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Junkers 88 ID model

Article about: Hi Daddysgirl and welcome it does look like the one I posted but I think yours has been somewhere very warm. I does have a value but condition is very poor. Gary

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    Not sure if this is in the right spot but here she is . I picked her up at a local shop. Gary
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    aircraft recognition bird ?? i see the remains of where a stick was in the bottom

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    Panzerjaeger Yes it is a aircraft ID model. I dont know if it was a stick that broke off in it or if it was filled by the last owner. Gary

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    Hi Gary, interesting item. I like that.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    I would think these are becoming pretty rare now, i had a number of wooden aircraft used for id ,some of them german made of our aircraft and visa versa, sold them 30yrs ago , got 100 quid for them which was a fair bit of money then, dont know what theyed be worth now

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    Hi Ade my son also likes it. He keeps taken it on missions with out clearance from the tower .
    Hi Dave it is the first one I have seen in a long time the last time I saw a couple I waited tolong and they were gone. Gary

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    That is a superb find. These recognition models are highly desirable and usually sell for large sums.

    Don't ever sell it !!! You'll probably never get a chance to own one again !

    And tell your son that Tower clearance (i.e. Dad), is necessary to ensure the safety of a great many people........I'd be so upset if he damaged it in any way, along with most of the members of this forum !!!



    Thanks for sharing....awesome.

    Steve T

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    I've got to move to your neck of the woods, you keep picking up great stuff Gary. Don't know if I could handle the snow. Keep the powder dry!

    Jay

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    Steve and Jay glad you guys like the 88. Just to let you know the tower has grounded all flights . Jay last winter you had more snow then I did. Stay safe . Gary

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    Is this the same thing you have? When speaking of monetary value...is there any for an item such as this?

    Thanks
    Daddysgirl
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