1:18 Messerschmitt ME-109 Rall BF-109G-6, 21st Toys Ultimate Soldier

1:18 Messerschmitt ME-109 Rall BF-109G-6, 21st Toys Ultimate Soldier


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WWIIMesserschmitt BF-109G-6, ME-109, Gunther Rall, Ultimate Soldier, 1/18, New In Box
Here is Ultimate Soldier’s 1/18th scale Messerschmitt BF-109G-6 from 21st Century Toys . It is painted in the markings of Germany’s 3rd highest ace, “Gunther Rall.” This is one of the most highly demanded planes from the Ultimate Solider series. The model has an opening cockpit with detailed interior, rivet and panel lines, retractable landing gear, and pilot figure. Wingspan is approximately 24 inches. I’m told that the production run for this plane ended in 2005.

Features include:

  • Detailed Cockpit
  • Opening canopies, revealing detailed cockpit interiors
  • Accurate Panel Lines and Surface Details
  • Heavy Plastic Construction
  • Positional Ailerons, Elevators, Flaps, and Rudder
  • Retractable Landing Gear
  • Authentic Paint Scheme
  • Sliding Canopy
  • Ready to hang or display on your shelf

The Luftwaffe used many different aircraft during World War II, but none were more prominent than the Messerschmitt ME-109 (later upgraded to the BF-109). It served on all fronts through the war and was an excellent fighter. It was fast, highly maneuverable, and was more heavily armed than its adversaries. The BF-109G-6 version had a pressurized cockpit and a supercharger which allowed it to function at high altitudes.
Gunther Rall, (who I met several years ago), joined the Luftwaffe in 1938 and began his career as a combat fighter pilot over the skies of France. Assigned to Jagdgeschwader 52 (JG.52) in 1939, he was commanding the 8th Staffel (Squadron) over the English Channel during the Battle of Britain. In 1941, he and the rest of JG.52 were reassigned to Constanza Romania to fly against the Russians as Operation Barbarossa was launched. Rall was shot down 8 times during his 621 combat missions, and finished the war with a total of 275 confirmed victories, the third highest scoring fighter pilot in the history of warfare. Rall passed away at his home in Germany on October 4, 2009 at the age of 91 after suffering a heart attack two days earlier.