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Old 9th June 2022, 12:31
Stig Jarlevik Stig Jarlevik is online now
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D-IKOV

Hi All

Can somebody tell me why D-IKOV is referred to as an Arado 66 on the two online German civil registers
(Golden Years and one other) when it is not?

A photo has appeared on e-bay here
https://www.ebay.de/itm/374120060299...75.c101224.m-1
To me it has all the traits of an Albatros, but being somewhat thin on types here, it looks very much like an
L 75 (DSB subversion perhaps?) to me.

Anyone who knows and can give a 100% ID?
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Stig
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Old 9th June 2022, 13:48
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Re: D-IKOV

Stig,
It has been identified as an Albatros L 75 over on the Luftwaffe Research Group forum.
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Old 9th June 2022, 13:55
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Thanks Andy

Seems I was pretty much right then....

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