dutik Posted July 10, 2020 Author Share Posted July 10, 2020 Rechlin is showing a somewhat special Me-109 G2. The aircraft is property of the official German Luftwaffe Museum at Berlin/Gatow. It was build in Spain under licence by Hispano Aviation SA (HAS) in 1950 and flown by Spanish Air Force until 1968(!). When retired it was sold to an Air Force museum in Uetersen (germany). It was there later rebuilt with a DB-605 engine and converted into full German Me-109 G2 standard. The paint job shows the aircraft of Gruppenkommandeur (group commander) Major Gustav Rödel of II./JG 27, as flown until 1943 over North Africa and Italy. Given the numbers of online 109 walkarounds I've made just some photos of the normally less visible areas and the stencelling. ETC-500 center pylon (minus covers) of a 109: Enjoy! - dutik RLWP, Hartmann352, Trak-Tor and 3 others 5 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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