The Bf 109 played an important part in all operations during World War II. The prototype first flew on 28.05.1935. The single-seat fighter featured a 1,435 hp DB 605 engine which gave it a max. speed of 684 km/h at 7,400 m. Production totaled some 35.000 units.
- Landing gear in 2 optional positions
- Structurally detailed surfaces
- Decals for 2 versions
- Detailed cockpit with an instrument panel
- Bf 109 G-10, II. Gruppe/JG 7, end 1944, Northern Germany
- Bf 109 G-10, IV. Gruppe/JG 27, early 1945, Berlin