinking "Oh my God, what a fool!". Well when you see the web page I hope this will change.

 

 

Construction and Correction



As you can see there was a lot of work that went into this correction and construction job.

Most of the parts that you can see came from Jerry Ruttman. He has a great range of 1/32nd Bf 109 parts that are not very expensive.

 

 

The major aspect of this repair job was the fuselage. The fuselage was sliced apart and a 1/4" piece of solid plastic was added as a plug to obtain the proper length.

Next was some surgery on the wing, rudder and extensive surgery to the nose. A complete interior was used from Jerry Ruttman.

 

 

Painting and Markings



The fascinating part about this aircraft was its camouflage. I used different paints to achieve the proper camouflage. I used Xtracolor, Aeromaster and Testors Modelmaster. The decals that are applied to this model included Meteor Productions, Insignia Masks and regular waterslide decals for certain applications.

 

 

I will inform HyperScale of the date when I go online with the site.
 


Text and Model Copyright 2001 by Jim Chmura
Images Copyright 2001 by Gary Chmura
Page Created 16 October, 2001
Last Updated 04 June, 2007

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