Bf 109E ROYAL CLASS 1/48
Royal Class edition of the 1/48 Bf 109E contains:
- plastic frames
- photo-etched accessories
- Brassin accessories
- painting masks
enabling to build two complete models in versions E-1, E-3, E-4 or E-7.
Decals covers twelve colorful and famous markings.
Special bonuses of this limited Royal Class edition are:
- 1/4 scale Bf 109E control panel
- with Revi 12C gunsight
- a metal coffee thermocup with engraved artwork of Bf 109E. The WWII style manufacture plate on reverse side contains a limited edition unique numbering.
R0007 Marking Options Bf 109 E-1, 6./JG 26, summer 1939Bf 109 E-3, W.Nr. 5057, flown by Oblt. Josef Priller, CO of 6./JG 51, France, late 1940Bf 109 E-3, flown by Hptm. Dr. Erich Mix, Stab I./JG 53, Wiesbaden-Erbenheim, November, 1939Bf 109 E-3, W.Nr. 2486, flown by Lt. Ioan Di Cesare, Escadrila 57, Grupul 7 Vanatoare, Karpovka – Stalingrad airfield, Soviet Union, November, 1942Bf 109 E-3, flown by Hptm. Werner Mölders, CO of III./JG 53, May, 1940Bf 109 E-4, W.Nr. 1480, flown by Oblt. Franz von Werra, Wierre-au-Bois, France, September 2, 1940Bf 109 E-4, W.Nr. 5819, Obstlt. Adolf Galland, CO of JG 26, Audembert, France, December, 1940Bf 109 E-4/B, W.Nr. 3605, flown by Ofw. Reinhold Schmetzer, 8. /JG 77, Soviet Union, July 20, 1941Bf 109 E-7, III./ZG 1, Belgorod and Kuteinikovo airfield, Soviet Union, May to August, 1942Bf 109 E-7, III./JG 77, Belgrad – Semlin airfield, Yugoslavia, May, 1941Bf 109 E-7 Trop, 2./JG 27, Ain-el-Gazala airfield, Libya 1941Bf 109 E-7 Trop, 2./JG 27, Ain-el-Gazala airfield, Libya 1941
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Dear Eduard Crew,
this is a very, very good model kit with a lot of additional items. The coffee mug will shorten the time of building the Bf 109's and will help to work through the nights!
Well done!! It is the now the best Royal Class Kit.