What model Ju-88?

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What model Ju-88?

Post by rick vb » 09 May 2005 23:42

Hello,

Can sombody identefy which model Ju-88 my picture is?

I received it years ago from my elementary school teacher and has been hanging on a wall in my house ever since.

Thanks

PS sorry for the poor image quality. Will retake if necesary.
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Post by Valtoro » 10 May 2005 19:31

Hard to say, but with the glass nose, it could be Ju88-A1, A-4 or A-5 (regarding the A-5 subversion, I'm not sure about the lenght of the wings on your Ju88)


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Post by Mangrove » 11 May 2005 08:30

Hi!

It could also be Ju-88T (reconnaissance version)

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Post by Warager » 15 May 2005 19:22

It also cuold be a Ju-88A-14 but who knows
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Post by rick vb » 17 May 2005 02:21

Thanks for the replies, guys.

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Post by Sbf.Koch » 18 May 2005 01:25

Try to capture, rotate and resize the 1st picture provided by Valtoro and place it over the picure you posted. By dong this you can exclude several models by wingspan and such.

Good luck,

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Re: Ju 88 in photo

Post by Cantankerous » 13 Jun 2022 17:33

Valtoro wrote:
10 May 2005 19:31
Hard to say, but with the glass nose, it could be Ju88-A1, A-4 or A-5 (regarding the A-5 subversion, I'm not sure about the lenght of the wings on your Ju88)


Ju88A
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/Valtoro.
The Ju 88 in the photo could be a Ju 88A-4/5 because its wings are acutely rounded at the tips unlike the wingtips of the Ju 88A-1.

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