Me 109G (oz770)


Me 109G (oz770) by Phil Smith - plan thumbnail

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Me 109G. Scale German WWII fighter for rubber power, by Veron.

Update 28/2/2024: Added kit instructions, thanks to Pit.

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Photo of the completed Veron Me109 is from here many thanks to BillGaylord for finding that image.
SteveWMD - 05/11/2012
I think also the picture of the ME109 on the site is mine too and I have attached another picture of that [main pic, 003]. Cracking website. Cheers,
Andrew Darby - 08/02/2022
Hi, here are a couple of pics of my Veron Me109g [pics 004, 005], and one flying as proof that it does fly and fly very well too. (even with the kits plastic prob and a single loop of 1/8" rubber). It was built from the kit with no modifications! Good ol' tissue and dope (thinned!). Cheers,
Jim Primrose - 24/08/2023
Congratulations on your maiden flight, and the Mercedes-Benz ornament is quite germane to the context.
Miguel - 24/08/2023
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