These planes are very nice from my stand point but I think that if someone in the world has one not to restore it but to put the plane in a aviation museum.
|William Long, 25.02.2015|
Quite a few of these that were featured in the "The Battle of Britain" were re-discovered in a Warehouse in Britain in 2014 where they were "impounded" over unpaid bills from the movie production. Several restoration groups are negotiating purchase and restoration.
This Plane is a Buchon Typ Ha-1112-M1l it give 2 Typs K1l and M1l
|Bob Hammond, 01.03.2011|
You can see 2 or 3 of these "Bouchons"(Spanish built 109's) at Duxford Imp War Museum. in Cambridgeshire.UK.One is airwothy the others are being restored to flying condition,
|Andy McGeechan, 02.01.2011|
Many of these played Luftwaffe 109s in the film
"The Battle Of Britain" (GB 1969)
In 1958, I worked as a tech-rep at Torrejon AB with the 497th. F.I.S. Every time these aircraft took the active, they drew the squadron's F-86L pilots to the flight line
to watch them take off, wishing that they could have a go. Nothing like a Merlin in a BF109 to start the dreams flowing.
|Pedro Frederico Garcia, 16.04.2010|
Engine: Rolls-Royce Merlin 500-45, 1.400hp, two 20mm guns and 8 rockets 80mm Top speed: 670 km/h at 4.330m Ceiling: 11.100m Range: 761 km lenght: 9,82m wing span: 12,02m total weight take-off: 3.155kg