Messerschmitt ME 109E (oz4435)

 

Messerschmitt ME 109E (oz4435) by HalKarlson from HK Designs 2012 - plan thumbnail

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Messerschmitt Me109E. Profile scale model for control line. 16.75in span, for .049 - .074 engine.

Quote: "Hi Steve, as a winter project I designed several 1/2A profile Mouse Racers and just finished the first one. This is my ME-109E racer with a 16.75" span. All the planes in this series have the same dimensions with the only variable being in the profile and wing planform. I hope you can use this plan on your site. The link to this plane is: http://webpages.charter.net/karlson/ and attached are a couple photos and a pdf format plan."

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Update 23/05/2013: Added templates file.

Quote: "I neglected to include the template (or pattern) sheet. This supplement would make building much easier."

Update 26/04/2014: Replaced this plan with latest revised version.

Update 13/07/2014: Replaced with latest revised version, single page.

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Messerschmitt ME 109E (oz4435) by HalKarlson from HK Designs 2012 - model pic

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  • (oz4435)
    Messerschmitt ME 109E
    by HalKarlson
    from HK Designs
    2012 
    17in span
    Scale IC C/L Military Fighter
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 21/05/2013
    Filesize: 87KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: HalKarlson

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Hello, Hope everyone is just fine? My latest, a quick build an Me109E [more pics 005]. Altered the front to suit one of my Merlin engines. (not many Me109,s fitted with a Merlin engines??) Just a fuel tank to make then it's another to hang on the wall.
Tony Wright - 11/07/2020
How true, Tony, there weren't many Merlin Bf 109s but still there were a few and a bunch are still flying and visible on film and airshows. Perhaps you'll like to take a peek at
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hispano_Aviaci%C3%B3n_HA-1112
Cheers!
Miguel - 11/07/2020
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