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Guillow's 1/16 Scale Messerschmitt BF-109 Laser Cut Balsa Wood Model Kit GUI1401LC
Guillow's 1/16 Scale Messerschmitt BF-109 Laser Cut Balsa Wood Model Kit GUI1401LC

Guillow's 1/16 Scale Messerschmitt BF-109 Laser Cut Balsa Wood Model Kit GUI1401LC

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The world's finest scale balsa model kits featuring true to life "action" parts such as movable flying surfaces, sliding canopies, retractable landing gear and droppable bombs. Kits can be built as beautiful scale shelf model or flown (rubber free flight or with some scratch building modification convert to electric powered flight). Although the fuselages of these models are roomy enough to take simple R/C equipment and electric motors ... no instructions, diagrams or parts list are included or available.

Fabulous 1/16 Scale World War II models for rubber power, free flight or scale display. The ultimate in design and construction. From the extra special instruction sheets and plans to the well cut precision laser cut balsa sheets, these truly represent the best of the best for those seeking the unusual in value, quality and completeness.

Tempered in the Spanish Civil War, the Messerschmitt BF-109 was ready and waiting when the German invasion of Poland started World War 2. The outstanding fighter of the day, the Messerschmitt quickly overcame all opposition and maintained its supremacy in the skies until it met its equal in the famed British Spitfire. During the war, the Messerschmitt fought on every front in which the German Luftwaffe was engaged.

Specifications
No: 1401 LC
Name: Messerschmitt BF-109
Wingspan: 24 3/8"
Scale: 1/16
Build Time: 30+ Hours
Skill Level: Intermediate
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    Inventory Last Updated: Sep 27, 2021