I can't comment on the Bf 109s, but I do have a couple of their kits in the stash. Their 1/48 Firefly I looks to be pretty nice in the box. It looks well molded and relatively simple. I can't comment on accuracy of line, details, or the build itself, but just, in general, it looks like a pretty nice kit.
The 1/48 Widgeon is about the same. Nicely molded if a bit simplified.
Both are limited run kits, but much nicer than limited run kits of old. They are much less complicated (and less detailed) than their equivalent Special Hobby or Classic Airframes kits.
Messerschmitt Bf 109E-1 "JG.77" (AZ7805) 1:72 AZ Model Kits The BF 109 has inherited quite a legendary status and when you look into its service career, it's certainly obvious why. Viewing the design in retrospect, it looks just like a typical fighter of the WWII era, but it was more than that, i...
Shop AZ Model - AZ7801 - Bf 109E-1 "Polish Campaign" - Bf 109E-1 "Polish Campaign" Unassembled plastic model kit in 1/72 scale of a German WWII fighter aircraft Messerschmitt Bf 109, E-I series (Emil I) which