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1/72 Ιtaleri Bf-109G-2 by Angel Exposito Gonzalez
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This is Angel Exposito Gonzalez with a small scale yet masterfully painted and weathered Bf-109G-2 by Italeri...Aftermarket sets by Aires and CMK turn this rather small model into a little gem!!! (Comments by Thanos Mentzelopoulos)

1/72 Ιtaleri Bf-109G-2

by Angel Exposito Gonzalez

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HISTORY

Bf 109 was the official Reichsluftfahrtministerium (German Aviation Ministry, RLM) designation, since the design was submitted by the Bayerische Flugzeugwerke company, and was used exclusively in all official German documents dealing with this aircraft family. The company was renamed Messerschmitt AG after July 1938 when Erhard Milch finally allowed Willy Messerschmitt to acquire the company; from that date forward, all Messerschmitt aircraft were to carry the "Me" designation except those already assigned a Bf prefix. Wartime documents from Messerschmitt AG, RLM, and others continued to use both designations, sometimes even on the same page, but there were several RLM orders to deny acceptance of documents carrying the Me prefix for the Bf 109.
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Me 109 is known to have been the name used in print by Luftwaffe propaganda publications as well as by the Messerschmitt company itself after July 1938, and Luftwaffe personnel, who pronounced it may hundert-neun. The Me 109 ("emm ee one-oh-nine") designation was usually used in the English-speaking world. However, in both wartime and contemporary literature, both the "Bf" and "Me" as well as "ME" prefixes are used. All extant airframes are described as "Bf 109" on identification plates, including the final K-4 models.
Source: http://www.hitechcreations.com/wiki/index.php/Bf_109G-2

KIT

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CONSTRUCTION

No doubt it's not the best kit on 1/72, but I've put on her a little effort. Riveeted with Trumpy machine and added an Aires cockpit. The figures belong to CMK catalogue.

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ADDITIONAL

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CONCLUSSION

I hope you like it!!!

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Text and Photos by Angel Exposito Gonzalez

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