Me-109H

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  1. otftch

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    1/72 scale Me-109H.This is the high altitude test aircraft that was not put into production as the TA-152 was a better alternative. Kit is from Pegasus and was terrible.
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    nice job of a rare aircraft,i do know what you mean about the Pegasus kits having being doing a Gamecock and Spiteful recently for some time and i'm still not happy with them,nothing fits correctly
     
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    Ed

    for a terrible kit you've done a great job!
     
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    Another nice build, Ed. I always enjoy your "other than mainstream" approach to kit selection and interpretation.
     
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    With all, great stuff Ed!

    I have the 1:72 Mark Miniatures kit: Italeri 109F-4 (sans wings) with resin conversion items.
     
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    nice Ed
     
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    That's terribly good Ed! :D
     
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    Nice work Ed!
     
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    I have always wondered why the 109h did not get the DB-628 in it.
     
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    Another good one, Ed!
     
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    Very nice Ed. Would never have guessed it was not a god kit. Great work!
     
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    Another great one mate!
     
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    With Jan here. :thumbright:
     
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