Messerschmitt Me 109 (oz145)

 

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Messerschmitt Me 109. Dime scale model 16in span, scale fighter Me109. Comet kit no A37.

Update 13/07/2014: Have rescaled the printwood on this one down, to fit against the plan at 16in wingspan, thanks to RayD.

Update 17/07/2014: Replaced by a clearer copy thanks to pd1, with all formers checked.

Update 24/04/2019: Replaced this plan with a clearer version, scanned at 600 dpi, thanks to GuyColeman.

Quote: "Dear Steve and Mary, Please find attached a much higher resolution and clearer copy of the Me109 plan. I scanned this myself and took care to ensure it is free from any distortion, as most of those circulating on the internet are not straight at all. Best regards, Guy"

Direct submission to Outerzone.

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Previous scan version.
Printwood.

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