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Eduard 1/48 Fw 190A-8/R2/Bf 109G-6 Dual Combo Limited Edition - EU11119

Eduard 1/48 Fw 190A-8/R2/Bf 109G-6 Dual Combo Limited Edition - EU11119


 
List Price: $89.95
Best Price: $71.99
Savings: $17.96

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EU11119
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Overview
 
Plastic model kit of the Fw 190, a German single-seat, single-engine fighter aircraft designed by Kurt Tank in the late 1930s and widely used during World War II.
Kit has engraved panel lines, detailed cockpit, radial engine, optional canopy, single-piece propeller with separate spinner, separate cowling panels, wing root cannon bays, MG 131 machine guns and MG 151 cannon, separate ailerons and rudder, detailed wheel wells and optional undercarriage, die-cut canopy and wheel mask, photoetch (instrument panel, consoles, seatbelts and other interior, undercarriage and other exterior) and drop tanks with racks.
Decals and color painting guide for (6) aircraft: W. Nr. 680747, flown by Oblt. Hans Weik, CO of 10.(Sturm)/ JG 3, Memmingen, Germany, June 1944; W. Nr. 681420, flown by Lt. Alfred Lausch, 8.(Sturm)/ JG 4, Welzow, Germany, September 1944;  W. Nr. 682958, flown by Uffz. Paul Lixfeld, 6.(Sturm)/ JG 300, Löbnitz, Germany, December 1944;  flown by Uffz. Erich Keller, 5.(Sturm)/ JG 4, Babenhausen, Germany, December 1944;  W. Nr. 682204, flown by Oblt. Klaus Bretschneider, 5. (Sturm)/ JG 300,  Löbnitz, Germany, December 1944 and W. Nr. 682181, flown by Fw. Hubert Engst, Löbnitz, 6.(Sturm)/ JG 300, Löbnitz, Germany, early 1945 - includes stencil data, canopy and optional interior.

Plastic model kit of the Bf 109, a German World War II fighter aircraft that was the backbone of the Luftwaffe's fighter force.
Kit has engraved panel lines, detailed cockpit, forward fuselage interior, optional canopy, single piece propellers with separate spinner, separate (trailing edge flaps and slats, leading edge slats, rudder and elevators), MG 131 machine guns, underwing cannon pods, drop tanks, die-cut canopy mask, photoetch (instrument panel, consoles, fuselage, seatbelts and other interior, undercarriage, canopy other exterior accents).
Decals and color painting guide for (7) aircraft:  W. Nr. 20272, flown by Oblt. Heinrich Klöpper, CO of 7./ JG 1, Leeuwarden, the Netherlands, November 1943; flown by Hptm. Anton Hackl, CO of III./ JG 11, Oldenburg, Germany, January 1944; 2./ JG 27, Trenčín, Slovak Republic, early 1944; 9./ JG 54, Ludwigslust, Germany, January/ February 1944; flown by Uffz. Klaus Lambio, 9./ JG 300, Jüterbog – Waldlager, Germany, June 1944 ; W. Nr. 512429, I./ JG 77, Euskirchen, Germany, 1945 and 13./ JG 53, Bad Wörishofen, Germany, 1945 - includes stencil data and optional interior.