109D-1 with fully reworked and accurized forward fuselage, including gun
troughs moved rearwards, fuselage rescribed, individual exhaust stacks
from styrene rod drilled with .8 mm burr bit, lead foil wheel liners, .010
upper gear covers, .024 brass wire brake lines, separated elevators (interior
controls to match), Eduard PE set for Emil used to dress up interior to
some extent, spare Hasegawa seat used with Eduard PE belts, MPM vac canopy,
.010 strip, .028 brass wire, and brass mesh screen from TH125 auto transmission
filter used for radiator face, markings
for 2./JG232 at Döberitz, Germany in March 1939 during wargames held there.
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