The Me-109G kit
If you are passionate about Messerschmitt Bf-109G-6, 1:32 scale aviation models, World War II and looking for a Messerschmitt BF-109G-6 in 1:32 scale, Revell has thought to make it available for you. At first look, after opening the Revell box, I can say it is an impressive model of the well-known fighter Bf-109G-6. Although not a 100% accurate Messerschmitt Bf-109G-6, it has potential and if you wish to build a highly detailed model nothing can stop you. You have at hand numerous after-market products which can enhance any other parts you think you could make look better towards astonishing. Combine these few elements with passion, patience and a lot of free time (I wonder who has it these days) and you will end up with a 1:32 scale Messerschmitt Bf-109G-6 that will turn heads.
All these being said, let’s take a good look inside the 1:32 scale Bf-109G-6 model box:
Item number: 04665
Total number of parts: 182
Total number of resin parts: 0
Total number of photo-etched parts: 0
Number of transparent parts: 14
Length: 28.4 cm
Wing span: 31 cm
Decals & instruction sheet
Revell offers two variants of painting and markings, both belonging to Luftwaffe units: W.No. 411960, Stab III./JG 5, Gossen, May 1945. Pilot: Hauptmann Franz Dorr; W.No. 160717, Stab II.JG 51, Romania, April 1944. Pilot: Hauptmann Karl Rammelt The Instruction sheet offered by Revell is made up of 13 pages of minute description of every step of assembling the model. That is very good! Why? Not everybody is a highly experienced modeler and for that person a good instruction sheet is somehow very important. At least in my opinion.
As a conclusion I can definitely say that this Revell model is recommended both for experienced or less experienced modelers. In both cases the final result can not be a bad one. It’s big, it’s detailed, it can be improved if you feel so. And it’s a Messerschmitt Bf-109G-6 in 1:32 scale. It will look great. Have fun modelling your own Meeserschmitt in 1:32 scale from Revell!