1/32 Croatian Bf109G10

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  1. MarkElder

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    Hello,
    New member here. My latest aircraft build is Hasegawa's 1/32 Bf109G-10 in Croatian markings scavenged from various decal mfr's. sheets. Kit was easy build. I prefer 1/32 kits these days, they are friendlier to my 50-plus years old eyes, and there are many more detail sets and markings now available. Thanks for looking.
     

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    Hello Mark and welcome to the forum.
    A bird which flew in these parts and what a beauty of the model she is. Wonderful! :D
     
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    That's beautiful! And welcome to the forum Mark, nice to have you here.
     
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    Thank you! I have a 1/48 Yugoslav Bf109E in-progress build I hope to finish in 2010...
     
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    Thank you!
     
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    #6 imalko, Jan 23, 2010
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    Great! Hope to see some of the progress photos in "Start to finish" section. If you need any help regarding this build or anything connected to region of former Yugoslavia don't hesitate to ask Mark.
    Regards
    Igor

    Edit: In the meantime perhaps you may find this thread interesting:
    http://www.ww2aircraft.net/forum/aviation/yugoslav-airmen-their-aircraft-world-war-2-a-20232.html
     
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    I look forward to the Yugoslav Bf109 E...... nice to see these birds under different colours.


    Perhaps a Bf 110 in the future? :D
     
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    good job on the BF109,i like it8)

    piet
     
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    Hi Mark, and welcome from England. Nice job on the Gustav.
     
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    Welcome aboard Mark - well done model.
     
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    Again great work!
     
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    Does look a bit of alright!!:D
     
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    Nice '109! 8)
     
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