Id. german aircraft

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Re: Id. german aircraft

Postby Sturm78 » 02 May 2017 10:49

Hi all,

Bf 109K variant ??

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Re: Id. german aircraft

Postby von thoma » 03 May 2017 01:58

The landing gear covers has been dismantled.
According to the paint scheme, I think are late G variants.
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Re: Id. german aircraft

Postby Sturm78 » 05 May 2017 14:41

Hi von thoma...

The second aircraft of the row seems to have larger wheel tyres....

Which are the external differences between Bf 109G-10 and Bf 109K-4 ?? :?
I think that the main external difference are the covers for the main wheels but in these fighters all landing gear covers has beed dismantled....as von thoma noted

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Re: Id. german aircraft

Postby Denniss » 06 May 2017 00:33

the two most distant 109 may have a different (wider and shorter) engine air intake than the second 109.
Prop blades and engine oil cooler at first 109 look smaller than on the other three
Ring antenna mount on #2 indicates 109K, on 109G it should be closer to cockpit

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Re: Id. german aircraft

Postby von thoma » 06 May 2017 15:31

Ring antenna mount on #2 indicates 109K, on 109G it should be closer to cockpit


Deniss is right, radio equipment ring antenna in second aircraft appears very backwar ( Barely visible ).
The ring and the covers of landing gears are the better way for ID K series.
The second aircraft is different, and have dark camouflage colours, and appears to have a different propeller.
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Re: Id. german aircraft

Postby Sturm78 » 06 May 2017 17:49

Thanks, Dennis and von thoma.

So, Bf 109G-10 and an Bf 109K (the second one), therefore

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Re: Id. german aircraft

Postby TomGun » 10 Jul 2017 10:14

Hi all, can anyone help identify this plane, supposedly this photo was taken in early 1941 shortly after occupation of Guernsey on Guernsey airport, after loads of searching I believe it to be a Klemm Kl 151, but according to sources only one was ever made, and in September 1942, any experts out there recognise

Many thanks, Tom.
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Re: Id. german aircraft

Postby Waleed Y. Majeed » 10 Jul 2017 11:07

Messerschmitt Bf 108 Taifun

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Re: Id. german aircraft

Postby Sturm78 » 13 Jul 2017 20:45

Hi all,

Bf 109F or G ??

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Re: Id. german aircraft

Postby Denniss » 14 Jul 2017 00:35

F is more likely in my opinion, F-1 or F-2 as the C3 fuel triangle points to these versions. + width of prop blades and engine air intake + missing air scoops for spark plug cooling.

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Re: Id. german aircraft

Postby Sturm78 » 14 Jul 2017 20:10

Denniss wrote
F is more likely in my opinion, F-1 or F-2 as the C3 fuel triangle points to these versions. + width of prop blades and engine air intake + missing air scoops for spark plug cooling.


Thank you very much for your help, Denniss... :wink:

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Re: Id. german aircraft

Postby Panzerspitze » 05 Oct 2017 04:14

What twin-engined aircraft is it that is seen being hunted at 27:41? It's supposed to be German, but it looks more like a de Haviland Mosquito to me.
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Re: Id. german aircraft

Postby von thoma » 05 Oct 2017 04:48

It could be a Me 410.....
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Re: Id. german aircraft

Postby Panzerspitze » 05 Oct 2017 06:08

However, the Me-410 has a low-wing design. This aircraft seems to be mid-wing, with an ample belly.

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Re: Id. german aircraft

Postby flyingcarpet84 » 06 Oct 2017 10:43

Hello to all
Can anyone tell me from which aircraft this gyro comes from? please

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