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The voices in my head said: "do it, just do it.".

May 2 2008 at 11:57 AM

Steven ''Modeldad'' Eisenman  (Login modeldad)
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from IP address 72.74.92.97

The IAR Bf109G-6a, using the Radu Brinzin conversion and decals. The decals lifted from their backing quite quickly and were very fragile. They were fine with MicroScale Blue Bottle, and it was a help, but the Red Bottle was too hot. For the model, I used the Hase Bf109G-6 (what else!?).

SEE: http://homepage.eircom.net/~radub/Gallery/Decals/IAR109/IAR109.htm

http://radub.com/

The G-6a was Romanian IAR built. The primary difference was the gun breach bulges. They were a different shape from the German ones and for all practical purposes it was simply aerodynamic design. The IAR G-6a also did not have a radio loop on top, nor did it have the FuG antenna on the underside. It used the tall radio mast and the glazed head armor.

The aircraft I modeled was in service with the Regimentul 180 in 1952.

http://www.worldwar2.ro/forum/index.php?showtopic=4313

http://www.worldwar2.ro/forum/index.php?showtopic=4153







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There is no such thing as an unbuildable kit, just some kits one may consider not worth building.


    
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