That's a model, built by tc2324 on Fighter Control .co.uk as a "what if", so there really isn't anything to argue about.
(41-24595, "Wolf Hound")
I don't believe there is a photo of a Lancaster in Luftwaffe markings. I know a lot of people have looked for one !
ND396, BQ-D, of 550 Sqn. which crash landed near Berlin on January 30/31 1944 is most people's pole sitter for the aircraft flown by Lerche. It makes his statement that the aircraft was captured a few weeks earlier a bit optimistic though.
There is also this, tentatively identified as PB362 of 83 Sqn, crash landed on 18th August 1944 and strafed by allied fighters the next day.
My dad suffered an attack from one Augsburg 25-2-44 on run out after bombing. Rear turret had 20mm cannon set upright. Have photos of damage to fuselage. 49 Sq. PO Sanders DFC, my dad and two others DFM. Dad contacted Hendon in 1990s but no records exist.Hans-Werner Lerche in his book "Luftwaffe test pilot: Flying captured Allied aircraft of World War 2" states that late in the war the Luftwaffe captured, repaired and he flew a captured RAF Lancaster bomber on several occasions and even described it having yellow painted engines and wing tips. Does anyone know more about this? Pictures or (best guess) profiles?