New model in the work (too)

Discussion in 'Kit Announcements' started by NOBI, Oct 22, 2004.

  1. NOBI

    NOBI Active Member

    Hi There,

    Let's me play too... :D

    Prize for people who can ID this aircraft is this aircraft when it finish and ready to release....winner must can ID in both model and version ;) and must explain of this aircarft's information too

    Hint : this is BABY Series and this aircarft have gun in each wing too but not see in picture hehe
  2. Huey

    Huey Member

    Messerschmitt Bf 109G-14
  3. jrts

    jrts Active Member

    Hi Nobi

    Could it be a BF 109T built by Fieseler with an increse in wing area and deck landing gear

    A version to be operated from the carrier Graf Zeppelin.


  4. adensley

    adensley Member

    It is weird....well a little bit. The spinner is round with a small cannon in the middle like the Bf-109F and G and there is no tailplane support struts. The canopy is squared off all the way to the back like the E and T, not curved like the later F and G.

    The supercharger intake is a square box like the E, not the smooth curved one on the later 109's. Same with the exhausts and shrouds. The carrier T version was based on the 109E, except for the longer folding wings and hook, so most characteristics would be the same on those two.

    The underchin intake is more a characteristic of the deepened later G ones.

    Nobi mentions no wing guns "yet" which makes me think of the later G guns with their underwing gondolas.

    The exposed propellor blade bosses say E to me as well.

    If it had tailplane support struts and a more angular, cone shaped spinner I would say Bf-109E3, but I really don't know.


  5. NOBI

    NOBI Active Member

    Hi There,

    i forgot to tell that, there is a support strut at tail wing...that Render not show that strut. apologized me for stupid render too hehehe.
  6. DeWayne

    DeWayne Member

    I get the impression it's an E4. Something is just covered in the pic by a prop blade and that, I believe, will be the big clue.

    E4, Nobi?
  7. barry

    barry Active Member

    Looks like it has a desert air intake anyway

  8. Jim Krauzlis

    Jim Krauzlis Active Member

    I don't know, looks like the Messerschmidt T-2, with that narrower snout, squarish air intake. Flown by Oberleutnant Herbert Christmann 11./JG 11, Lister/Germany June 1944. :lol:

  9. cmdrted

    cmdrted Active Member

    new model in the work

    Is it the spanish HA-1112-M12 Buchon? One of the better post war versions of Willy's Bf-109 series, interestingly the Me/Bf 109s in the movie Battle of Britain are this Spanish version, (painted in near authentic colors, "colours".
  10. Bowdenja

    Bowdenja Active Member

    I'm with DeWayne. Looks like an E-series but I think it's an Bf 109E-7 with the pointed-nose and square in-take dust filter. They flew in Russia.
    Oh was the last of the E series. :wink:
  11. NOBI

    NOBI Active Member

    Hi There,

    Thank you very much for your anticipate answer :D

    That is my next Baby series...ME-109 E4

    Why E4 let's see my explain

    1) see at Engine's exhaust show that is not B, C or D version

    2) see at tailwing's strut...still appear mean not F or newer version than F

    3) see at Top of look flat mean it is not E-1 or E-3

    4) see at propeller hub...still have gun mount at tip mean not E-7

    so what is left...yes that is E-4 and can modifies to E-4/B what have bomb in bottom or make your own dust filter to be an E-4/Trop

    That is my research from book and internet, if im wrong please correct me but DeWayne, Encyclopedia man...u r winner. u will receieve my model when it ready to release. glad that u r winner
  12. NOBI

    NOBI Active Member

    Hi There,

    just finish test build of BABY ME-109...this is a quickbuild so not look good enough :D but let's all see a progress
  13. Bowdenja

    Bowdenja Active Member

    WOW! :shock:
    Its looks great Nobi! Can't wait! :D

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