Matchbox Bf109E 1/72

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    #1 magnu, Apr 24, 2010
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    Decided to have a break from the double P51 build and have a go at one of my newly acquired stash
    Built OOB with scratch built cockpit and modified spinner. Painted with Lifecolour acrylics for main camo and tamiya acrylics for everything else.
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    Looking good, taking the kit age into consideration.
     
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    not a bad effort!:D
     
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    Nice mate! :D
    Notice the tropical intake (the oblong bulge on the cowling) is in the wrong position...the side that is glued to the cowl is actually the upper surface. I have a spare (Hasegawa) item if you want to change it, also Hakenkreuze (swastikas) for the tail.

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    Cheers for the heads up on the intake I have removed it and will put it back on the right way up after giving it a clean and filling the sink mark. Did this one with a stinking cold to try and take my mind off how rough I felt. If you have any spare hakenkruze they will be gratefully received
     
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