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Me110
German WWII nightfighter
About this creation
German WWII nightfighter

The wing is a sandwhich-design with gray bottom and tan top.
The landing gear is retractable.
The square-looking nose of the craft actually looks qite round in real life.
The small stand gives the plane a perfect dramatic effect on top of the vitrine (last photo). I really feel "It´s coming to get me!" ;-)

I'm painfully aware of most big differences compared to the prototype, but allow myself certain liberty, especially because of missing bricks and technical solutions. (My collection is rather limited...)

Not shown; The torpedo-like bombs has ben changed, but no photos...






















Comments

 I like it 
  November 8, 2011
That is such a tremendous challenge to reproduce warbirds... Even at 1/72th scale, they gave me some hard time. Brilliant work and brilliant technics you nicely shared, thank you!!
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  June 18, 2011
A very nice replica of a WWII fighter, I am impressed. Don't worry about the nose not being round, things always look more blocky in LEGO, you should see how the nose on my P-38 turned out! XD
 I like it 
  October 1, 2009
Hey its the most suckish dayfighter plane of the war, but the best lego version ever! Good job!!
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  September 21, 2009
I am speechless.
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  May 20, 2009
Good creation and nice photos, they gave me a lot of inspiration, especially the way you made the nose and wings. Thank you
 I like it 
  May 20, 2009
Nice! Keep making more Aircraft!
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  January 31, 2009
Thats some good stuff.
  January 18, 2009
I really like your Bf 110! The only thing you should change are the engines. Some comments for historical correctness: The Bf 110 was intended to be a heavy fighter (Zerstörer). During the war, it was modified to fit in the role of a fighter-bomber and a nightfighter. Your Bf 110 depicts a fighter-bomber, not a nightfighter. The nightfighter would have black camouflage, antennas to detect bombers in the dark and no bombs (just external containers for extra fuel). Apart from that - nice work.
 I like it 
  January 17, 2009
me and bf are the same, they are just the two main manufacturers of the planes. Look it up on wiki. Nice plane though, but i have a disagreement with the canopy. Nice MOC overall. % from me. ~Martin
 I made it 
  January 17, 2009
Quoting john lamarck at all except for the engines and the landing gear (the most difficult parts).They look like radial engines and the landing gear retracts the wrong way.
Heh.. Spot on! ;-) Motors: True. I was actually trying to build a Junkers cargoplane first. Will try to correct in a modified version with other colors, which may free up pieces needed! Landing-gear; Because of the radial-like motor and wing-construction, the wheel has no room to retract into. Not likely to correct. Wing-form; Not enough tan pieces to build correct angels. May be possible to improve with different colour version. Name; I´m aware of the confusion about the name of the plane (Me<>Bf). Googling "Me110" yields my plane 3 times as many times as "Bf110", so I chose the Me description, sorry ;-)
 I like it 
  January 17, 2009
Not bad at all except for the engines and the landing gear (the most difficult parts).They look like radial engines and the landing gear retracts the wrong way. Otherwise good SNOT work. The best Lego Bf-110 so far.
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  January 17, 2009
who, this is so awesome!
  January 17, 2009
Hey, looks nice your ME-110! Especially the sleek tail and the wings look great! Steffen
 
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