The voices in my head said: "do it, just do it.".

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The voices in my head said: "do it, just do it.".

Joined: February 24th, 2002, 4:17 pm

May 2nd, 2008, 3:57 pm #1

The IAR Bf109G-6a, using the Radu Brinzin conversion and decals. The decals lifted from their backing quite quickly and were very fragile. They were fine with MicroScale Blue Bottle, and it was a help, but the Red Bottle was too hot. For the model, I used the Hase Bf109G-6 (what else!?).

SEE: http://homepage.eircom.net/~radub/Galle ... IAR109.htm

http://radub.com/

The G-6a was Romanian IAR built. The primary difference was the gun breach bulges. They were a different shape from the German ones and for all practical purposes it was simply aerodynamic design. The IAR G-6a also did not have a radio loop on top, nor did it have the FuG antenna on the underside. It used the tall radio mast and the glazed head armor.

The aircraft I modeled was in service with the Regimentul 180 in 1952.

http://www.worldwar2.ro/forum/index.php?showtopic=4313

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There is no such thing as an unbuildable kit, just some kits one may consider not worth building.
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Interesting subject Modeldad!

May 2nd, 2008, 4:06 pm #2

Could you elaborate "for the benefit of the uneducated" (myself). I've never seen that style of cowl buldge either.

Cheers,
Wolf
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Joined: March 1st, 2005, 8:37 pm

I thought that scheme would look great and

May 2nd, 2008, 4:14 pm #3

The IAR Bf109G-6a, using the Radu Brinzin conversion and decals. The decals lifted from their backing quite quickly and were very fragile. They were fine with MicroScale Blue Bottle, and it was a help, but the Red Bottle was too hot. For the model, I used the Hase Bf109G-6 (what else!?).

SEE: http://homepage.eircom.net/~radub/Galle ... IAR109.htm

http://radub.com/

The G-6a was Romanian IAR built. The primary difference was the gun breach bulges. They were a different shape from the German ones and for all practical purposes it was simply aerodynamic design. The IAR G-6a also did not have a radio loop on top, nor did it have the FuG antenna on the underside. It used the tall radio mast and the glazed head armor.

The aircraft I modeled was in service with the Regimentul 180 in 1952.

http://www.worldwar2.ro/forum/index.php?showtopic=4313

http://www.worldwar2.ro/forum/index.php?showtopic=4153









There is no such thing as an unbuildable kit, just some kits one may consider not worth building.
it certainly does.A nice break from all the limited run stuff you have been doing.It is 1/48th scale is,nt it.
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I edited the post with addional info. nt

May 2nd, 2008, 4:14 pm #4

Could you elaborate "for the benefit of the uneducated" (myself). I've never seen that style of cowl buldge either.

Cheers,
Wolf
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Joined: February 27th, 2005, 2:29 am

That voice you are hearing

May 2nd, 2008, 5:15 pm #5

The IAR Bf109G-6a, using the Radu Brinzin conversion and decals. The decals lifted from their backing quite quickly and were very fragile. They were fine with MicroScale Blue Bottle, and it was a help, but the Red Bottle was too hot. For the model, I used the Hase Bf109G-6 (what else!?).

SEE: http://homepage.eircom.net/~radub/Galle ... IAR109.htm

http://radub.com/

The G-6a was Romanian IAR built. The primary difference was the gun breach bulges. They were a different shape from the German ones and for all practical purposes it was simply aerodynamic design. The IAR G-6a also did not have a radio loop on top, nor did it have the FuG antenna on the underside. It used the tall radio mast and the glazed head armor.

The aircraft I modeled was in service with the Regimentul 180 in 1952.

http://www.worldwar2.ro/forum/index.php?showtopic=4313

http://www.worldwar2.ro/forum/index.php?showtopic=4153









There is no such thing as an unbuildable kit, just some kits one may consider not worth building.
is most likely the Model Elf, he causes me all sorts of trouble. Nice 109.
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Joined: March 9th, 2008, 11:37 am

Uncommon choice. Well done. n/t

May 2nd, 2008, 5:16 pm #6

The IAR Bf109G-6a, using the Radu Brinzin conversion and decals. The decals lifted from their backing quite quickly and were very fragile. They were fine with MicroScale Blue Bottle, and it was a help, but the Red Bottle was too hot. For the model, I used the Hase Bf109G-6 (what else!?).

SEE: http://homepage.eircom.net/~radub/Galle ... IAR109.htm

http://radub.com/

The G-6a was Romanian IAR built. The primary difference was the gun breach bulges. They were a different shape from the German ones and for all practical purposes it was simply aerodynamic design. The IAR G-6a also did not have a radio loop on top, nor did it have the FuG antenna on the underside. It used the tall radio mast and the glazed head armor.

