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Germany Fritzlar (Leithorst)/ Fritzlar-Nord (Notlandeplatz)

Martin Trnkus

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Bf110G-4/R3, WNr.180535, G9+BT, 9./NJG1 (corrected)
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Last photo - I don't know if it belongs here
 

Steve Sheflin

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Post #68—Of the numerous photos of this aircraft, Bf110G-4 night fighter coded G9+BT, any showing the WNr. are “iffy” at best, leaving, in my opinion, 160535 or 180535 as equally valid options.
I have NJG1 aircraft from both Werknummer blocks: 25 in the 160xxx series and 27 in the 180xxx series. Interestingly, only four are found in the 1605xx range, while eleven are from the 1805xx range. Because there are more found in the 180xxx series, I provisionally assumed that G9+BT was WNr. 180535.
Hopefully, someone has conclusive proof of one or the other Werknummer.
Respectfully,
Steve Sheflin
 
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