Focke-Wulf Fw 190D-9 W.Nr. 500647, better known as “Brown 4” is a popular subject with modelers due to its unusual camouflage and being fitted with the tail assembly designed for the Ta 152. The camouflage has been interpreted in a variety of ways. The source photographs were taken at Celle in April 1945. They are in black and white, and show Brown 4 missing her cowling panels and canopy. My model most closely follows the profile in the JaPo Fw 190D volume, but with RLM 75 under the wings which I feel is a better match for the photograph. This is the Hasegawa kit with a resin tail and decals from AML.