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  1. Micdrow

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    Well my friend after 2 years of waiting I finally got the pictures you requested of a Fw-190. Hope they help. Im still waiting on the second one to arrive. Hopfully it will still show up as there are 5 days left. If I missed a spot just ask hopfully I can get some more.

    All the best
    Paul

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    Great shots Paul! Looks like a restored original machine, am I right?
     
  3. Micdrow

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    Actually to be honest Im not sure the history of this machine.
     
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    #5 Micdrow, Jul 26, 2011
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    Actually I think this is a Flug Werk replica made in Germany with the orginal drawings but could be wrong. Werk plate does not seem right to me.
     
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    Beaut pics Paul, and yes, it will be one of the Flug Werk aircraft, as their is only one genuine '190 flying at the moment, in the colours it originally wore in Russia.
     
  7. Micdrow

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    Thanks Terry!!! :)
     
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    Beauty pics Paul!
     
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    Excellent pics Paul!
     
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    Thanks guys!!!
     
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    Excellent photos Paul.:thumbright: :cool:
     
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    Wonderful, Paul. Thank you so much. :notworthy:
     
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    Wow, great shots, sure looks original, they did a great job
     
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    Interesting link Paul, even tough rather dubious about the 'defection' and Britain designing landing gear based on the '190 !!
     
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    #16 bob3170, Jul 29, 2011
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    wrong place, oops

    I'm confused
     
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    Considering that the Hurricane had "wide track" landing gear in 1935.

    great pics of a great looking bird
     
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    Hello friends!Is this A-8 or A-9?
     
  19. Wurger

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    It's a modern replic of the Fw190A. So it is hard to tell what version she is. If you take her camo scheme and markings of the Sturmstaffel 1 into consideration it might be the A-7 or A-8/R2 type ( it depends on a source of the info ). Of course there is lack of main features for the type used by the unit I mean the armour plates around the cockpit and the Scheuklappen on the slided back cockpit conopy.


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    It's based on the A-9 series
     
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