Fokker built RF-104G, first flight December 4, 1963 coded KG+290. Became BB+240 in 1964. Modified to F-104G 24+46 by Messerschmitt in 1968. withdrawn from use and stored at Manching 1987 with 3.406 flight hours. Became BRDT airframe at Eggebek AB 1988.May 2002 sold at Schleswig to private collector at Moers (Germany). In 2013 sold to Lex Versteeg. Will be restored at Teuge (EHTE) as Royal Netherlands Air Force D-8060.
Built as an F-16A and assigned USAF serial 80-3671 but taken on charge Jun-1983 by the Norwegian AF as 671. By Sep-2000 converted to F-16AM. The four ribs in front of the cockpit give it away. It carries both the coloured triangle arrow and the bow and arrow as the 338 Skv markings.