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Tamiya 1/72 Messerschmitt Bf109 G-6 Plastic Model Airplane Kit (Tamiya 60790 | TAM60790)

Model: Tamiya 60790
Dist. #: TAM60790   SKU: TAM60790

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Updated on Feb 28, 2020 04:24:34 PM

1/72 Messerschmitt Bf109 G-6 Plastic Model Airplane Kit...
1/72 Messerschmitt Bf109 G-6 Plastic Design Plane Set

This is a Tamiya model reproduction of the Messerschmitt Bf109, which was the most prolifically made fighter in history; of its variants, the G-6 was the most various at 13,000 aircraft. In reaction to enhancing Allied foes in the air, Bf109 G aircraft had the more effective DB605 engine, and from the G-6 were geared up with double 13mm MG131 machine guns that needed the unique bulges on either side of the cockpit cowling referred to as "Beule." Some were even given a 20mm cannon gondola under each wing for further enhanced firepower. The Bf109 G-6 was released on both the Western and Eastern fronts, in particular dominating Soviet adversaries as it continued in service through to the end of WWII.

Requires paint and assembly.


  • 1/72 scale plastic model assembly kit.

  • The cockpit is inserted after left and best fuselage halves have been created. It has an accurate interior with structured assembly.

  • Canopy can be put together in open or closed state.

  • Landing equipment struts have a strong accessory point for accurate accessory angle and position.

  • Comes with optional drop tank parts.

  • 2 marking choices: JG51 (with unique eye marking on the Beule) and JG54.

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