Messerschmitt Bf109K-4 Hartmann Final Combat

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Around noon, May 8th 1945 Erich Harteman recorded his 352nd air victory, just hours before the World War II ended for Germany. By that time he was flying a Messerschmidt Bf 109 K-4 (Kurfürst), it was the most advanced and the final version of 109, using DB605DB or DC Daimler-Benz engine (1 973 HP), pressurised pilot cabin, redesigned engine cover and propeller cap. This version of the 109 was capable of flying at 730 km/h and reaching 12 500m sealing making it a fully functional high altitude interceptor. At the same time it was the most armed of the 109’s- 2 x MG-131, 1 x MK-108 machine guns and under wing gondolas capable of carrying 20 or 30 millimetre machine cannons.

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This is ready to assemble plastic model kit. Paints and cement (not included) are needed to complete the model. Side cutters, modeling knife, tweezers are also recommended.

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