Plastic model kit of the Me Bf 109G-6, was a German World War II fighter aircraft that was the backbone of the Luftwaffe’s fighter force. First saw operational service during the Spanish Civil War (1939) and was still in service at the dawn of the jet age at the end of World War II 1945. The most produced Bf 109 model was the 109G series (more than a third of all 109s built were the G-6 series).
Kit has engraved panel lines, detailed cockpit and fuselage interior, seated pilot, optional segmented canopy, detailed DB605A engine, optional engine cowlings, single piece propeller with separate spinner, polycaps, washers and magnet, air and dust filter intake, separate trailing edge flaps and slats, choice of elliptical or clipped wingtips, detailed wheel wells and optional undercarriage, standard or Galland armor plate, cowl mounted machine guns, centerline drop tank and underwing cannon pods, die-cut canopy mask.
Decals and markings for (3) aircraft: 9/JG54, February 1944; 7./JG27, Maleme, Crete, December 1943 and 9./JG52, Novo-Zaporozhye, October 1943 – includes stencil data, seatbelts, instrument panel and consoles