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I was building 109s during last years, now I'm sharing with Modeler Site's readers my 109 collection.
Me109 E3 III-Jg53, August 1940, France, Kommandeur A Galland
Me109 F4-b of the 1-1 Sq. fight/bomber east front, winter 1943
Hasegawa 1/48th, Aeromaster decals 48-220 "Hungarian Air Force".
Me109 G14 II Fg 5th "Squadrilla ANR", Osoppo (Italy) March 1945, Maggiore Bellagambi
Hasegawa 1/48th, Aeromaster decals 48-294, " Air War Over Italy part 2 "
Me109 G2, 15-JG 52 (Croatian), Feldwebel Tomislaw KAUSLARIS, east front 1942
Hasegawa 1/48, interior resin kit from " Hawkeye design ", Aeromaster decals 48-310.
Me109 G6 IV/Jg27, of the Balkan later 1943
Hasegawa 1/48, some decals are from Aeromaster sheet 48352 and represents the Heinrich Bartels' aircraft.
Me 109 G6-R6 I./Jg 302 (wilde-sau unit) during March 1944, Helsinki - Finland
Me109E 4 - trop 2 (or 3 following the sources)-Jg27, summer 1941, North Africa
Me109E 4 N- trop Stab-Jg27, spring 1941 North Africa
Me109E-7 trop 3/Jg27, North Africa 1941
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