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  1. Back on 1/32nd scale aircraft kits again this week, taking a look at Hasegawa's offering of the BF109E.
  2. built these two a while ago. I have always been fascinated with the captured aircraft markings from WWII. The Messershpit is the Tamiya MkVb with fusion resin conversion set which I have to say is superb and caused me very few issues. I also added a Yahu instrument panel and Eduard harness. Painted using Vallejo in the 'alternstive' scheme to the main stream thinking, but has a strong possibility of being correct in terms of the blue underside. The BF 109 is an OOB from Airfix club edition. Again lovley set!
  3. Late getting this posted, but this week has us looking at a very old kit from Matchbox of the BF109E in 1/32nd scale.
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