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Technik Musem Speyer. The only known surviving G-4 and one of two Bf-109s displayed in Germany that saw active service. It was built in early 1943 at Wiener Neustadt (Austria) and saw action over the Eastern Front with JG 52. On March 20, 1943 Oberleutnant von Koester ditched it in the Black Sea due to engine trouble. The pilot was killed and the plane sunk. It was recovered in 1987, restored in Italy, and purchased by the museum in 2002.

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Technik Musem Speyer. The only known surviving G-4 and one of two Bf-109s displayed in Germany that saw active service. It was built in early 1943 at Wiener Neustadt (Austria) and saw action over the Eastern Front with JG 52. On March 20, 1943 Oberleutnant von Koester ditched it in the Black Sea due to engine trouble. The pilot was killed and the plane sunk. It was recovered in 1987, restored in Italy, and purchased by the museum in 2002.

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