Vintage Pro Modeler Bf 109G-10

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    #1 bobbysocks, May 20, 2010
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    i got several vintage kits i want to build but i will start with the 'schmitt". it's a Pro Modeler 1:72 from 1997. its a Bf 109G-10 ... a type i specifically wanted. i hope to do it justice as Yellow 7 IV/.JG 301. i havent built a model in way over 20 some years so this will be an interesting and learning experience.... the kit look pretty good.... and my old airbrushes have the dust cleaned off so.........

    wow the pics came in WAY too big will have to fix in the next day or 2... sorry
     
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    Looking forward to seeing your pics.
     
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    Me too. And vintage, at only 13 years old? I've got final demands older than that!!
     
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    They're so old, they're written in sandscrit, with a feather quill !!!
     
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