BF 109 vid

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    Good one Smokey, I love the sound of the 109!
     
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    Thanks mate but it wants you to install Quicktime... argh no it wants to take over your computer.
     
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    Aren't there any other authentic non-flyable Bf's left in museums? I know a lot of them left over are the spanish version, but I thought there was still a few german ones left.
     
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    There's a Bf 109 E flying, which apparently once belonged to Hans Joachim Marseille.
    Also, i read there are several 109s being restored to flying condition around the world.
     
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    Yeah there a quite a few non flying ones around, There is at least two at the RAF museum in Hendon, an E model in the Battle of Britain display and a G model that was captured in North Africa and was flying at one point I think and may have crashed and been retired also there is that one (crashed) at Duxford. Photographic proof provided below, I'm sure there are more in museums around the world.
     

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    I have already post this vid before..
    good one.
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