Moving on to the engine and cowl area, we are greeted with separate cowl panels which could be left off to display engine detail! The cowl machine guns are a separate part which includes the feed mechanism.
The landing gear and wheel wells are likewise beautifully done, and a centerline rack and drop tank are included as options.
Markings are for Dietrich Hrabak's aircraft from II/JG54. In addition to an extensive sheet of data stencils and national markings (but no swastikas), the sheet containing the markings for Hrabak's aircraft also includes decals for the camoflage. That's right, no complicated masking and airbrushing required. Simply paint the model RLM65 light blue overall, apply the decals, paint the canopy frame and you're done! What could be easier? Still, if you wish to paint the camoflage yourself, you could do so easily as all the actual aircraft stencils and markings are separate decals from the camoflage decals.