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BF 109G-6 Die Cast Model - New Tooling! Erich Hartmann,  4./JG 52 Hungary, 1944 (1:48)
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Length: 7.25"

Wingspan 8.75"

Prepainted Diecast Metal Model

Collectors item: Not suitable for children under 14

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    Item #: HA8750
    Hobby Master Diecast Airplanes

    Hobby Master 1/48 Air Power Series HA8750 BF 109G-6 "Erich Hartmann" 4./JG 52 Hungary, 1944 

    The first Bf-109G "Gustav" entered service in March 1942. New features were a pressurized cockpit with three larger guns mounted on the nose and none on the wings but could be field mounted. The Bf-109G could overheat causing oil leaks; starting a fire forcing the pilot to bail out. The Gustav was produced in many variants including long-range fighters, recon fighters and bomber destroyers. The Bf-109G-6 lacked a pressurized cockpit but was the most numerous Bf- 109 produced and the first to carry 13mm machine guns; equivalent to the American 50 caliber Browning. On January 30, 1944 Erich Hartmann claimed six enemy aircraft; his 178th - 183rd victories and on February 1, 1944 Erich Hartmann claimed another five victories; his 186th - 190th. On February 26, 1944 10 Airacobras fell victim to Hartmann. On October 1, 1944 he was appointed Staffelkapitaen of 4./JG 52 (or 7./JG 52) based in Hungary and by year's end Hartmann had a total of 331 victories. At the end of WWII Hartmann's total victory tally stood at 352 after having flown 825 missions. 1/48 scale pre-finished. Die-cast metal with a minimum of plastic. All markings pad applied for superb results. Canopy slides open. Comes with a pilot that can be removed. Comes with display stand. Landing gear is fully retractable and can be displayed up or down. Propeller is metal. Extremely sought after by collectors.