Fw 190A-8 W.Nr. 171180, bulit by the parent company, was discovered by the Allies at the end of the war at the airfield in Neubiberg not far from Munich. Damage sustained during taxi-ing on April 24th 1945 was never repaired. JG300, as a Defence of the Reich unit flying over Germany, marked its aircraft with a blue-white-blue 900 mm wide fuselage band in 1945. The previous red fuselage band was discontinued in January 1945 and continued only on aircraft served with JG 1. The original fuselage crosses were overpainted and replaced with simplified versions in black. Similarly, the fuselage code was replaced with the yellow 4. For alternative patterns, please see our standard A series (TNM-M000) or our other pattern A8 masks.
This set includes only the camouflage pattern. Serial numbers, code letters and other markings are not included.
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