AIRCRAFT GERMANY

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Focke-Wulf Ta152 C-1 Hobby Boss 1/48

Hobby Boss Focke-Wolf Ta152C-1. It was named Ta after Kurt Tank, the chief designer. The C-1 model is a type with the main wings cut down, and the horsepower of the engine is strengthened.
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Heinkel He219 A-7 UHU Tamiya 1/48

Tamiya's He219A-7 UHU kit was released more than 20 years ago, but it has a reputation of being fairly good-quality, so even now no other company has released the same scale model. The marking is1st NJG1, 1st Company of the 1st Night Fighter Squadron, May 1945 Germany. It was an airplane in May 1945. It's almost the end of the war.
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Dornier Do215B-4 German Reconnaissance Plane ICM 1/48

It is a plastic model maker in Eastern Europe called ICM. Dornier Do215B-4, a German twin-engine reconnaissance aircraft. This ICM kit does not have a Swastika mark decal, so you need to get it or draw it yourself. I got an Extra Decal Swastika with various marks. Two sheets will be enough for a while.
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Messerschmitt Bf109 F-4 Winter Camouflage Luftwaffe Sweet 1/144

This is a winter camouflage version of the Messerschmidt Bf109F-4. Marking is I./JG54 flown by Hauptman Hans Phillipp, Krasnogvardeisk, Russia March 1942. The other is JG54 Eastern Front marking. It seems not to be a specific pilot's special fighter.
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Focke-Wulf Fw190D-9 JV44 Luftwaffe Platz 1/144

It is a Platz Focke-Wolf Fw190. It is a rare kit that all the red parts on the underside of the fuselage are decals. I was nervous about pasting this. The marking is JV44.
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Arado Ar234B-2/N Nachtigall Reconnaissance Aircraft Hasegawa 1/48

Hasegawa Arad 234B-2 / N. It is a twin-engine aircraft of the German Air Force, so it will be quite big. The canopy masking and the mottling coating on the upper surface of the aircraft were very difficult tasks.
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Junkers Ju87G-2 Stuka German Anti Tank Attacker Hasegawa 1/48

This is Stuka from Hasegawa. 1/48 is big and powerful when completed. The marking is Luftwaffe Kdr./SG2 (2nd Ground Support Wing). Stuka was slow in speed and the air combat ability is low, so switched over to the Focke-Wulf Fw190. I can see the cockpit well, so I added seatbelts that are sold separately.
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Messerschmitt Bf109K-4 German Fighter Academy 1/48

It is Academy Bf109K-4. It had a gun barrel made of metal. This is the symbol of the red tulip markings of Colonel Hermann Graf, who is the 52nd fighter wing (JG52) commander. I like that it has a Cartograf decal.
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Focke-Wulf FW190A-3 German Fighter Hasegawa 1/48

It is a Focke-Wolf Fw190A-3 of Hasegawa. Even though I'm still an amateur, I tried riveting the whole surface. How reckless. It's poor work, but I also try various things, such as a figure.
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