messerschmitt109 (dot) com website

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Internet Archive version of the messerschmitt109(dot)com website: messerschmitt109.com

The messerschmitt109(dot)com website, created by Philippe Osché?, has been offline for a few years, around 2015 it seems, but I can not believe all of its information has been lost from the live web. Too much is just copy and pasted wholesale. I am hoping to find a couple of images and if all goes well a live version of the site.

Even with the captions and the aircraft code I am not finding anything that seems to match. Plus the website did look to be a nice one. Would be a shame if all that was left is the remnants at the Internet Archive.

Internet Archive page for this image: Les Messerschmitt Bf 109 E-3
Code:
Original Image link: http://www.messerschmitt109.com/suisse/9.jpg

Caption under image:
Le Me 109 E-3 codé J-311 Wk.Nr. 2159. Bien qu'étant le premier dans l'ordre chronologique des 80 Bf 109 E-3 achetés par la Suisse, il ne fut livré que le 5 juillet 1939 devenant ainsi le dernier des trente avions de la première série posé sur le sol helvétique.

Google Translation:
The Me 109 E-3 coded J-311 Wk.Nr. 2159. Although it was the first in chronological order of the 80 Bf 109 E-3s purchased by Switzerland, it was not delivered until 5 July 1939, becoming the last of the thirty aircraft of the first series on Swiss soil.

Internet Archive page for this image: Les Messerschmitt Bf 109 E-3
Code:
Original Image link: http://www.messerschmitt109.com/suisse/14.jpg

Caption under image:
Le J-371 Wk.Nr. 2352 à Interlaken arbore un essai de bandes de neutralité qui ne fut pas retenu à cause de sa trop grande similitude avec les bandes d'invasion alliées en été 1944.

Google Translation:
The J-371 Wk.Nr. 2352 in Interlaken sports a test of neutrality bands that was not retained because of its too great similarity with the Allied invasion bands in the summer of 1944.

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