Eduard 1/72 Bf 110G-4 Weekend (7465)

Today's article is dedicated to Eduard 1/72 Bf 110G-4 Weekend (7465). Aircraft itself doesn't need an extra introduction. Big twin-engine fighter looks impressive even in the small scale, and now we have another chance to copy it, this time in night version. Packaging is typical, all frames come in several plastic bags. Let's open this box and take a closer look together.
By the way, here you can read review with another German aircraft.
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Take a closer look at all parts in our video-review.

Here you can check video with additional PE set which will add more features to your model.

We are going to start with wing parts. Overall design is typical here, note that flaps are premolded.

Next we see the special sprue for the night version. Be careful with those thin parts as they should be also combined with PE elements.

Overall molding quality looks great, but some parts are tiny and might require installation with tweezers. Note that you can also find Brassin upgrades for this model.

Kit features several types of the nose section, and the choice will depend on the marking you would like to copy.

Of course, both fuselage halves are molded without tail surfaces, you will install them separately. External features are typical - recessed panel lines and rivets.

Cockpit floor might look simple, but there are more parts to be added. I recommend to play with weathering in the cockpit, so that it will look more realistic.

Each engine gondola should be assembled out of two halves. Keep in mind that there is no engine included in this kit.

Clear frame comes in the separate plastic bag. This is a Weekend Edition kit, so you have to buy masks separately.

Small surprise comes in form of this unpainted PE fret. It should be handy for antennas on the night version.

Both decals sheets are printed in Eduard, so you shouldn't be worried about possible quality issues. Note that there are also some decals for the cockpit. All markings can be seen on the photo below.

Assembly manual is typical for this brand. You can check all pages in the video-review.

Experienced modelers might say that this is not a new plastic, and they will be right. Nevertheless it is still amazing to see that small Bf 110 still looks great and should turn into an attractive copy of the big German fighter aircraft. Eduard did a great job here, so Weekend Edition is also a good choice for twin-engine build. Of course, you can get some additional accessories, but for budget-conscious modelers this is a good option.
Get this and other kits on official Eduard website.


  • Nice molding quality
  • Clever parts division
  • Good decals
  • PE parts included


  • No masks for clear parts

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