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  German Messerschmitt Bf 109E-4/N Fighter - Oberstleutnant Adolf Galland, Jagdgeschwader 26 "Schlageter", Audembert, 1940 (1:72 Scale)
German Messerschmitt Bf 109E-4/N Fighter - Oberstleutnant Adolf Galland, Jagdgeschwader 26 Schlageter, Audembert, 1940

Corgi German Messerschmitt Bf 109E-4/N Fighter - Oberstleutnant Adolf Galland, Jagdgeschwader 26 'Schlageter', Audembert, 1940




 
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Corgi US32110 German Messerschmitt Bf 109E-4/N Fighter - Oberstleutnant Adolf Galland, Jagdgeschwader 26 "Schlageter", Audembert, 1940 (1:72 Scale) "Guns before butter. Guns will make us powerful; butter will only make us fat."
- Reichsmarschall Hermann Goering, Head of the German Luftwaffe

Numerically the most abundant fighter produced by either side during WWII, the Messerschmitt Bf 109 formed the backbone of the Jagdwaffe on both the eastern and western fronts, as well as in the Mediterranean and North Africa. Of the eight distinct sub-types within the huge Bf 109 family, the most populous was the G-model, of which over 30,000 were built between 1941-45. Despite its production run, only a handful of genuine German Bf 109s have survived into the 1990s, and with the serious damaging of the RAFs G-2 at Duxford in October 1997, only the German-based MBB G-6 and Hans Ditte's G-10 (both composites) are currently airworthy.

Pictured here is a 1:72 scale replica of a German Messerschmitt Bf-109E-4/N fighter that was flown by Oberstleutnant Adolf Galland, of Jagdgeschwader 26, then deployed to Audembert in 1940. Sold Out!

Dimensions:
Wingspan: 5.5 inches
Length: 5 inches

Release Date: January 2007

Historical Account: "Dolfo" - Undoubtedly one of the best known Bf 109Es of them all, Galland's famous E-4/N was marked with Kommodore markings, 57 victory bars on the rudder and the familiar black and white mouse personal emblem. But the writing was on the wall for this aircraft by December 1940. Having scored an additional three kills with it, Galland then received a new Bf 109E-0, and proceeded to fly both types from Brest in early 1941. The Bf 109Es scope protuding from the windscreen was not a telescopic sight, but just a straightforward telescope, which enabled Galland to identify between friend and foe at a greater range.

Features
  • Diecast construction
  • Spinning propeller
  • Opening canopy
  • Retractable landing gear
  • Comes with display stand

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