Messerschmitt Me 410B-6/R-2

This is the 1/48 Scale Messerschmitt Me410B-6/R-2 Plastic Model Kit from Revell. Suitable for Ages 12 & Up.

Revell-Monogram Messerschmitt Me 410B-6/R-2 Plastic Model Airplane Kit 1/48 Scale #855990
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Features :
  • Highly detailed plastic pieces molded in light grey and clear.:
  • Photo etched nose nose mounted radar array.:
  • Prepainted cockpit details.:
  • Seated pilot and standing crew figures.:
  • Positional side mounted guns.:
  • Waterslide decal.:
  • Illustrated instructions.:
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Spotlight Review

 
"Great reproduction of great plane"
BlucherFamily (Overland Park, KS)
This kit is typical Revell value for money. Don't be disappointed by the simplicity of the build because the detail built in to them, especially the photo etched parts, is very impressive, and produces a very rewarding and realistic result. Add your own detailed paint job, and you will have an excellent new addition to your collection. Take your time, and put the effort in to make it look real because it is well worth it.

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Features

  • Highly detailed plastic pieces molded in light grey and clear.:
  • Photo etched nose nose mounted radar array.:
  • Prepainted cockpit details.:
  • Seated pilot and standing crew figures.:
  • Positional side mounted guns.:
  • Waterslide decal.:
  • Illustrated instructions.:

Specs

  • Scale: 1/48:
  • Length: 11-1/4 (285.75mm):
  • Wingspan: 13-3/4 (349.25mm):
  • Height: 3 (76.2mm):
  • Skill level: 3:
  • Parts: 117:

Includes

One plastic model:


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Reviews

  
 
"Messerschmitt Me 410B-6/R-2 Beginners Trap"
Alex Biever
This 1/48 scale kit is from none other than the all mighty Revell It comes with three different paint schemes and the one I've chosen is a Me 410B of Egr, Gr. KG-51, (Jagd), 1944. The other two paint schemes are (1) Me 410B, 1./ZG 26 (2) a captured Me 410B-6, in British RAF markings. This kit however is a beginners trap because I bought this aircraft at Hobby Lobby where they sell basically beginners and very common models. What I mean is that it also included the bane of my existence...photo-etched pieces Like before they're way too thin and way too small to install. I tried to install them in the cockpit but it didn't work at all I also had my mom and sister help me put together the radar antennas that were supposed to go in front of the aircraft. But guess what? It doesn't work either even withsuper glue In short I hate photo-etched pieces everyone, I hate them So I guess in this scenario this aircraft is on it's way in getting it's radar installed for night fighting. Other than that everything was very fine. The only decals I didn't install were only the very tiny ones that are not important at all. On a scale of 1-10, it gets a 9 out of 10 but don't buy this aircraft if you're a beginner for reasons stated earlier

 
"Me410B-6/R-2 Hornet"
abbattior199091
First introduced in the early 90's as part of Monogram's Pro-Modeler series of kits, the Me410 Hornisse was the second large scale twin-engine fighter by this company. This kit still holds up well even now in terms of accuracy. The overall shape is quite good and is actually more accurate than the Meng offering in regard to the engine nacelles, props and spinners. The large hex shapes on the stabilizers of the Revell-Monogram kit should not be there. I have found the photo-etched parts in the present issue of this kit to be on the soft side so be careful not to bend them too much or they may break when you straighten them. I haven't had any issues with fit or assembly so far but I strongly recommend test fitting any model because errors or distortions can go unnoticed until too late. No manufacturer ever escapes that one model that tarnishes their reputation. I used the instructions from my original issue of this kit to build it since it had color and marking information that the present issue doesn't have along with a gallery of photos of a preserved example of the Me410. She looks good alongside some of my other German twin-engine fighters and I hope we continue to see more unique, less mainstream aircraft coming from all kit makers.

 
"Such a clean and good looking aircraft"
irish_cali_man
While I didn't build the nightfighter version, I did build the Me 410 which went together quite well. I did have a problem trying to put the fuselage together as its designed to have the access portions open but I managed to get them closed. This kit was designed to be on the ground because of that, the second pilot figure is standing. Since I have mine setup for flight, it has only the pilot in it. There are no fit issues with this kit and therefore, I recommend this kit for beginners.

Comments

Due to small parts that could cause a choking hazard please kee away from children 3 years of age and younger.

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