The Messerschmitt BF109T-1 was designed for the new Germany Aircraft carrier Graf Zeppelin but the carrier was cancelled. This brought about the development of the land based Bf109T-2 with out carrier equipment but capable of short airfield take offs and landings. The Bf109T-2s were assigned to Norway for operation on their shorter airfields.
Extended main wings characteristic of Bf109T-2
Resin wing tips
Wing flaps may be posed up or down
Decals by Cartograf for two versions:
Bf 109T-2, Black 6, JG 11, Norway, 1944, as flown by Oblt Herber Christmann
Bf 109T-2, Yellow 7, NJG 101, Manching, Germany, 1