The Erla Bf 109G-10 was different from all other G-10s. Revell's
new kit captures this variant for the first time in injection.
This sheet contains seven very interesting and thoroughly
researched aircraft with a surprising variety of schemes and
markings. Anders Hjortsberg has done a vast amount of research
into these aircraft, and the work shows in the superbly detailed
profiles and accurately rendered decals. Printed by Cartograf,
they are of the highest quality. Two full sets of stencils and
national markings are included. This new release, one of two for
the G-10, contains the following aircraft:
Bf 109G-10 (Erla built). White 14
Ex II./JG3 aircraft. Flown by Waldemar Wagler, JG51 at Garz,
Germany, April 1945
Bf 109G-10 (Erla built). Yellow 6
JGr.300. Pilot Unknown. Neubiberg, Germany. June, 1945.
Bf 109G-10 (Erla built). Black 13
JG27(?) Location Unknown, Mid June 1945
Bf 109G-10 (Erla built). Red 5
2./JG300. Flown by Friedrich-Wilhelm “Timo” Schenk. Borkheide,
Bf 109G-10 (Erla built). Blue 1
JG301. Pilot Unknown. Base Unknown. Spring, 1945
Bf 109G-10 (Erla built). Black 22
5./JG52. Pilot and location unknown.
Bf 109G-10 (Erla built). No identity markings.
Squadron and location unknown. June, 1945