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 MESSERSCHMITT  ME-109  (46 size - scale warbird category)

Messerschmitt ME-109 (also known as BF-109) is the most famous warbird of the Germany’s air force during the II World War  participating in all war theatres in Europe, in North Africa and in Russia.

It was considered as the best enemy  of several opposing air forces such as the RAF’s Spitfire, the USAF’s P-51 D Mustang

Together with other VQ’s models such as the Soviet’s MIG3, the Italian Macchi-205 Veltro, the USAF’s P-51 B, C and D Mustang and  the Japanese A6M5 Zero, this newest Messerschmitt ME-109 almost completes the entire collection of the II World War’s warbirds.

- All Balsa and lite-ply construction
- Hand painted pilot
- Control surfaces pre-hinged and installed
- Fully covered in weathered detail
- Fiberglass cowling
- ABS Drop tanks

- Wingspan: 60.6" (1,54m)
- Fuselage: 44.0" (1,12m)
- Weight: ~ 6.0 - 6.4 lbs (~ 2700-2900g)
- Engine req: .40 - .46 (2 stroke), .70 (4 stroke)
- Radio req: 5 channels,  5 servos

- Assembly instructions with stage photos
- Tail wheel assembly
- Fiberglas cowling
- Plastic pilot
- Wheels
- Servo trays
- Engine mounts
- Spinner
- Fuel tank
- Decals and all hardware

Does not include: radio, motor, glue, and silicon fuel line

Product code :  VQA031 (German version I)    VQA0312 (German version II)      


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