Friedrich-Karl “Tutti” Müller claimed his first victory, a French Curtiss Hawk during the Dunkirk evacuation in May, 1940. His score improved to ten during the Battle of Britain, but he was forced down into the English Channel due to fuel exhaustion.
Müller served in all the major theaters where the Luftwaffe was engaged. He claimed 89 victories against the Soviets and 51 against the Western Allies, including 24 heavy bombers, for a total of 140. He was killed on 29MAY44 when his Bf 109G stalled while coming in for a landing.
The model represents Müller’s Messerschmitt Bf 109E-4 in the markings of Stab III./JG 53 in October 1940.