The aircraft I modeled was in service with the Regimentul 180 in 1952.

http://www.worldwar2.ro/forum/index.php?showtopic=4313

http://www.worldwar2.ro/forum/index.php?showtopic=4153









There is no such thing as an unbuildable kit, just some kits one may consider not worth building.
Massimo LaCivita
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Joined: September 6th, 2005, 5:27 pm

undoubetly.....

May 2nd, 2008, 5:56 pm #7

The IAR Bf109G-6a, using the Radu Brinzin conversion and decals. The decals lifted from their backing quite quickly and were very fragile. They were fine with MicroScale Blue Bottle, and it was a help, but the Red Bottle was too hot. For the model, I used the Hase Bf109G-6 (what else!?).

SEE: http://homepage.eircom.net/~radub/Galle ... IAR109.htm

http://radub.com/

The G-6a was Romanian IAR built. The primary difference was the gun breach bulges. They were a different shape from the German ones and for all practical purposes it was simply aerodynamic design. The IAR G-6a also did not have a radio loop on top, nor did it have the FuG antenna on the underside. It used the tall radio mast and the glazed head armor.

The aircraft I modeled was in service with the Regimentul 180 in 1952.

http://www.worldwar2.ro/forum/index.php?showtopic=4313

http://www.worldwar2.ro/forum/index.php?showtopic=4153









There is no such thing as an unbuildable kit, just some kits one may consider not worth building.
in progress! luv, jean;
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Sometimes I listening to the voices is a good thing....

May 2nd, 2008, 7:12 pm #8

The IAR Bf109G-6a, using the Radu Brinzin conversion and decals. The decals lifted from their backing quite quickly and were very fragile. They were fine with MicroScale Blue Bottle, and it was a help, but the Red Bottle was too hot. For the model, I used the Hase Bf109G-6 (what else!?).

SEE: http://homepage.eircom.net/~radub/Galle ... IAR109.htm

http://radub.com/

The G-6a was Romanian IAR built. The primary difference was the gun breach bulges. They were a different shape from the German ones and for all practical purposes it was simply aerodynamic design. The IAR G-6a also did not have a radio loop on top, nor did it have the FuG antenna on the underside. It used the tall radio mast and the glazed head armor.

The aircraft I modeled was in service with the Regimentul 180 in 1952.

http://www.worldwar2.ro/forum/index.php?showtopic=4313

http://www.worldwar2.ro/forum/index.php?showtopic=4153









There is no such thing as an unbuildable kit, just some kits one may consider not worth building.
As long as it tells you to build a model, not climb a bell tower with a sniper rifle...

Nice job!
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Nice rumanian 109 G-6

May 2nd, 2008, 8:31 pm #9

The IAR Bf109G-6a, using the Radu Brinzin conversion and decals. The decals lifted from their backing quite quickly and were very fragile. They were fine with MicroScale Blue Bottle, and it was a help, but the Red Bottle was too hot. For the model, I used the Hase Bf109G-6 (what else!?).

SEE: http://homepage.eircom.net/~radub/Galle ... IAR109.htm

http://radub.com/

The G-6a was Romanian IAR built. The primary difference was the gun breach bulges. They were a different shape from the German ones and for all practical purposes it was simply aerodynamic design. The IAR G-6a also did not have a radio loop on top, nor did it have the FuG antenna on the underside. It used the tall radio mast and the glazed head armor.

The aircraft I modeled was in service with the Regimentul 180 in 1952.

http://www.worldwar2.ro/forum/index.php?showtopic=4313

http://www.worldwar2.ro/forum/index.php?showtopic=4153









There is no such thing as an unbuildable kit, just some kits one may consider not worth building.
nicely done conversion, nice paint work too.
Frog and Canuck and proud to be
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Joined: March 2nd, 2005, 12:32 am

Neat bird Steve

May 2nd, 2008, 9:24 pm #10

The IAR Bf109G-6a, using the Radu Brinzin conversion and decals. The decals lifted from their backing quite quickly and were very fragile. They were fine with MicroScale Blue Bottle, and it was a help, but the Red Bottle was too hot. For the model, I used the Hase Bf109G-6 (what else!?).

SEE: http://homepage.eircom.net/~radub/Galle ... IAR109.htm

http://radub.com/

The G-6a was Romanian IAR built. The primary difference was the gun breach bulges. They were a different shape from the German ones and for all practical purposes it was simply aerodynamic design. The IAR G-6a also did not have a radio loop on top, nor did it have the FuG antenna on the underside. It used the tall radio mast and the glazed head armor.

The aircraft I modeled was in service with the Regimentul 180 in 1952.

http://www.worldwar2.ro/forum/index.php?showtopic=4313

http://www.worldwar2.ro/forum/index.php?showtopic=4153









There is no such thing as an unbuildable kit, just some kits one may consider not worth building.
Really odd-ball. Love it, Hal
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