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Old 27th August 2012, 04:15
Larry Hickey Larry Hickey is offline
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Re: Seeking info on fate of Ju87B-1 W.Nr.260

Chris,

Unfortunately the person who bought eBay Auction #200547382023 wasn't me. I wish the person that did, o***o, would contact me and help solve the W.Nr. of the a/c we know was T6+AC. I do not believe that W.Nr. 260 was T6+AC, but T6+AD, the Gr. Kdr's a/c for III./StG2 during the PC, so we are referring to different photos here.

Regarding W.Nr. 260, a German researcher has contacted me directly and advised: "It was manufactured early 1939 at Bernburg and survived all the fightings, it finally became a trainer with StS 2 latest from July 1941 onwards." So now I know that it wasn't lost during the 1939-40 period, which is what I was hoping to discover.

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Larry Hickey
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